Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1967 · Page 4
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MONDAY, NOV. 20,1W I in a new inveitef» anal a. werrywart. What I liMi te knew is* wneae ,rSf|NMMibllity It it If my stecfc certificates are lest in the mall? What sheuld I ale if this should happen? Alt*, when I sell, should I sign the certificates and tend them by regular mall of should they be certified? When you buy a stock, it is the responsibility of the broker to see that the certificate is delivered into your ihands. Ordinarily, you will receive wrtti the certificates WAYNE THE BIG BUY IN HOG FEEDS TODAY AN EVEN GREATER BUY Because our full carload of Wayne Hog Feeds shipped in a trainload shipment on November 9th HAS ARRIVED. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BIG SAVINGS NOW! We Are Going To Bt Offering PROTECTED PRICES « receipt which the broker asks you to sign and return, acknowledging that you got the certificate. Onoe the certifltdte i* delivered to you, it il your responsibility to see that naming happens to it. tf you lose ft stock certificate, you probably win have to post a bond with the transfer atfsflt to get a replacement'for the certificate; and the cost of .the bond can be substantial. When you sell the stock, you should either deliver the' certificate in person to your broker and receive a receipt for it, or send it by registered mail with a return receipt requested. You may endorse >the certificate or you may receive an endorsement form from your broker and send it to him as a separate transaction. When you sell, the broker will pay you within four bus- mess (toys after he makes (he sale, providing you have delivered the certificate to him. Q. I hsv« bought s fsw shirts of stock, but hsve never sold sny. How long should it tsk» to msk« the •si* after I call my broker? A. If you have stocks listed on one of the major stock exchanges, it will probably be only a matter of minutes after you contact your broker untl the stocks are sold. As soon as 'his sell order readies the floor of the exchange, the sale will be made. If, however, you own over- the-counter stocks, the broker may have to make several phone calls before he finds another broker who has a customer willing to pay what you 'have told your broker to sell for. This might possibly take longer than an exchange-listed-stock sale, but in most cases it still should be brought about in a matter of hours. Q. What I n«ad is some ad- vie* for th« really small investor. What stock or bond would you advis* at toss than $100, th» maximum I would b* abl* to sp«nd at any given tint*? I hsv* never bean to s broker bscaus* I would not b* able to invest hundreds or thousands of dollars at a tint*. A. It is not necessary for you to invest 'large amounts of money in t order to buy student A Moftiifigaide Col' ,11ft ft Sioux Cttyy - _ Ithe UHtoftn tMHet Aid witt »POTM* a luiWh and bike aate »U*ie town hafl «v Dec 2 from 2 to 1 fMH, , . . »--.^-,Ml ^ a ^ mi ^~ ^g fltA I utJ.. WvVrVI wvfflOTffl VT VllV HVfffff" tfin Udfe* Aid attended the 71* weddifti •MAWftmriafl Saturday for Mr, and MM Knopf held at the Good Sfe* martttn Home in Aa|oni wtore iMr. and Mrs. Knopf jhtjve PBaided for. aome yearM. A beautiful 3-ttersd oUte baked by Dorothy Per0attde wia served with coffee at the evetiti Attending were Mra. John Hanson, Martha Ramus, Martha Blentedt and Ullie , Hesse. Mr. and Mrs. Knopf arc former residents of Lu> Verne. R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 1 Dedfe Alflefta, lews Pho* I • I I Bancroft girl married (Miss Diane Marie Vask^, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vaske, Bancroft, became the bride of Willis Dean Bollinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glair; Bellinger, 'Lone Rock, on Saturday, November 4 at St. John's Catholic Church. The double ring ceremony was performed by Msgr. Zeno Reising at 10:30 a.m. Sister Mary Clara and the girls chorus, furnished the music. Mary Ann Kayser sang Ave Maria, .while the .bride placed a, 'bouquet on the Blessed Virgin •altar. Altar boys were Jerry • Vaske, Jerry Lynch, Allan Kra- '• mer, and Richard Arndorfer. The song leader was Richard Underkofler of Bancroft. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her sister, IMrs. Bill O'Donnell, Lone Rock, > and bridesmaids were Janice and Janet Vaske, Fairmont twin, sisters of the bride. The bride's personal attendant was Miss Marilyn Bollirtger of Grundy Center. iMr. Bill O'Donnell,, Lone Rock, served .the groom as best man and Charles Doyle, Bancroft, and John Mescher, Hurt, were groomsmen. All are friends /of the groom. Ushers were 1965 graduate of St. John's High School, (Bancroft, and La James College of Hairstyling, Mason City. She' has 'been working at Sheaklfcy's Beauty Salon in Algona. The groom is a 1964 graduate of Serrtral High School, Fenton, and has been in the Army for two years, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Pt. Devens,'Mass, and overseas the past 13 months in South Korea. FIRE CALL v The Algona fire department received a call to the Homer Gregory farm Wednesday evening but before the wMstle stopped blowing a call was received reporting a 'fire in a tractor there had already been extinguished. • M e e e e e e •• t • e e e e"e e e e f i Lu Verne Mrs. Mabsl Thompson was a guest in, the home of her son and family, the Lawrence Thompsons of HumboildJt on W* will fllv* with th* purdias* of (3) tons off Wayn* Hog Faads, a nylon fitted Dupont Flborfill Insulated, Jaeka*. A $12.95 valua fra«, plus our regular discounts. Klein's Farm Supply ., , „*.,,,„, .. ,„ .-.-.. ...,,., „ .- , . ., stocks You can buv any •tock','"f' Thomas .- Vas * e < *>r»ther of the Sunday. A' family dinmer was ^BoUiriger,. ALGONA on the New York Stock Exchange by paying as little as $40 every three months. I suggest you talk to a reputable broker about thte. You can also organize an investment dub with a group of Mends or co-workers and with them select any amount of monthly investment you prefer. Most club members .invest $10 or $20 a month. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET RiSULTSI , MTT« YET - LET'S TALK TURKEY AND GAS APPLIANCES Fro* Now Until In. 1,1968 W. Will Giw A ^ *>^ FREE jibride, and Marvin '•^cousin/ of the grooim. ;! '' A dinner-reception for 250 was held in the Bancroft Ballroom, 'following the wedding ceremony. Arliss Dorr, Bancroft and Wanda Marshall,' Algona, had charge of the guest book. •Mrs. Dale Schroeder and Mrs. Leander Vaske poured coffee; JoAnn Vaske and Carol Tietz poured' -the punch. The, cake .was cut and served by Mrs.. Bernard Kisch and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel. Corsages were pinned on by Mrs. Peter Koenck and Mrs. Edward Lickteig. Opening and displaying the gifts were Mrs. James Jones of Austin, Mrs. John Geitzenauer of Clear Lake, and Miss Mary Schiltz, Des Moines. Waitresses were JoAnn Kis- oh, Jean Lynch, Linda Vaske, and Nancy Vaske, all cousins of the bride. After a week's wedding trip to the Ozarks in Missouri, the couple will be ait home in Lone Rock until cthe groom leaves for overseas Army duty in Germany, where he will be stationed for the next twenty-two months. The new Mrs. Bellinger is a held ill honor of the sons son, Larry who is in the Army. Larry, home on leave, wM complete his training in California from where: he will leave lor Viet Nam. Dawn Lindobak, student at the University of Northern Iowa and two of her college friends were weekend guests in the parental Edward Lindebak home. The girls attended Homecoming Saturday evening. Suisnne Dudley, student at Westmar College in Le- Mars was a weekend guest in tine home of her parents, Mr. ,arid Mrs. Clyde Dudley. Elain* Schnakenhtrg, daughter of the Thees Schnakenr bergs and Daryl Trauger, son of the Harold Traugers, both students at Iowa' State University in Ames spent the weekend in their respective homes and attended Homecoming Saturday night. Linda Nelson, daughter off the Raymond Nelsons and •her friend from Hawaii were weekend guests in the home of her parents. Linda is a 10 TO 12 II. WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY MAJOR GAS APPLIANCE STOP IN NOW-UT'S TALK TURKEY AND 6AS APPLIANCES NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. • A. ^*. m. m M. m ^K. • • * m . * - _ _ . . • ^"^ " l *" 1 . ^^ R«fr«thii«f IN* Nation'^ Economy What it the brewing mdujtry wpyth to the American economy? Reckon it in billions. Here are some of our annual outUvi, w round nuroberf: (ffleral, 8tete,locil) ....$1.4 Bi ion AL^CONA IOWA . , Agricultural purchasee (grains, etc.) $215 Million Packaging purchases .-—«.„. (wood, Pfp*r, metal) $550 Mi ion Salaries and wtffi $2.5 Billion ON THf IE FOUR ITENt ALONl-*IO« THAN |4 ilLLION .The ireweries of America Pump Constant Refreshment into the American Economic System, UNITED ITATii IREWERS AIIOCIATION, P.O. S9« l» look at this 68 youngnrK)bb w k)m This new Cutlass S has a way of making things look younger. Even driveways. That's because of all the young ideas we built into it. A bigger 350-cubic-inch V-8, f or instance. (Or, if you prefer, an Action-Line 6.) And a taut coil spring suspension that makes it easy to cut Cjhd turn in tight places. And you can order a whole , carfull of young-it-up accessories like bucket seats, stick-shift or stereo. But if you think Cutlass S is young all over, don't forget that ' * •*' * XI 'I <* "* ''^ .I'l"* • •-*• :!" J 'lV|VY'' r ' .'."i^iV -TV Olds.engineering and the new GM safety features are all standard. See your nearby Oldsmobile Dealer IUM M ItttUINCt DAU'S GARAGE, Algona, Iowa •V I A Time To Remember Who We Are Let us be grateful for our heritage. For a little pride is the wellspring of courage. Let us endure unflinchingly whatever sacrifices we are • called upon to make to defend our free institutions from the night of communism, which is bent on undermining our faith in ourselves. Let us rely not only on the gold in our vaults, but the iron in our blood. And let ui cling like ivy to the faith of our fatheri until, in God's good time, all men are free, Origin*) 9994 infr«vln{ * Q. |f(UMl-Smi(li Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. ^ All Accounts Fully Inure* ft ft 19,009 Save from The 15th «tarn From Tto* III SINCC HI? - ALQQWA, IOWA ON PASiiC&K IAVINOI ANQ 4MONTH INVifTatf NT i ,4

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