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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - August 15, 1976, Albert Lea, Minnesota Cardona Beidel married in july Catherine Cardona daughter of or and mrs Raul Cardona sr., 417 Highst. And Steven Dee Beidel. Sot of Carl j Beidel of Wisconsin and mrs Betty Cromwell of Albert Lea were United in marriage july 17 for James f Meski performed the double ring ceremony at la a in at St Theodore Catholic Church the Bride wore a floor length White gown of Floral Asehel lace the gown fitted at the Waist had a scalloped neckline in front and Back the Short puffed sleeves had a Pinch pleated illusion ruffle while the full skirt had an open Edingale front with tiers of Pinch pleated illusion accented with organza roses the Bride wore a three tier Cathedral length veil with Asehel lace on a Spanish Mantilla her Crown was the traditional mexican style of Pearl Apple Blossom Springs accented with Cut Glass Flowers the Bride s bouquet was also of pearled Appl Blossom Springs with Cut Glass Floral accents dotted with real Floral greens she also wore Pearl earrings and a Pearl necklace which were gifts from the Groom Cindy Lovell of Des Moines Iowa was maid of Honor she wore an off White Gauze dress with Brown lace and a White picture hat she carried a nosegay of yellow sweetheart roses surrounded with Light Blue and White daisies on a backing of White lace tied with Blue and yellow streamers the bridesmaids were Elena Cardona 417 High St. Jackie Gasca of Albert Lea. Mrs. Manuel Cantu. Or. Of Washington mrs Jessie Cantu of Albert Lea. Mrs haul Perez of Rake. Iowa mrs Manuel Cortinas and Mimi Trevino of Austin. They wore dresses of Blue polyester Chiffon Over taffeta with White lace the dresses had Empire waistlines with a necks the a line skirts were finished in a wide hem flounce and the sleeves were Bishop style the bridesmaids wore Blue and White picture hats with Blue ribbons Juana Sierra daughter of or and mrs Oscar Sierra of Albert Lea. Carried the Bride s veil she wore a floor length White miniature Bride s gown the natural Waist bodice was made of Chantilly and Rascoll lace As were the Peter pan Collar and Short full sleeve the full skirt was tiered in alternating solid lace and scalloped illusion ruffle edged in lace her head piece was a sprig of Cut Glass Flowers softened with sheer Ganza pedals the Corsage was made of yellow roses and baby breath tied with a Blue ribbon Lou Beidel was Best Man groomsmen were David Cantu of Mcgregor. Tex Ruben car Dona of Albert Lea. Manuel Cantujr of Washington Raul Perez of Rake. Iowa Manuel Cortinas of Albert Lea. Jesse Cantu and Richard Navarro of Hollandale Ushers were Frances Dun Ford and Raul Cardona or. Both of Albert Lea Jaime Cantu son of or and mrs Manuel Cantujr was ring bearer the musicians were mrs Bill Johnson of Alden who Sang while mrs Lowell Sullivan played Organ and Mario Calderon played trumpet a reception followed the wedding ceremony at the Union Center from 1 30 to 3 30 p m Rita Winjum and Minerva Guerra both of Albertl a. Served punch mrs Ramon Navarro of Rochester and mrs John Navarro of Albert Lea served Coffee mrs Leslie Hoim of Albert Lea and mrs Mary Fink of Freeborn Cut the cake mrs Oscar Sierra was the Cook while the Kitchen Cooks were mrs Victor Navarro of Hollandale mrs Jesus Velez of Albertl a Alicia Del Cruz of Madelia and Rosa Mendez of Albert Lea gift openers were mrs Bene Cardona and mrs haul Cardona or. Both from Albert Lea. And Jeri Dunford from Hollandale the Bride and Groom went to Wisconsin for three Days and then to Texas and Mexico for one and a half weeks. They will reside in North Carolina where the Groom is stationed with the Marine corps the Bride graduated from Albert idea High school in 1975 and is employed at St John s lutheran Home the Groom also attended Albertl a High school and entered the Marine corps in 1974 he just returned from 13 months overseas duty and now will be stationed at Camp Lagune. N c sue Slough says Amit a Tri bum r baby is named. A / vows exchanged in Rural setting Laura Christensen of twin lakes daughter of or. And mrs Jena Nielsen of new Ulm and Allan Hagen of twin lakes son of or. And mrs Nolan lutheran women hold meeting at the meeting of the first lutheran Church women in Bethany Hall on aug la mrs Robert Reynen of Hollandale assisted by her daughter Susan presented the topic a promises in word and mrs Alan Ravenhorst was the piano accompanist. Mrs Paul Overgaard president presided and gave a report on her recent visit with Rev Olav Torvik a missionary supported by the first lutheran Church women in his work in Madagascar. Devotions were Given mrs. Chester m Olson hostesses for the meeting were mrs Milton bang mrs Merle Skogen mrs c e Harding mrs Herschel Stevens mrs. Norris Anderson. Mrs Richard t Jenson mrs Howard Jorgenson and mrs Milo Madson save 25% on authentic Stieff Sterling while other site Smiths raise prices. Stieff holds the line. Suet my the line in Merlin Price and Mill offer vim an amazing 25 a off Alc you ave 25. Oil our regular Price Tot 4 5. Mil 6 piece Merlin place Truing and multiple Alco ave 20s to All open lock Alco on ale. You la find unusual Cere my piece like Thi Beautiful cold meat Fork Hown Here in the Elu my Shell pattern from our authentic Williamsburg col Lee turn regular $65 Sale Price $52.ou. Pattern i 4 an last pattern re Shell path e it hand Enra Conte trademarks arg i s Pat emf acc regular sate a Pete Are or 4 Puree si.? \ it i 141 so i to a3 44 75 sob it 144 to til 75 15 m 113 25 wik h i .4> in to will nov us out am Pun a in Corm a or and mrs. Carl j. Beidel businesswomen plan new activities talks an informal dinner meeting of the business and professional women s club Mpwo was held wednesday evening at the Owca with 23 members and of guest present Bette Berg. R Hagen of route 2 Glenville exchanged marriage vows july 31. Rev Michael Wittkamper performed the double ring ceremony at Lunder lutheran Church in Rural twin lakes. The Bride wore a floor length Ivory gown of polyester interlock which featured a Chiffon Cape accented with peach Floral embroidery. She carried yellow roses and White daisies Sandra Veldhuizen of Sioux City. Iowa was Matron of Honor Judy Nielsen of new Ulm was Flower girl Best Man was Dale Amundson of route 2. Glenville and Ushers were Craig Hagen and Tony Hagen of route 2. Glenville Wally Huemann was the musician. A reception following the ceremony was held at the Lun Der lutheran Church for too guests Ruth Schwartz poured Coffee and mrs Bob Larson Cut cake gift carriers were Clark Hagen and Gary Larson and waitresses were Ann Hagen and in it i Larson the Bride and Groom planned a week Long trip to Duluth they will make their Home in twin lakes the Bride is employed at Albert Lea High school and the Groom works for Weyerhaeuser in Albert Lea. Coming events sunday chess club at Albert i a ice Arena at former Tea College grounds 12 noon-2 p in historical museum open i 30-4 30p in newcomers club family pie Nic at the main shelter at Helmer Myre state Park for More information Call mrs Robert Hanson. S7i>tt66> 2 pm. Monday senior citizen Center drop in activities time not Given St John s Home auxiliary at home�?2pm a meeting at Kris n ulstad�?8p in Job s daughters at masonic Temple -7 15 p in Eagle women s auxiliary�?7 30p in officers 7 pm human rights commission at Multi purpose room City Hall anyone wanting information May Call mrs Sam Seizer. 373 8153 �?7 30 pm Coatie at vow Hall spin Naeve heart alumni at Naeve Annex dining room 8 pm tuesday senior citizens Center cards "soo"�?2pm a at 1005 n i 1st and 8 30 pm weight watch e r s at ywca�?7 30 p. In Moose i Olge Board at club rooms�?8 p in Albert Lea Garden club at study room in City Hall 7 to pm new residents club morning Coffee at Edgewater Park in Case of rain. At Home of Mary to Geist 1408 Penn Avenue to am wednesday historical museum open Al 30-4 30p in Wilson workers retired Mem hers club of local p 6 at Union Center potluck lunch �?12 noon senior citizen Center cards pfeffer�?2p in president presided Mildred Tiedeman gave the treasurer s report the Secretary s report Given by Bonnie Holton was read and approved Chris Wyrum reported on programs being formulated for next year it was announced that Botte Berg. Carolyn Verchota. Ardath urgent and Betty Jones will at tent Tho summer Board aug 20-22 at Crookston anyone interested in attending May Call 373 9145 Ardath urgent reported that let 31 is closing Date for the membership drive All business women in Albert i Tea Are eligible to join merited Steiner appointed to attend the National Ama clinic gave a Brid Mil lira of tin topics to to discussed she will report on two topics rape and child abuse at one of the future by we meetings Mildred Tiedeman spoke on the Swine flu clinic to to held in Altert Lea volunteers an needed please Contact her if you can help dates to la announced later a swimming and social hour followed the meeting the executive Ixia re will meet at noon aug 18 at the Home of Bette Berg All officers and commit tee chairmen Are asked to attend the next Bpwe meeting will be sept 8 at the Kahler Motel wine heritage Sonoma Caid it a it americans can thank a Hun Garian immigrant. Agoston haraszthy for Many of Ila Fine Domestic wines we drink today according to entertaining w Ith wine Quot hand Mcnally Haras thy had become a successful wine grower in Sonoma. Calif., by 18i>t la was commis stoned by the state legislature that year to travel to Europe to collect cuttings from the test vineyards there Ile returnee with some too grape varieties for fellow vintners throughout California a new look styling Solon pm Poi pm the or Sandy 1817$ a a Dwy 373 0100 no get to Elk this time i won t be sorry to be leaving this place i can Tell you they be been anything but gracious to me during the week Well i Don t have to go crawling to them for favors i be got lots of friends that Are willing to do a simple Little favor for me without All that Hemming and hawing around it just so happens that the place would have been peculiarly fitting for the Soiree i was planning and As Many years Ai i have been one of the Tribune family As you might say. Even if on a substitute basis you d think they might be willing to be a Little considerate after All they be got All those looped up ropes hanging from the Selling All in order and it in t As if i d been going to ask for anything extra besides i understand there Hasni to been a Lynching Here for some years and it would have been educational. I would even have been willing to let them do their own choosing about the honoured guest tiny Lyncher though i do think Lynching an editor lends a certain tone to a Lynching that you re going to find hard to duplicate with just any Lyncher exclusive affair i had t planned on making it anything big or Gawdy nothing vulgar like that just a few in i lad guests from a highly atlatl list and everyone wearing shoes and their sunday go to meeting clothes and behaving like ladies and gentleman i even planned on getting a stringed Quarter guitar Irish Harp Lute and Banjo to give the whole thing a Little extra Elegan it and Ltd already spoken to my third Cousin once removed. To it Ester ape Lucks. About singing Quot Bury me not on the 1/one Prairie Silver threads among tin Gold a Quot if i had the wings of an Angel Quot and some other of his Sweet songs and he had consented he d even Star Ted composing one of his original numbers just for the event called Quot you cant hang around for Ever Quot its pitiful to think of the work he put in on that song just to have everything spoiled by Short sighted selfishness and Lack of co operation herself has always spoken so highly of her editor that i done to like to cast aspersions hut i will say that those unemployed who keep complaining about their lot when everyone else is working and getting along just Fine have got nothing on this Here editor of Ever in be seen a dog in in Manger attitude he s got it just because to thought he would t enjoy his Lynching he s hound and determined no one else is going to enjoy it either i out plans and id planned such a Nice Little repast to be served during the Soiree following the Lyn Ching too fantasy of Raccoon with bread sauce Duck giblets and Ham drippings weasel popovers. 10-bean salad with Bour Bon sauce Saddle of horse with mushroom Gravy for the first course i was going to ask 1/ns West to pour and name Ann spelt / As her assistant it would have been a splendid introduction into society for a Young girl like miss Speltz and it would t have done mrs West s political career any harm either it just May be that this hassle Between or fwd and or Reagan will end in a deadlock and then where Are those republicans going to find a presidential candidate i ii Tell you this May Well be the year for us women and knowing How tax republicans feel about the Media any Fine upstanding red blooded american woman w to s closely associated with the Lyn Ching of an editor is at least going to come to mind As a possible candidate i just Hope or Oliver realizes what he s done in blasting a trusting Young woman political homies no co operation even alter id Given up on the editor As i to Lyncher i had Hopes of the other members of the staff keen intelligent eager hound like Young men. All of them but would you believe that Oliver was so selfish that he said keeping his staff intact was More important than my educational Soiree i put it to him that after All the sports editor was planning to leave anyway but it was t any use Ile said that if you lynched every sports editor that left a newspaper there was hound to be talk i just can t understand people that let a Little empty headed gossip keep them from doing their utmost for the Community when i could t get anyone Tom Ann. Daughter of or and mrs Jerry Freeman. 812 Stanley Avenue weighed i pounds 14 ounces born july 23 Rei la Jean daughter of or and mrs Craig Dobbertin. 1320 Frank Hall drive weighed 8 pounds. To ounces born aug i Christopher Lewis son of or and mrs Lewis a Olson 1510 Southview i Ane w weighed 7 pounds la ounces born aug enzymes Mamaroneck. By map it enzymes the tiny protein molecules which Speed up chemical reactions Are found in Alt living organisms tax a Are essential to virtually All vital bodily processes in human to a Ings such As the digestion of food As an example doctors have found that before milk and milk products can to properly digested Assn Rex a by our bodies and us Das fuel lactose a Large sugar molecule found in milk. Must to broken Down and converted to smaller mole Eula a this is accomplished by an enzyme called Lactam which is found in the Ells lining tax Small intestine from the news Tami Toad As Lyn Chee. I agreed to bringing in one of my own friends or relatives Are even pointed out that for our own family Lynching we always follow tradition and Wear our White pointed hats and the sheets with the eve holes Cut in them i was taking heart again at this Point having just had the Eye holes in my she to outlined with sequins but there s no pleasing some a a Opelc Well in a through to ing Nice about this i m going Hack Home and arrange my Soiree there and you la know who i mean when i Tell you that a cer Tarn Sider is absolutely not going to get an invitation to my Soiree from in engaged or and airs Robert of Peter son 512 Alice Avenue announce the engagement of their daughter Monica bae to Michael Robinson son of or and or Kenneth Robinson a sept 11 wedding is planned at Grace lutheran Church in i open House Delores Krueger of route i Alden Fiancee of Edward is i Low will be honoured at an open House bridal Shower Mon Day beginning at 7 30p m at the Concordia lutheran Church in Pickerel i Ake friends and relatives Are Welcome a sept 4 wedding is being planned something new has Bein added at. Carol s Beauty Salon Nancy Deboer Carol s Beauty Salon Carol Ofili Nancy Onn 4 Days a Wiik till a f a 702 e. Main 373-3503 wedding Flowers expertly Dona to fit ony budget diamonds Are forever known for Fini diamonds she Heuitte member american Gem society downtown Orin thursday Vinings til f Othir Vinings 1y arc Mintmi Tom emf of my sort of a Ste Sale on Samsonite a Scandia Quot Luggage the every machine Othre rooms on Sale Sale All floor samples and demonstrator machines Are on Sale so you get great savings on machines that have already demonstrated their durability and Quality in he store. Skyline mall 373-7209 of of m aft -5k -5k-Jp $ i the stylish new soft Side Luggage that s great for everyone in Monaco Blue amp Bronco Brown Sahara 7 an Dover White $35 Sale 26�?� Toone touch amp sew la machine with exclusive flip fit sew 2 Way sewing surface for Flat bed or a the round sewing of hard to get to places like cuffs or sleeves Trade ins accepted. Made in u s a. 25 to Moo Oft Reg. Prices on any floor Sample or demonstrator machines 20% off on All cabinets we stand behind these demonstrator machines like we stand behind every no a Singer machine sewing centers and participating approved dealers a a trademark of the Singer company Beauty Pak Peg $38 Sale carry on Reg $48 28 so Sale 36 of 24�?o traveler Reg. $55 Sale 41�?� 26�?o traveler Reg. $65 Sale 48�?� 29�?o traveler Reg. $75 Sale 56�?� Rees % i i Aas 4k< me me it met or Max a. Or a a Mraw in in Aas Mac a a

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