The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 9
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It. Kemna Of Ottosen Will Wed Oct. 20 Olios™ — The engagement of 2nd Lt. Esther Rae Murphy to Lt. Donald John Kemna has been announced by her parents, Mr and Mrs J. C. Murphy of Milton, Fla. Lt. Murphy was graduated from Sacred Heart School of Nursing in Pensacola. First Lt. Kemna is the son of Mr and Mrs Edward Kemna of Ottosen. He was graduated from Iowa State University and is assigned to the 93rd Civil Engineers Squadron. A nuptial mass will take place in the base chapel Saturday, Oct. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain went to Rochester, Minn. Wednesday where Rev. Mountain will have a check-up at the clinic. The ladies of the Lutheran church met Wednesday to clean the church. Rev. Harold Mountain, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, has received a call at Elma. Members of the church here met Thursday evening to consider the situation. Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen of Rolfe were Thursday evening visitors at the Antone Speich's. flbfdnt! thfs past snfnmpf. Lunch was served by W.S.C.S. at the close of the meeting. Mary circle of Immanuel Lutheran church met Thursday, Oct. 11. Mr and Mrs Thomas Loats visited Sunday in the home of their son, the Art Loats family at Spencer. The Dan Oberholtzers had as weekend guests his parents, the Sherman Oberholtzers of Mazon, 111. Gregory Miller had the misfortune to break his elbow this week and has it in a cast. Of course, his classmates are busy autographing it. Thursday was meeting day for Ruth circle of Ramsey Reformed church. The Harvey Isebrand family moved this past week into the house which they purchased recently from Darrel Beavers. The Methodist parsonage received a new coat of paint last week, with men from Titonka and Doan churches doing the work. Painters were Jerry Wubben, Roy Walrod, Art Peterson, A. C. Mil- tot, fed ftoovpf, ffowarr! fipnrks, Fred Jennings, Glon Larsen, Heiko fioekelfnan, Robert Boekelman, Allen Eden, Robert Ringsdorf, Gene krominga, Homer Downs, Forrest Willis, Merle Hoover. Pred Asa and Louis Hansen. The W.S.C.S. served the noon meal for the men. Those of Titonka Woman's club who attended the district meeting at Emmetsburg Tuesday were Mrs Wm. Schram, Mrs R. L. Krantz, Mrs Mary Budlong, Mrs Bonno Schutter, Mrs Sadie Den- Ion and Mrs Jay Budlong. The Don Michaelsons held a birthday supper for his mother, Mrs Mary Michaelson, last week. Other guests were her son, the Neal Michaelsons, her daughter, the Herb Nelsons, of Lone Rock, her granddaughter, t h e Tracy Stones and grandson, the Gary Michaelsons. Titonka W.S.C.S. of Methodist church met Wednesday at the church. Devotions were led by Mrs Wm. Speicher and program was given by Mrs Jay Budlong on "United Nations Family." Hostesses were Mrs Leo Richter, Mrs Robert Ringstert, Mrs ffecl .fen- nings and Mrs Harvey Graham. Mrs Mary Budlong spent the weekend in the home of her daughter, the Donald Buffingtons at Forest City. On Sunday, they drove to Redwing, Minn, and then on to McGregor along the Mississippi River to view the autumn leaves. The Doan Methodist church had family fellowship night Thursday evening. Hostesses were the Max Strattons, Lyle Alexanders, Fred Asas, Gordon Davidsons and Oscar Hammonds. The Arthur Dietrichs are on a •TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder Titonka Federated Club met at the home of Mrs Ted Dunmire Thursday evening, with Mrs Leland Schroeder as co-hostess. Mrs Walter Baade gave a book review on "The Making of the President", by Theodore H. White. Mrs Wm. Orthel presented the lesson on party ideas for United Nations Week. There were 30 members at this meeting. There was an all church welcome fellowship for public school administrators and teachers at Titonka Methodist church Sunday evening. The teachers were introduced by Supt. Brott. Special colored slides on European travel were presented by Mr and Mrs Harold Gartner covering their trip Look Ahead ...w/ten you look for a loan on land! YOU'LL FACE the future with greater confidence if you have such look-ahead features as low payments, long terms and the privilege of payment at any time in advance without penalty. A Land Bank Loan may be used to buy land, pay off debts, make improvements or for other purposes. Come in today...be ready for tomorrow. Federal Land Bank Association (South of Penneys in Algona) Mondays & Wednesdays are preferred days for office calls, in Algona (Tues.—Fri. in Forest City) Eugene H. 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Bancroft, Iowa Walter Vaudt Whirtemore, Iowa Calvin Vaudt Fenton, Iowa Glenn Opheim Emrnetiburg, Iowa Arend Swalvo Buffalo Center, Iowa Loren Auke* Buffalo Center, Iowa Klein'* Farm Supply Algona, Iowa Robinson Product Wesley, Iowa OR George L. Eden Swea City, Iowa Lester Gray Buffalo Center, Iowa James Mayne Ledyard, Iowa Wm. Larson Lakota, Iowa Howard Wohler* Algona, Iowa WHITTEMORE HATCHERY n dny vnratiofi nt thr> hmtiP of their son, the Wendol Dietrichs in Caroltown, Texas. The Ted Dunmires entertained Sunday at a dinner for their daughter, Thea's birthday. Present were the Wilbur Sextons, the Donald Dallmans and Mr Herman Schuldt of Garner. LEDYARD NEWS Piny Rrhearsal Junior class play rehearsal has begun for the play "The Decision on Ramey Scott", a three act comedy. High school students in the cast are Ronald Jorgenson, Barbara Farrow, Janelle Johnson, Linda Pingcl, S. R. Payne, Gail Bauman, Judy Ingelbritsen, Roberta Wcnl- worth, Becky Blome, Diane Doocy and Marilyn Johnson, other characters will be played by Patty Mayne, Sherry Klinksiek, Ann Carpenter, Paul S c h a u m b erg, Mary Stephas, Marsha Orvick, Richard Stephas and Dale Brandl. The play is under the direction of Mrs Daisy Errikla. Tuesday, Otfotar 16, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Be* Mo!n«-3 visited at Jrffors, Hnlloway and Cosmos, Minn, recently. Mr and Mrs lloroprt Hoonkon and bnys and Mrs Warrior noon- ken of Buffalo Center visited Rev. and Mrs Leonard Boonkon and family al LaCrosse. \Vis. over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Irvln Brandl sponl several days in northern Minnesota fishing. The Herman Brandts stayed with (lie Brandl hoys <lur ing their parents' absence. bain hoy. Mrs Carman is the former Oeloris I'dstuen, daughter of Hie Orrip tMstuens. Mi ,m f l Mi" l.oe F.iohhorn arc pan-tils df ;i Itiihy girl horn Oct. '2. She h is been named Lisa Mario. Mi"; Fiokhorn is the former Jeanette Hirhter, daughter of Iho Olio Pu'htors. Thr HrlvUuh I ml go is fnlloctini* oli I sport ados ami if you will le:ne them with Mrs Eli/aboth Mr and Mrs Charles Carman of j Post she \\ill sro that thry are sen! In the proper plaro. , \.,..i:^t^:^K.^: l Xff;ff^yA ~' IN OUR NEWLY-REMODELED BUILDING ... AT 520 SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET FRIDAY - 9 a.m. - I 0 p.m. and SATURDAY - 3 a.m. - Noon OCTOBER WE'LL ALL BE HERE TO GREET YOU . . . .a GAYLE STUDER HOWARD MILLER DON DEAL "*••'», ' .. •• . j> £.4,1. ' •.' ' •'.':>,,«, NORMA GREEN Phone 4161 WHITTIMQRi, IOWA EVERETT ACKERSON BOB SIGSBEE I; ' ^ 1 1 v GEORGE BROESDER COFFEE, DOUGHNUTS AND COOKIES! GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! Drawings For These Door Prizes: 4—Place 16-Piece Setting Of Bavarian China By Schuman. '/2 Ton Of Water Softener Salt. 15 Lb. Box Of Laundry Soap. LINDSAY SOFT OF ALGONA

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