The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 11
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2 Ball Players Collide, Injured At Swea City Swea Gilif — Rorfald Hammer, sort of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. S. 'Hammer, and B6bby Anderson, son of Mr. : and Mrs, Harold Ah- "dorson, r ;pad a " sorry experience Thursday while playing ball on. the school athletic, field. . Bo'th boys intent on catching the same fly-ball, collided, and each received a; gash on the forehead. Supt. Schuler took them at once ^to the doctor's office, but no ddc- tor being in, the boys were rushed to Armstrong, where they received irnedical attention. Ronald had'the larger injury, which necessitated three stitches, while Bobby got off With two. The boys ..were feeling milch better next day,,and able to enjoy the teacher holiday. W. S. C. S. to Meet The regular meeting of the W. S. C. S. of the WAGS will be held at the Methodist church parlors on April 7. Mrs. H. Hammer will lead devotions arid Mrs. Dean Swahson will 'furnish music. Mrs. Harold Evans will be lesson leade'r. Hostesses will include Mesdames Geo. K. Nelson, Wm. Guyer, Wm. Thompso'n, Clyde Hewette, B. W. ''Jeffries, Jibe Hylef, Wm. Peters, Dorceri Nelson, Albert Swanson, Marie Jacobs, R. E. Ridge, Wm. Mather, and J. Iva Moats. Goes to Los Angeles Ada Swanson left Monday for Los Angeles, Cal., to make an extended stay at the Mrs. C. M. C. Walters home. Miss Swanson has been recuperating from injuries received last October in an accident, and has been staying at the home of her brother Algol • Swanson. Moving to Oregon Mrs. Alvin Nelson and daughter, Mecliapolis, has been visiting her parents, the Art Andersons., prior to moving td Oregon.wherc Mi*. Nelson will continue in the carpenter tiade. Archie Briggs is ho"me frorYl' the hoSp'Hal' (unl- Verslty) at' loWa' City, wTieW'ho spent several weeks. Mis condi- tion'is'somewhat Improved. Btl* .Fa.iirnoflJ Ckb&r'jr 'The Jp'l'ry Anglfes",'who moved tft'FaifrrWnt, Mffih'., Jytar. 1, have pufdhaSed the*'' L'indpToom grocery 'and sefVice sttitidft across frbm the* McKis'sofi corner ,and took possession April 1. Mr. and MrS. Afigle, •assisted'•. by 1 ..'.their daughter, Lois, .will run 'the grocery store; and" the, son" Ralph Jvlll operate the service station. H&nief6r'"£aSte* ' '•' Arlerie P'elersb'n, .who attends the' Vogue" Fashion school at Chicago, spent,Easter vacation with her • mother, Mrs. Fern Peterson and her sister', Mrs. Richard O*Green. Arlene is now teaching French cutting in the school. Hed Cross Totals' Red Cross' chairmen from Eagle, Grant, Swea and Hatrison townships' have lurried in donations as -follo'Ws recently. Mrs. Leonard Mino' and nine workers, Grant, $157; Walter O'Green, Eagle, $140.50; Tribnan Johnson, SWea, $225.50; and Mrs. Selmer Uhr,'Harrison, $202.50. Home From Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Art Collins returned Monday night from Rochester, where Mrs. Collins recently underwent an operation. Visiting rather . . .., Mrs. Sam Rystad left Thursday the first ^for Rembrandt for a two weeks visit with her father. Auxiliary Hostesses , , Mrs; Charles. Schemmel, Mrs. Bruell Jbhhs'on," Mrs. Harry Johnson and Lorene Lundquist were hostesses Tuesday evening, the 6th, for the American Legion Auxiliary.. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Briggs returned from Los Angeles, where they had visited. the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halvorson and Susan. their cousin Einef Hjoeth, all of Minneapolis, drove .down a week ago Thursday tp visit at the Keu- be'n Olson' home and with other relatives. ^Thursday, accompanied by R'auben Olson and Mrsi D. 0. Friets, they went to Algona to visit their uh'cle Noren, at the hospital. They also visited a cbusin, Mrs, Bestcnleh- ner, . v Henry and August Doritje, accompanied by their cousins Arnold of Rake and Eldon' of Ledyard, went to Des'Mdifi'es t6 see the Iowa-Texas girls basketball game. A real face-lifting j6b is under way at the Bowman BeaCity Shop. The old booths' have'beep torn out, lettmg in more li'gfrt, the entire place is being redecoi'- ated and nfew equipment will be installed. Mr. and Mrs. Ejnor 'Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller, Will Krumm, E. D. Sanfther and Herman • Bowman $ere included among those who" attended the weed control meeting at Webster City on Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. Juliius Hohlf and the Marvin Simmonsmeiers attended the funeral of Mr. Rphlf's brother Fred, 64, at Estherville and Terrill Monday, March 29. Mrs. Ruth Finn, Gerled, and Mrs. Albert Friets, Elmore, went to Des Moines Friday, the 2nd, to visit their husband and brother, who is employed there. Swea Cityans ..who attended the North Kosstith Shippers association at Algona last week included L. C. Knutsen, George Nyman, John Nyman, J. P Peterson, Mervin Kelly, and Paul Gassman. The Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kar- dofs, farmers southeast of Swea Esther and Alice Olson and JOIN THE 1. YOU WILL NOT bo placed on active duty against your vlrill unless in a national emergency. YOU WILL NOT BE subject to theUraft. 2. You do not have to attend meetings or train, unless you request it and can qualify. • 3. You can wear a USNR lapel button and carry an ID card. • , ' 4. You can train and travel if you so desire. ' - " • ' ' ' :' '' ' , , ' ' " • ' '; ^ '''. ' ' . f • . Contact Dr. C D>. Scjhiaap; Algona V. R^ O. in ihii leHilbry'; ^Eor ; /ull'details'^. S. & L. Store. • me Touch Maybe I'm lazy or maybe I'm smart. Anyhow, wi»»» I'm on a tractor, .1 don't wainf i^fty Iwj^ginJ 9*Xti| levers to raise heavy plows, cjiUivatdrs 9«4 whatnot. I'll take Ford Hydraulic ?i»y^«Con^l;ey^t^.[l : can sit on this new FQI$ |)rac^f n|MpFlower and set an implement hy rooming the p^ch Con^oJ lever, Say! Maybe yo^ are life* i$«,. .^ajsy or 'm&t, ^tafee your choice, Anyhow, if you want f»ster, lastw fw^i |ng tell me tp bring out a new Fpr« Trwtw for » demonstration^^tha ' -."-"•"•-""•*• Honored Mar, 31, Portland Shower Portland—Eighteen ladies met at the R6scoe Stewart home Wed- n'e,sd'riy evening and planned a shower hpnoi'-ing Betty Stewart, R. N., .Fairmont, Minn. Betty is to be married' Sunday, April 18, at Fairmont Episcopal church, to Robert Donnelly) Thdy will live in Fairmont where Mr. Connelly is manager of the ele- Vator. ' ST. J6E Farm Improvements Mr, and Mrs. Earl Ackermart are-making some fine improvements bn their farm. They have a new graded, graveled driveway,,a nice new evergreen grove started, and are nbw making a full basement and new brick foundation, under the house. A farewell party was given for Louis Schmit at his home on Tuesday evening. Mr. Schmit moved to West Bend this week. A piirty was given at the'Ralph Kramer home 'Wednesday evening with Mrs. Albin Kayser and Mrs. Kramer as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner are ? parents of a girl born March 2fi. They now have a family of three girls and one boy. A Wagner family gathering was held at the Nicholas Wagner H>mo on Sunday. Mrs. Nick Reding of Whitte- City, drove to Des Moines week to visit her people. last No, Kossuth Shippers Swea City — New officers of the North KSssuth Shippers as r sociatipn are John Nyman, succeeding Walter Thompson; Warren Brones replacing L. J, Haft- sen as director. Manager L. C, Cnutson announces that the firm did $617,055.17 volume of business in 1947, ,with 6.541 hogs, 1,125 cattle, 195 sheep and 45 calves shipped. Confine Hot Lunches The school lunch program here s still in progress, although' in some places in the county funds lave been exhausted and serving discontinued. Antoinette Bonnstetter, who directs the lunch program here, and does the buying, said lunches will be served so long as there are funds and prospects are the money will last until probably the first of/May, Now Convalescing Chas. Phelps is recovering .from a recent prolonged serioiis illness, and is now able to be up and around the house. The Phelps are now having their first spring fry.-.' They usually raise their chickens early in the spring. Mrs. Miller Hostess Mrs. Earl Miller entertained more arid Mrs. Bill Rakers andfuesday, April twin daughters Sally and Sue of Quincy, 111., were visitors here on Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and sons spent last weekend with relatives at Earling. Milford Plathe accompanied Rex Taylor 'of Algona to Des Moines last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Borman, Algeria Uppftf 0*1 M(! Helen and Harold Bprmann and Albert Bormann were last Tuesday evening callers at Eai'lingl. Mrs. Nick Ziemet from Montana is here visiting her sbns Raymond and Sylvan and other relatives and making her acquaintance with her new granddaughter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ziemet. AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS Legal Reserve Life Insurance Savings Plans for Children—Retirement Plans for You. Write: x K. G. Ehlers Paulina, Iowa Mrs. Lawrence KirSich of Whittemore spent Thursday at the home of .her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Frediers. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas attended funeral services on Wednesday morning for the infant son of Mr., and Mrs. Francis Gisch at Algona. Mr. Gisch is a brother of Mrs. Kohlhaas. WANT ADS BHlNtiS RESULTS Mad Dog? While protecting children frbm a di Frank Connell of t bitten, The animal Wai at the mouth and actlfti The dog 1 was killed' ahi Iowa State college to was "mad". Mf. Co testify that eveh if It mad, it did not see ed! the Busy Bee club of Burt township .at her home Friday aftei'- n'oon. Her mother Mrs. John Cox was a special guest. Bernard Miller has now recovered from a siege of influenza. Recent'visitors at the Will Grover home included Mrs. F. A Smith, Josephine and John, Mil- .waukee, Perry Lee Owen, student at Drake university at Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Grover, California, also Mrs. Clara Fairbanks and Marie Grover, Burt. Albert Bunkpfske. returned Sunday from California. He spent the winter months there and is again living in his private home here on the farm, east of Burt. The tenants are the George Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. Garnie Hood and baby, daughter from Rutland were Wednesday supper guests at the W. J., Stewart home. Mrs. Hood and many ladies from here attended a shower at Burt that afternoon for the former Dorothy Long; . Mrs. Frank Becker, R. 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