Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1967
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THURSDAY, AU6, 10, 196? Reunion held by Luedtkes at Fenton park Fenton — Attending the Lucdtke reunion at the Fenton Park Sunday were tlip Oarl P,ricbes, Art Luedtkc. Mrs. Helena Luedtkc, tlic Ed Meyers, Reuben Luedtkes. M Luedtkes, and Mark, Mr.-. Marvin Ackerson and Douglas, t)hc Bob Schmidts, and Rodney, Harold Luedtkes, Rochester, Leon Larsons and Dawn, Carol Marlow, Rochester, the Marvin Luedtkes, Susan and Terry, Melvin Theis- ens, Marcia and Craig, Jerry Battcrmans, Golden Valley, Darrell Schmidts, Ervin Lued- tkes, Leslie and Diane, Ray Priebcs, Patricia Lucdtke and a fricnid Kathy Larson, DCS Moines. nMfiJnM HvvoclHlon Or fnlMnnwnv C'Uov in 10 yeart than peepl* who as " in would comment P . Q ..«r A , iy individuaj w - ho buys ' A. I guess mutual fund good-grade securities and salesmen arc as subject as j!^" 8 , ™}® mt °y er a P 0 "? 1 ^' any of us to letting their enthusiasm confuse their facts. The fund your salesmen works for has five different time Is likely to show a handsome profit. It's happened too many times for the individual investor's investing plans. The best of these sense to be downgraded. Mlrt- would have seen $10,000, in- ual Fun ds are a good form of eluding reinvested income, investment, but let's keep the grow to $23,098 in 10 yean. wholc picture straight. That sounds fairly'good tin- Q wh-t are , he ru|e , on til you remember that a sin- jo|nt owner ,hi p of common Vf»\t /iftn/liirttn/f r\\t inn I T?iiim*« • . . . ~ CHURCH GROUP MEETS WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday at •the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Warren Jones, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs. Devotions wetre by Mrs. Frank McFall and the lesson was given by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. This year's project will be to sew garments for boys and girls in Africa. The patterns for the sewing project were sihown. Mrs. Richard Schillx. was a guest. vey conducted by the University of Chicago a few years ago established that the average increase in price for all common stock listed on tho New York Stock Exchange averaged nine per cent a year since 1926. On this basis, $10,000 invested in common stocks back in 1957, with all inoohic reinvested, should be worth about $23,750 today. And that's on the basis of a random stock selection: stocks bought carefully as in a mutual fund would likely show a better gain. stock by members of a family other than husband and wife? Can it be held by sisters or brother and sister with the stipulation of "with right of survivorship"? If so, what is the legal procedure when one of them dies? A. To the best of my knowledge, there is no requirement for any kind of family 'relationship between individuals wanting to own stock jointly with right of survivorship. . If one of the joint owners To suggest that the individ- dies, in most cases, the filing COMPLETES TRAINING Wayne Stocber has completed six weeks of ROTC training art Fort Riley, Kans., and is'spending, this week with his parents, the Wilfred Stoebcrs. He and the Richard Stuckis, Julie and Jeff, spent several days at Okoboji before he returned to his job al town City at Celic store, llo ual investor cannot do that well on his own just doesn't seem to fit the experience. Let's assume you put $10,000 into Ford Motor Co. stock 10 years ago. Even if you had paid the highest price at which the stock sold that year, your shares, with accumulated dividends would be worth $25,800 as this is written. You might point (.his out to your mutual fund salesman. Also $10,000 invested in his plans to'enter the university Finn's poorest performing plan of Iowa for his senior year this fall. >Mr. and Mrs. Earl Little Rock, Ark., and Mr,;. Pearl Phillips, Algoma, wore Thursday afternoon callers ait Lomie Wcisbrod's. The Clifford Douglas family visited recently wilh Rev. anid Mrs. Forrest Flowers at Rockwell City. Recent guests at Gerald Voigt's were Drs. Norman and Joanna Harris and their daughter Martha Terrell, Nashville, Tenn.; Dr. Ruth Haokmian, Rail ford, Va. Vi Pierce, Chicago, 111.; tJhe Ray iBrowns, Galena, 111.; Russell Owenses, Sco'tt and Lisa, Hammond, Intl.; and Bob Geigel, Kansas City. Palirvillc Ladies Aid met in the church August 3. Rev. C. Bliss led opening devotions would be worth only $14,514 now. A lot of individuals should experience no difficul- Haase, tv achieving that kind of record. It's quite true that there ate individual investors who of a copy of the death certificate with the entity recording the title of the stock will be sufficient to place th? stock safely in the name of the survivor. Have you a question about investing? Mr. O'Hara, editor of the monthly magazine, "Better Investing", and one of the nation's recognized authorities, will answer as many as possible in his column or by personal mail, but must limit questions to those of more general interest. Correspondents will receive a free copy of "Better Investing". Write to T. E. O'Hara, National Association of Investment Clubs, Dept. S, Box 1056, Detroit, Michigan 48231. Kohlwes's. Austin. Minn. Attending the Theesifield reunion at the Lone Rock Legion ihall Sunday were the Jack Tiemans and Teresa, Titonka, Mrs. John Theesfield.V the Frank Dreyers, Lloyd Sundes, Alvin Zumach, Lake View, and Gary Zumach, Wall Lake. The Virgil Borchardts visited Sunday afternoon at Mar- Ian Wegener's. The Harlan Muellers Stanton, spent the weekend at the Ernest Mueller's. Saturday evening guests at Ernest Mueller's were the Marlin Wegeners, Melvin Fairmont re- Minn., spent the weekend at Rcinhold Laab's. Sunday afternoon guests of Reinhold Laabs were the Wilfred Laabs and Fern and their granddaughter Brenda Laabs, Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Kathy and Mrs. Au'ca Schmidt. Sunday evening callers at Ray Chrisohilies's were Iho Hans Baagos, Clarence Manz- es and Anna, and the Gerald Weiners, Burt. Cheryl' Uthof, daughter of the Raymond Uthofs, had tho misfortune of falling from her bicycle Wednesday and breaking her arm. The Roy Ghrischilleses and their grandson Eugene Chris- chilles were Thursday evening guests at Gerald Weih-' er's, Burt. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were Sunday guests at Ervin Olson's at Spencer. Judy Edgier was a dinner guest Tuesday evening at Dr. E. E. Ruske's. The Wally Locks and Wayne, Elmhurst, 111., spent from Wednesday to Saturday at Ei 1 -. vin Borchardt's. From there they went to visit Mrs. Lock's mother, Mrs. Rose Borchardit, Badger. Max Borchardt returned to Elmhurst with the Locks for several weeks. The Paul Eiglers returned Friday from a vacation at Mackinac Island and North Shore Drive. They visited the Arlin Kohlweses, Roscoe, 111., and Otto Jensen at Deer River, Minn. Mrs,. Ida Dreyer and Brent visited;Friday at Duane Dreyer's, 'Humboldt. The Roger Dreyers have a girl born July 26, 3 Ibs. are] 9 ozs, named Melissa Jane. Mrs. Ida Dreyejr and Mrs. Ralph Walker ;,went to Sioux City and Brent and Sonja Dreyer returned home with them. The Gerhart Hantelmans attended the funeral of Bobby Booth at the Christian church at Estherville Sunday. The Adolph Hansens visited her mother, Mrs. Rose Hansen, Thompson Sunday. Mrs. Adolph Hansen and Arlene Hanson visited Saturday evening at Hans Baago's. Mary Lou Waller, Chicago, • a college roommate of Judy Eiglcr, visited Judy at Paul Eigler's Friday to Monday. Mrs. Art Priebe gave a birthday party for Mrs. Floyd Duncan Tuesday afternoon'. Guests were members of Mrs. Duncan's Sunday school class, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Ella Mrs. E. J, Frank. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde spent last week at Jim Peterson's at Minneapolis. The William Bruhns and Joe Culbertsons, Swea City, attended the Twins and Boston ball game at Minneapolis Sunday. Wednesday supper guests tf Mrs. Laurnetta Miller were the Bmil Baders, Helnut and Sigrid, Philadelphia, Mrs. Clara Fischer, Mrs. Freda Sioms, Linda Lenning, Mrs. Alvina Huff, St. Paul, Mrs Clara Seeley, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn, Jason Krough. Mrs. Alvina Huff, St. Paul, spent from Monday to Thursday with Mrs. Laurnetta Miller. Last Sunday at- Charles Feye's, the Duane Widdels and Garry Widdels Spirit Lake, Patty Widdel had spent several days at Charles Feye's Karen Feye returned homo with the Widdels and spent from Sunday to Thursday. The Paul Sturdivans and boys, Madrid, were Monday and Tuesday guests at Charles Feye's. Don Matthiesen is spending a week with his parents, the Homer Matthiesens. He has been attending summer school at Moody Bible Institute, at Chicago and will return there in the fall. Mrs. Carmen Bell and family, Waterloo, and Mrs. Laurnetta Miller, and Jason Krough plan to go to St. Paul Thursday to visit relatives there. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. A. J. Gross, 96, at Curlew. Mrs. Gross was Homer Matthiesen's grandmother. Mrs. Vic Struecker had as guests Thursday afternoon for Julie's 2nd birthday. Mrv. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Duane Garman and girls, Mrs. James Meyer and Mark, Mrs. Esther Hint/, Mrs. Harold Eimers and Tammy, and Mrs. Fred Greinert and children. The Herb Krauses and Vie Strueckers spent the weekend at Minneapolis. They attended the ball game Saturday. South side, for two weeks. They are 11 years old and 'both enjoyed their visit here: They were here under the Friendly Town project, along with 21 others in the area, but were the only ones in the immediate vicinity. There were about 500 coming from that area to Iowa. The two were reported to be very unhappy with such a short visit. The Cecil Godfredsons; Humboldt, had members of the family as guests for their daughter and family, Lt. and Mrs. C. K. Myers, Virginia Be.ach, Va. Present Sunday were the Myers, the Ben Wib- bens and girls, David Hankins family, Mrs. Nels God- Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth BroiMt Margaret Donek, Sunday afternoon. The Ernest Berklands turned Saturday from a vaca- Waite, Mrs. Amanda Kern and tion at .Lake Mary.,. Resort,, Mrs. Edith Hayenga. Mrs. Alexandria; Minn. •and the book of Amos was Pompe, and Harlan Muellers. studied. The Aid offered to paint two rooms in the pastor's house. Hostess were Mrs. iMrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Maria Waite spent several days last week Eugene Wegencr and Mrs. Or- helping the Dennis Schmidts ville Weincr. move to Keswick. They return- Mrs. Jesse Jentz recently ed Sunday. Barry Schmidt had visited at her son, William H. spent a week with his grand- Jentz's, Okoboji. Mr. Jentz is parents, the Olaf Norlands, employed by the Lake Patrol there this summer. She attended the Okoboji Summer itheater and saw the play Barefoot in the Park". She The Ervin Borchardts took the Wayne Kerber to Minneapolis Thursday to catch the •train for their home at White Salmon, Wash. On the way home the Borchardts visited Don Uthof at the Owatonma hospital The Melvin Berklands and Karen visited Mrs. Louise DeWall, Estherville Sunday afternoon. They also visited the Keith Nelsons at their summer home on Spirit Lake. The David Berklands were Thursday evening callers at Ray Uthof's. Mrs. Alice Schmidt, Austin, Priebe showed slides of her, trip East. < The Dennis Longs and boys, Louie Macks, BdtJtendorf, Harold Eimers family anld Joan nde Binder, Aryshire, were Sunday guests at Gus Kraus's. Mabry Long is going to spend the week at the Gus Krausc home while his parents are vacationing in Colorado. At a picnic Saturday evening ait Mrs. Ella Newel's were the Richard McCarys, Kelly 'and Kim, Hartley, Lyle Newels, Don Shaws and John, Dick Schiltzes, Long 'Beach, Calif., Mrs. Virginia Ralbey and Ruth, Cedar Falls, and The William DeWalls, Amos Eglands, Wallingford, and Mrs. Clarence Egland, Estherville, visited Sunday with Mrs. was also a guest at Clarence Kalrcn Rosth, Story City. 'Mrs, Don Hurlburt and Mrs. Herman Maahs attended a COME TO THE for Carol Schott at the Howard Jergens home at Weaver's at Ocheyedan. The Gerald Braces, Hayfield, visited Monday at Floyd shower Duncan's. The Wally Locks and Way- Bradgate Sunday afternoon, ne, and Max Borchardt visit- The Lyle Bassetts, Milford, ed Thursday evening at Vir- are spending a few days at gil Borchardt's. Ray Stoeber's. The William Hantelmans The Clarence Theesfields, spent the weekend with their Fairmont, were Sunday after- daughter Mary ait Cedar Falls, noon callers at Ray StoeberV Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Brent The Frank McFalls visited spent last Monday at Ewaid an aunt of Mrs. McFalls, Mrs. KLEIN'S Farm Supply WILL BE AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR We extend a cordial invitation to visit our booth in the Floral Hall. ON DISPLAY: WAYNE FEEDS PRIDE OF THE FARM EQUIPMENT PAM LINE EQUIPMENT CASWELL EQUIPMENT Klein's Farm Supply REGISTER AT OUR BOOTH FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES SPECIAL REGISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, TOO! SEE TOO AT THE FAIR! • r H • I . ii ii••i•• 111! Ill 11111k \ I • I I • ' | I 1 I I • I II III! HOW AID MIUIR OIN! DON MAI AUTHORIZED LINDSAY MAIMS r LINDSAY .indsay 920 South AIGONA ffedson and Mrs. fed Godffed- son, all of Algona, W. E Stows, Humboldt, and the Mefvln Johnsons, Swea dty. Mrs. Mefvin Johnson is a daughter of the Cecil God- fredsons also. The Rev. G. -W. Ukenas, Julie, and grandson, Barry Ukena, and Rev. Otto ffrefking were Sunday dinner guests at Walter Hans's. Rev Frerking is Mrs. Ukena's father, and Rev. Ukena is Mrs. Hans' brother. Rev. Ukena had preached at the Presbyterian church at Jackson, Minn. They are at Twin Lakes, where they had Vacationed in July. Monday they left for Wilton Junction, where he will be minister at the Presbyteria.n church. They have been,:at West Union for 28 years. TV E. G. Jofgeflseti* wefc-" afternoon gueitt. i The Warren Bron** family attended graduation f6f their. •iiievje, Marlehe Moote, daughter of the William Moores, Ruflhford, Minn., at the Be- thef ville Junior College, Thursday. Marlene was one 6f the class of practical nurse*. They will take state board examinations in the fall. They may work on a permit unitil that time. Marlene is working at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Others attending were Mrs. Ronald Richardson and Herbie Patterson, Lakofca, and Mrs. Winters, Buffalo Center. Her sister and family, the Leo- Schultzes, Cosmos, Minn., were \yeekend guests at Laur- HeV.Peterson's.', ,Thedf ^daughter "had spent two weeks here and they came for her. Maxine Clark finished teach- summer school ait LeMans, where she 'taught remedial and reading malth on the second grade level. She left for California where she will enter the California Baptist Theological Seminary in Covina for a two year course. She is preparing for Christian education or Missionary work. Maxine is the daughter of the Glenn Clarks. The Glenn Clarks have been hosts to Dorothy Evans and Larry Coleman from Chicago's 2 DAYS ONLY! BEGINS FRIDAY 12 NOON BUILD BABY'S PHOTO ALBUM WITH PIN-UPS Beautiful 5x7 photograph, for only Nen*glar« lights PIXY PIN-UPS EXCLUSIVE!* AT PINNIYt PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: Fri - 1M Sat. 9-5 natural smIUs. Do your baby-bragging with a beautiful photo ... "worth more than a thousand words." Get a completely finished photograph for only 59<. You will not be urged to buy but if you wish thi remaining poses they're yours for 1.35 for the first, 1.25 for the 2nd and $1 for any additional. AGE LIMIT 5 years. One or two children per family will be photographed singly for 59* each for the first picture. Each additional child under five, 1.50. Visit the wonderful world of GAS APPLIANCES AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR |l. P. CarburatiotJ REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES, TOO! North Central Public Service Co. "A Compl.t* IP <nd Natural C«$ Service."

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