The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1948 · Page 7
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s^ji*. * icGuire V But St. Joe es, 34 to 31 defeated St. Jos\-$ 01 .ouue at St, Joe Thurs- r'184'31. Bpth teams were ragged In their passing, and missed mihy easy Shots at the basket, *"'- tame,gbt, off to a slow .St. Joe center, <. ^ « f ^ * <• I \ f Y > t V k 1 I * starijf«.uy«:u.wre,'..ot. Joe center, stfrftjBdjthS'storing when he hit 6h* avplVdUShot, • Chambers drop" - ,ftft;l«hMw\ and Mason •frwttr.the floor to give the S-ifjl^ud With half of the tarter, gone, Then Mc, t r c o^,' { wo field goals and „ 'brte/ifMp-rlillarb and Cham- iJJflJMgl^for Sacred Heart, qtiarter ended with _,.,4<}>leading 0-6. In''the-"second quarter Mortil- , a m Irish euard, ttirned in some fdhcy'dribbling and scored three fielders, , ' j " St'.- Jde in Lead At lhd (< start of the second half Thllges,,; St.,, Joe forward, hit three successive long shots to send hiS 1 team 'into a one point loa'di Stoib^iecl up the game with" a charity toss. From this point the game was a nip and lufcle affair, with only one or two points separating the tv\?o teams Steib found *he range and scored two'long shots'and several lay- ups?-to help the Irish hold the leadj Meanwhile Gales dumped in five points and McGu'ire three to'keep St. Joe hopes alive. 'For Sti Joe, Gales and Mc- Gdiiie were standouts both on of- fetisc and defense. For the Irish Chajnbcrs played his usual good gamjs. Mortillaro turned in some spectacular floor wfirk while taking scoring honors for the Irish. Mason-ldid.a good defensive job in holdjing St. Joe's ace- Gales, to'U points. Sacred Heart misled the defensive work and rebounding ability-qf its regular gudrd Bill Flattery," out because of, the fju. ^'-- , ',. Irish Rfegerves Lose In the preliminary game, the St. Joe secon'Hs . easily whipped the,Irish seconds 30-12. -For St. Joe (] Reding and -Altman scored seven points a$iede 'and- 'Origer' andf Hilbert,,each racked up six points. Koll^led the-Irish scoi-- ing,with six points. > T^arns Bunch Up Women's Loop The Druggists',- Mutual girls' bojvhng team held a,half game hold on first place in the Barry league, this week, as a result of last Wednesday night's contests. Edith Welter, with a 170 score, led single game tallies. Besten- lehner had 166, Sperry (14), Will (156), and Wolcott (151). Standings: T $i m "Djuggist Mutual Mfaflern Cleaners LT™''_29, 28 Moacrnistic !'_L_29 28 Newspapei's _> I .-26 ", 31 " ' J /'•>'- '* ' (County Agent,and Mrs. A. L. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt spent Friday and Saturday at;, Des Moires*, attending the Farmer's Institute, and wei-Q interested in h°""ing Lady Astor, whp gave a talk. * ,0<fi •'Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh has bSQn confined to bed the past several days with, a -severe cold wjhich has aggravated "a diabetic condition v she has; had for some tihic. Her daughter, 'Mrs-.tNellie V,an Allen, remained home from h£r work at the Christensen sl;ore a couple.of days to pare for her, but the 'patient 'is now- in> proved. „ -' , . LOCALS M J|> Craig Smith took,her little son Michael to Whiltcmore, Tuesday, where he will visit his grand* """"Is, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Flcm- ... till the last of the week She accompanied her husband to Des Moines Wednesday where he wHl attend the hardware d&ale'rs c*on- wiH rcrnain heir> daughter ^ iM& ents Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith '' June Sfeveris, daughter,. 6f'. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sleve'ns'*li8tf0nt the weekend at Chicago, 111.', with Marjone Bridges, n friend. Leon Merrill left Tuesday tfbr Wisconsin where he, will visit Various points while transacting ousmess. He will be gone till Stlie atter part of the week. Mrs. Chattel Poller was lafeeti to a hospital at Mason City Wed- lesday for treatment and'possible surgery to efirrect a broken shoulder bone suffered when she fell on the cellar stairs. Th'e-'.tfele- phone was being repaired r :aft| it was impjossible to sum^o1iu;.Help till later, and at the tim&fMrs. Potter did not realize she'.W,a$f injured so severely. An x-ray.S'hpw-' ed the shoulder bone- bi'okert but further details are not ava'ila'ble at this time: i Friends of Dr. C.' H. Crelzmeyer will be interested in learning that his nephew, Francis X. Cretz- meycr who formerly lived at Ern- metsburg, has been appointed track coach at the State Univer- sily of Iowa. Crctzmeyer is' at present the track coach at Gyin- nell college. '.' > j Mr. and Mrs. Wendell,Simonsen went to-Laurens, Monday, to bring home- their sons John land Byran who had been spending a. fortnight with their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs! G. W. E. Johnson, while their parents were moving into their! recently purchased home at 421 W. State street, formerly owned by William Finn. j Ken Cowan attended a hardware convention held . at • Des Moines a few days last week, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Z'enor had as guests Friday the latter's parents? Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Abbott of Fort Dodge and, 5 her sister and brother-injlawj Mr. and,Mrs. Douglas Algoe of pun- combe. ' ! Mrs. Tilla~ McCall recenll^ returned from 'Seattle, A^ash., where she 'had made an expended visit with her niece Mrs, {Cora Hubbard. / Mr. and Mrs. JMilo Ahrens, who have been living in her apartment, have purchased the late Mrs. Anna Bowman property on South Jones street. They will -move there very Sqpn. , H. .E.^Mirier • is back from jowa City, where he was a patient .at the University hospital a Mew weeks. He is now at the !Kos- •suth hospital and thought sb.rne- wh'at' improved, is still not very active. .«.. Mrs. H. C. Anderson has been i&. raws)? °f ner time,, at •"^•her sister Mrs. A. P. Nelson, 'whoV suffered a .. Monday, -which J Has affected! her le.ft,'side and, speech. She is|now able 1 , to* talk and, is' 'otherwise slightly improved. • / • Mi's. Sidney Wallburg had> as a guest' Friday Mrs. Charles Mills of Britt. " N f Judqe and Mrs. G. W. Slillman and'Marcia.'spent Sunday at Dolliver with Mr. and Mrs. James Stillman, 'brother and sister-in- law of the 'judge. ' « Mrs. Caryl Schupe and BUI returned .Saturday from Adhton, where they had spent the' week with W.'J. Johannes, her father. Mr. and-Mrs. Chris Walluk'ail and Mr. arid Mrs, Harold Mosher visited 1 friends at Eagle> Grove, Thursday, !'They were-.accompanied by Betty Wallukait, jvho attehdect a pre-nuptial laneous shower for Irene Kell. , Mrs. Sidney Walffaurg spent Thursday at Wesley with Mr and Mrs. Orville Smith, brother nnd^ sister-in-law of Mrs, Wallburg. Mrs. Clayberg and came from Fort Dodge, Friday for a brief visit with Mr. ant Mrs. Earl Spraguc, daughter and son-in-law of Mrs. Clayberg. Mr. and Mrs. J, M, tiltich had as guests last week Sunday Mrt and'Mrs, "Ikey" Wcinzctl of Callander. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold ftfiethler of Livei'more' are parents of a sbn born Wednesday 'at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. Mir. Koeth'- ler is the forhief Jea'ii Claytbft and her mother, Mrs. Alice Clayton, has been at Liverrriore the •past several days. She will remain with her daughter during .her ^convalescence. Violet Hassebrock. whoSe lidrtie' is at Kanfirar, and who teaches third grade at thfe Third Ward school, is a : patient,at. the. Ham- ilt6n county hospital, Webster City, having had a decent appendectomy. Mrs. O, B. Laing is substituting for her till she is able to return here. Mr. arid Mrs. L, W. tfeilh had as over night guests last week Tuesday ,thf latter's nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dalton of Norwalk: Mrs. • Ahvin Huenhdld went 16 Lakota last week Monday to bring her mother, Mrs. William Aalderks here till she is completely recovered from a bronchial ailment brought on by a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold ihad as visitor a few days last week Alwin Mindeman of Barney, 'N. D,, nephew of Mrs. Huenhold, who was'enroute to Missouri to visit friends', Bob Hicks, son of Mrs. C. B; Schoby, who had been employed at Sacramento, Calif,, and recently returned with' his mother and her husband upon completion 'of their vacation in the west, has accepted a position with the J. C. Penney store at MasOn, City. ': '.''...' C. R. Schoby went to Chicago, 111,. Thursday, where he will remain a few days transacting business. . ; •.. - . . . Judge and Mrs. G. W. Slillman have as guests this week the latter's brother and sister-in-law, who came from Maxwell, where thev had visited Mr. Holland's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland. .The visitors flew from Chili, Si A., where for the past year, Mr. Holland has been employed by the Anaconda Copper company. They made the flight bv the Peruvian-International : line -arid ,landed at New York C,ity. They .are enroute to their former home at Comptpn. Calif., -where Mr. Holland will continue with the same company. , , Howard Whitney of Chicago, 111., spent last week Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Whitney.^ • _, 4 ,. , f »' oJyiile; Y/ick??'attended a bus-' 1 iness" meeting at -Spencer, Friday. Another meeting was held Saturday, which he'. attended, with TO'-employes from the various stores in the territory. Mr. Wicks was accompanied Saturday fcv his wife and Mrs. L. J. Reed, who spent the day with Mrs. W. A. 'Bueghley, former Algonian. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Becker went to Iowa City, Sunday.where Mrs. Becker will consult specialists at University hospital in regard to an eye ailment. ' • , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger, who recently moved here from Lu- Verne into a house which they purchased, the former Herman residence on East State street, had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's son and daughter-in-law, POLAND CHINA BRED ' Selling 40 ^ JfecM Of The ; Tops t ft § ' • '1* f* M "" ' > ' >f " ;t .Sale to be held s in heated pdVilioh d 5 n'for'rr£f6ur and one half miles south and two mi|6sxeast pf Britt; S9ve f nrnlies/n||tH arid two miles east of Kanawhaj^en^miles west ancl one and o^|half mile north of Klern- ma f\n . -'\ ' ' '< ''' ~ * ' '. > • :'•«' ' ,'. me, on '•" */*r '. v \ • ' §tflrt!ngXhVob o'^ft-'Mr- . > •»-!", '' , " ' • ' i s * *<' t ''-''' , •' , , ?V»iH I l ; . Thes.e cut; ore msited te/ pyr, ffinipMS H?rd Pogr?;? .: > , \ M>.' arid 1 Mrs. Alfred Milfef' Donna May of LuVerne. ,. Othet guests Friday were Mr. ' and Mrs. Frank Youngwirth, also of LuVerne, The Rev. and Mrs. Emil Beti- zori have as guest their daughter-in-law, Mts. Stanley Benson* and Mic'hael, who are visitihg here during Mr. Benzon's sojouYh at New Kensington, Pa., on business. The Stanley Benzons live dl Sioux Falls, S," D. Richard AlleS has been sick the past three weeks with strep thr'oat and is still confined to his home, though c'onsidefably im- prdyedi Mr. and Mrs, H, T; Butikbfske; Jifttmy and Keriheth, spent Sunday at Lakota,with" Mr. and Mrs. Rufus.Olthoff, sister a'h'd brbth« er-m-law of Mi-'s. Bunkofske< Recent guests of Mri and Mrs, Oliver Bakken were Mr. and Mrs. Nehemiah Norem, . sister and brother-ih-la'\v of 'Mrs. 'Bak- ke'ri of Windom, Minn. • • , Mrs. Rose Bafto has had as gue*sts Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bier- stedt'of Lone Rock arid Mr. and Mrs. William i Madsen of Burt, who spent Morida'y and Friday pi'R r ^•spectiv'ely. . ' Kr.. and Mrs, Calol Hulchins ro p^r^nts of a' son, Charles ^"ilton, born February 4 at Mer" hosnital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and -rs. Hutcfiins now have two girls and one boy. Mrs. Hutchins is the former Edna ', Miller. The family recently moved to a farm near Livermore. Druggist and Mrs. Lee Pratt, Postmaster and JVIrs. • Kitby Smith, and Mrs. Al gtaehte; all of Burt, with W, H. .Lacy, Algona, had a table for,dinner at the Europecn hotel, Sunday, Mr. Lacy's sister Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Burt, was to have been in the party, but was ill. The Rev. Earl Burgess attend* ed a hospital board meeting at Sioux City, Tuesday, June Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stevens, was .taken to Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, Tuesday, where she had an emergency appendectomy. She is recovering nicely and will be brought home this mid-week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling went to Ames, Sunday, to visit their daughter Joyce, who is • a student at the loWa State college. 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