Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1967 · Page 2
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(liwi) 0. I have eight shares of UMC Industries and two shares of Thlokol. Also I bought one share of American telephone A Telegraph a long time ago which has now become six shares. In addition, my mother gave me 44 shares of AT&T, 14 shares of General Motors A U shares of Phil• adelphia Electric. I expect to receive some money in the next' year and would like to know what to buy to round out my portfolio • something that would give me a dividend check each month. A. If, when you are ready to buy, prices are about the same as they are now, 1 suggest you consider buying shares in a good electric util- ity.or in a good oil company : Both of thcia classes of stocks have good giowth rates and are favorably priced right now. 0. A retired person well along in years, I would like your opinion on Consolidated Edison of New York, Columbia Gas System and American Telephone A Telegraph, which I recently purchased. I am more concerned about ATAT because, if I understand the recent ruling of the Federal Trade Commission, the company is restricted in the earnings it can have in the future. Should I hold it for the long pull? •Frigidaire • Maytag •Monarch SALES & SERVICE BEED HARDWARE & APPLIANCE Titonka, Iowa Phone 928-2127 IT'S TIME FOR YOUR PRE-WINTER CHECK-UP POLAR Permanent ANTI-FREEZE WITH RUST INHIBITOR — NONE BETTER — Tested and Approved by State Bureau of Inspection and Licensing 50-50 Mix Protects to 34 Below Zero $ 1.59 GALLON IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER SEE US FOR THE NEW United C. D. Motor Oil The ONE OIL FOR USE in cars, trucks, tractors, gasoline, L. P, and diesel engines. No finer motor oil made. • Exceeds can manufacturer's Test Sequences • Exceeds MIL-2104B Specifications t} Recommended for the most severe heavy duty, gasoline, L.P., and Diesel engine service. ^IIMHIMIInlllllttMMIMnMIIMnlllMIMUIMIMIIIHHIIIIIIIllltKIMIIIItlllMtllMIMMIIMMMUtlllnlMIIMHIMIIIIMIHIMHIIHIlnMUUIIIH WE HAVE ALL THE GRADES OF HYDRAULIC OILS FOR EVERY MAKE TRACTOR SEE US ABOUT YOUR FARM GREASE NEEDS! VIKING OIL CO. PHONE 2M-37N A. Consolidated Edison and Columbia Gas Systems are both excellent companies for a retired person who wants to benefit from the better* than-5-per cent yield each provides. . I don't think you should be concerned about your hold' ings in AT&T. It is true that the FTC has issued an order setting the limit on the rate that the company will be able to earn on one part of its business. This order is almost certain to be contested in the courts. Even if the Commission's rate-limiting order should eventually be upheld, its effect would be to restrict but not stop the growth of the company. AT&T is a very vital part of the country's economic and communication life. 1 have confidence that the people of this country will see that good sense prevails and that this company is kept healthy so it can continue to serve us wl'tli speed and growing efficiency. While AT&T may not be the darling of investors for some years, I anticipate that the present dividend rate will be continued and, as time goes on, increased. 0. How can I invest in order to hive • fixed income from dividends plus capital, if necessary • the object being to consume most of the* capital investment in 20 years? A. If you were simply to deposit $100 a month in a savings account where it earned a 4 per cent dividend compounded annually, at the end of 20 years you would be able to withdraw $1,800 a year for 20 years, as compared with the $1,200 you deposited annually, and still have $27,822 in the bank .at the end of that period. To achieve results which possibly could more than double this performance, you could invest the same amount each month in high-quality stocks. Right now 1 would suggest one or more of our good utilities or oil companies, or other top-quality industrial concerns which your broker might help you select. If you do not want to do your own choosing of stocks, you could arrange a regular investment program through a mutual fund. You can also arrange to make regular withdrawals from such a fund which will consist of both earnings and capital. guests met at the home of Mrs. Francis ToHne last Friday afternoon tot her Circle of the First BaptiM Church. Devotions were by MfA. Bina Montgomery, and Mrs, Ray morid Johnson gave, tiff le» son on Japan. ; !"-U •Mrs. Virgil Jensen entered St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., Sept. 4, for treatment, and Sept. 18, had major surgery. The David Rippentrops, Newton, were visited by his parents, the Everett Rippen- trops Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Gabel had her Circle of the Methodist church last Wednesday at!her home. Mrs. Floyd Morilgemv , cry assisted as hostess. Marjorie Tobin spent the weekend at the parental Johnie Tobin's. She Camd : from Sioux City with a cousin,, the Robert Brocks. ''' The Ed Recces, Elmore, wore Sunday guests at their son, the Jack Reeces. $ 29 collected ' for poppies by Scouts at Burt Burt — There was a good attendance last Monday at the . VFW Auxiliary meeting"-at Mrs. Valeta Griesc's with Edith Jandl ajsiistilig hostess. A report was given on the, poppy sale by the Boy Scouts. Total amount was $29.86 anti $4 was given to the Scotiitr master to be used in some worthy 'project. The President, Valeta Griese, reported three new reinstatements, Mrs. .Russell Thompson, Mrs. Roland Lavrenz and Mrs. Charles Schrader. The next •meeting will bo • at Hattie Schrader's. The inspector will be at the Novermer meeting. KJflool at the lown hau. Leide** are Bar baft Pinhkiik and Butnttfefte Optwtm. •••••••••••••fig ' v ' • Servicemen MlLICOfTM PILOT ft. Welters, f»«, (AMTNC) — Second Lieutenant Duane A, Brigga, 21, ion of Mr*. Or' phi Briggs, Swea City^com< pitted ft helicopter pilot course Sept. 15 at the Army Primary Helicopter School, Ft. Welters, Tex. During the 16-week course, he was trained to fly Army helicopters and learned to use them in tactical maneuvers. M F A 1 I tV Cj • Kehler • Mvrt Pumft • BJJJ R.J.F1MK I Plumbing 4 Heathg • )if S, Dodge Algona, Iowa Fho n. 395.3334 IV Speaker The Algona Circuit of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod is privileged to present an outstanding speaker, The Rev. Dr. Blwin W. Mueller, for the Circuit Dinner meeting on; C-ctober 12 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. Dr. Mueller will meet w!iih Circuit pastors and teachers at 3:30 before the 6:30 dinner hour. At 7:30 Dr; Mueller will present the topic, "The Rural Church in Transition", followed by discussion. Dr. Mueller is' Iowa educated, attending public school, Wartburg Academy and Wartburg Junior College in Waverly, and receiving a B'. A. Degree from the University of Iowa and a B. D. Degree from Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque. limtUtimiHMIItlMH ATTEND MEETING Members of St. John's Ladies Aid who attended' the' LWML Fall Rally Sept. 27 at Trinity Lutheran church An Ailgona were Clara Reynolds,:. Iva Jurgens, Ella Meyer, Bertha Willrett, Eunice Meyer, Elizabeth Radig, Geneva Rusher) Arlene Behnkendorf and Rev. Edwin Bishop. The October Aid meeting will be this Tuesday, Oct. 3. Note the; , f _i i * <* *• »"{•• change of date. !i Tuesday, Oct 3, because of a (teachers meeting at Ailgona that day. O.E.S. Past Matron club •will have dinner at Fort Dodge Oct. 3 for their October meeting. Walter Rente has retired because of ill health after 36 years working for the railroad. Lance Rdebhoff accompanied him to Des Moine's Tuesday and assisted him in some business arrangements. Friends have received a letter from Rev. and Mrs. ; Bearse at Leisure World, Seal Beach, Calif. Both are we'll and enjoying life. Mrs. Bearse observed! her 80th birtlhday recently. Rev. J. W. Bearse was pastor at Burt Methodist Church in 1951-56. Brownies had , an organization meeting Sept. 28 alter Work h comfort wherever you are, the TULOMA LP-GAS WAY... Fal values in versatile space heaters This winter warm your home workshop . . . farm workshop . . . spare room in your house . . .milking parlor ... . farrowing house, with versatile space heaters operated by dependable, clean TULOMA LP- Qas. Suspended from the ceiling, hanging on the wall, sitting on the floor, mounted on wheels, you take heat and put it where you want it. Always economical, LP-Gas space heaters are even more so now, during TULOMA's fall parade of home heating values. See name brand LP-Gas space heaters at your TULOMA showroom. Save now . . . and work in warm comfort this winter. (TULOMA) TULOMA GAS PRODUCTS COMPANY Irvington, Iowa Tutoma Qaa Products Company, Morton, Illinois • Your supplier of dependable LP*Qa*> §OY STQFFIt, Own.r JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA No. Kossuth club to quit; no interest Swea Eagle — Eagle 'Homemakers met at Mrs. Virgil Tokheim's Tuesday. It had been decided previously that, the attendance at this meeting would determine whether there was enough interest to continue the club. The fact •that only three members present left no alternative but to discontinue the club. It was elected to turn the balance of the treasury over to the school for retarded at Algona. Past officers of the club were Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, chairman; Mrs. Kenneth Brones, vice; and Mrs. Irvin Smith, treasurer. HURT IN ACCIDENT The Hans Petersons visited the Wilfred Nickels at Jeffers, Minn., Sunday. They went to bring their daughter Treva home. She had been 'there for the weekend to visit her fiance, Harlan Fisk, who had been injured in a farm accident. Mr. Fisk fell into an automatic unloading wagon, going through with both legs up to the thigh. He received cuts on the back of the legs, but is not hospitalized. BACK FROM VIETNAM Danny Peterson returned from Viet Nam August 26, after one year of service there. His return was a complete surprise to his parents. They knew nothing about it until he walked into the house, according to his mother, Mrs. Hans Pe'terson. Danny has started to work at Henneman Motors at Estherville. His wife, the former Nancy Dalke, is employed at Emmet County bank at Estherville. TURKEY SUPPER At the General Meeting WSCS Oct. 4, plans will bs completed for the annual turkey supper to be served Wednesday, Oct. 11, at Burt Methodist church. Larry Torine spent Sunday visiting at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, the Robert Homes at Waukon. The Francis Toiines had a group of relatives for the 86th birthday of her father, Ball Larson. During the evening, Mrs. Robert Himes phoned from Waukon. Twenty-one members and A birthday party was held Saturday for Dawn Opheim at her home for her 7th birthday. She also treated classmates at school. The A & B Club was entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Lydia Schweit- ert for her birthday. Guests Sunday at M. L. Out- ton's for four birthdays, M. L. Dutton, Henry Johnannsen, Algona, Wayne Sehichtl, Marshalltown, Gary Schlchtl, Thornton, were Henry Johannsen, Algona, Henry Banting, the Glenn Teeters, the Raymond Nelsons, LuVerne, Mrs. Ruth Cook, Algona, the Wayne Schichtls, Marshalltown, the Gary SohiahUs, Thornton. } The Jolly Ten Club met last week Friday at Phyllis Wiener's. Mrs. Rose McGuire was called to Kansas City, Mo., by the illness of her son Joe. The District Mission Study conference was held alt Grace <Methodist church in Spencer Oct. 1. Rev. M. C. Davies |s chairman of this conference which Is intended to help those who will teach mission studies. : The WSCS Jurisdictional meeting will be held in Cedar Rapids, Oct. 11, 12 and 13. Mrs. Walter Campney will attend, representing the Sperv- cer District. ; The Bill Madsen family, George, were recent visitors of Burt relatives and friends. The Donald Reimers family moved to their new home and the Melvin Langfitts moved •from Algona to the Madsen house vacated by the Reimers. Fortnightly club will meet Friday, Oct. 6 with Clara Reynolds. •Mrs. Amelia Polhemus had surgery last Monday at Lutheran hospital .in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ernest Polhemus, Ajv tesia, Calif., came by plane Sunday to be with her. Melvin Johnson is a patient at Veteran's hospital in Des Moines, convalescing following emergency surgery last Friday. He is employed ; at Burt Co-op elevator. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle is a patient at Mercy hospital, Ma- scjn City ioUiow%iig surgery Thursday. There will be no school this The Morse 280 Acrcf Farm Will Be Sold at Public at the premises Wednesday, Oct. 11 1967 2:00 p. Size and Location 280 Acres of Best Quality Land, located six miles cast of Esther- 'ville on north side of paved Highway No. 9. 12 miles west of Armstrong. Improvements Large Modern 4-bedroom House; Barn 3G-fU x GO-ft.; Cattle Shed 30-ft. x 90-ft.; Granary 28-ft. x 40-ft.; Hog House 20-ft. x 36-ft.; Machine Shed 30-ft. x 60-ft.; Garage. Bin Capacity, 20,000 bu.; Cattle Capacity, 200 per year; HOB Capacity, 600 ner year. Numerous other buildings, all in excellent condition. Type of Soil Webster and Clarion Ijaam. Well drained. A.S.C. Ruling This farm has a top Emmet Counly A.S.C. Yield Rating. Corn base 128 acres, Consm-iiiK base ^7 acres. Legal Description The West Half of the Northeast Quarter and the Southeast Quarter of Section Twelve ll^l, Township Ninety-nine (99), Range Thirty-three (33), EmmeX County. Iowa, and all that part of the West Half of Section Seven (7), Touiiship Ninety-nine (99), Range Thirty-two (31f). Enunet County. Iowa, lying west of ihe center of the open ditch of Di'iimasc District No. 7 in Emmel County, Iowa. Terms Possession III'; lit Hi,- iimmml hiil will be paid by pmrhnsor un dine of sale, iiilmii'c cm or before Dei 1 . 13; I'.niT. Al timo of final settlement, subject to tenant's lease uh'u-h expires on March 1, 1968. Merchantable Title Sellers will convey a merchantable tide at time of final settlement. Sellers will pay 19G7 la\w and assessments. Brokers A foe of .WlXI.(H) will be pnid to the broker.' iVKiMorini; the buyer with the attorneys be- v fuiv sale. - financing available on Uii« farm from insurance companies and lending agencies. For further in/ormaliun, fee <4f<orn«y«. AllCTIONEEHS Cluir Clark Lloyd Clark OWNERS WiiUfre4 E. Morse John H, Morse Olive Boice ATTORNEYS. Brothers Estherville, Iowa AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: During recent )«w« V-f b» v « sectioned over 20.000 acres of land. We have p*.ver liaj » belter fftrnj to offer ll)»u tjtc Morse farm.

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