The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Thursday, March 18, 1937
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The Aigona Upper Peg MOJJM, Algona, lam, March 18,1937 2WHmBHOR£ ANNIVERSARIES Herman Voighte Wed 21 Years, Eeinhard Ost walds 15 Uth Anniversary A party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Ostwald Sunday evening, it being their 15th wedding anniversary. Thoe who were present were Mr. and lira. Arnold Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son, James, and Carl Voigt. Sr., Leroy Elbert, Adam Egbert and ICwald Voigt of Algona. Cards were played and lunch was served. 24th Annivenwry The Henry and Geo. Schultzs and the Herman and William Meyers and the Geo. Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters, Arlene and Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and daughter. Ruth «nd son, Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and their daughter, Verdel were Sunday evening gueste at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. it being their 24th wedding day. Saturday. The evening was spent at cards and a delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mrs. Ray Oliver and Mrs. John Uhlenhake were in Algona on business Saturday. Mrs. Margaret Elbert spent Friday with her sons, Ralph and Jas. Elbert in AlponH. Mr and Mr*. Henry Haap spen the parly part of last week with relative* at Carroll. Harold Knecht left for Waterloo Monday morninp on business He will return Saturday. Marv BisenitiK spent the week end with her aunt. Dr. and Mrs. A .7 Lubenthal at EmmeLsburg Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen of Aliform spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Butler. Irene MrDonnelL daughter of Mr*. Mao McDonnell, has accented n position in the State Beauty Shop at Algona. Mr. and Mrs Henry Geelan spent Sunday at the hcmr of the former's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geelan near Ruthven. Mr and Mrs. Earl Shepoard and family were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loss at Algona Sunday. Joe Ki«le, son Frank and daughter Alice nnd Peter Elbert and daughter. Minnie were at Des Mbines Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Trebtis and family of Sioux City were Sunday visitors «f the home of Mr. and Mr*. Anthony Schmitt. Sr. Dr. and Mrs. L B. Smith and daughter. Maxinc, Mary Anita Cairy and Mary Corinne Fleming were at Spencer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford and children of Vernon Center, Minn., were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs George Gengler Sunday. Mr* Mike Schumacher and son. Louis. Mr ami Mrs Earl Elbert and son. Peter Joe. werr Sunday dinner pucsts a< thr Geo. Elberts in Alcmia Mr, 1 - John Schumacher and Alice JJole anri daughter l^oib and eon John of Bancroft were Monday tnllers at the homo of Mr. and Mrs \V. F Kelly. Mr. mid Mrs. L H Peril and daughter Helen wore Algoim visitors Sunday at the homo of Mrs Pert)'.-, parents Mr «nd Mrs Henrj Johaiifcen. Sr. Mr and Mrs Clarence Glasgow of Fergus Falls. Minn . arrived here Thursday to spend the week end with Mrs Josephine Haag mid other relatives. Art Kelly, who it attending Presentation Academy here, went to Emmetsburp Friday to spend the wek end with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom Kelly. Dr and Mrs. A J Lubcntha] and family and Rosclla Biscnius of Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guest* at the hornl- of Mr. and Mrs. John Bisenius. ! The banns of matrimony were an- ] nounced for the first ti mc Sunday in St. Mjo-hael't- Catholic church be'-1 tween Joseph Bonnstetter and ' Mary Ulrich of Mallard. The Mesdamet, Conrad Alig, G«o. S. Elbert and Peter Foxsen and Henry Bonnstetter were visiting at the homc.s of Mrs. D. Oswald and L*o Waldschmidt near Wesley on Friday. The Algona Federajjavings & Loan Association Of f ersYou a Way to Build or Remodel at a Cost NoGreater Than the Normal & Financing Your Own Home Is Not Difficult or Confusing Association Has five Fundamental Points to Remember: 1 x Loans are conveniently arranged to be paid off in monthly installments, 2 x There are no renewal charges, due to fact that loans are long term, 3 « Loans are made to a reasonable proportion of appraised value, 4 *> Interest rates and charges are very moderate, monthly, 5 x Thru direct reduction plan, interest ratio decreases and principle increases each month, No confusing finance, You Can Own Your Own Home! Why Not Act Now? \\ i- invilr y..u io <M»m<> in and sec us. For 20 years this as- s.ptlioii i,;, s l uvll ,,j,,. ra iinjr , m .-. sound basis /.. it has help- ^1^ " S ' V "" <U< (i " il '" '" I ' sim ' s;s u ' itjl 3-««u-Wends ami IF YOU WANT TO BUILD OR REMODEL, WE CAN HELP YOU Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association EAST STATE ST., ALGONA IA. H. R. Cowan. Prcs. M. G.^orton. Vice Pres. H M^^ reiS ^ y " TreM H. M. Hauberg, Director G . W. Stillman, Counsel Frank Kohlhaas, Director M " P ' We *ver, Director A. L. Peterson, Director

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