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l-Atgona ftp.) Upper DM Meintt Tu«»dey, November 13, 1M6 Ask New Trial Drager-Black Damage Suit A motion for a new trial has been filed by attorneys for Irene Dragcr of Algona. in a suit against Hugh Black. The case was tried in district court here recently and the jury found for the defendant at that time. In the new trial motion, it is stated that new evidence has been uncovered pertinent to the trial and that there were certain errors in the court's rulings. It was expected that a decision on the motion would be reached by the court this week. A damage suit asking judgment for $13,469.81 was filed last week by Arthur C. Welp of Bancroft as father of Mary Noel Welp, as the result of an auto mishap Aug. 29, 1955. Wm. Shelburne, Terre Haute, Ind. is named as defendant. A divorce action was filed Nov. 8 by Donna J. Kern against Martin J. Kern. The couple were married May 6, 1954, at West Bend. Cruel and inhuman treatment is charged. . AROUND ALGONA' Wyehor % Drops Jim Wyehor, tht> KLGO football "luesser, had' a bad Saturday. His season's average dropped to .742 frorh last Week's high of .825.. He picked 35 games right and 12* wrong—and has practical ly conceded his bet with the Upper Des Moines which was based on a batting average for the football season of 85 percent correct. •Y See The Fine Selection of Quality Coats Gorgeous Fabrics All Outstanding Styles FROM TODDLER THROUGH TEENS Also Snowsuits — Buntings — Prams Elva & Jessie's The Little Store On The Side Street" The Shop of Beautiful Fashions, ~* ALGONA® TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY M-G-M presents in CINEMASCOPE and COLOR GRACE KELLY - ALEC GUINNESS LOUIS JOURDAN "THE SWAN" vitk AGNES MOOREHEAD • JESSIE ROYCE LAMOIS BRIAN AHERNE. LEO a Amuzing Science Fiction ! WITHOUT IND" RQRY CALHOUN YVONNE DeCARLO in "RAWiDG!" - AND COMING SUNDAY - yiNTU THATStT* THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Mrs Chet Bailey is hostess io her sewing club this afternoon, (Tuesday). —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders had as their guest for a couple of days recently, Mr John DeHaan of Waterloo. —o— Mr and Mrs Allen Buchanan had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Gene Morsing of DCS Moincs. Mr and Mrs Mali Selzer were visited for .several days recently by their son. Bob SeJzer of Ames. W. H. Bartlett spent Sunday and Monday at Council Bluffs where he attended a Kiwanis meeting. —o— Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will have their regular meeting this evening, (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs Jan Anderson. ___£)—— Mr and Mrs Bill Will and Mr and Mrs Cecil Will spent the weekend in Minneapolis and attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. —*-O-~— Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Leon Yates and son, Gary and Mr and Mrs Guy Day of Ottumwa. The visitors came for the pheasant hunting. —o—• Mr and Mrs Charles Devine and family.nioved Ihst week from the Cockerell house on Nebraska st. to the former John Crpwell home, now owned by Joe Ricker. Mrs Charles Simmons was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs Frank Moulton was a guest. The prize for high score was received by Mrs T. L. Lee. —O The local Methodist Youth Fellowship were hosts to eighty young people at a sub-district meeting at the church on Sunday. Supper was served by the ladies of the W.S.C.S. Among the Algonans at ihe Iowa-Minnesota game on Saturday were Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton and Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons. Rulh Circle ot ihe Presbyter ian church meets this evening, (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs Duane Riley. Assisting hostesses are Mrs Harold Sabin and Mrs Russell Rentz. There will bo an election of officers. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and Mr and Mrs James Milder spent from Friday through Sunday in Minneapolis. They attended a performance of Cinerama on Friday evening and the football gaine on Saturday afternoon. Bel Canto music club meets Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Eugene McMahon. The program is on Professional Immigrants and Native Pioneers and is in charge of Mrs Alice Weber, Mrs Paulette Bradley and Mrs Harriet Schlichting. Kenneth Hargreaves left Monday for his homo in Council Bluffs after spending a week's vacation here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Richard Cook. Mr and Mrs Richard Norton had as their guests over the weekend, Mrs Norton's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. B. Crosby and Bill and Ellen and Mr and Mrs Ed Mack and Tim, Corey and Cathy all of Marshalltown. —o— Mr and Mrs Dean Parrott had as their weekend guests, Mrs Parrott's parents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Porter, Mr and Mrs Bruce Porter and family and Mr Kenneth Valentine all of Mystic, Iowa. The men did some pheasant hunting. —o— Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, Mr and Mrs Ted Vera and Mr and Mrs Ray Cook spent the weekend in Minneapolis and attended the football game. Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller and Tom and Stew attended the game and returned homo the same evening. —o—• Mrs Lota Halpin was visited over the weekend by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mr;-Bob Kuhn and daughter, Minrly of Ankeny. Other visitors of Mrs Halpin's and of the J. M. Pattersons were Mr and Mrs Paul Walker and family of Ottumwa and Mr and Mrs Don Yaeger and family of Fort Dudge. —o— Kirk Hayes will be one of 60 Iowa Methodists to spend four days visiting the United Nations headquarters over the Thanksgiving holiday. The group will leave Des Moines by bus Nov. 24 and will attend general sessions of the U.N. general assembly, hear prominent speakers and hold study sessions. Kirk attends Drake University and is the 1 sun of Mr and Mrs John Have;; of Algona. Gregg, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Cook was ci.uhl years old or Sunday, and on Saturday after noon his mother i. iitei'taim-d at a biith'iay party [or him. The group attended the movie and returned tu ihe Cook limne for refreshments. Cues i.. v.-( re Bill, Judv and Lennie Meis.Mier, Steve and Jack Waller, Karen ami Sharon Winkle. tin; honoree'j brother and sister, Doug and Barbara and hi; r :randmoti-'T<. Mi< Frank Cuok jiul Mr- Hurry Hargreaves. Presbyterian Women's Organ- isation meets Thursday afternobn at the church. Mrs Firman Lacing is in charge of the Upper Room services at 1:15. A deSserl luncheon will follow and* Mrs Laura Holcomb will give Devotions. The program will be a dedication service for the officers for the coming year. Mrs John Foth will be reinstalled as president; Mrs John Zalaznik, 1st vice president and membership chairman; Mrs Lowell Lenzj 2nd vice president and program chairman; Mrs Firman Laing, 3rd vice president and service chairman; Mrs Oran Hudson, secretary; Mrs Marc Moore, treasurer: Mrs Willis Colwell, secretary ot Stewardship and spiritual life Mrs Dick Meyers, secretary ot social education and action; Mrs Joseph Skow, secretary of missionary education; Mrs Lloyc. Gerbcr, children's advisor; Mrs A. E. Kresensky, secretary of litera ture; Mrs Burton Harmes, Mr; Alfred Schenk and Mrs Wesley Hardy, nominating commit tee and Mrs Myron Brower is In charge of music. streets in Algona at 3:05 p.m. Sunday. Estimated damages amounted to $100 oh each vehicle, according to policeman Ray Krebs, who investigated. Pratl's brakes failed. Esther Hasse, Burt, To Wed November 23 Algoha Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. Nov. 15, Thursday — Kenneth Fraser closing out sale, 4 So., 6M> E. of Whittemore; or 2V 2 west, 6 south and M> west of Algona. Machinery & livestock. Fraser & Colwell, auctioneers; Dale Yunge- berg, clerk. Sale details last week. Nov. 15, Thursday — Donald Weisbrod estate sale. Complete closing out at farm 1 l-i east of Fenton. Angus Cotton, administrator; Berkland & Quinn, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Nov. 16, Friday — An acreage in Burt will be sold at public auction starting at 1:30 p.m. Owner is Mrs Grace Esarey who is now living in Madrid. Carrol Fraser is the auctioneer and the Burt Savings Bank is the clerk. Full details will be found in today's Algona Upper Des Moines. Nov. 16, Friday — 1400 Stocker and feeder catle, Humboldt Livestock auction. Sale details in paper today. Nov. 16, Friday — Mr and Mrs Wesley Lee, complete closing out sale on the farm two miles north of Buffalo Center. Items include 165 head of Livestock, household goods, complete line of farm machinery and miscellaneous items. Farmers Trust and Savings Bank, Buffalo Center, clerk, and Bob and Jack DeVries, auctioneers. Sale starts at 12:30 p.m. Complete details in ad in today's UDM. Friday, Nov. 16 — Farm for sale at auction. Owned by C. D. Larsen, farm is located four miles east, three north, Va cast and 2'.'2 north of Algona. Ki9 acres being offered, with sale to start at 1:30 p.m. The McGuirc Auction Co. will auctioneer. Details in ad in UDM today. Nov. 19, Monday—Dairy cattle sale, Algona Sales Barn. Details in paper today. Nov. 20, Tuesday—John Thul closing out, 3 S.W. of St. Joe, 30 head Hot (-fords, feeder pigs, machinery, etc. Full sale details UDM today. Livermore State Bank, clerk; Anderson & Klene, auctioneers. November 20, Tuesday — Nick Wagner sale, east of Algona. Full details in UDM later. Leek & Roiling, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Nov. 26, Monday_C. R. Schoby jale of 40 head registered and high grade Holstein cattle, and lino of near new machinery. Yungeberc & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State- Bank, clerk. Nov. 28, Wednesday— Howard Jones estate. Complete closing out sale, including full line of machinery and 17 young Holstein '••iws. Sale will begin at 1 p.m. at farm located a mile west and a inilo north of the Seneca store. Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, First Trust and Savings Bank, Armstrong, clerk. Dec. 6, Thursday — Charlie VoiKt of Fenton is selling his herd of high-grade Holsteins. Lloyd Berkland and Charley Quinn are the auctioneers and the Lone Rock Bank is the clerk. Full details will be found later in the Upper Des Moincs. Dec. 11, Tuesday—Roy Carlson complete closing out sale, 5 miles east and 2Ms south of Eminets- burg. Sixteen Brown Swiss and full line machinery. Lloyd Bt rk- lahd, auctioneers. Sale details later. Jan. 8. Tuesday — l.'harlrs Colwell ot; LuVt-Tno will have a complete closing out farm aui-iii.ui. Full details later in the Upper De.; Moines. Brakes Fail A car driven by (.In aid E. Pratt. Wliitteinuie, ' .-truck the rear of another drivi n by CK-ni'Til F Phtt. Alcona. ;,t the corner of. Stale and Thoi-mgiun Open Moose One of Algona's newest houses will be open for public inspection Saturday and Sunday afternoons this weekend. The house was built by Wegner Construction Co. It is located in a new housing area in the east section of town. Complete details of this open house can be found in an ad elsewhere in this issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines. Ernil Hasse, Sr. of Burt announces the approaching marriage of his daughter, Esther, to Mr Wendell Christensen, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Christen?en of Titonka. The wedding date has been set for November 23rd. The bride-elect is a teacher at Story City, Iowa and her fiance is a student ,at Iowa State College. Ready Addition For W-Bend Firm The Davenport Elevator Company of West Bend is now completing a $35,000 addition to its feed plant. The main part of the new project consists of the installation of the latest model molasses pellet- ing machine. With this new equipment the company is able to make cattle supplements that contain "live" care molasses, blended into the pellets. Storage bins are also newly constructed to handle bulk feeds. This enables the company to make cattle, hog and poultry rations without handling all .the ingredients in bags. Atlhough bombed several times by German planes, Ireland remained Neutral in World War II. 63 On Honor Roll, High School A total of 63 Algona high school students, including 14 freshmen, 16 sophmores, 12 juniors and 21 seniors were named to the honor roll for the first quarter Monday. Eight of the 63 were straight A students. To qualify for the honor roll here a student must niaintain a B average for all subjects taken during the period covered. Grace McKim, freshman; Jeanette Bjustrorn, Joel Harris, Judy Reinders and Carole Wittkopf, jophomorcs; Elaine Montgomery, unior; and Maribel Kain and Molly Sullivan, seniors, were the jtraight A students during the first quarter. Others on the honor roll included: Freshmen: Zulabel Ankenbauer. Janice Bode, Patty Cowan, Sharon DeGroote, Phil Egel, Dieter Gruner, Ben Herbst, Michael McNeill, David Passmore, Donna Reefer, Ann Smith, Pamela Waller and John Wilson. Sophomores: Sandra Bay, Pete Buwalda, Linda Hansen, Robbie Hutchins, Pat Kain, Sue LaBarre, Sandra Phillips, Judy Rovn, Verna Schmidt, Carol Shore, Linda Smith and Marianna Steele. Juniors: Judy Adams, Marcia Anderson, Gary Bernau, Patricia Gilbert, Karen Hutchins, Larry Hutzelli Helen Kuhlmann, Ann Mikes, Paula Priebe, David Richardson and Marilyn Richardson. Seniors: Kenneth Bunkofskd, greatest advance in mastitis treatment since antibiotics! 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