The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 8
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II 2—Algona Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, April 4, 1950 NO WS THE TIME TO BUY THAT USED CAR BECAUSE IT'S A KNOWN FACT THAT USED CAR PRICES GO UP AS SOON WHY? AS THE WEATHER GETS NICE AND WARM—BECAUSE MORE PEO- wv n i. p^ WAMT CARS j 0 njjy CAN 6ET OUT AND HIT THE OPEN ROAD _ RIGHT NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY THAT USED CAR YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR. PRICES ARE STILL AT THEIR WINTER LOW, RIGHT DO WHAT ROCK BOTTOM BUT DEMAND WILL FORCE PRICES UP-AND SOON. SO IF YOU'VE BEEN THINKING ABOUT A USED CAR, ACT NOW! YOU'lL SAVE MONEY IF YOU DO. c.; <*! THE ALGONA AUTO FIRMS LISTED HERE ARE COOPERATING IN BRINGING YOU THE LOWEST USED CAR PRICES IN MANY YEARS REMEMBER-ACT FASTI • Schultz Bros. • Kossuth Motor Co. • Taylor Implement Co. • Algona Implement Co. • Allen Motors • Kent Motor Co. See Specials Like These — They're Savers Here's a "Buy"—For Many Dollars Less! 1947 CHEVROLET 2-TON LWB TRUCK CASH $ PRICE 995 NO TRADE-IN Fitted with 8:25x20 ten-play tires. All kinds of extras. Where can you beat if for a large truck of late model! Kossuth Motor Co. Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer THE TOP BUY OF THE WEEK! 1940CHEV 11/2 TON TRUCK WITH STOCK AND GRAIN BOX Valves ground, truck in good mechanical condition. This makes a swell farm truck at very low investment. 8:26-20 tires on rear. $ 295 CASH PRICE THIS WEEK ONLY NO TRADE IN Schullz Bros. Studebaker Parts, Sales, Service 1949 PLYMOUTH DELUXE SUBURBAN 2-DOOR ALL-METAL STATION WAGON Air conditioning, visor, undersea!, leather upholstered, beautiful Trinidad Brown. Very low mileage. $ 1425 Guaranteed A-1 Condition Throughout Allen Motors f DIAGONAL STRHT HOME OF CHRYW.K-PLYMOUTH Here's The Cleanest Top Used Car Buy You've Seen in Quite Some Time— 1948 DODGE 4-DR. CUSTOM SEDAN $ 550 Priced at ' T1TMJ You'll Like H DOWN Less than 19,000 actual miles. Very nicely treated, lots of extras. Must be seen. Taylor Implement Co. HUDSON-CASE 1949 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION REGAL DELUXE 4-DR. Overdrive, radio, climatizet', NEW motor, fog lights and very dean. $ 1395 GUARANTEED Algona Implement Co. Phone 52 "Your Ponttafr-CodiHc* Dealer" 1949 DODGE 1 '/a TON TRUCK * Motor comptetofy overhauled, new brakes, good fcQO-24 rubber, and CLEAN. A truck a* good as this •n* wowld ordinarily sell for much morel $595 PRICE HOLDS FOR BALANCE THIS WEEK ONLY Kent Motor Co. AIGONA'S FORD DEALER Big LuVerne Crowd Sees WHO Home Talent Show Lu Verne *- The ;WHO home talent show starring: Dixie Jordan and Mary Lee from radio station WHO In Des Moines aad featuring neignbors as members of the cast, was presented in the LQVefne scnool auditorium, on Tuesday evening, Match 28, 8 p 4 . m.. under the sponsorship of the student council. Events of the evening included Marilyn Hefti, flute-solo; Patty Hansen, vocal solo; Chester and Howard Stoddard, violin and guitar; LuVerne high school girls' sextet, vocal; Jean and Joan Penton, vocal duet; Robert Thomas, instrumental; Elton Wood, vocal solo; Judy Curran, piano solo, all of LuVerne; Hungry Howling Cowboys from Emmetsburg; Nancy and Jimmie Damon, Nancy singing and Jimmie accompanying on the piano; four piece band, all from Hardy: Joan Krause, Vernon, vocal solo; Barber Shop quartet from Livermore and mixed quartet from Corwith. Mv. Hefti Hostess Mrs. Walter L^Hefti was hostess to the J. J. club at her home Friday afternoon, March 31. Sixteen members ansWered roll call by the giving of in ex-< perience on the farm. Mrs. William Molding was a guest. . Mrs. Harry Lichty haiJ the 'top-f ic and entertainment. Topic was Wanted—Wonten over 43." ' ; A playlet was given by Mr*. Harold Sorensen, Mrs. Paul Phillips, and Mrs. Herman Schulz. A parade of Easter hats was shown. Marilyn Hefti played her contest piano solo. Presbyterian Ladies The Ladies Society of the Lu- Verne Presbyterian church held a regular meeting at the home of Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Wednesday, March 29. There were about 25 members present. Mrs. Walter Engel led the devotions, and the lesson discussion was given by Mrs. Bert Ramus. At the business meeting, presided by Mrs. Curtis Morgan, discussion followed about the already completed repairs on the church and plans were discussed for more projects the society hopes to assist in sponsoring. This was the first meeting in the lovely new horna of .Postmaster and Mrs. Lichty, so they gave her a housewarming. , ' In Music Contests Small groups and soloist« in the music department of the Lu Verne High school went to Britt, Saturday, April 1, where a .number of students entered in competition at the pre-state musical contest. • Soloists were: vocal, Patty Hansen; flute, Marilyn Hefti and Marilyn Miller; piano, Marilyn Hefti and Joan Phillips; French horn. Nancy Dimler; clarinet, Russell Phillips, Dwight 'Sorensen, and Joan Phillips. The fiirls sextet is composed of Marilyn Hefti, Jean Penton, Irene Wegner, Marilyn Miller, Joan Penton. and Sally Shirk. The clarinet quartet includes' Russell Phillips, Dwight Sorensen, Joan Phillips, and Joan Hinz. Fellowship Meeting The Adult Fellowship of the Methodist church met Thursday, March 30. There were 20 in attendance, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, who moved here March 1, were guests. The Rev. Robert Phillips showed two film strips on "Home Sweet Home" and "Beauties of Nature." Mrs. Harold H. Phillips led a discussion on the subject of proper movies for our young people to attend. Many and varied were the comments. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson conducted the entertainment hour of games. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Sorensen were hosts and hostesses,- serving refreshments. Is Club Hottest Mrs. Claire Champine entertained the Progressive Women's club at her home Wednesday evening, March 27. Fifteen members answered roll call by giving slogans for the town of LuVerne. Election of officers was held. New officers are Mrs. Jon Nelson, president; Mrs. Earl Han- selman, vice president; Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, secretary, and Mrs. Walter Heft!, treasurer. The April 9 meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Bryce Wickett. Ai Teacher* Meeting Attending the North Iowa Teachers convention held in Mason City, Friday, March 31, were Superintendent J. Arnold Hjelle, Bryce A. Wickett, James Seim, Glenn Rannells, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Champine, Mrs. Eleonora Eustace, Mrs. Sylvester Brace, Mrs. Joseph f horn, and the Misses Genora Roland, Ruth Behrens, Thelma Thorsland, and Esther Merkle, all of the LuVerne school. Mrs. Robert Travis entertained the Just For Fun club in her home Tuesday afternoon, March 28, with Mrs. Clifford Holmes assisting hostess. Three tables of "500" were in play, with high, Mrs. Wayne Warmbier; low, Mrs. John Stamp- ka. ' Guests of the club were Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf and her daughter, Mrs. Guy Andre, visiting here from Iowa City.. Meet April 5 ~~~~ The general meeting of the W.S.C.S. will be Wednesday, April 5. The devotions, Mrs. J. L. McClamrock, lesson, l.irs. Percy Brink. Birthday party for March, April, and May Dirchdays. Hostesses, Mesdames Edward Hof, O. M. Clellan, John Voss, Sr., Robert Hardcopf, John Voss, Jr., Lewis Block, and' Robert Phillips. Honored At luncheon Mrs. Jrc.; .iarris was honored at a 12:3u luncheon at the home of Mrs. «.*n Nelson, Thursday, March 3.', with Mrs. J. Arnold Hjelle, assisting hostess. Two tables of bridge and two tables of canasta were played. High, in bridge, was tied, Mrs. William Prior and Mrs. Charles K. Hanselman. High, canasta, Mrs. John M. Skogmo. Ch. of Commerce Dinner Circle 3 of the Methodist Wom- mens Society of Christian Service served the Chamber of Commerce 7 o'clock dinner in thu city hall, Wednesday, March 29. They served 31 plates. Wedding Banns Banns of marriage were announced at Sacred' Heart church at Livermore, Sunday, for Phi(lip Dangclser, who recently received his service discharge, and Rose- mary'Arend of St. Benedict. Phillip is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip DangeUer, former farmers near LuVerne, now north of Sex,ton. ' • ., • Infant Baptised The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curran, born Mar. 10 at St. Ann hospital, Algona, was baptised Mary Jane, Sunday, iviarcn 26 in t.ne St. Joseph church by the Rev. George Theobald. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobecer. Attends Baptism Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll went to Iowa City, Saturday, and attended the baptism or Michele Andre, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andre, in the St. Mary's church in Iowa City, Sunday, March 26. Mrs. Andre is it niece of Mr. Carroll. Mrs. Andre and baby daughter returned to LuVerne with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, where they urr visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf, parents of Mrs. Andre. Rites For Infant Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergersen were called to Des Moines, Tuesday, to attend the funeral services of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson. Mrs. Larson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jergersen. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gallagher and son, Pat, of Seattle, Wash., arrived Friday to visit in tin- home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will and family. They came from Emmetsburg where they had spent the past week visiting Mrs. John Gallagher, mother of J. J. Gallagher, sisters and other relatives. TRINITY The Lutheran Church-Mi$souri Synod Elm & Wooster Sts. HOLY WEEK SERVICES- Maundy Thursday, April 6- Holy Communion B:OOPM Good Friday, April 7— Noonday Worship._12:30 Noon Easter Sunday, April 9- Easter Sunrise Mctlins-6:30 AM Sunday School 9:00 AM faster Worship 10:00 AM SPECIAL CH©IAL MUSIC

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