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Page Four The Ivanhoe Times, Ivanhoe, Minn., August 30, 1956 FRESH FRUITS \\; Price The Most00 Important Element Insurance? ,i • WSMEN S ,Janet Fisher, Editor i ACTIVITIES Dial 4332 i ,i Marietta Girl Married Marlo Lean Last May It was learned here this week that Marlo Eugene Lean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lean of Ivanhoe was married on May 6 to Carol Jean Dohrer of Marietta, Minnesota. The wedding took place at St. John's Lutheran Church in Madison at 3 in the afternoon. It was a double-ring ceremony. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Dohrer, Sr., of Marietta. The bride wore a white, floor- length gown of net and lace over satin. Her lace-bordered, finger- tip veil was caught by a crown of seed pearls and sequins. She car- ried a bouquet of red baby roses. Lois Dohrer, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Leola Lean, sister of the groom, was the 'bridesmaid. Gayle Erickson was the junior bridesmaid and Duane Dohrer, bride's brother, was the ring bearer. Candlelighters were Anita Dohrer, bride's sister, and Marge Erickson. The maid of honor and brides- maid wore identical dresses of pink and nile green flocked dot- ted nylon trimmed in lace. They also wore white picture hats and lace gloves. Their bouquets were I llllll I Dr. D. T. Nelson Chiropractor HOUFtq: fl-12! |-5 Momday tkraa l'rldoy! 9-12 oil SatUlNlmy DOWNSTII OlZlC E Hiway 75 and 8th St. No. Canby, Minnesota Phone: office 449, Rtl. Z66-W II II of pink painted daises. The jun- ior bridesmaid's ensemble was all in white. The groom's brother, ' Robert Lean, of Ivanhoe was the best man. John Dohrer, Jr., was the groomsman and the ushers were James Pearson and Donald Go- etsch, both of Madison. A reception followed for 150 guests in t,he church parlors. The wedding cake was four-tiered and the bridal colors were car- ried out in the table decorations After the reception the couple left on a trip to the Twin Cities and Mankato. They are now mak- ing their home on a farm near Madison. John Neales Honored By Church Members The Ladies Aid of the Metho- dist Church served a dinner in the church parlors following the regular services Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Neale. It was a farewell dinner as the Neales left the village on Tuesday of this week to make their home in Wadena, Minn. Garden flowers were used as table decorations. After the din- t I ner, Gene Faulds presented the couple with a gift from the entire church membership. Both Mr. and Mrs. Neale responded with words of thanks and apprecia- tion. The Neales were very active workers in their church for a number of years. She was a member of the Ladies ,Aid and he served as church treasurer. A church spokesman stated that they will be greatly missed by the congregation. laclyn Yaeger To Live In East Following Wedding Miss Jaelyn Yaeger of Mar- shall, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Yaeger of Marshall but formerly of Ivanhoe, exchanged wedding vows with Horace Greely of Mapleton on Sunday, August 19. The ouble-ring ceremony took place at the First English Lutheran Church in Alexandria. The bride wore a candlelight colored brocaded taffeta sheath dress. It had a full, chapel- length overskirt. Her fingertip illusion veil was held by a Juliet cap which was studded with seed pearls. Her bridal bouquet was a white satin and lace fan which was adorned with Johanna Hill roses and ivy. Mrs. Thomas T. Todd, Winni- peg, Canada, sister of the bride was matron of honor; Miss Jo- Anne Bunge, Redwood Falls, and Miss Mary Norelius, Des Moines Iowa, were bridesmaids. They wore pink erystallene dresses. They carried Carol Amling roses with ivy On white lace fans and wore ivy headdresses. William E. Dobbs, M,inneapolis was best man, John W. Berg, Washington, D. C., and Richard G. Leherer, Stillwater, were groomsmen. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately fol- lowing the ceremony. For the wedding trip to Bos- ton the bride chose a cocoa color- ed sheath dress with jacket, black accessories and white gloves. We Give L & W Stamps In All Departments The couple will live at Cam- bridge, Mass. The bridge is a graduate of Grinnel College, Grinnell, Iowa and has been employed for the last year at Dayton's, Minne- apolis. , The groom is a graduate of Grinnell and will enter Harvard Law School in September. Clare Jansen Weds Marshall Man Clare Jansen of Minneapolis, formerly of Ivanhoe, and John E. Hirmer of Marshall were mar- ried at St. Aloysius Church in the bride's hometown of Olivia on Saturday, August 18. The bride will be remembered here as a teacher in the Ivanhoe school a couple of years ago. The wedding mass was said at 10:00 a.m. There 'were about 150 guests present. White gladioli and yellow roses dec- orated the altar and appropriate wedding music was played and sung. The bride wore a gown of ny- lon net over taffeta. The bodice had a square neckline and the skirt was embroidered with white rosebuds. She .carried yel- low roses upon a prayerbook. Pat Clause, Minneapolis, friend of the bride, was the bridesmaid. She wore an aqua gown dec- orated with white em)roidering. Her headdress' was a band of white mums. , James Jansen, Olivia, brother of bride, was the best man., Groomsman was John E. Hirmer of Marshall. A dinner reception was served following the ceremony. The couple left on a wedding trip to the East. They will return Sep- tember 1 and on September 15 will be at home at White Bear Lake where the bride is employ- ed in the public schools. m-m-m GOOD EATING I ARMOURS TREET 12-oz. 37 , can CHARMIN PAPER NAPKINS--60 count, pkg. 10c PORK AND BEANS Van 2No. 2 35 c Camp's cans 2--14-oz. 39 c bottles STOKELY'S CATSUP I. G. A. Sno Puff: MARSHMALLOWS white or assorted TOM SAWYER WIENERS 2˝-1b Poly 79 bag lean Bakker GOOD SUMMER SAUSAGES ................................... lb 39c I. G. A. Tablerite CHICKENS, CUT UP m 39 c Weds At 7yler Photo By Locy's Studio, Marshall St. Dionysius Catholic Church Broeke of Ivanhoe. at Tyler was the scene of the wed- Following the ceremony a ding of Jean Marie Bakker and breakfast was served to the bridal party at the Chat and Lloyd A, Van Den Broeke on Saturday, August 18. Father C. Chew Care in Tyler. Chuck's Stark read the 9:00 o'clock mass Corner at G'hent was the place of the 12:30 dinner with an for the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and afternoon reception ,being held at Mrs. Jacob Bakker of Arco and the home of the bride's parents. Mr. -and Mrs. John Van Den A wedding dance was held that night at the Blue Moon. The couple took a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination and will make their home on a farm near Hendricks. For the wedding the altar was decorated with garden flowers and lighted candles. The bride a bouquet upon the altar of the Blessed Virgin while a I. G,IA..Creamy " , SALAD DRESSINGS qt. jar 39 DOLE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE ............ No. 2 can 27c Stokely's RED PITTED CHERRIES 2 No. 303 c cans NASH'S COFFEE KOOL AID assorted flavors pkg. PAPER PLATES SUNKIST ORANGES each 2 c RED HALAGA GRAPES o, Green 10 Seedless lb ..................... 7 ..................  ......... : ..... ]: " , ........ r ..... : ......... 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Kahler and Laurence Arens when they sang. I it exposed an underskirt ed net ruffles. A cap edged pearls held her fin she carried a bouquet of roses and white carnations. Mrs. Donald Wortner, sister of the ,bride, was the of honor. Bridesmaid was Leon Van Den Broeke, S.D., sister-in-law of They wore identical ballerina-length dresses matching headbands and lavendar and yellow bouquetS. Leon Van Den Broeke, was best man and Donald ner, Arco was the Ushers were Earl and Henry Den Broeke. They wore carnation boutonnieres identical ties, gifts from tll groom. Mrs. Henry Van Den the wedding cake, which Jbeen baked and decorated John O'Neal. Mrs. Earl Den Broeke poured; ,Mrs. ard Van Den Broeke served and nut cups; Mrs. Donald ing recorded the guests. bride presented all with sages. Gifts were opened by Priebe, Jeanette Faaborg la Mae Driemeyer, school of the bride. Kitchen hon09 were shared by Mrs. C. Plasmia and Mrs. Floyd Halling. wai' tresses were: Danene Zema, Doris Thooft, Sharon Skorsze˘" ski. Their yellow skirts a d lavender aprons were gifts of tie bride. For the wedding trip the bride wore a teal blue dress with white coat and accessories. Mrs. Van Den Broeke is a uate of the Tyler High class of 1956 and was em .before her marriage by Dovre of Minneota. Her attended Minneota High SchoOl. -, "Let It Rain! Let It Rain!" Hillcrest 4-H club reporter describing the club tour month, told of a postponement' We quote: "Hillcrest tour vas planned for Monday, July 30 bat Let It Rain, Let It Rain--so tte tour was called off"unquote. The club met on the above date and planned for AchieVe" ment Day and demonstrat0r were on hand. -Diane Suhr, Rtltll Richters and Phyllis Herschberg" Given in .marriage by her fa- er received helpful hints fr0 ther, the bride was lovely in her lclub leadcxs and the Ho ,e gown of embroidered nylon and'Agent. net. The molded bodice was The August meeting was held topped by a small jacket of em-lat the Hillcrest school and afte broidered nylon. It had longlthe meeting, the raiu-: stlOne tapered sleeves a Peter Pan col- tour was planned for FridaY, lar and buttoned down the front August 10, starting at the E. /' with tiny buttons. The em- broidered nylon was found in the top half of the overskirt. It was caught up at intervals by satin bows. The rest of the floor- length overskirt was of net and Lundberg farm. Other discussions at the meet" ing completed all arrangemea for the county fair, the booth el the club and regular business. The Fred Steeles served luncl, Of course it's important but as with every- thing else, you 9et only what you pay for. The quality in a policy comes out only when you have a claim. It is then that cut-rate insurance striEes most cruelly at those least able to stand a cut-rate settlement. FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE J. M. Kaczrowski  Dale Krog Stanley Dastycb