facts Tkat Every Hog Kaiser Should Know SOMETIMES PEOPIE have the idea that the heavy-museled meat type started just yesterday or last month. The interest in meat type hogs .- n the middle thirties. By 1935 we had lost a great deal of our Si »»™* $> * 5 f ,° ™ 4 ? ° Ur lord e *P° rts were ron " in 9 trom 7 »<> 14 per cent of our annual production, as compared to the 1925-30 period when we were exporting 29 to 34 per cent of our annual production; During the late thirties, soybean production began its fabulous growth t io,; n ' reased , domestic su PP'y °t fate and oils. Soybean oil production 00o'bs. am '° 39 ' 000 ' 000 lbs " where « by 1952, it was 2,478,000,- we£ht, ''Hi" 16 "^ ° f ttnimal "B'toto"* began talking and P r° blem . '" * he /30V Dean H " H " Kilde * of Iowa State ! m ?? nfl ^ lth P rodueers and P'««sors in the late inf ^ med} «»« h °9 and marketing hogs at lighter »h* Art" ?. eeemberII7 ' 1941, World War II broke out and we had forces in the Atlantic as well as the Pacific. During this period, the cheap vegetable the%Tl C "L°n»V f ° m the S ° Ufh PaCifiC ' We ™ re f;edi "9 ™ ShT«"d LnJ ^ LA ° untnes . we w , ere occupying as well as ourselves. At the war's for thelS« ?L m t f °u ST" 1 ? that £0uld "' t P"> du£e su » ieie »» food for themselves. The Marshall Plan became a means to take care of them. B r 0 bUmA C ° Uld S66 the fat and oil *»»«»'«>" becoming a problem. Again work was started to market hogs at lighter weiahts and c P onfc om6ati T r CU V° r - the hOUS6Wife - Just ab ° u > »hif Hme the 9 Korean conf S T,t * KeSP '" mind that dur!n 9 World War » «» d ^e Korean 6? 1953. P rocessors operated under price ceilings up until February of m - "' * hJere has been a ferrific cha "9« in our method of merchandising meat products. We have seen a great growth in suuer markets and last year they did 48 per cent of the cojntr/s MEAT TODAY HAS TO SELL ON ITS OWN MERITS. QUALITY AND EYE APPEAL ARE THUS VITAL Why Are We Running These Ads? Hog buying and the sup. plying of pork to packers Is our business. We realize both the problems faced by the raisers of pork, AMD the desires on the part of packers to supply the type of product IN DEMAND by the consuming public. This series of ads is our contribution to the effort toward raising , hogs that will bring the pork raiser more money ,and also to emphasize that we here at WESTERN BUYERS not only WANT Meat - Type Hogs but will PAY A PREMIUM TO GET THEM1 We supply over 200 packers in all sections of the U. S. and because of that fact the hog raiser will find his BEST MARKET is with Western Buyers, when he sells. AT THE LEFT - THE MEAT-TYPE HOG AT RIGHT - THE AVERAGE FAT HOG The Meaty Hog on the left has more length and carries its width quite uniformly. The hog at the tight tends to be narrower through the shoulder and ham area. A comparison of these two hogs shows the muscling and fat covering. PREMIUM PRICES ON MEAT-TYPE HOGS Your Best Market Is Western Buyers! Call Us And We'll Come To Your Farm, Tell You Your Amount of Premium, With Hogs To Be Delivered Friday PHONE 107 WESTERN BUYERS MEAT TYPE FRIDAY IS M-DAY $ PREMIUM PRICES $ SEE US FIRST WESTERN BUYERS PHONI 107 -, PREMIUM PRICES -, AlOONA AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1955 VOL 92 - NO. 25 Whittemore Girl Is Bride Of Wesley Man In Omaha Sfeier-Bode Nuptials Held On June Ufh Whittemore—St. Peter's Coth- fclic church in Omaha, was the Scene of a beautiful wedding Snt- Urday, when Katherine Steier daughter of Mr and Mrs John bteier of Whittemore, and Mark Joseph Bode, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Bode of Wesley, were married in a double ring cere- fpony, Rev. Ralph O'Donnell Officiating at the 8 o'clock Mass. .Mrs Elmer Steier sang, "Avia Maria", "On This Beautiful Day " Oh Beautiful Mother," and iPams Angelius." Acolytes were Jimmie Steier, nephe of the bride dnd Edward Carroll, both of Omaha. I The bride, given in marriage >y her father, wore a white waltz ?ngth dress of net. over taffeta, he fitted strapless bodice had a iover up jacket with dainty collar and sleeves. The full skirt was made to look like a tunic in front and a plain belom, and the entire skirt in- the back was covered with ruffels. Her fingertip veil was caught with a half hat with lace with jewel embroidery. The bride carried a cas- ADVERTISING In the AJgoni Upper Des Moines reaches more lamiues to Kossuth county than .any other nublication WONWR SHOWPLACI CLEAR LAKBTlOVW? FRIDAY. JUNE 24th R. C. A. Victor Recording Artists Six Fat Dutchmen SATURDAY, JUNE 25th EDDIE ALLEN And His Orchestra H SATURDAY,"JUNE 2S V 9 to 1 JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra WEDNESDAY, j'uNE 29th Teen Age Dance Country Clubbers THE COMMANDERS cade of white roses and hor jewel ry was a single strand of pearls and matching earrings, a gift o the bridegroom. Her sister, Mary Steier, was maid of honor. The bridegroom was attended by Hugh Hayerly, a friend from Wesley, and ushers were Elmer Sleier and Ben Schrauth. A breakfast was served to 40 guests at the Paxton Hotel, in Omaha, and a reception was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mr and Mrs L. P. Mach to 75 guests. The bride was a graduate Jrom Presentation Academy and is now employed with an insurance firm in Omaha. The bridegroom is a graduate from the Britt high school and served in the navy from which he received his honorable discharge* He is employed by Rorick Co;*, struction Company in Omaha. They will make their home in Omaha. Birthday Parly A number of relatives and neighbors gathered at the Gerald Ollom home Tuesday night, June 14, to help Mrs Ollom celebrate ier birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Floyd Gardner, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Rosella Voigt and Ewald Voigt of Algona; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and daughter Helen Lynette, of Albert Lea; Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt Mr and Mrs Archie*'Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and son David, and daughter Patricia, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny, and daughter Kay Frances, Mrs Ruth Schultz, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons David and Dean, and Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons Brian, Craig and Kent, of here. The evening was spent playing cards, which was followed by a lunch. Mr & Mrs Roger Will PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Friday, June 24 JERRY DOSTAL Sunday, June 26 LUCILLE GAHLER Friday, July 1 ANN'S ACC. BAND Sunday, July 3 VANCE DIXON Friday, July 8 ANDY DOLL No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and sons Everett and Earl, and daughters Ella Rae and Yvonne, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons David and Dean, and Mr 'and Mrs Paul Potratz and family of here attended the Potratz reunion at Westgate, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanette, and son Everett, and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith visited with Mr and Mrs Donald Hurlburt at Iowa Falls, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Reinhard Zimmermann and son Mark, returned to their home at Curtiss, Neb. June 22, after visiting here with relatives for two weeks. Mr Zimmermann was accompanied here by his mother, Mrs Freda Zjmmennann, who had spent a week at the home of her son. Rev Zimmermann assisted Rev, Paul G. Weinhold here at St. Paul's Sunday morning with the communion services. Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were Mr and Mrs Marvin Horr of Miami, Ariz.; Mrs Amelda Wermersen und daughter Jeanne, of Tucson; Rev. and Mrs Reinhard Zimmermann and son Mark, of Curtiss Neb.; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and daughters Shari Ann and Helen Lynette, and son Garry, or L A r lb ,'; rt k ea ' Minn -; Mr a "d Mrs Walter Thompson of Lone Rock- Gustie Lavrenz of Algona; Mrs I Elmer Ostwald and Eunice Maahs of here, Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert attended the -graduation review of the recruit training command o! .. the , Grcat Lake Training Station, Waukegan, 111., last week Saturday. Their son Darrell was one of eight honored men to receive the honored awards. Before entering the navy, Darrell graduated from the Seminary at Donaldson, Ind. and went on to receive three years of college education at the Sacred Heart Monastery at Hales Corner, Wis Darrell arrived home here Saturday, having a 14 day leave, and A recently married couple, Mr and Mrs Roger Will, are shown m the above photo. Mrs Will is the former Beverly Harvey daughter M ' S hales - Ha ' y ' A 'g° na ' and the bridegroom if the Wecanhave a >/> r. „/ /. - /*«F=J^ the development of your business. Mfe uw x te u require* Safe - Confidential - Friendly Iowa State Bank Algona Member F*d*raj Dtpoii) Imuranc* Corporation will report July 3, at Norfolk Va., with the Naval Bureau Per- onnal. Martin (Butch) Potratz, Hugh Duffy, Marcellus Kollasch, Leo Fan-ell and Bill (Red) Lane left Friday afternoon for St. Louis, to take in the ball games of the Brooklyn Dodgers and St. Louis They returned home Monday. In a deal made Thursday Geo. Meyer purchased the late Mr and Mrs J. H. Helmke home in the southwest part of town, and on Friday George J. Elbert bought the late Mr and Mrs L. Gockley home in the southeast part of town. Monday morning Herman Voigt bought the tenant house of Mrs Amanda Ruhnke in the northeast part of Whittemore. Mrs Eugene Maahs and sons of Duluth, Minn, is spending a two week vacation here with relatives while her husband, Lt. Eugene Maahs, is finding a house for his family, as they had to move. The home they lived in was sold. Mr Maahs is stationed at the Municipal Airport in Duluth. Charlotte Meier, student nurse at the Naeve ho.sp.jtyl at Albert Ley, spent the '"Weekend here with her parents. Mr und Mrs Werner Braatz and family of Tripoli, Iowa are spending his vacation here at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe spent several days last week at Deer Park, Wis. at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Harold Espe. A/2C Eugene Thill, who was in the Air Force at Waco, Texas, is home, on a 14 day leave, with his parents, Mr and Mrs Alike Thill, and will report at New York, July 2, for overseas assignment. Others, who were at the parental home, were Arlene Thill of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Donald Thill and family erf Charles City; and Mr and M^S George Lee of Humboldt. Emmogene Ostwalt, student at St. Pa'rick's school in Momence, 111. is spending her summer vacation here with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter J. Fuchsen. Mr and Mrs Andrew E. Elbert' had as overnight guests at their home last Wednesday: George Kronick, Arthur Klede, Paul Sehmilt and Raymond Ludwig, all of whom attended St. Bernard's Seminary at Dubuque. On Thursday morning the four boys and Armand Elbert, Louis Kollasch, Charles Bormann Jr. and Cletus Besch attended the first Mass of Rev. Thieie at Ashton, and the first Mass of Rev. Patrick Bacon, on Sunday morning in Des Moines. The boys are all in Omaha, Neb., attending summer school at Creighton University. Mrs Winfield Carlisle is in Des Moines, where she is attending a week at a cooking school institute. Mr and Mrs Harold Kunz of Carroll are visiting at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell. Mr and Mrs Wilbert Haber- kamp and family of Roselle, 111. are spending their vacation at the parental home of Mr and Mrs H. W. Behnke here. They took' a week trip to Lake Ada, in northern Minnesota, to try their luck at fishing. Upon their return they will be accompanied by Mr and Mrs Behnke, who will visit relatives at Roselle and Chicago. Mr Behnke will also attend a class reunion at Teachers College at River Forest, 111., to celebrate , the 50th anniversary of Mr Behnke'.s graduation from college. Teacher and Mrs Werner Horn and family of Homstead, Iowa were callers at the home of Mr and Mrs H. W. Behnke last Saturday. Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Rose la Voigt and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona; and Mr md Mrs Raymond Voigt and amily and Mr and Mrs Milton Ivspe and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the lome of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Walter Gockh-y •eturned to their home in New York, Saturday, spending two weeks here at the home of Mr :nd Mrs J. M. Fleming, und look- ne, after business mutters. Virginia Carlin of Des Moines pent lust weekend here with Mind Mrs Edmund Elbert und on loncluy she accompanied Mrs Elsert and sons, Mrs Leroy Farrell and Miss Florence Kollasch to Des Moines, where the latter three visited at the home of Mrs Fan-ell's daughter, Mr and Mrs Dell Holler. A number of relatives helped Mrs Herbert Zumuch celebrate her birthday lust Sunday. Pre, sent were Mrs Anna Dau, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mi and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr und Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, of here; Mr and Mrs Frank Jergens and family of West. Bend; and Mr and Mrs Ernest Bernuu und family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Elcion Rae, spent from Tues- duy until Thursday visiting at the homes of Mr and Mrs Floyd Maaha, Mr and Mrs Erhurdt Meyer and Mr und Mrs Paul Maahs ut Brookfield, Mo. The women are sisters of Mr Meyer; West Bend OK's New School Area The West Bend school area, voting on a new community school district, approved the idea by a vote of 166 to 26, in a special election at West Bend June 10. The district formerly had 68 sections of land. The vote will now expand the district to 71 sections in Humboldt, Kossuth and Palo Altd counties. Mr and Mrs Chris Gelhaus and Mr and Mrs Ralph Johnson went to Lusk, Wyo. for the weekend to visit Mrs A. H. Beejn.
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