Lakota school classes begin on AUQ. 34. NinMb Sheila Sullivan married Sheila Sullivan, daughter of Mrs. Wade Sullivan and the late Mr. Sullivan, became the bride of Dr. Donald Richard Mclntyre of Minneapolis in an afternoon ceremony at St. Cecelia church here Saturday, August 19. Dr. Mclntyre Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mclntyre of Merchantville. N. J. Mrs. W. B. MacDonald, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Serving the groom as best man was his brother, Ralph Mclntyre, Cherry Hill, N. J. Ushers were Hugh Mc- lntyre, the groom's brother, Cockeysville, Md., Frank Downing, Haddon Township, N. J., and Dr. James de Maine and Dr. Richard Dortzvach, both of Madison, Wis. Personal attendant for the bride was her former college roommate Mrs. James Wilson, St. Paul. • Kirk Hayes was soloist and Mrs. Hayes organist. The processional was the traditional St.-Mary-of-the-Woods wedding march written for the alumni of that college. John Sullivan, Winnetka, III,, cousin of the bride's father, escorted her to the altar. Officiating at the single-ring service was Monsignor Gerald Kelly, Fort Dodge, cousin of/the bride. A reception after the wedding was held at the Algona Country club. Providing dance music was Al Godfredsen at the organ. Assisting hostesses wer Mesdames Gaylord Shumway, John Kenefick, H. W. Miller, Richard Thoreson, Eugene Murtagh, G. W. Stillman, H. F. Fristedt, Theodore Hutchison, M. G. Bourne, A. E. Kre- Jsensky, Duane Dew el, Rot McMahon, and Miss Helen Dingley. Following her graduation from St.-Mary-of-the-Woods college, Terre Haute, Ind., the bride was employed by the U. S. government in Germany and is now associated with the public relations department of General Mills in Minneapolis. Her husband received his bachelor of science and M.D. degrees from the university of Pennsylvania where he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Chi fraternities. On completion of his internship at York hospital, York, Pa., Dr. Mclntyre was affiliated with the internal medicine department of the university of Wisconsin hospitals at Madison, Wis. He is presently in his final year of residency in the dermatology division of the university of Minnesota hospitals in Minneapolis. They will live in Minneapolis, following a wedding trip to San Francisco and Yosemite. LakoUi The Lakota Consolidated School will open the fall session for the 1967-68 school year on Monday, August 98, 1967. Busses will deliver etu- 'dcnls to the school.at 8:25 a.m. Daylight Savings Time, town' , students should plan td arrive just before' 8;30 a.m. also. School will be In session for the full day except tnat all'stu-, dents will be dismissed at 3:30 p.m., at which time the busses will transport the rural students home. A pre-school registration day has been set Tor high school students for Thursday, August.24. Students are asked to be present to register on that day according to the following schedule: Seniors at 9:00 a.m., Juniors at 10:30 a.m., Sophomores at l:00-p.m., and FresHmen at 2:00 p.m. •" Because of the small number enrolled in kindergarten,.; this . grade will met in one section only this year, In the morning. Kindergarten will meet along with all other children for' the first day as well as on other school' days. Kindergarten will •be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. daily, at which time the rural children will be transported to their homes. Bancroft ladies' brother dies Richard M liter, 47, of Clear Lake, brother of Mrs. Gene Wolf and Mrs. Lulu Quinn of, Bancroft, died suddenly Monday, afternoon in Charles . CiJy,..,He had been working with a construction firm there, and, was rushed immediately to the hospital, where he was given emergency treatment. Doctors di-. agnosed cause of death as a heart attack. An autopsy was' performed Tuesday morning to determine positive cause. Survivors include his wife, four sons and I daughter-ranging in age from-12 to 1.9 years. In addition to;his'sisters here, other surviving sisters are Mrs. Eppo Johnson of Buffalo Center Mrs. Ed Hendrickspn of /Mason! City, Mrs. Sherl May of Corwith and a brother, Harold Miller of Luyerne* '."•' iJc'ti £>, t» .' ' Services Will be '.held^pri' Thursday at 2 p.m. in th'e'Lu- theran Church at Clear .Lake. Mlm Becky 'McCoy, IS, daughter of-Mr: and Mrs. Le- .on McCoy'of Ledyard won first round competition S»t- urday in the "Teen Queen" contest at the Iowa State Fair In DCS Molnes. Eight of the 64 contestants compete each day of the fair to qualify for- final competition on Saturday, Aui. 26. The girls appear In swim suit, a; sport outfit and party drew competition In the preliminaries and will also compete In formal competition In the finals. Each presents a talent number, Miss McCoys being a humorous reading entitled '"Men". The eight - finalists,, who headquarter at Hotel Fort DCS Molnes, will ride In the parade on Sunday. Miss McCoy, a junior at Ledyard Hjgh School, was chosen by the .faculty to represent her school. Each contestant must maintain a B average! or above Her parents will attend the finals on Saturday, held at Teen 'Town on the fall grounds. The contest, beginning at .!•' o'clock Is open to the. public.* The winner will be announced at 3 o'clock, ; Gretchen Ann DeBoer of L«dyard Is the reigning Miss Teen Queen. ' • • ; Repair work • starts'on Church • Swea City: Work has begun on the repair of the First M.e- th&dist .Church in Swea City this week. The church was damaged when a tornado .struck the area on June 14th of this year. Extensive damage was done in the educational units, a 'section o£ the roof was torn off, hitting the roof on the social .hall and : two rooms were very'*' badly damaged, several windows, were, broken, in the sanctuary, and several .sections of paneling wer£ torn.from the front of t^esandtUBi'y.- . • -' Save up to 46% Helena Rubinstein Onee-A^fear Girltown S«t for School Again GIRL'S DRESSES by. iHIIHI»HMHIHMHHIIMMIHIIMHMIIIIMIIIIIHMMHIIIIMIMIHMIII(MIMHIIIIIIIMHIIMMIIIMMIiyMIIIIMHIMMMMUMII|. HOLD FAMILY PICNIC A family picnic was held at the Ambrose Call State park Sunday for Mrs. William Foertsoh of Wesley whose eightieth anniversary was being observed. She is the mother of Mrs. Ferman Heinen. FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Roy HutzeH and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence HutxeU attended a family rc- unilon Sunday at Rockwell ATTEND FAMILY REUNION Mrs. Frank Vera and her brother Lester Hagen of Titonka attended a Hagen family reunion in a park at Mason City, ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Ray Potter entertained the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon, August 23. HOSTS MO CLUB Mrs. Clark Godden was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday afternoon, August 23. HOSTS CARP CLUB Mrs. Ernest ITue* was hostess to 'her card club last week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lau were visited last week by their daughter, Mrs. Roger McGregor and Monica of Boone. Mr. McGregor joined them here Friday. The Laus twenty-eighth wedding anni- ventry August 22 was observed Sunday, August 20 and a family dinner was held at which Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus and two children of Newton, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. M. |S. Lfu and her «w4n-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Doll of Des Moines. The McGregors had remained for the celebration. Phil Pfefler manager of Titonka firm Phillip Pfeffer, 31, and formerly of Algona, has been •manager of the new Custom Farm Services plant ait Titorv ka, which was opened for business June 20 of this year. The firm plans a Grand Opening shortly. Mr. Pfeffer was born in Algona in 1936 and his parents dre Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pfeffer, now of Clear Lake. He attended high school at Clear Lake as well as Mason City Junior College and Iowa State University. After four years in the U.S. Air Force, two of which were spent in the Korean theatre, he was married to Mairjorie Koepnick of Sheldon, who taught at Clear Lake. They have two sons, Jeffrey, 5, and Daniel, six months. Before joining Custom Farm Services, Phillip was employed by the Iowa Staite Department of Agriculture as an inspector in the fertilizer and pesticide division. In his spare time. Phillip enjoys reading and photo-., graphy. In the summer, he* enjoys camping with his family. 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