The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1955
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Baade-Korfe Nuptials, Mar. 6 Held, Titonka By Mrs (Seorge Sachaii Tilonka—Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka was the setting for the marriage of Violet Badde. daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Baade, to Kenzy Korte, son of M'f and Mrs Henry.Korte of Titbnka Sunday evening, March 6, at 7 o'clock in the evening. The double ring ceremony was performed by candlelight by Rev. B. H. Schwerin. Nuptial .music was provided by Doris Hipp who also accompanied Mrs Burton Schwerin who sang "O Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer". <. , The bride, given in marriage by her father^ wore a floor length gown fashioned "with a fitted bodice of Chantilly lace over taffeta, having long fitted sleeves tapering over her wrists and a deep V-neckline» With stand up collar. The skirt had a center front cascade of nylon tulle ruffles and a junior train. Her circular veil of'pure silk imported illusion was held in place by.a "Templet" head • 'piece heavily embroidered with irredescent Sequins and beads. Her only jewelry was rhinestone earrings a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a white Bible, on which lay a orchid with satin and lace streamers. Patsy Korte, sister of the bridegroom, was maid,of honor. Betty Carlson, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. The bridegroom's ", attendants were Dean Korte,, brother ox the bridegroom and Merle Peterspn, friend of the bridegroom. Ushers were Dick Gerdis arid Guy Carlson, f Candlelighters were M a r 1 y s Stecker, and Marcene Hanna, friends of the bride. . A reception for 150 guests'was held in the chufch'parlors follow-! ing the wedding. Centerjng the bridal table which was decorated with lavender and yellow was a four-tiered wedding cake topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom and decorated with orchid flowers. After the bride and bridegroom had'Cut the first piece of cake, an aunt of the bridegroom Mrs Tony Buns, of Woden; cut and served • the cake to the guests. Mrs Mary Young, neighbor of the bride, poured. Phyllis Swyter, Titonka; and Shirley Eden of Wesjey helped with the unwrapping of the gifts, and Mrs Donald Hines of Woden had charge of the guest book. Waitresses were Glorian Tjarks,' Gertrude Harms, Sharon O'Keefp and Elaine Sonnenburg and Sharon Schutjer. The bridal couple is well known to the Titonkaj community, having' lived here most.of their lives. Mrs Korte graduated from • Titonka. High School and attended college at Minneapolis. She is nt present a clerk at the Bonacker Super Value and will resume her work after a short wedding trip. Mr Korte graduated from the Titonka High School and has been assisting his father in the carpenter work. They will make their home in Titonka after a short wedding trip. 140 Al Shower Miss Violet Baade, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Henry Baade, was honored at a shower Monday evening at the Good Hope Lutheran parlors \yith about 140 gue»ts present. Miss Verln Brandt was master of ceremonies and a skit was put on by Betty Carlson, Mur- cene Hanna,' Myrna Norland. Ardith Schutter, M.arlene Stecker, Doris Hipp, Verla Brandt, Rhonda Hammond and Lora Lee Willemssen. A piano solo by Doris Hipp, reading by Sheryll Hnnna and another skit by Ardith Schutter and Lorn Lee Willarns- sen. The bride-to-be was assisted by Butty Carlson and Patsy Korte in the unwrapping of the many beautiful gifts. Lunch was served by a \«.v of her friends and nt'iffhbors us hoslesst's. Miss Bu;ide was married to Kcnzy Kurte on Sunday evening March 0, at 7 o'clock. Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen spent Sunday at the home of their son Forrest Hansen and family in Al- gona. The occasion was his birth • day. Mrs Rehtje Pannkuk is recu-» osi'ating at the home of her daughter Mrs Telko Stecker. She was a patient at Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Henry Orthel left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga-, ; where they will visit their son, Billy,' who is stationed there , in the armed •• services. They also plan ! .o spend a few, days ; with Mrs' Mable Peterson' at Glearwater, Florida. " • ' ; • , ' Mrs : Virgil Miller went to Austin, Minn. Tuesday morning to care for the children of her sister Mrs Emery Hovfeland while Mrs Hovel and 'and I baby are in the hospital. Mrs Stanley Harris is assisting at the Bonacker food market. George is about on crutches .after he tote the ligaments- in his iknee ''• Tuesday evening. .. Glenn Miller who has been town marshal! has resigned his position which took effect March 1. His successor has not yet been named. ' , „,. Open house was -held for win. Stott who was 80 years' young on (Thursday March's. He received,a lot of cards and many of hi? friends called during the afternoon and evening. . •"> i- : Mrs George Sachau a§sisted in the Intermill store Wednesday when both Mr ; Intermill; and Lilah Attig- the. helper, were home sick with the flu.; . • Mr and Mrs Lester Schoenrock of New Richland, Minn, were Sunday guests at the; Home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Nothwehr'and sons. Earl Zwiefel and Levant Moore took Rev. and Mrs Willis Phelps? and family to .Arries. Monday where they .left-by train for their home in Colorado. While !n Ames they called at the hoirtt of Mrs John Zwiefel, Earl's- aunt •Mr an'd Mrs George Sachau and Phyllis were Saturday even-' ing visitors of Mr and Mrs Julius Teshch of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Robert H: Spear are the parents of a baby daughter born Friday, March 4, at the Buffalo Center' hospital. The little- miss will be named Sharon Kay and she 'weighed 8 Ib. 4 oz. Donald Baade, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Baade, arrived Sun- awha was Tuesday visitor of her uother Mrs Edna Richter. . Mrs Clarence Schutjer came name from the Park hospital in Mason City Thursday, where she has been a patient the .past two months. "',.:. The Red CrpsS drive got underway with a -meeting 1 6t the home of 'MrS J. JflL Schutjer' with .two chairmen and 10 workers present. Mrs; "Schutjer and Mrs Wilbur Schra'rn; Working as co-chairmen hope to fihisli up the drive by tho* end-of*'this'week. Workers were Hidwardj Sathoff, Kenneth Swan and Sehu's Isebrand for the business district and Elsie Anderson, Annabells Swan, Francis Ginrich, Minnie arid Alice Pannkuk, Margaret Lang Dorothy Nothwehr, and Theresa Baade for the residential district. .Mr and Mrs,Merlin Isebrand of Chicago visited "Friday evening snd;Saturday'.with- Merlin's parents Mr 'arid^Mrs Senus Isebrand. THey came ' by way of Kansas City, Mo.* and at Omaha where they : visited another of Merlin's sister and family there. Mr and Mrs Isebrand also had as their guests . Friday evening Morris, Richard and the Herbert Isebrand families.- '- FOURTH When Mr and Mrs J. B. Fausch of Madrid recently observed their 50th wedding anniversary, it marked the fourth time within the past few years that a. member oi the John • Allem'ah : family had observed. a golden .wedding an- Luxemburg Bros. Are Visitors In Bancroft Home By Mrs Laurence Befgman Bancroft — Alfred . Weber 'spent a week in Dubuque with relatives. Two of his uncles, the Wagner brothers of Luxemburg, returned with hinv for, a visit at the* W. W. .Weber home returning to Waterloo; Monday with v Cletus Weber who spent the week end at the. W, W, Weber home. Mrs Rose 'Ddocy, Mrs Elizabeth Lampe, Mr,s Rose , Murphy ; and Mrs Mary Ferguson spent Sunday at Lake Grty helping; Mrs Kate Smith celebrate her birthday. Mrs Smith is' Mrs Ferguson's mother. • Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman entertained at dinner Sunday for Kenneth McGuire,- Alice and Kay Menke. •••••'• Mr and Mrs Alfred Menke en- 'tet-tairted- a.larg(§' group of relative's and; friends at dinner Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss spent Sunday in Mason City with Miss Roselee Dorr and Ralph Dorr. family. Mr and Mrs Richard and Mr and Mrs Ralph spent from Monday until Thursday in Des Moines and with Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing. Mr and Mrs Don Boeckholt are the parents of a daughter born recently in St. Ann hospital, Al- gona. Mrs Perry Torine entertained 50 ladies at a party Monday afternoon at the Bess Petersotj iHotrte. Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and family, Fort Dodge, spent 1 Sun* day at the Perry Torirfe Horne., Sister Leonice, a patient of St. Ann hospital the past week, re* turned Sunday to' the ConVetit. Mrs Mamie Murphy, Lone Rock, spent several days with her sister- in-law Mrs Rose Murphy. Menke Menke 3 In Race For Swea School Post Swea City — Interest in the school election here picked up during last this ,week. Earl Kvamsdale of Harrison township has filed as a ' candidate for a place on the Board of Education, and Roland Johnson present chairman of the >oard and Lowell Larson have filed • to , succeed themselves. On Carrier in "Chinese Waters FORMOSA (FHTNC) — Aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS -Essex is Ronald J. Peterson, lithographer's ^mate third class, USN, of 14% East st.;,Algona. The Essex participated in , evacuation of the Tachen Islands off ;the coast of China. OFFICE SUPPLIES—For general office supplies, visit the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. or phone 1100. Ask Curb Here On Litterbugs Mayor Linda Clapsaddle is seeking the aid of all citizens of Algona in her attempt to stop the littering of local streets and alleys. Strict enforcement of ordinance 315, which deals with hauling of waste materials, a request for cooperation of all citizens, and a proclamation are among steps being taken to rid the streets, alleys and public property of trash and garbage. Many complaints have been received by city officials about the trash problem, calling for strict action by the City. All persons are asked to keep their eyes open, and report immediately to the police the license number of any vehicle which loses any part of its load on the street. • It is important that any person or firm hauling garbage should keep the entire load in the car or truck, and it must be covered to prevent any loss due to the wind, etc., while enroute to the dump. The hauling ordinance has teeth in it, and they will be used when necessary. Failure to comply with the law will subject the violator to a jail sentence of 30 days or a fine of $100, or both The champion bull of the Polled Shorthorn -show at Omaha recently, consigned by Otto Johnson of Lohrville, brought $1,500 at auction,.' Thursday, March 10, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper Dei Mofne*-§ Two operators ready to serve you. Evelyn Peterson and Rosalie Burgess. Permanent Special Regular £10.00 Permanent 7.95 Regular $12.50 & S15.00 Permanent 9.95 DOWNTOWN BEAUTY Welcome 4-H Club Boys and Girls To Algona Saturday. WB will have as Special Guests That Day — The Wesley Wizards- Leader, Mrs. Ralph Tjaden. Wesley; President, Marlys Goo?*; Wesley; V. P., Catherine Girret, Wesley. day for' the wedding of his sister Violet and Kinsy Korte. He is stationed at Fort Bank in Boston, Mass., with the Army. He will have a 30 .day furlough after which he will be sent overseas. Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family were Sunday visitors ,at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry VanHov.e. Mr and Mrs _ Marvin Penning are the parents of a baby boy born Thursday, March 3, at the St. Ann hospital in Algdna. The baby has been named puane Keith, and came to play with his brothers Darrell and Darwin.' Betty Hatten entertained 10th grade girls at a slumbei party at the home of her.parents Mr and Mrs Elrby Hatten Thursday evening. ' Mr and Mrs Fred Thacker am Mr and Mrs Louis.Natti atf *ffieT gfrls State" basketball at Des Moines.Thursday. .. t Mrs Alice Biersfbrd of Kan gam elcome FANCY CHEROKEE WHITES CHEES'ns PREM PRICE GOODTHRUMAlW&th SHORTENING 3 Lit. Can 69c We just have three truck loads GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Any brand wifh a $5.00 order SMOKED HAM CURED 6 to 8. Lb. THURSDAY, MARCH 17 Adm.: 51.50 — Tax Included Club Girls & Boys While You're In Algona Saturday We'd Like You To Enjoy A Good Meal or a Snack at Our Place across the street south of the Courthouse. new Russ Morgan COMING Thurs., March 10 Vikings Sat., March 12 Earl Hughes Sat., March 19 Guy DeLeo A Pleasant Place With Friendly Service! F/PEStf C7?/SP EVERYDAY FLAV-R-PAC 29c Ground Beef 3lbs SWEDISH IO-OZ.PK&. 29 U. S. "GOOD" BEEF CHUCK ROASTS FISH STICKS 39 C 10-Oz. PKG. HOUSEHOLD LB. * * " 600D " AND 49c MUM ami CLUB So SWIFT'S PREMIUM MB. CELLO PKG, BANANAS FANCY GOLDEN* RIPE Corn, Peas, Red Beans, Kraut, Green Beans 7 2 IBS. FLORIDA RED or WHITE GRAPEFRUIT J 96* Size «JOV OXVDOL CHEER ORE FT ~^™«^^™™i 5 — . — Oranges 2 dozen CALIFORNIA NAVELS FANCY SOLID Head lettuce^

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