Aleono (la.) Upp«r D., Molne* Tue.day, Aug u*» H 1965 Livermore Couple To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Friders of Livermore wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty, above, to Kenneth Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes, also of Liverhiore. Miss Friders is a 1965 graduate of Garrigan high school in Algona. Mr. Smith is employed on the Kenneth Underberg farm. A fall wedding is planned. points east. - oi A family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen honored their house guests, their son, Mr. and Mrs. James Jergensen and two girls of Milwaukee, Wis., on vacation here. Other children here were the Kenneth Larsons, Des Moines, the Chas. Bastians, Vincent and Irvin Jer- gensens, LuVerne. The Larsons brought a camper trailer that took care of the sleeping of the families and children. The Memorial Society held their August 12 meeting at the LuVerne town hall with the president, Mrs. Anne Smith, presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Sadie Wagner and Mrs. Clara McClellan. Bingo with prizes was played in charge of the hostesses. Mrs. William Hedrick was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Cox had as dinner guests recently, Mr. and Mrs. Hosmar Law, Park Ridge, suburb of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs, Roger Heiter and boys of Humboldt and Mrs. Dean Haughn and Leslie, Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Heiter and Mrs. Haughn are daughters of the John Cox's. Mr, and Mrs . Joe Wahrer, daughters Elaine and Karen of Des Moines were lunch guests of her brother, Bert Ramus. WEDDING Miss Mary I. Haak, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Lawrence Haak of Melbourne, and Carl Onken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Onken of Tipton, both working for the Peace Corps in West Africa, were married in St. Augustine's Chapel, Sierra Leone, West Africa on July 15, The bridegroom's parents were in attendance. After an extended trip through North Africa, Morocco and the Mediterranean, Mr, and Mrs, Onken will be teaching in Kayuma Secondary School, via Bo, Sierra Leone, West Africa, Smith-Lloyd Nuptial Vows At Lakota The wedding of Marsha L. Smith and Eugene J. Lloyd was . solemnized the afternoon of Aug. 1 at First Presbyterian church in Lakota. The Rev. John Reiners officated for the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith of Lakota are parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lloyd of Ledyard are the groom's parents. Ranae Lloyd, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Bonnie Udstien was bridesmaid. Attending the groom were the bride's brother, Darwin, as best man and Ronald Johnson as groomsman. A 3 p. m. reception was held in the church parlors. After a wedding trip to Lake Okoboji, the newlyweds are at home in Lakota. Both the bride and groom attended Ledyard Community school. The groom is employed at the Ledyard Farmers Elevator. , Masters Degree To Daughter, LuVerne Supt. LUVERNE - Supt. and Mrs. L. B. Shelton returned last week from Stiliwater, Oklahoma, where they visited their daughter, Miss Marlene Shelton. Miss Shelton was graduated August 7, from the Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma at Stiliwater with a master of science degree. She has a position at Stevens College, Columbia, Mo. On this trip the Sheltons visited their son, Lee, in Pittsburg and other Take your pick from a wide selection of snappy casuals and elegant dress styles ... fur trims and great scarves . . . lush cashmere and imported tweeds . Misses', junior sizes. $32.60 '# ft! i $95 I Petit. Impeccably tailored by JoMOOR in Hockonum's point, lavishly collared with natural mink Black brown, taupe, banker's grey. m i dnigh , blue Sizes 6 to 16. Loopy wool souffle is fashioned by JoMOOR into charming coat with flattering details. Black, royal blue, camel, green, red. Sizes 6 to 16.
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