Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 26
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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LEGAL NOTICES r \ Men realty gbfor Cinch Cakes Yes! And women love Cinch" Cake Mix, too. It's fully prepared with all the quality ingredients that go into finest cakes. You simply add water, mix and bake. Then get ready for "his" compliments on the most delicious cake you ever made. Bake Cinch Cake today. ADD ONLY WATER tf <A CAKE mix * DELICIOUS] FLAVORS DEVIL'S FUDOi eOlDEN WHITI tnci ITS A CMCH TO MAKT AM WATt|.«u. ^^ NOTICK OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have associated themselves together under and by virtue of Chapter 491 of the 1946 Code of Iowa, and the Acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto, and have adopted Articles of Incorporation, which provide as follows, to wit: 1. The name of this corporation Is Kuhn Hotel Company and Us principal place of business is in the City of Mason City, Iowa. 2. The general nature of the business to be transacted by this corporation Is to carry on the business oC hotel, restaurant and cafe keepers, licensed victualors, manufacturers and importers of mineral and other artificial waters and drinks, motor vehicle proprietors and garage operators, dairy farm operators, ice manufacturers and merchants, importers, processors, warehousemen of food and produce of all descriptions, hair dressers, perfumers, proprietors of clubs, 'baths and dressing rooms, laundries, reading, writing and newspaper rooms, libraries, places of amusement and recreation, tobacco and cigar merchants, agents for railway, buses, airplane and shipping carriers and theatrical nnd opera box office proprietors: to purchase or otherwise acquire, to own, operate, sell, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of such lands and real estate as may be necessary or Incident to the maintenance, development and operation of hotels, restaurants or lodging houses; to purchase or otherwise acquire, to own, sell, pledge, hypothecate, trade in and deal with goods, wares, merchandise and property of every class permitted by law; to acquire by purchase or other means the good will, labor, services, rights and property of all kinds. Including choses In action, accounts and claims of all kinds and franchises of all kinds, and to undertake, assume and own the whole, or any part, of the assets or liabilities of any person or firm and to pay for the same in cash, stock of this corporation, or otherwise, subject only to the laws of the State of Iowa; to purchase or otherwise acquire, to sell or otherwise dispose of, shares of the capital stock, bonds or other evidence of indebtedness created by any other corporation and while the holder thereof to exercise all the rights and privileges of ownership to the same extent a natural person might or could do; to acquire from any State or Territory, or from any County or Municipal authority any concessions, grants, rights, franchises, powers or privileges whatever, which may seem capable of being turned to account and to turn the same to account; to gviarantee the contracts and obligations and payment of interest or dividends ou any shares, debentures or other securities of any corporation when In th« Judgment of the Directors of this corporation such is proper or necessary for the business of this corporation: to enter into, form, and carry out contracts of every sort or kind not prohibited by law; to issue bonds or other obligations of this corporation and to contract indebtedness without limit as to amount for nny of the objects or purposes of this corporation and to secure the same by mortgage, deed of trust, pledge, or lien, on any or all of the real or personal property of the corporation; to consolidate with and to enter into agreements and co-operative relations not in contravention of law with any person or firm in the carrying out of all or any part of the purposes of this corporation; to purchase or otherwise acquire on such terms and in such manner as the By-Laws provide shares of its capital stock and to reissue the same, from time to time, provided the shares so purchased shall not be directly or indirectly voted or entitled to dividends during the period they are held by this corporation. A majority of all stock issued and outstanding having voting rights shall have the power at any regular or special meeting of the Stockholders to authorize the sale, transfer or other disposition of the property and assets o£ the corporation as an entirety or going concern on such terms and conditions as may be determined. A majority of the stock issued and outstanding having voting rights shall have the power at any regular or special meeting of the Stockholders to authorize a partial distribution of the capital assets, providing such distribution shall be in accordance with preferential rishts attaching to the several classes of stock and does not in any manner impair the rights of existing creditors. • 3. The total authorized capital of this corporation is 2,000 shares of which 1,000 shares shall be commor, stock with a par value of $100.00 per share, and 1,000 shares shall be preferred stock of the par value of $100.00 per share. No share of stock, whether common or preferred, shall 'be issued until the corporation has received the full par value thereof either in cash or in property and In the event the consideration Is paid in property an approval of the Executive Council of the State of Iowa must be first obtained. 4 This corporation commenced business on the 12th day of September, 1949, and shall continue thereafter for a period of twenty years unless sooner dissolved as provided by law or by the Articles of Incorporation. 5. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of not less than three nor more than seven Directors and until otherwise fixed by the Stockholders having voting rights the Board shall consist of three members. The officers of this corporation shall be a President, one or more Vice Presidents, a Secretary and a Treasurer and such other officers as the By-Laws shall provide. The Board of Directors shall be elected by the Stockholders having voting rights at the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders to be held on the second Tuesday of September of each year at the General Offices of the Company in the City of Mason City. Iowa, at such time as may he fixed in the By-Laws. Until the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders in the year A. D. 1950 the following named persons shall constitute the Board oi Directors: Ernest Kuhn Marie E. Kuhn Stephen A. Mitchell The officers of the corporation shall be chosen by the Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors, which shall be held immediately after the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders in each year. Until the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors in the year A. D. 1050, the following named persons shall constitute the officers of the corporation: Ernest Kuhn, President Marie E. Kuhn, Vice President and Treasurer Srnest J. Kuhn, Jr., Secretary 6. The private property of the Stockholders of this corporation shall be forever free and exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities. ERNEST KUHN MARIE E. KUHN ERNEST J. KUHN, Jr. SMITH & BECK, Attorneys Additional Jurors Selected at Garner Garner — Ten additional petit jurors were selected Wednesday to complete the panel lor the September term of the Hancock county district court which is in session here. Several jury trials have been scheduled for the term and the original panel selected contained the names of farmers who were excused for the term clue to urgent need in attending to seasonal duties on their farms. Jurors selected Wednesday are: Carrol Josten, Garner; Gladys Wilke, Kanawha; Marie Brager, Garner; Evelyn Grelman, Garner; Marie Brooks, Garner; Pauline Greiman, Garner; William Houdek, Garner; Bertha Brown, Garner; and Alice Baggs, Garner. Takes Position With Eagle Grove Company Ea&le Grove—Kenneth Allbaugh has been named assistant manager of the Eagle Grove office of the Iowa Public Service company. This is a new position created to assist S. S. Bragdon, manager, who has also been named assistant of the Eastern division of the company. Mr. Allbaugh has been with the Iowa Public Service company since 1947 and resides In Waterloo. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allbaugh and will move his family to Eagle Grove in the near future. Property Sold Grove—Dr. V. R. Metheny purchased the R. O, Packman home on South Commercial at public auction for $6,000, Two lots to the rear of the property sold for §187.50 per lot to Albert Kitley. The bodies of mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses, dead thousands of years, have been found in Siberia, in good enough condition to be edible. SUioa City QUV«-Oti«U»,MMM City,U. Oct IS, 1949 town or country . . working or shopping day-long dresses XOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7215. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of George R. Weigand, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said estate ore requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office o£ tho Clerk of the District Court. MINNIE WORLEY B. R. DUNN, Attorney Dated October 11, JSJ49 S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Eagle Grove Manager of Power Firm Named to Division Position Eagle Grove — S. S. Bragdon, manager of the Eagle Grove office of the Iowa Public Service company for 24 years, has been promoted to assistant to the manager of the east division of that company as of Oct. 1. Bragdon will continue to live in Eagle Grove serving as manager of the Eagle Grove division which will include Sheffield, Hampton, Clarion, Goldfield and other towns in the Eagle Grove area. MILLIONS OF CAKES WITH NO MISTAKES a special purchase .. . ZIP-OUT the infinitely wearable $ 48 by cromwell . . . korell cloirc tiffany COAT You get a lot for your money when you invest in a zip-out coat . . . the triple season coat. Just zip the lining in and out as the weather changes ready for Indian summer or winter's coldest blasts. Wool gabardine . . , double cuffed, fashion- wise detailing. Buy now at this unbelievable price! Green and black. 10 to 18. —Coat Shop • First Floor the long loved button-front Chambray Dress Slender, soft - mannered dresses designed to be the most popular fashions in your autumn- through-winter wardrobe. Classic gabardines, soft rayon crepes in frankly flattering style , . . and proportioned for misses and half sizes. at a very special price 5.95 solid colo s aqua wine blue tiny muted checks yellow and grey pink and aqua blue and tan Sundogs are bright spots near the sun which appear when the sun shines through a cloud of ice 1 crystals. Rich polished cotton casually styled with front pleats, three pockets. Equally at ease at home, working, golfing. You'll want several at this amazingly low price! In fine end-to- end cotton- chambray, Sanforized. Sizes 10 to 20. Mail Orders Welcome —Dresses • Downstairs Store A'. The gabardine, coat dress by Cromwell ... a casual dress with deep bib yoke/ large covered buttons, silhouette forming pockets. Blue, red oreen ond brown. 12V2 to 22'/2. 10.95. B. Kerch's two-piece dress . r . buttons be-deck the jacket, the skirt is slim. Rayon Cynara crepe. Brown, green or bldck. 121/2 to 221/2. 12.95. C. An accent of criss-cross tucking divided by jeweled buttons on Claire Tiffany's simply tailored, one-piece rayon Cynara crepe. Purple, royal and black. 16 to 44. 10.95 First Floor loot

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