The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 20, 1946
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CHAS. WINTER, 84, LAKOTA PIONEER, SUCCUMBS AUG. 14 Lakotn: Charles Winter, who has been crlticaly ill the pas tw<? weeks, passed away August 14 at his home at Lakota at the age of 84 years. He leaves his widow, one daughter, Mrs. Jerry Heetland and twin, sons, Raymond and Russell Winter and a hufnber of •grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mr. Winter was one of the first pioneers of the Ramsey and Lakota vicinity. Visitors at Buri Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Furst Mrs. Arlowe Blome were week Sunday visitors at Glaus Daniels' near Burt. and last the Mew Drug Employe Avis Mitchell began work last week Monday in the Hamilton drug store. Avis, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitch- oil, graduated from hi^r school last spring as valedictorian of her class but is toil young to enter college. Greet New Son A 9-lb. 7-oz. boy was born Saturday, August 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greener at Park View clinic in Estherville. He has been named Joseph Edward and has one brother. Mr. and Mrs. Korse Ellman and son Vincent and son Stanley maternal grandparents and undo of the '-baby, his great grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Thaves and an aunt, Mrs. Pete Thiesen drove to the Blind Musicians On Program Turner drove to Grant Wednesday, where they visited at the Otto Kelly home. Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Qsbofn entertaifted relatives at dinner last Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson and two children of Radine, Wls., Mrs. Chris Madison, Tintls Madison, and the Milton Madisons of Lone Rock, aftd Mf, and Mrs. John Munch and Jackie of Penton. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Welch and children of Vallejo, CalifT were guests at the Osborh home. BLIND MUSICIANS, Mac and Bob, arc part of the WLS Barn 5nnce Frolic show to appear at the Kossuth Fair, afternoon and cven- ng, Thursday, Aug. 22. Mac's real name is Lester McFarland and he nd his wife have three lively children. The partnership has been go- ig for 25 years, starting when the iboys were students at the Kentucky 'chool 'for the Blind. Mac plays five instruments. Bob two. •hospital to sec him Sunday. last week Visitors From Des Moines Mrs. William Goerndt and son Dennis of DCS Moines, Mrs. Florence Bonin und Mrs. Edith Bonin and daughter Viola of Iowa Falls came Monday for a visit at the Henry Mitchells. The women, who are sisters of Henry, went to Blue Earth Tuesday for a visit with their mother and left here Wednesday homes. for their Mrs. William Mabus received a letter last week from a sister Mrs. Marie Darnauer of Dnigle- buth, Bavaria, Germany, saying conditions are bad in that vicinity in many parts and told of clothing shortages, sugar and many foods, and also mentioned matches and shoe laces. Everett Thompson came home from Fort Lewis, Wash., for an 18-day furlough with his family, the Lauren Thompsons. Andrew Jansen is enjoying a weeks vacation from his work as mechanic at the Ukena Implement and hardware store. • Emma Gutknecht drove to Dubuque last week Wednesday and brought home Genevieve Brewer, who has been attending summer school at Dubuque university. They got home Thursday. Mrs. Steve Powers took her two grandsons, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Powers, to Chicago 1 last week and from there they will go to their home at Buffalo, N. Y. The boys have spent the summer visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koppen and Kathryn Becker drove to Clark's Grove, Minn., to attend the wedding of Doris Paulsen, who is a sister of Mrs. Howard Koppen and a cousin of Mrs. Orville Koppen. The J. H. Warburtons had a letter from Paul Koppen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, who is now in Pearl Harbor, saying he expected to leave port in the near future for an unknown port. Paul has been promoted to Seaman 1-c. Mr. and Mrs. David Rodley and sons Don and Keith of Albert Lea were last week Sunday visitors with Emma and Louise Thaves. Mrs. Rodley, who is the former Virginia Thaves, daughter of the late C. R. Smith, owns and operates a cabin court there. Three carloads of young people of the Luther .League and the Rev. and Mrs. Darnauer and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christ drove to Estherville last week Sunday afternoon for a picnic dinner, then drove to Lake Okoboji, Where they spent the rest of the day. JARS And follow inf uucti^M ia lb« Ball Blue JBook- T« fci yottr copy ICQI) lOc witli X9ur cm* «o<i »d<Jr««« \o — iieuM*f <o«Mny.»»»«», IK. SENECA BOY CUTS HAND BADLY IN MISHAP THURSDAY Seneca: Lylo Culbertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson, had the misfortune of culling his left hand quite badly last Thursday • forenoon while culling burrs al the Curtis Ol- scn farm. He was taken immediately to a doctor who used three clamps to close the \yound. Leave for Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston accompanied by their son and daughter Virgil and Mavis, also Miss Myrtle Molinder of Swea Cily left Wednesday for Scallle, Wash., to see their son Emory, who is hospitalized there. While on active duty overseas Emory contracted a skin disease feet. He has experienced some skin grafting, but as yet is not able to be in active service. Visiting in Idaho Alvin Olson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olscn and three children of Rolfe, la., left last Wednesday* for Moscow, Idaho. They plan to spend about two and one-half weeks there visiting relatives. Taking Vacation' Trip Harriett Olsen accompanied her aunt and uncle, the Ray Goerinjjs of Jackson, Minn., and an uncle Eldnn Larson of Em- mclsburg on a vacation trip to Enderloin, N. D. Donna Classon is staying at the Grandmother Larson home at Emmetsburg, during Eldon's absence. Visit Grant Home Mrs. Clarence Osborn accompanied by Mrs. Anna Osborn and Mrs. Freelove Wiesbrod of Fenton and a guest Miss Hazel Lowe Rev. Oarnauer Takes Trip To A Reunion Lakota: The Rev. F, F. Darnauer and family drove to Cresco last Week Monday -for a reunion of former neighboring pastors at the Lawrence Popp home. The Darnauers spent the night "at the'Rev. Ahrens home and came home Tuesday, .bringing Gerwain and Charles Poppe home with them for a week's visit. XOTK'M tut INCOHPOHATIO\ Kli.\* (JltAI.V l.\r. Notice Is hereby Klven of the Incorporation of the Kimx drain, Inc will Its principal place of huslnes In XVesley. Ivossnth (Niuiily, Iowa, The Keneral nature of the business to be transacted by this cor- pnrallon Khali be: To buy. sell, re celve. -store, consign, deal In itud hurdle on commission, or In any oilier manner, coal and oilier fuel of every kind and description, Kraln. livestock and other farm products and produce, farm Implements, lumber nnd general building material iin'rl lo build, erect. eo,ulp, own, lease, malntnln, opcralc, buy, sell, transfer anil exchange elevators. WIIIH. houses, mills, sheds, offices and tcrmlnnls, and to buy. own. sell, exchange, transfer and deal In real esiate of nil kinds and descriptions. Including lease holds, and to engage IP: any general business of like nnd related nature and to do all Ings necessary nnd proper to the conduct of the business above enum- ernled. The authorized cnpllnt stock .of tills corpornllon shall be Five Hui:- ilred i.'iOO) shares of common stock with a pur value of IJHKI.OO) One Hundred Hollars per shnre. The capital slock may be Increased by JW0MS, AtCtONA vote of tiivop.foitijtlis of all tli« Mo«k l*«ncd nnil nuiRtnmllnpr nl any nu'en limp. When tl.P rnpltnl utotOt I* to he Ir.cieiified, tho additional shall ^p offered tn the. 'i.. stockholders proportionately to Ih^lr lioldlntfB ftt not lesii 'tlirtn the pin- value. None bt llin shares slmll hft trnnsfprnhlp except iipnn Ilic books of the corporation nnd the, followlr.R restrictions nfp lo l>p plftc- cd upon ench share, of Block: "lie- fore Mm holder of record or otherwise may sell, fflve, devlso or otherwise transfer n share or sl.nrpH to any person other limn, the Incorppr- iitorH named herein such holder shall online the Itnlmt of Director"! nl tho corporation, of whjpls thp I'rpsfdent shrill he oi;p. to npprnlHp. thn sharp nr shares, nnd tho holder ,.«lwll offer HIP share, or shnrc« to HIP blreclors for the if«p of ll|.p Corporation nt thp appraised viilne. If (l.e IMr-celors do not exercise their lopllon lo purchase thp share or sharps for the use of (he Corporation within thirty dnys of such np- prnjsnl. Ihe holder may dispose of tlio>hnri> nr flhnrps lo whom ami-In siU'h us l.n may see fll. Non'p of Hi., snlil en pi I n I Mtock xlinll he Issued iinlll the samp Is either paid for In rush :it not less thon Ihe par value or In property ns provided by I a \v The lime nf commencement of (111: .corporation shall he (ho date of Is- snnnce of Orlil'lrate of Incorpora linn by (he Hecrelnry of Stale of (he Stale of Iowa, and (he. termination Hhnll he twenty yenrn from said dale. corporation may be dissolved ill any time prior to the dnte )l" UN lernilniillon by n majority vole of Hie stockholders. The business affairs of (bis cor- pnrnllnii shall be managed and con trolled by a Hoard of Directors con sl.itliiR of not less I linn five and not more thai: seven us determined by (he stockholders lit tho annual stockholders meeting, who «hnll hold office for onu year or until their successors /arc elected and Ou.-iliried, and ll.e directors shall-be the <leeriitb anas .Tiessy larrntu. ^rusnino. /usi aut your plate .or oriage >n a grass of water. tiia a little Kjeenitt. ->'csto Stains dis- :olorationj ano acnturK odor? disappear. fcur teeth sparkle :ike new. «.sk "uur drug- gis* today for Klecnite. Or for gcn6tous rree Sample, write Koicne ?roduct5 Coro. Rochester )l. N. T, tlt« mttfHhodPM tit. till* iiiul iintfTxthe next nntnial of the stoeklioldei'S of this corpofn- (Ion, (lie following; feisors shall he rtlroelot'B, tci tclt: lT*d A. T)it>ltwaflft. Wesley, Town AHhnr Mitftsn, JUiV«riiF, lown Anliur W. HIWy, iiliVeme, tovfn H*ri C. Hnmim. tjtiVfirne, tows ^Wat'old H. T'lillHps,.:LtiVprnp, loww Th« (llrfect(tl-B ot M.IR cofpnrnflon Itnmodlnlev nfter tfielr election nt the annual mefltlnpf shall meet nnd elect from (liolr number n president, ft vlc« pfpBfdpftt, n Decretory nnd n trcsn»tircf. Any cllfectot of tlw eor- PotntloH mtty how rtfiy ode w tnat-d offices If so : 0ct1ereil by the Hoard of Directors, The Hoard of.nirpc- tors slmll hftv« tho rlgltti anrt tiip powei lo appoint nn assistant secie- tary nnd irensnrcr w.ho need not be n director of the corporation, t!n- tll tl.e ruA-t nnnilnl meetiniBt of stockholders the officers of thri corporation shall IIP, to wit: Prod A, Olekmnnn, President Ai-Mnir Manss. Vice I'resldpnt Ifinil A. liplkmann, Secretnry Pred A. blekmann, Treasufet' Kncli dlreclor shall be n Stockholder nnd If nny director slmll cpnsc to be n stockholder In this corpora I Ittii IIP mr she slmll nutomatlcally cenSe to 1m a director. The Hoard of Directors may fill all vncnncles ocetif-HiK? In Its members between annual meetinsH by tho nppolr.lment of a 'luallflcd person to l.olddlie d'fflco for the remainder of the term. Tlin .annual m-polltiK of the slock- lioldcrs Hhall he held at the princl- pftf W1«c ftfrofitrt^WC'iTfU'fl' toftMt 'fri AW Kit «f s ?rl(>lt feftF fot lite *1p«loff nf tllroelors nmi to transnct any othrr lumlMflid of Ihoyforpot'n'lon n« slmll lift nejsjiwnrv and proper, l^fivjto properly of tl.f> CT ,,,v.,... ol thin pof'pdMtlon slmll fiol 104B. KUNS! altAIN, tNC.^ Pi-etl A. l}|pki«nfliK^rr<>»ltjl*nf S*rptl A. ))l?hrnftr)H, TreaBUrci'. , f'. SEE 'OUR.LtttE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Fountain Crnyolits Tablets Pencil, Kits Eraser's, Pencils Skrin Zipper Notebooks Mechanical Pencils Note Books Paste Compasses Rulers A ' Carters titk NO 1C E! which began with blisters on his of Barren, Wis., also Mrs/Hattie Lost Our Lease! Wo JUT in(or< v s<('(l in <li«-.| piirrlinso oi' proporty-siiHnlilc business, niid in -01 ..... Will he interested in snilnlilc vn- ennt jiroiierty on \\liicli to build. Kossuth County Hatchery Address care Silencer Cliick Hatchery, Spencer, la. CLAY COUNTY Prompt Sanitary Service for Removal of All DEAD ANIMALS Call Any of the Following Numbers ALGONA 7 Paul Ernst DX Station 28F14 West Bend 138 Whittemore 1500 LuVerne 4231 Burt 178 Bancroft ..'. 2000 Wesley 1500 Swea City 500 Ledyard -.75 Lakota 2401 Buffalo Center ; JO Rake 33 Ringeted 200 Estherville 700 ALL ALGONA BUSINESS PLACES INCLUDING BANKS, WILL BE CLOSED FROM 12 NOON ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, AS A COURTESY TO THE KOSSUTH FAJR. Algona Chamber of Commerce V IfouroUcaris IN «* HOI *I •I » I .« V V f t . V 4 4 i • s '4 WE PAY ALL PHONE CALLS ALGONA RENDERING CO State License No, 40 CvJ This new Engine Clean-up Program* may be the one thing that will give it stamina for the final spurt t You're probably seeing some new cars, these days. And they're mighty welcome to the eye. For their arrival means your ol<J one can be replaced in the reasonably near future. But this last stretch may be the hardest one of all. Chances are the engine is dirty. Sticky deposits, long ttccujnulating in that pld engine, may suddenly clog the oiling system—with disastrous results, ' i • . To.jneet the situation, your Standard Oil Dealer offers ft new, economical, five-point Engine Cleanup Program. It includes the use of two remarkable ijew Standard Oil Products-^Stano,Purge and Stano- Vjm-^-which do an effective cleaning job without requiring expensive dismantling of the engine. f^rive in. Unless your engine has been cleaned l»cenWy, it may be dangerously dirty. If it is, this clean-up is just what you need! •-.. •" At your Standard Oil Dealer's New, Economical, 5 Point Engine Clean-up Program 1 STANO-PURqE-Purgc. cranlwwe and engine, Cleans oil screen. Removes de- poeits tending to clog oil lines and channel*. 2 STANO-yiM-IntroJuced through carburetor air intake, it clc-ajw o»,t depoalta in valve area. Restores pep, power, (.moolh engine oneraOon, -JVeatment li». eludes cleaning the air cleaner. • " OltCHAMOE-OU Filter Re •F'A ^ oil a| w »y» help, keep j clean. A clean filter keep* Tthe « caq. 5 FAN BEIT CHECKUP A worn belt In an unwim risk— if your car MI obi, chunctai are you need a new belt. STANDARD SERVICE » < F DUTCH'S SUPER-SERVICE

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