Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 21
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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•Y THOMAS I. ffHMA etitltmtn. tettd ef Tftitt«*e Mntefttt AMoelMlait of lnv«*tm*nt Ctubi 0. (own 200 chares to Tex- wtiich t have watched climb to around 83 and then fall to 61. I had a hunch, which I did not follow, to nil and then buy back with a profit of $4,400. It thU a good stock to hold and forget about MINI WANTED NOW TO TRAIN AS ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR. Insurance companies desperately need men to investigate the half- million accidents, fires, storm, wind and hail losses that occur daily. ,' You can earn top money in this exciting, fast moving field. Car furnished, expenses paid, no selling, Full or part-time. Previous experience not necessary. Train at home in spare time. Keep present job until ready to switch. Men urgently needed — pick your location. Local and national employment assistance. Write us today, Air Mail, for free details! Absolutely No Obligation. A division of U. T. S., Miami, Florida, established 1945. Insurance Adjusters Schools Dept. W183 Suite 5, 406 West 34th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64111 Name _______________ Age ____ Address __________ _ _________ City ________________ _ ______ State ______ Zip _____ Ph. ______ 6]>UU answer® Fill in-your measurements in the boxes above, then bring this ad to us. We'll match you curve for curve in Gossard's Answer ... the pantie proportioned to fifyou exactly vhere you need it—waist, hips and span! Answer's crisscross control gives perfect smoothness to the tummy area. Side and back panels taper off those extra inches. Made of nylon ami Lycra B Spandex power uet in while, P-S-M-L 914.00 XL-XXL $15.00 Also pull-on girdle §11.00 & $12.00 GOSSARD •'I-Iome of Quality Since 1870" pap«r profit, or would ymi ad* vlM fhif I Mil it whifi it it high and plict tttt protMd* Into i mutual fond, or buy •onto othtr stock? A. We could all be millionaires f we could foresee the high, and low prices of stocks and direct our buying or selling to these points. But in my 30 years of watching the market and those who buy and sell, 1 have obserV' ed that the poor people are those who have attempted to get rich by buying at the low points of stocks and, selling at the high. In practice, as it turns out, they usually do just the opposite. On the other hand, the rich people I. have met have generally, been ihose who bought stocks in good companies and have continued to hold them. Texaco has been one of the fastest-growing oil companies in the world. If you had bought this stock 10 years ago, when its price ranged from 19 to 27, and held it until 1965, when its range was from 65 to 85, you would have received $14.05 in dividends during this period and would have seen your stock more than triple in value. If you had bought and sold at all of the lows and highs during this period, you would have made much more. At the same time, just one or two mistakes in the nimble movements, this would have required, would pos sibly have co'Jt you all your profiits. Q. I .read your column with interest, but I must take exception to your advice to a 46-year-old man to cancel his high-quality $25,000 insurance policy and buy a much less expensive term policy and invest the difference in a growth mutual fund or stock program. This is a beguiling approach but the pitfall is that he must rigidly discipline himself to actually making the .investments, he must tailor his program to small odd amounts, he must make his investment on the dot, reinvest all dividends, interest and all investment as they mature. And he will have lost protection against disability. I cannot understand how you could advise this man to throw away aII'future earnings from his policy and place them in a hypothetical savings program which is not guaranteed. I have no quarrel with mutual funds and Monthly Investment Plans, but think they should augment insurance. A. Thank you for your well- thought-out demurrer to my advice. Guest "ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of the evening >anc3 of the Kossuth County -Band Festival Saturday will be the 'twvrltng exhibition, of Lanl Jo ',and Leisa Gill of Hudson, Iowa. The two girls 'have won many, national titles and trophies and will be making their third appearance at an Algonu Band Festival. They'll perform,, at 'the Allgona football field during the night program at which the 1967 queen will be crowned. Rally day is held by church at Lone Rock Lone Reek—The Presbyterian church held its annual Rally l>ay worship Sunday. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, pastor) Jerry Wibben, Sunday school supt. and Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, were .in charge. Mrs. Ralph Hammer* strom, Cradle*' Roll supt. had charge of enrolling several babies in the cradle roll. Music was by Mary Lee Madison at the organ Ann Fortney and Marilyn Per ATTEND FUNERAL Sunday the Curtis Olsons Lone Rock, attended the funera of Mrs. Olga Holland, Milrov Minn., an aunt of Mr. Olson. Mrs Rolland was buried at Bode. Th Olsons also Sunday afternoon at tended an> open' house at Hard Methodist church for a farewe for the Arnold Wigans family moving to; Iowa City on Oct. 1. Mr. Wigans :will ba receiving treatment at Iowa City hospitals. HEAR MISSIONARY The AQV^Krutegers visited the Justin • Torkelso'hs, Bode, last week. The Torkelsons had guests to hear Ruth Hall, missionary assigned to : Swaziland, Africa. She showed pictur* of her work in Swaziland and'»ner collection of souvenirs 'of various articles made by the African natives. Miss Hall plans to visit her sister, Mrs. Lester Dacken, Elmhurst, 111., before returning to the mission field. weekend visitor with Ms . tits, the A. A. KfuegefS. He WAS peaker for the Rally ttfty at m& *resbytefian diitffcM, • Rachael Hulbert, St/ Barnabas school of nursing, Minneapolis, idsited her" brother, the Jr. burts ovef the weekend. ort her birthday, by her sister, tfrs. Dale Schroeder, were Mrs. Albert Shiaser, Mrs. Lawrence lath, Mrs. Clinton Rath and indy, Mrs. Jr. Hulburt and chil- Hie AndffeW fhdfflieltt Park hospital S(thd*y. son, btothW'ifi-litorCfrf w. , putated. After visiting Mfc . Aw dersofi at her home ift Ute 'PjSj* the Thomseni wefit td E ville for an often houaev niece who had beett married, the Gary anteed income in social security and other accumulated, assets and should be in no danger in striving to increase his return. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1966 SOCIETY However, I am sticking by my guns because I believe tins man would be better off with a term insurance policy and a solid investment program. While I am a strong believer in life insurance, I believe it serves its function host as insurance—net as a savings program. The man who was the subject of the column has reached a stage in lii'e where his family obligations are well taken care 01; moreover, he has demonstrated his ability to invest wisely. A recent University of Chicago study shows that the average stock on the New York Stock Exchange, with appreciation and MARRIED 50 YEARS More than 400 guests were registered at the recaption Sunday at First Presbyterian church, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,Geigel, on their golden anniversary. A number of them had been guests at the couples' wedding 50 years ago in the old Presbyterian church, and the re coption at the, home of her par cnts, the late Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hackman. Hosts were the son Bob and his wife who were here with their three daughters from Kansas City and lall for home Sunday evening, and the daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and their son James Richard, of Fenton. Among out of town guests were cousins from Monroe and Juda, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mitchell, Lena Gedgel, and Mrs. Barbara Keeling, Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mrs. JoTin Voss, Jr., LuVerne; Mr, and Mrs. Donald Dean, Mrs, Dora Dean, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lmd- sides many friends from the Fen- .011 and Algona areas. The Geigels started married life on Fred's farm east o>f Irv- ngton and bought a home in Al- jona upon retirement and have iiosts of friends here. COUPLE MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hauen- :lcin announce the marriage of their daughter, Terralee, to David Parton, son of Mrs. Richard Parton, Hurdland, Mo. They son at the 'piano. Children sang several songs. The family night pot luck supper and program with Rev. Henry Eggink, Buena Vista, will be held at the churclh Oct. 16 at 6:00 p.m. This is a change in.the;date originally set Mrs. . Bud Marldw had as guests several women who had attended school together. Guests were Mrs. Richard Simpson'anc Kim, Wesley, Mrs. Wayne Ekles and Morte, Britt, Mrs. Donald Thompson and children, Iowa City, Mrs. Andrew Harms and children, Burt, Mrs. John Kado and children, Burt, and Mrs. Tom Kissner and children, Al- W. C. Taylor starts Neil Case "660" Combine were married at the Hurdland gona. Baptist church, Sept. 20. I Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, was Frank Becker Farm near Burt, Iowa Last week, W. C. Taylor helped start a new Case "660" Self- Propelled Combine at the Frank Becker farm at Burt and ho is shown at right with Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Frank equipped his new combine with 13' header, hydraulic.reel lift, cab and robot control. We have one new "660" Ready for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. See us for a last minute deal and SAVE MONEY! Taylor Implement Co. .,T "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" ; 5-2467 ALGONA •ye FROM "'•(.••••* if * * ' * t j. j •* - *» ^ FOR^'oVl"' holm, Gaylord, Minn., their son Paul, Jr., and his wife, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Conk- dividend return, has yielded in lin, Jamestown, N. D.; Mr. and excess of 9 percent compounded Mrs. Frank Roscoe, Emmetstourg; annually'since 1900. This is anjMr. and Mrs, Kenneth McChes average performance; an indi- ney, Russell, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. vidual could select stocks rather Earl Peterson, Spirit Lake (Earl badly and still average 4 percent, was best man at the wedding); While a guaranteed return is Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe and a comforting thing to have, the Mrs. F. B. 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