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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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22 Sept. 21. 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle. Mason Cily, la. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Of THE .FOLSOM AUTO COMPANY Notice Is hereby given that there has been incorporated under and by virtue ot Chapter 491 of the 1046 Code of Iowa, and acts amendatory thereto, a corporation as follows: 1 The name of this corporation is Folsom Auto Company, and its principal place of business is In the City of Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Slate of Iowa. II The general nature of the business to be transacted by the corporation shall be as follows: To transact the general business of . purchase, sale and distribution of automobiles, automobile supplies and automobile accessories. The corporation shall have the power to purchase and contract for the sale of automobiles, automobile supplies and automobile accessories, end may distribute or otherwise handle automobiles, automobile supplies and accessories and enter into all contracts necessary or convenient for the transaction of Its general business. To own. lease, operate and manage garages and filling stations for motor vehicles; to buy, sell, rent, store, repair and care for motor vehicles of all kinds their parts, appurtenances, accessories supplies, tools, equipment, and all other personal property of every kind and description: to make loans secured by motor vehicljs, their parts, appurtenances, supplies and accessories, and to deal in such securities; to own, operate and manage parking places for motor vehicles; and to do any or all things necessary or incident to the business of the corporation. To deal, engage In and carry on, either as wholesale or retail, or both, the purchase, sale and repair of new and used motor vehicles, parts, supplies, and equipment therefor, electric, gasoline and other appliances and equipment. Including personal property of all kinds. To engage in and carry on the general automobile sales and service business, including the repair and leasing of same and to carry on a general retail business and the sales of all types of merchandise and equipment. To build, construct, maintain, operate and lease buildings for the use of the corporation and for rental purposes and to build, construct and maintain any and all kinds of Improvements upon real estate either owned by the corporation or by others. To engage in the business of loaning money upon both real and personal properly and the financing of sales of motor vehicles, appliances and other Hems of personal and real property. 1 To enter into and malce contracts necessary for the- furtherance and promotion of the business of the corporation: and To have any and all powers above set forth, as'fully as natural persons, whether as principal, a'geht,' trustee, or otherwise. To have one or more branches and to conduct the business of the corporatior and promote its objects within and without, the State of Iowa and other states without restriction as to place or amount, but subject to the Laws of such states, wherein business is trans- mine or mines from which the coal bid | on is to be furnished and the State and County in which mine is located and also he names of the producers. The Board of Supervisors of said county reserves the right to demand proof that he coal furnished is from the mine or mines specified in the qontract, and the Board furlher reserves the right through hemselves or their agent or agents, to •eject any or all of the coal tendered 'or delivery which in their judgment is not according to specification and quality set out in the contract. The Board further reserves the right to reject any or till bids submitted. By virtue of statutory authority a preference will be given to coal produced within the state of Iowa. The successful bidder must enter into a written contract with the county and furnish a good and sufficient bond for the faithful performance thereof. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, this 19th day of September, 1949. By Order of the Board of Supervisors. KEITH RAW, County Auditor Cerro Gordo County, Iowa NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 7226. September Term, 1949. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Christine Gildner, Deceased, dated September 1, 1949, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 17th day of October, 1949, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk ol said Court; id at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above icntioned all persons interested are ereby notified and required to appear, nd show cause, if any they have, why aid instrument should not be probated nd allowed as and for the last Will and estament of said deceased. . Dated at Mason City, Iowa, September 9, 1949. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy acted. Ill The authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be Fifty Thousand Dollars (550,000.00) which shall consis of five hundred <500|- shares of commor atock of the par value of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per share each. The par value of all stock issued shall be paid for in cash or property at its rea sonable cash value at the time of issuance of the stock, in the manner provided by law. IV The corporation commenced btisines on issuance of the certificate of Incor poration by the Secretary of the Stat of Iowa, which was issued August 29 1049, and shall continue for 'twenty (20 years from said date, unless soone terminated. V . ... The business and affairs of this cor poralion shall be conducted by a boarc of not less than 3 nor more than directors, and until otherwise fixed, b the stockholders, the board shall con sist of 3 members. The directors of th corporation shall hold their offices fo a. one-year term, or until their successor have been duly' elected and qualified The Board of Directors of the corporatlo shall be elected by the stockholders at the Annual Meeting of'the Stockholders to be held on the 2nd Monday of January of each year at the principal office of the corporation at such hour as may be fixed by the by-laws. The officers of this corporation shall be President, Vice- President, Secretary and Treasurer and such other officers as the by-laws may from time to time provide for. The of- \ficers and directors of this corporation shall hold office for one year or until their successors are chosen and qualified. The officers of the corporation shall be chosen by the Directors at the Annual Meeting of the Directors, which meeting shall be held immediately following the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders. Until the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders In January, 1850, the following ihall constitute the Board of Directors: Jay A. Folsom, R. F. D. No. 2, Clear Lake, Iowa. Wilbur Dalluge, 1527 N. Federal Avenue, Mason City, Iowa. Howard Trevett, 224 First Street N. W., Mason City, Iowa, and the following shall constitute the officers of the corporation: President, Jay A. Folsom, NQ. 2, Clear Lake, Iowa. R. F. D. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION 0 the Voters of Dougherty, lawa: You will take notice that on the 20th ay of October, 1949, a special election vill be held in the Incorporated«Town of Dougherty, Iowa, for the purpose of sub- nitting to the voters of said Town for heir approval or rejection the question f granting to the Iowa Public Service Company a franchise to own, operate nd maintain an electric light, heat, and io\ver plant, and distribution and street ightlng system, and transmission lino vithin the said Town for a period of wenty-five (25) years. At said election the ballot to be used vill be substantially the following form: (Notice to Voters: For an affirmative •ote on the following question, make a cross (X) mark in the square after the vord "YES." For a negative vote put 1 similar mark in the square following he word "NO.") Shall the public measure contained in the fallowing O r d i n a nee granting Iowa Public Service Company a franchise, be adopted? ORDINANCE NO. 31 An Ordinance Granting Unto Iowa Public Service Company, Its Successors and Assigns, Authority to Construct, Reconstruct, Own, Maintain and Operate an Electric Light, Heat and Power Plant, and Distribution System in the Incorporated Town of Dougherty, Iowa, for a Period of Twenty-five (35) Years, and to Furnish Electrical Energy to said Town and Its Inhabitants for Lieht, Heat, and Power Purposes and Including the Right to Construct a High Voltage Electric Transmission Line Into and Through the Said Town, and providing for the Regulations and Conditions Under Which thr- Said Right Is to Be Exercised. BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Dougherty, Iowa. Section 1. A non-exclusive ' Franchise is hereby given unto the Iowa Public Service Company, its successors and assigns hereinafter called the Grantee, for a period of twenty-five (25) years from and after the approval of this Ordinance by the legal voters of the Incorporated Town of Dougherty, Iowa, to construct, reconstruct, ' maintain and operate an electric light, heat and power plant at and in the said Town of Dougherty, Iowa, and to enter upon the streets, avenues, alleys and public places and therein, thereunder and thereover to construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate an electric distribution system and street lighting system to consist of poles, wires, crossarms, guy wires, conduits and other necesary construction, and to furnish electrical energy to said Town of Dougherty, Iowa, and its inhabitants for light, heat, power and other purposes, and to own, maintain and operate a high voltage electrical transmission line extending to and through the said Town from points outside thereof. Section 2. The poles, crossarms, wires, guy wires and other construction above ground of said distribution and street lighting system shall so far as possible be erected in the alleys so as not unnecessarily to interfere with the use of the streets and alleys of the Town by the public. Said construction shall be in accordance with the specifications of the Board of National Fire Underwriters in force at the time of said construction, and shall at all times be maintained in good repair so as to furnish efficient electrical service. Section 3. The Grantee agrees for and in behalf of itself, its lessees, successors and assigns, that all authority and right in this Ordinance contained, shall at all times be subject to all right, power and BUTTER Vice President, Wilbur Dalluge, 1527 N. Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Secretary, Howard Trevett, 224 First Street N. W., Mason City, Iowa. Treasurer, Howard Trevett, 224 First Street N. W., Mason City-, Iowa. VI The private property of the stockholders of the corporation shall be forever free and exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities. FOLSOM AUTO COMPANY J. A. FOLSOM, President WILBUR DALLUGE. Vice President HOWARD TREVETT, Secretary & Treasurer CHARLES M. GROMAN. Attorney NOTICE OF SCHOOL AUCTION The one-room schoolhouse, Union No. fl, in Rural Independent School : District, Section 14, Un^.i Township, which is located six miles south and one mile west of Clear Lake on Highway 107, or seven miles north and one mile west o£ Thornton, will be sold at public auction on Wednesday, September 28, at 1:30 o'clock. In addition to the frame building which is 16 ft. x 20 ft. x 10 ft. and has two additions 8 ft. x 8 ft. x 0 ft. and 10 ft. x 12 ft. x 9 ft., there will be sold separately three outbuildings, playground equipment, an oil burner, a piano, desks and many other articles. The building Is to be moved from the site. Mr. G. E. Raecker, auctioneer. : • • LEO PETERS, President Union No. 6 NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, CERRO GORDO COUNTY, as.—No. 7220. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of; the estate of Tena Gerdes, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; arid th,ose having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of i.he Clerk ol the District Court. K. CLARENCE RUIGH. ROBERT J. PATTEE, Attorney. Dated September 12, 1949. S, H. MncPEAK, Clerk District Court. By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy. authority now or hereafter possessed by said Town of Dougherty, Iowa, to regulate rales, control and direct by Ordinance or Resolution and legislate concerning the Franchise herein granted and concerning the manner in which Grantee shall use and enjoy the Franchise herein granted. Section 4. Said Grantee shall fully protect said Town from any and all claims of any nature whatsoever which may be made against the Town by reason of the construction, maintenance or operation of said distribution system and transmission line. Section 5. In the event that any person shall desire to move any building which will cause the removal of any o£ the poles and wires o£ said distribution system, the owner of said building shall make application to the Mayor, who shall fix the route and cause twenty-four (24) hours notice to be given to the owners of such distribution system and shall require the said applicant to pay to the Mayor for the use of the Grantees herein named the reasonable cost of the removal and replacement of said poles and wires. The iemovol of said building shall be at such hours as will permit of continuous service after three o'clock p. m., and up until eight o'clock a. m. of the following morning. The removal of the high tension line shall not be required if any other suitable route exists for the moving of said building. Section 0. The Grantee herein named shall have the Tight, under the supervision of the Town Council, or such persons as the Town Council may designate, to trim or remove trees whenever necessary for the efficient operation of its plant and the furnishing of service. Section 7. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption and approval by the electors of the Incorporated Town- -of • Dougherty, Iowa, and its written acceptance by the Iowa Public Service Company. Passed September 12, A. D., 1949. Adopted September 12, A. D., 1940. (Seal) Attest: LOUIS D. TUBBS, Mayor NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, will receive -bids for the supply of coal to be used at the County Home and Court House heating plant, Mason City, Iowa, during the heating setaon of 1949-1950. Said bids mu«t be filed in the office of the County Auditor, Court House, Mason City, Iowa, on or before 10 o'clock a. m., October 3, 1949. 1. The size of the coal and the estimated quantity to be used at the County Home is as follows: Approximately 400 tons l',4 inch by 10 mesh stoker coal, oil treated. Bids on coal to be used at the County Home shall state the price per ton F. O. B. side track nt Emery, Iowa. 2. The size of the coal nnd the estimated quantity to be used at the Court House Iwaling plant Is ns follows: Approximately 30 ions 2 Inch nut, oil treated, delivered In the bin at the heat- Ing plant. Th« bidder «h«H specify in nil bid tho P. J. SCIESZINSKI, Town Clerk On the back of said ballot will he printed the following with .the facsimile signature of the Town Clerk in the blank provided therefor: OFFICIAL BALLOT For Special Election on the Question erf. Granting a Franchise to Iowa Public Service Company. Dougherty. Iowa October 20, 1040 (facsimile signature of town clerk) Town Clerk At said election the voting place will be at Town Hall and the polls will be open from 8 o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock p. m. Dougherty, Iowa, September 12. 1049. LOUIS D. TUBBS, Alleit: Mayor P. J. SCIESZINSKI, Town Clerk Sprains Ankle Bancroft — Jane Goche, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche, sprained her left ankle while playing at school. She will have to walk on crutches for several days. CLUB STEAKS CUT AND TRIMMED NATIONAL'S VALUE WAY! BY SHOPPING BfGULAuy PRICES EFFECTIVE AT NATIONAL// •• YOUR NATIONAL FOOD STORE KEEPS PRICES AS LOW AS POSSIBLE. NOT IN JUST 1 OR 2 DEPTS.. BUT ALL THROUGH THE STORE. NOT JUST ON 1 OR 2 DAYS, BUT ALL THROUGH THE WEEK. YOU'RE SURE TO SAVE ON YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL WHEN YOU SHOP REGULARLY AT NATIONAL THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Quarter Beef Sale! lacaroni or Spaghetti! Rath ' s Racorn Young Heifers - Unconditionally Guaranteed JENNY LEE 2-LB. BOX HARTMAN'S 2-QT. C BOTTLE PI.L'S BOTTLE DEPOSIT FRONT CUT AT YOUR PERSONAL INSTRUCTION WRAPPED AND ITEMIZED FOR YOUR LOCKER BUY THIS QUARTER FOR ROASTS SALAD DRESSING HAZEL BRAND QUART C JAR Cutting Wrapping Charge 2c Per Lb. HIND CUT THE WAY YOU LIKE IT — EACH PACKAGE NEATLY WRAPPED IN LOCKER PAPER AND ITEMIZED — BUY THIS QUARTER FOR STEAKS Cutting Wrapping Charge 2c Per Lb. tH, NEW VOHK AGED CHEESE KAY NATURAL CHEESE 73o DARI COUNTRY CHEESE AMERICAN PROCESS CHEESE FOOD 2-lb. Box CHEESE WISC. 53c Lb. ! | KLEIN'S CHOCOLATE BARS Bars "m Economically Priced Meats SPARE RIBLETS BEEF SHORT RIBS ROSEFISH FILLETS Pound NORTHERN PIKE FILLETS .......... Ib. PORK HOCKS Lean, ...^ 25c Small. . . HAZEL CUICKKN OF TUB SEA—GIIEEN LABEL, GRATED TUNA FISH *£;• AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE FLOUR 3 ;t' b 43C 35c BRAND GRAPE JAM U. S. Gov't. Gradded U. S. Good VEAL LR °; bn CHOPS s tlr TUTTl-FRUITTI FRUIT CUKE MIX Pork Frenched or Baking Lengths Lb. U. S. Gov't. Graded U. S. Good VEAL ROAST BEST SHOULDER CUTS I f VALUE % WAY .iJf.'k-lCiit GLACE MIXED PEEL MAXE YOUR T-3U1T CAKE EARLY Lb. CARAVAN—I'JTTEI) DATES CALIFORNIA, HALVES AND PIKCliS WALNUT MEATS .. 16-oz. 'p\a b - 49c T „ ,;?....". <»C";J APPLES JONATHAN—RED, JUICY—U. S. NO. 1 NATCO EVAP. MILK Lbs. 29c Bushel PEAS Whole Kernel Corn \ STANDARD QUALITY 12-oz. Can *-»-*» Oil REGULAR NO. 2 Can HOME GROWN, SNO WHITE. CAULIFLOWER JUMBO SIZE HEADS Each HOME GROWN—CHIPPEWA POTATOES 10 33c niCII >Ml ItttUUl./wt. trtni^n ' HILLS COFFEE J£ 56C IK)G FOOD MORTON'S KiBBIES ^ 39C WAXED. SWEET FLAVORED RUTABAGAS . Lb. I CALIF. SUNKIST. IN MESH BAG ORANGES .. .5 u , 49c OCCIDENT, GOLD MEDAL, P1LLSBURY FLOUR TOP TASTE" ENRICHED [) WHITE BREAD l-ib. Loaf 1 Loaves ~^^^^^^—^ ^*tmw^^^*mmm^^*^mm^^^**tmf^^*9mm^^^ m *^mr m ^^**mm^^^^mlmr t GRAPES TOKAY FLAME RED 2 MelNTOSH, EXTRA FANCY, RED for fati And Cooking AJAX CLEANSER LUX TOILET SOAP 2::;: 15c RINSO SOAP POWDER Large IVORY TOILET SOAP Mad. 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