The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1966 · Page 14
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Algono, (la.) Up p « r Dw Mbhw Tuetdtiy, June 28, 1966 Bilsborough-Harms Vows Spoken June 10, Titonka Mrs. Clyde Kendal and Mrs. Hollo Moore poured. MissKathy Mohring pouted punch. Dining room waitresses were: Sharon Eden, Joan Cosgrove, Ellen Smidt, Linda Krantz, Dorothy Brandt, Ellen Snider and Diane Vaske. Those working in the kitchen were: Mesdames, Joe Boekelman, Ray Hansen, Allen Eden, Loren Englund, Wm. Speicher, Harvey Graham, Bernard Phelps, and Hazel Carroll. Assistants at the gift table were: Mrs. Brent Egesdal, Mrs. Russel Roth, Jeanne Gingrich and Jane Buffington. The bride graduated from Titonka High School and La James College of Hairstyling in Mason City. She plans to be employed in a beauty salon in Titonka The groom is a graduate of Titonka High School, and is employed at Titonka Creamery. The couple went on a honeymoon trip to northern Minnesota and Canada for a week, and are now at home in Titonka. Notes Of ervicemei TITONKA - Nuptial vows for Lennice R. Bilsborough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough, Titonka, and Herman W. Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms of Titonka, were solomized at the Titonka Methodist Church on Friday, June 10, at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at tlie double ring ceremony before the altar which was arrayed with bouquets of white mums and gladiolas. Candleabras were trimmed with white mums and bows, and greens. The bride wore a floor length gown of white chantilly lace and nylon chiffon over taffeta, having a lace bodice with long sleeves that formed a point over the hand. The neckline was trimmed with pearls and sequins. The front of the skirt was a three tiered, each edged in lace; the back was a gathered inset of six tiers which flowed into a train. The jeweled head piece had a waist length bouffant veil of silk illusion attached. The bridal bouquet was of red roses. Matron of honor was Mrs. Kenneth Huisman, and Miss Le- Ann Gingrich served as bridesmaid. Susan Shipler was the miniature bride, Mrs. Wilford Johnson of Austin, Minn., cousin of the bride acted as her personal attendent. Kenneth Huisman served as best man to groom, and Robert Harms served his brother as groomsman. Brian Moore, nephew of the groom, acted as ring bearer. The men wore black tuxedos and black bow ties. Candlelighters were Alan Hall and Steven Schlei. Ushers were Arlen Bilsborough, brother of the bride, and Harold Harms, brother of the groom. Mrs. Donald Budlong sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Carolyn Englebarts, organist. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 150 guests at Fellowship Hall. Mrs, Harold Harms presided at the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel were dining room host and hostess. The wedding cake decorated in aqua and white, and topped by three bells, was cut by Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mrs. Loren Hansen. SEVENTH U. S. ARMY, GERMANY —Raymond C. Spry, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. 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