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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - July 18, 1965, Albert Lea, Minnesota Sunday july is. Ims Albert Lea Tribune mrs. Robert Wallace left and mrs. Keith Olson Judy and Julie Boyum Are july brides engaged Judy and Julie Boyum twin daughters of or. And mrs. George Boyum 309 High St., became brides saturday afternoon in a double wedding at first lutheran Church. Miss Judy was wed to Keith a. Olson son of or. And mrs. Rudy Olson it. 3 miss Julie to Robert j. Wallace son of or. And mrs. Bruce Wallace 404 Park ave. The Rev. Arvid e. Bidne performed the two double a i n g ceremonies. Both brides wore traditional Dann Heilman were acolytes. A reception was held at Bethany Hall following the ceremony. Serving Purich were sue Deeg and Trudy Peterson Albert Lea sue Hahlen Minneapolis and mrs. James Poole Lake Mills Iowa. Mrs. Ramona hailing Leroy and mrs. John Deeg Albert Lea aunts of the brides and mrs. Fee Larsen Tulsa okla. And or. Marie Lamoreux Marshalltown Iowa aunts of the grooms poured Coffee. The brides cake was Cut by floor length White gowns. Judy Barbara Hegland Lois Hass Boyum wore a gown of organza Margit Larson Albert Lea and Venise lace Over White Taf an mrs. Bruce Mckinnon min feta. Fashioned in a Sheath Neapolis style with a Chapel train it was accented at the Waist with a band of Venise lace. The folded bodice featured a Bateau neckline edged with lace. The Elbow length sleeves were ornamented with motifs of Venise lace. The rounded train was heavily appliqued with Venise lace. Her Cloud veil of imported silk bridal illusion was attached to a double Crown of lace and pearls fashioned in Scallop design. Julie Boyum a gown was of the grooms cake was Cut by mrs. E. F. Wendt and mrs. Arthur Rhiger a both of Albert Lea. Maragaret Daub Albert Lea and Julie Daub Lockport 111., had charge of corsages. Charlotte Krieger Albert Lea Linda Hie and Roxanne Wehran both of Minneapolis had charge of the gifts. Becki Boyer and Gail Lageson both of Minneapolis registered the guests. Dining room hosts were or. And mrs. Lionel Peters or. And organza and re embroidered mrs Clare Johnson or. And Klencon lace Over a foundation is Clayton Wulff All of Al of taffeta and net. It too had a Cea or. And mrs. Sheldon Billey Minneapolis. Mrs. James Groos Minneapolis was personal attendant for miss Judy and mrs. Jerry Stariha Shell Lake wis., was personal attendant for miss Julie. Circle 26 served at the reception. Mrs. D. W. Platt and mrs. L. R. Lilja Are co chairmen of the Circle. Folded bodice. The fitted Midriff was of Klencon lace sprinkled with tiny pearls and accented at the Waist with a band of organza. It had a Bateau neckline. The Elbow length sleeves were accented with a band and lace. The Flat front of the skirt was ornamented with a wide band of Klencon lace extending from bodice to hem line. Back of the skirt terminated in a full rounded Chapel train appliqued with motifs of lace. Her veil of imported silk bridal illusion was attached to a double Crown of lace and tiny pearls in a scalloped design. The brides carried similar bouquets of Stepha Notis entered with comb idiom orchids. Mrs. Charles Gregory Alexandria va., Cousin of the brides was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs. Vernon Busho Ellendale sue Helge son Kay Wallace sister of the Groom and Karen Meixell All of Albert Lea Diann Frederickson Cannon Falls Elaine Post humus Hollandale. Junior bridesmaid was Susan Johnson Albert Lea. The Matron of Honor wore a frosted mint Green floor length Sheath gown of crepe accented with Bow and streamers of the same material. The gown featured an Empire bodice rounded neckline and Elbow length sleeves. Bridesmaids and Junior bridesmaid wore gowns with mint Green bodices and Lemon yellow skirts. Bridal attendants each wore a half hat in a Floral design fashioned of tulle Flowers with Pearl tipped petals. A p o u f veil was attached to the Back of each hat. The Matron of Honor carried a Cascade of yellow daisies. Bridesmaids carried cascades of White daisies. Tyrone Olson Albert Lea brother of the Groom was Best Man for Keith Olson David Peterson Rochester n. Y., was Best Man for Robert Wallace. Groomsmen were James Gross Minneapolis Michael Morrison Albert Lea Vernon Busho Ellendale and Richard Boyum brother of the brides also of Albert Lea. Ushers were Gary Davidson David Palmer Anthony Trow Bill Danielson and Roger Peterson All of Albert Lea and Dennis Reshetar Lorraine Ohio. Maurice Anderson was organist and he and Julie Skaar Waterloo Iowa were soloists. Mario Calderon Albert Lea was trumpeter. Steve Johnson and no Phot Dawn Louise Howser or. And mrs. Glen Howser Freeborn announce the engagement of their daughter Dawn Louise to or. Robert Dinneen son of or. And mrs. Len Dinneen of Matawan. Miss Howser is a graduate of Mankato state College with a Bachelor of science degree in vocational Home economics and business education. Dinneen is also a graduate of Mankato state with a . Degree in business administration and economics. An aug. 14 wedding is planned. Showers fete Karen Gavle mrs. Leroy Ophaug Channel Road was hostess at a noon luncheon saturday honouring Karen Gavlek who will become the Bride of Daniel Klassen of a a. A1 Mountain Lake july 17 at a for travelling mrs. Olson wore Ilem lutheran Church and 2jst2lbe�?~ge dry iwo than Karen Steffen who will be wed Orchid Corsage acres t0 Gerald Loegering of Wells Sones. Mrs a lace wore an aug. 7 at Salem lutheran Aqua Sheath with White lace Church. Shell and an Orchid Corsage miss Gavle a resident at 917 and White accessories. Bridge ave., has been honoured i in served two years at several other pre nuptial in the peace corps end is pm showers. Played at Minnesota mining St. Mrs. Lawrence Runden mrs. Paul. He will continue his stud Lloyd Gavle mrs. John emerges at the University of Minne son mrs. Mildred Gavle mrs. Lunder Law honors pioneers Pioneer women were honoured wednesday at the regular meeting of the Lunder lutheran Church women at the Church. Mrs. Ben Fredrickson jr., vice president was in charge of the meeting. The meeting opened by singing of a hymn Fol Lowed by devotions Given by mrs. Lumen Overland. Mrs. Fredrickson welcomed the guests after which mrs. Alfred Rugland Secretary and mrs. Manville Hagen treasurer gave their reports. Education Secretary mrs. Laverne Dillavou discussed the Bible study for this year and asked that each member bring her Bible to the september meeting. Stewardship Secretary mrs. Parnell Oppegard read from the tract a some people Are mrs. Dillavou and mrs. I i f Ford Hoyne who attended the District convention at Northfield in june gave reports. The planning committee for the smorgasbord to be in september will consist of the vice presidents of the circles mrs. William Bauers mrs. Art Overland and mrs. Sena Thompson. The worship meditation was read by mrs. Oppegard. The Ruth Circle had charge of the program. A Reading in Mem Ory of mrs. Addie Oberg who died in june was Given by mrs. Oppegard. A song a the Little Church on the Hill was Sung by All. The words to this song about Lunder was written by the late mrs. Reeder of twin lakes. Mrs. Robert Petersen and mrs. Oppegard each gave a Reading. Each honoured member named her favorite hymn and two verses were Sung from each. A Reading was Given by mrs. Alvin Overland mrs. Oppegard gave a Book report on Ruth of the Bible. Honoured guests present were mrs. I. G. Moen mrs. Jessie Towne mrs. Nora Rusley mrs. Hugo Johnson mrs. G u n d a Narveson mrs. Sena Thompson and mrs. Alvin Overland. Hostesses were mrs. Clifford Hoyne and mrs. Stanley Johnson. Mrs. James h. Kinsey Myers Kinsey nuptials read at first methodist Sota this fall. Mrs. Olson is employed with Frank Hebe and mrs. Alton Gavle were hostesses at a mis Casell Ross Agency in Minne Cellaneous Shower in her Honor apr Lis at Salem Church. Mac Iron i Padua to fr0rh mrs. Roger Rayman g Ien Mil Nult Hist Villez was Quot stress of ceremony mrs us no ii a ies mrs Charles tree and Kathy tree Emmons played played by conservative Mort piano selections. Mrs. Kenneth Gage company in Minneapolis j Nagel and mrs. Alton Gavle after a two week trip or. And gave readings. Mrs. Frank he mrs. Olson will live in Minneapolis and or. And mrs. Wallace in Austin. Bel poured Coffee. Miss Gavle was assisted by her sister mrs. John j. Wedge Chicago with opening her gifts. Mrs. Lila Wall mrs. Elizabeth dry curries take to a a saucy accompaniments. Curried Fried Chicken for example tastes de-1 harder and Marjorie Lorenz rightful with a relish of diced were hostesses at a Shower in fresh Orange minced red onion her Honor at the Home of mrs and Green Pepper folded into Wall at Mountain Lake. There sour Cream. Were 30 guests present. Lois Mccornack feted at Shower Lois Mccornack of Clarks Grove was honoured at a bridal Shower wednesday evening at Faith lutheran Church Parlours in Walters. Mrs. Dennis Enser registered the 75 guests. Mrs. Hilton Sauer announced the program. Mrs. Arnold Stein Hauer led devotions. A skit was presented by mrs. Richard Sauer of Wells mrs. Dennis Freida Carla and Roxanne Sauer of Alden Sheryl Dalrene and Debbie Petersen of Walters. Mrs. R. V. Korn of Walters provided music at the piano. Dorinda Peterson played a piano Solo and mrs. Arnold Steinhauer gave a Reading. Miss Mccornack was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister Cathy Mccornack her Mother mrs. Albert Mccornack and the grooms to be Mother mrs. Vera Sauer. They were All presented corsages by the hostesses. Monica Reinlasoder and Dorinda Peterson passed the gifts. Hostesses were mrs. Henry Buendorf mrs. Hilton Sauer mrs. Richard Sauer of Wells mrs. Grace Sauke of Geneva mrs. Walter mattock of Austin mrs. Ralph Smith of Mapleton. Mrs. Earl Haukoos mrs. Millard Haukoos mrs. Raymond Sauer mrs. Henry Reinlasoder mrs. Alfred Meyer mrs. Arnold Steinhauer and mrs. George Neve of Walters. Miss Mccornack became the Bride of or. Clair Sauer saturday evening at Faith lutheran Church in Walters. Judith Ann Myers St. Paul daughter of or. And mrs. Robert l. Myers 601 sixth St., and James h. Kinsey son of mrs. James h. Kinsey St. Paul and the late James Kinsey were married saturday afternoon at first methodist Church. The Rev. J. Carlton for Shee first methodist Church and or. J. Wilbert Lillico Wayzata Grandfather of the Bride performed the single ring ceremony. The Bride wore a traditional floor length gown of imported Irish Linen. The gown featured an Empire Waistline with a gored Sheath skirt. The Elbow length sleeves hem of skirt and bodice were banded in heavy Irish lace in Daisy design. The court length train terminated in deep folds and fell from the Back Empire Waistline. The silk illusion veil fell from a Pillbox Headpiece fashioned of Slipper Satin and seed pearls. She carried Gardenias and feathered carnations. Charlotte Urban St. Paul was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Jean Helen Kinsey Sis Ter of the Groom St. Paul Susan Myers sister of the Bride 601 sixth St. Mrs. Jerry Latch Mankato and Janet Myers sister of the Bride min Neapolis. All bridal attendants wore yellow imported Irish Linen floor length Semi fitted sheaths with a dropped Waistline in Jack. They wore yellow Linen Pillbox hats trimmed with seed pearls. Each carried daisies with greenery. The attendants yellow Gold and Pearl pins were gifts from the Bride. David v. Damberg St. Paul was Best Man. Groomsmen were Dennis Mcmann St. P a u i Rick Myers 601 sixth St. Mark Krause and James p. Carlson St. Paul. Richard b. Gehlen St. Paul was usher. Mrs. Clarence Knudson was organist Harry Dack Duluth was vocal soloist and mrs. Russell s. Sorenson was cello soloist. A reception was held in the Church social Hall following the ceremony. Dining room hosts were mrs. Lyle Mathews Albert Lea mrs. R. J. Dunlap aunt of the Bride St. Paul and mrs. Glen Fredrickson aunt of the Bride Wayzata. Waitresses were Karen toilet son Nancy Heath Laurel Haney and Pam Ellertson All of Albert Lea. Punch was served by Janice Fredrickson Cousin of Tbs Bride Wayzata and Barbara Arm a Strong Cousin of the Groom St. Paul. Mrs. David Platt Cousin of the Bride Wayzata registered the guests. Mrs. E. A. Argue and Cindy argue Albert Lea and Patricia Dunlap Cousin of the Bride St. Paul Cut the cake. Mrs. Stanley Wahlstrand aunt of the Bride Willmar mrs. Wesley p. Barr aunt of the Bride Toronto Canada and mrs. Dale s. Armstrong and mrs. William e. Hubbard cousins of the Groom St. Paul served Coffee. The Bride was graduated from Albert Lea High school and Wellesley College. She is associate systems Engineer with International business machines corporation. The Groom was graduated from Central High school and miss Koehler accepts work in Minneapolis a familiar figure at the Albert Lea Post office these nine years Jeannette Koehler moved this week to Minneapolis. Proving once again that a Handicap need not limit ones advancement miss Koehler who is Blind has been employed to proof read books transcribed in braille. Formerly a resident at 221 e main she Learned proof Reading techniques through a correspondence course and will assume her new duties after familiarizing herself with the building of the Book company with which she is employed her work however will be done in her Home. Before she left miss Koehler was honoured at a Farewell party at the Home of mrs. Richarc Jordahn 1408 Marie ave. Guests included mrs. Bill g o e 11 a mrs. Eldar Westergaard mrs. Richard King Strom mrs. Gary walk Joann Jochumsen Rose Miller and Sharon of Keefe. Curtis Amundson observes birthday relatives were entertained sunday afternoon at a birthday party at the Curtis Amundson farm Home near Joice Iowa honouring Amundson a birthday. Guests were mrs. Clara Amundson or. And mrs. Harry Carpentier and Gaylyn Wilfer Anderson Judy and Lori Forest City Iowa or. And mrs. Alfred Singelstad Kermit Michael and Monica of Northwood. Geneva tuesday club holds meet Geneva tuesday club met tuesday at the Home of mrs. Sidney Holmes. The meeting was called to order by the president mrs. Delora Jensen. The treasurers and Secretary a reports were Given by mrs. Ruby Jensen and mrs. Vernon Mattix. A bake Sale was conducted by mrs. Earl Jensen. Mrs. Holmes was assisted is serving refreshments by her daughter mrs. Bob Davis Phoenix Ariz. Macalester College St. Paul he is associated with Northwestern Mutual life insurance company Milwaukee. Following a two weeks wedding trip West the couple will live at 1242 Stanford St. Paul. 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