The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1965 · Page 3
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Tuesday, September 14, 1965
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Algona (lo.) Upper Pet MettieiTuesday, Sept. 14, 1965 Dor/ene Goetsch Bride At LuVerne On Aug. 29 An early fall wedding in the LuVerne Zion Evangelical Lutheran church at 2 p. m. Sunday, Aug. 29, 1965, united Miss Darlene Helen Goetsch, LuVerne and Duane Evans Green, Humboldt, in marriage. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Goetsch, LuVerne, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Green, Jr., of Humboldt. The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. R. T. Mueller. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, organist, played a prelude of organ music as the guests were seated, and the traditional wedding marches. She accompanied Miss Suzanne Dudley, LuVerne, classmate of the bride, as she sang "The Wedding Prayer "and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt at the altar. Miss Nadene Greene, Humboldt, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Bruce Jacobson of Byron, Minn. Candlelighters were Eldon Oberhelmen and Lester Hinz, LuVerne. Ushers were Michael Bjornson and Gordy Hauck of Humboldt, la. A reception for 175 guests followed in the fellowship rooms Need a Loan to BUY LAND? Cot a Loan You Can Live with! The way you finance the land you buy can affect your success for years to come. A Land Bant loan is designed to protect your interests now and in the future. Check these advantages: • Long Term—Low Payments • No Penalty for Payment in Advance • Low Cost—No Fee* or Commissions • Mortgage Protection Ufa Insurance Is Available When you need money to buy land, pay debts, buy equipment or for other farm or family needs, see us for a LAND BANK LOAN K, H. HU1CJBBHB, mm -1- leonr 4evena» of the cmtfch, with Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, uncle and aunt of the bride, host and hostess. The serving table was centered with a square slx-tlerred cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Cutting and serving the cake jvere Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, LuVerne, aurit and cousin of the bride. Dipping punch was Mrs. James Triplet!, Rolfe, Iowa, sister of the bridegroom and pouring, Mrs. Vernen Pflibsen, Humboldt, sister of the bridegroom. Waitresses were Mary HJetmel and Cindy Rugg, Lu- Verne, Donna Strait and LaVonne Johnson, Gllmore City. The guests were registered by Miss Sheryl Ann Goetsch, Sioux City, cousin of the bride. Gifts were opened and arranged by classmates of the bride, Nancy Brink and Monnle Hansen. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Lillie Hesse, Mrs. Allen Darby, Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Mrs. John Hanson and Mrs. Charles Hinz. The bride is a 1965 graduate of the LuVerne Community high school and is employed in the Larson drug store in Humboldt. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Humboldt high school and is employed by the Humboldt Co-op Creamery. After a honeymoon trip to Yellowstone Park, the young couple will be at home In Humboldt. (Photo courtesy Humboldt Republican) TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder W.S.C.S. of Tltonka Methodist church met on Wednesday afternoon at Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Stanley Harris led devotions, Mrs. Lester Eden presented the lesson, "Participation In War on Poverty and the School Drop- Out—a Primary Concern." Mrs. Earl Stott acted as hospitality hostess. Other hostesses were Mesdames Jennie Whalen, Joe Boekelman, Jay Budlong and Walker McDonald. Titonka school is off to a good start after being in session a week Total enrollment shows an increase of four over last year, and fifteen new teachers. Mrs. Doris Sathoff received her bachelor of science in education degree from Drake University, Des Molnes, after attending summer classes. She is a teacher in junior high in the Titonka school. Mrs. Alice Benjamin and daughter, Linda of Bull Shoals, Ark., have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Titonka. Last week they all visited In Mason City in the C.G. Winter, Dean Whitney and Gerald Winter homes. CONSTRUCTION PAPER White it Colon, 12x18. — Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Office Dept. Do you ever get a WRNOG NUBMER? One letter out ot order in a word makes a big difference. When you mix up the digits of a telephone number, the equipment can't correct the mistake — and you will get a wrong number—or no number at all. Always be sure ot the number and dial carefully. Northwestern Bell in Iowa F" f FAIHTIMK IS 1 IM l,>li:! VISIT Tilt: 4;Hi:AT CLAfCOWfY SEPTEMBER 13-19 IDOOOOOOOOOBOBOOOOOOOOOOOI NTPTTTI YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT OUR BOOTH THERE'S FUN FOR EVERYBODY AT THE FAIR ... and a Warm welcome awaiting you at our booth! Stop In ... rest.,, matt your friends. We'll be looking for you... so y'all come to the Fair! Your PnHoer in Growth and Progress IOWA ELECTRIC msmmmna

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