The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 6
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6-A!g6no (lo.) Upper Des Moines Thursdoy, October 13, 1955 Memorial RileS Ballard-Doughan Nuptials For Tifonka Marine, Oct. 9 A Memorial funeral service was held Sunday afternoon. Oct. 9. for Pfc. Joie Korte. son of Mi ;.iv.) Mrs Henry Korte. Sr. of Titonka. Iowa fn the Methodist church at Titonka. Joie Korte was killed in action in the Korean War on Nov. 27. 1950. His body just recently re- tuined to the United States, arrived in Titonka on Saturday. Oct. fl. JUJP Korte was born on Dec. 2fi. 1928 in Woden. Iowa. The family moved to Titonka where Joie received most of his education. He was baptized in the Presbyterian Church at Woden. Pfc. Korte was serving a second enlistment in the United Slates Marine Corps at the time of his death. During his first enlistment he was united in marriage 10 Miss Romona Clark of Seattle, Wash., who survives him. Also surviving him arc his parents of Titonka, four brothers. Henry Jr. and Merle of Albuquerque. N. M.; Dean and Kenny 01 Tilonka, and one sister, Patsy Korte of Des Moines. Pallbearers were George and Kdward Uken, John Hamilton, Raymond Baade. and Duane Higgins. Marine Michael E. Schmidt was the official escort for the body. Taps at the cemetery was played by Douglas Swan. Algona Airport Log _ Sept. 30 -•- Steffan Construction Co., Des Moines, Bonanza landed: Jay Peterson, Des Moines, arrived in Cessna 140. Ocl. 3 — Cecil Krause. Audubon, landed in Tri-Pacer: Cassaday Refrigeration, Des Moines, Bonanza landed. Oct. 4 — McCullough air ambulance round trip to Iowa City. Ocl. 5 — McCullough air ambulance round trip to Mitchell, So. Dak. Oct. 6 — McCullough Air Am- bularice. round trip to Mitchell, So. Dak. Oct. 7 — McCullough Air Ambulance, round trip to St. Cloud, Minn. Oct. 8 — Stan Donnelly, White Bear Lake, Minn., landed. Ocl. 10 — Major House and inspection party of Iowa National Guard, Be/one, landed in L-17 Mr and Mrs Philip L. Ballard, pictured above, were married Saturday. Oct. !, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Wesley. She is the former Nancy Ann Doughan. daughter of Vincent, Doughan 50 At Meeting Of Nat'l Farm Group Here A mroling. first in this imme- (Inito ;irca. of tlv. 1 newly-formed N;ition;tl Fiinn Orgnniziition, was held lost niuht (Wi-dnosclay) at Ilif Al.i-oiui Sales Burn. About 50 farmers were present, to hear Jay LojUiry. Corning, founder of the organi/ation. and Dnanc Orion, farmer from Atlantic, explain the objectives of the movement. According to Lophry. the organization has membership groups in about 100 rmmlio's in four states. "We are 100T- nonpolitical." lie said. "We only want the rest of the country to see things a little bit the farmers way." Lo.uhry stated that "100% of parity" for the farmer is a prime need] He said that at present such parity would mean $21.50 hogs, $1.75 corn, and $31.00 for top cattle. The two organizers were of the opinion that the slim attendance here was due to the fact that crops were by and large good in this area. Apparently, feelings for the organization are warmer in areas where crops have been poor this year. A SI.00 fee was asked of farmers for membership in the National Farm Organization, with headquarters in Corning, Iowa. til' ! B< i he Tit' gre, and poi:i . n>-"p Vkm alfr-iv.lr'd bis lirn- ,is best man ;md KogiT Oe- i of Frost.. Minn., cousin of bride and Melvin Hicks of nk;i. a cousin of. the bride- iin. served as ushers. ..llowinK the ceremony a reception was held in the church p;,.|,.i for 225 quests. Mrs Alfred. Julius of Lakola and Mrs Cecil T.I in:: Hi' Algona served the cake. Mrs Clarence Akkerman I. Miss Gertrude Harms, ,_ i of fhe bridegroom, was in charue of the suest book. Having rhariu' of the Rift table were Mrs Gli IMI Miller. Caroline Van Hove. My:th Akkerman, Sharon Carroll and Marlys Long. Preparing and ivrving the lunch were Mrs Clan nee Mechler. Mrs Elmer Mei'hler. Mrs Herman Harms, Mrs Eldon Attig. Mrs John Carroll and Mrs Raymond Balvance. A fitT a week's trip south they \\ill lir at home on a farm southeast nl Titonka. Mrs Uken is a K)fiH uradiuite of the Titonka high school and Mr Uken also attended the Titonka school and has seived two years in tin- armed services. and the late Margaret Lawler Doughan. Mr Ballard is the son of Mrs V. A. Robinson and the late Lyle Ballard of West. Bend. The couple are making their home in Alpona, where Mr Ballard is employed by Standard Oil. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) cal postoflice has It) employees. Dick Everds of Kslherville and Algona was also a Rotary speaker. He is stale chairman of the refugee replacement program, and outlined some of the procedure being followed in bringing refugee:-- to this country tor resettlement. It takes from six to nine months to process papers and get clearance for families and displaced persons to enter this country, a.s- suming they qualify. Postal Savings In Big Decrease Algona's first class postoffice did about $00.000 business during the last fiscal postoffice year. W. W. Sullivan, postmaster,'told the Rotary club. Monday noon. One of the unexplained changes in the P.O. business picture, however, the postmaster said, was the fact that postal savins accounts here have dropped from about $750.000 down to around $31,0,000 in the last several years. Algona's postoffice handles bc-t- ween 5 and 6 thousand pieces of outgoing mail daily, and about 7 thousand incoming pieces of mail on an average. At Christmas, of course, the total is much larger. At present there are 11 star routes, trains or highway post- officeS" "Serving Algona. The lo- The Lolls Crock Leader's 4-11 club held its meemg September 1!) at the Alfred Biersteclt home. Officers elected for the coming year are David Erickson, president; James Bierstedt, vice- president; Diane Wichtendahl, secretary - treasurer: Marlene Freyhult/. recreation: Sharon Wichtendahl. reporter. i Quality has everything in its favor including the price. DeBoer-Uken Wed In Titonka Ottosen — Sunday, Sept. 25, at 2:30 p.m., Miss Marlene DeBoer became the bride of Edward R. Uken. both of Titonka. The double ring ceremony was performed in the Methodist 'church by the Rev. Max Goldman. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted DeBoer and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs John Uken. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs H. W. Kitzinger played a prelude of organ music and accompanied the soloist. Miss Mary Ann Bartlett of Albert Lea, Minn. The bride given in marriage by her father wore a gown of slipper satin and chantilly lace fashioned with a fitted bodice and long tapering sleeves. Her full skirt was double net over satin with embroidered paillettes. Her fingertip illusion veil fell a nylon lace crown trim- with seed pearls. She car- an orchid surrounded by carnations. Her jewelry VFW Will Hear Service Officer Announcement, was made Monday by the local V.F.W. post of a special event at the local meeting hall Thursday, Oct. 20, at 8 p.m. Howard J. Cloe. Des Moines, Iowa V.F.W. service officer, will be present to discuss the rights, privileges and benefits of all veterans. There will also be a question and answer period when ;ill ex-servicemen can get advice :'rom Mr Cloe. drove In A Id en last week to visit; the former's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs William Hager. Mr Hager. 91, recently fell and suffered a broken hip. Mr and Mrs Richard Cart were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Henry Weiler and daughter Judy of Fort Madison. They will also have as guests. Oct. 22 Mr and Mrs Charles Schrupfer of Fort Madison. Mr and Mr Max Bast observed their 30(.h wedding anniversary Wednesday evening and had as guests at six-thirty dinner their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and family of Hminetsburg. Mrs Harold Keesee and Nancy spent last week at. Des Moines with her mother, Mrs R. B. Jegtevig, spent from May till August at hei former home in Norway. It had been forty years since she had been there. Guests of Mrs Sarah Geigel recently were Mr and Mrs John Nassus of Nashua and Mr and Mrs Lou Walz of Del Rae, Calif. While here they transacted business at Burt in connection with a farm owned by thorn. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman spent Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs Lowman's nephew, Mrs Katie Shroeder. In the afternoon the visitors and Mrs Schroeder and son Arthur, drove to Ringsted to visit Mr and Mrs Irvin KJatt. v Mr and Mrs Kenneth Harris were visited last week by the latter's parents, Mr ami Mrs Fred Chrislensen of Austin, Minn., who were enroute to California, to visit another son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Vernon Storm, former residents here. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hansen have returned from a vacation spent at Salt Lake City. Utah with Mrs Hanson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bakken at San Diego with Mr and Mrs Robert Mitlag at Houston, Tex. with another brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Orville Bakken and at Joplin. Mo., with Mr and Mrs Frank Baldwin. People get the most kick out of life who do the least kicking. HA.HD ON HIKERS Often motorists, are waiy about, picking up hitch hikers for stories have reported free-riders holding up drivers and making off with loot, in addition to the auto. Dar rell Gray of Davenport, a hitch hiker, grabbed a ride the other day heading for Arizona. At. a stop he got out to buy cigai cites. As he did the car sped oft. uilh Gray's personal belongings, lies still hunting for them. BACK~BnOKEN L. N. Martin of Mai ion, a railroad fireman, received a broken back last week, when a 1,000 pound steer charged him as he tried to turn it, away. The animal had escaped while being unloaded. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS from med ried white was a double strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Her bridesmaid was Miss Donna Akkerman. LOCALS Mrs Ezra Blanchard attended the wedding Sunday. Oct.9, of hei granddaughter Mareia Wolfe to Joseph Rcnner in the Lutheran church at Cedar Falls. 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