The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 38
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Pefer Fuchsens Wed Fifty-Five Years Family Dinner At Whiffemore For Occasion Whiltemore—Mr and Mrs Peter J. Fuchsen celebrated tlieir 55th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at their home last week Sunday noon. Mr and Mrs Fuchson wore married in St. Michael's Catholic church by the Rev. Father Dull- aixl, Feb. 12. 1901. They established their home on a farm near West Bend where they lived for 14 years, they moved to their farm two miles south of Whitte- niore, where they lived until 12 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, February 21, 1956 children. Afternoon and evening callers were Mr and Mrs Conrad Allig, Mrs George S. Elbert and Mrs Peter J. Dahlhauser of here, Mr and Mrs Bert Fuchsen and Susie Bonn.stetter of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert of Algona. years ago when they retired from the farm and moved to their home in the east part of town. They are the parents of seven children all living but. one daughter Luella, who was killed in an accident two years ago. Present were Mr and Mrs Sylvester Fuchsen of Algona, Mrs Cele Wasson of Kankakee, 111.; Mr and Mrs M. A. McLeod and Mr and Mrs R. L. Erickson and family of Sioux City; Mr and Mrs William D. McCauley and family of Mason City, and Mr and Mrs Lester Fuchsen and family of here. Their son called from Bloomington, 111 and congratulated his parents and many other calls were received. Mrs Nell Farrell who is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona called by phone to congratulate the Fuchsen's. Mr and Mrs Fuchsen have 13 grandchildren and three great grand- SPEAKING What If Daddy Did The Ironing? There'd be some changes made! . . . that is, if Daddy had io iron Ihe weekly wash. For one Ihing, a man wouldn't ' relish standing long hours at a board, and chances are -when it came to sheets, he'd just give up on the whole jote Ironing is one of the most arduous of household tasks — but it can be made a "breeze" with an automatic electric ironer. Flat goods, towels, yes, even shirts and blouses whisk through and come out professionally done. No lifting, no bending, you sit down comfortably throughout. Let your electric appliance dealer tell you and show you all the details of a new electric sit-down automatic ironer. It's another wonderful electric item — for the best in happy home living I Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa WHAT MAKES MINRAL MEAL A Favorite With Feeders ? Top Quality Ingredients All The Proper Ingredients The Results You Always Get The Plus Factors In This Feed The Quick and Right Finish You Get 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "M«ke« oi Fwnou* Sargent Feeds" Hosfs Al Dinner Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt entertained at a six o'clock dinner at their home Friday evening. Ihe guests included Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Mr and Mrs Geo. Meyer, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances. The rest of the evening was spent playing pinochle. Weekend Visitors Ralph Sebers and Ronald Hedin arrived here Saturday afternoon to spend the weekend with their respective parents, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Mrs Myrtle Frost. The boys are em- ployes in Aurora, 111. Mr and Mrs Frank Rochford of New Hampton spent the weekend here with relatives. Mr Rochford was a former Whittemore School Superintendent. Minister's Conference Rev. and Mrs Paul G. Weinhold were hostess at a Minister's conference of the Algona Circuit held in the basement of St. Paul's church Tuesday. Those present included Rev. and Mrs E. E. Greene, West Bend; Rev. and Mrs A. C. Krueger of Fairville; Rev. and Mrs O. C. Geisler, Lotts Creek; Rev. E. Wittkopp, Burt; Rev. and Mrs W. H. Kriedrich, Fenton; Rev. and Mrs A. T. Rueber and Rev. and Mrs M. T. Klaus, Garner; Rev. and Mrs E. M. Strelow, Humboldt; Rev. and Mrs W. T. Wolfram, Ventura and Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg of LuVerne. Teacher and Mrs Reuben Buetzke of here and teacher and Mrs A. Wolter of Lotts Creek. Birthday Honors The immediate families of Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert gathered at their home last week Saturday evening to celebrate their father's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Milo Kollasch and daughter Karen, Mr and Mrs Clete Kollasch and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Virgil Elbert, Mr and Mrs John M. Farrell and family and Mr and Mrs Wayne Elbert and daughter of here. Farewell Surprise A farewell surprise party which honored Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Jr. Sunday night at the Lotts Creek Center School house, 500 was played at seven table, James Butler and Mrs John Marte winning high, Gotlieb Loe- oach and Mary Loebach, low, Mrs Lawrence Kirsch, travel. In Bunco Mary Reed won high and William Lauck, low. A lunch brought by the guests was served later. Mr and Mrs Loebach were presented with a chenille bed spread. Mr and Mrs Loebach and family will move to their farm just north of town, the former late Jack Farrell farm. which was purchased by Mr Loebach last fall. Surprise On Birthday Mrs Francis Kollasch, whose birthday was last week Friday, was pleasantly surprised by her husband when he invited a number of relatives in for the evening. Present were Mr and Mrs Eugene (Jiggs) Kollasch and family of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs Peter W. Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Marion Hyink and daughter Rosalie and son Johnny, Robert Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Carl Reed and son Richard. By Plane To Texas Mr and Mrs Joseph Priester left Saturday from Mason City, via plane for Dallas, Texas, where they will visit at the home of their son and family, Mr and Mrs Lewis Priester. The Priestei's expect to be in Texas for two weeks and as we didn't have much snow' here in Whittemore, this winter we hope that Mi- Priester will get a taste of shoveling snow in the south. 12 Day Sub Cruise Word was received here by Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert from their son Peter Joe Elbert, who is engineman 2C of the United States Navy and aboard the submarine USS Cavalla that he returned Feb. 6 from a 12 day trip out of New London, Conn. The cruise was to the Caribbean, and included a three day visit t/. Nassau, in the Bahamas and one day day at Norfolk, Va. Mr and Mrs George Wichteri- dahl, Mr and Mrs Gordpn Jensen and Herman Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Fred Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl and Mr and Mrs William Lauch all Of here were at Fenton Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl to cele brate the letter's birthday. Mr and Mrs Herman Ward Of Murdock, Minn, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Mike Koppen. The Wards and the Koppens also went to LuVerne, where a Ward family reunion was held, at the home of Mr and Mrs -'Harold- Wolfe. Many friends and former neighbors from here of Mr and Mrs Henry Koge, attended an open house at their farm home just south of West Bend on their 40th wedding anniversary, Sunday afternoon. The Krogers were former Whittemore residents. Mr and Mrs Wopdrow Russel left Tuesday morning on a two week's vacation visiting with relatives and friends in California and Washington. Mrs Thomas Kelley of Pomeroy, mother of Mrs Russell, is staying at the Russell home with the family during their parent's absence. • Mr and Mrs George Meyer had as dinner guest at their home Tuesday noon. Mrs Frieda Siems, Mrs Herman Haack of Fenton, Mrs Noah Reisner and Mrs Ida Kuecker of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems and Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl of here. Mrs Arthur Heidenwith was an afternoon guest. Sister Mary Sacred Heart had the misfortune to fall on ice card flub Wednesday evening. Mrs Emma Knecht, winning high, Mrs P. W. Kollasch, low and Mrs George Maahs, travel. Mr and Mrs Edmund Elbert entertained their 500 club Sunday night, Mr and Mrs Gerald Elbert winning high, George Fnndel Jr., and Mrs Duane Gannann low, and travel went to Gerald Elbert. Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber entertained at cards Sunday evening. James Mueller and Mrs Raymond Voigt winning high, Clem Mergcn and Mrs James Mueller second high, and James Mueller won the travel prize. Federal judges, appointed by the president are not covered by any minimum age requirements. KEEP YOUR TORES ED WOLF. Owner RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis. Minn., will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in Algona Hotel Algona MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please come early. Mr Hoffman says: "I have specialized in the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 and personally fitted well over twenty thousand case*. When skillfully done most Rupture openings will contract in 9 short time. Above all you can go to work immediately without fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in this community." CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See HOFFMANN." If unable to see him ai this time, addrois HOFFMAN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 400 Lvunbex Exchange Minneapolis 1. Minn. and break her arm above the wrist and also a hand last week. She is a patient at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Herman Miller and daughter Mary of Waterloo and Mr and Mrs Maurice Duffy of Churdan visited with their fa.ther and sister, Martin Duffy Sr.,' and Theresa last week. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith spent from Wednesday to Friday at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker in Albert Lea. Mr and Mrs Emil Schumacher of Fenton were Sunday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher. Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances were Sunday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer. Mrs Cele Wasson who has been recuperating following surgery in Mason City on Jan. 2, left for Des Moines Saturday morning. She accompanied Mr and Mrs Lester Fuchsen who attended a Legion meeting in Des Moines j Saturday. Mrs Wasson was staying here with her parents, Mr and Mrs P. J. Fuchsen. She will leave Des Moines Monday for her home in Kankakee, 111. Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch entertained their pinochle club Monday night, Frank Piekarski, and Mrs Henry Mueller, winning high, Henry Mueller and Mrs Marion Hyink, second high, Leo Walters and Mrs Fred Kollasch, low. Travel went to Mrs Henry Mueller. Mr and Mrs Gotlieb Loebach entertained their 500 Club Wednesday evening. High went to Mr and Mrs Vernon Bormann, low to Arthur Elbert and Mrs Robert Simmons and travel to Mr Arthur Elbert. Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson entertained the Scatter Club at their home Monday night, Raymond Elbert and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch. winning high, Dean Elbert and Mrs Joseph Loebach Jr., low. Mrs Robert Walker won the travel prize. Mr and Mrs J. Bo Geelan were guests of the club. The Jolly 500 Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Herman Voigt, Mrs Herman Kollasch, winning high, Mrs Lawrence Besch, low and Mrs Simon Weber, travel. Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda entertained the Southside oral because He fed TOPS... no matter how you look at them, that's the way you have to describe FELCO-raised hogs. For fast gains, FELCO-fed hogs are tops. FELCO'S combination of growth- powered, meat-building proteins, minerals and vitamins puts pounds on fast. They are efficient gains, too, to your feed cost is at a minimum. Remember, too — those cooperative savings. Stop in and get the FELCO story from us this week. FELCO'S THE BEST- SA VIHG'S THE REST ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley. Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock. Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Public Auction Complete Dispersion of One of Iowa's Top Purebred Poland China Swine Herds PROVEN MEAT-TYPE BY YIELD AND GRADE RETURNS Friday, Feb. 24 STARTING AT I P. M. At farm 2 miles west, '/ 2 mile north of Junctions of Highways 169 and 18 at Altfona. 45 Bred Sows and Gilts JR. CHAMP BOAR — 1955 (Not To Be Sold) JR. CHAMP GILT — 195-1 (To Be Sold) Bred to Special Sign, 2nd prize Sr. Spring Boar, Iowa, 1955. Littermute to both Iowa Jr. Champions, Iowa, 1955. And Supreme Playboy, full brother to Oscar Anderson and Sons featured herd boar. THEY ALSO SELL. Many gilts out of litters that average 9.5 pigs weighing 3.6 Ins. at birth. Many of the sows farrowed those litters. We have consistently received top prices on hogs sent yield and grade. Top received $1.60 pel- hundred over market. Yield and grade sheets on display sale day. BANGS TESTED. VACCINATED AND GUARANTEED. 4 Fall Boars Also Sell 30 Head Open Fall Gilts Out of litters averaging 9.3 pigs per litter weighing 3.39 Ibs. per pig. 90 Head of Feeder Pigs Weighing from 130 to 160 Ibs. Fall pigs vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas. TERMS: CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Reilly COL. H. S. DUNCAN, AUCTIONEER, COLUMBUS JUNCTION, IOWA COL. BUFORD HENRY, RINGMAN, EMMETSBURG, IOWA

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