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(la.) Upper DM Mointt thurcday, May 5, 1966 ^^^^^^^^^l^^glj^^^jj^^^l^^^j^^^^i^^^ail^^jg^^jil^^^m Bl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ FROM THE ATTIC... ...TO THE VAULT (Your Hobby - And Your Neighbor'*) By Dick Palmer DeGeeter-Torkelson Wed at Bancroft Coin collectors would get a chuckle or so out of an auction list that appeared in Linn's Stamp Weekly. This particular dealer usually has a section on coins and currency and he usually lists a minimum bid. I can't believe that he is so completely unaware of actual market values. Many Linn readers, however, may be and hence are willing to take his word for it. A minimum bid certainly should represent a level significantly below normal retail or why both with an auction at all. I might also add that his description leaves much to be desired. For example, we have a 1964 Canadian dollar described as "circulated mint condition, very fine." The starting level is $5, which is twice as much as the usual retail for a gem specimen. The complete un- circulated 1965 set of dollars with all five types has the modest start of $70 which is better than twice most lists. Sometimes a stamp auction is a good place to get coins but certainly not here. - o Coin World also had a notice of bankruptcy proceedings for Ottawa Coins Ltd. of Canada. This firm was one of the big advertisers with full page ads and lots of tips on certain investment material. In fact, they consented to help you turn your funds into sure profits. Well, they seem to have some $40,000 in assets to satisfy some $200,000 in claims. Looks like they bought high and then suddenly there was no place to sell. - o World Coins had an interesting BRADY Field Cultivators} with true 6" or 9" shank spacing MODELS FOR EFFECTIVE WEED CONTROL AND SUPERIOR SEEDBED PREPARATION Pick any one of 3 Brady Field Cultivators to fit your own farming needs—and then watch this rugged brute go to work! You get exact 6" or 9" shank spacings, to accommodate all size spikes and shovels. Each model is expandable—in sizes from HVz' up to 33V2'. Hydraulically adjusted depth control for smooth, uniform seedbed preparation—for deep, effective weed control—and, for pasture renovating and summer fallowing. Here's a rugged field workhorse that promises to cut cultivation and tillage time in half. Come In And Ask For a Free Demonstration On Your Farm BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALOONA If you have Pioneer Hybrid Seed Corn on order it is ready and waiting for you at the address shown below. / also have extra seed in many hydrids end kernel sixes, See me soon. Htnry Schroeder — Lone Rock Walter Voydt - WhiHemore R. I, Mawdsley - Algeria Aaron Steuity - Algona Tid Heovtr, $r. ~ Algona Jiggt Kollaich ~ Bode Everett Ackenon *- Wtfky »Re$liter«d Trademtrkt cf pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. BANCROFT -Rita Katherine DeGeeter and Larry E. Torkelson were married in an 11 a.m. ceremony April 23 at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft. The Rev. Msgr Joseph H. Schultes was officiating minister for the double ring nuptials. Two hundred guests attended the reception la the church hall following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Screal DeGeeter of Bancroft. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Torkelson of Sioux Falls, S. D. Susan DeGeeter of Des Molnes, Iowa was her sister's maid of honor and Deede Gerloff of Sioux Falls was bridesmaid. Jamt'S Varid»r Woude and Delmer Kool, both of Rock Rapids, Iowa, were best man and groomsman respectively. The newlyweds are taking a wedding trip to the Southern states 3nd then will be at home in Sioux Falls where both are employed. The bride, a graduate of St. Joseph's Sthool of Nursing in Sioux City, Iowa, Is employed at the Veterans Hospital. The groom Is employed In the engineering department of the South Dakota Department of Highways. James,' Little Rock, to. "The Golden Age," read by Lucille Seegebarth. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard announced the program. Dawn Schultz registered the guests. Miss Barbara Thompson, Minneapolis took care of gifts and cards. M rs. Roscoe Schultz, Milwaukee, and Mrs. A. A. Krueger cut and served the anniversary cake. Mrs. John Schimetz, Milwaukee poured. The JoElla Circle was in charge of serving. summary of the world coin market. The United States is the major market and what we do here is a highly important factor in the over-all price picture. Other areas of strength are Canada, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. These lands, of course, generate considerable demand for their own coinage and that of the Empire. However, the roll and bag business is primarily ours and so are the risks. We are also the main market for the recent over-priced proofs. In my last column, I noted the young man who was trying to sell the French special mint set at the original Issue price. An ad from the Eastern dealer is now offering them In quantity at a fraction below the original price. Likely they will go yet lower until they are absorbed at the level of the regular coins. - o One of the dealers at Storm Lake did some coin framing. He made from the various U. S. series, such as Liberty Head nickels, assorted designs in small frames for desk or wall. It was something different and provides an interesting use for those extra duplicates that seem to accumulate. - o I could not pin down any particular demand trend at Storm Lake. Some dealers were seeking certain half dollar dates in the Franklin series and it seemed to me that there was more than usual interest in foreign minor coins. My neighbor sold quite a few. plastic mounting bpards for both half and silver dollars and he did quite a brisk business in the Donlon catalog for small bills. Certainly many more are now watching this series and it is but a short step from watching to collecting. Forest City will likely provide a better indication of collector interest. - o At the time this column was written, it appears certain that the Kossuth Coin Club will sponsor a one-day show at the K of C hall Sunday, June 26. 1 will be writing more of this later, but there will be an auction, an ex hibit by club members with one guest exhibitor, and the bourse will be invitational in nature representing some of the favorite dealers of the members. These dealers will be guests of the club and will not be charged for their tables. An admittance donation will entitle the donor to a chance on a $10 gold piece and there will be other door prizes as well, so mark this date. And here is a good chance for you non-collectors to come and find out what the hobby is all about. - o The new dog stamp is a happy one although the animal obviously is the "jump on you with muddy feet' type. The Indiana is one of the better state commemoratives primarily because of its attractive coloring. Late in May, an 11 cent post card will be issued for overseas air mail. It will have a "visit America" theme and will have several pictures of famous points of natural beauty plus an urban view. It will certainly be different but I doubt that it will be greatly used since the air letter sheet is also 11 cents and there is much more writing room there. Recently I obtained several world specimens of air sheets - a growing phase of philatelic interest. Accredited Again Algona high school has again received approval for continued membership in the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary schools for the coming year, the local school having been a member continously since 1906. Membership is based upon proof of meeting the required standards such as curriculum, teaching staff, equipment, library, building facilities, etc. which are evaluated annually by reports required of all member schools. Trudy Alt Of Burt To Wed In August WESLEY By Mr*. Viola Studer TRUDY ALT Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt of Burt announce the engagement of their daughter, Trudy Ann, to Richard Dugan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan, Davenport. Miss Alt is a freshman elementary education major at Northwest Missouri State College, affiliated with Alpha Sigma Alpha. Mr. Dugan is a senior at North west Missouri State College and is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon. An August wedding is being planned. • ,. • i. ' ,.-! Injuries Hit 2 Youths, Lone Rock, In Week LONE ROCK - Rodney Jensen received a bad eye injury last week while helping his father making fence. They were stretching wire when something slipped, causing the wire to snap and hit and scratching his left eyeball. Robert Flaig, son of Mary Flaig, Algona, was injured last week while coming home from work at Boone last week. He was hospitalized and had 42 stitches in his face and head. Mrs. Hulda Schultz, Mrs. Rodney Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schultz, DeSmet, S. D. spent Saturday and Sunday here to attend the golden anniversary of the Frederick Schultz' Mr. and Mrs. Al Jansenandson Charles, Centralia, 111., were here for the golden anniversary of her aunt and uncle, the Frederick Schultzs. They also called on the Wm. Faulsticks atWhltte- more. Many from here were hostess for a shower for Eugene Flaig at the Catholic church in Bancroft Sunday, May 1, who is to be married May 14 to Mary Lee Renger. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club met April 13 at the home of Linda Doocy. The business meeting consisted of planning the mother's tea and naming goals for the fair. Talks were given by JoAnn Binzen on "Bonded Fabrics' and by Linda Doocy on "Skin Care," A demonstration was given by Pam Thompson on "Making a Collar" and "Putting in a Hem" by Pat Lynch, About 225 guests helped Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz celebrate their golden anniversary Sunday afternoon May 1st in the church parlors at the Presbyterian church. There was a program at 2:30 which consisted of the following members : meditations by Rev. Albert C. Bullock, precious memories was sung by a quartet consisting of Mr. LeRoy Bras, Rev. Albert Bullock, Michael Lee and Gary Rath, anniversary wishes by Dawn Schultz, Hold Thou My Hand by Rev. Marvin Schultz and his son Mrs. Jo Meurer, local chairman of the cancer drive reported that $183.75 was realized in the recent drive. The Crusade door- knockers were the Mesdames Elmer Doughan, J. P. Hauptman, Otto Henderson, L. T. Root, A. J. Seller, Justine Becker, Emma Olson, L. H. Klein, Al Lickteig, Lou Lickteig, H. H. Raney and N. F. Weber. Mrs. LeRoy Ricke entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday, for medical treatment. Bill Ricke, who is employed In New York City, spent several days recently in his parental LeRoy Ricke home. The Exchange State Bank ladles bowling team and the Bill's Standard bowling team attended a bowler's banquet at Clear Lake Thursday evening. Bowlers are Irene Hanlg, Joyce Becker, Elsie Kunkel, DonnelleVestrum, Laura Klein, Patty Doughan, Erma Kunz, Margaret Root, Sara Raney, Bernie Hamilton and Mary Mullin. Lawrence Koppen was brought home April 26 from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had been three weeks following a fall at home where he suffered a broken hip. Harold Price entered the Britt hospital April 26 for medical . care. . Summer Bible school will be held in the Methodist church June 6-10. Instructors are to be Vicki Detmering, Maureen Harr, Joan Price, Corrlne Gabrielson, Beverly Ostercamp and Marilyn Weiland, assisted by high school girls. A number of Wesleyans attended the last of the community concerts at Algona Tuesday. TIRE SALE llbirol trodi-ln...tirm$ BEHR'S STANDARD. r • i i 400 E. STATE Here.... people speak louder than money! That's the way it should be here, because this is the annual meeting of a cooperative. Every patron of the cooperative can and should be present. Each shareholder who attends has just one vote . . . whether he • owns a single share or many. Everyone has an equal voice in the affairs of the business. But a voice they all have . . . and they make use of the privilege. Everybody has a chance to be heard. Any changes in business policy are made at the meeting ... any problems of management are openly discussed. There's a point to think about. A cooperative business is directly accountable to the people it serves. Because it is ... it is more sensitive to the people's needs . . . serves them and the community better. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Swea City Gerald Williamson, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR — E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Larry Twedt, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R. L. Matheson, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard R«illy, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R. W. Jurgens, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. AS THE FAMILY GROWS, SO GROWS THE HOME A HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN TAKES CARE OF THE COST! If you're like the happy, growing family above, you're in the equally happy $Si li £ n °!l, bemg a !H e \° go ahead with your ^nderful home improvement plans, Whether it s an added room, new kitchen, whatever — the cash to pay for it is waiting for you here. Our low-cost Home Improvement Loan makes it easy Make your home beautiful for spring .. ,now, Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. *"\/"\/"\ Tl * j-ti-r* f-+rr\ . FM>~* _ . _ ^^^ 220 3AST STATE AUQONA, IOWA PHONE

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