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Herman Smucker, line foreman for the Farmer’s Electric Cooperative, was injured last Friday when a pole broke while he was repairing a line and he suffered a sprained wrist and face laceration.
E. J. Hesselschwerdt made a business trip to St. Louis this week.
Harold Brenneman will start working at the Larson Book and Bible Shop next Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Fry, Jean and Carolyn entertained at a dinner Monday evening honoring Lt. Edward Fry and Pfc. Ward Ehrenfelt. Other guests included Mrs. Lyle Fry, Virginia Peterseim and Norma Tilden.
Mrs. Ferd Skola left last Thursday for Colorado to visit her husband, who is stationed at Camp Carons.
Dinner guests in the Mose Beachy home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Miller and son and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gingerich and family.
Doris Grout went to Iowa City Monday morning where she will attend school.
Amos Gingerich and Sam Slabaugh called on Cornelius Gingerich Saturday afternoon.
Guests at an ice cream supper Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Linus Patterson included Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hochstetler and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Yotty and Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Speas and Mrs. J. J. Speas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. John J. Miller and daughter, Linda, of Colorado came Sunday for a visit in the Leroy Miller home.
Those attending Kalona High School from Richmond this year are Mary and Jane Kallous, Robert Jane Shalla, Donna Kern, Shirley Welte, Maurice Strabala, Kenneth Lintz, Clem Sharp, Robert Beranek, Warren and Georgia Schaffer, Fred Stalder, Jerome and Francis Schnoebelen, Gloria Kern and Richard Shalla.
Richard Beranek is attending Richmond public school.
Mrs. J. M. Slabaugh entertained at bridge Friday afternoon for Mrs. Verne E. Noble who is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. R. Steninger. The guests present included Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Steninger, Mrs. Toppan Johnson, Mrs. Carroll Durian, Mrs. Rex Severt, Mrs. Ed Gingerich, Mrs. Margaret Shaffer and Mrs. Lyle Wade.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Millice are moving in the Lester Disney house.
Mr. Homer Brenneman returned to his home after submitting to an operation at Iowa City.
Donnie Goodman visited Paul Johnson Saturday evening and Sunday.
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