The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 4, 1956
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40th Anniversary For Couple At Titonka, Nov. 29 fitoflka — Mr and Mrs Nick Hcesch celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Thursday evening, Nov, 23 by entertaining their children and Mr and Mrs George Helmcrs and Mrs Anna Swyter. Mi and Mrs Heesch were married at the home of Mrs Heesch's parents, Mr and Mrs Conrad Odisking. They moved parental home of Nick uflr-r their marriage and residing there. They were married by the Rev. August Wellner of Immanuel Lutheran church and their attendants were A dele Heesch Dirksen, now of to the Heesch ire still bes Moines and Earnest Geisking of Woden. They are the parents of fiVe children. Melbourn of Forest City, Virgil of Buffalo Center, Alvina (Mrs Irvin Brarfdt) ot Woden, Wilma (Mrs Herm'an Wel- Jiousen) and Harold of Titonka. They also have 12 grandchildren who w.cre also present. The children gave them a ruby wool blanket as a gift. They also furnished them with 'a four tier wedding cake tdpped with a bvide and groom and decorated in ruby colors. The cake was made by Mrs Virgil Heesch. Darlene Callies, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl F. Callies, was one of five girls from Kossuth) County who earned a trip to Chicago this past weekend. Awards are made on the basis of }-H achievements and record book. Dean Kuchenreuther, son of Mr and Mrs Lynn Kuphenrouther, is spending a 15-day furlough from the navy with his 'parents and other relatives and friends in and around Titonka. He entered the set-vice in April and took his basic training, at Great -Lakes and, has been stationed "at Part Hueneme, California, for the past three months. While there he entered SeaBee school and graduated as a driver and was an honor man, being 2nd highest, in his class. He will leave Dec 3 for California and to Treasure Island where he will report for duty and will be headed for Guam. Mr and Mrs Sonus Isebrand were Tuesday supper guests of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters. Bryant Heesch celebrated his birthday at the home of his grandparents Thursday evening when they celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary and his 2nd birth tiny. HP hnd a oak<? with two candles un it baked by his mother. Mrs Wm. Swyter spent Friday afternoon at the home of Bill and Jennie Alice. Ted DeBoer of Buffalo Center is recuperating 'at the home of his daughter, Mrs George Anderson, from a recent operation at the Mercy hospital at Mason City. The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, November 5, at the church parlors. .Topic will be "Christmas in Madagascar" by Mrs Harold Rood. Hostesses will be Mrs John, Rike, Mrs John Welhousen, Mrs Harm Wibben and Mrs Telko Sleeker. Election of officers will be held at the close of the meeting. / An organization called the "Woodpushers" has recently been organized in a Wyoming town. The members play chess. 34 Cars Sold, Past 2 Weeks New car asl<*s continued at an average pace during the past two weeks, with a total of 34 new vehicles registered at the county treasurer's office during that period. Owners and make of vehicle are: Chevrolet — J. S. Johannesen. pitkup, Lone Rock; Rev. B. H. Si'liwurin. Titonka: Lyle Marlow, Lone Rock; C. H. Christensen. Wesley; W. J. Thompson, Fenton; J. G. Goche, Lakota; G. N. Wolf. LuVerne; Orville Muller, Whitte- rnoiv; Eli Quam, Armstrong; F J. Krpelding,' Whiltamore; Mrs Mary Anderson, Lakota; D. L. C h r i s I e n s o n, Algona; Clyde Miiore, Burt; G. J. Krieps, Sexton; Virgil Kunkel, Bancroft. Ford — F. F,. ThilRor, Bode: Eugene Murtagh, Algona;- A. H. Detoie, dick, Algona; J. N. Altman, Jr., Irvington; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft;" Donald Johnson, Elinore; Kenneth Bei.sch, Algona; J. L. Elbert, Algona. Dodge — C. H. or Blanche Wilhelmi, Bancroft; L. R. Gorber, Algona. Chrysler — R. N. Bickert, Algona. DeSoto — Joe Buschor, Algona. International — John Hanselman, Algona. Olds — Grace L. Koubu, Wesley. Plymouth — Mrs Rachel W Heald, Algonu; W. C. Zimmerman, Algona; Stanley L. Ruse. Titonka. Ponllac — Clarence V. Weiss. Studebakef — Henry L. Stecker, Titonka. Tin flouride is an important ingredient in a new tooth paste. tuest'eiy, December 4, Algona (Id.) Uppit 0M HOSPITALS j Nov. 19 -- Mrs Lyle Fraser, Burt, boy, 7-1. Nov. 20 — Mary L. Schaller, Kanawha, T & A; Mrs Robert Fuerslenau, Lone Rock, boy, S-S'/z; C. E. Zaugg. Algona, medical; Mrs Howard C. Hentges, Algona, boy, C-f). Nov. 22 — Sister Mary Isidore. Algona, medical. Nov. 23 — Mrs Inez Wolfe, Al- gonM, medical; Mrs George Dorweiler, LuVerne, medical; Mrs Wayne Myers Algona, boy, 7-9 U 2. Nov. 24 — Mrs Stanley Halls- lad, Bancroft, boy, 8-11 M>; Mrs Raymond Nelson. LuVerne, girl. 8-2; Mrs R. C. Brewer, Algona, boy, 8-1; John Arndorfer, Algona. surgery; Virgil Groen, Algona medical. Nov. 2S — Mrs James Graham, Mallard, girl, 7-1; Mrs Julius Monson, Wesley, sufgery; Mrs Weldon Tcel, Algona, medical. Nov. 26 — Mrs Arthur Olson, Sexton, maternity; Frank Cruikshank, Burl, medical; Mrs John Stratton, Sexton, medical; Donald L. Miller, LuVerne, medical; Mrs Phil Diamond, Algona, medical. ftETIRES At Bellevue, Earl Fuller has ended his career as a rural mail carrier, after 39 years of service on the routes there. His letlef carrying days began in 1916, wllh army service in World War I interrupting hi.s service. He has carried the mail with horse and buggy, bob sled, Model T. Ford, motorcycle and at times on foo't. y&W8U&^^ " MI ** V Wl ™ A fOWllR GIFT t O 2 o JT^ SAY "MIRRY CHRISTMAS" WITH A FOWLER GIFT y&&&lti^ O ot UJ _l O X H; 3 X O ot ot Fowlers features Famous "HANSON" GIFT GLOVES Hanson pig nylons at 1.98 to 3.98. Hanson Nyla suedes (washable) at 1.38 to 2.98. 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