The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 13
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From C*i* On Na, 9 » Lakota.' Lowell, Ihe i <^ld son of Mr. and' itffs fence Greenfield between Lakota and Swea City, fell -from a ear onto the pavehient last Week Monday hefad and face cuts and bruises. Lowell is a grandson of Mr, and .' tjtehry Greenfield, north of WMttemore Whlttempre: Mrs. Gi'aCe Mueller, 'Who recehtly bought the late Harry Skow 'building, ihad it all redecorated and new fixtures installed for a first Class restaurant. She will serve rneals, lunches, and short orders. Mrs. Mueller opened the place for business Wednesday and served doughnuts and coffee to the public. REAO THE WANT ADS I'NTtlNAfloNAL \ HMVtSKft New Farm Machines International Harvester No. 30 Hydraulic Manure Loader. Type B 10-inch IHC Feed Glrin4er Double and Single Unit Milking Machines. Electric Cream Separators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Farmall H & M Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. 10-38, 11-38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Monroe Easy Ride Hydraulic Seats for H & M and F20 Tractors. Horn Hydraulic Seat Snubhers. Horse Drawn Planter with Tongue Truck and Fertilizer Attachments 238-H Cultivator for F-12 with Power Lift No. 6 Hammcrmill. . Wagon Trailers with Tihiken Bearings, Auto Steering and New 6.50x16 and 0:00x16 Tires. Tokheim Tractor Cabs for H & M Tractors. Tractor Chains in All Sizes. \Fractional Horse Power Belts and Pulleys. Adjustable Front Wheels for H & M ; Tractors. Post Hole Diggers, Tractor Mounted. Fertilizer Distributor with Auger—on rubber. Binder Twine. Knife Grinder. Fertilizer Attachments for 2 and 4 Row Planters 1-Rpw Power Drive Corn Binder with 1: Bundle Wagon Loader \ . • - '• - • '..••." •'•• : ' ' ALtJONA UPPER DBS MOINES, ALdONA, IOWA SPECIAL REBUILT MOTORS For International 3 / 2 T and .1% T Trucks EXPERT Carburetor Distributor Clutch and' Magneto Work NEW 4-Section KEWANEE HARROWS With folding draw- bar. USED FARM EQUIPMENT 3 9:00x36 Tires and Tubes. 1 10:00x36 Tractor Tire. Cream Separators. 4-section Harrow. Pontiac PARTS-SALES •-^ / SERVICE ,••. See Us for Pontiac auto repair work. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car and a good supply of genuine Pontiac parts. Algona Implement Co. McCormick-Deering Farm Machines Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall International Trucks State and Jones BODE CARNIVAL IS MAKER: RECEIPTS $1,000 Bode: The school carnival held in the gymnasium Friday evening, Nov. 1, was a huge success. The receipts of the evening topped an all high of $1,000 and the 'bai^d mothers' receipts of the evening lunch. Five hundred attended. At the conclusion of the evening's entertainment the coronation ceremony of the queen took place, Which was really impressive. Chosen from a foursome of high school girls Martha Mitsven, senior, was crowned queen and Jean Bergum was king. The remaining three girls who were also candidates for queen, Norma Jordahl, Alice Olson and Roberta Schmidt were queen's attendants. Escorts to the attendants were William Olson, Duane Buettner, and Wayne Opheim. The girls were, all dressed in forrnals. Art Jensen, president of the Bode Community club, was in charge of the coronation ceremony. Recent Brides To Be Honored With Showers, Portland Portland: Plans are being laid for showers at early dates in honor of two recent brides, Mrs. Fayne Bolie and Mrs. Raymond Eimers. Both weddings were on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10. Mrs. Miller Hostess Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Friday in celebration of the daughter Mrs. Raymond Lov-1 stad's birthday. Raymond and the two children also attended. ,x' * The Legion Auxiliary met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Scott. The Progress club will meet Thursday, Nov. 21, with Mrs. Clifford Young. All newly painted trays are to be taken at this time and the Christmas party planned, to be held at the Burt hotel. ' s * . New 4-H Livestock Club For Portland Organized Nov. 14 Portland: Nineteen boys and girls and several parents met at the Fern Drone home Thursday evening and organized a 4-H livestock club. Officials elected were: President, Donald Eimers; Vice president, Marie Young; secretary-treasurer, Roger Moore and reporter, Bernard Miller. The group will specialize in raising chickens, pigs and calves. Earl Miller is leader. A. Christmas party will be held at Marie Young's December 19. Members are, other than. ^^o^^aS^^ Gene Ringsdorf, Russell and Billy Christiansen, Richard Rasmussen, Mary Lou Shipler, John. Teeter, Marilyn and • 'Delores Trunkhill, Darlene Eimers, Pa"t- ty Ringsdorf and James Drone. Speech Class Gives Program At Burt Burt: On Monday, Nov. 11, the speech class presented an Armistice day program to the entire student body. Four Boy Scouts Jack McMullen, Harold Reimers, Lester Steward and John Groen presented the colors. .' . Wealeyans Attend 'Rites For John Monson, November 12 Wesley: Relatives who attended the burial of John Monson, 59, last Tuesday morning 'included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Monson, Ed Monson, Mr. and Mrs. Al Monson of Comfry, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrie Thorsen, Peter Wirth of Hunv boldt; Mr. and Mrs* Bud Monson, Mary Jane and Ronnie, of Nevada; Mrs. Joe Liebl, Leavenworth, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pederson, Sanborn, Minn.. The deceased died Saturday, Nov. 9 ,at vthe Jeffries Thorsen ,home, where he had been living. Funeral services were held in ,the Catholic church at Humboldt Tuesday morning. Burial was in St, Joseph's cemetery here beside -his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Monson. The family were Wesley vicinity residents years ago. Lone Rockers Give County Home Sing Lone Rock: Wednesday, Nov. 13, the Sunday school teachers of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church conducted a service at 2:30 p. m. at the county home. Those present enjoyed the singing of hymns, as well as the special numbers provided by the teachers. The pastor presented a few thoughts based on Psalm 37:1-7. The Lone Rock church will again sponsor a service at the county farm, on Wednesday, Nov. 27, at 2:30 oclock. LEGALS AOTM'H (IT I NCOHI'OHATIO.N TO \VIIOM IT MAV CONCMfiN: Notice Is. hcrohy Klvcn Hint I he nncliM'slKniitl have I'lirmc-d n irorpnr- iiI Ion under (he iirovlslons of Till" XIX, <;iiii|ilers .||)l HI r.ni. In-lnslvc- of lln> 111 1C Code uf lowu. Tim I. Ihn na mi.- nf ssilil rorpornllon is TIIOMI'SON iJlSTIIIDfTINT! i.'O.MPANV. iiiid *||K pHncijml place or liuslnusH Is to Ijo located at Al- ITOIIII, FOWII. Tlio liii-slncss In UP iransacled Sliull hi! In buy aml.si'll. »t wlioli'- sahi nr retiiil, fit rm mai'liliii-ry wurelionse cr|iil|iini'iit, still lorary t-niilncx, all lyiies nf ol«cl rk-iil np- pllanuus, jjtiKolliiC'. oils. lulirloHiitK. Ki'oa».(>.s, ollior materials or proiluutH usiHi In i.-oniii'i'iloii with the oppra- llim ol motnrs or molor vehicles liarts iii:d aceessories for trucks, automobiles, • tractors. alrplanex, farm machinery, warehouse equipment stationary engines, all types of electrical appliances and all equipment anil tools necessary to the operation of Karaites, nlllnfr stations, tvarehouses and nil other types of business where ihotor Vehicles arn repaired of stored. Said corporation <vlll engage Itself In operating shops for the re- pnlr of parts and accessories for trucks, tractors, nntomoljllcs, airplanes, farm machinery, warehouse icqulpmenl slutlonary engines and all types of electrical equipment. .Said corporal Ion Is authorized to purchase, erect, alter or lease build- in pr.s for the conduct of Its operations at siidli towns or cities as may l>o determined by Its Board of 1)1* reolrtrs, and to purchase, hold, opor- ate, s«>ll_or lease such, real estate arid pers~enal property as may be i-.ecessary for all purposes authorized, and to mortgage and encumber the same. The amount of the capital stock Is Otic Hundred Thousand Dollars 1*100,000.01) divided Into', shares of the pnr value or One Hundred Dollars ($100.110) .each. No stock shall he Issued until the corporation has received payment In full, at par, In rash or property, subject to the approval of the Kxeciitlve Council of Iowa. All shores of slock shall be transferable only on the books of the corporation, and each share of stock Issued shall he subject to the restriction that before the holder of record of such stock may sell, give, devise or otherwise transfer his whare or shares of stock to any person or persons, other than tile In- eorporalors named herein, such holder shall first offer every such share or shares to the Directors for the USD of this corporation, nnd at the same price which such holder has been offered for the sub; thereof, and said Directors shall have nr- option for thirty (.10) days from tho date of such offer In wl.lcli to purchase such share or shares of stock at a like price, but If said offer Is not accepted by the Directors within said thirty (.10) day period, then I he holder thereof may dispose of such share or shares of stock as re may see fit. Tho corporate period of the c'or- pnrallon shall het?ln on the date the Heel-clary of .State Issues a Certificate of Incorporation, and shall terminate at the expiration of twenty years from said dale.- The corporation may be sooner dissolved -by a -/It vote ol'.tb-c stockholders, present at: any animal meeting, or at a special meeting called for that purpose or by the "unanimous consent of all stockholders as provided bv law. TT« corporation shall he managed and controlled by a Hoard of Directors consisting of not less than flvo nor .more than seven, to be elected by tlio stockholders at the annual meeting which shall be held on the last. Friday . h: December, of each year. That the Board of Directors shall Immediately elect a President, VIce-l'resldent. .Secretary and Treasurer, nnd one or more of these offices may be h-eld .by any Director. In tie election of Directors and n'all oilier stockholders' meetings each stockholder shall he entitled to jne vote for each share of stock owned by him, which may be cast In persdn or by written proxy. A majority of Urn stock represented at any .stockholders' meeting shall constitute a quorum. Kvcry tjltucior must lie n Rto<!- iHildnf and the office of Hie Director shall be vacated uprfri his fciilo or transfer of his stock In said cor- porntlon. All slock In Ilila corporation.fthfllt bo non-as.tessHbl* nnd this Article cannot bn Amended without the unanimous vole of all Htoekholders. The private properly of the stockholder's at thlH corpora Hot: shall be forever exempt from the corporate debt, and the Article HO providing IK not subject to Amendment. Kxcepl BH to Articles Vir. and VIII the Articles of Incorporation may he amended by a 2/;i affirmative vote of tlic slonUl.oUler.s ut any anrunl meeting, or at any special meeting of the slockhold-crs called tot (fiiiS purpose. . ' The corporation shall havo power 1 ' to borrow money from Ump to time upon a 2/3 vole of the Dlrectbrs, The properly of tlio COrporfttlon. real or personal, may bn moHgattcu to secure flueli sums so borlrtwca. Dated this 1st day of NovemDch A. D.. 1!MO. THOMI-'HON DISTIMBUTINQ COMPANY iNconr'onATons A. V. Thompson Lord: ,S. Thompson Melvln C. Thompson Jiiissell A. Thompson !Ur«. A. K. Thompson Alrlo I' 1 . Thompson Mrs. Vivian Moore. 44-4? FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) fi&wice Day or Nighb—Telephone 11 IOWA SKY-GLASS TELESCOPE Reg. Low Price 49c SALE PRICE Ground and polished 5-x lenses. Clear sharp viiiqn. Simulated leather Finiih. Extended 15*. The Friendly Store Join in have a Coke wmwed BUY EARLY ON LAYAWAY " 1J * >I " Buildo Sel $5.95 For young "construction engineers." Precision made. Nuts, bolts, collars, pujleys are brass.* Disko wheels an excluiii/t feature. Includes headlights, and motor power, (less.batteries). Baby Teddy Bear 311.95 Fat, soft colton stuffed cuddly Teddy Bear. Made of washable wrol plush. Plastic nose and wide ribbon neck bow. Magic Skin Doll Can be bathed $8.95 Cuddly Panda 24 in. high. ...'.• $4.95 Cleaning Set For little housekeepers $2.89 Doll Hi Chair Fully upholstered. . . $4.29 Table and Chair Set • Hardwood, 3 pieces, .$8.95 Washing Machine Electric «, $7 n* ^ m 1 Doll House $3.95 Cplonjal type six-room house with decorated floors, wood porch, gable roof, decorated doorway. Windows open and close. Enameled finish. 23^' ' Fishing Kit *4.95 "R*nger"—level wind reel. Nicklij plated parts. 100 yd. capacity. 48' off-pet handle deluxe steel outing rod. Plug, baita, hook*, •to., included. Archery Set "Scholastic" set $3.49 Christinas Cards Box of 21 cards 98c Radio Set Crystal, easy built.. .$2.98 Microscope Set For young "scientists". $5.79 Chcmcraft 61 chemicals and Pieces... i...,$4.95 Electric Stove Curly Haired Poll *7.59 $13.95 p*U«* all-^,1 «tovs. Di?id«d V«ry "kumgn" beautifully 4* EfcM?fflB ISUfiir ^.W^.-wMaj • Crying voice. ^io«it head, *ra* »nd' JJoUter Set Lone Banger, 8-guuset,..,, 18,89 Swing »eat; bay; i W'81WJHMMi W? lj*j|,f$i ,

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