The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 8
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rvington Farm Home Lost In Blaze IT* ' TT«» S!> i,nS| Ami Waauft Ta ;j GirlnStcsta ! Prom ,WfjM>.il;H\I. 111 \v dir .-irViiimt Two Accidents, No Injuries During Weekend A pnir nT .-tntn mMutp'S nt Ihl'.iron during Iho -.vceki'iid ro'-ttllivl m I'Vtensm 1 diitliinto In t\vn rnf- ,'tid .1 denrl hoij. I'WdiMiilolv. it" The liiti'il <WIIITIV| ,-tl I it in VlnndfiV :it lite mt'M-snf'li'in of hi|'hv'-iy; ll'i'l ;t»d Ill ttorlli of .\|. I'onfi Atl Mih> dri'-i'ti (><• I'utl' I'' Thor'on. I", Knife. struelr, ,t k' i ep n'uht sign itnd the CiMnt or lh" The dfivt'f lold Palivlnijin Hill Tordoff who inve-- ( iijiited llvtt she- fniled to ;oe the ^iun in Hie middle of the ro.'itl The hoe was killed when it r:tn in front '>f an ;tulo driven hv Rob- Ann ihiii'U'. m, ii jMnitii' nl A)f!otlrt h!u.|> M'ltiint mil) ijfiiiftlilcr of Mr nil. I tf»- (lull ilfiMin, AlftOtlrt, will in t!lrl« Stnlf ilni-liif! ;i ni"r'tlfif< nf ilni Vnioi irnd l.<'!>lmi Alivlllnry hort v MnnilMY iiUjht ilfiK Sluli' will \ui held at <V(|||r i'V'itlii in .hii" 1 vll.st! llnnse, one of llu< |ii|i '-iHili-Mi-i in her rlfiKs, ii ,-iHlu' iii utility projivN nt the lortil •i lino! Aiiolh/'r lli-yt'ftr (ilrl junior, .liifly WillMI. W'MS n.'ltlll'd MN illll'nifrt' 1 . Mi>' "i ;i ilmtf'hler of Mr imd iVfrw ("m-niM Willri'll, Alfjon'i Art Display Is Piannad This Ari c|n To Gem .-Three Ttirw Alftonn young lAdlem will » 'Vrtppyrt" nt (ho St. Joseph Hf'hnol of Nursing ceremony in , Mny 4. Tlipy nro Mnr- indn Ifnrdgrovo ' ••:.--<i n>;»ivi'4 inn!!'!' ;md ii''!i -m-l :iu'in!<"r-< of thf* ;i(lillt 'K'iti'iiii/ j./ivii;) will luivo a dJMpltiy of th»ir vviirk in Ihe hi^h .school i<yni !Y'>m Sund'ty, May (i, ;it 2 p.m. through Mondtiy, M;iy 7, ;it 0 p.m. 'ibis ye;tr':< collection will include oil p;isfel and wnter color pip- 'nres, mosnip work ;ind enifts w,iVo;-<; of nviny mnterisils. The pnblie is invited to attend tlio and Mike Kain. ert I, Vim Hovi\ i'V Rnffnlo Cor- I shovim;. MurnlK from the Jimior- | ter. at 10-50 p.m. Trmr-idny, three- | Senior From will also he displayed. font-Ills of ,1 milo south and i ! !-| <"ommi'.teos serving are under miles east of Titonka. Van Ffove O.iry Kelley, Rob Pratt, Lnnee was headed south at the time of Johnson. Mike Schmidt, Randy i 'ne mishap As he came over the ' crest of a small h'll. the hog and i soveral sm.-iil pi".-; wandered on | fo the road He attempted to mi«;s (hem. hut the hos; wns sfr,r-k hv the car. which wound up in the west ditch on its wheel--,. D.imnge to the auto v.v-is Cvtimatcd at *3!iO by fiermtv Sheriff firm Wood who investigated. end Miiftnn Mitchals, The ceremony will ink*- plnee nt Ihe hospitnl at '1 p.m. Ex-Missionary In China Will Speak At Burt Itnrl A former missionary to ("lilnn. Mrs, I'erry 0. Hanson, now of lola, Kansas, will speak at the Hurt Presbyterian ehtireh, Sunday, Mny n, at !»MO a.m. during morning services, and again at. special services at 7:30 p.m. She wns the lost missionary to leave Shantung Province Alberts Is Not Guilty, Cooper Now On Stand A jury of students found Lyle Alberts, instructor at Algona high school, not guilty of murder in the fir.Ht of two Law Day trials at the courthouse here Monday afternoon. A second trial, with Beanie Cooper, popular Garrigan high school football and track coach, as defendant, started this morning (Tuesday). Russell Buchanan and Joe Slraub were to defend r ut .'( ~.t' -nni>> .f '-Ir .in v ...fr«jrr./x>n Mrs T'mrr i»Ti' '.\r< p.'fpr K'i"rn .md Mrs 'f> his back, shoulders and Vi.'-on!;i<: 'vV'pydpr' Mrs. Adelinr i in the mishap. The petition states ,kn rnei-jrp.-| a prixe. Mrs f he plaintiff has endured and will great pain and physical '-.V.'igner ••nfpr'ain': the club -,!Ji SuoesisstsD »^ Urnm- :P :*•* » it» -'<* •* •»'"••' Margaret Sfeii Passes; Rites Held Tuesday Moy in.-) in. II |r Asks Damages In Accident Case A S2S.OOO damage cast-, which l.« 'Am- .-Vn- a result of a csr-pickup trut-k inn hap two mili.'.s we.^t of Al^oiui Mar. ti. 1961, was filed in district and Mrs ; court here this week. -, r , ^mpj^r-.,' -*t Aiaj^a Ear-.-.'i- George VSzezer leh Ttersday lor; Plaintiff m u\e action is Franc-ih •\n ^in*.— -A\ " 3 r^m<* ,v-^c n ~*-^>--5-' rv*-r*r:'. rii?rf:.". t/i £n£TVl th.^ C D A. ' r»-^^.. ««.i .1. f !....» i i . . T ifr; \far- .\fr? P.Igr. daughter cf Mr. azse! Mrs. Art lilg. wiji be the bride Apr i y. ;n St. Joseph's church of John f ;..v. -f \f'7 Cr.r----;-f- Ar/Jf-rvin ,;.,? n ".!;.y. disability. A jury trial is asked. .'.Irs !<•*> Sinnu-eil entertained | Ma .Schultz is plaintiff and Mer- her 'M <-\ u b 'Hiursday evening i vin Priebe, defendant, in another fJwemng prizes were Sfrs E J ! Damage ease. Mrs. Schultz seeks nr.s: (iflles. Margaret Reirfmiiler and: >2'-!8 M. also as. a result of a mis- ~ '.Irs. Anton R f •• k t 1 r VfareareH ^ 3 P 196 " i'.c;dmillrr entrr!;n'ns fhe club May ' Tho accident occurred Jan. 19, 1^1 a half-imle south and three miles west of I,one Hock. Cars driven by Mr. Schultz and Jim ! Buss, who was driving an auto owned by Priebe at the time, were involved. Mrs. Schullz seeks $18B.04 for damage to the Schullz auto and $50 for loss of the vehicle while repairs were being made. Two divorces were also filed in district court. Viola Crowlov, plaintiff, charges THE "COUNT-DOWN IS ON ! 7 DAYS Til "MOON PILOT" BLAST OFF - at the ALGONA THEATRE . . . t»-u V -'•*'' '"* ">'»-85-.t ,-.-! /.,-• ',',»-'.- M-.v.-r Livs±:rr C D A. com- •= '-.-,_".•.-.. TM regular T^ Tpui be beid May Brady and defumiunt K l.cioy B : .-.n>!i-'tt-r The plaintiff's pftition alU-g.-ri n-.viiiu'nci' on tlu- p;-.rt of lloun ^•.cf.'.-r :.rni iivk-. tf.UO tur duiiiiutu Ic his aulu ;m 1 *.'.'7,:>i)<J fur Injuiii-'i ov, foy, John V. 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