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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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\ i 1 a . i ••#*:;•• B general Kossuth Voted Kossuth county, like many other S^'™.,*? considerable -ilitting in last Tuesday's election. Based on the U.S. senator, where were cast, that is hi ,„ .., to ^ al numbef of votes, plus the usual ballots which turned out to be spoiled. A summary of the major contests on the state and local level follows: UNITED STATES SENATOR B. B. Hickenlooper (R) 3,801 E. B. Smith (D) Jlome* ^^^ ESTABLISHED 1865 EnteredI as second class matter at the bostoffice at Altfona. A ITALIA I«H,A ....,*..I~~ Iowa. NOV. 1^932, uftdM Act ot Confess oc March a,TB79. ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1962 3 SECTIONS - 22 PAGES PIUS 24 PAGE TABIOID VOL. 97 - NO. 45 3,757 GOVERNOR Harold Hughes (D) Norman Erbe (R) CONGRESS Don Murray (D) Chas. Hoeven (R) 3,953 3,600 21 Bears End Gridiron Days At Garrigan With Smashing 42-0 Victory Cooper's Boys 4,080 3,399 FINAL TABULATION CONGRESSIONAL SIXTH DISTRICT Hoeven Murray Buena Vista .... 3,470 Calhoun 2,669 Cherokee 2,821 Clay 2,972 Dickinson 2,266 Emmet 2,510 Humboldt 2,111 Wa 2,067 Kossuth 3,389 Lyon 2,389 O'Brien 3,650 Osceola 1,715 Palo Alto 2,252 Plymouth 4,201 Pocahontas 2,141 Sac 3,028 Sioux 6,616 Woodbury 16,584 66,862 2,000 2,132 1,853 1,864 1,750 1,849 1,558 1,338 4,080 . 979 1,653 1,194 2,491 2,681 2,136 1,821 2,043 13,915 47,537 STATE REPRESENTATIVE Casey Loss (D) 4,864 (unopposed) COUNTY ATTORNEY Gordon Winkel (D) 4,179 Jim Andreasen (R) 3,357 COUNTY TREASURER Rosella Voigt (D) 5,049 (unopposed) COUNTY RECORDER Clara Walker (D) 4,559 Marjorie Apple (R) 2,982 SUPERVISOR, DIST. 1 Charles Platte (D) ,' 937 (unopposed) Mrs. Fangman Of Bancroft Is Cancer Victim Funeral services for Mrs Andrew Fangman, 70, well-known Bancroft woman, were held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in St. John's Catholic church there. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated and burial was at the church cemetery. Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Fangman died at 3 p.m Tuesday, Nov. 6, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, following an illness of a year. Death was due to cancer. She was born Jan. 22, 1892 at New Vienna, la. On Jan. 21, 1920 she was married to Andrew Fangman at New Vienna. He survives. Other survivors include four sons, Harold and Walter, both of Bancroft, Joseph and Arnold at home, and daughters, Mrs Eugene Forey, West Bend, and Mrs Thomas Deitering, Dennison, la. Also surviving are seven brothers, John Hellman, Leo and Flor ian of Bancroft, Anthony, Holy Cross, la., Henry, Dyersville, la. Joseph, Dubuque, la., and Law rence, New Vienna; Sister Mary Henrietta of Dubuque and 10 grandchildren. Mrs Fangman was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, American Legion and St John's Alter society. Fair Ass'n Annual Meeting, Nov. 26 The annual meeting of the Kossuth County Agricultural Ass'n (Fair Board) will be held Monday, Nov. 26, at 2 p.m. in the meeting room at the Courthouse, Vem L. Me- Clure, fair board secretary, has announced. Every citizen of legal age in Kossuth county is invited. The term of Lyle Mathcs, a director, is to be filled; he has resigned. The terms of three other directors are expiring, Fred Plumb of Lone Rock, Ben Anliker of West Bend, and Harold Fisher of Swea City. Thus there will be four directors to be elected at this meeting. SUPERVISOR, DIST 2 Garry McDonald (D) 1,211 Ray Beamish (R) 1,090 SUPERVISOR, DIST 3 John Rode (R) 784 Dick Cosgrove (D) 467 SUPERVISOR, DIST. 4 Lawrence Newbrough (R) 1,055 Homer McCarthy (D) 786 JUSTICE of PEACE (Algona) Delia Welter and Milton Norton, elected. As will be noted above, Rosella Voigt polled the largest single vote total of any of the candidates. She was unopposed for reelection. In the supervisor races where there were contests, District 2 gave Garry McDonald majorities in the Algona first, third and fourth wards, and Plum Creek and Union twps. Ray Beamish carried the Algona second ward. In District 3, John Rode carried Buffalo, German, Portland and Ramsey twps., while Dick Cosgrove carried Prairie and Wesley twps. In District 4, Lawrence Newbrough carried Burt, East Lone Rock, Fenton, Lone Rock, Lotts Creek, Seneca and Swea precincts, while Homer McCarthy carried Greenwood. Burt Asks For Federal Aid, Sewage Plant Burt — An application was made by the Burt city council for Federal aid for the construction of a new sewage disposal plant to be constructed here. The estimated cost of the new plant is $86,000 and the amount of Federal aid requested is $21,900, Source of the funds for the balance of construction costs are of four categories: cash on reserve in the city treasury, general obligation bonds, sewer revenue bonds and special assessements. Plans of the new plant call for stabilization ponds to be constructed in the neighborhood of the present disposal plant. In other business at the meeting, preparation was made for a report required by the State Highway Department for road use tax funds for 1963. Council members approved 6 year library board term for Jean Lockwood, Helen Smith and Benita Mitchell. Kossuth 4-H Members To Chicago Twelve 4-H club members and two leaders will see the sights of interest in Chicago and visit the International Livestock & Grain Show Nov. 22-27 for their outstanding 4-H work. Visits are being planned to the Chicago Board of Trade, Observation Deck of the Prudential Building, world famous Hall of Science and Industry, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, sightseeing tour of Chicago's Maxwell Street area. North Michigan Avenue, Chinatown, Washington and Jackson Parks, Sunday services at Chicago Temple or St. Mary's, the International Livestock Exposition and the Broadway musical hit "Carnival." Members winning trips for their outstanding 4-H club work are Rosemary Gisch, Algona; Rosemary Ulses, Burt; Bernadette Hilbert, LuVerne; Carolyn Ley, Lakota; Mary Beth Reilly, Algona; Jackie Laabs, Lone Rock; Kenneth Bormann, Bode; Allan Bode, Algona; Tom Henry, Algona; Galen Metzger, Whittemore; Richard" Olson, Armstrong; and Chris Nygaard, Wesley. Accompanying the group will be Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers o Bancroft and Robert C. Johnson The award trip is sponsored by the following friends of 4-H: Farm ers Cooperative Co., Ledyard; Irvington Cooperative Co.; The Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley; Farmers Coop. Elevator Swea City; Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore; Lone Rock Coop. Exchange; Burt Coop. Elevator; Hobarton Coop. Elevator; Fenton Coop. Elevator; Farmers Elevator Co., Titonka; West Bend Elevator Co.; LuVerne Coop. Elevator; Corwith Community Coop and K & H Coop Oil Co., WWIVet^To Banquet, Nov. 21 Tall Corn Barracks, veterans of World War I, will hold a pot luck supper, to be followed by a meeting, Wednesday evening, Nov. 21, at the American Legion Hall here. Turkey, trimmings, pie, coffee and cream, will be furnished by the organization. Wives and widows of WW I are also invited. Pr. F- L. Potter is commander ol the post, Milton Norton is adjutant, and Roy McMahon treasurer. Chester Webb Rites Are Held Here Saturday Funeral services for Chester L Webb, 55, well-known Algona man who for the past several years operated taxis here, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in McCullough'3 Funeral Chapel. Rev. Edsel Isaacson, pastor of the First Lutheran church, officiated, and burial was at East Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Ralph Elbert, Cyril Venteicher, Ira Kohl, Chester Willey, Harry Barton—aibff Stanley Muckey, all who served With Mr Webb on the local fire department. Mr Webb died Wednesday, Nov. 7, at his home here. He had been in poor health recently, but his death was unexpected. The evening prior to his death he attended a meeting of the fire department at the city hall. Born at Derby, la., Chester L. Webb married Mary Elizabeth Rash of Burt in 1937 and the Webbs had resided here for the past 25 years. Mr Webb was employed by the light department of the city of Algona for 18 years be- 'ore beginning operation of his taxi service. He was a long-time member of the fire department. He is survived by his wife; a son, Gary, Algona; two sisters and a brother. Make It Five In A Row A smooth combination of running, passing and rugged defense ushered Garrigan's Golden Bears to an easy 42-0 victory over St Edmond at Ft. Dodge Saturday night in the season finale for both clubs. The win was the fifth straight for the Bears, giving them a 5-4 season mark. It also wound up the high school careers of 21 squad members who will graduate with the class of 1963. After counting their first touchdown with less than 2% minutes gone in the opening quarter, the Bears rolled on to score five more touchdowns, four extra points and a safety to completely smother the hapless St. Edmond crew. Pass Intercepts Help Pass interceptions, including four in the first period, allowed the Bears to get a quick jump on the home club. All of the passes were launched by side-armer Greg Sells of St. Edmond. Lee Froehlich and Bob Schneider each grabbed a pair and Tom Hudspeth snared the other for the winners Hudspeth's catch of a Sells pitch on the fourth play of the game set up the game's first score. The Bears started from their own 39 yard line after his catch and needed only three plays to go 61 yards to paydirt. Jim Nitchals ripped off . 15 yafds on the first play, Froehlich got 12 on the second.and Nitchals went up the middle then swerved to his left as he rambled the final 34 yards for the score. Brian Atherton's perfect placekick made it 7-0. Three plays after the ensuing kick-off, Schneider latched on to a Sells pass on the Garrigan 45 and almost went all the way before he was knocked down on the St. Ed mond 28. This time it took five plays to score. Hudspeth went seven and Nitchals five before Froehlich lost four. Then Schneider got seven and Froehlich went the final 13 for the TD. Atherton's placekick attempt was blocked and Amateur Nights A series of four amateur night for children under 12 will begin Friday night at the Algona Theatre here, sponsored by the local Gambles store. Any youngsters wishing to enter the amateur event with whatever act they wish, can do so by contacting the local store. The amateur program will be held starting at 9 p.m. Friday, Smorgasbord To Honor Champ A.H.S. Gridders The Algona high school varsity football squad will be hosted at a smorgasbord dinner by their dads, Monday evening, Nov. 19, at the high school Annex. Honoring the 1962 team which won (he North Central Conference title, the affair will begin at 6:30 p.m. As the seating and serving capacity of the Annex is only 250, only that number of tickets are available at $2 a person. All dads of the players were alloted tickets including a few spares for each one, and there are a limited number of tickets available at the Smoke Shop and the Honsbruch Drug for persons who might want to attend. It will be first come first served. Coach Stan Sheriff of the State College of Iowa football team from Cedar Falls will speak, and some of the game movies of the 1962 season will be shown. The team itself will also be honored. Reservations must be turned in fry Thursday, Nov. 15. :he Bears held a 13-0 lead until the end of the quarter. Froehlich intercepted a pass and returned it seven yards to the St. Edmond 22 near the end of the quarter to set up the Bears' third ;ouchdown. Nitchals and Froeh lich carried to the St. Edmond eight as the quarter ended. Nitchals bulled his way for six yards and Schneider smashed the final two as the count went to 19-0 on the second play of the second stanza. For variety, Schneider passed to Tony Bradley for the extra point. Bear Defense Holds St. Edmond couldn't move against the Garrigan defense and the Bears rolled toward touchdown- land again. After Nitchals, Froehlich and Steve Studer led a drive to the St. Edmond seven, the home club held on and took over on the 10. Froehlich then set up TD number four. He made a fine catch of a punt and returned it 13 yards to the St. Edmond 33. With les. than Wi minutes of play remaining before the half, Schneider fired \ long pass toward Bill Rahm wh< made a fine over-the-head catch at the St. Edmond five. Bit scooted in for the score and Ather ton split the uprights to make ii 27-0. Moments later, Froehiich's sec ond interception of the half gave the Bears the ball on the St. Edmond 31. Schneider found Rahm at the five again and the big end made the catch for another TD This time the placekick by Atherton was wide, so the Bears led 33-0 at halftime. The third round was scoreless but the Bears began a touchdown march late in the quarter after recovering a fumble on their own 24. Schneider made the recovery to halt a St. Edmond drive, then started his team upfield using the running talents of Nitchals, Froehlich, Hudspeth, Steve Studer and a 15-yard pass to Bradley to push the ball to the St. Edmond 19 at the end of the third period. Continued on Page 3 Algona Men's Mother Dies; Rites Monday Funeral services for Mrs Edith Johnson, 72, mother of Walter and Deb Hall of Algona, were held Monday afternoon at McCullouehV Funeral Chapel. Rev. G. J. C Gerike of Trinity Lutheran church officiated and burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs Johnson died Saturday evening at Good Samaritan nursing home here, where she had been a resident since Sept. 3. She had lived at Arnolds Park for the past 35 years and had often visited in Algona. She was born Sept. 19, 1890 at Dedham. Her first husband, Arthur Hall, died in 1916 and she later married August Johnson, who also preceded her in death. Besides the sons, Walter and Deb Hall, Mrs Johnson is survived by a daughter, Mrs Rudolf (Lois) Zehnder of Terril; two sisters, Mrs ,Cora Best, Milford, and Mrs Frank (Hazel) O'Farrel, Corpus Christi, Texas; a brother, Walter E. Copeland, Des Moines; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Pallbearers at the services were Dr. N. F. Chapman, James Baker, Murray Mowers, John Miller, Robert Carney and Harry Alt. Clarence Dau Passes; Rites Are Held Here ' Funeral services for Clarence Dau, 66, former resident, here, were held this afternoon (Tuesday) at McCullough's Funeral Chapel Rev. Richard Cagel of First Baptisi church'officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. 'Grave'- side military rites were in charge of Hagg-Turner post of the American Legion. Mr Dau died Friday at a hospital at St. Crpix Falls, Wis. He had been visiting his children in Wisconsin. Earlier services were held at Luck. He was born Nov. 11, 1895 in Union township to Herman and Minnie Koepke Dau. He moved to Luck, Wis. in 1920 and in 1952 moved back to Algona where he made his home with Mr and Mrs Joe Miller on his farm near here. His wife, the former Agnes Reib- hoff preceded him in death in 1939. He was a veteran of World War 1. Survivors include four sons, Melvin, Harold and Bruce Dau, all of Milltown, Wis., and Lloyd of Luck, Wis.; one daughter, Mrs Carl (Mary) Anderson, Woodruff; a sister, Mrs Myrtle Jones, Grand Junction, Colo.; and nine grandchildren. Mrs Edith Hayenga of Fenton and Mrs Catherine Doege, Algona, are aunts. Stan Freeman, Humorist, Here This Saturday Stan Freeman, piano virtuoso and musical humorist who is a radio, TV, and recording star, will appear at the Algona high school auditorium Saturday night, Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. This is the second concert of the current season and s intended to present to the association members a change of pace from the more serious music of the Neuwe Amsterdam Trio which performed at the first concert of the season. Mr Freeman's repertoire covers piano interpretations, musical stories, show tunes and hilarious musical satires on numerous phases of the American musical scene. Numerous recordings on the Columbia, MGM and Epic labels have made Stan Freeman a coast-to- coast favorite. He has guest- starred innumerable times on the Gary Moore Show, the Steve Allen Show and many other top network television shows. School Boys Struck By Car Escape With Minor Injuries Here School Bus Is Struck From Rear, Monday Citywide Harvest Bargain Dnys begin Wednesday in Algona and continue the balance of the week. In this issue of The Algona Upper Des Moiups will be found dozens of ads with hundreds of bargains especially prepared for this shopping week. Your attention is invited to them. Every line of business is represented in the following pages, and regardless of what the family needs may be at the moment for fall and winter, the answers with especially appealing prices will be found herein. Algona, The Friendly City, invites you to take advantage of these special Harvest Bargain Days. FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Moines Nov. 15, Thursday — Public auc tion at farm of Stanley Black northeast of Burt; sale starts at 1 p.m., with Fraser and Leek, auctioneers, and Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Included in sale is machinery, cattle, sheep, hay, household and machinery of Raymond Westling. Details last week. Nov. 17, Saturday — Bill Taphorn sale, 3 east from Algona on McGregor St. and Hi south. Mach inery, Holstein cattle. Yungeberg & Reiling, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Details today • Nov. 20, Tuesday—Robert Boett cher Estate sale, 2 miles west of Lone Rock and 2% south, selling machinery, household goods, etc. Complete details in UDM this issue. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Nov. 24, Saturday — C. L. Pugsley, 1 mile east of Pioneer Seed lorn Plant. Machinery and dairy cattle. Security State Bank, clerk, Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer. Machinery Fire Bancroft — The Bancroft fire dept. was called to the Howard Weydert home just before noon Friday when their tractor and corn picker caught fire. The fire was put out before much damage was done. Algonan Gets One Year Term For Bad Check Leland Brown, Algona, was :aken to Ft. Madison where he began serving a one year term for 'alse drawing and uttering of a ) a n k check Monday. Sheriff ialph Lindhorst took Brown to Ft. Madison after the latter entered written plea of guilty to the charge in district court here. Appeal bond in the matter was set at $1,000 by Judge Fred M. Hudson. It was a fourth offense. The new cases were filed in district court here this week. An account case, with the Whittemore Co-Op Elevator as plaintiff, charges that Joe Keene, defendant, ewes an account of $204.29 for items charged from December 1959, to April this year. Mildred J. Clark, plaintiff, is seeking a divorce from Richard B Clark, defendant. Married at Jackson, Minn. Oct. 15, 1960, the Clarks separated in January this year. She charges cruel and in human treatment. There are no children. Fog Blamed For Monday Crashes In This Area Fog was responsible for u pair of crashes in this area Monday morning. At 7:55 a.m., an aulo driven by Jackie L. Hans, Hi, Dakota City, was completely demolished vvlicn it ran into a ditch and overturned 7'a miles west of Algona on highway Hi. Haas, who stated a blowout caused the mishap, was treated for a cut on the arm ut the hospital here and released. Ho was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle by Patrolman Bill Tordoff who investigated. Later Monday morning, a milk truck driven by Jerry Gilbertson, Ledyard, sustained $2,000 clamagg when it ran off a dead end road bur miles north and one east of Swea City. According to Palrol- man Tordoff, the driver was not njurecl. Two 125-pound hogs were killed vhen a car driven by Charles Doyle, Bancroft, struck them early Saturday night on a gravel road five miles northwest of Bancroft. The hogs wore owned by Ed Godfredson and extensive damage resulted to the front end of the auto. The owner of the. hogs reported that his hogs got out earlier in the day and he managed to round up all but the two who later got killed. Mrs. Saatoff Of Burt Dies; Funeral Today Rurt — Mrs Gertrude Tjaden Saatoff, 77, died !) a.m. Sunday al her home in Burt. She had lived Sheriff Don" Wood Tnvost'^ated'and life in the Hurt area p<,iii>pmun ni,.Lr Mittag Two Algona youngsters, Brian Will, 7, and Tim Hill, G' a , apparently escaped with minor injuries when they were struck bv nn auto at (he intersection of Minnesota and Kennedy streets here about 8:30 a.m. today 'Tuesday). The boys were rushed to St. Ann hospital following the near tragedy and treated for their injuries. Tim, son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Hill, suffered a bump on the head and bruises, and Brian, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Will, suffered a skinned face and bruises. It was expected that Tim would be released today, but further tests were being made to determine if the boys received further injuries. Driver of tho car which struck the boys, who were on their way to school at Lucia Wallace, about three blocks from the scene of the mishap, was William L. Willard, an employee of Percival Motors here. The aulo, owned by Clair Blossom, Algona insurance man, was headed north at the time. Willard was taking Blossom to his office so the auto could be serviced at the local garage. Arj other car, driven by Mrs Clayton Percival, according to investigating officers, passed the intersection on Kennedy street ahead of the Blossom vehicle. Willard and Blossom both stated they saw a group of children on the sidewalk at the west side of the intersection, but apparently did not see Tim and Brian. The boys were struck at the same time. Tim glanced off the vehicle and was thrown through the air to the parking west of Minnesota street and Brian was pinned under tho car and dragged an estimated 50 feet before the auto came to a stop. A jack was used to free him from the car. Blossom stated that he almost stepped on the Will boy when he got out of tho car to dash across the street to call an ambulance. Both men thought only one boy, Tim, had been hit, and didn't know there was another until Blossom got out of the auto. Willard was going to move the car, but Blossom told him not to. Marks on the pavement showed where the Will boy had been dragged by the vehicle. Willard stated following t h e near-tragic mishap that "1 was just terrified", and said the only children he saw were three who remained west of the intersection. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, Police Chief Al Boekelman and Deputy To Meet There will be a Garrigan Booster lub smoker Thursday, Nov. at 8 p.m. at the school. 13, Pat Cowan 1$ Named Queen In S.C.I. Ballot CEDAR FALLS - Miss Pat Cowan, a junior from Algona, was crowned the Associated Men Residence Halls Queen at the State College of Iowa Saturday night, Nov. The new queen and two other finalists were chosen by a panel of judges at the AMRH Beauty Pageant Thursday night, Nov 8 from a field of 15 candidates representing houses in the SCI men's residence halls. Miss Cowan was elected queen by a vote of all men residing on the SCI campus, on the basis of personality, poise and beauty. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs K S. Cowan, 1213 E. State St. most of her life in the Rurt area and had been in failing health the past year. Mrs Saatoff was born Oct. 17 1H85 near Ackley, and came to the Burt area when she was a small girl. She received her education in a rural school in Cnion township. April 10, 1912, she was married to Rudolph Saatoff at Prairie Uu Chien, Wis. He survives. They observed their golden wed ding anniversary this year. Three surviving children arc- Mrs Ellen Besch, Elma, Mrs Lewis Dogotch, Emmelsburg, and Lloyd at home. Also surviving is a brother, Jelle Tjaden, Garner A son, a daughter, three sisters and four brothers preceded her in death. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday i Today i at the Burl Methodist church with Rev. W. G Bohi officiating. Burial will be in the Burt township cemetery with McCullough funeral chapel of Algona in charge of arrangements Piano Recital Piano students of Caryl Larseri held a recital at the Lutheran Social Hall Sunday. Taking part in .he recital were Randy and Jeff Newlin, Patty Phelps, Heidi and Thor Thoreson, Corrinne Johnson. Daryl and David Holcomb, Paul pmflnn anrl iv/fai-k rvr'.-~~_ I'oliceman Dick Mittag gave assistance at the scene and also rode with tho boys in the ambulance to the hospital. SCHOOL BUS HAMMED IN MORNIM; I-XHJ All 31 students on an Algona Community School District bus escaped injury when tho vehicle was struck from the rear by an auto driven by Tom Studer, 17, Algona, at H-.20 a.m. Monday. The mishap occurred in a dense fog a mile west of Algona on McGregor street road. Voung Studer and his brother. .John, 13, a passenger in the auto, were rushed to St Ann hospital fur treatment of head cuts. Tom was released Monday, but John, whose* ruts were more severe, remained a the hospital Tuesday fur further treatment. Tom Studer was charged with traveling at a speed greater than reasonable by Patrolman Bill Tordoff who investigated. Driver of the school bus was Bill Naylor, 55, Algona. The bus had stopped to pick up passengers ut the Kenneth Brandovv farm just before the crash. Damage to the bus was estimated at $200, while damage to the Studer auto was estimated at $900. The road was wet and slippery at

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