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(to,) tipptf DM Mttan tfturidoy, Jen. 2, mi Bone Grafting Forlakota Man Success Lakota Mr and Mrs Rav Becker and Mrs Etta Ollhoff took Albert Becker to Rochester. Dec. 18 for X-rays. They are happy to report that the operation he underwent in July, has been successful. At that time bone was taken out of his leg and grafted in his back and the X-rays show that it is healing this time. He • will have to wear a brace for st least 2 months .vet. Ukena Dinner Guests Dinner guests at the. John Ukena home on Christmas were Mr and Mrs Edward Mileham and boys of Rivertpn, 111., Mr and Mrs Hay Mileham and family of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Vernon Burt Jr. and son of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs William Ukena and Jerry W. Ukena. Return From Virginia Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman and John Wortman returned home Sunday evening after visiting the. Don Wortman family in Springfield, Va. : They stopped to visit the Wade Balls at Wheeling", Mo. enroule home. John Wortman recently returned to the states after spending two years in Berlin, Germany where he was working on his Ph D dissertation. Next ; week he will go to the University of Minnesota for further study. Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford and family of Yankton, S. D. spent a few days last week visiting at the Jerry Heetland home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs Robert Addy were Mrs Alvin Swanson of Swea City and Mrs Loren Sachs of Oelwein. Mr and Mrs Russell Hart of Coon Rapids were visitors Thursday evening at the Elton Head home. Mr Hart was a supply pastor at the Methodist Church here a few years ago. > Mr and Mrs Cort Rippentrop and family and Mrs Mary Telkamp attended the Open House honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken in Algona, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles Peterson and Jimmy of Fairmont spent Tuesday. and Wednesday at the John Griese home. Mrs Mary Jutting has been in Friday for observation. Mrs C. Peterson of Buffalo Center was Working in the bank Monday in her place. The A. C. Schissel family were guests at the L. E. Linnan home in Algona Saturday afternoon and evening. i Guests at the Irvin Koppen home for Christmas wore Mr and Mrs Edwin Reed and boys of Fort Dodge, Mrs John Stcenhard and Edwin and Mr and Mrs Peter L. koppen and Dorothy. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson and • son of Wilmette, 111. were Sunday eve visitors at the Robert Beemer home . Ray Becker and Ifufus Olthoff took Leonard Seibolt to Rochester Monday where he will go through the clinic. Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin Boettcher home were Mr and Mrs Fred Porter and Marlys of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Leonard Christ and Mr and Mrs H. J. Boettcher. Mr and Mrs Richard Christian-* sen and family of Estherville were Sunday evening visitors at the Fred Huettner home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lenz and family and Mrs Mary Telkamp were dinner guests Friday at the Norman Helmke home at Renwick. Mr and Mrs Robert Steele and Rena and Miss Atta Johnson were Christmas day dinner guests at the Herman Wertjes Sr. home at Briceiy)t, , Guests ;-Ut the Adolph Poppe Sr. home/ .Thursday evening tq help Mrs'Poppe celebrate her birthday were Mr and Mrs BiJl Poppe of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Henry Blome of Elmoro.'Mr and Mrs H. J. Boettcher, Mr and Mrs Otto Engelbarts, Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe Jr., the. Albert Goetz family, Mr and Mrs James Mayne and family of Ledyard and the Albert Slepers. Ed Huettner of Snohomish, Wash, came last week for a visit at the Fred Huettner home. Guests at the Robert • Beemer home for Christmas were Mr E. M. Victor of Iowa City, Mr and Mrs Orville Hartwell and sons of Thompson, Mr and Mrs Guy Beemer and Bill Beemer. Mr and Mrs Henry Baade of; Titonka were ' Sunday - afternoon visitors at the August Christ home. Mr and Mrs Lynn Gordon and family of Carpenter were visitors at the John Furst home Tuesday and Wednesday. Rev. F. W. Ukena of. West Union visited at the J. E. Ukena home last Tuesday and also visited his mother, Mrs Ida Ukena at the hospital in Buffalo Center. Kathy Smith, daughter-of Mr and Mrs Richard Smith, came hospital Saturday after being a patient there all week. Mrs Pearl Smith, who entered the hospital Christmas Day, was well enough to come home Saturday also. Mr and Mrs Vincent Milter and family and Mrs Pete Bruef were Sunday dinner gueala at the Harry Miller home in Manchester, Minn. Earnest Christ Thursday after Mr and Mrs returned home visiting their daughter and family, the Bill Riveros in Orlando, Florida for the past two weeks. The W. D. Ley family and Rev. L. J, Odland spent Sunday at the Art Norlin home in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for a Christmas party. Rev. Odland stayed there for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Al Johnson and family spent Christmas at the home of Mrs Josephine R. Johnson at Amboy, Minn. Mr and Mrs Charles Kollasch of St. Paul spent Saturday night at the Paul Kollasch home. Mr and Mrs Merle Sachs and children of Waterloo spent the weekend at the Wallet Sachs home, t iJmmir ««d tena Gutkttecht were in Fort Dodge Friday and .em- the way home drove to Pota- hontas to visit with Mrs Harriet Warburtott at the Good Samaritan Home. Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray and son went to Council Bluffs Wednesday to visit her folks, Mr and Mrs ,G. D. Brisbert. They returned home Friday. Mr and Mrs Howard Cyphers and family of Thompson were visitors at the Ray Becker home Friday jevening. Visitors at the Pete Smidt home Thursday and Friday Were Mr and Mrs will McGregor and daughter of San Diego, Calif. Guests at the Richard Zielske home Christmas Day were M* and Mrs Elmer Zielske and girls of Winnebago, Mr and Mrs Alfred! Zielske and Mr and Mrs Dean Zielske and Mark of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Arden Zielske and Herb Zielske of Lake Mills and Walter Zielske. Burt Gross, — Mr and Mrs C. M. who returned recently the Buffalo Center hospital since home from the Buffalo 'Center offer yo»f • O mighty toft place lor your money. • • pUatoat and cohvMient locatio* In which to • oiympolf>*fk«« for your prbbttmi. Stop In and get acquainted. *• Safe Confidential Accommodating IOWA STATIC Algona Member FDIC Iowa Interesting Side-Light$ On Your Mqny Symbols In Prescriptions Perhaps the best know pharmaceutical symbol of all is the one resembling an R with a tail. It appears on all prescriptions but means simply "take thou" and is followed by the medical description. Other symbols and abbreviations of Latin regularly appear like s.o..s. which is not a scare warning. It just means "if necessary." Latin has long been used in prescriptions because it is a universal and unchanging language. Thus, those strange marks in the prescription ore meant to simplify — not confuse. TNUINTE PHARMACY OUR BUSINESS IS PROHCIING YOUR HfALTH Many Holiday Guests In Burt Homes Reported Chest Injured In Mishap AfWhittemore from Arizona and California, had the following relatives at their home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Paul Dremmel and Ronnie, Algona; Don Gross and family, Fenton; Glenn Grouse and family, with Mr and Mrs Billy Gifford and Bryan, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Perry Gross, Mr and Mrs Art Leason and Lura Sewick. I Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt had the following relatives at their home for Christmas dinner. Capt. and Mrs Wm. N. Batt and Pamela of Irvington, Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and children, Mr and Mrs John M. Miller and children and Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Susan. Larry Edwards and his sister, Carol of North PJatte, Nt>b., were also guests. Mrs Bertha Mansmith spent Christmas with other members of her family at the Lawrence Gillespie home in Algona; Mr and Mrs George Manus and Larry were also at the family dinner. Mrs Bertha Stow spent Christmas day with the Virgil Schra- ders and Vickie. Mr and Mrs Leslie Sorenson of Algona ate Christmas dinner with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Putz. In the afternoon they took Mr and Mrs Putz to Algona for a few hours at the home of Mrs Mildred Putz. Mrs Herman Putz has been confined to her home following a fall last summer. \ Mr and Mrs Willard Stow and ' daughters of Humboldt spent Sunday with Mrs Cpi'a Stow, .i Mrs Herman Neitzel accompanied Mr and Mrs Clint Henderson of Algona to Lake Crystal, Minn., last week Sunday where they visited the Lyle Johnsons. Mrs Johnson was in the Mankato Hospital, but recent word to the effect that she is now at home and is improving. Mrs Johnson is the former Evelyn Neitzel. Mrs Durwood Neitzel, Whittemore, also went with the Hendersons. The Burt Woman's Club will meet Monday evening, Jan. 6th. Margaret Smidt and Mary Smith are hostesses. The Friendly Four Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 9th, with Viola Cunningham . Mr and Mrs Art Leason had the following relatives at their home Christmas Day; Mr Robert Leason, Algona, Lura Sewick, Forest City and Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross and Duane. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and children of Hazel Crest, 111. spent Christmas week with the Walter Stewards and Clifford Abbas family. Karen Steward, employed as a Nurses Aid in Hazel Crest, was also at the parental •Steward home. Mr and Mrs Don Patterson had as Saturday evening guests, Mr and Mrs F. M. Scott and family of Estherville. Mrs J. O. Isenberger accompanied the Edward Godfredsons of Swea City to Algona Sunday afternoon where she attended a wedding at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Jane Wibben, a relative was married to Dave Hankins of Corwith. They all attended the reception at the Ben Wib- bens. Relatives at the B. E. Miller home Sunday were Mr and Mrs H. A. Harms and Wilhelmi, with Mr and Mrs H. W. Balgeman of West Bend, the Ronald Millers with the David Millers of Algona and Harold Reimers and family and Mrs Anne Reimers. Dennis Miller is spending a few days with his grandparents. Mrs John Gifford spent several days at the University hospital, Iowa City, recently and will return Thursday for further observation and surgery. Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller spent Christmas Day with the Earl Rudnicks, Cylinder. Katheryn Manus, Washington, D. C. is visiting her mother, Mrs Henry Manus, and other relatives here and in Aigona. Mr and Mrs Herman Neitztl spent Christmas evening with th» Clint Hendersons, Algona. Otht-ra at the Henderson home were the Durwood Neitzels of Whim-more, Edward Neitzel, home on Navy leave and Carol KolJasch aljto Whittemore. Whitlemore — Edwin Gade had the misfortune to fall, Thursday, while unloading fertilizer from a boxcar at the Whittemore Elevator. The truck rolled ahead just as Gade was on the gang-plank causing him to fall and strike the door frame of car, severely bruising his chest. He entered the St. Ann hospital where he id a patient. Congregation Installs The following officers for 1958 of St. Paul's congregation were installed in the Sunday morning services: Herman Zumach, Elder; Martin Zimmermann, Trustee; William Hanover Jr., School Board; Vic Perkins, Chairman, Herbert Zumach, Vice chairman; Reuben Butzke, Recording secretary; L. H. Pertl, Treasurer; and Fred Ruhnke, Financial secretary. Mr and Mrs Otto Suhftke of Whittemore ,Mr and Mrs fidw. Ruhnke and JSfnily of Algana, Mr and Mfii Ehfter Ruhnke and daughter Jeaiiette and son Evie!» rett 6f Letts Crtek, Mf aftd Mr* Niel Hirl and famil* of Davtn* port, celebrated theft Christmas at a dinner and supper at the home of Mr and Mrs Wilbert Ruhnke at Irvington, Sunday, i Families of Mrs Anna Dau celebrated their Christmas at a 6 p.m. dinner in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday. Present were Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Victor Dau and family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, and Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumaqh and family of here, Mr and Mrs Frank Jergens and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Ernest Bernau and family of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs had as guests at 'their home Sunday for a Christmas dinner and supper Mr and Mrs Eugene Maahs and family of Decorah, Mr and Mrs Terry B. Behlmer and daughter Debra of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Eldo'n Maahs and daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs and Ralph Sebers of here. Kim Colleen, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Opheim of here was baptized in the Sunday morning services . in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs-Fred Ruhnke. Mr and. Mrs Lee Campbell of Mt, Ayr were Thursday and Friday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Donald Radig of Lone Rock visited Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz. Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here and Miss Rosella Voigt of Algona were Sunday afternoon callers at the home'of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich in honor of Mr Heinrich's birthday were Mr and Mrs- Gus -Frink, Mr and Mrs Lowell Frink and family, Phillip Priebe of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wilson and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kurries and family of Emmetsburg, and Mr and Mrs Worden and family of Welcome, Minn. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Walter A. Meyer, Mr and Dot othjp Kosenddhl. Jiftday at * GUN Twelve-year old, Tommy Trc- nary of Armstrong recently suffered a minor bullet wound in his right thigh. Tommy waj using his gun to club a mink caught in a trap when the gun went off. FRIDAY And SATURDAY Western Thrills . , Rory Calhoun Kristine Miller "DOMINO KID" > Robert Taylor Dorothy Malone "TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY" Sunday for 4 Days of Fun ALGONA Jerry** a sergeant's dilemma, a captain's nightmare—and A GENERAL RIOT IN HIS MOST HILARIOUS ROLEI M** A WtiMne Booby Trap! JERRY LEWIS OS THESft SACK *<^^^ ffc0 i of humor (N* ptotu* oRWAYNE MhVWlW.' Mflttf VCTEI JOE 6ENE •KIRK-LORRE-MANTELL-EVAN3 ••Mil KWf WISm- Smutty tr» EWUW BELOW and KMEIKHKSIEI +*m*.t*mnml»tHM *smt nig Coming Soon! Watch For WAIT DISNIYVPerri" _ Alfred .Bfuhft and soft'lBrftt aftd daughfef Jdleeft and^M? fttel Mf« Rfchard Preston and; famiiy:;6f Cylifldfef, Mr and Mrs EWfer Ruhnke .and son Dtferett and daughter Jeanette of Lotts Creek and Mrs Mathilda Meyer of here. Mr and Mrs fhoiwafi thinphy had as dinner guests at their home Friday evening'. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtehdahl and and Mrs Paul O.jW«lnhold, • Mr and Mrs Arthur visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred C. Wegener in Algona, Monday afternoon. Immediate- families of Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz celebrated Christmas at a dinner at the parental home Sunday, Present were Mr and Mrs Werner Braatz of Tripoli, Miss Ruth Braatz of Fort Wayne, Ind., Miss Laura Braatz of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingerich and family of West Bend and Robert of Whittemore. . A Christmas' dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz with their family all present which included Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz and family. Mr and Mrs David 1 Berkland, Mrs Larry Gade and daughter Cynthia of Fenton> Mr and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and family of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons and Martin Potratz of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Loran Barker and family of Macksburg and Mr and Mrs Arthur Potratz and farri' Uy of Denison, Bancroft ToWid Banns of were published/for the first time Sunday between Eugene 'Forey and Agatha Fangmatt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Fafigman The wedding will take place in St. John's Catholic church. Mrs Harold Huntly started work ai St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs Huntley is a registered nurse. Mrs Henry Grandgenett started working in the Kennedy store Thursday. • - ' rf Mrs Kate Vaske went 4o Winthrop, Iowa Saturday to spend several months with her daughter, Dr. Allen Murphy and family, Mr and Mrs Allen Vaske and family,,took her to Winthrop. Relatives attending the funeral of Mrs Jensen at Fen ton Saturday afternoon included her sister, Mrs Leo Delperdang and family, Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen and Mr and Mrs Francis McGragor. Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing took Alice Menke and Donna Bergman to Sioux City Saturday. They returned to 'their* home at Ames. Joyce and tori Lensing remained with their'g'randparents, the Richard Menkes until New Years. Mr and Mrs Howard Nag'eii, Truman, Minn, spent Thursday at the Perry Torine home. Mr Nagel, who recently lost a hand in a corn picker accident, is getting along nicely. Richard Farrow and son Bob, Algona Refrigeration's New Year Appliance Clearance Ail Models In Stock Must Gol Save On WASHERS DRYERS Save On FREEZERS Refrigerators SAVE ON STOVES We Are TALKING PRICE On All New, Never Used Home Appliances Make Your Own Peal AIGONA REFRIGERATION Algona's Appliance Center — S Phillips Ntyt To Cdntef, Miflft. C*MT Visit who ,ii with . -Je, stattotfed in Calumet, Mi6h, t came Friday tot ft twb *f*ks furlough With Ms the Charted McCSuireS.- Ebtief Stevenson t of College Springs irecghtly suffered painful bruises when he was knocked d6wn thfee tiitteS by 'the ram of the flock as he was caring fof the sheep. Me was unable to get up for two hours. Kossuth Motors' Year End CAR SALE 1957 CHEVROLET- A DEMONSTRATOR! 4 door hardtop, V-8. powerglide, 15.000 actual milet. 1957 CHEVROLET $1995 4 door 210, powerglide, radio. 1957 CHEVROLET $1895 4 door, 210, heater, radio. 1956 CHEVROLET $1495 4 door. 210, heater, radio. 1956 FORD $1795 4 door, Fairlane, automatic transmission, radio. 1954 CHEVROLET $1070 4 door sedan, powerglide, radio, colored glass. 1953 OLDSMOBILE $995 Super 88, hydramaiic, 30,00f miles. 1952 BUICK $575 2 door hardtop, dynaflo, radio. 1951 CHEVROLET $425 4 door, powerglide, radio. 1951 BUICK $475 4 door. Super, extra clean. 1951 DODGE $395 2 door, — a buyl 1950 CHEVROLET $150 2 door, good transportation. 1949 PLYMOUTH $150 Special Deluxe, 4 door, extra good. 1947 PLYMOUTH Lots o! miles for $95. 4 door — see it now. TRUCKS 1956 CHEVROLET A PERFORMER! V-8 cab-over-engine, long wheel base. 900 tires, 2 speed axle, will carry 16 ft. body. 1953 CHEVROLET $675 cab-over-engine, two speed axle. 825 x 20 - 10 ply tires. 1953 FORD $750 ¥2 ton panel, very clean. /CHEVROLET, KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. (SW Of Courthouse)

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