The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 14
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4-Algano (fa.) Upper DM Melnes Tuesday, October 2, 1964 The Fiction Of Automobile Credit About G4 percent of new car owners and 75 percent of used bought their cars on finance from dealers last year. The rates and terms they bought on were; available from all dealers though Some buyers might have been confused into thinking otherwise. It is when finance terms are Used as advertising bail that (he public sometimes gpts fooled. "No money down" for instance can actually mean that. You won't have to lay out any cash but you'll have to put up your used car as down pay m e n t. If you haven't one then a small loan on usurious terms from a separate loan company D. NELSON can » s « a lly be arranged. TWO separate payments will then become due each month to both companies. An especially low interest rate such as •)'•! percent is not reall what it seems. For one thing it i. not simple interest but a "multi plier" percentage based on the TOTAL unpaid balance for the en tire term of the contract. Additional flat charges usually accompany extra low percentages along with special conditions of credil rating. New cars can often be purchased on 48-month terms PROVIDING the purchaser has excellent credit and has made a substantial down payment. Though a purchaser should realize the longer the terms the greater the interest charges. If you purchase your car from us it can be financed any way you wish it with dignity and confidence. In every case the rates are as low and the terms as extensive as you'll find anywhere. Penny Johnson, William Duffy Wed Sept. 22 Penny Lynn Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Oliver Johnson, Algona, and Patrick L. Duffy, son of Mr and Mrs William Duffy, Al gona, were married Sept. 22 at 11 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Fr. Kerwin officiated, acolytes were Bill Hall and Tom Fox, organist was Sister Mary Ricarda and soloist was Terry Johnson. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white full-length gown of sheer nylon organza over foundation skirts of nylon net and taffeta, styled with modified torso bodice, extending :o a deep point in front and back The scoop neckline was edged with seed pearls and the skirt of shiffli embroidered organza was swept up in front with a bow and extended into a bustle back. Tiny- pleats of nylon organza edged the skirt, which swept into a full train, ier elbow-length veil of imported illusion was caught to a pill box of nylon organza trimmed with seed pearls and front bow. She carried a cascade of white roses. The bride's attendants were Mary Ann Hansen, maid of honor, and Pamela Johnson, bridesmaid. Michael Duffy served as best man, Richard Johnson was groomsman and ushers were Tim Claude and Michael Wickliff. A reception and buffet luncheon kosh, Wis. Funeral services were held Sept. 26. Mr Dorsey died the preceding Sunday at the Oshkosh hospital after an illness of 11 months. HF had been hospitalized since March. He was born near Greenfield, Iowa, and was educated there. He moved with his parents to the Algona - Burt area. He had been in Wisconsin for about 35 years. H was married to Gladys Bender a Bancroft, Wis., who survives along with four children. He ha been employed by the Bigelov rug factory during the years tha he lived in that area. Also surviving are brothers William of Bancroft and Fred o Ripon, Wis.; sisters, Mrs William Knoner of Ledyard, Mrs Leola Medough of Milwaukee and Mrs Lorenz Nitz of Brandon, Wis. Lakofa Junior Class Play Set For October was held at the Johnson Hous< Following the ceremony. Cindy "owan had charge of the guest book, Mrs Harry Mclntyre pour- Lakota — The Lakota Junior class play, "Here Comes The Bride", will be presented on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Lakota High School Auditorium. The 3 - act comedy is directed by Mrs Oline Kiester. The cast has been selected and work has begun on the KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Make Our Chevrolet Garage Your One-stop Sales & Service Headquarters' ed, Mrs Bill Jameson cut the cake and Diane Petersen and Diane Mclntyre had charge of the gifts. The bride is a 1961 graduate of Algona high school and attendee' Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. The bridegroom is a 1958 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy here and a graduate of Loras College, Dubuque. The newlyweds are residing at Clear Lake where Mr Duffy is a teacher. Man's Brother Dies In Wisconsin Seneca —- William Dorsey received news of the death of a brother, Walter Dorsey, 63, Osh- Student Council Elects Student Council officers elected for the year at the Lakota schoo are as follows: President — Kurt Rusher; Sen ior Council members — Charolc Barrett, Donna P a u 1 s en and James Rose; Junior Council mem bers — Harold Wagenaar, Dale Koppen, Marvin Rippentrop; Sophomore Council members — Ear Cushman and Gary Geilenfeldt; Freshmen Council members — Vickey Olson and Richard Winkleman. Homemakers Elect The Ledyard Township Homemakers met at the home of Mrs Fred Christ on Tuesday afternoon. Officers elected for the coming year were: President, Mrs Jerry Heetland; vice president, Mrs Raymond Bierle; secretary, Mrs Maurice Carlson; and treasurer, Mrs Edna Winter. Mrs Jerry Heetland gave a demonstration and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner gave a lesson on United Nations. Named Moderators At the meeting of North Central Presbytery, Synod of Iowa, United Presbyterian church U.S.A. which met at Reinbeck on Tuesday. Rev Harlan Kruse was installed as Moderator. This honor comes with seniority in the Presbytery and the term is for one year. Dies Fighting Fires Harold Larson of Stratford, brother of William Larson and Mr' Leroy Janssen, died Friday night while fighting a fire in Stratford. Funeral services were held on Tuesday and attending from Lakota were Mr and Mrs Bill Larson, Mr and Mrs Rex Larson and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Janssen. Plan Operettas The Elementary School has been divided into two groups. The first through fourth grades will present the two act operetta entitled, "The Early Bird Catches The Worm" and the fifth and sixth grades and kindergarten will present the three act Mother Goose Story, "In The Land Of Dream Come True", on (he same night, Tuesday, Oct. 23, starting at 7:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs Russell Winter at- tended the 50th wedding anntver- sary of her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Epko Winter at their home at Buffalo Center on Sunday afternoon. Mrs Mary Telkamp accompan cd Mr and Mrs Robert Armstrong of Buffalo Center to Bode Sunday where they were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs F. L. Bakken to help Mrs Bakken celebrate a birthday. Mr and Mrs Melvin Schroeder and Mr and Mrs Henry darken went to Ames Thursday to make the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Kimberley Sue, daughter of Mr and Mrs Phillip Schroeder. Visitors from Sunday to Tuesday at the James Meurer home were his parents, Mr and Mrs John Neurer of Amboy, Minn. Mr and Mrs Darwin Meyer of Minneapolis visited on Friday and Saturday at the L. A. Meyer home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bauman and family were Tuesday evening visitors at the Jerry Heetland home. The Arlo Simmons family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Earl Thompson home. The Richard Zielskea visited at the Grant Swanson home at Pilot Grove on Sunday. Saturday night and Sunday guests at the Vincent Miller home were Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff and family of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bauman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ronald Bauman home at Wells. Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson and Eldon spent the weekend at Brainard, Minnesota visiting ?/>• Thompson's brother, the Vernelle Thompsons. They returned homo Monday evening. MERCURY MONTEREY—the only REALLY NEW CAR this Year Has the U R G E, SPLURGE to begun to SURGE? 1963 THUR ERCURY ON DISPLAY OCT.4 Here it comes — the only NEW CAR FOR '63 — THE Mercury Monterey, pictured above in all its shiny glory. It is a car with an exclusive design with a personality all of its own. It has exclusive ntw styling different from any other car on the road ... it has a handsome new grille which is unlike any you've ever seen ... it has a new Breezeway roof with a retractable rear window ... it has new self-adjusting brakes, a new interior with more head room in front and back, a new extra-smooth ride. But don't take our word for it — see it when it goes on display for the first time next Thursday at Taylor Mercury. MERCURY METEOR The highly successful first year for the Meteor has led Mercury to expand the car to a full line for 1963 . . . five new models — two hardtops and three station wagons have been added . . . you'll see refined styling features in the 1963 Meteor . . . 6,000 mile maintenance is provided for by a new longer-life battery, elimination of the break-in oil change and need for minor tuning at 1,000 miles . . . plus extension of the major lubrication cycle from 30 to 36,000 miles. See it Oct. 4. BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR 1963 Mercury Cash Bonanza It's fun! It's easy! All you do is fill out official entry form, detach and deposit it in the official Cash Bonanza Sweepstakes entry box at Taylor Mercury. But don't wait — all entries must be in by November 3, 1962. LOOK WHAT YOU CAN WIN! Grand prize $25,000 2nd prize (2 winners!) . _. _. ..._ . . _ $10,000 each 3rd prize (5 winners!) $ 5,000 each 4th prize (15 winners!) __. .__ $ 1,000 each Total: $85,000! 23 big winners! The 1963 Cars Are Here! Why not save yourself some money on the financing ? Just as you compare cars for value and price before buying . . . IO should yoo eompare aufo |<)an$ ^ all loans cost the same. Compare our low bank rates and easy terms with those offered by any other loan agency. You'll find the savings ore much greater here. low interest rates and personalized service cost no more. Alnona'» Horns-Owned Bank kAA/MA/WWWWV COME OUT AND ENJOY Free Coffee and Cookies WITH US ALL PAY (9 'till 9) Next Thursday MERCURY COMET Two new convertible; will join the Comet line for 1963. The convertibles, with power- operated tops, are available in the custom series and the S-22 series, which is the bucket seat version of the Comet. You'll find numerous cost-reducing maintenance improvements have been added too. Two 6-cylinder engines have been improved to run more quietly and efficiently. So be sure to see the Comet again this yean — it's the Compact that took America by storm — and it is better than ever in 19631 TAYLOR MERCURY CY 4-2467 SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. ALGONA

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