Come and see my china

Marj Brandenberg, Dona Blom, Joanne Boger, Anne Grundmeier and Diana

Waldstein are seated at the table of Pam Milbrandt (standing). “I love

weddings!” she writes in the program. She wears a vintage dress, topped

off with a thrift store veil. Her grandmother’s old button collection has been

transformed into a bouquet and serves as the centerpiece. 


They ate in style last Saturday at Storm Lake United Methodist Church’s ninth annual “Come and See My China” luncheon. The meal was followed by a presentation about the nativity scene created by German prisoners of war in Algona during WWII.

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