4-Algeno (10.) Upp«r D«j Moinft* Thursday, August 4, 1966 m^jjj^jjj^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^ FROM THE ATTIC... ... TO THE VAULT (Your Hobby - And Your Neighbor's) By Dick Palmer ALL STAR CAST IN "STAGECOACH' NOW PLAYING ALGONA THEATRE A recent ad in Linn's offered Mat was termed the largest holding In the world of the Tipex .and SPA souvenir sheets issued In 1936 and 1937. The Tipex Sheet contained four reproductions of previously-issued stamps for a face value of 12 cents and the SPA sheet reproduced the 10- cent denomination of the U. S. Park series. Certainly one would hope that the holding is the world's largest. The two issues are priced in quantities per 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000, and even 100,000. At the 100,000 rate, the Tipex is 32 1/2? and the SPA is 14?. It is quite apparent, I think, that this has not been a very successful investment. The price on the retail level has been stagnant for some years so nothing has been earned. Indeed, with this reserve plus the sum total of all the lesser holdings, one could question whether either item is really worth the current retail level. Nearly every U. S. collection of any significance has both so the stocks must be worked off on the basis of new collector demand and that will take quite an Increase in collectors. Any significant jump in retail prices will bring out these holdings so it would not appear that much can be expected from these for many years to come. The ad suggests investment opportunity, of course, but this is the type of unrealistic optimism that only a seller would entertain. "Please bail me out" would be a more appropriate title and at those prices a degree of buyer charity would certainly be involved. - o - I was looking over the prices received at the Kossuth Coin Club show auction. These lists are useful in indicating current collector interest. Even though some lots were bought back by the owners, the price indicates i the competitive level from the ! bidders. Near or over retail • was reached on offerings of Fly- 1 ing Eagle cents, one lot of Indians, \ 1955 Franklin halves, U. S. proof sets, 2 1/2 dollar gold, and some of the cheaper silver dollars. A BU Iowa Centennial half brought $18 while an uncirculated but no luster specimen brought $15. Fair prices resulted from the more expensive lots of silver dollars, some of the Canadian material and the large size U. S. paper. The weak areas were the dimes in the better condition, particularly some lovely uncir- culated Mercury specimens. An 1883 AU Liberty without cents brought $13 which was a very good buy and another bargain was the key 1925 Canadian nickel at $18. Specimens in lesser grades are usually priced at over $30 In the bourse. On the average, both buyers and sellers should have been satisfied with the results as the price level was about midway between what a dealer would pay and his retail price. This is fundamentally what you would expect from an auction or there would really be no purpose in having one. - o - At the time of this writing, which is in late June since I will be in school for a time in July, I am awaiting delivery of a set of The Great Books of the Western World. This involves a case and some 54 volumes. My eye has been roaming around the areas of the house that I usually frequent trying to figure out just where they will go. I want them placed for convenient use but my desire for convenience exceeds the available space. So what that is in the room must go and where ? People who casually visit often marvel at the space and storage areas. What they don't realize is that when you have space, you don't throw away. And books seem to keep accumulating whether you give them away or not. Don't envy us our room. There isn't any and I still don't know where to put the Great Books. Gets Insurance Co. Recognition Arnold R. Gerdis, district manager in Algona for the Franklin Life Insurance Co., Springfield, m., was a recent winner in the company's summer sales contest. Gerdis received special recognition from company president, George E. Hatmaker, for his outstanding sales performance. On to;). Slim Pickens. Van Standing, Bing Crosby, Red Hcflin, Alex Cord. Inside, Ann-Margret, Stephanie Powers. Button's, Keenan Wynn, Bob Cummlngs, Michael Connors. ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME Young John Otto, Mapleton, while playing golf at Willow Vale in Mapleton July 4th thought he had lost his ball after teeing off on No. 8 - but instead he had made a hole-in-one! Ex-Bancroft Man Passes In Minnesota BANCROFT -Chris H. Biehn, 83, fattier of Mrs. John Welp of Bancroft, died at St. Peter Community hospital in Si. Peter, Minn., about 12:30 p. in. July 22. Mr. Biehn was a janitor at the Bancroft public school for several years, and made his home with his daughter in Bancroft about 16 years before taking permanent residence in St. Peter. Funeral services were held July 25 at St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Catholic church in St. Peter witli Father Celestine Pistulka officiating. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Delma Schuenemann of Janesville, Minn.; Mrs. Herbert Bartelmehs, St. Peter; and Mrs. Welp, Bancroft; one brother, Peter Biehn, St. Peter, Minn.; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Attending the funeral from this area were Mr. and Mrs. John Welp, Mary Beth and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, Mrs. Chris Welp and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anliker and two sons. _ o- ' - . SHOWER HONOREE Helen Johnson was honored at a bridal shower July 26 in St. John's hall with 90 guest's attending and 42 ladies serving as hostesses. Michelle Johnson, sister of the bride-elect, registered the guests and Carla Johnson, also a sister, poured. PUBLIC SALE at the Chas. H. Clement Residence at 405 South Jones St. in Algona, Iowa. Saturday, Aug. 6, 1966 Sale Starts At 1:00 P.M. FURNITURE Refrigerator-Freezer Combination less than 1 yr. old, (large size); Kitchen Stove Automatic Washer; Studio Couch; 2 Complete Beds; Bed; Roll-Away Bed; 2 Radios A.M. and P.M. Floor Lamps; Coffee Table; Telephone Stand; Samonsite Card Table and Chairs,Dexter Double Tub Washer; Rinse Tubs; Kitchen Cabinet 18" x 15"; 2 Electric Fans 12" and 20"; White Sewing Machine; 2 Diamond Willow Rockers; 4 Steel Lawn Chairs; Bathroom Scale,- Household Scale; Clothes Hampers; Suitcase,- Kitchen Utensils; Hall Tree; TV Trays,Lawnmower; Linens; Dishes,- Stone Crocks,- Garden Tools; Fruit Jars,Wonda High Chair; Baby Bed; and many other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES Lamps; Dishes; Picture Frames; Tables; Chairs,- Chest of Drawers; Trunks; Marble Slabs (various sizes); Several Rockers; and many other good collector items. Terms or Cash or Make Arrangements. Ruth C. Clement Estate OWNER Jean M. Kleve Humboldt, Auctioneer Clair Blossom, Algona, Clerk Cards were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. AlbertDeitering for high score and Mrs. Bob Lynch second high. Door prize was won by Clara Hellman. Miss Johnson will become the bride of James B. Ricke August 6 in St. John's Catholic church. - o - WINS PRIZE Lament Jansen of Bancroft won the sixth flight prize at the Estlierville Invitational Golf Tournament July 24. He was presented with one dozenTitleist golf balls. Others from Bancroft attending included Delbert Ferguson, Mert Farrow, Rickie Mescher, Glenn Walden andNor- bert Thilges. - o - Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy of Bancroft left by plane from Sioux Falls, So. Dak., July 26, for a 10-day vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Underkofler and Butch spent July 23 and 24 in Ottumwa visiting her twin brother, Mr. and Mrs. Myron McCaughey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer, Arlington, Minn., visited at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Behnkendorf and boys from July 22- to 28. A birthday celebration was held at the Behnkendorf home on Tuesday evening, July 26, honoring Mrs. Meyer's 75th birthday and Mr. Meyer's 73rd birthday. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer and family, Estherville, and Steve and Kathy Sining of Lennox, So. Dak. The Bancroft V. F. W. Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. A. C. Accurso on Thursday evening, July 21, with Mrs. Walter Haupert as co-hostess. Cards were played at three tables with Mrs. Walter Deitering winning high prize and Mrs. George Rahe receiving lucky tally prize. Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz and Mrs. John Menke are the committee to furnish for Heritage Home this month. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rudzinski and family of Chicago spent last week visiting at the George Doocy and Francis Doocy homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGrath and Pat were weekend guests at the Ed Goche home in Bancroft. Pat will remain for a longer visit. Janice and Julie Kramer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer, are visiting for two weeks at the home of their aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hatten, Hopkins, Minn. Mrs. Glen Kirchner and girls of Mason City visited July 28 at the George Doocy home in Bancroft. Barbara Welp of Des Moines spent a weekend recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Welp. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Skilling and family, Marion, visited for ten days at the home of her father, E. J. Shillington, Bancroft. Mrs. Pat Ellis and daughters of Northwood have been summer visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dits- wortli. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Glawe recently spent a week vacationing in Wisconsin and Minnesota. While in Wisconsin, they visited Mr. Glawe's mother, Mrs. Sara Glawe, and several brothers and sisters, all of Appleton; also Mrs. Linda Rone, another sister in Mountain, Wise., and in Coon Rapids, Minn., they visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. John Glawe and daughters. Mr. Glawe will teach in the Elk River, Minn, school system this fall. , Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kardos, Titonka, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Glawe, July 26. Several North Kossuth Golf Club ladies attended the Ladies Invitational Tournament at Rollings Hills golf course in Armstrong, July 26. Those attending were Mrs. Donna Dreesman, Mrs. Bonnie Rlke, Mrs. Darlene Jansen, Mrs. Lois Ferguson, Mrs. Carole Welp, Mrs. Phil Doocy, Mrs. Doris Kemna, and Mrs. Alice Kennedy. Mrs. Kemna and Mrs. Ferguson were prize winners. Mr. and Mrs. John Healey and daughters of Omaha, Nebr., spent last week vacationing in Bancroft at the home of her mother, Mrs. Florence Mulligan. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley and Mrs. Flora Bradley took Pat, Jr., 10, to Ft. Dodge July 26 where he left by plane for Cedar Rapids to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradley and family. North Kossuth Golf Ladies Plan Tourney BANCROFT - The North Kossuth Golf Club ladies held a 12:30 luncheon for their regular ladies day July 27. Golf was played in the morning and a business meeting was held following the luncheon. It was decided to host a Ladies Invitational Tournament August 10. Coffee and rolls will be served at 8 a. m. and tee-off time will be 9 a. m. •A dinner will be served at noon with the final nine holes of golf to be played following the meal. It was also decided to try an evening ladies "stag" August 17 instead of the usual morning get-together. Everyone is requested to meet in the clubhouse at 6 p. m. so that names can be drawn for foursomes. The committee, which includes Mesdames Donna Dreesman, Mary Marlow, Hazel Welp and Bernard Meister, will furnish the side dishes and everyone is requested to bring the meat of their choice to be grilled on the barbeque. movie clock JULOJLIULOJUULAJL£ THURSDAY AND FRIDAY "Stagecoach' - 7:00 - 9:11. SATURDAY - "Stagecoach"1:33-7:00-9:11. SUNDAY - "3 On A Couch"1:30- 3:36- 5:42- 7:48-9:54. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"3 On A Couch" - 7:00-9:06. mm BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman j MiwtiiiffliiHiitiwiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiinitiiiniiiwtiiitmtitiimit Rosemary Schwankl, St. Cloud, Minn., visited at the Richard Chipman home from July 21-23. Mrs. Marvin Becker and sons recently spent a week in Minneapolis visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch attended the funeral ofMattKell- ner In St. Joe July 20. July 22, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenzel were host and hostess for the wedding rehearsal dinner of Gilbert Wenzel and RitaHend- rickson. Guests included the wedding party and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman. The dinner was held at Roy's Grill in the party room, Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman entertained the wedding party, friends and relatives of both families. Guests at the home of Mrs. Florence Mulligan July 28 included Mrs. Loren Dean and Jimmy, Cambridge, Mrs. Louis Vogel, Riceville, and Mrs. Mary Guide of Heritage Home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. William Amdor and family of Omaha spent several days at the parental Joe Menke home in Bancroft last week. Other guests included Mrs. Loretta Schlindwein and son, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schlindwein and sons, Kewanee, HI. Mrs. Schlindwein is a sister of Joe Menke, Henry Menke and Mrs. Oda Dudding. On July 26, a family picnic was held at the Bancroft city park with a large crowd attending. Mrs. Don (J. H.) Welp and children spent last week in Fort Madison visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Everingham. Friday, Mr. Welp joined them and they returned to Bancroft Sunday. Messrs, and Mesdames Dick Shoenhair, Dick Welp, Verne Logan, Don (J. H.) Welp, and Joe Welp spent July 19, 20 and 21 in Minneapolis attending a chick convention. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Menke spent last weekend in Minne- ALGOMA SUN. thru WED. Triple-Threat Hero! Three-ln-One Lover! fr »*«, Mary Ann Mobley-Gila Golan Leslie Parrish M>&, James Best apolis where they attended the Twins baseball games. Word was received by Lawrence Bergman of Bancroft, that his son, Larry, who Is In the Navy, left San Diego, Calif. July 9 for Viet Nam where he will be stationed until Christmas. Mrs. Bergman, who was with her husband in San Diego, has returned to Algona and will make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fosnaugh; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kemp of Serona, Wise., visited two days at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. J. Stauder. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kienitz and family spent several days in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn, sightseeing and visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin spent July 17 in Mankato at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abdo and family. Lynn Abdo, 10, returned to Bancroft with them for a visit. Arthur Kockler, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kockler, returned to his home July 21 after a week's stay at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He is recovering nicely from an emergency appendectomy. Mrs. Rosemary Dudding and family and Mrs. John Kemna and Joanne visited in St. Joe July 14 at the home of Matt Zeimet. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Andrilenas and family of Madison Lake, Mont., and Mrs. Gil Cook of Helena, Mont. Mrs. Gene A. Saunders and family of Detroit, Mich., arrived July 15 for a visit at the home of Mrs. Eula Saunders and also visited other friends and relatives during their stay. Mr. and Mrs. Art Welp and family of Bancroft attended the wedding of her niece, Susan Woods in St. Cloud, Minn., July 24. Debbie Welp remained in St. Cloud for a ten day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alyln Woods. Bernard McGuire was released from Holy Family hospital in Estherville July 18. He had been hospitalized three weeks for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGuire of Prior Lake, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire and family, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., spent July 17-18 at the Bernard McGuire home. STARLITE WED. thru SAT. AUGUST 3 - 4 • 5 • 6 THISs A BiiNMAc I » Just push the button and it II GO-GO-GO! '"""'Pi'-....••'••-. ..••••• ••" - *' b FROM AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL m PATHECOLOR I •if STARRING VMCtNT PRICE nuNXK AVALON - PLUS HITS NO. 2 AND 3 - COLUMBIA PICTURES presents DOUBLE THE FUN! DOUBLE THE SONGS! DOUBLE THE ROMANCE! Co-starring DRU DEE-CUFF SS HE "THEFOURPREI$ ^* < * < " Swtenplay by OABRIEUE UPTON .. bud on llx novel by FKKBCK KOHNtt Produced by LEWIS J. 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