The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 19, 1964
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

... TO THE VAULT (Your Hobby - And Your Neighbor^) One of the most frequent questions I answer at shows pertains to dollar bills without the motto In God We Trust on the reverse. I have noted this before, but will repeat, since there Is some confusion on the point. No bills have as yet been reported Without the motto, which were not Intended to be printed that way. Only series' 1935G exists, both With and without the motto. The 1935 series was printed by the so-called wet process and they continued to use the old reverses after the 1957 series was printed with the motto. Later they added (he motto to the 1935's. But this was toward the end of the series, so actually , the Issue witty-the motto is scarcer than the one without. Neither Is particularly scarce, altho most have no doubt been placed in circulation by the banks, so finding an uncirculated specimen would be difficult. Adequate supplies exist, however, in the hands of collectors and dealers. Silver certificates are no longer being printed, but the banks will place in circulation those that they now have in stock. The 1935H Is the only elusive series of the last few years. Many are now collecting the dollar series and some fairly presentable specimens of older Issues can still be found in circulation. The scarcity rating runs as follows: 1928E, 1928C, 1928D, the 1928 red seal U. S. Note, 1935A with the red R for regular paper, 1935A with the red S for specimen paper, 1928,1934, 1935A and 1935A with the yellow seal for the North African invasion. These are the top 7, prices are generally quoted for uncirculated and some dealers will price according to the « 1 PREPARE NOW FOR THE HOLIDAYS with this SENSATIONAL BUY! NUTRI-TONIC HOME PERMANENT , REG. $2.00 ^^ ^& Plus Tax STOCK UP NOW FOR ALL THE FAMILY RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY ALGONA centering of the bill which reminds one of a value (actor In stamps. Many of our early bills were rather poorly cut and this does detract from the attractiveness of the note. Numbering errors appeared In the 1957 and 1657B series. These may receive a catalog listing In the future. If so, the 3747 error on the 19B7B and the 55-54 error on the 1957 would rank price wise after 1B28D. In case you are wondering, the top valued 1928E is priced at from $275 to $300. A leading dealer in Omaha offers $230 for same. Established currency dealers likely would not be interested In anything after 1935D except for the errors. The 1934 Is a good Item, as it was . the only one designed with a blue number one at the left. Collectors of design types need this one Issue. The series designation is changed whenever there Is a change In design or in the holders of the offices of Treasurer of the United States or Secretary of the Treasury. If the design Is changed, they usually change the series number to indicate the year of change. If the office holder changes, then they add a letter to the original series. 1935G then Indicates an uninterrupted design with seven changes in office. The exception to this would be the 1935G with the added motto, -o- A letter from Dave Shumway contains a report from London, of a collection of autographs of every American President which sold to a dealer for $1,540. It wasn't stated whether the signatures were on letters and documents signed while they were actually in the White House. I would think that such.a collection would now be rather difficult to assemble, since so much of this material would be in collector's hands. If signatures ; t while in the White House were : the objective, the main block would be William Henry Harrison, who lived only a month or so after delivering the longest Inaugural speech on record In the rain. He caught pneumonia. For that, the speech ought to be memorable, but apparently it wasn't. I see little alternative In this field other than dealer contacts. A section of Hobbies magazine is devoted to this field. Remember to beware of the old land grants, which are often offered to supply the Presidential hand. Many ; of these were actually signed TO THE HUNDREDS OF CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS WHO PAID US A VISIT DURING OUR BIG ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE LAST WEEKEND - AND TO THE FOLLOWING PRIZE WINNERS: Paul Schweiger, Burt — $125 Space Heater Mn, Anna Courtney, Algona — Caloric Hood John Jennings, Sexton — Caloric Hood Lora Raney, Algona - GAS Candles Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Burt - GAS Candles NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERV. CO U» A NATURAL OAI IIRVICI" "Don't you want me to get a mechanic merit badge?!" by a secretary. Watch for the line headed by the word By. I think that these should be bought only from a recognized autograph dealer. The average antique dealer who handles old documents on the side is of doubtful qualification, -o- A rather peculiar ad appeared in Coin World. A dealer offered to pay $17 for a $2 1/2 Indian head gold piece with a selling price of $22.50. His offer for a $5 Liberty head Is $18, yet he sells for $21. Seems odd to offer less for the more expensive coin. The only explanation I can see is a faster turnover on the $5 piece. The dealer margin on gold is less than on most coins and the market has dropped quite a bit from the gold speculation days a year or so ago. Library Board At LuVerne Has Election The LuVerne Library Board met In the town hall, Oct. 28, and elected officers. The president, Mrs. Paul Blumer, and secretary-treasurer, Miss Emma Krause, were re-elected. Mrs. L. B. Shelton was elected vice president. Mrs. Blumer announced the new book exchange date to be Wednesday, Nov. 11. The Progressive Women's club will assist with unpacking and placing on shelves. Sherman Township Homemakers club -met Oct. 28, with Mrs. Clinton Decker. Mrs. Wayne Warmbler had the lesson. She gave a demonstration on making a rocking chair pin cushion from a tuna fish can. An all-day meeting of the Education Conference of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League was held in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Fort Dodge. Attending from Lu Verne were Mrs. Allen Darby, president of the LuVerne Ladles Aid of the Zlon Ev. Lutheran church, Mrs. John Schnakenberg, Irvington, Mrs. Walter Blerstedt, LuVerne. The noon luncheon was held in the Holiday Inn followed by an afternoon meeting with about 275 ladies present. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman and granddaughter, Vickl Hanselman, daughter of the Vernon Hanselmans, went to Des Molnes and were accompanied home by one of their twin daughters, Laurie, student in nurse's training at Iowa Lutheran hospital, who spent the weekend here. Her twin, Lynn Hanselman, attends Mankato State Teachers College, Mankato, Minn. They are 1964 graduates of the LuVerne High School. Mr. and Mrs. David Huff, visited in Webster City with her sister, Miss Mildred Jansen, sister-in-law, Mrs. Nettie Jansen and son John. Mrs. Albert Hippen has been at the home of her daughter, the Lewellyn Hippen family at Thor for two weeks. Mrs. Hippen is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. SOCIETY AlOONA, IOWA family, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schneider and family, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rapp and family, Gilmore City, -o- C, D. A. MEETING C. D, A. will have their meet- Ing NOV. 12 at St. Cecelia's Hall. Dinner at 6:30, meeting at 8 p.m. Chairladies In charge are Mrs. Helen Leigh and Mrs. Arlene Heller. Program chair- ladles, Mrs, Dorothy King and Mrs. Imogene McAtee, assisted by Mary Clnk, Leona Henry, Louise Murphy, BernadetteReil- ly, Patricia Shaw, Joan Studer, Anna Wagner, Margaret Arend, Marie Payne, Genevleve Hargreaves, Verna Obrecht, Rosalie Clnk, Esther Semon, Barbara Detrlck, Lorena F riders, Barbara Goodman, Alice Dole, Janice Altman and Nell Linnan. -o- AT FLOWER SHOW Ten members of the Algona Garden Club attended the Garden Club Flower Show, Nov. 6 in Memorial Union of lowaState University, Ames. Those attending from here were Mrs. C. R. McQulston, Mrs. Wm. Dau, Mrs. Martin Becker, Mrs. Fred Plumb, Mrs. Jim Baker, Mrs. Perry Byman, Mrs. Walter Boeckholt, Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs. A. J. Reid, Mrs. C. L. Young, Mrs. Edward Arend and Mrs. Jim Hlnton. -o- M & D CLUB Four Corner Mother & Daughter club will be held Nov. 21 Instead of Nov. 12 as previously planned. It will be an all-day meeting starting at 9:30 at Good Hope Methodist church. - o - PARTY PLANNED Union Boys 4-H club met Nov. 5 at the Civic Center. Flans were made for aChristmasparty with a gift exchange, the price of the gifts limited to $1.25. Ignorance - When you don't know something and somebody finds it out. Expert - One who can take a subject you already know and make it sound confusing. Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964 Algona (la.) Upper Des tyolnet-7 f MRS. WHITMER - 101 Mrs. Whltmer of Fremont Is their only resident to reach the ripe age of 101, A granddaughter from California flew there to help in a quiet celebratlonr BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hackbarth had as dinner guests Sunday Sir. andMrs. Lawrence Reinking, Sumner, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hackbarth, the parents. It was given in observance of Kenneth's birthday. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hackbarth, Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. August Hansen of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hendrlckson and Terry, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Butler. -o- FAMILY DINNER A Kramer family gathering was held at the Marvin Kramer home Sunday. Dinner guests Included Mrs. Adam Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer and family, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marso and SHOP TALK: Type90°V-8,O.H.V. Bore: 4.125 in. Stroke: 3.975 in. I Displacement: 425 cubic inches Compression: From 9.0-to-l to 10.50-to-l Horsepower: From 300 to 370 bhp Torque, lb.-ft.: From 430 to 470 PLAIN TALK: Oldsmobile's new Super Rocket V-8 is the biggest, most advanced, smoothest performing engine ever from Olds. And there are four versions in all—including one with 370 h.p. —all available on that breathtaking new Delta 88 shown above! OLOSMOBDILE V The Rocket Action Car! The Rockets are rolling...to your authorized Oldsmobile Quality Dealer's! ORDER YOURS NOW...for earliest delivery! DAU'S GARAGE, 125 S. Dodge, Algona, Iowa -OLDS BRINGS YOU TV AT ITS 8ESTI"McH»U'S HAW AND "WEND* AND Mt"-ABC-TV . CHECK LOCAL LISTING FOR TIME AND STATION- ^ ^ ^^'^^^^^^ -ffetotoM Men's and Ladies' RINGS ONYX - RUBY - PEARL Sale Price Sale Price LADIES PEARL RING $ 6.95 LADIES ONYX $10.95 MAN'S ONYX RING. $14.95 MEN'S RINGS from ._$ 5.00 Men's and Ladies' WATCHBANDS Ail price ranges up to Vz OFF RESTYLE YOUR OLD DIAMOND RINGS IN NEW HIGH STYLE RINGS AT SALE PRICES NOW YOUR DIAMONDS ARE RESET IN OUR STORE oUinnenvare of oUidtinction BY CARL SCHUMANN, BAVARIA, GERMANY The New DINNERWARE SALE FINE BAVARIAN CHINA 53 PC. Service for 8 REGULAR $71.80 FINE NORITAKE CHINA PLACE SETTING SALE 1 -PLACE SETTING $ 5.9 5 8 - 5 PC. PLACE SETTINGS OPEN STOCK AVAILABLE Wiltgen Jewelers Algeria's Leading Jewelers

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free