The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 22, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 22,1934 PLUM CREEK MAN BURIED THURSDAY "Billy" Paetz Died at 82, Two Sons and a Record For Honesty The sudden death of Wm. F. Paetz last week Sunday at the home of his Bon, Gail Paetz in Plum Creek township, is mourned by tlves and old friends. his many rela- Mr. Paetz. who had lived with his son since the death of *ls wife a number of years ago. was stricken with heart failure in the farmyard on Thursday afternoon and died on Sunday. Known to his many friends as "Billy." Mr. Paetz has bc«n one of the most highly respected and best known men of Plum Cr>?ek for manv vears and his uassine will be srenerallv reeretted. Mr. Pa-rtz was born In Germany. August 14, 1852. and was in his 83rd year. He came to the United States with his parents when seven years of age. The family first eHtted'in New York, later moving to Wisconsin. He came to Kossuth county In 1883 and settled on the farm in Plum Creek. Three Prominent Men Of Kossuth Succumb (Continued from Page One) MacArthur, a teacher in Iowa State College, Ames. Funeral services will be field at Burt at nine o'clock today (Thursday). The body will be taken to Des Molnes for cremation, and burial will be at Wilton Junction. Friday. Burt and Kossuth county lost one of Its most friendly personalities, and one of its keenest minds, in the pass- ng of Wheaton. He will be missed not only by his own relatives and his wife, but his many friends. Words cannot convey the heart-felt sentiment at all times; Wheaton understands. W. SCOTT HANNA RITES HELD WEDNESDAY W. Scott Hanna, 47. prominent Lu- Verne resident, was laid to rest Wednesday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the home at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. David Lang, pastor of the Evangelical church, in charge. Interment was in the LuVerne cemetery. Mr. Hanna passed away Monday morning about eight o'clock, following a year's illness. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna. ttie elder Mr. Hanna being the founder of Lu- Verne. •where he had made his home for the Casket bearers were Homer Gregory, past 51 years. Mr. Paetz was an enterprising and industrious fanner and stock raiser, and gradually became one of ;h: m<rt prosperous and well known men of the ccunir. He and his sons. Ehunet and Carl, built up one of the largest and best improved farms in Kossuth county of something like over 800 acres. No on? ever questioned the int^grjiT of "Billy'" Paetz and his two Stalvart sons are following in his footsteps. Mr. Paetz was married to Miss Elizabeth Preiss. at Lodi, Wisconsin, in 1877. and they had four children, three boys and one girl. One boy died in infancy and the girl at the age of eleven years. The surviving children are Carl and Emmet, living on the big Paetz estate farms. Mrs. Paetz died in 1908. and Mr. Paetz had since made his home with his son, Carl. There are seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Algona at the Trinity Lutheran church last Wednesdav afternoon, with Rev. P. J. Sraner officiating. A very large crowd was in attendance to pay their last rrspects. Interment was made in the family lot In Rlvervlew. The following old friends of Mr. Paetz served as pall bearers: George Olson, Lee Miller, Christ Seefeld, Louis HIntz, Gottlieb Oronbach and H-srman Boettcher. Firm Laing and Miss Helen Cook Are Wed Firm Laing, well known' Algona plumber and Miss Helen Cook were married Saturday evening at Fairmont by the Cnogregatlonal minister of that city. They wtre attended by some friends, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Namur, who live In Fairmont. The bride is the elder daughter of Mrs. Wm. Cook. She U a graduate of the Algona high school and was one of the county* efficient school teachers for five years. During the past three years she has been keeping house at the Laing home. Mr. Laing is one of Algona's substantial business men, a member of the firm of Laing & Muckey. The many friends of the couple will extend congratulations and best wishes. Several postnuptial courtesies are being held this for Mrs. Laing. Frank Chambers. Edward Blumer. Wm. Rtstau. J. L. Lichty and Emil Anderson, close friends and associates of Mr. Hanna for many years. Mr. Hanna was born May 9. 1887. In LuVerne. and lived there all his life with the exception of time he spent in school. After attending the LuVerne school he went to Blees Military Academy, Macon, Mo., and later attended Iowa State College at Ames. He went to Ann Arbor, Michigan, and graduated from the University of Michigan law school, returning to his home town to take his place as a prominent attorney and to be associated with his father for many years in the Bank of Lu- Verne. The elder Mr. Hanna passed away in 1918, and Mrs. Hanna died in 1931. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Genie Roberston of Monterey, Mexico, Mrs. Geneva Swlsher of Iowa City, and Miss Consuelo Hanna of LuVerne. Mr. Hanna was unmarried. In the cases of all three men, leaders of civic life in their own communities and the county, their passing Is deeply regretted. Their jives have been devoted to their friends, relatives and their community. That, in itself, summarizes the reasons for their high regard among their fellow men, and the reason that their departure is a keenly fell blow to all who knew them. Ten Babies Win $4.00 Milk Ticket Books Pria; winners in the baby contest sponsored recently by the Algona Cooperative Creamery were announced on Saturday evening at the Call Theatre with the lihowine of hometown movies. Ten out of the sixty contestants were awarded a $4.00 milk tlckK book each. Mothers of the winners were as follows: Mrs. James Elbert, Mrs. Irvin M. Seaman, Mrs. John Altman, Mrs. N. Victor Lowe. Mrs. Lawrence Olsen, Mrs. Cha.s. IKflmaa. Mrs. Robert Kiley, Mrs. J. D. Burns, Mrs,. Arnold Elbert and Mn>. Walter Liciittr. The babies raided In age from five montlis to five jears. Doan Teacher Recovers BURT TOWNSHIP FARMER, 84, IS BURIED FRIDAY Burt: Gifford Kueclc nearly 84 Burt township farmer, was found dead Tuesday afternoon in his bed by a neighbor. Mrs. John Moser. Mr. Kueck 'iad been llvlne alone recentlv: Mrs. Moser. falling to see any slams of life about, the Dlace. went to his homp to nvcstlgate. He had apparently been up in the mornlns und had hie breakfast, but had aid down a«iiin. The coroner was called and said dea^h was from natural caute.s. nrobablv uuoolexv. Funeral services were held Fridav afternoon from the Lutheran church Kueck, born Dec. 29. 1850. in Ger- here and burial was in Aleona. Mr. ninnv. U .survived bv two sons and four daughters. Carl and Henry Kueck, Mr; Will Dodds und Mrs Aif Peterson. Algona, and two daughters in other itate.s. W. C. TAYLOR OF SEXTON HURT BY 700-LB. PORKER S#_rton: W. C. Tavlor met with a verv oainful accident, last week Fri- dav noon while workine with some hoes. A seven hundred nound hoe- fell on him breaking his lee below the knee. The ambulance was called and !he was taken to the hosultal where x- ravs were taken and his lee nut in a cast for six weeks. He suffered much nain at first but was released from the hospital Monday afternoon. Pheasant Season Opens on Saturday November 24th, 27th and 28th, the pheasant hunters in Iowa will go to northern Iowa for their annual hunt. I. T. Bode, state game warden, urges all hunters to ask permission to hunt from the landholder before going onto farms to hunt. If hunters will treat the farmer right, by driving Into his farm lot and asking permission and after receiving it leave his car parked In the farmer's lot. they will find that the farmer appreciates this consideration and all concerned will be satisfied. Mr. Bode also respectfully asks the hunters to refrain from hunting In large groups, especially where 15 to 25 hunters line up abreast and pass over a field. This practice does not. give the birds a fair chano? and the worst feature is that after a group of this kind pass over a farm it is usually completely shot out. | THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low Nov. 14 ...................... 44 22 Nov. 15 ...................... 81 20 Nov. 16 ....................... 53 Nov. 17, .10 inch rain ........ 53 32 37 Nov. 18, .56 inch rain-fog . .59 47 Nov. 19, trace fog-mist ...... 54 41 Nov. 20. 1.16 inches rain ..... 56 48 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white 'old) ................ $.82 2 yellow .................. 79'£ 2 mixed ..................... 79 3 white (new) ............ SO'/fe 3 yellow (new) ............ 76 1 *, 4 yellow (new) ........... 75 u, Oats, white No. 3 ................... 52 Hogs- Sows Medium weight, 200-300 ......... 53.25 Heavy butchers ................... 5.25 Packing sows, 300-350 ........... 4.90 Packing sows. 350-400 ............ 4.80 Packing sows, 400-450 ............ 4.70 Light weight, 140 .............. 3.00 Light weight, 160 ................ 3.85 Light weight. 170-190 ............ 4.50 Cattle Fat cows .................... $1.50-2.00 Calves ........................ 3.00-4.00 Yearlings .................... 4.00-5.00 Pat steers .................... 5.00-6.00 Stock steers ................. 2.00-2.75 Bulls ......................... 1.50-2.00 Canners and cutters ........... 75-155 Poultry Hens, over 4H Ibs ................ lOc Hens, under 4% Ibs ................ 7c Leghorns ......................... 7c Ducks (young) 4»4 Ibs. up ........ 8c Turkeys (young) No. 1 .......... 15c Turkeys (No. 2) ................... 7c Geese ............................. 6c Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs ................. lOc Springs, 5 Ibs. up .................. 12c Leghorn Springs .................. 8c No. 1 .............................. 27c No. 2 ............................. 17C Cream .29c General Hospital John Spencer, Algona, fractured collar bone, November 13. Mrs. Alvln Zumach, Fenton, minor surgery, November 14. Clara Durnin, Brltt, tonsils and adenoids removed, November 14. #.3-,& v> jasslfie Ads Wanted WANTED—A middle aged couple to work on farm. Lady must be able to ceep house. Write box 101. 47 For Sale FOR SALE—Piano. We have a cus- omer near Algona unable to finish payments on Kimball piano. Only $47.50 left to pay. Cash only.—Critchett Piano Co., Des Molnes, Iowa. 47-50* FOB SALE—Some real good big type . B. Spotted Poland china boars. Cholera Immune. Guaranteed breeders and my yearling herd boar he is a real log. Phone 2F13.—-John Ostercamp. Britt, Iowa. 47 Duane Dewel New Kiwanis President Duunc Dewel w;is elected president of the Algona Kiwanis club at the meeting la-st Thursday. Vlc<- presidency went to Phil Kohlhaa.s, Alwin Hu- i-nhold remained as .secretary am! treasurer and the board of directors !.•> as follows: Dr. H. M. Olson, Win. Steele. Jr., Cha-s. Taylor. All Krescn- Wesley: Mrs. Howard Andrews had in<- nujjorume to full down j u , r <vl . la. <:«!«, ,, i unit-!:!. a K o and br,-ak a <X'ii<- HI one- of h,-r ankliw. S:;e wa.s able to be about with^Ui.- aid of her monta and liny Bjastrom will have "" ' expccU-d charge next month. New inenioei.i rc- FOB SALE—Chester White Boars. Good stock.—S. B. Hefty & Son, Benwick, Iowa, phone 44. FOR SALE—Persian kittens and guinea pigs; beautiful healthy stock.— Hugh Pierce, 415 W. McGregor Phone 531. 47" FOR SALE—Farms, owned by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, in this and adjoining counties, priced right and on very attractive terms. Write— Elmo Iowa, Hoffman. Box 462. Fleldman, Spencer, 46-51 BUICK, 5-passenger masUr coupe to be sold at cut price quick. Call at Upper De.s Molnes office, Algona. phone 230. DAIRY The Children cry for WOODSIDE DAIRY MILK. Give them all they can drink. 46 RADIO YOU'VE BEEN WAITING for a new radio. Here's your chance. $20 and up for a genuine Phllco or Grunow. Most complete stock in the county.—BJus- trom's. 46 DENTIST WHY I THOUGHT IT WAS just a baby tooth. This Is a grave mistake made by many mothers. The first permanent moler, which comes at six years of age. is the very foundation of the whole facial structure. A dentist should inspect your child's teeth at least twice a year. 46 PLUMBING BRING THE PLUMBING INSIDE. Rural home owners will be interested In plans and estimates. See Laing & Muckey. 46 Kosmth Hospital News Sunday evening, Mrs. Quinten BJus- trom of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Mrs. Tony Grandgennet of St. Benedict entered Monday for medical treatment. • Mrs. John Arend of Corwith submitted to a majcr openfion Tuesday night. Tuesday, a six year old Studer boy from Wesley had his arm set. The arm- had been broken in two places when the child fell from a slide In the school yard. NEW CARS LICENSED Emil Schumacher, Fsnton, Dodge truck; W. H. Payne, Ledyard, Chevrolet coach; Leo RIchter, Titonka. Chevrolet truck; M. S. Craven, Titonka, Chevrolet coach; John A. Johnson, Algona, Plymouth sedan; Roland Bros., Bode, Ford tudor; Carl Christ, Lakota, Plymouth sedan; L. 8. Pearson, Renwick, Chevrolet sedan; J. B. Pannkuk, Titonka, Chevrolet sedan; Cecil Mc- Glnnls, Algona, Dodge truck. South Dakotan Buys Kossuth County Feed A representative of the South Dakota Emergency Relief Commission was in Koffiuth county last Saturday buying feed for his state. Reports were that he purchased quite an amount from Bancroft and other sections in the county. He stated that in his state the cattle had no feed, and feed either had to be shipped in or the cattle would starve or of necessity be killed. M. C. Worster was taken ill Fridav with the flu. The Earl Miller familv and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox socnt Sunday wKh friends at Lone Rock. The Victor Anoleeate familv of Corwith and the O. S. Moore family were tru«5t» Suhdav at the E. C. Potter home. Mrs. C. E. Gardner and son. Donald of Bancroft, came Thursday to visit acr Barents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter until Sundav. Clarence came for I them. I Mrs. Alice CoveU left Saturday for her home at. Granville, North Dakota, after a two months' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. MUler took her to Cherokee. Roland and Aug. Berneau, Messers. and Mesdames E. C.. C. H., and C. A. Potter and Mrs. E. C. Gardner and little son of Bancroft and Mrs. Alice Cove.ll were guests Fridav evening at an oyster stew at the home of the lat- taother. L. R. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Alderman and; little daughter, Luella of Omaha. Neb. came Saturday to the home of Mrs. Alderman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter, bringing the latter's oarents. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. TUton of Cowrie. The Alderman's returned home Sundav and Paul Hilbert of AUrona took the Tiltohs home Monday. This Is Your Store I Tremendous Stocks of New Goods at the Right Prices This store, by selling wanted, highly styled, desirable merchandise at the right prices is establishing itself firmly in this community as Kossuth county's most popular Dry Goods and Apparel headquarters. It is doing this without the aid of artificial stimulants—without October and November Sales, which are beginning to mean nothing to the customer. For this reason we have discontinued both our Anniversary and Two-for-One Sales. There will be no 2-for-l again this year. Our coats and dresses are marked at RIGHT prices—prices which defy competition. When you buy a garment at Chris- chilles & Herbst you are buying style, durability, satisfaction. Our increased business is evidence of the soundness of these principles. We have faith in Kossuth county, the state of Iowa and lastly, in ourselves. And now we announce a new evidence of our progressive policy to give the customers fair values at lowest prices. On or about December 1st, we open in the new shop-room directly south of Steele's New Clothing store, THE ANNEX The Annex will be dedicated to a distinct policy of underselling all competition. In the Annex you will find at all times, quality merchandise at the LOWEST PRICES i It will take the place of sales we hope and will make shopping a delight because there won't be a thing in the ANNEX but exceptional bargains. The Annex will be your bargain center just as Chrischilles & Herbst is your STYLE center. Watch for future announcements—and meanwhile supply your winter needs from the old reliable— (>4 year old firm of Chrischilles & Herbst. wwwwuvwuuwvuC ;| - • Save that cream with a. Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms— BJustrom's, Al- ;ona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous RADIO REPAIR SERVICE—Up-to- date equipment. Guaranteed work- Phone &9.—Ed Oi-nrich. 4-48* TAKEN UP—Spotted boar. Owner dentify and pay for ad and feed.—C Winkle, Burt. 47 MONET TO LOAN—I have i few housand dollars of private money that ! can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. M. P. Haggard. 34-tf sky. MilUjn Norton wa-s the outgoing president. The new oflictr.s will take office the first of the year. Following CHIROPRACTOR the election Georga Anne Geigel of HEALTH is happiness Consult I>r Irvinnton gave a talk on Ihe 4-lf di.l, p. c .scaiilin. Chiropractor. ]!*-.s. work.. Clias. Taylor ha, charge '): l>h<,n ( - 755, Sanitarium 5Cti 3«-tf the program.-, for t:.e ni<-eUiii;.-> '.Hi to mum to h.-r «•«*. duties at the Doan .school Monday. ccnUy taken int" the club Hutdiiion and l.x-1 Mahun. I) n Dates 2 Ibs. 19c Cut Rate Grocery Week End Specials Prunes 2 Ibs. 19c BUTTER Armour's ( Ycamcry tSaturdav only Laundry Soap, Hi- 1Q Bacon, lien. 10 hars H*- . s lj,.,. ( i an ,i r j m .,| \\ t Raisins, 1 His Whole Wheat Bran Flakes Oxydol, larr k-. _ 32c 8c 21c Cream Cheese, '2 pounds Matches, .'I boxes Green Peppers :'> pounds Ib. 29c 25c 35c 13c SUGAR, 10 Ibs. 52c SYRUP 5 Ibs. dark 28e 10 Ibs. dark 50c APPLES Ben Davis _. $1.48 Jonathan _ $1.78 BANANAS, 4 Ibs. 23c Peanut Butter, 24 02.23c Mustard, qt. 13c Plum Pudding .. 35c Cranberries, Ib. 18c Sweet potatoes 8 Ibs 25c Salmon, 2 cans 25c "Busiest Little Store in Town" Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscha Laundry. Phone 281. 49-tf AMBULANCE AM14ULANCK MODKKNLY wjuip- pccl for any tmt-rg< ncy. Phone u, Merrills St-rviw 40-tf MISCELLANEOUS A neat and well drt-.s-st-d r«-i'.s ,nal ai>- ix-aramx- iiicun-, a hit in your iX'rMiiial approach and in-at and altractive ita- tinncry dwa th«- tame Unrig lor your bu-sin bs. How Lb your .stationery? Special price on bvj,sine.>j3 letterheads, envelopes and j,lau.'sineiit.s. thl^ month.— I 'llie Algoim Upper 1X-.3 Moiiiei, call 230. 40' PttODlHTE HIGHEST MAKKET prictj, paid for ixjultry ajul eg({ ! > Algona Produce, phone <J-J. 46-51 BEER FAltLOli DROP m FOR a i.U.-in of tx-er at Wellendorf'6. Everybody hkes our beer nd our placv. at nurlhtaM corner of fairgrounds. 48 BE A U'l V SllUr* YOUR HAN1>8 HAVE iiiiU.iaJ charm. One of tho^e exceptional manicures at th*r Cora D Miller Beauty Shop tiiipha^u s the- churn) Hhone 604. 4U CONFECTIONERY YOU IJON'T KNOW WHAT YOU UK nilsuug if you haven't tried unu of our thick malted milks. Come in and we 11 itir one up. The Algonquin. 40 ADTO REPAIRING YOU AKE THE ONE uiiiJi who tun t i* i e the wubblc* in your auLomotiai i We can quickly I- H you If Uu-y arc propvrly aligned. Elbfi'l Oarage. POULTRY KEE1J YOU'LL t>AVK MANY CHICKS by le.dliii! Red Top Egg MiUJi Wt'iv wiling it ul $2 'ii cv.1. now. Aljjuiui t'luur &. 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