The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 12
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i "!„ T, Ci |TW*f^ v Stop- Mrs. Mrs. PAGE TWO. UNION FOLKS RETURN FROM VACATION JAUNT Union: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson returned last week from a visit with Mr. Godfrod- sons daughter Mrs. Claude Dennis and family at Climax, Colo. On the return trip they ped at Sioux City, where Godfredson's daughter Helen Bradbury joined them and they went to Galesburg, 111., wheTe they visited the L. F,. Ramp family. On the journey home they stopped at Volga, la., to visit, relatives the A. I. Duffs. .1. C. Conboy's, and the Fred Pardees. They were gone two weeks Will Boys to School Wallace Will left last week to attend the Dunwoody Institute at. Minneapolis, Minn., and complete the electrical course he started there prior to the interruption caused by the war. Cecil Will also left last week for Denver, Colo., where he will attend school. He purchased a Model "A" and drove through. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and both are discharged veterans. .ALGONA M61N1Z3, Sunday at Jackson, Minn...at the J. G. Resch home. Mrs. ReSch is a cousin of Mrs. Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnsort, son Lorcn aftd daughter Arlene jiHemiocI the wedding of Mr. Johnson's niece, Lavonne Newel of Fcnton, Saturday morning at Whiltemorc to Richard McCarthy of Hartley. Loreh WHS an usher. Mrs. Floyd Gardner was one of the hostesses at a. miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon ;it the Lutheran church in Algona honoring Dolores' Potratz of Whittemore. Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Mrs. Louis Bode also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore and children and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner drove to tlnionville, Mo., recently to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newel, former Union Neighbors. They report the corn crop excellent there this year and the Newels, Who left from here a year or so ago, are doing very well. Combining Beans Jim Shipler started combining beans and reports the moisture content around 12',;. Art Leek, Richard Lei»h. Laurence Gisch, August Schipull. Roy Sarchet, Earl Taylor amj. Raymond Mertz all have their silos filled. Mrs. Andrew GodiYeds<m entertained the neighborhood "Q" clu'b at her home last Thursday afternoon. Games were played and lunch was served. Mrs. Roy Adams attended ;'i farewell meeting given in honor o.f Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Price in Algona last Thursd.iy by the M. E. church executive board. Mr. and Mrs. George Yakum- shuk of St. Paul came last Friday for a visit at the Fred Wills. They are friends of the Wills. Mr. Yakumshuk is of Russian descent. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Adams of Ames visited the parental Roy Adamses last week. Leroy is finishing his economic agricultural course. His wife has finished her course. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Don;.'ld and Joan Body, Mr ;ind Mrs. Bernard Bode, son David, spent Mvve< r > Cityan Passes Swea City: Mrs. Pete Homervold died at a hospital at Rochester Thursday, Sept. 26, following an operation performed there three weeks ago. At this writing funeral arrangements had not yet been made. Mrs. Don Wood of Algona is a daughter of Mrs. Homervold. Miss Phyllis Rich and William Lamuth, Des Moines, arrived Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. They will stay for the weekend. MITU'K (|F TXCOUPOIIATION KI \/. nit A i.\, i.\r. niiYi. is hereby Riven of the In- -imriillon (if (he Kunst Groin, Inc., ll MS priuclpiil place of business .sli.y. Isossulli County, lown. ^rnenil Mature, of (lie business ID lie transuded by this cor- l">r:iiion sliull lio: To liny, sell, re- ci.h-,.. siore. consign, dent | M ,and linrUle on commission, or Jn any olli..r in:] nner. enal and other fuel of '•v»ry kind ,'in<l description, grain, liv.-Kioclc mid other farm products .•ind tirudnee, Hirm implements, lum- licr niMl irene nil building material •'Hid 1" Iniild. erect, e(|nlp, own, l".-i'-e. in-iinhiin, operate, buy. sell, tr.'msiVr and exchnngo elevators, wnre houses, mills, sheds, offices ar.,1 i.'riiiiniils, mid to buy, own, sell. e\eh:ins.'e. transfer and deal In real |1SI! f 'ill kinds and descriptions. including lease holds, and lo priga/re ii: any other general business of like and relaled natnro and to do all limits .necessary and proper to the conduct nf i bo business above enum- fi'.-iled. Tin; authorized capital stock of Ibis corporation shall be Five llur- dred (.linn shares of common stock wlih. a par value of ($1(10.00) One Hundred Dollars per share. The '•;i|iiial slock may bo increased by v "'" " r Ibr fum-llis nf all Hie slock i.-sued „„,! oiilslnnding nt any such 229 FOR IMMEDIATE CITY OR COUNTRY DELIVERY Now In Stock! White Cedar (Untreated) Creosoted 8" Dia. x 8' Long Poles and Boards To Make Temporary Corn Cribbing F. S. NORTON & SON Coal . . . Fuels . , , Buliding Supplies tlmfe. When the capital stock Is to he IfitMftsed, the ndclltiftnal shares shnll bft offered to thfl existing stockholtlors pfoportloniitely to their holdings nt Hot less than tho par Value. Nntio oC thp shares shall he IrntiRferahle except: upon the hnoks of Iho rnrpnfatlon nnd the following restrictions nro to be placed upon paolv xhnvn nC stock: "He- fore Ihe holder of record or olher- wls(uniHN f sell, Rlvo, devise or otherwise trnnsfer a shnro or sl.ares to any person olher than the Incorpnr- n tors nnmert herein such holder shnlt ennso (li« Hoard of Directors of tho corporation, of which the President shnll ho one, to appraise the sharer or shares, and din 'holder shall offer (ho share or shares to Ih'c Directors for the use of the Corporation at the appraised value. Tt the Dlix'ctors do not e\erclso their option lo pnrch.isn the share or shares for Iho use of llm Corpora- lion within thirty days of such appraisal. th<> holder tn.iy dispose of (he share or shares lo whom and In such manner as l.o may see fll. None of tho snld cnpllal stock shall ho Issued until tho same Is cither paid for In cash at not loss than the par vnlno or In property as provided hy Inw. The time of eommenc.eriient of this corporation shall ho Iho dalo of Is- sunnco of Certificate of incorporation by the Secretary ot .Slate ot I lie Slain of Iowa., and the termination shall he twenty years from said dale. This corporation may bo dissolved nt any lime prior lo Iho dnto of Us lennlnallon by n mnjorlty volp of the stockholders. * The bush:*** affairs of this corporation shall be managed and con- I rolled hy n Hoard of Directors con- sIsllMK nf not less than flvo and not more that: seven as dttlermlned by llm Kloeltholders at the nnnual stockholders meeting, who shnll Imld office for on-e year or unlll llii'lr successors are elected nnd 'liiallflnl, and Il.-e directors shall he elected annually by the stockholders ill tin- regular annual infOIIng of Hie Hlockhodcrs of Ihl.s corporation, .•mil unlll tho next nnnual meeting f (ho stockholders of (his corpora- tliui, the following persons shall bo illri'clnrs, to wit: Krcd A. Dlekmann, Wesley, loWa. -Arlhur Mnass. LuVorne, Iowa Arthur 'W. Itlley, I,uV'ernn, Iowa Hert C. RnmiiH, JjiiVerno, Iowa Harold H. riillllps, l.iiVernc. Iowa Tim directors ot (his corporation immcdiatcy nflcr their election nt HIP uiMiuiU meeting shall meet and elect from their nnml: thn officers Of. tl porntlnn sliall be, to Wit: . ; Fr#d A, Dlekmann, President At-lhur Mftflds, Vlee rrflgia«tit Fred A, Delkm'anii, Secretary Fred A. Dlokmatin, Trfasjtrer Rnch director shall ho ft, stockholder nnd It any director Shall CiSftse to bo a stockholder In this corptfratlnn ho or sho Bhnll ntitomallcnlly cense to bo a director. Tho Jtoiml of Directors may fill nil vaennclcn occurring In Its members between' annual meetings hy the appointment of n, qualified person to hold ,llw office for (lift remainder ot the term. The animal meeting of tho stoek- lidldnrn shall be held at thfl prlhol-' pal place oil business 6* tne &6fp6f- fttlon on th« thlfnC Mnr.diiy (ft Atjft* tist of each yftitr t*dr the elcetlon'of tllrectors (indjld WAtiiAot 8.«S> othet tiimineas of, tho corpoPftftoH. as shall he. riecorfsary dnd .proper. J'rlvnln •prnptjttv.of the stockhold- crs of this corTfeftition shall nnt b« llahln or s.ntijoct to the debts ot thfl crirnoT'jl tlpn. '• . , ,-i Dated flilfl 20t1i" ffay oJ Augiist, INC. Fred A.\T)lekmnnn, President. Fred A. Dlekhlann, Secretary & Treasurer. . 33-al elect from their number a president n vice president, a secretary and a treasurer. Any director of the cqr- pornlion may hold any one or moVo offices If so ordered by the no, of Directors. Tile Hoard of Dir ors shnll have tho right and •TrT,,n V ?'" <olr " n ' : nssistnnt sec .11 > and treasurer who need not •id rector ot the corporal lo,,. I <" tl.o nfxt nil mm I mcellng As Mai«fs Became Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Improvement Plan for I Home Modernization Investigate This Plan N6w,'If You Cdjjii£J3n)|>late Building or .,,, Modernizing,,, Cbrti.e in and Talk It .Over F. S. NORTON & SON ti ) PHONE 229 ' -ANDIRONS AND EPLACE JUST RECEIVED!—beautifully matched sets of fireplace' accessories. Other newly arrived.merchan'djsej? sam[%d .-below at typical thriftytprices. '•% V*Sir\iClV - ' Medicine Cabinet, Bathroom Accessories Matched design accessories to modernize bathrooms. MEDICINE CABINET Plate glass mirror, 3 adjustable glass shelves. cealed hinges. For flush mounting Con- TOWEL BAR Sturdy metal bar, heavily chrome plated.: 95° Matching Toilet Paper Holder ! : White porcelain and chrome finish Bathroom Scales (enroute) CARPET SWEEPER Gets all the dirt. Pushes easily, quietly, ball bearing rubber tired Wheels. Rubber cushioned all-around. Handle lays flat to allow sweepei to go under iow furniture. IRONING B A really solid folding ironing board. Extra stroii? legs and braces prevent wobbles or swaying. Rubber tipped.legs. $445 $495 $595 'Andirons and FIREPLACE SET Antique Bronze and steel andirons and set consisting of longs, shovel, log hook and rack. ANDIRONS Set Fireplace Set $29.50 $1295 FIREPLACE SCREEN Brass frame with 2-way hinges, attractively finished in antique bronze. Fine wire mcsli, stops dangerous sparks. Handles for carrying when folded. For smooth, even Power all year 'round, v Yotfve got to hand the prize to Phillips 66 •Phillips engineers and sciert- : tists control Phillips 66—' , match it to your driving conditions for greater efficiency each season of the year! / Try this "laboratory-conr trolled" gasoline. See if it doesn't mean smoother opera- • tion in hot weather, quicker starts in cold. Get it at the orange-ahd-black sign of "66". ALL VEAR 'ROUND PRIV/N& PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE < Harms Oil Company, Dist. •'.".' .• A . '. &. .• f< '• • •. ^'* ,....-» Harms Super Service Statiqn , f . Herman Waller, Tank Wagoiit Agent • "Geo. Harris, Operator and Manager ' Phojie 74 •-•',' State and Jones Albert Hagg (Formerly Johnson's) , H On Highway 18 Frankl Phillips Station (Formerly, Klamps) State and Jonea t» i t v ftriq . J"ii DeLuxe Covered SAUCEPAN Copper bottom aluminum saucepan, 4-quiyt size'. Plastic handJes. Beautiful polished finish. $060 The ALGONA H A R D W A R E O. F. Peterson AN P H 0 M E EQUIPM E NT »*>* ^ i £'^__±_ > '-I. > Football

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