The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 2
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Thortday, Moreh 4, •~^m*r- -~^^r^ -^^f -^^- •• •" ™ ^—^ ^— - — FROM THE ATTIC... ... TO THE VAULT (Yew Hdbby - And Your N»t«hber'») By D!ck Polmtf While there did not appear to be many collectors from any distance, members of the Kossuth Coin Club turned out in good strength for their public auction Feb. 21. 95 lots were ottered, representing most U. S. coin series with a few Canadian Hems. It is always difficult to judge prices since owners could bid back their own material. We may assume that all owners were willing to let their coins go at the retail trend level and 32 lots sold at or above trends. 1 would guess that some 75 to 80 percent of the lots were actually sold. Prices were surprisingly good on individual Lincoln and Indian items in the lower grades. Medium priced coins in the high and uncircu- lated grades generally did well. The Jefferson nickel section showed a marked weakness and I suspect that many of the lots ended up back in the owner's hands. The bid price for a Peace Dollar set, minus four dates with a trend value of $144 was only $50. If the trend has any validity at all, a dealer should welcome purchase at this price. 1 didn't examine the set so there may have been some grading errors but I have always telt that there Just isn't the collector support for this series. A close reading of current advertising will show that many dealers and speculators are try- Ing to get their holdings into collector hands. A gentleman In the West with 50 bags in the bank ($50,000) Is quite eager to pro rata the bank loan they support. The Individual dollar offerings brought about 70% of trends. The single gold coin brought virtual retail. Gold always seems to go well and seldom is bought for less than dealer offerings. Canadian silver dollar prices were strong and minor coins erratic. While some owners were no doubt disappointed In the results, I am sure that many were quite satisfied. It seems to me that several such auctions could be held during the year, but I would suggest the minimum bid device, which would then preclude the owners bidding on their own mat- erial. Everyone would then know the exact situation and every sale would be a true market test. - o - I had a letter from Ida Larson, 105 1/2 So. North Ave., Fairmont, Minn., relating quite an inventory of material in several collecting fields. While she does not intend to hold a public sale, she is considering private disposal of some areas. If you have any special wants In carnival, custard, vasallne, camphor or cut glass, or are inclined toward Haviland, Bavarian or 4 Crown china, you might write to Ida to see what is available. She also mentioned antique miniature lamps, foreign plates going back to 1857, and various items relating to World Fairs. I was Interested in a straight razor from St. Louis with an etching of the USS Missouri on the blade. Yes, there are stamps and coins too, but I judge these will be retained. - o - I understand the newest edition of the Frledburg Paper Currency catalog is available at the public library, so If you are interested in this field, get your name on the circulation list. A very fine world paper currency identification book has been compiled by George Sten of California. The book is particularly useful for Chinese, Russian and van ous Balkln notes. The Paper Money Society is undertaking the important assignment of listing and evaluating the numerous obsolete bank and business notes of the various states prior to our Federal currency in 1863. This undertaking Itself, to say nothing of the end result, will greatly increase the interest in and value of these attractive and interesting Issues. - o - The Algona antique and coin show will be held at the K C hall April 30 and May A.:rlt ,is sponsored by .ladles of St. Thomas Episcopal church. I hope to be able to keep you posted on the dealers that will be our guests. > 36 Complete 4-H Winter Camp Weekend Thirty-seven Kossuth County 4-H Junior leaders attended winter camp for three days at the State 4-H Camping Center near Madrid, Iowa. Balmy weather limited the outdoor activities to hiking, skating, snow-man making and snowball- Ing. They planned and presented their own evening programs of games, square dancing and folk dancing. Chaperones for the weekend camp were Mrs. August Brandt, Swea City; Mrs. Joe Loebach, Jr., Irvington; Galen DeValols and Roger Hiemstra, Algona. 4-H'ers attending camp were Mark Bierstedt, Steve Detrick, Harlan Met&ger, Merlyn Metzger, Jackie Detrick and Kathy Besch, all of Whittemore; Daryl Boehra, Linda Hoeppner, both of Lakota; Rod Scuffham, Lois Printing Well done and fairly priced Office forms and printed pieces of all kinds-cards to catalogs Your patronage appreciated Phone 295*3535 UPPER DES MOINES PUB, CO. Hunt, Linda Dodds, Sheila Frideres, Cindy Long and Bonita Killsholm, Algona; Paul Thoreson, Petrea Thoreson, Luan Brandt, Swea City; Ken Richter, Dave Walker, Judy Cherland, Ann Wilson, Burt; Reuben Skow, Bob Boleneus, Francis Hildman, Mary Jo Becker, Helen aow, Wesley; Brian Johnson, Bancroft; Thomas Lynch, Joyce Berkland, Fenton; Rodney Jensen, Phyllis Cherland, Lone Rock; Ron Struthers, West Bend; Margaret Powers, Elmore, Minn.; Brenda Eden, Titonka; Vivian Thorson, Armstrong; Vlcki McGuire, West Bend and Bonnie Crouch, Fenton. 350 At Annual Meeting, Bode Co-op Elevator About 350 persons were served when the- Farmers' Co-op Elevator of Bode sponsored a dinner for all stockholders and their wives at Twin Rivers Com- minlty high school last week. A business meeting, with presentation of reports and election of directors, followed. Miss Edna Christiansen was given a humidifier for 23 years of service to the company. Prizes were won by Mrs. Dorothy Berte, Mrs. Francis Oppedahl, Mrs. Ruth Gangestad, Cyril Thilges, Mrs. Martin Frideres and Royal Hansen. The present board of directors includes; Harold Reding, presi dent; Harold Berge, Maurice Aasheim, Harry Nelson, Don Aure, Gilbert Nelson, Russell Jensen, Harold Frideres and Maurice Larson. Employees are: Richard Matheson, manager; Arthur Hanson, assistant manager, Gerald Christianson, bookkeeper; Edna Christianson, Bill Woods, Barnett Opheim, John Pederson and Russell Abbas of West Bend. "Win Show HonorT Donald and Charles Lickteig of rural Algona had the reserve championship trucklot Hampshire crossbred hogs at the Minnesota State Spring Barrow Show held recently at Albert Lea. The six hogs averaged 212 pounds. The Llckteigs live nine miles northeast of New Vehicle Sales Zoom To 33, Past Week Sales of new vehicles to residents of Kossuth county zoomed during the past week, with 33 cars and trucks registered at the office of County Treasurer Rose lla Volgt by the following persons: Chevrolet - Arthur or Vivian Dietrich, Titonkaj R. A. Cherland, Lone Rock; All win or Margie Lockwood, Lone Rock; A. H. Dieterlng, Bancroft; Hugh or Marina Walsh, Bancroft; J. G. Tieman, Burt, pickup; E. A. Schneider, Algona, pickup; Jerald Hesvick, Swea City; and Ferdinand or Viola Bierstedt. Ford - R, F. Becker, Lakota; F. H. Froehllch, Algona; H. M. Thompson, Bancroft; J.R.Looft, Bancroft; Eugene Murtagh, Algona; Helen G. Valvick, Ledyard; M. E. Holm, Swea City; andC.R. or Wilma Olson, Ottosen. Pontiac - Rev. W. K. Usher, LuVerne; Gilbert or Mary Benschoter, Algona; St. Ann hospital, Algona; and B.F. or Charlotte Baldwin, Algona. Buick - B. S. Geerdes, Lakota; Schultz Bros., Algona, (2). Olds - W. H. or Pearl Ricklefs, Titonkaj and M. W. Kollasch, Whittemore. Plymouth - R. H. or Shirley Frlcke, LuVerne; H. G. or Sandra Harms, Titonka; and G. E. or Marjorie Moffitt, Algona. Dodge - A. F. Klein, Irvington, pickup. Cadillac - Beulah or Richard Snyder, Swea City. Lincoln - E. W. Dole, Irvington. Carlson-Keeton Nuptials At Wesley On Feb. 27 Press Month Is Featured, Wesley School . WESLEY - The pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school presented a short program Thursday evening in the parish hall, stressing "Press Month." The first and second graders' presented "All Aboard for a Reading Book Trip." Third and fourth grades presented and acted , out "Nursery Rhymes and Fairy Tales," tilth and sixth graders held a "Library Discussion Period on "The Catholic Press." Many new books were on display and many purchased. Many of the purchased books will be donated to the library. A large crowd attended, -o- PRESENT PROGRAM The kindergarten department of the Corwith-Wesley school has 56 pupils enrolled in three classes. Feb. 23 the classes had a program party in the Wesley auditorium with 56 mothers and grandmothers as guests. Th'ere were also 12 pre-school brothers and sisters present. A program opened with a flag drill. They sang the flag song and gave a resume of the class room work for Feb. consisting of observance of Dental Week, Ground Hog day, Valentine day, Lincoln and Washington birthdays. Following the program, lunch was served by the two teachers, Ethel and Anna Flom, assisted by Janice Brockman of Corwith. -o- CDA MEETING CDA met Feb. 23. A nominating committee was named. They are Clara Erdman, Maud Studer, Erma Kunz, Josie Lick- Barbara Jean Keeton of Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Keeton of Reno, Nevada, and Roger Alan Carlson of Wesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Carlson, were united in marriage Feb. 27, in a ceremony at the Wesley Methodist church, with Rev. DeGarmo officiating. Judy Hoca of St. Paul was maid of honor, and David Carlson, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Shirley Carlson, soloist, sang "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer." Jerry Carlson was candle lighter. Ushers were Nile Falk, Des Moines, Kenneth Carlson of Wesley, Robert Hlckey of Mason City, and Alvin Meyer of Wesley. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony in Friendship Hall, Mrs. Kenneth Carlson of Wesley and Miss Evy Floody of Mason City cut the cake, and Mrs. Guy Carlson of Wesley serving coffee. The bridegroom is employed at United Building Center, Algona, where the couple will make their home. He is a graduate of Britt high. The bride is a graduate of LaJames Beauty College in Mason City.(McQuotters, Mason City, foto). teig and Sarah Raney. Election of officers will be held at the May meeting. Press month was observed and many magazines and newspapers were on display. Barbara Lickteig, Maud Studer, Donna Studer and Marilyn Licktelg gave talks. Bridge and 500 were played. Betty Bode and Donna Studer were prize winners. EllaHanig's name was drawn for door prize. Servers at the meeting were Eileen Johnson, Mary Krleps, Sarah Raney, Mary Joyce Haverly, Helen Koppen and Marilyn Grandgenett On the entertainment com*— mittee were Darlene Forburger, Janice Cink, Phyllis Walker,' Rosemary Stott and Mary Jo Studer. -o- AT GRADUATION The Joe Skow, Geo. Seaberg and ivari luusnoim lamllles attended graduation of Louisa Skow from the State University of Iowa at Ames Feb. 27. She received her degree in home economics, but will continue her studies at the University. Louisa and her brother Daniel, who also attends the University, came home Saturday for the quarter break. -o- RAISING FUNDS Women's Missionary Society of the Evangelical Free church gave a program Feb. 21 as part of their project for raising funds for Trinity College in Chicago. Mrs. John Engles read an article written by Mrs. M. E. Paulson, Mrs. Geo. Seaberg led in prayer and scripture reading, Mrs. Arvin Larson told a children's missionary story, Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard spoke on previous church projects, Mrs. Ivan Johnson read three letters from Trinity alumni and Mrs. Edna Wubben, whose daughter Ruth Ann is a student at Trinity, read letters from her and eight other students. The double quartet sang and Ronnie Johnson sang a solo, -o- The Orville Smiths and Clarence Altchesons attended a party Thursday evening in the home of the Cecil Hildebrands of Britt, honoring that couple on their 45th wedding anniversary. The Harlan L°lninger and Harlan Wehrspan families of Whittemore and Richard Thul of Algona were Feb. 21 guests.' of „. the women's mother, Mrs. Mau-S , reen Harr. ' . r - w Joyce Becker and Kay Hilbert spent the Feb. 21 weekend in Minneapolis. Chas. Froehlich, who was 84 Feb. 12, was taken to St. Ann's hospital Feb. 22 folio wing a slight stroke at his farm home. Mrs. John Lickteig was brought home Feb. 21 from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been for medical care. Bill Studer of Algona began Feb. 25 as representative for Investors Diversified Services. He had been employed as district. manager for Sieg Auto Co. for the past 13 years. Bill is the youngest son of Mrs. Viola Studer. Mrs. Emma Sherman, who had spent some time here in the home, of her daughter Mrs. (Rita) LeRoy Ricke and family left Feb. 20 for Minneapolis where she will visit another daughter Mr s.Jerry Benedict and family. Felix Bluml of Columbia, Mo. and Mary Jane Bluml of Minneapolis spent the Feb. 21 weekend with their mother Mrs. Marv Bluml, who has been hospitalized at St. Ann hospital, Algona, since Feb. 18 when she suffered severe head injuries In a fall on ice. Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Ries of Breda visited her Wednesday evening. Will Martinek, Helen Koppen and Ed Otis were door prize winners at Walker Grocery Feb. 20. Sacks of groceries were won by Jdhn Kruger, Ray Kollasch, Imogene Studer, Esther Smith, Wllma Hrubes, Mary Bluml, Bernice Vitzthum, Victor Loebig, Agnes Lickteig, Darlene Forburger, Rose Mary Dornbier and Clarence Schafer. Mrs. Arvin Larson and Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard were hosts to the Womens Missionary Society In the Evangelical Free church Feb. 24. 4-H boys from Prairie and Wesley townships gave a chili supper Feb. 25 in the public school dining hall with their fathers as guests. A film on Artif- .iclal respiration was shown. Yo Yo club met Wednesday evening in the Methodist church, with the Luke Nygaards, Clarence Altchesons and Merle Ras- mussens. They planned an out- of-town dinner party for March 16. Mesdames Orville Smith, Herman Bode and Clarence Aitcheson attended a meeting of their Ever Ready Club Feb. 24 in the James Smith home, Britt. Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Nee Carrie Engen, entered Park hospital, Mason City, for surgery, Feb. 21. Methodist men held a dinner party and meeting Feb. 25 in the church parlors. Circle one of the WJS.C.S. served the dinner. Guest speaker was Clare Tompkins of Friendship Haven in Ft. Dodge. P.C. Haynes was transferred Feb. 20 from the Britt hospital to Mercy hospital, Mason City. His daughter Irene is caring for him. Paul Erdman entered University hospital, Iowa City, Feb. 23 for major surgery. Clarence Golwitzer of Sexton began work as driver of the Robinson grinder truck recently. He will move to Wesley when living quarters can be obtained. Mr. and Mrs. Golwitzer have five children. '2j Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wifigert are parents of a baby girl, Lisa Marie, born Feb. 24 at the Britt hospital. This Is their first child. Mrs. Wlngert is the former Lois Becker, daughter of the Ray Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wingert are the paternal grand. parents. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Benny Studer Feb. 23 at the Britt hospital and she has been named Laurel Jean. Susie Ackerson has had her left arm in a sling the past week as she sustained an injury to her upper arm in a fall on the ice at St. Joseph's parochial school. She is a 6th grader there. She is a daughter of the Everett Ackersons, and luckily is right-handed. The Christian Education Conference was postponed from Feb. 11 in the Evangelical Free church. It will be held March 4 with four churches participating, Clear Lake, Britt, Upper Flat and Wesley. Following the conference, lunch will be served and an hour of fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Loebig were honored at a housewarming Feb. 25 by members of their evening 500 club, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rasmussen of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doughan of Britt and Joe Doughan of Hayfield. 500 was played at five tables. Prize winners were, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Licktelg and Mrs. Herman Bode. Mrs. Justine Becker returned Thursday from Rochester, Minn, where she had been several days with her daughter, Mrs.PatBor- mann of Whittemore, who went through the clinic. THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS SUNDAY'S 12:15 Original Cast and Soundtrack Performances of Hit Musicals HELLO DOLLY - FUNNY GIRL - SOUTH PACIFIC MY FAIR LADY - MUSIC MAN - THE KING & I Plus Many Others ON KLGA RADIO WIRING Conntct*d or Co«-»*t«d I ITT UCTRJC U I I "jraujrr* Mibm 295-2223 Buying Land? Let Us Help! A Land Bank loan kefepi payments low because the term is long and interest it reasonable. 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