The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 2
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Algofi«, (la.) Uppt* Dtt Molim Ttfttdtfy, A«flu»» 30, 19W Jo/in Kufc/y Of LuVerne Weds Humboldt Girl Sherry Rae Lenning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lenning of Humboldt, was united in marriage with John Melvin Kubly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, LuVerne, at Our Saviour's Lutheran church in Humboldt, Sunday, Aug. 21. Rev. Arthur Montgomery, assistant pastor of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Wanda Kirchhoff, Minneapolis, Minn., friend of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were friends of the bride, Bonnie Born and Linda McVay, both of Humboldt. Tamara Hansen, Badger, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Larry Kubly, Lake City, Minn., served his brother as best man and the bride's brother, Douglas Lenning, Humboldt, and a friend of the groom, James Rugg of Des Moines, served as groomsmen. Ushers were Roger Lenning, Humboldt, brother of bride; Marvin Meyer, Corwith, brother-in- law of the groom, James Graham, Pioneer, friend of the groom; and Duane Sampson, Goldfield, cousin of the bride. Harold Lenning of Orange, Calif., cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. Special music was provided by John Moklebust of Humboldt who sang, "Because," and "The Wedding Prayer," . Don Lenning, Orange, Calif., uncle of the bride, was organist. After the ceremony, a reception for 300 guests was held at the church Fellowship hall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lenning, aunt and uncle of the bride, were the host and hostess. Mrs. Roger Lenning, sister-in-law of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Leighton Hansen, Badger, HONDA Sizzling sport version of the popular Honda 90. Top performance, sleek new design, remarkably low price. See the Super 90. HONDA DIVISION OF THE NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER 310 E. State Algona 295-3818 aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Peter Ruberg, Ft. Dodge, aunt of the groom, cut the cake. Mrs. Lewis Sampson, Goldfield, and Mrs. Don Lenning, Orange , Calif., aunts of the bride, poured coffee. Carol Johnson, friend of'the bride, and Becky Lenning, Humboldt, cousin of the bride, served the punch. Waitresses were Diana Ben- rends, Humboldt, Judy Van Gronigan, Dakota City, friend of the bride; and Ann Lenning and Mary Beth Marchant, cousins of the bride and groom. Mrs. Marvin Meyer, Corwith, and Mrs. Larry Kubly, Lake City, Minn., sister and sister- in-law of the groom, were assisted in recording and displaying of the gifts by Diana Larson, Humboldt, friend of the bride and Mrs. Ron Klassie of Renwick, cousin of the bride. Gift pages were Gregory and Niel Hansen, Badger, cousins of the bride, and Becky and Dorothy Marchant, Humboldt, cousins of the groom. The couple will make their home at Zumbro Falls, Minn. The bride is a graduate of Humboldt High School and has been a bookkeeper at the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank. The groom is a graduate of the LuVerne High School and is a member of the Humboldt unit of the Iowa National Guard. He has been employed at Mickey Ford Motor Co., Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly entertained at a rehearsal party in their home at LuVerne for members of the wedding party, Saturday, August 20. (Photo courtesy Humboldt Independent) PINK LILY A pink Perfection lily planted by Mrs. Henry Van Tol, Doon, has grown to a height of six feet and is full of blossoms. Lilies usually grow three to four feet high. FURNITURE Ml MOKRR HOME PUBLIC AUCTION LOCATED ONE BLOCK EAST OF CORNER HDWL, IN ARMSTRONG, IOWA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd SALE TO HART AT 1(30 ». M. FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS • O.E. ELECTRIC RANGE Kltehin Tablt and Chain; Davenpirt • W«itln|haut8 Refrlfwatar Thret Enamel Kitchen Cabinet*! & Chair; 2 Upholstered Ra«k«rt: Platfarm Raeker; Desk; 2 Faat StMli; Day Bed; End Tablet; Magazine Rack; Bltnde End Table; Near-new Dav- enpertj 9i 12 Rut; Sllvertone TV; fl.L Vaeuum; Nitwit Stand; Rellaway; Single Bed; Several Chairs; Dresser; Clathes Rack; Electric Mlitr; Bed; Electric Teaiter; Many Dishes, Pats, Pans, etc.; Seme Teels and many ether mfteallanem Items tte mimeraut te mention. (Mrs. Ralph Blekfeld Will Sell the Fellewlni Items Neit Dew te the East) • Frlfidafre Refrlferater • Antique Recker and deck Coelerater Air Cendltlener; Kitchen Table and Chairs; Electric Steve; Phllce Blende TV, new picture tube; Davenpert l> Chair; Electric Mlier; Twe PlaHerm fleckers; Desk; Recllner Chair; Uphalstered Chair; Plane and Steel; Bedreem Suite; Bed and new mattress; Dresser; Bed Trunk; Maytaf Square-tub Washer; Deuble Tubs; Lawn Newer; Ladder; Dishes, pets and pans; Many ether miscellaneans Items. -THREE-BEDROOM HOME- HOUSE AND LOT TO BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 3:30 P. M. Three-Bredreem medern name and Lat (Let 5, Black 26, erljlnal plat ef Armstrnci '•**• Very best IcMtlea. Garage and very nice yard; Furnace and Electric Water Heater. Ta Inspect dense befere sale, cantact Lester Halversan, Armstrani. TERMS—15% dewn sale date. Balance when deed and abstract furnished. Pessessian—Octaber I, 1966. LETA RAMHORST estate FITZGIBBONS t FITZOIBBONS, Attarnays Clark t Clark, Auetlaaeers First Trust t Savings Bank, Armstranc, Clerk Complete Closing Out Sale. AUCTION Sale to be held on my farm located two miles south and one and one fourth miles east of Fenton, Iowa, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD. MORNING SALE- SALE STARTS 9.30 A.M. MACHINERY John Deere A Tractor, lights and starter, in good condition John Deere 226 Corn Picker John Deere two row cultivator John Deere 12 A combine with motor John Deere IS foot Disc John Deere Hay Loader, good as new Two 4 wheel trailers with flare boxes 40 foot Elevator Drive on Hoist MISCELLANEOUS 40 foot ladder International Harvester Grain binder International Harvester Endgate Seeder International Harvester 2-14 Slat Bottom Plow Deering Corn Binder Walking Plow Two four section drag folding eveners, 1 steel, 1 wood 226 picker (junked) BUILDINGS HOG HOUSE 8' X 16' FEED HOUSE 4' X 6' DOG HOUSE Old Iron Woven Wire, 24", 32", 39" Steel and Wood Posts Barb Wire Electric and Battery Fence charger Set of selecton wheels for JD tractor Set of wheel weights for tractor Anvil and vise Steel Tank TERMS: Usual auction terms, nothing removed until settled for NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS EMIL SCHUMACHER Lloyd Berkland,Auctioneer,,.First Trust & Savings Bank-Fenton, Clerk MBM^ ' : '-.* • • ' . 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