The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 7
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^— *m ~^^^- -^i^r- ^^^^-^^—•^B^—^P"^~^^^P-^^^^~ FROM THE ATTIC... ... TO THE VAULT (Your Hobby - And Your Neighbor's) By Dick Palmer DEAN MARTIN IN "THE SILENCERS" STARTS SUNDAY ALGONA THEATRE The auction committee has finished checking over the lots for the June 26 Kossuth County Coin Club show at the KC Hall. In addition to some relatively inexpensive material, the sale will offer some gem 1955 Franklin halves, 1938D Walking Liberty halves, two Iowa and one Illinois commemorative half dollars, two nice $2 1/2 gold pieces, plus some Canadian coins and United States paper money. It is a well diversified offering and, while the committee has done its best even to the extent of not agreeing with the owners in all cases, the .ultimate verdict must come'from the collector; so all the lots will be available for inspection prior to the sale which will begirt at or near 3. Several door -prizes will be offered, with chances selling at 25 cents each or 5 for a dollar. The major pri.ze will be a very nice 1893 $10 gold piece and you need not be present to win the main prize. • It should also be noted that though a number may be drawn for one of the lesser prizes, the number will be returned for the main drawing. Remember, this is an invitational bourse. The dealers are here at the invitation of the club and represent gentlemen that members of the club regard highly for their courtesy and business ethics. Each dealer will.be furnished two tables at no charge. The club hopes to meet its expenses from the modest charge made to the sellers in the auction and, hopefully, the funds from the drawings will exceed the cost of the gold. A $10 gold piece is- priced from $28 to $32. -All other prizes are donations from club members. - o The May 16 National Observer had a very interesting feature. article on the art of Deltiology, postcard collecting. The reference here is to privately produced (for the most part) picture post cards. Sometimes picture cards are issued or those with collections based on a specific exposition, such as the 1892-93 Columbus. - o By now, some cards do bring rather high prices. The layman would have no readily available means of determining which ones. Not all special fair cards are scarce and not all cards from the same fair are necessarily in the same value bracket. Certain limited editions from certain publishing houses would also be much in demand, providing the house has a specialized collector following. The article mentions a New York collector (the hobby seems to be centered in the city in an* organizational sense) who has 50,000 cards from Raphael Tuck, and Son, a famous ' English postcard publisher. The collection is valued at $25,000, an average of 50 cents a card. The .backbone of the hobby, however, in swapping or picking . through lots at 10 to 15 cents a card. Many antique dealers will have a few bundles of. cards. - o - Collections are often formed around themes such as courthouses, trains, cars, aircraft, main streets, .ships, or just old Americana. Comic cards have a following as well. Some seek selected types of cards, such as those made of leather or those having a heavy embossed.design. Of couse, many will collect views, etc., relating to a state.or their local area. It is .quite possible you might have a unique card relating to your community, but this would have no -special significance on a national-level, it belongs in the community anyway. I recently looked over a rather large lot of cards and picked out a comic design type with the slogan "Come on over to Kossuth County Fair." 'The card was mailed from here to Brilt in Sept., 1910, and the cancel reads Dubuque and C.hamb Railroad Post Office. The card was published by Talbot-End Co, of by governments primarilyrfoi«<''- De £Molnes. fTdoufif'that'verf expositions of cine type or an- many of these would be around other. Such are also sought by ^3. th ere j s ^ obsolete railway many stamp and cover collectors post office as well. This single STARLTTE THURSDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY JUNE2-3-4 Httf KflVACS'FABIAN PLUS SECOND BIG LAUGH HIT I ONE OF THE FUN HITS THAT MADt THLM FAMOUS 1 ii DEAN MARTIN mW LEWIS NEVER EVERY THURSDAY FOR ONE BUCK SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY, JUNE 4 COMPANY PRESENTS DHNMAHIIN GERAlOINEPflH A MlRISCH-CLAUPE PRODUCTION RELEASED THRU UNITED ARItSTS The celebrated play ihst shocked Broadway comes boldly alive on the screen! SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY JUNE 5-6-7 JTARLITE FredKohinw pctrfudsn PQI CINEMASCOPE 7-on SECOND FEATURE THE" ASTOUNDING STORY OF AN ASTOUNDING MILITARY PtOT TO TAKE OVIR THESE UNITED STATES I SOU ttIS PROftlCIIOIlS• jQfl MftXTOg..- Carol Haack, Carole Smidt, Brenda Brandt, Dale Bartelt and Linda Budlong. - o - EIGHTH GRADE Eighth grade promotion and award night were held Tuesday evening, May 17, at the school, Supt. George L.Roberts presented promotion certificates to 56 students: Linda Akkerman, Virgina Beed, David Beenken, Joyce Boekelman, Karl Boyken, Martha Boyken, James Carlson, Marvin Carlson, Ladonna Culbertson, Gerald Dreesman, Beth Engelbarts, Sherman Finer. Terry Gatton, Walter Gatton, Jerry Giesking, Patricia Gigler, Dallah Lav!, left, and Dean MarUn nuspect Stella Stevens of murdering secret agent and entertainer Cyd Charlsse In this scene from "The Silencers," new Columbia Pictures release In Columbiacolor with Dean Martin playing Matt Helm. item could be collected for the post mark, the comic design, the relationship to a fair, or as an item of local history. Four collectors, then, might seek the card for four different reasons and, of course, there might be someone. Interested in the publishing company, If I had more time, lam sure there were other local interest items as well. Post cards are also a good source for the flag type of cancel, which is a rather .popular field of specialization. Some of the smaller- comnrinities would be rather elusive. Yes,'that old bundle.of cards in the attic certainly has Interest and at least a nominal value. Ex-Residents To Observe Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schendel, above, will be celebrating their golden wedding anniversary at an Open House in'their home at 221 llth street, Ames, on Sunday, June 5th, from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Schendel were married in the Methodist Parsonage in Algona, in 1916. There were five children born to this union; Mrs. Lyle(Evelyn) Beaver of Warrensburg, Mo., Mrs. Forrest (Berneice) Hanson of Greeley, Colo., Mrs. Annis (Fern) Amundsen of Delaven, Minn., Mr. Melyin Schendel of Story City, la., and Mrs. Vernon (Gladys) Beaver of fraer, la. There are eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Schendel are former residents of Algona. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does Justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Molnes 42 Graduates Get Diplomas At Titonka TITONKA - Baccalaureate services for the senior class were held Sunday evening, May 22, at the school auditorium. Rev. John Janssen gave the invocation and benediction. The sermon- was delivered by Rev. A. F. Gerstmann who spoke on "God's .Vision For Your Life.' .Forty two students received their deplomas at commencement exercises held Monday evening, May 23,' at Titonka school auditorium, Allan Janssen, valedictorian, introduced the speaker, Walter L. Hetzel, superintendent at Ames school. Supt. George L. Roberts presented the class and Harold Gingrich president of the school board) presented diplomas to these students: Roger Akkerman, Dale Bartelt, Ruth Beed, John Boeckholt, Nola Boekelman, Robert Boleneiis, Brenda Brandt, Linda Budlong,-Jane Bufflnton, Brenda Eden, Joyce Giesking, Roger Gigler, Jeanne Gingrich, LeAnn Gingrich, Carol Haack, Therese Hamilton, Roger Harms', Sharon Harms, Maxine Huisinga, Bonita Isebrand, .James Isebrand, Michael Isebrand, Diana Isebrand, Ted Isebrand, -Allan Janssen, Phillip Jaren, Jr., Thomas Kardoes, . Vaughn Krominga, Iris Michaelson, Beverly Miller, Thelma Miller, Arlys Pannkuk, George Pommer/ Darlene Post, Dennis ' Rafdal, Donna. Rafdal, Phyllis Sachau, Douglas Schiitjer, Charlotte Seebeck, Carole Smidt, David Spear, . and Virginia Stecker. Carole Smidt, salutatorian, gave a "Thank you" after diplomas were presented. The senior class poem was read by Phyllis Sachau; Byron Henn presented 9th grade awards; Brenda Brandt read the senior class will; Loren Englund presented 10th grade awards; Donald Sparks presented llth grade awards; Senior class prophecy was read by Charlotte Seebeck; twelfth grade awards were presented by Edward Brandt. Special F. F. A., citizenship, athletics, dramatics and music awards were presented. 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Gary Lud\vig, JeroldMartinek, Donna Mayland, Marcia Michaelson, Timothy Miller, Bill Parcel, Allen Peterson, Joyce Plasier, Marilyn Post, Garvin Rafdal, Arlys Redenius, Gayle Rlcklefs, Merle Ricklefs, David Rurup, Judy Schmidt, and Timothy Schmidt. Vickie Schrader, Dennis Schrader, Roger Spear, Janyce Struthers, Naomi Thomas, Lanny Thacker, and-ThomasTrunkhill. Algona (la.) Upptr D«t t Thursday, j«n« ^ 196$ CENTENARIAN * •, Mrs. Hilda Larson celebrated her 100th birthday, at her home in Anamosa Ma$ch 20. She was. born in Sweden in 1866 and she and her husband*, L. P. Larson- farmed near Anamosa ft Jones County until his death in 1921. Hilda has eight great-great grandchildren. HONORMAN * Seaman Recruit, Robert Snip* ley of Villisca received the Honorman's Plaque at a recent USE Graduation Review at the Great Lakes Naval Station. Being honorman for his recruit company, Shipley received an engraved plaque and certificate. ORG'ANIST • Mrs. R. E. Richards of Moville, church organist for the past 45 years, was honored at a dinner and program held at the Moville Federated Church last month. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 .6-7-8 ALGONA THURS. - FRI. SATURDAY JUNE 2-3-4 the In picture """ of the year! Richard Widmark Sidney Poitier tmi^mma*^^^^* The . Bedford Incident CO-liO'nng . james macarthur martin balsam/wally cox/eric portman SECOND FEATURE Indian GolcLand Blood-Red Fury! COLUMBIA PICTURES .IREASURE i ° f ILVER ...and'that BOND GUY n doinq this the time!.. MAI!HftM.WAIT ASCRE£N!/ COM£ SPY WITH M€! ClNlM»SCOP£ FLAMING ARROW COLOR ' LEX BARKER • HERBERT LOM • GOIZ GEORGE • PIERRE 8RICE ' *MtZ*** B\ Billing! . .1-.-... THE SILENCERS StEllASlEVENS-OMJAHUM .M CHARISSE _ based on II* w«i <n P'rfi.:n) I, MfcSl WtSDUMl • &'Kl«! >>l K»MtO CJlKl AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION Say, what goes up and doesn't come down? Our Chrysler sales! We're already breaking last year's sales records —and those were tops. 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