Mr and Mrs Gifford Hughes; spent Sunday at Spencer with the letter's father. Dr. R. J. Thiss*n -moved into larger quarters on the same floor as his former office recently. Mr and Mrs Leo Steven wero visited recently by their daughter, Mrs Earl Booth of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Robert Hunger were visited recently by the lat•ter's sister, Mrs Jack Herwig of Carroll. Mr and Mrs John Lavigne were visited last week by Mrs Lavi fine's mother, Mrs Peter Jensen, of Anthon. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mansen drove to Emmetsburg to visit Mr and Mrs Elmer Gunn. Mrs Gunn is the former Joyce Mittag. The Wesley Homemakers met at the home of Mrs Ralph Tjaden on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Assisting hostess was Mrs Louis Hansen. Mrs Bilsborough -and daughter Iln and Mrs Mary McChesncy were recent dinner guests of Mi and Mrs Kenneth Richards at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Al Agena and Miehelc Cassel were dinner guests ;> wrek ago Sunday of Mrs Agenn's aunt, Mrs Marie Tcnnant at Hartley. Mr and Mrs Glenn Chally had as recent guests the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Marvin Simonson and daughter Linda of Stratford. Mrs George Johnson and her sister Mrs "Ray Fitch of Hurt drove to Webster City last week to visit their brother Floyd Clark who is not well. He has a heart ailment. A Mutual Invftlment Fund United Income Fund United Science Fund United Continental Fund United Accumulative Fund For Prosperous and descriptive literature, without obligation, fill in and Return This A£- vertisepient,..... '. f ,, "• - "" ••• : ^ WADDELL & REED, INC. Principal Underwriters 1012 Baltimore Ave. Kansas City 6, Mo. 40 Wall Street New York 5, N. Y. JOHN C. LOVE BOX 182 — ALGONA. IA. Name City ._ Address "Offices From Coast To Coast" Mr and Mrs Frank Rueb had Dr. and Mrs Ralph Muhm of Kanawha as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman spent a Sunday at Terrill with Mr and Mrs John Sallman, parents of Richard. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay had the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs C. F. Kuehl of Millard, Neb., as guests recently. Mrs Paul Lemkee was at Ring- sled several times helping care for her grandfather, J. M. Jensen, who has been sick. Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke were visited recently by their son Harold of Perry who was enroute to Mason City on business. Mr and Mrs Earl Shepphard and Mr and Mrs Duane Shepphard visited at the John Henry home at Whittemore Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lyle Black were visited recently by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Wayne Black of Fort Dodge. Jack Allen who teaches English and dramatics in the Britt schools took a group to Titonka, to present a play he had directed. Mr and Mrs Frank Butts were visited one day last week by Mrs Butt's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Wirtjes and son Gordon of Lakota. Mrs Marie Falkenhainer who is here from Oakland, Calif, visiting relatives and fxiends, has been at Ppcahontas and McGregor visiting relatives. She spent a few days at McGregor with relatives of her mother, Mrs Fred Wehler. Mr and Mrs Max Bast had as supper guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and family. Mr and Mrs Varcoe left Saturday for New Orleans, La., on a two weeks vacation. ' Mrs Bast will stay a: Emmetsburg with the children. Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson drove to Clarion recently to visit Mr and Mrs Holman Anderson. Mrs Anderson is recovering from recent surgery at the Clarion hospital and is making very good recovery. Lyman Anderson, brother of Everett and Holman, of South Carolina, has been sick with yellow jaundice, a second attack. Mrs Anna Presthus has been at Lone Rock with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant. While Mrs Merchant has been doing some nursing,' Mrs Presthus. .has .stayen "SStflv the children. .Mr and Mrs Merchant are soon moving to Omaha, Neb. where Mr Merchant will resume work with a construction company. Mr and Mrs Morton Bittingor attended recent funeral services at Sioux Rapids for Mrs Joy Smith, 34, and h^r son Teddy, age 2Va. who were killed in an auto accident near their home at Webb. They were sislcr and nephew of Mrs Bittinger. Mrs Smith had another child Merry Margaret, 6, with her and the child is hospitalized at Sioux City. Other children in the family are Timothy, 4, and Gay, seven months. Mr and Mrs Joe- Cogley had as guests a couple of days recently Mrs Elizabeth Lampe, Rose Murphy, Mrs Tom Cogloy ,and Helen Cogley of Bancroft. Dr. and Mrs Harold Erickson have had as guests a few days the latter's parents Judge and Mrs O. J. Anderson of Buffalo, Minn., who are enroute to the gulf. Charles Clark has retturned to his home at Britt following a Visit here with his sotns-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Ben Potter and Mr and Mrs George Johnson.. Mrs Wayne Hanson and son Dick took Ruth Schadenfiorf to Blank Memorial hospital for a check-up. She suffered itijuries in the recent blast at the seating rink. Mr and Mrs Dale Mains were dinner guests of Mrs Mains' parents, Mr and Mrs Henry L«auck at West Bend. Saturday evejning they were guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Ruhnke. Francis Mishak came recently from Corona, Calif., where he has been employed the past year, and is with his parents, Mr and Mrs Lando Mishak. His plans are somewhnt indefinite. Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore have received word of the birth of a daughter to their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs W. S. Shore at, St. Paul. The infant has been named Margaret Louis<\ Mrs Art Wiese drove to Clear Lake• and visited friends;, Mis Charles Fleming and Mrs Merit Pratt. Mrs Pratt i:; a former Al- gonan and she and her husband recently moved from Fairmont, Minn, to Clear Luke. Mr and Mrs C. G. Venteicher drove to Clear Lake to meet their daughter Judy who was brought there by her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs L. A. Venteicher, of Osage whom she had been visiting a few days. Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley were visited recently by their sot! Walter of Midland, Tex. He had n business appointment in St. Louis, Mo., but had time to visit here. It has been a couple of years since he had been home. Mr and Mrs Dennis Beilt art parents of their first child, a daughter born January 25 at Albuquerque, N. M., where Mr Beitz is in service. The mother is 4he former Jean Champion. The infant has been named Cindy Lee. Mr and Mrs Douglas Wildin, Mr and Mrs Adrian Harig and Mr and Mrs Raymond Harig and family of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig and Randy of Livermore spent & day at Clark's Grove, Minn., with cousins, Mr and Mrs Leo Harig. Mr and Mrs J» P, Golemwt ol St. Paul are parents of a daughter whom they have named Kathleen Keelin, born Janaury 27. Mrs Coleman is the former Patricia Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding. Mrs Red* ing has been at St. Paul the past few weeks. HOSPITALS „, --•* Jan. 23 — Mrs M. J. Kollasch, Algona, medical. Jan. 24 — Hugh Willey, Algona .accident; Mrs Robert Mayer. . Algona, surgery. Jan. 25 — Mrs Andrew Kramer, Algona, girl, 7-1OV4; Fred Nelson, Algonn. medical. Jan. 26 — Mrs Lowell Satnp, Algonu, boy, 7-7; Mrs Virgil Kunkfl, Bancroft, boy, 9-1 J /4; Wendell Duboski, Algona, medical. Jan. 28 — Harold Bestenlehner, Algnna, medical; Baby David Mertx. .Ottosen, medical; Donald A. Ramus, Algona, accident (expired); Mrs Irving Burras, Algona, maternity; Ivan Anderson, Algona, fracture; R. H. Schoby, AJgona, medical; Baby Helen M. Meier, Burt, virus: Kenneth Brandt, Algona, medical. Jan. 29 — Mrs Frank Becker, Burt, maternity; Baby girl Kramer, Algona, boarder; P. W. Hansen, Algona, medical. Jan. 30 — Mrs Eldon Ellingson, Burt, boy, 7-10 V4; Baby Suzanne Scott, Algona, medical; Melvin Ostwald, Whittemore, accident; Mis Barbara Mikes, West Bend, medical; Mrs James Dodds, Lone Rock, boy, 7-1. Jan. 31 — Mrs R. D. Phillips, Algona, boy, 8-8; Baby Gary Fandel, Whittemore, medical; Jerry D. McVay, Algona, medical; Rosella Elbert, Algona, medical. Feb. 1 — Michele Inman, Bancroft, medical; Mrs Clark Orton, Algona, medical; Mrs Warren Dodd, Sr., Bode, medical; William Boldridge, St., Irvington, medical. Feb. 2 — Mrs Ken Geilenfeld, Algona, maternity; Louis Berninghaus, Lone Rock, accident. Feb. 3 — Mrs Mathew Kapp, Algona, medical; Mrs Duane Metzger, Burt, medical; Bernard M. ftor'kpr, Wesley, medical; Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock maternity. Feb. 4 — G. W. Berninghaus, West Bend, surgery, Mrs E. W. Chizek, Algona, boy. 7-12; Mrs Paul Ludwig, Whittemore, tonsillectomy; Daniel Ludwig, Whittemore, T & A; Mrs Richard Montag, West Bend, medical; Mrs Catherine Hum, Algona, accident: Kenneth E. Mogler, Whittemore, appendectomy; Mrs Ken Geilenfeld, Algona, girl, 6-13. Feb. 5 — Mrs Jerry Anderson, Algona, maternity; Mrs Andrew Felhauer, Algona, medical. Feb. 6 — Mrs Frank Reding, LuVerne, boy, 8-1 Ms; Dr. A. L. Rist, Algona, medical. F«b. 7 — Clarence A. Fraser, Algona, fracture; Mrs Kate Alt, Algona, medical; Mrs Raph Ham- mefstrom, Lone Rock, maternity. Feb. 8 — Mrs Wayne Bollinger, Lone Rock, girl, 7-5M>; Linda Muller, Whittemore, T & A; Billy Muller, Whittemore, T & A; Mrs Frank Weber, Corwith, girl, 2-12; Terry Wichtendahl, Lone Rock, Thursday, Feb. 21, 1957 Algeria (la.) Upp»r tot medical. Feb. 9 — Mrs A. L. Arfirlorfor, Cnrwith, boy, 3-6 1 2, boy 3-3'i; David Jennings, Algona, medical. Feb. 10 — Mrs Melvin Abbas, Algona, medical: Mrs Charles Hcinen, Algona, girl, 9-4^. Feb. 11 — Mrs George Wolf, Jr., Bancroft, boy, 7-12; Mrs Earl Weaver, Whittemorn, girl, 6-11; Lucinda Mogler, Algona, medical: D. R. Hantelman; Tyner, Sask., Canada, medical; Darrell Davis, Hurt medical; Dean A. Buscher, Algona, appendectomy. Feb. 12 — Mrs Kenneth Jackson, I,one Rock, maternity. Wed 55 Years Mr and Mrs Floyd Newville observed their 55th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 10th. The Newvilles, who were married in Algona. have lived here 51 years during which time Mr Newville has served as marshall nnd is still nHiv," ns a ronstablt 1 . Mr Nevvvilln is YK yo.nrs old *md> Mrs Newville is 74. Neither fire in the best of health so nothing special was planned for the occasion. Plan 4-H Chorus Approximately. 78 grrls from Kossuth County have applied for and have been accepted for a newly organized Kossuth County 4-H girl's chorus. The chorus will first be presented at the annual 4-H Rally Day with appearances also made during the Kossuth County Fair. Nancy Tjaden, Wesley, !s the accompanist with Mary Staudt, county extension home economist, the director. The temperature on the surface of the planet Mercury is about 700 degrees Fahrenheit. tF IT'S MEWS - WE WANT IT %g SPEAKING: Add Up What Your "Light Bill"' Pays For ... In "ye olden days" your light bill paid for just LIGHT. 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