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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - March 25, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota ,l4y, Man skis 1979____off Albert Lea Garden club holds March meeting or. And mrs. Edward v. Williamson or. Bothum Williamson wed at our Savior s Albert Lea Garden club met tuesday at the Library with 14 members present Edna Thor son. Vice president conducted the meeting Betty Sime Secretary and Eugene Wittmer treasurer read their reports a report on special memberships was. Also read by the Secretary. Several additions were made to the report and it will be read for a third time at the april meeting. It was announced that the fir St District Spring meeting will be held at Houston april 21 delegates to the meeting Are Joan boiler president Roger Church unit holds meet Joan Mage rot hum. Daughter of or and mrs Leonard Mage 2234 Milo and Edward v Williamson or. Son of or and mrs Edward v Williamson or were wed at 6 30 p in March to the Rev Richard Newgard performed the double ring ceremony at our Savior s lutheran Church the Bride wore an Ivory floor length gown of sheer Chiffon bodice and sleeves were accented with lace the Empire Waistline and skirt were of Ivory Satin with a ruffle at the Hemline. She wore an Ivory coloured picture hat trimmed with a veil with a Satin Streamer Down the Back she carried silk Spring Flowers and the locket she wore was a Keepsake belonging to her Mother Maureen Williamson sister of the Groom Glenville was maid of Honor Michelle Williamson sister of the Groom Glenville was bridesmaid Robert l. Rage Albert Lea brother of the Bride. Albert Lea. Was Best Man Tim Williamson Broider of the Groom. Glenville was groomsman. Ushers were Roger Bhend. Leroy brother in Law of the Bride Mike Wegner it. 3. Brother in Law of the Groom and ted Williamson who also lighted the candles brother of the Groom Glenville mrs Mike Weger. It. 3. Sister of the Groom was soloist she and Cheri Knutson played a flute and Organ duet chert Knutson was organist. A reception was held at the Church following the ceremony. Brenda Seedorf and Dawn Knabach registered the guests. Dining room hosts were or and mrs. Roger Bhend. Leroy and or and mrs Mike Wegner Rural Albert Lea. Gift carriers were David and Robin Peoble and John Bhend. Waitresses were mrs Edwin Johnson and Brenda Steene mrs. Carroll Aasen Albert Lea and mrs. Herb Peterson. Glenville. Cut the cake mrs. Cecil Robran Hartland and mrs. Herb Olson Forest City Iowa poured Tea. Or. And mrs. Scott Urban new Richland served punch. Mrs. Robert Peoble sister of the Bride was her personal attendant. Following a trip to Missouri and Nebraska the couple Are making their Home at Lakeview Mobile Home Park lot 25, twin trikes. The Bride is a 1975 graduate from Albert Lea High school the Groom graduated from Glenville High school in 1976 and is employed at philos body and Glass. Or. And mrs. Marlow Olson couple Mark anniversary lutheran Church women of Alden redeemer lutheran Church held a noon luncheon wednesday at Luther Hall it was served by the Martha Circle mrs. Jerry Jahnke Faith and life chairman of the Rebecca Circle presented the program Quot this is the year of the child a several brought children a clothes and toys and furniture used by their children and grandchildren several ladies wore Centennial dresses and bonnets worn years ago mrs Betty Clart read from the poetry of life about children everyone Sang Quot children of the heavenly father Quot accompanied by mrs Duane abbe mrs Harvey Jackson gave the offering prayer mrs Manville Meyer presided at the business meeting mrs. Glen Mathiason. Secretary read the minutes of previous meetings mrs Duane abbe read the treasurer s report in a sconce of mrs. Norman Larson a thank you was read from missionary Beulah blowers for the gift of $25 mrs Albert Newman reported on the strength for missions it was announced that the District area would hold a meeting thursday at Happy chef at Mankato from 10.30 to 12 30 april 17 the Post easter breakfast will be served at 9 30 am. At redeemer lutheran Church. On april 18 pastor Friberg who was to speak March 14 will speak about Tanzania. The Spring Assembly at Salem lutheran Church Albert Lea will be held april 24 with the theme Quot love is a give redeemer lutheran ladies will serve morning Coffee at 9 . April 29 for the con firmand and their parents. The women voted to serve dinner july i for the Centennial Celebration. The methodist Church and redeemer will have a float in Parade july i. Altar Guild holds meet altar Guild of first lutheran Church Albert Lea met wednesday in the Church parlor following lenten service. Lucille Hansen directness conducted the business meeting Ruth Mcmilan Secretary and Donna Thon treasurer gave reports. The Rev. James Schoeld gave a Chalk talk on the lord s supper and Early communion. Hostesses for the evening Mabel Nelson Marjorie Caryl Olson. Buhr past president and Eugene Wittmer alternates Are Hen Jenner Florence Hartman and Nancy minks Sunshine chairman Florence Hartman reported on cards sent or Alfred Sherman chairman of the Plant Sale will announce the time and place at the next meeting Eugene Wittmer. Flower show chairman announced that a planning committee meeting will beheld at 7.30 p in tuesday at the Home of Roger Buhr any Garden club members willing to help is asked to attend Roger Buhr presented the mini topic on Euphorbia spleen Dens Crown of Thoms. He exhibited a four foot specimen grown from cuttings Dan Johnson of Johnson Floral Austin presented the main topic on care of House plants the meeting adjourned after a Short discussion on dues for next year hostesses were Phyllis Evans and Loretta Towne insurance unit meets Albert Iwa association of insurance women held a noon meeting at Tom Belles townhouse. Each member voted by secret ballot for her Choice of the insurance a women of the year Quot award the award will be presented to the Winner at the May meeting which is National insurance women a week. Anyone interested in attending a car course should Contact Jan Hoium this is a three evening course president Linda Skaare and Linda Eggleston attended a style show and luncheon at the Marriott in Bloomington March 17. This was sponsored by the insurance women of greater Minneapolis Maureen Peterson regional educational chairman will be coming to Albert Lea soon to talk to the group about starting an educational class St a Coker beef Nite scheduled Quot beef Nite a the second of the two consumer meat lense programs will be held tuesday from 7 to 9 30 at the lecture Hall at Albert Lea area vocational technical Institute Quot beef Nite Quot is co sponsored by the Freeborn county Extension service Freeborn county beef association and the Freeborn county cowbells the first part of the evening will be devoted to a discussion of Quot beef to eat Quot by Steve Eaker an Ellendale meat Cutter Eaker is originally from Blooming Prairie and graduated from the Pipestone vocational Institute in the meat cutting program he worked As a meat Cutter in the twin cities before moving Back to Ellendale Quot budget beef is the title of Marion Biersdorff a cooking demonstration Marion is a free Lance Home economist from the Owatonna area she is a graduate of the University of Minnesota in foods and nutrition was a radio Home economist for Karfo Owatonna for la years conducts Many cooking schools in her farm House Kitchen and has studied with both american and French Cooks Quot beef Nite Quot is open to the Public at no charge following presentations. The Freeborn beef association will serve Lun senior club holds meet Minnesota Lake senior citizens met monday noon at the Lembke building for the potluck meal and meeting the Rev Herbert Austin gave the invocation the business meeting was conducted by the vie president. Kon Stock. Pastor Austin told of the Tours now listed for the coming tour season he will report on More findings for the april month decision Marion Borsdorf following the allegiance to the Flag. Stock called for a period of silence in memory of recently deceased member Josephine Sonnek committee for the Day was mrs Kon Stock. William Teufert Orpha Bleck and pastor Austin mrs Stock announced the program pastor Austin gave readings pertaining to Spring and William Teufert read about fishing and then played Harmonica numbers games were played prise win ners were Ida Kain Elsie Beyer and Eseldra Nelson the next meeting april 2 will be potluck at noon committee members having charge Are mrs George Kauffmann. Philippa Neuhauer mrs Margaret Auli Chandors Mary Dunn arts group plans meet at 2 pm. Saturday at the Albert Lea Art Center a representative of citizens for the arts group an advocacy organization for the arts in Minnesota. Will meet with area citizens to discuss the needs of and the availability of Money for arts projects in Freeborn county Bob Haukoos. State representative. Will also be present at the meeting to learn of the concerns of artists and people involved in arts activities this meeting is open to everyone during the last legislative session the legislature granted an appropriation of 4 million dollars for Art in Minnesota and the state arts Board is requesting an increase this year Lou Ann Meyer to be Bride Lou Ann Meyer daughter of or and mrs Lloyd Meyer Walters and James Henderson son of James Henderson. Baldwin Park Calif and Marie Morton. Ojai. Calif., Are to be wed june 23 at first foursquare Church. Glendale Calif miss Meyer is a graduate of Kiester Walters High school and the Mankato area vocational technical Institute she is employed As a bookkeeper of life Bible College los Angeles. Calif. Her Fiance is a graduate of Buena High school Ventura. Calif., served four years with the United states air Force and is a student at life Bible College Charm Beauty Salon Miter spa Chi protein wave 1250 a Low cuts.5 styled Reg. $25.00 Iori Soham formerly Regis la it Koong former petes 377-0955 lever be Coater Mig. M Gem wisc jewelry fashions Foueti fictions re filtered certified kids jump on Down to Plymouth s childrens shoe Sale starts March 26th at 9 00 . A n were Albright Hulda Olson and Olson or and mrs. Marlowe Olson were honoured on their 25th wedding anniversary March la with an open House at their Home. Children of the couple were hosts. Earlier in the month the couple entertained members of their wedding party with a Buffet supper at the Olson Home. Guests were or and mrs. Richard Carroll Owatonna or. And mrs. Arthur Dahl and or. And mrs. Conrad Erickson Albert Lea or. And mrs Milton Sather or. And mrs. Doug Nelson or. And mrs. Gordon Sather Barnum. Mrs. Kathryn Kiltinen and family Esko or. And mrs. David Sather Duluth mrs. Mae Olson Colorado Springs Colo. Ole and Jeffrey Olson Waseca or. And mrs Larry Grove and sorority has style show Beta Sigma Phi held the annual style show and card Benefit tuesday night. Clothes and hair styles were from wallaces and shoes were provided by Jack s shoe Niche. After the style show games of �?o500�?� and Bridge were played Luella Bleichwehl and Linda Waldemar won prizes in "500�?� and Barb Anderson and Vevon Stewart in Bridge. Pie and Coffee were served by sorority members. Proceeds will go to the victims crisis Center. Zackary Dennison Kevin Olson Alden Richard and Karen Olson Jackie mod Derman and Sheri Viktora. Nature s world with Maud to evenly in sunday Tribune 20% off uniperm.,m for natures kind of curls. Sale 21.88 Reg. 27.50. Uni Perm a wave by Helene Curtis is the natural looking Perm for everyone. Automatically conditions hair for Long lasting curls and Waves. Makes it easier than Ever to have great looking hair. In sperm acid formula the conditioning Perm. Reg. $30, Sale 23.88 charge it. Phon 373-1419. We Welcome walk ins the a Penney styling Salon. Skyline Mau Spring with a ring to it the Spring season has the reputation of sparking new Romance and warming up the old. This is a popular time of year for couples to decide to spend the rest of their lives together. In Spring Mony a gentleman starts shopping for a Diamond engagement Fine a Symbol of the magic word Thot will soon be exchanged. The Choice of a life time companion is a very important decision one that requires a lot of thought. A Diamond and a jeweler from which to Purchase one also requires careful selection. Let me Tell you Why. A Diamond As you know is a financial investment not to be Token lightly. Even a modest engagement Diamond costs several Hundred dollars so it is important that you get what you pay for. And when it comes to diamonds ifs almost impossible to Tell just by looking. It takes a knowledgeable jeweler with a background in geology to be Able to test a Diamond to establish its identity and to assign proper grades of cutting color Ana clarity to it. You done to want to pay for a Diamond of you re getting a less valuable natural or Man made look alike. You also done to wont to pay the Price of a top Quality Diamond for one that a a medium Grode. We at Stadheim a Are members of the american Gem society which Means we be taken gemological courses and Poss yearly examinations to prove our proficiency. We re dedicated to consumer Protection. Infant sizes 5-8 oxfords amp hikers values to $20.00 famous brands stride rite Lazy Bones child life to values to s2s.oo misses and youths oxfords straps 14 slip on sizes 12vz to 4 children a sizes 8�?T/2-12 oxfords and 12�?o values to $25.00 a 1079jcpenney co. Inc Simms downtown Albert Lea Over 1,000 pair a Savi Bigi Outh Hoe store a pet yourself to our shoes Quot All shoes in most sizes and widths. And the fit is guaranteed by or Friendly sales people free parking open Mon. S Thure. 1119 . Downtown on Broadway Fine line draperies i Moyer Call 373-4744 free consultation and estimate 10% discount on All fabrics i i

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