Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1966 · Page 6
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(lewd) ADVANCE MONDAY; AUG. », BY THOMAS I. d-HAnA Chttrmln, Beard of Tru«t««» Nation*! Allocution of Inviatmcni Clubt 0, My husband, who is 43, earns from $10,000 to $12,000 a year, leaves money management up to me. We have' three sons HIGH HEAT BILLS? •«» HIGH 'V\ REPAIR .•'*&* BILLS? we CAN SAVE YOU MONEY U your old tired furnace fa running up big fuel bills and requiring constant attention, you can save money by installing a Green Colonial furnace aowl nl A T I N G TWO BIG ADVANTAGES You get real comfort with Green Colonial heating. Every factory engineered installation is carefully regulated to insure perfect comfort in every room. And, because Green Colonial furnaces are better designed •nd more heavily constructed you'll enjoy lower fuel bills, longer life and trouble - free service. Free estimate- No obligation Up to 5 years to pay R. J. FUNK Plumbing ft Healing H E ATIN G GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING and I have invested In various Ways for each of them to pay their way through college. Their funds amount to about $20,400. In addition, my husband and I have $5,000 in a mutual fund, > in an investment club, $3,000 in savings, various shares worth more than $3,000 at the present market and a three unit apart ment building fully paid for. Do you think we dare to take a three week European trip when our third son is a college freshman in 1967? What do you think is a fair amount to assist the three ions after we see them through their first four years of college? A. Very frankly, you have done so well that I wonder if I shouldn't be coming to you for advice! I think you might set out to build the savings account up by about $2,000 more and then, as your expenses for the education of your sons and other obligations ' decrease', use the funds you have been setting aside for them to build up a holding of stocks that could provide the basis for your eventual retirement income. When you have seen your boys through their first four years ol college, I think they should meet vt least half of their expenses for further schooling through scholarships or through money they aarn, themselves. Once they are through school, I think they would be batter of] if you left them on their own fi nanciiially. Now, about that European trip: by all means take it. I'm very much opposed to anyone's becoming so concerned with building an estate, saving every penny, that he can't enjoy living as he goes along. Go ahead ant use some of your money to tra vel. Any stocks you might have bought can wait until after you have saved up the money on your return. You owe it to your selves to live a little now. Q. I am a widow of 55. I plan to go to work soon at a job that I expect will take care of my living expenses for the next fivi years. I have 55 shares each in three different companies am also have 253 shares in a mutu ORDER FUEL OIL NOW "FILL IIP4BIFORE THE FALL RUSH! You get the finest quality fuel oil for less money at Viking. Avoid the fall rush for fuel and call in your order now — while summer rates are still in effect! COUNT ON FUEL OIL • DEPENDABLE • ECONOMICAL • CLEAN Bulk Wagon Delivery To Any Point In Town or Country. ORDER FUEL NOW! VIKING OIL CO. PHONE 296-3749 ROY STOFFEL, Owner JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA Whittemore youth married JUDY ANN CAIRNS, daughter of the Logan Cairns, Arapahoe, Wyo., and Craig Schmeling, son of Mrs. Marie Schmeling, Whittemore, were married May 21 at El Centre, Calif. He is a graduate of Algona high school and the x-ray school of St. Luke's hospital in Denver. He is now in the navy. They are living at El Centre, Calif. al fund. Should I invest approximately $4,000 more in this fund? Its representative said that, once I have $10,000 invested with them, I will be able to draw $50 a month and still have my original $10,000 grow to $18,000 in 10 years. What is your opinion? A. The mutual fund you mention has a good record. But before you buy, I want to tell you about a latter I received just the other day from a man who purchased the $10,000 plan you are talking about. This man received two moM'hly $50 payments and then to his dismay discovered that part of each payment bad come from his $10,000 capital. He ordered the fund to stop sending him payments for a couple of years, in the hope that by that time his shares would be earning enough income to cover the installments without depleting his original investment. I tell you this just to make clear that there can be a big. difference between a salesman's pitch and what actually happens. Your salesman is not about to guarantee in writing that, you will get $50 a month and still have $18,000 in capital after 10 years. What he described to you is something that may happen; it certainly has happened in the past. But you should understand that what your salesman gave you was a prospective goal and not a guaranteed one. Have you a question about your own or your club's investment program? Mr. O'Hara will be glad to answer it. Write to T. E. O'Hara, National Association of Investment Clubs, Department S, Box 1956, Detroit, Michigan 48231, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envoi- ope. Attend investure of Gloria Faber Richter named as Bancroft school secretary Bancroft — The school board election for the Bancroft Independent school will be held on "Vbnfey, Sept. 12 and nomiination Tapers may be obtained from the secretary's office now. At the same time, it was announced that Edward J. Richter has b2en hired as board secretary, replacing A, C. Accurso, who resigned. Two directors will be elected for a term of 3 years each on the board, succeeding Dr. R. E. Weber and H. J. McNertney. A treasurer will also be elected to succeed Ralph Cayler for a two- year term. Dr. Weber has been a member of the present board for the past 3t years-and-is~not seeking re-election. at Coiwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Miss Ellen Mitchell returned to Des Moines after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Widen and family moved Thursday to their new home in Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown and family, w'ho purchased the Widen home, have moved in. Neighbor ladies honored Mrs. Mrs. Florence Faber and daughter Cynthia, Burt and Dorothy Rolling, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunkel, Livermore and Mr. and Mrs, Don Loew, Hayfield, Minn, attended ceremonies of the investure of Gloria Faber into the Order of St. Francis of the Holy Family at Dubuque, Aug. 10. Sister Mary La Salette, an aunt and Sister Mary Bede, were Gloria's personal attendants. She received the name Sister Mary Eric. Attending the afternoon reception were: Kristin McGuire, Janice Schrandt, Mary Beth Welp, Linda Accurso and Arlene Heldorfer, Bancroft; the Ernest Schallers and Vince, O'Fallon, Mo.; the Alfred Millers, Lu- Verne, the Maurice Besches, Whittemore; Eileen Harms, West Bend and Dorothy Patric, Long Island, N. Y. Other sisters attending were: Sisters Germaine, Maris Stella, Lena (Virginia Heldorfer) Susanna, Ermelinde, John Baptist (Kathleen Kollasch), Laura Marie (Barbara Kahler) and Macrina Theresa Rolling). FINALIST — Nathan Schultz, 17, son of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur L. Schultz, Red 0_ak, is the Iowa representative this year in the national Jaycee teenage safe driving auto roadeo at Washington, D. C. Finalists, one from each state and the District of Columbia, were picked from some 200,000 teenagers competing this spring. Steve Devine on her birthday Tuesday afternoon. The coffee was held at the home of Mrs. Mac Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and family visited Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover at Burt. .JV^arid^Mrs.' Dajv- ,Yeoman and family and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Kraft and family visited Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tebben. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Puffer and family of Algona were Sunday evening supper guests at the par- ental Phil Puffer home ia honor' 6f the birthdays of Jerry* Joel Jeff and Rock. Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman took John Widen to OwatoMa, MLnn.., on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. tbtitem Petarso.. of Britt were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer. Mrs. Roger Will, Mrs. Mick Will, Mrs. Fred Will and Mary Will attended a shower Saturday at Rlngstsd for Mary Will at the N. J. Nielson. home. Mr. SLhd Mrs. Elwood Geary and Pam ware Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Geary home in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. El> wood Geary and Pam visited Friday evening at the Lee Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner and family enjoyed Sunday dinner at the James Parrel home at Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Oral McCullough of Forest City visited Sunday evening at ths Elwood Geary home. Boyd McCullough remained for a /week at the Lee Williams home. George Gray spent the weekend with his children in Des Moines. ... Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler;.visited Sunday evening at the Leslie Tveit's at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schichtl and son, of Thornton, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler. Brian, Jim and Bruce Mulford, of Slioux City, spent the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Oxley. Joyce, Debbie, David and Kim Oxley of Storm Lake spent last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Harold Oxley. She took them home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer attended the funeral Friday after- ncou of Mrs. Emma Manus at Burt. Mrs. Albert Fish, Bryan and 3rc.lt, and Mrs. Jack Neiwald and Douglas visited Mrs. Skip Fish and Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cscil Bogard of Mankato, Minn., were overnighii. guests Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston took their son and .family, James Livingston, to Perry Sunday night where, they went by train to their home at Oakland, Calif., alter a visit here with his parents and brothers and families. ... ...;< :.., ., ..:,,..., . , Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston bnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livingston and family and Mrs. Ethel Morris visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen and Mrs. Clara Wolfe and Mrs. Ed Ramus of LuVerne visited relatives in Fulton, Mo. Kathy Heil returned to her home at Marshalltown after a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabb are visiting at Minneapolis, Minn., at the Harley Aldrich home and Armond Tabb home, also relatives at Fairbault, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. James Lichliter of Eagle Grove visited on Thurs- Mrs, J. R. Murray in, Ames. Cindy and Jeff Kaulefi of Sagle Grove spertt a few days ,vith their grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Mr. and Mrs. Kermit En,gh and family of Boulder, Cote., s£eftt the weekend With Her mother, Mrs. Viola Brown and other relatives and his parents to Mrt. Gary Albert of Ktemme Visited Friday afternoon with Linda Erdman at the William Erdman home. day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter and family of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. C. Welter in honor of the Robert Welter's anniversary. Sister Kevin and Sister Damiam, of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan o! Wesley visited Friday afternoon at the R. C. Welter home. . Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman spent the wekend at the home of her sister and husband, Mr. STORMOR DOES MORE "YOU CAN CONVERT YOUR PRESENT GRAIN BINS TO DRY-0-MATION" You can install a Stormor Dry-0-Mation system in your present grain bins. Or, you can continue to use these bins for storage and add a Stormor Dry- 0-Mation bin to your set-up. Either way, Dry-0-Mation combines Channelaire perforated steel drying floors, powerful fans and automatically controlled head units with efficient lo'ading and unloading equipment to make a labor-saving trouble-free unit. Lots of capacity, too. A single 36-foot'Stormor Dry-0-Mation bin, used as 3 batch dryer, will handle up to 5,000 bushels a day. Come in. Let's talk it over. KYLE KEITH "REPRESENTING STOCKDALE'S OF IOWA FALLS" Phone 295-3801 Algona, low* t piy-0-MatlM * t»teb Qrynf * New $«Md Tanks * Crib* » CSC STORAGE STRUCTURES OFFERED FOR SALE IMUOT 81.1*6 '+•"•)- .'' • ' The Kessuth ASC County Commit!**, M»ln« it •*«»* for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of th* Unit*** State D*p*rtm*n» of Agrlcultur*, It .eliciting M aled bids on th* following described property. TITONKA BIN SITE: LU VERNE BIN SITE: 4 Great Lakss 4 Great Lakas 4 Columbian 41,032 bu. cap. 38,200 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. LAKOTA BIN SITE: 3 Great Lakes 2 Columbian 11 Butler 7 Martin 1 Butler 41,032 bu. cap, 3,240 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 2,175 bu. cap. 4 Great Lakes 2 Butler 30 Butler 7 Martin 5 Columbian 6 Kilby 20 Steel-Co 41,032 bu. cap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,287 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. BANCROFT BIN SITE: 21 Butler 13 Martin 1 Butler 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. LONE ROOK BIN SITE: SWEA CITY BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakes 23 Butler 5 Martin 38,200 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 24 Steelcraft 18 Ohio Steel 12 Columbian 3,250 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. INSPECTION: The storage structures may be inspected Wednesday August 31, 1966, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. • • • • . ' i BIDS: Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear in the lower left hand corner the notation: "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-9" Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 31, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an Offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must be received net later than 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 31, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered. All grain storage structures purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. • Copies of the terms and conditions of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC. Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511. Curtis P. Haahr t'w^---.k ...a ..,' .;-£: . - , ,u , ... ' ' •• -Office Manager- ... •.. CCC STORAGE STRUCTURES OFFERED FOR SALE SEPTEMBER, 2, 1966 The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on the following described property. WESLEY BIN SITE: WHITTEMORE BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakss 3 BS& B 10 Butler 6 Columbian 5 Kilby 41,032 bu. cap. 3,255 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,287 bu. cap. 2 Great Lakes 38,200 bu. cap. HANNA BIN SITE: LEDYARD BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakes 3 Great Lakes 38,200 bu. cap. 41,032 bu. cap. 2 Great Lakes 3 Butler 1 Butler 8 Martin 8 Columbian 40,110 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. ELMORE BIN SITE: 20 Butler 5 Ohio Steel FENTON BIN SITE: BURT BIN SITE: 1 4 14 1 1 Great Lakes Kilby Butler Butler Columbian 40,110 bu. cap. 3,287 bu. cap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. I Butler 5 Columbian 9 Butler 1 Beatrice 4 Martin 1 Butler 3,276 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. INSPECTION: The storage structures may be inspected Friday, September 2, 1966, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. BIDS: Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear in the lower left hand corner the notation: "00 NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-10." Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 2, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an Offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offer* submitted by mail must be received not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 2, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered. All grain storage structures purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlorn and CCC. Copies of the terms and conditions of the salt may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC. Additional information concerning this sale may b* obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511. Curtis P. Kaahr Office Manager

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