The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Jun« IS, 1965 Algono, (, o .) u ppe , Maty Lee Darby Of LuVerne May 29 Br/c/e Mary Lee Darby and Jerry Lee Quebe were married May 29 at 3:30 p. m. in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church in LuVerne. The bride is the daughter of the Allen Darbys, LuVerne. The bride- Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermore, aunt of the bride played the organ and accompanied Patsy Padalik, Story City, soloist. Sheri Ramus, LuVerne, cousin, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Patsy Padalik, Story City, and junior bridesmaids were nieces of the bride, Julie and Marcie St. John, Irvington. ,. Timothy Blumer, Eagle Grove, was best man,.Robert Wanzel, Davenport, was groomsman. Ushers were Roland Hankins, John Adams, Corwith, Terry Tillman, Minneapolis, Minn., and Dick St. John, Irvington. Candlelighters were Dick St. John and Roland Hankins. A reception was held in the church. The Bert Ramuses, LuVerne were hosts. Guests were registered by Mrs. Lewis Wilden, Owatonna, Minn., aunt of the bride. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. David Powell, Des Moines, and Mrs. John Adams, Corwith, sister and aunt of the bridegroom. Punch was served by Mrs. Lewis Peterson, Davenport, and Mrs. Gerald Ramus, LuVerne, aunt and cousin of the bride. Waitresses were classmates, Raeann Pell, Robert Thompson, Sandra Walline and Kathy Goldsberry. Gifts were taken by Mary, Dorris, Jeanne Druahl and Glenda Duncan. They will live until July 19 at LuVerne and then go to Iowa City. The bride will attend the university this fall to complete her nursing education. He will be graduated July 17 from Ames in architecture. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Earl and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mrs. John and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg. (Mueller Studio Photo) NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT tooqe Where Old-World Innkeepiac Hospitality ii Revived Everything you ever 'imagined. Everything you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge'— Large Decorator - Designed Luxury 'Rooms. 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Kathy has enrolled at Iowa City where she will major in music and David at Northwestern State in Missouri where he will major in athletics. The Duane Thompsons then brought Mrs. Thompson to Lu- Verne and with the other Thompson boys attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Thompsons sister and husband the J.A. Zweifels of Corwith, which was held at the Zwiefel home. Mrs. George Thompson was in charge of the guest book. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wentworth, Arlen and Brenda and Mrs. Wentworth's mother, Mrs. Ethel Kessel of Elmore visited recently at the Leon Kessel home at Lamoni. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Heinduck of Creston were breakfast guests at the Burton Johnson home and dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullarkey Moline, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Geerdes of Swea City called at the Cecil Blacks, last week. Linda Nitz, New Ulm, Minnesota returned to her work as a medical secretary at the New Ulm Medical Center following a ten day vacation at the parental Frank Nitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dutton and Ellsworth attended the Corderman reunion at the Olson Park in Fort Dodge. Ellsworth returned to Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. John Folkers where he spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and Ruth returned to their home at Brandon, Wis. after spending a week with relatives here and at Lakota. Weekend guests at the Fred Dutton home were Mr. Dutton's brother and his wife, the Robert Duttons of Grand Rapids, Minnesota. (PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spark's and Darryl attended commence- fr»ra GENUAL MILLS MAIN OFFICK HYATT LODGE NOW thru WED.l CARROLL BAKER 18 THE FURY GEORGE MAHARIS 18 THE FORCE STARTS THURS. 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