The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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k StRVlNO KO$SUTH COUNTY FOR 100 YEARS ce/ and/ "Take one young woman, not too green, not overripe; definitely on the sweet side." Our Algona Upper Des Moines bride is attractive Judy Haag, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag, Algona, and she has lived all of her life in this area. She is a member of the 1965 Algona high school graduating class. "Add one young man, in good working order." "Add five cups of romantic love." Our bridegroom is good-looking Denny Lichter, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichter, Algona. He has lived here all his life, and is a 1962 graduate of Garrigan high school and is employed at Weidenhoff Corp. here. Denny and Judy began dating about a year ago — and when the all-important question, "will you marry me", was asked, Judy answered "yes" Feb. 24 this year. "Blend well in a wedding ceremony with the blessing of God in the presence of well-wishing friends." Judy and Denny will say "I do" in a ceremony at St. Cecelia's Catholic church June 26, 1965. "Select carefully, a container of the appropriate size and decoration in which to establish the new home." Like most brides and bridegrooms, Denny and Judy's budget will be limited, but they like nice things, therefore they shop carefully now (and will later, also) in Algona stores sponsoring this special section of the Upper Des Moines. "Sprinkle with laughter, garnish with kisses, leaven with hard work, and let rise with religion. This recipe makes a large amount — enough to last for at least fifty years with enough left-over love for your grandchildren." A happy marriage — this is what we are wishing, not only for Judy and Denny, but also for the countless other couples who plan to be married during 19651

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