Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1967 · Page 4
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4— A Adviftft DAY, PIC. 1| I ,n0NL> MM IfMMAv in ' *ltt< D* you tow any iutfiH 0. I am about Id take my first plunf* Into Hi* stock market. Sheuld I buy Anwri< STOP winter time •alt damagtl ROBO Wash • Wax 75e Joe's T««aeo, S. Phillips Algona 94-101 can Telephone A now, or should I wait until the price -is towvrt 0. As an •mploy** of Pa* cifle Telephone A T«l«gr*ph Co., I have been buying AT&T stock. I will have 243 shares by August 1M*. Because the price hat dropped so low, I havt no intention of buying mor*. I don't want to soil any Give someone a piece of a satellite this Christmas. -Nil 1 ACCUTHON "42$"- Waterproof*, sweep second hand, .applied roman numerals. Rust alligator strap. 1135.00 HCUTRON CALENDAR "X" 14K (old-filled, waterproof,* sweep second hand, calendar window. Gilt stick markers, silver or gilt dial. Luminous dots and hands. »175.00 SMCEVIEW "N" 14K fold waterproof,' sweep second, hand, clear crystal dial wi< luminous Indicators anfl hands. Rust alligator strap Give someone an Accutron® timepiece. It has the same basic movement as the timing devices aboard the Explorer, Telstar,TIROS, Syncom, and Pegasus satellites. And the Gemini spacecraft. Vibrations of a tiny tuning fork divide each second into 360 equal parts. And keep the Accutron timepiece right to within a minute a month . . . an average of two seconds a day.t No watch on earth is guaranteed more precise. A. Two question* (ft the Mime fMil on ATAT, I'm lumping the anaiwer together because 1 think the first writer should buy and the second Writer should both buy and sell. t can't tell either of these Investors whether AT&T is going to go lower or higher. But you'll have to admit that right now it's a pretty good value. At $61 a share it's dividends are giving you 4.4 per cent on your money. That makes AT&T a buy with a good yield. Besides, it's a basic industry, is depression resistant and has shown a moderate growth rate of 5 to 7 per cent a year for some time. , At its present price it certainly could be in every* body's portfolio. If the price were to go down further I'd advise buying more. The second writer does have a problem, -but he's not solving it by refusing to buy more AT&T simply because the price has dropped. AT&T is an intrinsically good investment, and he, as 'an employee of a subsidiary, gets a 15 per cent discount in buying AT&T stock. Thus he's buying with a built-in 15 ,.| per cent profit. His problem is lack of diversification. I agree with '! him that he needs to get away from his present "all-eggs-in- one-basket" situation. But he I Should keep buying the AT&T , shares to take advantage of !;*he 15 per cent discount, even ; if he sells some of the shares tine now holds. If I were in his situation. I i would find a good company, increasing it's sales at 8 to 12 per cent a year and then I would sen about $2,000 of my 1 AT&T and put it in that company. If 1 found a second company with a similar record, I would repeat the oper- i ation. I would continue to buy , AT&T as it became available i and would continue to hold a | sizeable amount of it. I sug- [ geat he check the Model Port- """iSoiis""" FUNERAL CHAPft The old-fashioned balance wheel principle Is used In all watches; not the Accutron movement. The Accutron tuning fork mikes possible the first guarantee of accuracy ever liven. Ixp«ri«nc«d Embolmtn and Funtral Directors ••» WILTGEN JEWELERS Mrvkr PuritralMay •• .PHONE 29S-3789 ALGONA, IOWA cm. crown »nd crystal ar* intact. | will adjust timekeeping! to this tol.ranc*, if necessary. Guarantee it for one full year] With Cenfidmcaj •ak*ima*t» iMfciWAitil AJBum -*•——• - rffVfWtV rVUIVPI WV*(9rVt RiNOtno MtvioM Mt-1001 M4-1f70 BIG-BEAR DISCOUNT" TOY-SALE!! up fo 30% Discount M UTHMU.V iwnna ion Such M Mattel, Er»l, Carter-TrM Seal*, Tonka, Milton Bradley, Parkar Bro», Structo, Stremb*ckor, Lincoln Logs, end Many Othtrs. OUR SHELVES ARE LOADER WITH TOYS, SO HURRY IN MOW AND SAVE-SAVE-SAVE! WHILE SHOPPING CHECK OUR LOW PRICES ON SUNBEAM ANP HAMILTON BEACH APPLIANCES- A COMPLETE LINE OF NAME BRAND APPLIANCES AT LOW PISCOUNT PRICES. itifieflef fhl__ fof tlii htfnW he ifright wtittd*, I ifi in lartatl imt** a mutual Mvtnfi i>/| •tr etnt; ISO atom •* Wash- iflfttti P«wtr valuW at 400; $2,400 In and a 15,000 annuity. My wife w«nfii M INif IMF' tfttlH) 1ft* CVfffW In IffwirMflfMflTva) Inrnflt do you •uffott? | A. The weakness in your portfolio to that five-aixttH of tt is in fixed-dollar investments that give you no hedge in inflation. And the surest thing I see in our eootnotny is continuing inflation. For that reason 1 reoonv mend that your wife put her income into aharefl of com* panic* at a good rate. Your bank trust officer or broker may help you select the ape- cific companiea. • ; H. L. Simmons, ex-LuVerne, dies in Calif. LuVarna — Graveside rites for Henry L. Simmons Jr., 78, Los Angeles, Calif., former LuVerne resident were held Friday at the LuVerne cemetery with the Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer of the Methodist Church officiating with the Blake Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Simmons died Dec. 1 in Los Angeles hospital after an extended illness. Born in LuVerne, Mr. Simmons received his education in local schools, and married the former Doris Stout of West Bend in 1923. The couple lived in West Bend until 1942 when they moved to Los Angeles. Mr. Simmons, a barber, retired in 1950. Survivors include his wife, and two sisters, Mrs. Edith Johnson, Spencer, and Mrs. Gladys Murray, Englewood, Calif.; also a brother, George, Van Nuys, Calif. Servicemen Thomas J. Zaugg , (QO827) USS ELDORADO (AGC-11) (FHTNC) DM. 1 — Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius E. Zaugg, Algona, participated in "Blue Lotus," the largest U. S. First Fleet Exercise in three years, aboard the amphibious force flagship USS Eldorado. The exercise was held off the coast of Southern California from No- , vember 28 to December 9. It involved 24,000 men in 45 ships, and six air units. * * • . OFF VIET NAM COAST (OO699) USS PERKINS (DD-177) (FHTNC) Nov. 29— Seaman Apprentice Albert L. Fish, Jr., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Fish of Corwith, and the husband of the former Dianne F. Kuhlmann, Algona, is serving aboard the U. S. Seventh Fleet destroyer USS Perkins off the coast of South Vietnam 12 miles south of Plan Thiet. Since arriving "on the line" a month ago the Sin Diego bawd destroy- ef has fifed 4,400 founds of ammunition at viriotii enemy target! ift support ol U, S. ana Allied Combat operations. WINIMOMOTIOW KIIKU, VIITNAM (ANT* NCMJfian A. fUkt, 25, ion of the Glen J. RJkes, AJgona, was promoted to army specialist four Nov. 11 near Pleiku, Vietnam, where he is a personnel specialist in the 102nd Engineer Company. •*- wife, Patricia, lives at 8tt FAREWELL DINNER A farewell dinner was given Sunday at the James Elberts for Dennis Ramus, ion of Mrs. Elbert who is entering service. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dahlhauser of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eller and Mrs. Pete Halsrud. TO ENTERTAIN WORKERS •Mrs. Vic Parsons Who has been in charge of the crafts projects at Good Samaritan 2 is entertaining those who have been doing craft work and the volunteer assistants at dinner Thursday, December 21. The party will be held at the Johnson House. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt were at West Bend Sunday to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Katie Alt, mother of the men and Mrs. Wibben. fcXTEHS SERVICE Step-saving convenience for the whole family .. .what a beautiful way to say ''Merry Christmas"! Choose the spot, choose the color for your handy new telephone-^kitchen, bedroom, base^ ment are popular locations. Easy to order, too. Just call the telephone business office, or ask any telephone employee, North western Bell fesefvatiotis at the Johnson Mouse fof dinner fof mem- t*fi of th* State rarm insuf^ aft« underwriters and th«if ' If: ' "- -——•"-••• ( •M+LOVtlt DINNIM Sctiutti firoft., entertained their employees, husband* and wives at • Christmas dinner Saturday evening at the Johnson House. SiCUHITY ftANK FAUfY The Security Bank officers and personnel with the wives and husbands met at Van's cafe Wednesday night for dinner, COUPLIS CUM The members of the Couples Club of the First Lutheran church met for dinner Sunday evening at Van's cafe. MCA PARTY The DECA club of Algona High School is meeting for dinner Wednesday; December 20 at the Johnson House. PEACE OFFICERS PARTY Algona Peace Officers and their'wives are holding a Christmas dinner Tuesday evening at the Country Club. DRUGGIST MUTUAL The Druggist,Mutual field- men will be hosts at a dinner Wednesday evening, December 13 at the Country Club. WESLEYK AH « The K and H members of Wesley entertained their wives at dinner December 15 at the Country club. PERCIVAL'S ENTERTAIN The Percival Motor Company, wives and husbands will have dinner Saturday evening at Van's cafe. MI-CMUlSTMAS DINNER fh« Weidenhdff Supervisors and spouses had a prg-N Christmas dinner at the John- Son Mouse, NllOHiO«HOOOCLU§ Members of the Neighborhood Club met Friday evening for dinner at the Johnson House. ASC ENTERTAINED ASC members were entertained at a pre-Christmas dinner Wednesday at the Johnson House, WB CREAMERY DINNER Tuesday, December 19 the West Bend Creamery will meet for dinner at the Johnson House. JOLLY NEIGHBORS The Jolly Neighbors club meets Thursday, at the Johnson House for a luncheon. ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING BIG RESULTS FAST! ADVANCE CLAMIPIID BRING SIG R1SULTM, ADS VACUUM CIEANERS \ • t Phoiw \ 295-7198 SALES ft SERVKfc SALESMENS DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorn entertained the district salesmen of this area for Moorman Feeds and their wives at dinner at the Country club Friday evening. The dinner was preceded by cocktails at the Prieskorns. NASBYS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby, managers of the Good Samaritan Homes are having a Christmas party at the Country club 'Friday, December 15. Personnel of both homes and the spouses will be guests. CHRISTMAS PARTY , . i.f A : Christmas party will be held Saturday, December; 16 at the Johnson House and hosts will be managers Joe Pomplum and wife, of the S & L Store. Guests will be the store personnel and their wives. COUNTRY CLUB DINNER The North Central Public Service Gas Company is entertaining the employees at dinner Saturday evening at the Country club. The respective spouses are included. HOSPITAL PARTY Personnel of St. Ann Hospital will meet Tuesday, December 12 for dinner at the Johnson House. This is a Christmas party but there will be no exchange of gifts. LINDSAY DINNER •Manager of the Lindsay soft water service entertained the personnel, husbands and wives at a pre-Christmas dinner Saturday evening at Van's cafe, STATE FARM DINNER Harold Wilshire has made CARPET DRY CLEANING READ'S FURNITURE Call 5-2216 — CHRISTMAS GIVE-AWAY 5-Pc. Dinette Set Register Now At Gambles DRAWING DEC. 20 : * r- CLIP THIS COUPON NAME ADDRESS £ PHONE 295-3411 207 E. STATE! ALGONA, IA.^ *****************************^ Join our now FEEL REALLY HO-HO-HO' NEXT YEAR! 'SAVE 50c to $10 weekly for 50 weeks in our Christmas Club... have up to $500 for jolly, bill-free spending this time next year. Checks mailed in time for early shopping. Join up now! Convenient Passbook Savings Thi* if the) best all-arQund savings pUn for •Vtryfaody - th. b.»t w.y to htvo •vaikblo whtn you nod it . . th. timt. your F HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. AM AffMMIfi Fully IniurtfJ to 119,990 SiVt Itmn The 15tb - Earn From The 1st in? -ALGONA, IQWA PASSBOOK fAVINOf ANP tMONTH INVESTMfNT CSRTI»|CATI4 ftvtop Accguat* lAiurtd up to 119,000 by F «4tral Saving! »nd Lp*n lnwr»nc« Conwr*^

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