The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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Wed Sept. 4, Titonka _MaLora Beal and Wayne Westphal exchanged wedding vows Sunday," Sept 4 at the "Good Hope Lutheran church at Titonka. The formal double ring ceremony "was performed by Rev. A. F. Gerstmann at 7:30 p.m. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beal of Wesley and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Westphal of Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Leonard Leeck presented the traditional nuptial music and* accompanied Mrs. Donald Bud- "The " The Wedding Lord's long, soloist as she sang "0 Perfect Love," Prayer" and Prayer"; Matron of honor was the bride's sister Mrs. Harlan Harms of Titonka. The bridesmaid was a cousin of the groom, Mrs. Lowell Laue of Fairmont, Minn. The flower girl was Lori Lubenow of Armstrong, second cousin of the groom. Ringbearer was Michael Seggerman of Minonk, HI., who carried the rings attached to a white satin pillow. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Darrell Reiman of Fairmont, Minn., cousin of the groom. Groomsman was Lowell .Laue of Fairmont, Minn., cousin of the groom. Ronald" Seggerman of Minonk, HI. and Wayne Lubenow of Armstrong served as ushers. Following the ceremony a reception for relatives and friends was held In the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Laue as the hosts. Guests were registered by Lois Beal and Sandra Westphal. The punch servers were Linda Beal and Sharon Westpahl, and the cake was cut by Mrs. Raymond Seggerman and Mrs. Henry J. Laue, aunts of the bride and groom respectively. Coffee pourers were Mrs. Ronald Seggerman and Mrs. Mearl Baarts. Waitresses were Sheryl Gray, Janet Buffington, Myran Rlke, Peggy Michaelsen and Linda Smidt. Serving as hostesses |n, the kitchen were Rae Krtatz, • Jennie Bode, Vivian Dietrich, Viola Spear, Lillian Honken, Florence Spear and (Lorraine Rike. Sandra Fritz, Virginia Jorgenson and Joan Spee were In charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of the Titonka high school and the Commercial school ol Mankato, Minn., and 14 employed at the Fairmont Railway Motors, Inc. The groom Is a graduate of Ceylon high school of Ceylon, Minn., and is engaged in farming south of Fairmont, Minn. The newlyweds are making their home on the farm. Camper Mfg. Co. Begins Operation At Bancroft BANCROFT - The Murray Grain Storage Building, which is located between the Bancroft Ballroom and Leisure Lanes bowling alley in northeast Bancroft was recently purchased by the Qaulity Mfg. Co., builders of recreational type vehicles. The new company began operations last week and plans to build two types of camper trailers, one an 8 1/2 footer and the other an 11 foot camper, with both types made for mounting on a pickup. The company plans to employ five men in the beginning. Minimum production for the first year should reach as high as 300 units with an order of 25 units to be ready by Dec. 10, 1986, and an average production of 50 a month expected after February of next year. Wayne Buckley of Forest City has been hired as plant foreman, and will move to Bancroft Karen Alt Will Be Nov. Bride Of Dean Willrett Miller Meets MacDonald NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous ^YATT lOOte Whin Old-Wgrld Innkiipini Hvtpitility it ftivivid Everything you ever imagined. F.vcrything you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort ;ii the Nl ; W Hyatt Lodge -- Large Decoiaioi-Designed Luxury Rooms. King-Size Beds. Individually Room- Controlled Year-Around "a* you like it" 'Icmperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest I \' and Radio. Excellent Food, Coffee Shop. Restaurant. Cocktail Lounge. Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling t32 lanes). Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers. Sports'Anructions and Theaters. Minutes to Downtown -- Fasily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. ft, RtHrvitioni, Win. Nnmt H»itt U4|», nim ft« HYATT LOME W2S W»yi»U MM. (Hw. r MinMfMfli. v Pfcww t)2-$44-3C01 ' or CwUtt Y«ut ««l»l M»t*l, «( H»tt HWM H9l*J. ' FREE HYATT Minn. $$426 Acrgit from Wr )•.• Mr Cfliui ei. •Things to D : J JiO Sc>.- <n M-n tlul.' .Ill) I NAME. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Marie, to Dean Richard Willrett, son of Erich Willrett, Algona. Karen is employed at Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. In Algona. Her fiancee is a student at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn. A November 24 wedding is planned. •** 1 i ) j j ] j OLUMN UNITED STATES SENATOR Jack Miller and W. B. (Bins) MacDonald, Republican candidate for Kossuth County Attorney, wished each other good luck in their respective campaigns when Uiey met at the Kossuth county fa^ ^^ ^ It was with regret, yet understanding, that we heard the news from Dick Palmer that he felt he could no longer write his column, "From The Attic to the Vault". His stint of writing covered a number of years and no matter where he may have been, summer or winter vacation, he saw to it that his column was in our office to meet press deadlines. a* However, based on the mail that Dick received with regard to hobbies, we may have enough general interest to have the hobbyists themselves more or less produce a column from time to time. We invite material from anyone with a hobby to send in a .few paragraphs about what they are collecting or doing, and some of their experiences in the process. * * * In the meantime, coin collectors may find this article of Interest. ' *** THE BRONZE two-cent piece of 1864 was the first coin of the United States to cany the motto "In God We Trust." Its presence on the coin resulted* largely from the increased religious sentiment during the Civil War. To a Rev. Watkinson of Rideyville, Pa., goes the credit for the motto "In God We Trust." Other suggestions such as "God and Our Country" were submitted but it was the Rev. Watkinson's motto that became the famous motto that is still used in its present form. . After 1864, it appeared on many U.S. coins but only since 1938, with the issuance, of the Jefferson five cent piece, have all coins minted by the government borne this inscription. James B. Longacre, considered one of the greatest For the reverse, Longacre used the denomination inscribed within a wreath of wheat stalks bound with a band with the wording, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. There are two varieties for the first year of issue, 1864 with the small motto, and 1864 with the lacge motto. The small motto variety is scarce, commanding a much higher premium than the large motto. "THE STEM to the leaf shows plainly on the small motto variety, while no stem shows on the large motto variety. Also, the "d" in God on the large motto variety is narrow as compared with the "d" on the small motto variety. By studying the coin closely, one will notice the letter "t" in Trust touches the ribbon crease on the small variety. On the large motto variety there is a 1-32-inch gap. Current prices paid for the short-lived two-cent pieces are as follows: 1864 small motto $40 good condition, $50 very good condition, $67 fine condition; $115 extra fine condition and $300 in un- circulated condition. 1M4 LARGE motto $2.25 good condition, $3 very good condition, $4.25 fine condition, $10.50 extra fine condition $25 uncirculated condition and $200 proof condition. Two-cent pieces from 1865 through 1872 range in price from $2.25 in good condition to $125 in uncir- culated condition. In 1873 only proofs were struck. Some were struck with a closed 3, and some with an open 3. Prices for these are $775 in proof condition. According to the "Red Book," select uncirculated and proof coins command higher prices. Although t h e official date for the first issue of one-dollar notes with the motto IN GOD WE TRUST was on the Series 1957 silver certificates, released in October 1957, one may wonder why some one-dollar silver certificates Series 1935G also carry the motto. THE REASON is that since the demand for one- dollar bills could not be met on the new high-speed rotary intaglio presses, the U.S. 2-CENT PIECE ISSUED IN 1864 The coin waf discontinued after 10 years ||C U STATE engravers in mint history, designed the two-cent pieces of 1864. Longacre used for the central design on the obverse a shield with the inscription IN GOD WE TRUST. THIS DEVICE is very similar to the nickel five- cent piece introduced in 1866, Around the shield are two arrows flanked by__s -series of laurels. FOR A TWO-CENT piece to rate "good," the IN GOD WE TRUST must be visible. The suggestion to include IN GOD WE TRUST on our paper money was presented to Treasury Secretary George W. Humphrey in November 1953 by Matt H. Rothert of Camden, Ark. Bureau of Engraving and Printing continued to print Series 1935 on flatbed presses, 18 to the sheet, and added the motto to these plates of the 1935G Series in September 1961, Therefore large quantities of the Series 1935G were printed with and without the motto. Series 1935H and on through Series 1957, 1957A and 1957B all carry the new motto IN GOD WE TRUST on the reverse of the notes. Series 1957A and Series 1957B one-dollar silver cer- tificaies and the new Series 1963 Federal Reserve notes are the only ones printed to date on the new rotary presses in sheets of 32 subjects. 80 At Lone Rock Reception For Retired Pair LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz of Lone Rock were honored on Sunday September 25, with an open house to commemorate their retirement from buisness. They had the Schultz grocery store in Lone Rock for the past 54 years. The open house was sponsored by the Lone Rock business people and the Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary. Eighty people were registered by Mr. Alfred Krueger, who is a brother of Mrs. Schultz. The Schultzs granddaughter Miss Dawn Schultz of Minneapolis, Minn, sat with them for the afternoon. The tea table wns done in fall colors centered with a beautiful cake baked by Mrs. Russell Kauffman. Mrs. Irene Lynch poured. Mrs. Erich Seegebarth was master of ceremonies for the program. The program began with a poem by Mrs. E. A. Lee entitled "Our Little Town" a male quartet of Mr. LeRoy Bras, Rev. Albert Bullock, Gary Rath, and Mike Lee accompanied by Ann Fortney sang two songs. Mrs. Thursday, October 6, 1966 .Algeria (la.) Upp«r D« Rita Schroeder gave a peom entitled "My get up and go had got up and went". Mrs. Erich Seegebarth gave a reading entitled "Schultz General Store". Susan Blanchard and Mary Lee Madison accompanied by Ann Fortney sang "Our Best To You." The program was concluded with prayer by Rev. Bullock. The Lone Rock business people presented the couple with a small personal gift in memory of the day. GRANDPARENTS Little Kirk Russell, 8-month- old-son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Russell of Lincoln, Nebr., can boast of having eleven grandparents, all lowans. They are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Sievers, Newell, Mrs. Emma Sievers and Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson, 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 loading 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 a batch dryer, v/ill handle up to 5,000 bushels a day. Come in. Let's talk it over. KYLE KEITH - Algona Rtpreunting STOCKDALE'S of Iowa Fall* . Dry-0-Mation • Bitch Dry«r$ • New Speed Tanks • Cribs • Oxygen-Free Storage • Bulk Feed Bins Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Russell, Mr', and Mrs. Richard nuth and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Russell, Sac City. PUT A TO WORK FOR YOU Make nere on by be»innln» now Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th—Earn from the 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA An Savings. Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. ^^ Nutte Hutrena BEEfCAKE 32 Cargill Congratulates CONGRATULATIONS TO: Francis Erpelding & Sons, Bode; D«vi4 S*bin, Algona; Barbara J«rg«nson, Algoni; «nd P*99Y CONGRATULATION^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ p§|| ^^ n ^ .„.„. tt CARGILL, INC 419 SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET ALGONA, IOWA

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