The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 21,1937 We Sold 12 Used Cars Last Week... All must be sold and you can save plenty. MAKE US AN OFFER! WE'RE MOVING OUR ENTIRE STOCK NOW USED CABS LOOK 'EM OVER! JUDGE FOR YOURSELF! New Car Deliveries have resulted in our having the finest, largest used car stock in years—but we haven't room for them . . . we'll take a.loss to sell them. \ 2 - 1936 Chevrolet Coach with Trunk 2- 1935 Ford Tudors 1 - 1935 Ford Standard Sedan 1 - 1935 Ford Deluxe Coupe 2 - 1934 Ford Tudors 2 - 1932 Plymouth Coaches 1 ~ 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 2 - 1930 Chevrolet Coaches 1-1931 Ford Tudor 1 - 1929 Chevrolet Sedan TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL 1935 Ford Truck, LWB 1933 Chevrolet Truck, LWB 1936 Ford Pickup 1935 Chevrolet Panel 2 - 1936 Chev. Trucks, LWB 2 • 1934 Dodge Trucks, LWB Take Your Pick! First Come, First Served! 1926 Dodgel EACH 1929 Chev. 1929 Ford 1929 Ford Including a New 1937 License One-Third Down! Balance Monthly $59QD Make Us an Offer! You Can Save Plenty! Garage Open Evenings to 9 p. m., Saturday 10 p. m., Open Sundays in Morning KENT MOTOR CO. SO GUESTS AT RECEPTION IN WEYDERT HOME Bride Former Resident of St. Joe, Miss Agnes Leveck St. Joe: On Tuesday morning, Jan. 19th, at 9 o'clock. Mis* Agnes Leveck, daughter of Jake Leveck, of Shelby, Montana, became the bride of Nicholas Weydert, son of Mrs. Frank Weydert In St. Joseph's Catholic church In a pretty wedding ceremony. Rev. Father George Theobald performed the single ring ceremony and read the nuptial high mass. The bride was attired In a white satin and lace gown. She was attended by her cousin, LuElIa Roethler. The groom was attended by his brother, Anton Weydert. A reception was given at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Frnnk Weydert, to 80 guests. A wedding dance was given the same evening at the Legion Hall in West Bend. The young couple will leave on a two months' trip to Montana. The newlyweds are well known in this vicinity, the bride having spent her early years here and later attended high school and two years of college In Montana. The groom has spent his entire life here. Those from a distance to attend the wedding were: Mr. and Mm. John Faber and Mrt and Mrs. Theodore Faber, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Albert. Mrs. John Hilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Besch, Whfttemore; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roethler, Theresa Miller, N. J. Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kirsch, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Math Weydert, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Llvermore; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thilgetf. Algnna;* Mr .and Mrs. Mike Weydert, New Rlchland, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert, Whlttemore; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hilbert, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner, St. Benedict In Llvermore Play A large number from this vicinity attended the junior class play at the Livermore high school on Wednesday and Thursday evening. Thomas Wagner and Richard Thul were two boys from here who were character* In "Coming; Through the Rye." Banns of marriage were published Sunday In 8t Joseph's church for Rosalia Frlderes and Paul Er- peldlng. BUM BOfftejr Honored A large number from here attended a pre-nuptlal »hower In St. Michael'* hall at Whlttemore Sua- afternoon (or Peart Jan. 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmlter of Armstrong visited with friend* here over the week end. Raymond Berte, son of Mr. and Mr*. Charles Berte, was quite ill with pneumonia recently. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge of Bradgate were Thursday callers at the William Hammer home. Mrs. Herllev Nielsen returned to her home Thursday after a two weeks stay at the William Hammer home. Eugene Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips from Claremont, Minn., is visiting with relatives here. Sister M. Bonavlta from Dyers- vllle spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Susan Berte and with other relatives. Margaret and Andrew Erpelding returned home Sunday evening from Rochester, Minn., where Margaret had gone for medical aid. A card party will be given on Sunday evening, January 24th, in St. Joseph's hallt Mr»\ George Thul and her circle will be in charge and everyone is welcome to attend. Lone Rock Has Dinner Parties Over Week End Theo. Krueger rewired the Will Stoeber home, Fenton, last week. Cletus Coeper, Ames, Is visiting at the home of Mrs. George Hanna. The Everett Richard-ions. Algona, spent Sunday at the Ora Hulberts. Margaret Gladstone spent the week end at the L. B. Holllster home. The Alton Hulberts, Whlttemore, were Sunday guests at the William Nelsons. The Edward Blanchards. Irvington, were Sunday guests at the M. E. Blnnchards. The Henry Schroeders were Sun- dny Kuests of the Roy Chrlachilles family, Fenton. The Fred Dransfeldts spent Sunday afternoon at the C. H. Chris- tendons, Titonkn. The Henry Kuccks were Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Richmann, Burt. The M. O. Richards family spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Eliza Richards. Algona. The local P. T. A. meeting will be held next Monday evening at the school auditorium. Florence Householder, Instructor at Lnkota, spent Saturday at the tlarlan Blanchards. The Hildreth Pettlts and Sidonia Bierstedt of Fenton. spent Sunday at the George Pettits. Lloyd Marlow, who has been a patient at Muscatine, returned to tils home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, visited briefly Sunday evening at the George Pettits. Mrs. Mary Ellen Culbertson and son, Duane, spent several days last week at the Jes Marlowfl, Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerman and daughter, Muriel, spent last week Wednesday at the Nick Nemmers home, Bancroft. The Eugene Hoflus family. Ottosen, and Mrs. H. J. Bacon and daughter, Etta, Algona, were Sunday guests at the I. W. Nelsons. Clifford Garrison, who has been visiting the A. D. Newbroughs, returned Saturday to the home of his sister, Mrs. August Brown, Algona. The Raymond BlerstedU accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigs- jee, Burt, to Thornton Sunday, to spend the day at the A. L. Dltt- mers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstich, children, Dorothy, Adeline, Alice and Charles, were Sunday dinner guests at the William Jaskulkes, Bancroft , The Lyle Marlow* spent Friday at the E. C. BlerstedU, Burt. They were Sunday guests at H. Mar low*. The Menrln Marlow* were al*o gneit* there. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Flalg drove to Oelweln Sunday to visit at the John Sprank home. They continued Monday to Muscatlne, where Mr. Flaif will enter the boepltaL A 7-pound boy, Denni* Kale!, WM r »H ^g^ m ~ — ._. **wWPi wa* born Saturday to Mr. and Mr*. Merle CulberUon. He ha* been named Gordon Merle. The Jim Ackerman* entertained at dinner Saturday evening: honor Ing their son, Claude'* birthday Attending were the Frank Flalgs Muriel Long, the Ralph Prlebe* Bancroft, and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Burt. The Lawrence Newbroughs had as last Thursday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs. John Newbrough, W. J. Reynolds, Humboldt, Roy Reynold*. Tacoma, Washington, and Clifford Carlson, Algona. Mr. and Mr«. C. C. Gushing, of Swea City were Sunday guests at the Karl Ewoldt home. Mrs. Ewoldt spent from Thursday until Saturday with her daughter, Elva, Algona. The Joe Culbertsona were Sunday dinner guests of Elva and also Jessie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lelninger, their daughter Gertrude and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Tietz, all of Lotts Creek, were Sunday dinner guests of the Rudolph Peters family in honor of Mr. Peter's birthday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mr*. Walter Peters, Lotts Creek and evening callers were the Arthur Zumachs. |lllillll!!ll!llllllllll!lllllll!llllll!H Farm Buyers and Owners Attention Please! , The Lowest Farm Loan Rates 3 1 per 2 cent continue to be available through The Algona National Farm Loan Association, in accordance with a special Act of Congress, until July 1, 1937. Furthermore, sss new legislation seems probable to continue this low rate. == EVERY LANDOWNER and every man who plans to own his own farm £5 SHOULD CONSULT WITH US NOW, unless already so fortunate as to have our SB loans. SE 1 Let us figure with you the advantage g of our loans E| It costs you nothing to find out. You are always welcome to come here and sss talk matters over. jss Here are some of the advantages: H GREATER SECURITY for yourself and family during the long future, when ass there are sure to be many changes in crop and price conditions and inter- j= est rates. Once you get a low Interest rate (regular rate^ it can't be raised 555 on you. | You can pay off as you become able H YOUR FARM IS WORTH MORE financed with a low-rate "Government Loan." Your stock In Algona N. F. L. A. la now worth 102%, or $6.10 per share, and Increasing in value. Algona N. F. 1L. A. has always redeemed the Borrowers' Association Stock at par, whenever any loan has been paid off. i Now is the Time to Act. Refinance Permanently. Start Saving Interest as Soon i as We Can Close Loans for Yon. i Call on, or white to i H. D. HUTCHINS, Secretary-Treasurer 1 ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION S 17H £• EUte 8k, Algona, Iowa "Over ALGONA'S FORD DEALER Start The Year Right! SAVE in Our. .-*•- -», / SALE 700 Pairs...Regular to ! 4 PARIS FASHION Shoes 150 Fair* Every style hit of the tcaton, in Sucdc ...Kid... Calf... Combinations . . . all popular colors ... EXTRAORDINARY VALUES! * 5 ' 00 1.99 to 2.60 CONNIE SHOES Chic nyle» «° All type* » n<1 material*! . . • 3.40 Kresensky's . . . But Those 66 Kids In Our Schools Will Not Say That If Algona Can Help It Every Penny Taken In At The STATE THEATRE. FRIDAY, JAN. 22. Will Be Turned In To The Fund To Provide Warm Food At Noon To Algona's Undernourished Children. Do Your Bit! See The Show! Don't Fail Them! Admission 26c and lOc—Shows 7 and 9 p. m. (This Space Furnished Fret: to Help Along A Worthy Cause)

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