The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1967 · Page 13
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1967 Ann Ludwig Of Offosen Weds Sept. I OTTOSEN - Ann Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig, was united in marriage to Loren George Seely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Seely of Spirit Lake, at Sts. Peter and Paul's church at West Bend, Sept. 2, at 11:30 a. m. Rev. Urban Rupp of Dayton, Ohio, uncle of the groom, officiated at the double ring ceremony. He was assisted by Rev. Bernard Weber, cousin of the bride. Also present in the sanctuary were Rev. Elmer Thorn of Spirit Lake and Rev. Louis Greving of West Bend. Mrs. John Vint was the vocalist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white floor-length gown of silk faced peau, detailed with Alencon lace. The cage style gown was fashioned with a carved neckline and three quarter length sleeves, edged with lace. Buttons added detail to the back of the gown, which featured a scalloped hem- lino topping a deep land of Alen- con lace. The bouffant veil of bridal illusion cascaded from a cluster of pearlized flowers, pearls and aurorea borealis beads. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Joan Seely, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mrs. Michael Lott was bridesmaid. John Vint was best man, and John Ludwig, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Ushers were John Elser, Robert Elser, Leon Ludwig and Glen Ludwig. Following the wedding a luncheon and reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Vernon Johnson had the guest lx>ok. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers were dining room hosts. Mrs. Henry Mertz poured coffee. Mrs. William B. Stone and Mrs. Stephen Haigli served punch. Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. John Elser and Mrs. Robert Elser cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Stevens helped witli the gifts. The newlyweds went on a week's honeymoon trip to the northern states. The bride is a graduate of the West fiend High School, attended Iowa State University at Ames and was employed by Dr. Alfredo Socarras in Des Moines. The groom is a graduate of Northeast Missouri State College, Klrks- ville, Mo., and will attend graduate school at the University in Columbia. They will reside at Columbia. Opportunity, Inc. Will Expand Health Service The Board of Directors of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. met Sept. 18 in the Palo Alto County Multi-Service Center. Dave Bappe, Project Director for YOUR, Inc., at Ft. Dodge, talked to the committee explaining the services available in their Neighborhood Centers. James Claycomb, Sociology professor of Buena Vista College, conducted the meeting. Helen Tate, office manager, handed out financial reports. M. Peter Hart told the group that statewide the Iowa Bar Association and the Iowa Association of Community Action Directors are working toward a program to provide legal services for the poor. The board voted the expansion of Home Health programs to the entire seven county area. At present Home Health Services are provided to Dickinson, Clay and Buena Vista counties. Rev. J. F. McCreary is leaving the state, and submitted his resignation to the Board. Committee members present were Ed Elbert, Whittemorej Mrs. Herbert A. Kaiser, Lu Verne; Mrs. Robt. Manwarren and Walter High, Emmetsburg; Dr. R.O. Drown, West Bend; Rev. Leland Grove, Laurens; C. J. Shimon, Gilmore City; Rev. T. C. Nash, Pocahontas; Rev. J. F. McCreary, Gruver; Mrs. LaVerne Sifrit, Estherville; Rev. Robert Ruleman, Milford; E most Shaffer and Mrs. Dorothy Morritson, Spirit Lake; Rev. C. A. Hyde, Peterson; Mrs. Barbara Booth, Spencer; Mrs. Virginia Tomford, Alta; James H. Claycomb, Storm Lake; and Rev. Dallas Roland, Sioux Rapids. Carolyn Madsen Sept. 23 Bride At Ringsted SENECA -Carolyn Madsen was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Monday evening at the St. John's Parisli Hall, rural Ringsted. White gladioli corsages were presented to the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Melvin Madsen. Following a social evening the honoree opened her gifts assisted by Slieri Heck of Armstrong. Hostesses included Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Richard Bauer, Mrs. Leo Crowley, Mrs. Lawrence Ullenswang, Mrs. Robert Hurt, Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Mrs. John Hattle, Mrs. Elvin Godfredsen, Mrs. Carrie Odin, Mrs. Donald Kennedy and Mrs. Carl Nielsen. Miss Madsen and Paul West- ruin of Albert Lea, Minn., were married Saturday, Sept. 23, at the St. John's Lutheran Church, rural Ringsted. Miss Madsen is employed at Wilson's, All>ert Lea, and her fiance at Streator's, also Albert Leu. - o - The Sentral Community School lunch cooks attended the Kossutli County Food Service Association which was held Wednesday, Sept. 13, at the Lu Verne school. Those attending from Sentral included Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedalil, Mrs. Doris Schwart- zenback, Mrs. Hazel Hurlburt, Mrs. Rose Kraft and Lucille Blanchard. Of special interest to the Sentral people in attendance at the meeting was a talk on foods served in Russia, Scotland and England, given by Mrs. James Mallory, a Jr. High teacher at LuVerne. Mrs. Mallory may better be remembered as LaVonne Madden, a former Sen- ecan. Mr. A. L. Brown of Salix, Iowa was a Thursday dinner guest of the Henry Loofts. Mr. Brown was a former County Agent in Kossutli County. Myron Gangsted, sou of the Clifford Gangsteds, has recently returned to Cedar Falls, Iowa, where lie has begun his senior year at Northern Iowa University. He is majoring in mathematics. Roger England, son of the Lyle Englands, has enrolled at Emmetsburg Junior College, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Dick Loofts, Arlington Heights, m. Enroute to Illinois they were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Dick Looffs par- ents, the Milton Wischhoffs, Oregon, Wisconsin. Mrs. Hans Jensen observed a birthday anniversary last Saturday. Evening coffee guests included Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weis, Rita and Louis Weis, also Marina Jacobs, Karen Jensen, Ron Knapp and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Jensen and Jerry, rural Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna were last Sunday dinner guests at the Paul Klenz home at Ceylon, Minn. An announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Rode Katherine Bergman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holvdan Bergman of Two Harbors, Minn., to Robert Hannisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, rural Bancroft. Miss Bergman, a 1962 graduate of Two Harbors High School, is presently employed at Aero-Space in Fairmont. FOR SALE FOR SALE - 1963 F-100 Ford pickup, 8 ft. Fleet-size box, big tires, heavy duty springs. Excellent condition, priced to sell. ART SCHILTZ, Titonka, la. Ph. 928-2582. (73) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the cards, gifts, calls and prayers received during my stay at St. Ann Hospital and after my surgery at Iowa City. Sincerely, Helen Strlckler (73*) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank relatives and friends for the gifts, flowers, cards, and visits while I was at Park Hospital and at St. Ann. Tom Trenary. (73*) JjIfe5i5.AassA==.r.=*x^EXa Card of Thanks^ Help Wanted Woman for full or part time work. Apply in person. Sjogren's Grocery. Woman for full or part time work in meat department to wait on trade. Apply in person. Joe Downey, Sjogren's Grocery. '!•:?== :•: x :•: = :-: CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express the heartfelt gratitude we all have for the wonderful things done for our family by the good people of our community; Masses and prayers said, cards, letters and visits while Dad was hospitalized and since he has been home; the bountiful food shower by members of the C.D. of A. and food brought in by others, make us sure we live in the finest spot on earth. Thank you, and God bless you. The Lou Roilly Family. (73*) PARKER Parker Gravity Flow Boxes save labor and time. Get one now — before corn picking ! KYLE KEITH KYLE KEITH 295-3801 ROGER KEITH 924-3370 Notice to Taxpayers •TAXES DUE* The second installment of real estate and personal property taxes will become delinquent on October 3rd. Penalty of % of one per cent for each month. Delinquent list will be published in November as provided by law. If it is not convenient to come in personally, write to this office or contact your local bank. Please check over your receipts and be sure you are paying all your taxes. It is the desire of the Treasurer's office to give every assistance possible, but it is your responsibility to see that you have receipts covering all properties on which you wish to pay, including special assessments, personal taxes, or any other tax which you may be assessed. A bill passed by the legislature requires that County Treasurers SHALL advertise delinquent personal tax in two issues of an official county newspaper in November. If the tax is not .paid within ten days after the last publication, distress warrants must be made by the Treasurer and given to the Sheriff for collection. The Sheriff will then seize and sell personal property sufficient to pay the tax, interest and costs. DONALD D. JORGENSON KOSSUTH COUNTY TREASURER

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