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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1934 LAST RITES FOR SID BACKUS Many Friends From All Sections Here to Pay Final Tribute to "Sid" An extremely large crowd attended tee funeral services of Sid J. Backus, Algona postmaster and former co-publisher of this paper, held at the Congregational church Thursday afternoon. The Rev. B. M. Southgate, Britt, for- tter pastor, conducted the services with the Rev. J. R. Hoerner, local pastor, assisting. The ceremony at the grave was con. ducted by the Masons. Pallbearers Were Olen Branson, Des Moines, W. R. McDonald, Hugh Herman, Carl Pearson, E. J. van Ness and O. A. atomyer. Large floral wreaths expressed the tinspoken sympcthy of a host of close Mends. W. Giddings, Wesley Pioneer, Celebrate* Two Babies Born on F. D. R.'» Birthday Two baby boys, bom on Tuesday of Iwt week at the General hospital, President Roosevelt's birthday, will probably be called Franklin, or at least Delano, in honor of the president. The two Infants were born within a rfhort time of each other. Dr. and 3Hrs. K. R. Rogers of Britt are the parents of one child, and Dr. and Mrs. T. 8. Clark of Bradgate are the parents of the other. W. P. Giddings, one of Wesley's pioneer citizens, quietly celebrated his ninetieth birthday anniversary at the home of his son, A. E. Giddings, Jast week Monday. Mr. Giddings, although one of the most elderly men In the county, Is able to be up and about, and among other things can read without glasses and takes a lively interest in current affairs. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER January 31 43 26 February 1 33 8 February 2 42 25 February 3 57 19 February 4 35 13 February 5 29 21 February 6 25 It Corn. Oats ALGONA MARKETS white $.37% yellow 31 mixed 35% 30 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-240 $3.70 Medium weight, 240-260 3.40 Butchers, 260-300 3.20 Prime butchers, 300-350 3.00 Packing Sows, 300-350 2.60 Packing Sows, 400 2.40 Packing Sows, 400-500 2.00-2.20 Light weight, 140 2.30 Light weight, 160 2.70 Leight weight, 180 3.00 Cattle dinners and cutters 50c-tl.25 Fat cows J1.50-M.25 Calves *3.00-$5.00 Fat Steers $3.50-14.50 Stock Steers $2.50-$3.25 Bulls $1.50v$2.0ft Yearlings $3.00-$4.00 70 in Irvington Sign Up for Corn- Hog Farm Program Irvington: Up to this date seventy in Irvington township have signed the corn hog program. There are fifteen left, who have not designated their intentions. On Friday of this week an•other opportunity will be given those -who still wish to sign. The meeting "Will be held In Dist. No. 3, an all day session. Mrs. Chas. Egel has been critically ffl the past week at her home bronchitis. Shirley Roney and Phyllis Parsons arc among the latest victims of the with chicken pox. Miss Ruth Turner was a Friday and Saturday guest of her friend, Miss Ruby Koepke. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover of the Doan neighborhood were Sunday visitors at the Harry Seeley home. Miss Dorothy Mawdsley WAS a week «nd guest at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. J. c. Mawd- aley. Miss Elsie Egel, teacher of the Chester Schoby school in Riverdale, resigned Friday and Miss Volentine of Burt will nil out the school year. Mrs. Clayton Baskln of North. Dakota visited last Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Frank Ditsworth. Mrs. Baskin wan formerly Lily Bowen, daughter of X«rpy Bowen and for many years lived OB the farm now owned by Ted Mrs. Baskln came on business. Brownell Completes 40th Year in Business Last week J. A. Brownell celebrated his fortieth anniversary as an Algona business man. Ho came here forty years ago from Three Rivers, Michigan, and in partnership with a Mr. Allred of Garner and a Mr. J. W. Hayward of Vlnton opened a shoe store known as Brownell and Allred. Nelthe of the partners ever lived In Algona When Mr. Allred went out of the busl ness some years later the firm was known as the Brownell Shoe Co. Some twenty years ago Ralph Horlgan became a clerk In the store and In July 1922 bought a half interest which he held until 1933 when he sold out to Mr. Brownell. Mr. Brownell has not confined himself to the store entirely, but at various times has been on the road sell- Ing footwear. However, since Mr. Horlgan sold out Mr. Brownell has devoted his time to the store where he 1s Cream 20c assisted by his son, Roy. who has been permanently located with the store the past six years. Previously he had assisted-at various times. Mr. Brownell Is one of perhaps less than half a dor- en who have been In business In Algona forty years. Wesley Party for President Nets $20 Wesley: The Roosevelt birthday par- y held at Wesley last week Tuesday cleared $20 for the Warm Springs Foundation for the care of children suffering from Infantile paralysis. The money has been forwarded to the foundation. A very good crowd also attended the annual Firemen's ball, held Wednesday night of tact week, and the ram ef.|M was added to the treasury. This is the only means the boys have of raising extra money for equipment, etc., and they are appreciative for the cooperation of the community in their behalf. Poultry Hens, 4% Ibs. and up .............. 9c Hens, under 4% Ibs ................ 7c Leghorn Hens ..................... 6c Springs, 5 Ibs. and up ............. 9c Springs, under 5 Ibs ............... 8c Leghorn Springs .................. 5c Heavy Breed Stags ................ 6e Leghorn Stags ..................... 4c Roosters ............................ 4e Metropolitan Life vs John Dolan, e al, foreclosure. First Trust, Chicago vs Lorln Hodg son, et al, foreclosure. Johnston Clay Works, Inc. vs C*r Brown, contract. Minnie Niver vs E. P. Hanson, sheriff of Hancock, injunction. tr. S. Rubber Products vs B. F. Sorenson, account. Equitable Life vs Frank Wolf, et al foreclosure. Montgomery Ward Co. vs W. H. Altwegg, account. John Brintanan vs Orville Hedrick, lease. Mamie Finkelstein vs Mrs. Harriet Rice, account. Moe Sc Sjogren vs Joe Cosgrove and Emma Cosgrove, account. D. W. Bates, Rec. Farmers Savings Bk., Swea City, vs Lark Reynolds, note. John A. Loeschen vs Pierre Sartor et al, foreclosure. Mary Ann Nemmers vs Adam Juchem et al, lease. Isgo Wall Paper Corporation vs Paine & Sorenson, collection. Sldlas-Duda-Myers Co vs Ed. Holecek, account. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS First Nat! Holding Co., to E. H. Lange, SEU of Sec. 24, Twp. 100 N., R. 28 W., and SW fractional quarter, tc., containing 187.5 acres in all, sub- ect to liens and taxes. $1 and other onsideratlon. Odey Cherland to John T. Cherland, ft of Sect. 4, Twp. 97 N., R. 29 West th P. M. Peter Hans, Sr., to Minnie Hans, WfflTEMOREGlRLWEDSFENTON MAN IN BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY Delphiae Meier Bride of Martin Hantleman Last Wednesday No. 1 No. 2 ITc He NEW CARS LICENSED Calvin Householder, Lone Rock, 1933 Chevrolet truck. D. C. Mahan, Algona, 1934 Ford tudor O. C. Hood, Burt, 1934 Ford tudor. Peter Kollasch, Sr., Whittemore, 1934 Plymouth 4-door. C. A. Dailey, Estherville, 1934 Ford tudor. Olen, Swanson, Algona, 1934 Ford truck. Clinton Waltman, Burt, 1934 Ford tudor. MARRIAGE LICENSES Floyd Morton, Austin, and Lucille Boylan. Blue Earth, Jan. 30. Eugene Relter, Bancroft, and Careta Taylor, Bancroft, Feb. 1. Edwin Roberts. Mankato. and Margaret Schuman, Mankato, Feb. 2. Leslie Denton. Bancroft, and Marie Haack, Lone Rock, Feb. 2. Miguel Merotta, Lakota and Marin Munez, Feb. 2. Henry Ooetz. Wesley, and Elizabeth Erdmann, Wesley. John C. Doocy, Swea City, and Mary Sennett, Waverly, Feb. 6. NEW CASES FILED Means Oldsmobile Sales Co., vs Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff. 8. Helen and Sarah Eiel, vs J. C. Koppen, damage suit. Exchange State Bank, Wesley, vs Bruce Peck et al, chattel foreclocun. aoodye«r Tit* Co. n J. H. Menk*. account. J. D. Lowe, administrator A. L. Bowen estate, vs Mrs. Howard Morgan, executrix of estate of Elizabeth Bowen, foreclosure. Now on Display The 1934 Buick "When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them" *** and the 1934 Buick proves that The 1934 Pontiac Including alt the latest improvements in straight 8 cylinder engineering development, The 1934 Plymouth After you see this car you'll know why it has stolen all auto shows in the low price field* DEMONSTRATIONS We cordially invite the public to accept our invitation to ride in any or each of these beautiful new cars. The year 1934 will mark a new point in the automobile industry—in design, motor performance, durability and economy—and Buick, Pontiac and Plymouth lead the field. Algona Motor Sales ({•Classic Motor Co.) Phone 7 14 S. of Algona Hotel. of Sect. 11, Twp. 99 N\, R. 28 W., subject to $5,000 mortgage and also Lot 8, Block 16, Lakota. $1 other consideration. Jacob Johnson to Mathilda Johnson, SH of 8EH of Sect. 35, Twp. 96, R. 27 W 5th P. M., Wesley. $1, love and affection. Blue Earth Investment Co. to First Nat! Holding Co., of Elmore, 8EH of Sect. 24 In Twp. 100 N., R. 28 W. and SW fractional quarter Sec. 19, Twp. 100 N., R. 27. $1 and other consideration. Equitable Life to Metropolitan Life, Whittemore: A very pretty wedding took place at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church when. Miss Delphlne Meier and Martin Hantleman were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed toy Rev. W. H. Dlscher. The bridal couple was attended by Miss Tillie Meier, sister of .the bride and Hllbert Hantleman, cousin of the groom. The bride was beautiful In a white faile suit with accessories to match and she carried a bouquet of pink roses and white snapdragons. The bridesmaid wore a rust colored satin dress with accessories to match attd carried bouquet of pink snapdragons. The irldegroom and best man wore dark blue suits. Mrs. Hantleman Is the daughter of Mrs. Fred Meier and has grown to womanhood In this community and has large number of friends who extend heir best wishes to the young couple. Ar. Hantleman is a flne young man from Fenton. T. P. 8. Sponsor* PUy "An Old Fashioned Mother," a play sponsored by the Young People's society, will be presented Friday evening, February 9, and Sunday evening, Feb. John Cullen, Jr., of Whittemore and Tom Flood of Osage drove to Storm Lake Thursday. They attended the funeral of Rt. Rev. Msgr. William Cook, V. O., at that place Saturday. Clifford Brogan and Howard Hines of Lake City spent Tuesday evening with the former's brother, A. D. Brogan and family. They were cnroute to Gamer to attend a business meeting. Joe Oliver of ViUlsca spent Sunday and Monday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver and his sister, Mrs. Alice Calry and family here and his brother, Cletus Oliver and family at Emmeteburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bonnstetter and family and Joe and Esther Bonnstetter of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. John Bleuer and family of West Bend were dinner guests of Mrs. Josephine Haag and family Sunday. Will Weber and Bill Bonnstetter returned Friday after spending a few days with the former's brother, Chris Weber and family at Wells, Minn., and with his sister, Mrs. Mike Weydert and family at New Rlchland, Minn. of 17 to » and the *«*fed ««« WB» vtetorlou* by a score of Mjo 18. Local Legion Auxiliary Holding Esaay Contest Hagg TTnit No. 90 of the Amertean Legion Auxiliary Is sponsoring the Pl- dac essay contest in Algona The essay, which must be completed oeiore- February 15th Is on the subject "Pea«w With Security," and all high school students are eligible to enter the contest. Fldac, a name made up of initials of Federation InwralSes <!es Ande*» Combattants (Interallied Federation of ex-Service Men>, i« the great International organization of veterans' societies of ten of the allied countries In the World war. The subject was selected at the last congress which was? held In Morocco. . Winning essays are to be sent to tne- natlonal headquarters to participate In the natioSal prizes being offered and In turn,the national winners will parUel- nate-in the international contest to Paris. The Algona winning essayists will ba awarded $3.00 and $8.00 by the Legion Auxiliary. of Sec. 34, Twp. 97 N., R. 28 W., of 5th P. M. $1, other consideration. Equitable Securities Co. to Metropolitan Life, SH of NW% of Sec. 27, Twp. 9V N., R. 27 W. of 5th P. M. $1, other consideration. Walter Frombach to Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank, EH NEU lying N. of Ry.. and In Sec. 8, and 7H acres W. of drainage ditch In NW% of NW% of Sec. 9, Twp. 95, R. 30. $6,210.93. Sheriff to Aetna Life, EH of SE>4 if Sec. 18, Twp. 97 N., R. 28, except one chool acre, etc. 79 acres in all. $6.16.03. Lizzie Nekton Maloney, widow, to .utheran Ladies' Aid of Lakota, Lot 6, Block 7, Lakota. $1. Florence Legler et ux to Mae Moore nd Minnie King, lots 3 and 6 of 8% f Lot 6, Block 10, of Whitman, now ncorporated into town of LuVerne, also Lot 3, Block 1. $1, other consideration. Sheriff to Federal Land Bank, Omaha, 8WK Sec. 26, Twp. 95 N., R. 28. 14,293.34. Sheriff to Federal Land Bank.Oma- ha, 8 60 acres of NE% of Sec. 10, 8WV4 of NEH Of Sec. 11. Twp 94 N.. R. 28 W. 6th F. M. U0.ni.04, to mnltMito Ute. BK<4, of Sec. 5, Twp. 96 N., R. 30 W. 5th P. M. containing 60 acres. $14,572. Sheriff to Henry Lentach, undivided interest to the 8W% of Sect. 6 In Twp. 98, R. 29, W 5th P. M. P. W. Lee and wife to R. 8. Lee. EH Of SE% Lot 4, Sect. 25, also EH of of Sect. 36, in Twp. 99 N., R. 29, West 5th P. M., and except two acres on S end all of Lot 1 In Sect. SO, Twp. 95 N. R. 28, containing 235 aeret. $1, other consideration. • P. J. Hoffman to Equitable ZJfe of Iowa, SE»4 of Sect. 12, Twp. 100 N., R. 29, 160 acres, more or less $7.000. Sheriff to Travelers Ins. Co., NH of Sect. 25, Twp 100 N., R. 30. $21,800. 10, in St. Paul's Lutheran school hall. The cast of characters includes Linda Roeber, Eldora Dau, Bernlce Balgeman, Lillian Heldenwith, Mathilda Vaudt, Mathilda Wagner, Roy Balgeman, Herbert Vaudt, Herbert Zumaeh, Herman Behnke, Alfred Meyer and Henry Halm. The West Bend Independent basketball team met the Whittemore Independent basketball team on the local floor Friday night. The local boys won by a score of 25 to 19. This game was called at seven o'clock and was followed by two high school games, LuVeme girls and boys versus Whittemore. The local girls won their game 26 to 16 while the local boys lost by a score of 25 to 12. Miss Ruth Balgeman who teaches In the public school at Sheflfeld, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman and family. Harold Roth went to Minneapolis on Thursday where he wrote examinations Friday and Saturday for a radio station license from the Federal Radio Commission. Mrs. S. J. Hayes and son, Jackie and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughter, Mary Joyce visited Saturday afternoon at the John Stell and Gerald Ryan homes n Emmetsburg. 'Bring 'Em Back Alive* C. C.. "Bring-'em-back-allve" Wright if Algona has outdone Frank Buck In his matter of catching wild game barehanded. Driving home one night not so long go, he saw a duck waddling down the pavement. Turning on his automobile's potllght he blinded the bird, and while t stood confused. Mr. Wright got out f the rar, circled around duck, and. grabbed It. It was a greenhead mallard, and Is eported to have made a flne family inner. A probable explanation for the tird's being found on the road is that t struck an electric line and was stunned.—Des Moines Tribune. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOB SALE—A few new, all porce- ain, coal ranges. While they last $89.50.—BJustrom's. 8-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Ua«rs biggest boosters. Medium siae, $77.50 — BJustrom's, Algona, Iowa. . •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••V Public Sale Saturday, February 10, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp Biddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture Wat we hare offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private sale. On our Saturday sale we will sell our usual amount of live stock consisting of horses, cattle, brood sows and other feeding hogs. The following line of machinery will be sold: Emerson corn planter with 80 rods of wire, single row corn plow, 16 wheel disc, Hbosler endgate seeder complete, 20 wheel tractor disc, 1 good narrow tire wagon with box, new wagon box, 1 feed grinder 8 inch burr, 10 links down spouting, 12 strips of tin ridge. We have some repossessed furniture to sell to-wlt: bath tub, kitchen sink, bathroom stool complete, bathroof lavatory, hot water tank. These fixtures are new and have never been used. Also a number of beds, tables, chairs, and other articles, 1 Shaw piano, dresser, gas heater good as new. Bring what you have to sen and be on hand to buy what you want. TERMS—Cash, NO property to be removed until settled for. C. 0. Riddle. Auctioneer Sate pavfHon east «f O. * N. W. depot. List property with Jesse Riddle at the Ooryell Oil Station, Phone 83, or auctioneer. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••H An Early Showing ISf tx^rect Spring SOife, New Colors and Styles* EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 40c per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.—J. w. Haggard, Algona, phone 230. 3-tf Miscellaneous WANTED TO BUY—Potatoes. Any quantity.—Riehin Produce Co. Britt. 6-7* WANTED- Married man wants farm work. Experienced. Box 104, Algona. 6* HELP WANTED—Algona Hotel wants experienced waitress. Apply at once. g Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— KirschJ Laundry. Phone 287. 49-tJ FOR SALE—Thresners or corn shelters' Hens. Algona Upper Des Moines. For Kent FOR RENT—« room modern bungalow. 701 N. Woostcr St. Possession on March 1st. Also garage.—Irviu See- 6* Lost-Found —SmiU silver Rosary in silver Reward. Notify this oflice. 6 2, Sterling silver ring at Fisher's Cafe. Owner may have wane by identifying and paying fur ad. 8 All Wool Worsted Fabrics* Celanese Lined Throughout Late Styles in Men's Dress Caps 95c Spring Hats xxx New Colors and Styles $2.95 A Special Offering of Men's Over- Coats-Three Large Groups Boucle, Cari Kurls, Polo, Melton Cloths, Charter Dress Shirts, collar attached, vat dye, fast color. Both patterns and plain colors 12.50/17.50,19.85 $1 A Visit to Our Work Goods Department Will Save You Money Lined Jackets now priced at Men's Work Shoes at Men's two buckle rubbers — Men's medium wt. ribbed union suit _. A tine yarn, blue G'fiambray Work Shirt $ 1.39 $ 1.98 UP $ 1.45 69c 49c *r Men's waterproof suede l 'fiJ0£h jacket $O OC zipper fastener £»»Ov Men's golden fleeced chore glove, 2 pr. ' Dl(l OA Eastern 220 weight denim D1U OU Pull Cut and Trim Overalls 1.19 The Hub Clothiers Leuthold-Williams-Reynolds Algona, Iowa «

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