Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 5
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». t. 0. THIS BUSINESS OF liking sex with toothpaste is a dally, i Specially when the gal up and blows a kiss, which in the Old Goat's day didn't count i for 1 much one way or another.:; Of course the girl on :«h«i commercial is loaded with lipstick that blows off so th«t>it may be the>guy didn't get all bloodied up getting.' the reel thing. About thejjbnJy pitches that doesn't use \ the sex approach are thoss for, holding your false teeth in — oops, pardon — theyjre''dentures now days instead of the false teiaith, label. -Seems if you doftt use the product the durned things wlisstip out and jatober at you .from the table. Of course •there's the one on gray haiir that, use of the prWuct win have.,' the old gent slobbering at the mouth, at the new you. The/>oid qoat^has, a favorite relative who showed up witll ^ a itthjt job^recenidy; Just goes. •to show—the Old Goat didn't know she was old enough tor have: gray haaii^to;b8e3-sJiail& we';''say-^te!r»d?^/Oh rwiell,$ it's iSniy her hair dresser who knows for sure, but the Old Goafc ia'imgtity suspicious. :.''. jfci •• ' '*"• • THESE THREE FOOT- :*:, Atfvar*0-4 f NOV. o, certainly down't mote odd- tot purchases of quality stock prohibitive. 0. Could you plsos* lot m* know whon th* T, V. Prtoa ' J will hav* its ttoek tpHt i this a good fund to In' Inf A. 1 am not aware of any plans for the T, V, Price fund to split. Ordinarily, a mutual fund doesn't split its aharea, tince it customarily paya out w> realized income in dM* dendft. If you want to compare ito perfotmanoe with ttwt of other funds you on go to your public library or brofe er's office and look it tip in Arthur WJeaenbergferfc "jln- Vestment Companies". Thia book gives the record of most of the major fund* Or look up the August 15 fame of Forbes Magatlno with ft report on Mutual Fund re suite. '^•'••wmAiEmimaEBBNM.BM.M.l^.j^.j^.j^gBjJ.j^.j.jJ.jg.j.^.^.J.j ^^ _ Lakota-Ledyard wedding Speaker here Nov. 7 for Women Voters Ledyard: Linda Lee Egesdal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Egesdal of Ledyard and Roger Duane Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson of Lakoita were married at 3:00 Sunday afternoon, October 8 at ithie;.' Bethany .'Evangelical and Reformed church in Ledyard. The Rev. Victor Vriesen preformed the double ring cere- f.Glbria Eichhorn, of Elmore, (Minnesota, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and Palsy Thompson, niece of:the groom and Kari Egesdale, sister of the ,vt»ride< were bridesmaids. . Attending the groom were his nephew, Duane Wempen of Buffalo Center as best man. Groomsmen were Larry Thompson, brother of the groom and Tony Vodrasfca, a nephew of Spencer, Iowa. Lisa Wallentine, niece of the bride and Timothy Egesdal, brother of the bride were flower girl and ring bearer. A reception followed in the church parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are now at home on a farm 2 and a half miles northwest'of L-a kota following their wedd?ng trip. .- , havi tht Old Goat panting forJbrMth trying to watch thrshow. After a whil* h« i«n,'t siir* who is playing who (pr /i» J^ whsoim?). Tht What »r« your racom. m«ncufiom frding Toeh- -----?9* »* H, now it it around 28 3P.|Suld I hold it? Abo A Mhird factor is the price- earnings ratio. At $30, Tecji- nioolor is currently selling at This is , ..,,,. »*ihlirVj*$C s ar*H ridiculous wh.n th.r. is a band , marching and playing, Som*on* goofed on on* of th. flam.. and'+Ht camora show*d|oin>fch**r^ l.ad.r* prancing around in" tin?, with th. music. H. probably will g*t firid for not: showing th.;ugly faces keep her Onie ! over "Happy From the . of th. cimm.ht.tor.. Th. Old Goat g.ts .yen. H* shuts th* sound off and wh$n tjh. comnWntators com* on •scr..n h«; yacks bac|( at th*m. Ey.rything is -^lAor^oars-fHi'')^^^^ WHAT GIVES WITH these happy birthday greetings in ithe^persOnaJs columns in the Is someone putting a ! harpoon --*-" one who wants to age a bit "secret, the weekend said: Birthday Shirley Office Gang". Bet- aha• •-, Shirley, would 'just as soon had the. money instead of that greeting spread all over the state of Iowa to urn- teen thousands of people wtio didn't give a hoot about her or the office gang. Of course someone, .might be mean, enough to call attention to the poor gal. It comes under, the heading of a mean tirick, so it does, Give the gal the mon- ey-r*he Demon Register doesn't rtoed it. >, ,, •, « • THESE FLOWER CHILDREN remind th. Old Goat of ;: H*How**n. Thoy'ro spooky enough to giv* a ; bufich of young fry tho' scroaming moanios. Tho troubl* is thoy'ro almost spooks onough in tho hoad to fro sombio typo, And if th.* us. pot and junk th*y*. r.,out of this world and soon to loavo it for good. ThfV may hay* th* trick but it'ine tr.at. <' » *'. THESE SHEMALE singers in the long gowns make the Old Goa* a bit sick to his tummy. Back when the OW Goa| was youivg (way back!) they had what they called the 'hobble skirt, which kept the •poor giri walking with step* Of about six inches. The mod- ew isn't quite th»t bi4, but as ffj as the Old Gomt is 00*1 cerftpd they might as well be in § sack. If they could only see themselves in th»t getup-they'd stiuck it w § hurry. And they can't sing CiiMuo-! • . : * '• * THfY'O fit back th* gjr! wjhf wit tNrtyt •fJlioii. Thif mo9*rn ff» tynia CUrk giv.» th« QM A. I don't make reoonunen- utions kliout buying or sell- tg;i. pj^iicular jstock^buit I v 9. -^ike^jto?: point out factors are wise to consider as YOU make a decision to buy or sell a panticular stock. - A: One!lofy.the . factors is the : '^^atesV:;re^b^^vof: : :the'^fi^m. I think-ybu'll find ;therevis no ..regular growth in 'sates"; of ,'finis company. Another factor' /„ is growth in the earnings per .,;;Sh^(p;:/r!ecord. Technicolor's ^ present eifitongs of, $1.00 per have been for many years in the past. so for a stock that has not had a clear record c. „. sales and profitability. You mention a couple of your stock-buying practices that I think you should reconsider. You. say you won't buy a stock that sells at more than $20 a share and that you always buy at least 100 shar- In my book neither of these limitations is wise. The important thing to bear in mind about the price you pay for a stock is whether it is reasonable in relation to current and prospective earnings. A stock selling for $1 may well be overpriced; another selling for $90 could be a bar- But th.n th* pitch is to th* young folks who go for that styl* or stuff. But th* Old Goat miss*s th. girl who' d.spit. all kinds of dir* troubl* always *nd*d right sid. up asking th* vi*w*r to. join th* r*b*Hion. Hop* shf .didn't giv. up th. fight. By the same token, whether you buy 100shares or 11 shares of a company has absolutely nothing to do with what it might amount to as an investment for you in the future. I suppose youir reason for buying no less than 100 'shares is commission on odd-doit purchases. Actuary, this doesnt amount to enough to worry about. It The Algona League of Women Voters held its second meeting for October Tuesday, the 24th. The morning unit met wilth Christine McCuMough and the evening group With Jan Andrtotjen A program on the Untted Nations was given by Nytfb Kdp. Ann Anderson reported on the Fall Workshop held in Des Moines Oct. 17. Other League members attending the workshop were Phyllis Bray, Meta Giinder and (Dorothy Parsons. The League will hold a joint meeting the evening of Nov. 7 with Joyce Fraser Guest at this meeting will be Pastor Burton Everist, Detroit, Mich. Lu Verne Guosts in th* horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Duinm Watts and Duren Lynn on Sundlay were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Speedling of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Max King and family of Algona, .Mr. and Mrs. Clifford (Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Buit DeNio and Holly of LuVernie. The occasion being the 'birthday of Mrs. Watts. Mrs. Fay* Lichty had th* following guests in, her home the past week Mrs. Beatrice Harrison, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sims and son, Don, all of Domain, Canada, also Miss Grace Lichty of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Harrisom also called on Ian old classmate, class of 1905, Mr Howard Beardsley of Algona. DeRoy Uchty and family of Mason City joined them for dinner on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Laurol B*n»ley and family and Phil Lichty, Mrs Bentley's father of Eagle Grove spent Saturday and Sunday at the Phil Lichty home in Lu Verne. Duano N.al has roturnod to his home in LuVerne after Conwiy Bros. - Pint of Iowa Corp. Id N. MOORE STREET - ALGONA, IOWA MEMBER GHIGAQO BOARD OF TRADE NOVEMBER 10,1967 10 a.*, to 5 PROP IN FOR A FREE GIFT AND SAY "HELLO" TO D, M, Cotway i Lynn J. Olarfc xocutiyo Vjco-Protidont Commoditi.* Manag.r FREE GJFl« — DOOR PRIZES — REFRESHMENTS CNWiy Bret, - Pint of kwi Corp. Ulhir ^^HPWWWP^F^ Offict Managjir •WW WWBw^WBp imm*t»bvrg R*pr*s*nt«tiv* «<t Mafdcoph M Lu, • t ' er Oarol Wotfc, dttrfter o< Mr. and Mr*. Nick Wotfe of Fort Dodge, tentMSrly' ol •- -* « . .•.- >'.. Mrs. Julia P*tg«nd. h.i turned home after being m im CJMy patient fot several ' '• ' Harold Ri.t- were weekend jjj the home of their uhter and husband. Mr Myrtle Eggeiteton. On they Were dinner the home of their Mr. and Mrs. ilmor Kukly attended a family: reunion at the Town Hall in Stanhope Sunday, October 29. Hie ever.l was held in honor of a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newbw ry of Albuquerque, New Mexico. . Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Ludwig and family of Waterloo were weekend guests in the parental William Ludwig home at Algona and maternal Rob- , Missouri, the daston being ihe bdrtlhday of Mr. Easrterhaus. Also attending were Peter's father And mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold »«terhauj» of Salisbury, M|ss- ouri- While in Maryville, Mr. and Mra. Ristau visited with Mrs. Jim Hatch, the former Julie ftutetick. Boulah and Doris Egg*|. ston of West Des Moines were weekend guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. TMi FLAG IS FLYIN0 IN MfMORY OP . '. . Pvl. Lorin H. Larson World War 1A2 £ Army A Navy EMTUWN \,: H OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday .Saturday 9 — 12 A.M. . . Sunday 1—5 P.M. We're celebrating our fifth annual OPEN HOUSE Continues All This Week! Open every day 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. •xccpt Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. featuring a complete display of Admiral color televisions* for the finest in home entertainment. SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON COLOR TV SETS DURING OUR OPEN HOUSE I COLOR PRICES START AT $249.00 W/T. M^4M*i|ii|ii|i*iW^ REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES: FREE 13" PORTABLE TELEVISION FREE TELEVISION ANTENNA I TWO (2) FREE PORTABLE TRANSISTOR RADIOS (Reg. $29 .95) Free Refreshments! Bring the family in for free coffee and cookies. Stop in and look over our large selection of new color televisions - many models and sizes. Three and eight year warranty of color picture tubes now available at a slight extra coit ! ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 616 Diagonal Algona, Iowa

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