NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF LYNN ADRIAN CONSTRUCTION, INC. Notice Is hereby given that a corporation named LYNN ADRIAN CONSTRUCTION , INC. has been incorporated under Chapter •196A, Code of Iowa. The corporate existence of said corporation began June 2, 1075, and the period of its duration is perpetual. Saiil corporation shall have unlimited power to engage in, and to do any lawful act concerning, any or all lawful businesses for which corporations may be organized under said Chapter. Said corporation has authority to issue 100,000 shares of Common Stock, par value $100.00 per share. The address of its registered office is R.F.D. 1, Titonlca, KoKsuth County, Iowa 50480. The name of its registered agent at such address is Roger Wubbcn. The names and addresses of its Directors as designated in its Articles of Incorporation arc: Roger Wubbcn R.F.D. 1, Titonka, Iowa 50480 Claude Btlsborough R.F.D., Titonka, Iowa 50480 LYNN ADRIAN CONSTRUCTION, INC. By /s/ Roger Wubben President Portland News fcy Mrs. Viator Fitch Written Thursday, June 26.. . Mrs. Karl Mullarkey of Moline-, 111., Mr. Fred Hagen anil Mrs. Ha/el Vera of Algona were Wednesday afternoon visitor.; in the Ral.ih Carlson home. Mi. and Mrs. He? I tuichinsln of MSaar.ifiolls and Mr, Uerwe-y llutdilnsin of Clear Lake were recent visitors In the Ralph Curlson home. Mr. and Mrs. Momu't Trunk- hill roturicil homo Tuesday after spending ;t wo ok in Minnesota and Wisconsin. They took clotli- iiiR to a mission at Crancion, \VLs. and visited Rev. and Mrs. \Vct7iR. On the way they called on the Floyd Sills at Kellogg, Mum. and visited Mrs. Catherine llougll and family and her father, Mr. Art Miller, at lilk Mound, Wis. The/ visited her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Smith, and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Smith, at IlinKlcy, Minn, leaving there for Brootin, Minn, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wagner ami family. Mrs. llajel Willis and her daughtor-in-law, Mrs. Wilbur \\illis, Fanii, Rhonda and Sissy of Fivsno, Cal. visited in the Johnny Spear home Monday evening. Kirk and Donise Shipler, children of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shiplcv, spent a few days in the Yorn Shipler home while their mother \MI- in the llnmbol-it Hospital. She had broken a cord in her ankle while playing tennis. She came home from the hospital last Saturday, Init her leg w ill be in a east for some time. Mrs. Linda Meister and boys, Mrs. I'.W. Marlow and Lisa, Mrs. Bill Meister and Mrs. F.u- i;one Meister and family were guests in the Bernard Meistcr home for ice cream and birthday cake on Tuesday in honor of Linda's birthday which was June 24th. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hubcr and family along with many Portland families attended the Titonka Indian Day Parade. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms ami family were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Thompson home., Atgona. Mrs. Robert Thompson of Algona and Mrs. Duanc Mogler and Dawn of Whittemore were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Harris Harms home. Misty and Michelle returned home with their grandma Thompson to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ticnan wore Sunday evening guests in the home of Mrs. Ernst Fischer in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boies and family of Santc Fe, Mexico came last Tuesday and Mr. and Mis. Duanc Smith and family ofSaginaw, Mich, came Satur- day to visit in the parental Harold Lampc home. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boies and family, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family, Mrs. Bernard Brandenberg and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Harold l.ampe, and Mr. Ben Lampc were guests at the Tom Lampes for a picnic and barbecue. Mr. and Mrs. Harold l.ampo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boies and family, Mr. and Mr;. Duane Smith and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Branden- bcrg and family drove to Spirit Lake Sunday for a picnic. Janice Larson drove to Hurley, S.D. Friday and returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Locbach and family attended the Lone Rock-Burt 4-11 Achievers Picnic at the Burt Park. Joseph Loebac'i is a member. There was a tour of farms and projects the boys will be taking to the fair. Mrs. Duane Mawdslcy drove to I.ivcnnore Saturday to bring her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Hauck, home with her to spend a lew days. Mrs. Lawrence Hauck and Mrs. Duane Mawdsloy visited in the home of Mrs. Kllrn llol- gren of Lone R.>ck. Mrs. Mawd- sloy, M-.-ladoo and Verdean a'- so attended the 4-H picnic at Burt. Rev. and Mrs. K. L. Wfttkopp of Lakevlew were recent visitors in I he Ku.;e:ic Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Inoraham of Colfax came Wednesday afternoon to spend a fev.- days in the S. R. Parsons home. Mrs. Ro-scoe Mawdsley and many other Portland ladies attended the Lutheran Church guests day. Ladies from Burt, Lone Rock, and Fenton also attended. Mrs. Wendell Felster of Algona showed her flowers and gave a talk and there were special service-, devotions a.vl roddi, i.*i. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mawdslcy came for the weekend to visit in the parental Roscoe Mawdsley home and Waldo Kruse home. There conies a time when a nation as well as its people must choose between tightening the belt or losing the pants. Written Monday, June 30... Mrs. Carol Smith and family of Alccster, S.D. came a week ago Sunday to visit a few days in the Veni Shipler home. A family get-together and picnic was held Sunday at the Vern Shipler home in honor of Mrs. Carol Smith and family of Alccster, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nelson and family of California, and Mrs. Alice Davis and family of Tennessee. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Gilliland and family of Barnum, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Volk Clarence Wcstllng and son and Mrs. Stella Johnson and family of Fort Dodge, Walter Hanson of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and daughter and Mr., and Mrs. Tom Hoffmeyer of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wcstllng and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wcstling and Dawn of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. George Wcstllng and son and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gangstad of Badger, Lawrence Wcstling, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wcstling and Doris Holtapp, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holm and daughters of Fort Dodge, and Dennis Shipler and Dcnisc of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. F.vcrctt Shipler ofFairchlld, Wis. were Thursday overnight and Friday visitors a week ago in the Vern Shipler home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mayer, Gary, Shelly and Marilyn of Milwaukee, Wis. were Saturday visitors and overnight guests in the Vern Shipler home. Mrs. Mayer is a daughter of the Everett Sliiplers. They all attended the Schipull family reunion on Sunday. Mrs. Victor Fitch accompanied Mrs. Earl Zwicfcl to Fairmont Tuesday evening where they attended a musical. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Duscher and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cunningham of Burt attended a bench show List Saturday afternoon in Webster City and made their dog a bench champion. She won a trophy for "Best of Show Female. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Jergcns of Led yard were Sunday supper guests in the Jerry Discher home. Mr. Aric Dittmer was a Saturday supper guest in the EuClairc Meyer home. Mrs. Ella Meyer of Burt was a Sunday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Shipler and Doris Holtapp attended a Westlong family reunion at Cherokee a week ago last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Trenary attended the tenth anniversary of her class at Clear Lake on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hagedorn and Roger of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Doyle Trenary home. Roger had spent a few days in the Bill Trenary home. Mrs. Jay Miller, Dalene Marrs and Peg Conway of Dow City spent Wednesday and Thursday in the Jack Thompson home. The Thompsons and their company attended the Titonka Indian Day parade and were supper guests in the Edmund Larson home in Algona on Wednesday. Mrs. Phil Elsbecker and family of Bancroft spent Friday afternoon in the Robert Weber home in honor of Carri Weber's 2nd birthday. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber and Lynn of Burt, and Mrs. Jim Antoinc and family of Bancroft. Mrs. Phil Meyer and family of Fenton were after supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods of Sheffield came Saturday af- 'ternoon to visit in the Wally Woods home. They brought Jennifer Woods home after she had spent the week visiting with them. Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Orlo Zwiefel were Friday evening and son and Mrs. Elsie Nelson of Hu.'iboldt. Mr. and Mrs. DIGNITY You will appreciate the dignity and understanding that keynotes our service. It will remain a cherished memory. Our aim is to bring you comfort in time of need Winter Funeral Home Please Call Collect: 562-2858 or 562-2731 Buffalo Center, Iowa THE NEW PINTO AND MUSTANG II MPG's ARE AT LEY MOTOR COMPANY Those three letters MPG (miles per gallon) can mean big savings for you now when you buy the car, and later when you drive the car. Right now Ley Motor Company has several of these $ savers for you to see and compare. BLUE PINTO MPG two-door DARK RED MUSTANG II MPG two-door sedan Both equipped with: 2.3 liter 2V-4 cylinder engine 4-specd manual transmission 3:18-1 axle ratio Catalytic converter which together add up to 34 MPG (EPA dynamometer test) We also have these other 1975 models on hand for you to look over. Mercury Marquis four-door,dark blue with 400 engine, T-wheel, speed control and much more. Mercury Marquis MX Brougham white/green two- door, air, speed control and more. Mercury Cougar XR-7 white/silver blue 351, air, AM Radio and more. Mercury Monarch Ghia two-door black/black, AM- FM 8-track, Lux. Grp., air, rear window defroster and much more. Mercury Monarch dark red two-door, P.S., AM radio and more. Mercury Comet two-door, 6 cylinder, P.S., radio, AM, copper/white. Ford Thundcrbird two-door Jade Lux. Grp., half vinyl top (white) with many extras. Ford LTD Landau silver blue/blue, four-door, 400, T-wheel, speed control, air, lite group, prot. grp., and much more. Ford LTD green/white four-door, 351, air and more. Ford Granada tan/brown, two-door, 302, AM/FM radio and more. Ford Elite green/white, super soft int., air, 351, AM radio and more. Ford Gran Torino red/white, opera window, 351, air and more. Ford Maverick four-door, silver blue/blue, lux. int., 302, air, AM radio and more. Ford Mustang II black lux. int., white pin stripes, style steel wheels and more. Ford Pinto Wagon copper 2800 C.C., AT., AM radio and more. Ford Pinto dark red two-door, AM radio, tinted glass and more. F-700 red chassis and cab. F-250 Supercab green/green, P.S., radio and more. F-250 red/white, air, P.S., AM radio and more. F-150 green/green, custom decor, A.T., P.S., and more. F-100 red/white four-wheel drive, A.T., P.S., and wheel covers. Bronco wagon, brown/white Ranger, A.T., P.S., AM radio and more. Ranchero silver blue/blue, 351, T-wheel, AM radio and more. Many other new cars in stock too numerous to list, with many good late model used cars and trucks also on hand, so be sure to stop in at Ley Motor Co., where the right car at the right price is waiting for you . . . Shop open: Mon. through Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Office open Mon. through Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat. 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Open any night by appointment call: (515) 8862433 or Craig Lloyd, 885-2226, Bancroft Ron Meyer, 886-2359, Lakota Dave Ley, 562-2856, Buffalo Center LEY MOTOR COMPANY LAKOTA, IOWA THE OLD RELIABLE SINCE 1913 visitors in the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Ear). Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schlci of Fenton were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mrs. Esther Duncan of Fenton and Mrs. Olive Pearson of St. Petersburg, Fla. were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth. After dinner they drove to Titonka to visit a brother, Mr. Harold Smith, in the Titonka Care Center. Mrs. Bert Willerett and Mrs. Arnold Skadburg of Burt were Friday morning callers in the E.C. Schwlctcrt home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Drenimcl and Mr. and Mrs. Lance Relbhoff of Burt were Saturday evening visitors in the E. C. Scliwictcrt home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCullcn of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber of Lone Rock and Rose Rin^dorf of Laytton, Cal. were Sunday evening visitors. Mrs. Larry Strayer and Carla and Mrs. Edwin Wichtenclahl of Fort Dodge were Wednesday visitors in the Henry Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet attended a Sarchet family get-together and picnic at the Richard Sarchet home in Algona in honor of Richard Sarchet's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Southern and family of Seattle, Wash. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Romstad of DCS Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCormlck and Richard Van Horn of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coco and family of DCS Moines, Roger Shipler of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Manklc and Kelly of Curlew were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Eva Shipler in Burt. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Randy Grosser visited in the Hazel Ruse and Stanley Ruse homes Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein of Irvlngton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Locbach, Sr. of Whittemore came Sunday afternoon to accompany the Joe Locbach, Jr. family to the Bancroft St. John's Catholic Church supper. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Sr. and grandchildren Eddie, Gene and Pat called at the Ernst Nauman home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nauman and family of Houston, Tex. and David Klaucr of Denton, Tex. came last Friday evening to spend a two-week vacation in the Ernst Nauman home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Etherington of Algona were Sunday evening visitors in the Ernst Nauman home. Mrs. Jay Ellis of Emmetsburg was a Wednesday overnight guest in the Ernst Nauman home. « Thursday morning her mother, Mrs. Ernst Nauman, accompanied Mrs. Ellis to Fort Dodge where Mrs. Ellis consulted Dr. Tripp, an ear specialist. Lcona Haase, Bcrnicc Haasc and Mrs. Emil Haack attended a shower in the Fenton Lutheran Church for Diane Laabs. Paster and Mrs. William Scheer mid Elaine of Freemont, Mich. Wire Thursday overnight guests in the Eugene Meyer home. THE TITONKA TOPIC July 3, 1975 2 — Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister and Bradley attended the Bancroft St. John's Catholic Church supper Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister were dining room hosts. Stacy and Susan Trunkhill, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill of Burt, were Friday overnight guests in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill were Saturday supper guests in the Jerry Peterson home at Whittcmore. They took Lisa Peterson home after she had spent a few days with them. Mr. and Mis. Mennet Trunk- hill were Sunday dinner guests in the Charles Trunkhill home in Algona. When you can't sleep, don't count sheep. Talk to the shepherd. ^ VSt TOPIC WANT ADS NOTICE The shop at Ley Motor Co. will be closed Friday, July 4th AND Saturday, July 5th. The office will be closed July 4th BUT WILL BE OPEN 8:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. ON SATURDAY, JULY 5TH, as usual. Thank you and have a happy but safe Fourth of July weekend. LEY MOTOR COMPANY LAKOTA, IOWA , Consider your ^ financial alternatives. Stock market ? Foreign investment ? There are many fast- money schemes with big promises in today's world. But if you don't want to play games with your savings and investments, then rely on a sound financial program at Home Federal. Savings are insured to $40,000 and you get the highest return on your investment allowable by law. Stop in today for details. When you get your tax refund, open or add to your 5 savings account and select a valuable gift. Minimum deposit S100. Larger gifts also available for larger deposits. AN interest on savings is compounded daily. FSLIC HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN - Algona - Garner - Britt 5!4%- Yields 5.39%- ON PASSBOOK Day-ln, Day-Out Passbook Savings Any Amount — No Minimum 6. 98%- CERTIFICATE On 30 Monih Certificates $1,000 Minimum Yields 5.92% - CERTIFICATE On Three Month Certificates $500 Minimum 7!/2% - Yields 7.78%- CERTIFICATE On 4 Year Certificates $1,000 Minimum 6Vz%- Yields 6.72%- CERTIFICATE On One-Year Certificates $1,000 Minimum 7 3 A% -Yield* 8.06%- CERTIFICATE On 6 Year Certificate! $1,000 Minimum All earnings Automatically reinvested on March 31, June 30,'Sept. 30 and Dec. 31. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal on all certificate!.
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