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Albert Lea Centennial Tribune Newspaper Archives Jun 7 1957, Page 5

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Albert Lea Centennial Tribune (Newspaper) - June 7, 1957, Albert Lea, Minnesota Bonnie Dircksen weds Bride of Kenneth Bonnie Mae Dirksen daughter of or. And mrs. Albert Leo Dirksen 1118 Madison ave., and Kenneth m. Troe son of mrs. Cora Troe Emmons were married May 25 at St. Theodore a Catholic Church. Rev. Bernard p. Mangan performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with Pink and White snapdragons and carnations. Sister Conise played the Organ and the children a choir Sang. brides gown was made by mrs. Lloyd Landaas. It was fashioned of lace and net Over Tat Duane photo or. And mrs. Kenneth Patterson Olson Patterson Many in Early june wedding Barbara Solma to be graduated Barbara Ann Solma daughter of or. And mrs. J. Earl Solma 402 summer ave., will be graduated from Cornell College Moil n 111111 Vernon Iowa june to with a Bachelor of arts degree. Miss Solma has a major in English. She was a member of the College tour i n g choir the College band worn e no a athletic Assoc la Barbara Tion the oratorio society and the Alpha Sigma i social group. Next fall she will teach Lith Grade English in the Albert Lea High school. Bernice Carol Olson Rochester laughter of or. And mrs. Warrin j. Olson Ellendale became t h e to it ride of Kenneth Leslie Patterson Rochester son of or. And mrs. Robert Patterson West Concord june i at the Lesueur River lutheran Church in new Richland. Rev. J. C. Walledom per Ormed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Russell Hanson was organist and mrs. Eldon Peterson was Paauw Art group try sketching members of the creative arts group of the Albert Lea Branch of the american association of University women were guests in the Home of mrs. Hartwick Mathiason in Armstrong last saturday morning. Co hostess was mrs. J. M. Snyder. Following the Coffee hour the group practice landscape sketching. Lloyd Herfindahl was a special guest. He demonstrated the Basic fundamentals of composition. Mrs. John von Berg and Olive Toft Are co chairmen of the group. A gift was presented to miss Toft who is going to Europe this summer. Bancroft 4-h the Bancroft buccaneers met june 4 at the Milton Brown Home. A business meeting was held and the members discussed their projects. Refreshments were served by mrs Bob Jensen. Soloist. Mrs. Ted Nelson was in charge of Floral arrangements. Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a floor Leng t h gown of White lace and net Over Satin fashioned with a Sabr Ina neckline Short sleeves and a bouffant skirt. Her veil was held in place by a Crown trimmed with pearls and sequins and she carried White roses and carnations. Nadine Olson sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. She wore a Aqua floor length Crystal Ette gown. Joan Patterson sister of the Groom was bridesmaid. She wore a Pink dress styled like the maid of Honor a. They wore Matching headbands and carried i Cascade bouquets of daisies. Ellsworth Olson brother of the Bride was Best Man and Donald Patterson brother of the Groom was groomsman. John Lent and Rodney Bornholdt were Ushers. A reception for 150 guests was held following the ceremony. Mrs. Ole Knudson Cut the wedding cake and mrs. Clarence Loken served it. Mrs. E. Utpadel made the cake. Mrs. Orrin Stadheim was dining room hostess mrs. Ellsworth Olson registered the guests. M r s. John Lent mrs. Darvin Peter son and Margaret Knudson were in charge of the gifts. East Mission Circle prepared the refreshments and waitresses were mrs. Donald Patterson mrs. Carlyle Lent Mary Lou Fritch. Bene Johnson Ruthanne Lent and Ramona courier. Or. And mrs. Patterson will make their Home in Rochester following a Weddig trip a photo at right feta with a lace bodice and a full skirt with lace inserts. Her fingertip veil fell from a White Cap and she carried red roses. Her Pearl jewelry was a gift from the Groom. Beverly Dirksen sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Mrs. Donald Dirksen was brides a i d and Elane Leonhardi was Junior bridesmaid. They wore gowns of j Pink Crys Talette Over White and5 carried Pink and White carnations. Arnold Troe brother of the Groom served As Best Man. Don-1 Ald Dirksen brother of the Bride i was groomsman and Daniel Dirksen brother of the Bride a Junior groomsman. Rebecca Sorenson daughter of i or. And mrs. Iver Sorenson was Flower girl and Michael Dirksen brother of the Bride was ring bearer. A reception for too guests was held at St. Mary a school. Preceding the reception a dinner was served to 70 guests. Mrs. Verne Kvale sister of the Groom registered the guests mrs. Albert Stegenga and Eileen Noble presided at the gift table mrs. Lloyd Landaas and mrs. Leon Leland or. Cut the cake and mrs. Richard Berner sister of the Bride and mrs. Herbert Leonhardi sister of the Groom poured. Waitresses were mrs. Myron Walters special to the Tri Stiles mrs. Mal Vin pesto i o u Sune a or an j i Lawrence Katherine of Byrne and Lucille Nelson. Party is Given for confirm and Hartland. Special to the Tribune a or. And mrs. Erie Magnusson entertained a group of relatives and friends sunday afternoon in their Home in Honor of their son. Joel. He was confirmed in the Hartland Synod lutheran Church. Guests were mrs. William Lams mrs. Harold Schrader and Debra Edward Lams Delavan mrs. Everett Lams mrs. Frank Lams Winnebago or. And mrs. Peter Miller or and mrs. Anton Mill e a mrs. Ida Christopherson Fergus Falls. Or. And mrs. Martin Reese Ellendale or. And mrs. Glenn Bethke and family mrs. Al v i n Waldhauser and family Milf o r d Miller new Richland or. And mrs. Kenard Miller and family Albert Lea or. And mrs. Hen r y Wold St. Paul. Rev. And mrs. Paul Ylvisaker or. And mrs. Arthur Newgard or. And mrs. G. P. Olson or. And mrs. Arnold Miller and family Agnes and Georgie Nygard. Or. And mrs. Miller and Duane and or. And mrs. John Magnusson Albert Lea Tribune Friday Juna 7, 1957 j join the grit club Ruth Haupt or. And mrs. Oldig . Eldora Iowa announce the engagement of their daughter Ruth Jane to Henry l. Vandevoort son of or. And mrs. H. J. Vandevoort Hayward. No Date has been set for the wedding. I Christenson photo or. And mrs. Kenneth Troe Farewell party honors couple Rie bundt Christianson Blue Earth or. And mrs. Curtis Swanson Wayne John anti Roger Albert Lea or. And mrs. Robert Christiansen of Rake Iowa were son. Tull la d. I it no in. Nuuuli following a honeymoon to the picnic supper held sunday at the auks and Gregory Buffalo Cen Western states or. And mrs. Troe Home of or. And mrs. David Hris Ter Iowa. Fie. A. It. A t a Tionson ten Arp is. I ii Joyce Olson has graduation party Joyce Olson daughter of or. And mrs. Herman h. Olson 201 Charlotte ave., was honoured at a party monday evening following commencement exercises at Albert Lea High school. Co hostesses were mrs. Albert Olson mrs. Roy Olson and mrs. Matt Kolb aunts of Joyce. Guests were Everett Stundahl or. And mrs. Erling Stundahl or. And mrs. Joe Kolb and family or. I and mrs. Matt Kolb and family mrs. Alan Smith All of Austin or. And mrs. Albert Olson and family of Lyle. Or. And mrs. Robert Olson and family or. And mrs. Roy Olson and family or. And mrs. Oscar Olson and Beverly All of Oakland or. And mrs. Thomas Jensen or. And mrs. Cliff recoil or. And mrs. Phil Callahan All of Albert Lea. Mrs. Chris Wampler and mrs. Robert Henderson of Emmons. Will make their Home at Emmons. Hansen. Christiansen ire Lea or. And mrs. Virgil Graue Bren for travelling the Bride wore a Grey v no soon 1� Baske their Home in a an j Lathy or. And min. Ver suit with White accessories. California. Non Jacobson or. And mrs. Emil mrs. Troe is a graduate of Al guests were or. And mrs. Bert Lea High school and is pm Andrew Christiansen Larry and played at Queen stove inc. Gary Bricelyn or. And mrs. Bet Troe graduated from Emmons Nard Christiansen mrs. Kyd i s High school served two years in Christiansen Steven and sue a the army and is employed at re t a co inc. Farmers Union holds meeting the big 4 local Farmers Union met tuesday at the Brick Hall with Maroin Gaard presiding. Mrs. Archie Jensen gave the Secretary treasurers report and a discussion on the farm program and wheat referendum followed. Music was furnished by the Little dutch band. Hostesses were mrs. Duran Smith and mrs. Bernhardt Anderson. Steak Fry is held in Walters Park Walters special to the Tribune a a group of people gathered in the Walters Park last thursday for a Steak Fry. Those present included or. And m r s. Theodore m. Gullard or. Aud mrs. Lynn Johnson Paul Kristin and Ann or. And mrs. Ward Gullard or. And mrs. Robert cries and Kathy Kiester or. And mrs. George Miller and Sharon Wells or. And mrs. Ralph Sauke Julie they also helped Theodore Gullard celebrate his 79th birth Day which was june i. Birthday club is entertained Walters. Special to the Tribune a mrs. Albert Scha c k o was hostess for the meeting of her birthday club tuesday afternoon those present were mrs. Clifford Olson and Gregory Brush Creek mrs. Arthur Redman mrs. Sidney Slette mrs. John Phillips Agatha Arends mrs. Elmer Wacholz mrs Norbert Schacko mrs. Daryl Smith supper guests were Harry red Man and Sidney Slette. Guests for the evening were Elmer Wanholz and Vee Ann. Norbert Schacko Bonnie and Vicky and Daryl Smith and Gregory of Alden. Kallestad and Mary Rake Iowa or. And mrs. John t. Wiener mrs. Clara Byro Lake Cryst a i or. And mrs. Burton Olson or. And mrs Murray schemer o r a Jimmy Marie and Mark mrs. Della Bredeson St. James. Or. And mrs. Emil Maskowsky and j i a my or. And mrs. Louis Geise or. And mrs. Joe Kalis waiters and or. And mrs. Edwin Jensen and Dale Kiester. Teresa Nielson has 1st birthday party or. And mrs. Stanley Nielson 611 Edgewood entertained guests last sunday afternoon in Honor of the first birthday of their daughter Teresa. Guests included Grandfather Clifton Nielson or. And mrs. Earl Nielson and family or. And mrs. Orville Lange and family or. And mrs. Lloyd Cavie and family. Original a genuine sir Dew m not too yrs. Old but. oldest in the soft serve Industry More than a drive in because. A serve you 6va 7 to. A serve you mornings a bring you Money saving Quot specials Quot Quot ifs to style join the trend to leaner foods for a longer healthy and More Octive life. Happy Centennial to you Alii $ so. Broadway a across from courthouse have a Hockett portrait. And you have the finest ii. A and our Fin phonograph backs a of Tiri of a pm fit Kcf a Tiu amp Orinoco itar Tad Back in 1909 ii Marshalltown Lew wha or. And or. I. V. Hockom opened Blair Brit a Odia. Attar Fri they bad to idiot in Rad Waad fall and St. Paul. In 1921 Ebay mowed to Albert Lea and opened their studio on North Broadway. Tbs to Dio was operated until the Christmas Holiday of 1937 when they moved to their present Quarter. "norm1 he been Active to the Busine Smee 1931, with Bort interruption to go any to school Tho army ate to i94s, of tha oath of i father a took Over Manas meat of Tho business to 94 they Epe aed another studio in Austin which is now operated by in o Der brother. Or. I. V. Hockett he been an important part of the Busine Ever since they a tarted Beek in 1909 and it still Active. Specialize in a babies a studio portrait a wedding portraits and candid a commercial photography he Mier Wolf Roger Wolf 1902 1957 55 years ago 55 years growth. policy. friends. Hockett studios 207 n. Washington Phon ii by the future. When Freeborn county was till Young. Mier Wolf end sons was founded. Since i 902 four generation have. By Wolf. From the. , of the Stagecoach to this modern streamlined Era of even greater Progre. Starting in a on City Iowa. 55 year ago Mier Wolf 4 son he expended from it original mall Gas lit tor. Into Northern Iowa end Southern , Etala. A modern retail furniture institution. From it beginning. Wolf 4 Sony of important Factor in making Happy horn., in Northern Iowa and Southern Man of. It i from that time that thou and of Homes been served by these conc have com. To be known a the. Quot Friendly believing now a they did 55 year ego. Quot that the poo Man in his titled to the. Ame credit privilege a. . Neb Man in i mansion Mien Wolf s to has alway adhered to the. Policy of extending Liberal to All. Budget plans busted to individual purses have helped thousand of families furnish them hom., a tremendous buying Power give the Assurance of the Lowe to possible prices a making new Friend and keeping the. Old i a pleasure we mix with business we have been popularly delighted to not. number of families whose generation. A dealt with Mier Wolf 4 son. Tore. Cheerful service and Friendly attention the watchword during fifty five year. And Waara looking a lo"9 continuance of that policy which Welcome new Friendship and keeps Aith with a confident that a us Cen Ful past predict a Rosy future Mier Wolf 4 son looks Forward to Many More Happy and , year in Northwestern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. May a take this Opportunity to say Quot thank you Quot to the homemakers who Nave made our acc a a . Th.,. 55 year. At the. Am. Tim. We pre that the. Polio., which have mad. For pleasant cd tonner relationship in the. Past will be continued into the future. M to i i a a sons f

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