Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1967 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 3, 1967
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Becker-Potthof f wedding Wesley — Jane Becker, daughter- of Mrs. Justine Becker and the late Matt Becker, and Donald Pptthoff, son of Mrs. Albert Lickteig and the late Alvin Potthoff were united in marriage Saturday, June 24 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Wesley. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. R. W. Phillips. The bride was escorted by her brother, Bob Becker. Her sister Joyce served as maid of honor; Margaret Lickteig was bridesmaid and Shari Reding, niece of the bride was flower girl. Attending the groom as best man was Marv Maas. Groomsman was Dennis Potthoff and Terry Gilliam, nephew of the groom was ring bearer. Ushers were Luke Kollasch and Mike Lickteig. Mrs. Wilfred Becker was the organist and her daughter Mary Jo was soloist. A dinner reception for 250 gueati *a* held iii the . W. Marten* Hift and Diane Becker had the guest book. In charge at the gjftt were Marlene Schneider, Jane &•> enbacher and Janice Rlcke. Hie Godmothers of the couple, Mn. Arnold Koiiaach and Mn. Louis tUeabent cut the cake. Helen and Ruth Lickteig served the punch. Mn. Vernon Berte and Mrs. Allen Vaake poured the coffee. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mn. Rimer Doughan were dining room hostesses. Several of the brides nieces served ai waitresses. The bride and groom are both paduates of Garrigan high school. The bride is employed at Northwestern Bell, and the groom will attend Emmetsburg Junior College. Mr: and Mrs. George Seaberg drove to Miles, HI., the weekend of June 24, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Phil- Up Seaberg, Madison, Wis. tirey visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Van Laningham and all went to Rjhe O'Hare airport'Saturday evening to meet Mn. Robert Van Hove and baby from Bamberg, Germany. Mn. Van Hove is the former Judy Seaberg, and has been in Germany with her husband, Sp/4 Robert Van Hove since' April 1966. He will follow in July. Miss Dorothy Seaberg, DeKalb, m., was also at Niles, Illinois to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Hoi- bin and 3 children of Lansing, Mich., are visitors of her mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman and sister, Mrs. Chuck Westrum. Mrs. Viola Studer was admitted as a medical patient Thursday morning at the ftritt Memorial Hospital. iftVMtfMMtt Clllll lit* of ftbMit W,SOO end Atftftft (fewa) Advance-^ MONDAY, JULY A _ I. U iid't I dan t trust HM •tent (I am ho), but I (ust think it wovtd bo feed bwti- •totkft wtilth I bfiffftt MI my ww?« IT VOW •OTffv Tw ffW In 11 yean the ettaf* iivVw o^o*wfi, ntocv Q* Avtfc? Chryiltf 9ft6Wft 6 CtfttWMCll Wlfl) raf flMfftftfQffWflf WlO HOW Witt* vrny* tf my broker My Hitt it can't •e cetMidwod t A. You can find as many definitions of growth companies as you can find investors. Broadly, 1 would consider any company which has a record of growing faster than industry in general as a growth company. First, you must remember that the American economy as a whole has grown for many years at a compounded annual rate of about 3 per cent. You also have around 2 per cent annual inflation over the long term. Consequently, any company that has a record of growing at better than 5 per cent a year begins to be of interest as one in which your money may begin to grow at a better than average rate. There is also the factor to be considered as to whether this kind of growth is likely to continue in the years ahead. With our growing population and world-wide development it seems reasonable that a good rate of growth can continue in the auto industry although cyclical variations may seem to point otherwise at any given time. Of course when we are placing emphasis on growth, many of us tend to be satisfied only when we have twice this rate of growth or better, and that is probably what your broker has in mind when he says Chrysler is not a growth company. like all of the auto companies, it is not a high rate growth company, but it does have a good rate of growth when you can buy it and the other auto companies at today's bargain prices, you may over the long run do better with it than you would with some of the higher growth rate companies which are selling at much higher price in relation to their earnings. costs you nothing more at f\GOu S Strange salad, isn't it? But all the ingredients can be found at READ'S and with a little know-how (supplied by our decorator staff), even an amateur can concoct a salad a la mode for a price a la budget! Furnishing your home is really a personal matter because you want it to express your individual taste and provide the greatest selection of styles ro make the particular arrangement you need to meet your individual requirements. Come in... look around ... you'll be surprised to see how far your dollars will go and how much more gracious you can make your living. DEDICATED TO GRACIOUS LIVING / FURNITURE & CARPETING -MI WATSON INTERIORS A. I agree that, no matter how much you trust your treasurer-agent, or financial partner, it is good business to have a bond. You can get one from any insurance agency offering bond coverage. Obviously, your club is not affiliated with the National Association of Investment Clubs. The NAIC's $10-a-year membership fee per club includes a 125,000 fidelity bond on every member of the club. NA1C membership would be the least expensive way to bond your financial partner. There are many advantages to NAIC membership besides. Q. 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