The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 7
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ALGOttA UPPER DES KOINES, AJ-GONA IOWA. MRS 4741, . Paced by \wltti !.i'4 points, the .g basketball . team «6< :Bbde the?6 Friday night. ft scores of 4 1 ? to 11, Bode woe haiqappcd by the nbsettdc-df fffst string tilayers vi'ho wer£ ll ivtth the flu. 'ThtrMVtfrtie 'team Hid Bode to 2 points Iti'thi? hplt. e -second team took o'v.er lh he last half and 'held Bode^ultf 611. JDonny Miller, substitutij tenter, gathered 12 points for th'e /ltihers, Leading 'stater f6r 'Bodi? Richard Olson with fi polntrt Sill Verne (47,) G fendersftn v ..... £ ::.;; ..... ...:0 ... ..... . ......... ......3 n .; ...... .. ....... ....A Joedlrte ... ............. ...,.,;.2 llller, ;L .....: ................ o Sraytbn, ilt. .. ........ ........0 ': 'tlll6v,.t>. '.......I...:;;.-; ...... .0 giniips'..., ....... :.......; ....... o Nelson ., ............. ...........0 |rayl6ti, W. ................ 0 Ironbach ..... ...... ....... !...0 FT , ,20 0 0 o 2' -0, o 0 ; 1 '0 • fjjcle (11) 21 G ..0 rs&riien .A,/.......:::;. i raifergum ..../.....:....:.... .0 ySphelhi, :W ; ..'..... ;0 fi- FT 1 2 0 1 : '0 ' 0 OlsotvB. !.•..,,,.;...,.....,.....{} l 1 'Jbhiiien u.................:....o o o .Thatcher....,.....;,....:,..,....() o o "• <•-. •:•'•• ' . 3 - .6,•;•",*& The LilVerne girls Were forced to play cldse boll In.order to d,ef6nf Bode, 40 to 3$, Much of the eye> ing ^fi's sjient shbbtirtg free thrown aS'JUiVerne gathered 22 nrid'Bode •IB 'foulM. ;High' point s6offir W.vs Aflene Bakkeh of Bode with 2X points; Gferaldlrid iftenderson of LuVerhe gathered '.20 points to lend the visitors.. Larson of Ln- Verne ancl Mitsven of Bodd eacli rrtacle 13 $6ir>ts; Both' the boys and girls gatfie'Were Boone Valley confereride games. The LuVerne b'bys hav'e now, won ; six' straight •gfl'mes, fihtl th'c girls are slilLuri- de'feated In .the conrerohcc having lost only.- one/ previous gome to Whitteriioro., ,"- : Four (Comers Man ,„•. A Birthday Party Guest On Siirtday ',-, 'Four Cbrne'rs: Mrs. E,C. William had nybiftbdjiy dinner Sunday in honor of her husband whose birthday fell on .Monday, i>ec. 10.,The dinner guests, were Mrs. Hallie Witham, iMrs. .Myrtle Vinning and daughter, Harriet.'Franccs. They also remained for supper an'd'"BtH- er supper guests were L. J. Lowman and : Mr/ arid Mrs. Pete Helm- H. D. A. at'Wills Honic— • TheT^ was->a home demonstration meeting.'at Mrs. Harley Wills • -••••' ' - • 'i '•• • • ' • ' • last week Thursday. Miss 'Peek- ham instructed is of 16 ladies oh how 'to clean and care for their sewing machine. Left Guam Dec. 1 — W, Ray Smiths henrd from their son Ralph that he Was to leave Guam. Dec. 10. He expects to ar* rive in the U. S ohcl receive his discharge the first part of -.Trimi-- ary. '' ' . His 'Bach— Q. A. Bjustfom sprained his back last week. Callers to see him Sunday afternoon and eveninp, Were the Edmund Larscns, Cecil Bjilstroms, Ari(: Dittmers find Otto Hnrlnns. , Mr. and Mrs. Russel Walker and family spent Sunday evening at the Hugh Raney home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and family were supper guests Sunday evening at the Art Alexander home. * Mr. and Mrs Ted Strttthers and family of Otlnsen were supper guests Dec. 5 at the Harvey Broadwell home. It was their son Forrest's second birthday and also Betty Lee's seventh birthday. Johnnie Person, 'nephew of W Ray Smith, spent the week end at the Smith home. Johnnie's parents Mr. .and Mrs. Emil Person spent Sunday at the Smith home and took Johnnie home with them. Sgt. Earl Cooper, brother of Mrs. Roy Lee, .arrived home with his discharge Wednesday morning. He has been in the service 4 years, 2 months, and 29 months of the time overseas. He has been on several Pacific islands. Mr and Mrs. Otto Harlan and son ftohald. and -daughter,Mrs. Howard Sarchett were called. to Stbckpbrt last Tuesday night Upon news of the death of a Mend rif theirs, a Mr. Lane. They returned home Friday evening. Jim Elmore stayed at the.'Hnrlan home while they were gone- Everett Witham wns called tn Algona Sunday evening upon Word that his mother's house was on fire. It was a roof fire due.Ur-ii spark from the chimney arid' WSs soon under control by the tire dc^. partment. . : Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson arid Milton Holmes, all of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend visitors- in Algona. Mrs. Nelson is the former Lois' Holmes. Milton has just .recently been dis- •charged from the army nir corps. The Holmeses are former Algnna residents. . - " , Mrs. T. C. Sherman Is leaving this weekend for Minneapolis where she will spend the Christ* mas holidays with her sister, Mrs. R. R. Kennedy. 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