The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1965 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 5, 1965
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Doocy-Nitz Nuptials, Bancroft, On Sept. 25 In a ceremony performed at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, Saturday, Sept. 25, Sharon Ann Doocy, daughter of Mrs. Helen Doocy of Bancroft, became the bride of Roger Dean Nltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nitz of Ledyard. Rev. Maurice Krause officiated. Maid of honor was Helen Johnson and Mary Stebritz was a bridesmaid. Donald Cogley attended the bridegroom as bestman, and Richard Clark was groomsman. Following the ceremony a reception was held In the Legion Ballroom in Bancroft with 200 guests present. The couple will make their home in Estherville. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high, and had been employed at the Directory Service in Algona. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ledyard high, and is employed by the Pepsi-Cola Co. in Estherville. (Kirkham Studio Photo) _^__^ * ir_|-u_. _ -- ' Suzanne Blake and James lenz wed at LuVerne The First Methodist church in LuVerne was the setting for a fall wedding at 3 p. m. Sunday, Sept. 19, when wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Suzanne Jane Blake and R, James Lenz of LuVerne. Their parents are Mr, and Mrs. Alien Blake and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lenz, all of LuVerne, The double ring service was read by the pastor, the Rev. Roy A, Biesemeyer, The nuptial prelude of music was rendered by Mrs. Lucinda Stone of LuVerne and accompanied Miss Suzanne Dudley, classmate of the bride and bridegroom, as she sang the "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer" as they knelt at the altar, Escorted down the aisle on a white carpet on the arm of her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white rayon Peau de soie, with fitted bodice, fea* turing chantillylace re-embroidered appliqued with seguins and seed pearls, It had a bateau neckline, long tapered sleeves extending to points at the wrist, with a controlled skirt that was appliqued, matching that of the booice witn siae ana back pleats adding fullness at the back with a bow at the natural waistline, Her circular waist length veil of pure silk imported illusion fellowship rooms of the church for 200 guests, with Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, host and hostess. Guests were registered by Mrs. Warren Lenz, Corwith, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Dipping punch was Mrs. Elmer Kubly, LuVerne. Pouring coffee was Mrs. Robert Will, LuVerne, aunt of the bridegroom. Cutting and serving the cake were aunts of the bridegroom, Mrs. Norman Oberhelman of Renwick andMrs. Harold Riddel of Wesley. Waitresses were Linda Nelson, Clara Schnakenberg, Nancy Brink, Coleen John, classmates of the couple. Gifts were received and displayed by classmates, Connie Sanford, Dawn Lindebak and Gretchen Zentner. After a short honeymoon trip they will be at home In Irvington, where the bridegroom Is employed by the Irvington Coop Co. Both are graduates of the class of 1965, LuVerne Community high school. The bride has been attending Hamilton Business College, Mason City. For going away she wore a two piece off white lace knit wool dress with black accessories and wore her detachable orchid corsage. The reception hostesses were members of Circle n of the was held in place by a forward headpiece of imported pearlized orange blossoms. She carried a white Bible, a gift of the groom, covered with Stephanotis and centered with a detachable white orchid corsage, Attending the bride as maid of honor and bridesmaids were classmates of the couple, Kris Hanselman and Patti Erpelding, Attending the bridegroom as bestman and groomsman were his brother, Warren Lenz of Corwith and Gene Will, cousin of LuVerne, Ushers were Dale Kubly, LuVerne and Bruce Me- Cullough, Ft. Dodge, friends of the family, candlelighters were Robert Blake and Paul Lenz, brothers, A reception followed in the W. S. C. S., Mrs. Cllf Bjustrom, chairman, Mrs. Annie Smith, Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs. Ir- wln Jergensen, Mrs. Gail Wolf, Mrs. Francis Shorey, Mrs. Carl Swanson. (Saul Studio Photo) Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New Tprfc, I*. V. (S P ccl»J) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain T>- without surgery. la case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most em«iing of all-results were 80 thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like'"P»le» have ceased to be a problem]" The secret is a new kealing substance (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance it now available in euppotitory or ointment form under the name f reparetieg #9. At all drug counters. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs. Mary Welter, who stays at the Tony Halligan home at Poeahontas, celebrated her eighty-ninth birthday Thursday. Morning guests to help her celebrate were Mrs. W. E. Hundert- mark of West Bend, Mrs. Albert Thor sen, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and Clara, Mrs. Sam Kropf and Mrs. Charles Welter. Mrs. Essie Cooper went to Stewartsvill^ Mo. Sunday to spend a week at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper. Mrs. Donald Lange and Mike of Ayrshire were Thursday dinner guests at the Earl Long home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and family were Saturday night visitors at the Roy Telford home to help Roy celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehrs- pann entertained at an anniver- sary card party Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Habegar of West Bend were guests. Mrs. Roy Telford and Abraham Habe- gar had high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer had low scores. Mrs. Roy Telford had travel. Tuesday, October 5, 1965 Algona (la.) Uppftr D«l Mo!n««-S SWEET POTATOES Mrs. Floyd Dallege of near Rochester, raised a pair of sweet potatoes this year. Each weighed more than 2 1/2 pounds. CONSTRUCTION PAPER White & Colors, 12x18. — Upw* Des Molnes Pub. Co., Offic* Supply Dept. LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Sale of School Property of Sentral Community School District of Kossuth County, Iowa. The Sentral Community School District of Kossuth County, Iowa, by virtue of a unanimous vote of Us Board of Directors now offers for sale the property des- rlbed as: The East Seventy-four(74)feet of Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), In Block Eighteen (18) of the Subdivision entitled "Blocks Sixteen (16), Seventeen(17),Elghteen(18) and Nineteen (19) In the Town of Fenton, Kossuth County, Iowa, "as said lots and block are designated and located by the Plat recorded In the office of the Recorder of Kossuth County, Iowa, which Is a five room frame house with bath, full basement, oil heat, a portion of two town lots and located one block south of the LutheranChurchlnFenton, Iowa, and which will be sold at public auction In the high school building of the Sentral Community School District located between Fenton and Lone Rock, Iowa, on the 25th day of October, A. D., 1965, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m. Inspection of the house may be made by calling at the residence of the superintendent, Mr. D. G. •Keoppel, who lives diagonally across the street from the house, or by phoning the superintendent of the Sentral Community School District at his office with telephone number 69 at Fenton. Bid blanks for the property above described are available at the office of the superintendent at the Sentral Community School District high school building. All written bids must be received In sealed envelopes at the office of the superintendent at the Sentral Community School District high school building prior to 7:30 p. m. on the 25th day of October, A. D., 1965, with check payable to the Sentral Community School District In the amount of 10% of the bid. At 7:30 p. m. on said date, the Board of Directors of the aforesaid school district will meet and the land above referred to which is to be sold will first be offered for open bidding and at the close of the open bidding, the sealed bids will be opened, and the best bid, either oral or sealed, will be considered by the Board of Directors, which reserves the right to reject any and all bids, Abstract of title is to be furnished and conveyance Is to be made by quit claim deed, with the successful bidder to enter Into a contract with the Board calling for payment of the balance on the tender of the abstract showing merchantable title and deed. Published under the direction of the Board of Directors, /s/ Lucille geegebarth Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 21st day of September, A. D,, 1965. CJZ & 74) Ends Wednesday OCTOBER 6 ALGONA Now the screen blazes with the story based on the blistering best-seller! . JOSEPH E.LEVINE „„.„., navnww "M" •• HAR10W COMING - "HELP" IS ON THE WAY - THUR., OCT. 7 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY There will be offered for sale by both sealed and-oral bids a desirably located five room frame house with bath, full basement, oil heat and a portion of two lots, one block south of the Fenton Lutheran Church. Said sale is to take place by sealed and oral bids at a public auction at the Sentral Community School District high school building at 7:30 P. M. on the 25th day of October, A. D., 1965. See official notice in this paper for further deails, or call the Superintendent of Schools at Fenton, phone number 69. /s/ Lucille Seegebarth Board of Directors- Sentral Community School District By the Secretary (72 8. 74) STARTING THURSDAY, OCT. 7 DAU'S TURNS INTO A FRIENDLY GIANT-KILLER We're after Ford, Chevrolet & Plymouth with a new concept of quality. Quality built in, not added on. And 4 new lines of '66 cars from American Motors. All IN OUR SHOWROOM THURSDAY! 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