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Lentz, Walter C. & Kathleen C. Kelley (Marriage 1938)


Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 1/23/2012 at 14:53:22

LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
October 18, 1938

Ceremony Takes Place Monday At Corpus Christi Church In Fort Dodge

Walter C. Lentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lentz, and Miss Kathleen C.
Kelley, daughter of Mrs. James E. Kelley, all of this place, were united in
marriage Monday evening, October 18, in Fort Dodge. The ceremony took place
at 8 o’clock in the rectory of Corpus Christi church and was performed by
Rev. Thos. J. Davern, the pastor.

The bride appeared charming in a traveling suit of bronze crepe, cut street
length, with accessories of brown and carried a bouquet of bronze pompoms
and talisman roses. Her bridesmaid, Miss Frances Holton, wore a pretty dress
of teal blue crepe, cut street length, with matching accessories and carried
a bouquet of gardenias. James P. Kelley, brother of the bride, was bestman.

The bride and bridegroom are both extremely popular in the younger circles
of the community where they grew up. Both were reared in LeMars and
attended high school here.

The bride after finishing school work in LeMars attended the University of
Minnesota where she gained a B.A. degree. She was employed in the Sentinel
office for over a year and gained many friends and formed many pleasant
associations while engaged in the work.

The bridegroom after graduating from the LeMars high school attended Western
Union college and attained his B.A. degree.

He is employed with the Iowa highway patrol and is a zealous and competent
officer, well liked by his associates.

Mr. and Mrs. Lentz will be at home to their friends after November 1, at 905
1⁄2 Sixth avenue north, Fort Dodge.


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