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Tl» Algona Upper Oat MOJBM, Algom, Imm, F«b. IB, 1934 OFFICERS SEEK NEW CLUES IN ROBBERY CASE (Continued from Page One) ft-ank Green found a car with a Kan- Jtsa license parked in front of the Sor- cnsen grocery. Three men were in It and upon being questioned, said they were trying to find their way out of town. He arrested thefo on suspicion Sheriff Dahlhauser took them back to the Robinson home. Robinson said ne believed one of the men was the one who had threatened him, and the police grilling began. The trio, W. W. Martin. 38, Nels Davis, 26, and Pearl Reynolds, 38, denied any connection wtth the affair, and even the cross-examination of men from the state bureau of investigation did not produce any weaknesses ir. flwir stories. Saturday morning the trio were sentenced to 15 days cpiece In Jail by Justice H. B. White on charges of drunkenness in the case of Martin and Reynolds, and Davis was sentenced on a charge of driving an auto without a drivers' llcenes. Wore Robber Gkrrea • The bandits evidently wore rubbe Stoves, because a finger print expert *ould find no prints, only smudges such aa gloves leave. 'The Robinsons have four children t. C. Robinson and Mrs. W. H. Alt «egg who live near Algona, Mrs. T R. Pickard of Burt, and Mrs. B. C Pickard of Littleton, HI. The records of Reynolds and Davis us uncovered by the state bureau o Investigation, follow: ; Pearl Reynolds THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Ixv Feb. 7 28 18 Feb. 8 22 14 Feb. 9 21 9 Feb. 10, trace of snow 33 13 Feb. 11 48 Feb. 12 42 Feb. 13 .S7 20 32 19 : Arrested Kansas City, Mo., in 1908; Charge—drunk. Fancy Scodlees Grapefruit, doz. __ Florida Oranges per dozen 10 Ibs. 47c Fancy Sweet ;•% Potatoes, 4 Ibs. __ JM - - - __ ____—»— — "* Complete Line of Fan- *\ cy Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Alaska Pink Salmon', 2 1-lb Macaroni, !• Spkgs. for __. Oatmeal, large pkg. _. Lewis Lye, per can Complete Line of Fresh Meats Fresh, Smoked and Salt Fish Young Beef by Quarter Top Price for Eggs H.R.Sorensen&Co. Phone 138-13.9 We Deliver. lOc MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED John C. Doocy. Swea City and Mary M. Sennett, Waverly, Feb. 6. Walter B&nwart, Wfest Bend, ahc Esther Keller. West Bend. Feb. 8. Leonard Klocke, Wesley and Eleanor Neumann, Algona, Feb. 9. Hardwlg Rlchman, Readyn, Iowa nd Emelda Peters, Readyn, Feb. 10 Vernon easier, Algona, and Emma Schueler. Swea City, Feb. 10. Oran Hudson, Irvington, and Elsie Egel, Irvington, Feb. 12. Jerry H. Boekelman, Titonka, and Emma Lou Fritz, Tltonka, Feb. 12. Silas Parsons, Bradgate, and Lottie . Smith, Algona, Feb. 12. Ralph Mlsner, Madella, Minn., and Edna Lewis, Madella, Feb. 14. ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.36 2 yellow 35 2 mixed 34% Oats 28% Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-240 $3.70 Medium weight, 240-260 3.40 Butchers, 260-300 3.20 Prime butchers, 300-350 3 06 Packing Sows, 300-350 260 Packing Sows, 400 340 Packing Sows, 400-500 2.00-2.20 Light weight, 140 2 30 Light weight, 160 2 70 Light weight, 180 300 Canners and cutters SOc-11.25 Fat cows $1.50-$2.00 Calves $3.00-$5.00 Fat Steers *3.60-$4.50 Stock Steers |2.60-$3.26 Bulls $1.50-$2.00 Yearlings $3.00-$4.00 Cream 22c Poultry Hens, 4ft Ibs. and up 9c Hens, under 4H Ibs 7c .eghorn hens 6c Springs, 5 Ibs. and up 9c Springs, under 5 Ibs 8c >ghorn springs 5c Seavy breed stags 6c jeghorn stags 4c toasters 1o. 1 2 EM* .40 NEW CARS LICENSED .14c .IOC Marie Kunz. Wesley, 1934 Plymouth edan. Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt, 1934 de luxe Ford coupe. Arrested Kansas City, Mo., In 1909; charge—fighting. Arrested In Kansas City, Mo., in 1914; charge—drunk. Arrested Des Moines in 1914; charge —fighting. 11 Received men's reformatry, A mimosa, from Union county, 1916; charge perjury, sentence 10 years. Arrested Des Moines, 1923, chargg breaking and entering, grand larceny Arrested Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1925, charge forgery, turned over to Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Arrested Cedar Rapids, 1926, charge— cheating under false pretense. Sentence 6 months in county Jail. Arrested Des Moines, 1926; charge— malicious mischief. Neb Arrested Des Moines, 1927; charge — grand larceny. Arrested Sioux City, Iowa, 1931; charge— Jarceny of poultry; sentenced years men's reformatory. Arrested Sioux City, Iowa, charge— larceny of poultry. 1931; ST. BENEDICT NEWS G. E. Arndorfer «35 seriously ill on Sunday and Monday. Frank Grangennett and N. H. ftas- Kopf spent a day the past week at Des Molnts. Rev. H. B. Kramer attended the funeral of Rev. DeMuth of Buffalo Center last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plckens of Algona spent Sunday afternoon at the E. F. Arndorfer home. Mrs. Henry Batter (pent last •wesk. »t Tltonka at the home of her daughter Mrs. Martin Blelch. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer is spending several weeks at Wesley with her sister, Mrs. Anna Kunz. Miss Ellen Simons left last Thursday morning for Iowa City where she will spend some time at the hospital. Miss Adelaide EUenbarth and her friend of Algona spent Sunday evening with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Loralne Huschka Is helping at the Julian Arndorfer home this week, the Arndorfers are moving to Algona In the near future. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, son Bernard and daughters, Lucille and Mrs. A. J, Fehr attended the funeral of Charles Paciz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz Tuesday afternoon at Algona. Let the XT. D. M.-R. estimate on your next job ol printing. SHOP AT A * ? FOR THESE Fine Values 'rt«lR£ UOMOMT hUllii C. & H. PURE CANE SUGAR, 10 Ibs. - 49c NAVY BEANS, 4 Ibs. 14c DEL MONIES" 2™;" 25c COLD STBEAM Pink Salmon - 2 S;, 1 ta " 23c WET SHRIMP - 2*;, 1 19c CANDY K, - BED SOUK PITTED CHERRIES Si 2 Ibs. 19c lOc No. 2 can COFFEE Chase & Sanburn's, Ib. Red Circle Coffee, 2 Ibs. 39c Bokar Coffee, 2lbs. - 43c Sultana Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 Ib. box __..21c Van Camp's Tomato Cocktail, 2 cans 17c Encore Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles, pkg. __5c Bed Sour Pitted Cherries, water pk., No. 10 can 43c Beet Sugar, 10 Ib. bag 47c, 26 Ibs. $1.18,100 Ibs. 4.55 C. & H. Sugar, 25 Ib. bag $1.23, 100 Ibs. $4.75 Exell Graham Crackers, 2 Ib. caddy 21c Graperfuit, size 96, each 5c FHt GKtai AUANIIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. 450 ENJOY WEST BEND CREAMERY ANNUAL MEETING Boss Brown, Bob Chambers Are New Directors; Thatch- Reelected President Quality was the theme word at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Fanners Creamery Co., of West Bend Saturday. The meeting was held at the school building and by ten o'clock the butter and cream scoring was under way with cream scorer Mr. Weaver of Algona in charge. The aroma of hot coffee, or was it •hose cheese sandwiches, drew 450 past the long tables. Edwards orchestra provided the music. This festive hour was climaxed by Mike Stattleman, the rope contortionist. Order was called In the auditorium at me o'clock by President Chas. Thatch-. T. John Christiansen, assistant manager of the iown, £ ta $e Creameries, of Mason City, spofce on relationship be 1 * tween the farmers and cooperative creameries with Iowa State Brand. He said, "Every patron should speak of his creamery as 'our creamery.' He believes that the Interest of young people and women have been more instrumental thun anything else in raising the standard of cream. Dr. P. O. Dorweiler ot West Bead gave a most instructive talk from Ms note book compiled at the veterinarians' convention In Des Moines recently. He touched upon three diseases to demonstrate proper and improper ways to care for herds. Awards of scoring were as follows: first, $3.00, Mary Rink, Miss Rink has won this honor threa consecutive years; second. $2.00, tie, Caroline Merscn and Donald Blair; third, »1 00. tie, R. Ber- nlnghaus. Jr. nrH John Montae; fourth, 50 cents, ties, Hi Gerber and John Schmalcn. There was a 24 per cent or 86,143 pound increase of butter production over 1932, it wns also explained. Two new directors were elected: Ro-=s Brown to succeed John P. Merech and Bob Chambers to succeed Geo. Jacobs. Chas. Frieden and Chas. Thatcher were reelected. The following officers were elected: president, Chas. Thatcher; vice president, Ernest Zaugg; secretary and treasurer, Frank Lockwood. BANCROFT PRIEST IS TRANSFERRED Rev. Pick to Take Parish at Sutherland; at Bancroft a Tear Bancroft: Due to the deaths of Msgr, M. T. O'Connell and Msgr. William Cook changes have been made in the Sioux City diocese' by Bishop Heelan. Rev. H. Pick, assistant at the St. John's parish received word last week that he was to take the parish of Sutherland. Iowa. Father Pick has been here exactly a year, but even in that short time the people have achieved the highest regard for him, and nil regret to see him leave. Father Pick will leave for his new appointment on Friday. The pariah will have no assistant until Jtate when aj newly ordained priest will come here to assist Father Scholtes. Mr. Hatlestad from Ftast, Minn., a brother of Mrs. Vincent Lattimer, Is here for two weeks' visit. A party of young folks surprised Lawrence Delterlng on his seventeenth birthday last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nemmers left for Des Moines Wednesday morning to attend the national hardware convention. Hubert Hood has been home for the put veek assisting in tre home store while he is recovering from a slight illness. Rev. Father Scholtes, pastor of St. John's church and Charles Quinn drove to Sioux City last Friday to attend the funeral of Msgr. M. T. O'Connell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leslie and two children visited Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Leslie and she returned home with them for a week's visit. Bowlers Batter Ball*; Farmer* Lead The Farmers bowling team still held a substantial lead in the leagufe play at the Barry Recreation Parlor, stands follow, as of l«wt week: W L Farmers , as 10 Court II-use Rats 17 18 Phillips -68" n 18 Hanks Oolts 18 17 Coryell 70 13 26 Barry's Bowlers 18 29 The Pet .897 .515 £15 .485 .394 .394 League play will continue for some time, and is attracting much interest. The boys are also improving with every game. Funeral Directors Meet Funeral directors of five counties met at Algona, Tuesday evening, at the Al- jona hotel, to discuss problems relative » their business. W. O. McCullough lad charge of local arrangements. There were about 20 present. West Bend Marriage Walter Banwart and Esther Keller of Algona were married by H. B. White, ustloe of the peace, Thursday. Oh friday, Justice White united Frank lernandez of Elmore and Carlota Corden of Frost In another ceremony. O. S. Underkofler was called to Adrian, Minn., to assist in the Donnelly drug store while Mr. Donnelly takes in the druggists convention in the Twin Cities. Dr. R. E. Weber drove to Coleridge Saturday to visit friends over the week end. Harold Pohlman accompanied him as far as Sioux City to visit with relatives. Robert Quinn spent from Wednesday until Saturday of last week in Omaha. Mrs. Bridget Quinn and Mrs. Bill Quinn took him to Fort Dodge where he took the train. The student** of St. John's high school presented a play Monday evening to commemorate Abraham Lincoln's birthday. The crowd was large and the acting was of the best. Rossnth Hospital News Friday, Martin Blelch of Tltonka entered for medical treatment. Friday, Mrs. Emll Stoffel of Algona entered to receive medical treatment. Sunday, Mrs. J. M. Love cf Garner entered for medical treatment. Tuesday, cieone Worster of Algona entered the hospital for surgical treatment. Tuesday, Nedra Wolfe, 4, of Wesley entered to receive treatment for a fractured hip. Wednesday, Dennis Goeders was discharged as a patient. Algerians' Daughter on WHO Program Miss Marcllle Nickell, & coed at Drake University at Des Moines, was one of those to appear on the Paul Stoye musical program broadcast over WHO at four-thirty Monday. Miss Nickell la the daughter of John T. Nickell, Maytag representative for Kossuth county, who makes his headquarters alt BJustrom's. Steal from Oar George Butterfleld, living near Swea City, reported the loss of a grease gun. blankets and gas from hts automobile as it was parked in his garage, Feb. 8, on his farm. Sheriff Dahlhauser is investigating. PLUM CREEK NEWS June Adelle Aman returned Sunday from Des Moines where she has Just finished a course at the Iowa School of Beauty culture. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale Methodist Church C. V. Hulat. pastor The Homebuilders class will hold its monthly fellowship party at the church Friday evening, February 16th. Dinner will be served covered dish style at six-thirty o'clock, and a good program is promised to follow. World's Day of Prayer Is next Friday and will be observed in a union prayer service at the Presbyterian church at three o'clock p. m. The Algona District Music Festival will be held at the high school auditorium Sunday evening, February '.25 Presbyterian Church Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Minister Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at II a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. und evening services at 7:30 p. m. On Friday afternoon of this week the annual day of prayer for missions will be observed in the Presbyterian church. This is a cooperative movement on the part of the various church denominations in which everyone joins together in prayer for the interest of the great Christian church at home and abroad. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance. The communicants' class will meet on Saturday at 10:30 o'clock in the church. The young people in the church are most, cordially Invited to join this group and prepare for the duties and obligations of memberihip. Baptist Church Arthur S. Hoeser. pastor The orchestra and choir will rehearse this week on Thursday night at the usual hours. The Sunday services will be as follows: morning worship at 11 a. m., evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m., Sunday School at 10 a. in. Young Peoples meeting at 7 p. m. We urge you to attend the Bible- study and pray L -r meeting on Wednesday nights at 7:30 p. m. The attendance Is unusually good. The enthusiasm is above normal. Everyone is Welcome. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY. SB. Notice is hereby Riven Hint hy virtue of special execution directed to mo from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, town, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 29th day of January, 1934, In favor of Fred ll Doty as plaintiff, and against C. B. Al- brlRht and Kate L. AlbrlRht as defendants, for the Hum of Two thousand one 'J?? 11 ^.?. thirty-one ana 07-100 .U2Ui.- «7> Dollar* ana ootili. tnxed at h«v«n- ty-slx and 11-100 ($76.11) Dollars and accruing costs. I have levied upon the . following described real property as the property of the said C. R Albright. Kate I.. Albrlsrht, et al to satisfy silld execution, to-wlt: All that part of lot seven f") of Auditors plat of the southeast Quarter (8 KM) of the Northeast Quarter 1 (NI-;'4> of section Kleven (11} In township Ninety-five (95) rtanRc twenty- nln>! (i'!M wlilcli lies west of a line Pfirnllel t'i nnd distant west Hlxty-nne 1-odH (01) from the east line of said lot seven (7) West of the Jtli Principal Meridian. And I will proceed to soil said property, r )r so much thereof HH may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs ami accruing costs ut public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash. In hum], on the 7th day of March. 1MI. at the east door of the fi.urt llniise In Alpona. | n Kossulh '•riutity lowu. at Hie hour of 111 oVIock A. M . of said dav. when ami whert* ilin- attendance will lie Klven hv the undersigned. Dated thlH r.tli day of February 19.11 CAI'.r, DAHMIAITSKfl. Sheriff of KoHxuth County, Iowa. Hy CASKY l.OHH. Deputy. I'. A. Danson, I'lulnllff'M Attorney 7-^ FOB SAL&—100 Buff Orpington pullets; 300 White Leghorn pullets.—Mrs. V. V. Vought, 2 miles south St. Joe. Bode Rt. 1. FOB SALE—1929 Pontiac coach, Model T Ford with 1934 license.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 7 FOB SALE—Used reconditioned 1020 McOormick-Deerlng tractor, with guarantee.—R. c. Bauer, Wesley, Iowa. 7.8* FOB SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. While they last $89.50.—BJustrom's. 6-tf Mr. and Mrs. Tom Elefson were dinner guests Sunday at the Mervin Hauenstein home Sunday. The Clark ficuffbam family recently entertained a brother of Mr. Scuffham and his son, from Illinois. Eleanor Kaln, who attends school at he academy in Algona was absent on Monday because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger gave a dancing party at th«flr home on Thursday night of last week. Doris and Ronald Davidson were over night visitors Tuesday at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson. It is reported that Mrs. John Kaln has purchased the Lehman farm and her son, Edward and family will occupy it after March 1. Mrs. T. B. Pickard and Genevieve and Jeanne Attwegg spent Saturday &t the O. C. Robinson home near Algona where they helped ctean and put to right the damage done by the hold-up. George Crouch of Irvington townshin has rented the Henry Tjaden farm and will occupy It after March 1. The Henry Tjaden family win move to the Tjaden farm in Lotto creek township, CHEVROLET MEN MEET AT HOTEL No Packs— No Padding Mr. Winners of the Chevrolet Motor Company, Des Moines, Iowa, who is district manager In this area, la here to conduct a meeting at the Algona Hotel, with our local dealer, the Kohlhaas Bros, and the dealers in the surrounding territory. According to Mr. Winners, this is one of the most important meetings Chevrolet ha* ever conducted, because it deals with * new automobile merchandising K&Mcy, whereby the purchaser will fctftw the exact cost of ate automobile, delivered in front o* hlsr door, rather than having to rely on: ambiguous f. o. b. prices. A campaign is now being launched' among Chevrolet deafen and retell' salesmen in all parts of the United States Instructing them in the dew wlicy and giving them the suggested ow delivered price to be quoted In their- respective communities. "We are going to take the blinders off the order blank," Mr. Winners 5 a ., te< L " We are S 0111 * to let everybody know exactly how much their cars will cost them delivered in front or their doors. We are going to show ex, actly what makes up the difference between the list, or "f. o. b." price and " , . the final cost."— Adv. Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium slue, $77.60.—Bjustrom'*, Algona, -..••:*,.•,•. :•-.<-,.. ,,.'• .• . -• 3.3 EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 40o per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.—J. w. Haggard, Algona, phone 230. 3-tf Miscellaneous CALIFORNIA—Have party with 6 room bungalow in Glendale, Ca., clear, wants to trade for Iowa farm. Address XYZ this paper. 7-8-9 WANTED—(Farm work. By married man. Life experience. Phone 7F14. 7* WANTED TO BUY—Potatoes. Any quantity.—Riehm Produce oo. Brltt. 6-7» Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 287. 49-tf FOR SALE—Thresners or corn shell- era' liens. Algona Upper Des Moines. Trinity Lutheran Church f. J. Braaer, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. in. English services al 10:30 a. in. Confirmation attractions Saturday at 10 a. in. The Y. P. s. will meet IIL-XI week Friday m the cveiling at eight, o'clock English Leuu-u services will be conducted Wtdiieiday of next week at 7:30 p. m. The public w also cordially Uivittd. if m / -*-r Grocery Values at AKRE'S Don't forget our Fresh Fish and Vegetables Including new Carrofe or Cauliflower, Lettuce, Celery, Parsnips or New Cabbage—all seasonable and of select quality. FLORIDA ORANGES are good and low-priced. Buy them by the pound. TEXAS Seedless Grapefruit FLORIDA Tangerines CALIFORNIA Navel Oranges all sizes are coming on fine. Just the cream of the season. Our "PURE QUILL" Coffee is wonderful. "Mandalay" is a fancy bleached flour .made in Minneapolis, Minn. Strictly guaranteed to give satisfaction. Read notice on every sack. Phone 290-291 or better—step in at AKRE'S WWWtfVrWUVVftrVWWWVUWi Ttt "BRINKLBY" A Snarl Plain-Tot J»r Drtit-Uf Wiar. • Men who know leathers and workmanship arc asking themselves "How does Freeman do it?" In the face of rising leather and labor costs, Freeman is giving the values of the season in Fashion-Built shoes. Priced low—but built to the famous Freeman standards of style, comfort and long wear. Come in and see these unusual values. Wont with Pride by Milliouf HUB Clothiers ••••••••••••• Public Sale Saturday, February 10, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are listing stuff every flay and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture that we havo 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. 1 mare, 9 years old, wt, 1650; 1 gelding, 10 years old, wt 1650. The following line of machinery will be sold: 1 Hayes com planter with 80 rods of wire, McCormick-Deering cream separator, Karl-Keen trunk for Model A Ford, 1 llneshaft, Ifl ft. long, 16 wheel disc 4 Incubators from 200 to 350 egg. All kinds of repossessed furniture consisting of chairs, tables, kitchen cabinet*, dressers, beds, In fact enough complete line to furnish, five or six rooms, including 1 Shaw piano. Bring what you have to sell and be on hand to buy what you want TERMS—Cash, No property to be removed untU settled for. . 0. Riddle, Auctioneer Sale pavilion east of O. * N, W. depot. List property with Jesse Riddle at the Coryell Oil Station, Phone 03, or auctioneer. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••H "GOOD AS NEW" Used Furniture CARLOAD AFTER CARLOAD STORAGE FURNITURE arrives weekly from the largest warehouses in the finest residential districts in eastern cities. Now being sold in Estherville at just a fraction of its actual value. A revelation to folks just starting housekeeping. "SAVINGS." EVERYTHING Beautiful living room suites, dining room sets, bedroom outfits, kitchen ranges, cabinets, tables, chairs, beds, dressers, rugs, pianos, washing machines, sewing machines—UNHEARD OF VALUES You Must Visit This Wonder Store. -The Gr««t«tt USED FURNITURE MART* £ C. STRUBE CO. * Estherville Formerly Brown Mercantile Co.

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