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Albert Lea Evening Tribune Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1976, Page 5

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Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Albert Lea, Minnesota Alb Ortua Tribune Herbert Krikava vows read in private rite Peggy Herbert daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Herbert. Marine on St. Croix and Jim Krikava. Son of or. And mrs. Alton Krikava. Glenville. Were wed at 5 . Sept. 3. The Rev. Thomas Nyman per formed the private ceremony at Christ lutheran Church. Marine on St. Croix. The Bride wore a gown which she had made herself of off White Muslin Gauze with heavy embroidered lace overlay on the bodice and cuffs. She carried a bouquet of mixed dried and fresh f towers i n f All colors. Dawn Herbert sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. She wore a Brown print floor length gown similar to the Bride s with Short sleeves. She carried a bouquet of All Flowers similar to those carried by the Bride. Joe Williams Anoka. Was Best Man. Carol Herbert sister of the or. And mrs. Silas Jamtgaard Jorgenson Jamtgaard wed at Wesleyan Amy Jorgenson daughter of mrs Anna Gettis Forest City. Iowa and the late Charles get tis and Silas Jamtgaard. Son of or and mrs Peter Jamtgaard late of Alcester s d were wed sept 18 the Rev Glenn Harriett per formed the ceremony at Wesleyan Curch. Albert Lea. The Bride was escorted to the altar by Larry Mcclain. Attendants were Phyllis Brandt and Orville Jamtgaard. Richard Stensrud provided the music. A reception was held at the cottage cafe. Geneva. Following a wedding trip to Nebraska and Montana the couple Are making their Home at 610 Sheridan Community theater season opens 29th Albert Lea Community theater s first production of the 1976-77 season will open at Southwest Junior High theatre wednesday. The musical will continue performances on sept. 30, and oct. 7.8 and 9. It is directed by Marna Warner. The production is the musical interpretation of the ageless Story of King Arthur and his knights of the round table. Cast As the main characters Are Bill Morris As King Arthur sue Jorgenson As Queen Quinevere Tony Bonacci As Lancelot Glen Parsons As King Velinore Rory Mattson As mordred Anne Lirhart As Morgan Lefey and Frank o Brien As Merlin the magician also. Paul Hoekstra As sir Dina Nan Jake Loper As sir Sagamore and the Rev. Wayne Edmund As sir Lionel. Knights of the round table. Those planning to attend the musical Are reminded that having a season ticket docs not automatically guarantee a seat. Reservations must be called in. The Box office number is 373 5909, or reservation May be picked up in person at Freeborn National Bank 331 s. Broadway. The Box office opened sept. 23 for season ticket holders and is now open to the general Public. There will be student standby tickets available at the theater door for unsold seats at a minimal Cost at each night the performance is Given. Only adult priced tickets Are available for saturday night performances diamonds Are forever known for Fine diamonds member american Gem society downtown open thursday Iven incs other evenings by appointment Bride played the trumpet processional accompanied by Linda Krikava. Sister in Law of the Groom Minneapolis. The Groom played a selection during the service which he had com posed As a gift to his Bride. Mike Krikava. Brother of the Groom played a saxophone recessional accompanied by Linda Krikava. A dinner was served to Mem Bers of the family at the Afton House. Afton. Following a Brief wedding trip the couple will be making their Home in St. Paul. The Bride graduated from Stillwater High school in 1973 and is a student at the University of Minnesota. College of agriculture where she is majoring in animal science and entomology. The Groom graduated from Albert Lea High school in 1973 and is a senior at the University of Minnesota majoring in music equation. Literary club has meeting the tuesday literary club met sept. 21 at the Home of mrs. T. It. Munson. Garden Road. Mrs. Marion Grotenhuis presided. Her opening com ments dealt with the origin of the collect or club women written by Mary Stewart in 1904. The Secretary. Mrs. Roland Boer gave the minutes of the preceding meeting and read the correspondence. A letter from mrs. Ernest Tinsch president of the Minnesota federation of women s clubs was read. The theme for her term in office will be a new Century a new reports were Given by vice president mrs. Gordon Jansma. Sunshine chairman and by membership chairman mrs. W. S Ness. A new member. Mrs. Roger e. Olson was accepted . The program chairman. Mrs. Vance Kohl introduced the theme for the year living in today s the topic for the Day was Energy for the and was introduced by a quotation from an address by rep. Mike Mccormack a sur prising number of americans have been trapped into thinking that the Energy crisis has been created As some sort of exercise in which each person May choose one form of Energy conservation or production to sup port while opposing the others ignoring the fact that we need All of them and As soon As mrs e. N. Christian son discussed nuclear Energy. Mrs. J. R. Gunderson discussed solar Energy. The next meeting will be at the Home of mrs. Ii. F. Hagan he Ridge Road. Catiti Kiwi. Rest Sitki St. Louis. Map the 181-year-old St. Lotis Cathedral has been renovated at a Cost of As part of i to new or leans Catholic archdiocese s i Centennial Observance All the in Lenor Walls and Ceil Ings were repainted with Light tones replacing dark colors plan wedding rite Cornick supper or. Mrs. Donald Horning. It. 2, Glenville. Announce the engagement of their daughter Diane Lynn to Gordon Erwin Matson con of or. And Dale Mason. Hayward. The wedding is to take place nov. 6 at first lutheran Church. Albert Lea. The Cornick nursing Home held a family Buffet in. All the brought something and the nursing Home Cooks provided Gelatin idl Shes. Hot dish buns and Barrie Frazer play Eov the piano during supper. After sup per a sing a Long was held. A Energy saving ways with windows Woven Woods by Kirsch Wood s a natural insulator and the newest nicest Way to Cut heating and Cooling costs see our full selection of styles and patterns soon 30% off shop at and save Denning decorating a for a estimate Call 377-1212 free 50 free Gold Bond Stamps Jolt for stopping in at Bale Crawford Rexall drug . Good thru oct. 2. No limit one Coupon per family prescriptions health needs Colo Bond Stamps free with the Purchase of any Timex watch 500 extra pick up your free Rexall s Booklet Plain talk about vitamins Vitamin c c Vitamin Low sole Price shop save our special discounts 8% to 1 off. 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