The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 8
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(la.) Upper &*» Molne* thtmdoy, Moy §0, 1*5? Recent Bride At Bancroft \ : Mr and Mrs Andrew Manser were visited over the weekend b-. Mrs J. W. Scoltos of Ames. Mf» Esther Benson had a- callers Monday morning Mrs Loi: Lamb and Mrs Rouie Lindsay o Esthervillp. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrot! spen the weekend at Mystic with Mr Parrott's parents. Mr and Mrs Gil bert Porter John Briggs had as a calle Thursday Mrs Amelia Bolcnus o Burt who had recently returne< from a visit in California. Mr and Mrs Dale Laws expec the former's parents. Mr and Mr, John L;I\VS of Moravia as gucvt. this week, arriving Thursday. Mr and Mrs Roy Brinks am family and Lawrence Brinks ol Carroll spent Sunday evening with the A. J. Eischeid family. Ed Sloll has returned from Iowa City where he had surgery at University hospital. He is now at the Roberts Nursing home. Mr and Mrs James Will and family and Mrs E. W. Adams and family spent Sunday at Siblej with Mr and Mrs Walter Will, parents of Mrs Will and Mrs Adams. Mrs Kaiherine Simon is at home following gall bladder re moval. She was at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs Ann Shipley is staying with her during her convalesence. Linda, five,year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Bonnette returned to school following three weeks absence due to a skin allergy. Mrs Frank Moulton returned Thursday from Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, where she had gall bladder surgery. She is recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley had as guests last week Thursday the latter's sisters, Mrs James Grethen of Mallard and Mrs Mark Brandegaard, of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Albert Eischeid and daughter, Teresa of Carroll visited the Al J. Eischeid family and other relatives in this vicinity from Monday to Wednesday of last week. The men are brothers and the ladies are sisters. Mrs Deba Boekelman and her mother, Mrs Albert Sleper were visited Sunday by Mrs Sleper's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Sleper of Buffalo Center. The senior Mrs Sleper, 99, has been here the past three months with her daughter. She has been confined to bed the past i three weeks. Mr and Mrs Petty Byam are] spending Memorial Day at Sioux .iapids with Mr Byam's parents, Mr and Mrs Howard Byam. The junior Byams are also going to points in Minnesota on vacation Mr and Mrs Floyd Muitell came from Cedar Falls and spent a few days with the respective parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Hut•.ell and Mr and Mrs Perry Collins. Mr and Mrs Walter Bocekholl and 'Cheri are going to Lakota. Thursday, to spend the day with Mr Boeckholt's brother-in-law .md sister, Mr and Mrs Ed VVertjes. Mrs Maude Bilsborough ant daughter, Ila had as dinner guest, Sunday, Mr and MrsKMaurict Bilsborough and DeVere Miner of Titonka and Mrs Letha Webb and sons. Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray arc leaving this week for Gull Lake and Lake-of-the-Woods, Minn and will also visit Mrs Bray's parents, Dr. and Mrs J. L. Del more at Roseau. Mrs Mary Buengcr will spend Memorial Day at West Bend with her son and daughter-in-law, Mi and Mrs Harvey Buenger. Mi and Mrs Frank Lutz of Maywood 111., will also be guests there. Mr and Mrs Perry Byam had as guests Sunday the latter's mother, Mrs Oscar Belleman, Marjorie Byam and Maxine Reinhartz of Austin, Minn., who came to attend the graduation for Joan Byam. Mr and Mrs Warren And reason spent Sunday at Hampton with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Whorton and at Thornton with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Fred Markham. Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert Algona, and 'Mr and Mrs Leroy Elbert, Whittemore, visited Mr and Mrs Jim Elbert at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs Jim Elbert, the former Margaret Palmer, is seriously ill at the present time. Wedding Licenses May 25 — George W. Kockler and Annette Becker, Bancroft; and Frederick 'Troutman, Algona, and Diane Lindstrom, Des Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Donald Thornlon, who were married April 24 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft by Father Schultes. The bride is the former Betty Coady, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Coady, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Merle Thornton of Zearing, la. The bride is a graduate of St. John's school, class of 1953, and the bridegroom is a 1953 graduate of Zearing high school. They are now at home on a farm near Zearing. (Isaacson Studio photo - UDM engraving). 4-H — PI . .. .. Dates Set For Annual Boys 4-H Club Tours Twenty-two boy's 4-H clubs will hold their annual club tours during June. The tour is one of 'he most interesting and import- •int of all the club meetings held Hiring the 4-H year. The clubs will visit every member's project and discuss the feeding and management practices used. The tour will offer members an opportunity to see the Intost approved project practices. do livestock judging, give demonstrations, and have lots of fun "arents and friends of 4-H are invited to attend the tour in their community . The schedule is as follows — June 3 — Buffalo, 9 a.m., John "rordes; Garfield, 8 a.m., Arthur Mogler. June 4 .— Algona, 10 a.m.. Bode's. Juno 5 — Plum Creek, 8:30 • .m., Arlen Benschoter's; Whitte- nore, 8:30 a.m., Dick Kollasch. June 6 — Portland, 8:30 a.m.. Ouvis: Greenwood, 8:30 a.m., L. ' Monke; Lotts Creek, 2:00 p.m., Bierstedt's. June 7 — Fenton, 1 p.m., John Alunch. I June 8 — Wesley, 9 a.m., Pommer. June 9 — LuVerne, 12 p.m.. " uVerne Park. June 10 — Burt, 8:30 a.m.. Andrews: Prairie, 3 p.m., Studer Tune 15 — Seneca, 8 a.m., Seneca •tore. June 17 — Union. 8 a.m., K Strayer. June 18 — Lakota? 6 p.m.: Eafile, 8:30 a.m., A. C. Pavik: R;imsey, 6 p.m., Hutchinson. June 19 — Lincoln, 9:30 a.m.. Phil Winter. June 20—Grant, 8 a.m., School June 24 — Swea-Harrison, 8 a.m., Park. Moines. May 27 Kenneth Aukes, Buffalo Center, and Lillian Meyer .Lakota; and LeRoy Grandgenett and Marilyn Roeder, Algona. May 28 — Everett Thorson, Arrhstrbrig, and Marlene Carlson, Swea City. Lena Larson Of Wesley Passes Wesley — Mrs Lena Larson, 93, died early Monday, May 27, at her home. Funeral services will be held in the Evangelical Free church Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. She was born November 4, 1864 and lived in the community most of her life. Mrs Larson is survived by two sons, Leonard at home, Arthur of Buffalo Center; three daughters, Mrs Axel Carlson (Helma) of Burt; Mrs (Cora) Frank Johnson of Wesley and Mrs Ruth Johnson of Britt. New Pastor Called Swea City -— The First Baptist a pastorate at Commanche, Iowa. The Rev. and Mrs Carter have two sons, Daniel, 11, and Kenneth 9. It is expected that the Rev. Carter will accept the call, and move his family to Swea City in about 60 days. The local church has not had a pastor since Rev. Everett Beal left Irvington Ideals The Mother's Day Tea of the' Irvington Ideals was held at the home of Carol and Judy Frideres. Demonstrations were given by Donna Mergen, Karen Seiler, Carol Frideres and Mary Janice Arndorfer. A talk was given by Connie Arndorfer. A Good Grooming meeting was held at the Froehlich home Monday evening, May 13. Winners were senior class, Carol Frideres; church has extended a call to the Intermediate, Judy Froe h 1 i c h; Rev. Leroy Carter, who now has junior, Mary Ann Erpelding. LONE ROCK NEWS Richai'd Windel of Richland, Montana, was a weekend guests at the Frank Meyer home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles and family of Fenton were Sunday evening guests at the Junior Hurlburt home. Hugh Lewis of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Norman Stevens of Armstrong were - Sunday evening guests at the Wilfred Radig home. Ronald Christenson and family, Mr Will Christenson and Judy Hammerstrom were guests at the P. M. Christenson home for dinner, Saturday. Mr and Mrs Alf Kruger and family and Mr Will Christenson were Sunday dinner guests at the P. M. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Morse, Ruth Kru- and Mrs Ronald Christenson and daughter Jean were dinner guests at the P. M. Christenson home Sunday. Marietta Christenson returned home to Pueblo, Colo., Sunday. Mervin took her to Sioux City where she left by plane. Mr and Mrs Sieb, Behrends and Mr Lizzie Behrends of Buffalo Center went to Carroll to attend the christening, of the Donald Bierstedt daughter, Debra Ann. Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik and Judy and John, arid Mr and Mrs Clarence Weise of Armstrong were visitors Sunday evening at the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Oilman Warden oi Walrus, Wisconsin, called at the Wallace McArthur home on their way to South Dakota. NOTICE Of WCOftPOftATIOW OF MILLER Btfi&L BUILDING COMPANY, INC. Notice is hereby given of the Incorporation of Miller Steel Building Company, Inc., Its principal place of business being at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. The general nature of said corporation is to carry on the business of builders and contractors for the purpose of building, erecting, altering, rxpilrlnq or doing any other work in connection with any and all classes ui uuiiamgs and Improvements of any kind and nature whatsoever and to manufacture, buy, sell, trade and deal In all and every kind of materials, equipment, supplies, products, manufactured or unmanufactured, Iron, steel, wood, brick, concrete, masonry, macadam, plaster, plastic, glrtss, cement, granite, stone and other products or materials. The authorized capital stock Is $50,000.00 all of Nvhlch Is common stock, SiOOO.OO which has been paid up and the balance of said authorized" stock to be paid upon the election of the directors. The corporate period commenced on the 24th day of May, 1957, and shall continue for n period of twenty (20) years from said date unless sooner dissolved in accordance with law. The business and affairs of the corporation arc to be managed by a Board of Directors consisting of two members who shall elect a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer and such other officers as they may see fit or as may be provided by the by-laws of the corporation. The directors shall be elected at the annual meeting of stockholders on the first Monday of 'January of each year at the principal place of business. In all elections for directors, every stockholder shall have the right to vote In person or by proxy for the number 6f shares owned by him for as many persons as there are directors to be elected or to accumulate such shares and give one candidate a* many votes as the number of directors multiplied by the number of his shares shal equal, or to distribute them on the same principal among as many candidates as he shall see fit. At all meetings of the stockholders, stockholders owning a majority of the capital stock of the corporation shall be present in order to constitute a quorum. The officers of said corporation shall be elected immediately following the annual meeting of the stockholders and each director shall be entitled to one vote for each officer. A majority shall elect. The Board of Directors may fill all vacancies occurring in its membet- ship between the annual elections by the appointment of qualified persons to hold office for the remainder of the term. All of the Directors must be stockholders. The following persons shall constitute the officers of the corporation: Orval L. Hakes. President; E. C. Henningsen, Vice-President; E. C. Henningsen. Secretary; and Orval L. Hakes, Treasurer. The private property of the stockholders of the corporation is exempt from the debts of the- corporation. MILLER STEEL BUILDING COMPANY, INC. By Orval L. Hakes, President (22-23-24-25) •I •• •••••••• RAYrfarket FRIDAY • SATURDAY YOUR CHOICE • • • ROYAL GELATIN m DESSERT • In All The Asstd. Flavors 7 • • • • Boxes For BIG ASSORTMENTS OF SUN CLOTHES NOW AT GRAHAM'S! Ship n' Shore Blouses 2.98 to 3.98 Hurrah I They're here — hundreds of Ship n' i Shores in stunning sleeveless styles, even more stunning scoop necklines. Rich solids, flahy prints, and unusual woven patterns. SIZES 30 TO 40 Gay Cotton Skirts 3.98 to 7.98 Wear them with a dozen different blouses — with halters .,. they're the happy swirly kind of skirts that summer calls for! 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