The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1956 · Page 31
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Jonuary 17,1956 illrjona Upper Srs j^loinrs Heart Attack Suffered By Whittemore Man Whittemdre—Simon Bonnstetter, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Bonnstetter of Whiltemore, suffered a slight heart attack Tuesday, and was rushed to the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, in the McCulloilgh ambulance plane. At last report he has improved slightly. Bonnie Jean, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt L. S, BOHANNON My family is great for winter sports: skating, skiing, tobogganing. My son cut p. girl badly with his skate runner. I've heard about Comprehensive Personal Liability Insurance — that it pays medical expenses of people you injure whether you are liable or not. Will it cover my entire family for only $8? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. was baptized Sunday at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Her sponsors were Mike and Nita Kelly of Pornefoy. Mr ahd Mfs ' Raymond Haugen of Algona, Mfs Pearl Hanson, Mr arid Mrs Arthur Hei- demvith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances, and son Danny were Tuesday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Milton Espe. Mr and Mfs firnie Meyer and son Eldon Ray of here, Mr and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and family of Lotts Creek helped Edward Potratz celebrate his 20th birthday Wednesday at the home 3t his parents, Mr and Mrs Her- oert Potratz. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanett, anfl son Everett of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, were entertained it pinochle at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here were Tuesday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Vpigt. Wednesday evening visitors with the Voigts were Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family. Alfred Bell, Norbert Zumach, and Martin Potratz of Whittemore, Clare Whyte and Maurice Knutson of Emmetsburg enjoyed several days of spearing fish at Bena, Minn. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and Mv and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray were entertained at cards last week Monday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. The Algona Upper Des Moincj fias the largest circulation in KoS' suth county of any publication. LuVerne O.E.S. Has Installation LuV«fn«M-4oint installation of the Masonic and O.E.S. Chapters Was held at Corvvith with A. A. Schipull, LuVerne, as installing officer and Jess Scott as installing marshal for the Masons. George Wolf, LuVerne, was installed as Worshipful Master, Bertie Ramus, LuVerne, Senior Warden, C. W. Hausewirth, Junior Warden, Earl Chambers, secretary, John Puffer, treasurer, John Mullms, chaplain, Jaspar Vaughn, senior deacon, David Johnson, Jr., junior deacon, Albert Fish, junior steward, Robert Hartwig, tyler. Lawrence Miller, LuVerne, is to be installed at a later date as senior steward. Mrs Leonard Mullins was installing officer. Mrs Lester Bons- tetter, installing marshal and Mrs Henry Maw, installing chaplain for the Eastern Stars. The following officers were installed: Mrs George Yoeinan. Worthy Matron, John Voss Jr., LuVerne, Worthy Patron, Mrs G. M. Will, LuVerne, associate matron, Mrs Charles Hamm, secretary, Mrs William Wood, treasurer, Mrs Jaspar Vaughn, chaplain, Mrs C. W. Hausewirth, marshal, Mrs John Vos;s Jr., LuVerne, conductress, Mrs John Puffer, associate conductress, Mrs Jack Richards, Adah, Mrs Gilbert Rowen, Lu- Verne, Ruth, Mrs B. E. Martin, LuVerne, Esther, Mrs Lee Williams, Martha, Mrs Paul Gorham, Electa, Mrs David Johnson Jr., warden and Mrs George Wolf. LuVerne, sentinel. BIRTHDAY One of Stacyville's oldest residents enjoyed a birthday recently, in the person of Charles Deck- PlVE-YEAR-OLO TOMMY WOODWHRO, OP BALTIMORE,MIX SYMBOLIZES foe NATION'S POLIO VICTIMS WMO STILL NEED THAN flSOO IN A1A/5CH of DIMES PONDS HAVE BEEN SPENT so FAR. FOR . TOMMY*! CARE.,. DOCTORS SAY HE'LL ' NEED CARE FOR. "YEARS TO COME" BEFORE HE CAN WALK WITHOUT CRUTCHES. SISTEft. LINDA SUE, 8, WAS ONE OP THE r, 000,000 CHILDREN WHO GOT MARCH of DIMES POLIO VACCINE IN 1955. HIS BIS AMBITIONS ARE TO BE A POLICEMAN WHEN HE WAS 14 MONTHS AND TO RUN {JUST LIKE «JUST WHEN HE WAS LEARNING TO WALK. CHARLIE' HIS OLD BROTHER. Sales Cars And Trucks Total 49, Two Weeks New car and truck sales during the past two weeks totaled 49 in Kossuth County, according to fig- ures from the- county treasurer's office. Owners of new vehicles are: Farm Economist Hopeful Pork Prices May Rise /its DAD, VEftyi. WOODWARD, IS A MARINE CORPS PACIFIC COMBAT VET ... HIS MOTHER HAS BEEN A MARCH of DIMES VOLUNTEER FOR IO YEARS. / ///; MARCH OF DIMES lever. He's 96. ' ' SIXTIETH At Marcus, Mr and Mrs Neh 1 observed their 60th wedding anniversary, on New Year's day. They were married in 1896. (Released Through the Kossuth Extension Director) If the 1956 hog market, as outlined this week by Francis A. Kutish, Iowa State College farm economist, materializes, we may see the return of $16 to $18 hogs by early June/' Whether or not this occurs depends for the most part upon the accuracy of the Dec. 1 United States Department of Agriculture pig survey. At the present time hog mar- ketings are declining seasonally. Slaughter normally decreases the week of the Christmas holidays, bounces back the first week of January, and then declines into February. 'Market prices by the end of January, predicts Kulish, may be up 50 cents to a dollar above New Year's Eve prices, with perhaps another dollar recovery in February. A normal seasonal set back is likely in March and April, when the peak marketing of the 1955 fall pigs crop is expected, Kutish says. Prices, however, may then recover, reaching the $16 and $18 level a month or two later. The fact that packer storage supplies are not too high may help bring about this recovery, he says, even though the large' 1955 fall pig crop may keep slaughter above a year ago. Although the recently completed Dec. 1 USDA pig survey indicates that farmers were ,planning a 2 percent smaller 195fi spring pig crop than a year ago Kutish still expects next fallV marketings to be only slightly smaller than last fall. He says that the total number of late spring pigs raised may be a little larger than what was planned when the market was at the bottom in early December. If the Dec. 1 pattern of farrow ing plans actually materializes. Kutish states that proportionately more of these hogs will be sold during the summer than in 1955 and slightly fewer in. November and December. Geographically, sow farrowings are expected to be down in the western Corn Belt, unchanged in the eastern Corn Belt and up in the southern Corn Belt and the South (compared to farrowing plans of a year ago.) This should result in more favorably prices in the Sioux City, Omaha and interior markets drawing hogs from the western Corn Belt, particularly western Iowa, concludes Kutish. Markets in the southern areas, since they will have more hogs available nearby, will bid- lower. ford — M. A., F. L. and M. «. Bartholomew, Algona; ThofiinS Carroll. LuVerne; Cnrl Albee, Wesley; Tri-Co. Drying Ass'n., truck, Algona; Root Hdwe., pick* up, Wesley; M. A. Bartholomew, Algona; Edward Grettilat, Lakota; Earl Ackerrnan, Hurt; Arthur Kracht, Armstrong; R. A. Brandt, Titonka; J. W. Madden, Armstrong; R. A. Brandt, Titonka; J. W. Madden, Armstrong; U. V. Pfeffer, Wesley; Gerald Bor* mann, Whittemore; Kenneth Beisch, Algona; F. E. Kent, Algona; W. F. Klocke, Ledyard; and H. E. Dontje. Lakota. International — Midwest Serv. Co., Whittemore; and Whittemore, Imp. Co., Whittemore. Chevrolet—Frank Elbert, pickup, Whittemore; R. M. Skelly, LuVerne; P. A, Bernhard; Fred 3ray, Titonka; William Spear, Titonka; P. O. Engelbarts, Lakota; R. E. Moore, Titonka; Marie Krantz, Titonka; Deitering Garage, Bancroft; Donald Mitchell, Burt; Clem Heiar, Bancroft; H. E. Raduvt, Jr.. Burt; E. W. Johnson, Lakota; M. T. Reding. Ponliac — D D. Ludwig, Algona; Ernie Williams P-C, Algona; W. E. Wiemer, Ledyard; J. A. Hauptman, Wesley; and L. R. Reidinger, Algona. Mercury — Nick Altman, Lu- Verne. Olds — George Bruellman, Ottosen; and J. B. Reding, Bode. Chrysler—E. J. Zender, Algona. Plymouth — R. P. Heiman, Algona; Lyle J. Anderson, West Rend; and Mrs.Nicholas Wagner, Bode. Studebaker — Fred Blumer, LuVerne; and Bennie Wibben, Algona. Buick — Andrew Laubenthal, Livermore;. and 'Richard McAlpine, Algona. Thrifty Shoppin Tips . . . FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . RUSK BARGAIN SPECIAL! 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