The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 21
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' WESLEY By Mr*. Viola SfudW Mr and Mrs Art Haverly of Bloomer, Wis. spent several days over the weekend visiting his two brothers, Henry and James Haverly and their families and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Ernest Sheets and sons of Des Moines spent the weekend here with the Paul Flahertys. Sister Gertrude Ann left Monday evening for Notre Dame, Ind., where she is Director of Admissions at St. Mary's College. She had spent a week at her parental, Mrs Mary Otis home. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman returned from Colorado Springs, Colo. Monday. They had gone out with their son-in-law, and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Kain of Algona on Tuesday and on Saturday they attended the wedding of the letter's daughter, Sharon Kain to Maurice E. Myer. Memorial Day guests at the Vincent Doughan home were Genevieye Doughan of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr and Mrs Roger Doughan of Clarion and Mr and Mrs Phil Ballard and son Kevin of Algona. Betty Tjaden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Tjaden, graduates L. S. BOHANNON about this question: "On construction jobs. I've heard of children or visitors falling into unguarded excavations, hit by a falling rafter, or cut by a protruding nail. Is Contractors Liability insurance the best way to protect against lawsuits and damage claims?" For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. Made fay KRAFT lorn the one and only MIRACLE WHIP and special pickle relishes from a four y*af course at Iowa State College, Ames. She will teach home economics at Honk Rapids he*t year. Saftfts ol iwaiflafe wins frafs- lished Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church tot Sharfene Martin, older daughter of Mr and Mrs Reese Martin and Dohald Hauptman, son of Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. They are to be married Thursday, June 20 in the local Catholic Church. Mr and Mrs Orville Beenken of Buckingham spent the week* end at the parental, Hans Been* ken home. Duane Beenken was a member of the senior class at Titonka and graduated Tuesday evening, May 28. He was SalutatOrian. Harriet Beenken ft. N, and Justine Willmert R. N. of-Albert Lea were Memorial Day guests at Hans Beenken's. Mrs Lena Warner of Ledyard spent last week with her sister, and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson. Another sister and husband, Mr and Mrs M. J. Nemmers of Waterloo are spending 10 days at the Ackerson home. Nancy Tjaden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Tjaden, graduated from Titonka school, May 28. Guests at the Tjaden home that evening after the exercises were Maurice DeBoer of Wesley, Mrs Bendina DeBoer of Kanawha and Mr and Mrs Forrest Eckels and family of Britt. The Prairie Pals 4-H girls and their leader, Mrs Herman Wise, attended Rally Day at Swea City Saturday, June 1. Mr and Mrs Charles Price, Jean and Don and Gloria Wise attended the Hiatt-Hunt family reunion June 2 at Marshalltown. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger and family moved Saturday to the Krieps property in Sexton. Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig and Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich of St. Benedict went to Dedham Thursday where on Friday morning they attended the funeral of a nephew, Harlan Rodrick, 46, who died of a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Joe Studer and family, Mrs Norbert Hilbert, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Studer, and Mr and Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher of Wesley attended commencement exercises at the High School, in Titonka Tuesday evening, May 28. Roger, a son of Mr and Mrs Joe Studer was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs- Will JCetchln "Sr. of Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Will Ketchin Jr. and family of Vinton were Sunday dinner guests in the Don Kraus home. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovland and family of Minneapolis were Memorial Day guests of the George Ricke family. Mrs Kunz will entertain her bridge club Saturday, June 8. ^Mr ahd Mrs Robert' D. White and family moved Saturday from Bradgate into the Lou Lickteig house vacated by the Al Loebig family who moved into the Joe Miller house. Mrs White has been hired as coach and instructor in the public school. Mr and Mrs Leo Ble*ich, who were employed in Ames the past 9 months came home Saturday for the summer months. Mr and Mrs Fred Bohn of Eft. Paul were business callers in Wesley over the weekend. Janice Paulson, who graduated May 29 from Waldorf College, Forest City, was accompanist for the Chapel choir at their spring festival. Marilyn Simpsop of Algona was a weekend guest in the Elof Pearson home. Mrs Johanna Hansen of DCS PRATT & LAMBERT OIL STAIN and "38" PALI TRIM VARNISH P&L Oil Stains bring out the full, rich beauty of wood grain. Blond as well as traditional effects are easily produced, Then preserve the finish with P&L "38" Pale Trim Varnish in Gloss, Satin or Dull. It's really pale and du» fable, too. Stop in and talk over wood finishing with us. We have the know* how and the right Pratt & Lambert materials for every job. Building Supply Co, PAINTS anfl WALLPAPW iflO fait Stale Phan« <JY 4-373X Moines 5s spending several weeks With her daughter, Mrs Paul fingeh and family. _Stfhday guests in the George Oeitjj hotne were Mrs Helen Johnson and ^foe, Mr and Mrs Edward L. Johnson, Jerry and fimmy and Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy. Julia Rahey came home Wednesday, May 29, from Clark College, Dubuque and Ellen Root came home Thursday from St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minn, to spend their summer vacation at home. St. Benedict By Mr* Philip Arndorfer A shower honoring Marilyn R&eder was held at the St. Benedict school hall May 26. Court whist was the entertainment and high was won by Irene Klein, low by Katherine Seiler, and door prize went to Arlenc Arndorfer. A large crowd attended and the bride-to-be received many gifts. The Town and Country Club met at the home of Mrs Don McCarthy Wednesday, June 5. Secret Sisters for the past year were revealed and hew names drawn for the coming year. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorf&v and George Simons attended the funeral May 28 of Alfred Bayer, 46, a cousin of ;Willey, la. * Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer drove to Gnrner Sunday to visit Nick's sister, Sister DeSales before her departure for the summer to Chicago. < June 4 was the wedding day of Leroy Grandgenett and Marilyn Roeder in the St. Benedict Catholic Church. Their dinner and reception were at the KC hall and they treated their friends and relatives to a dance thai evening at the Plantation. NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF EXISTENCE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the existence of Algona Theatre Company, Inc. has been renewed for a period of twenty years, to commence on the 30th day of June, 1957 and to terminate at the expiration of twenty years from said date, pursuant to Ch. 384, Title. XIX of the 1927 Code of Iowa and the laws amendatory thereto, and that the amended and substituted Articles of Incorporation of said corporation prpytde. aa.fqllpws; , . (1) The ! name otf..y»a;.Corporation is Algona Theatrfe Company, Inc. and its principal place of transacting bus<n«><;s is in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. >..; The general nature of the business to be transacted by such corporation is: to own, lease and/or operate motion picture theatres, and vaudeville houses. (3) The amount of capital stock authorized is $25,000., divided into 100 shares of the par value of $100 each, and 250 shares of the said capital stock -are issued and outstanding, for which the corporation has been paid the sum of $25,000. (4) The corporation commenced its 6fi of June A.D. 1937; and its corporate perloSJ Si fixed t»y its original Articles of Incorporation expires on the 30th day 1 Of June A.D. 1957; and i* hereby extended under this renewal for a further period of twenty (20) years. (5) Tfie affairs of such corporation are to be conducted by four directors, and until Uie first annual meeting of the stockholders, after the date or renewal of existence, the following named persons, to-wlt, N. N. Blank, J. N. Bldnk, L. J. Wegener and E. R. Lehman, shall be the directors of the corpfcratiOn; the executive officers of the perforation shall be a President, a Vice-president, a Secretary and a Treasurer who shall be chosen by the affirmative vote of three of the Board fit their first meeting after tho first annual meeting of The stockholders described above. Until the annual meeting of the directors In 1958 M. N. Blank Shall be President and Treasurer, J. N. Blank shall be Vice President and Secretary and E. R. Lehman shall be Ass't. Secretary and Ass't. Treasurer. (6) There is no limitation on the amount of Indebtedness to which said corporation may subject itself. (7) The private property of the stockholders of such corporation shall be exempt from the debts of said corporation. Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, this 27th day Of May. 1967. M. N. Blank, President E. R. Lehman. Ass't Secretary (Published June 13, 20, 27 and July 4. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Dos Moines) 24-23-26-27 m « •!* Hilions Super Serv . tire and repairs ncl 1Q , ._ Algona Jmpfement Co"""repairs ISM " 1 Herman M. Brown if • pairs Ky's Oil Co.r'gas" Public Safety Fund" Albert Boekelman. salary Rirhnrd Groen. salary ' ""' brrif-sl Hutchiwjn, salary f-'tr,- .lorgenson, salary Konncth McBride. salary 2 *-Jf 206 B5 \\illin 172.27 166.13 nm Ankenbauer. salary 1574' •>R Vnlol r ,t^.-.. * --- i2''3~ . James Volgt, salary Ira Kohl, salary ' Iowa State Bank. Wholding" 13500 20.00 121.20 cetmcit. MINUTES The City Council met in regular session May 15. 1957 with Mayor Cameron C. Shierk. and the following rouncilmen: Furst, Laird, Dreesrhan. Parsons, Richardson. Absent: Elberi. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. Mrs Evers request to close Maple Street from Main to Johnson Street was declined. Final notices for sidewalk repair and const nu-tion will be sent by the Clerks office. Four man Police team was sent to Pistol Tournament at DCS Moines. Purchase of a distributer was approved by the Council. Crosswalks at the Intersection ol Kennedy and Thorlngton are to bu Installed. Township Trustees met with the Council for further discussion on fire protection. Storm water problem was discussed at Roan between Neb. and McGregor. Two building permits were rejected and 17 building permits were granted. Cigarette permit granted to Viking Quit Claim Deed running from Ednn M. Smith. Leona May Smith, David A. Smith, Esther P. Smith and the Algona Community School District to I he City of Algona, Iowa, was accepted. Resolution authorizing the transfer of funds was passed and adopted. First reading of an "Ordinance creating and establishing fire zones" was passed and approved. First reading of an "Ordinance 1o adopt by reference a complete building code regulating the erection, construction, enlargement, alteration, repair, moving, removal, conversion, demolition, occupancy, equipment, use. height, area and maintenance of buildings and construction; to provide for the issuance of permits and collection for fees and to provide penalties for violations" was passed and approved. Resolution consenting to application for annexation was passed and op- proved. Resolution consenting to partial vacation of plat was passed and approved. Following claims were allowed: General Government Fund David A. Smith, salary 129.60 Advance Pub. Co., legal pub.-. 32.'J5 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., leg. pub. and supp. 120.27' Hutzell's. supp. 58.01 Mason City Blueprint Service, . maps , ; 21.86 Street Fund . Jess Lashbrook. salary ,: 537.97 Albert Pergande. salary ._• 115.-15 Glenn Burtis, salary 115..]5 13.56 2.50 7.25 112.15 B:W 4.35 no.in 100.20 232W1 12.2!) a.no 24 73 81 03 8-l'B2 742? HS !I5 gn'jjr, 49 «0 ]7<)7 12072 . 2. 40 3945 1 19 2.4B T 'ded & A * enc - v '"Fund". " pVnsfon Al°ona Fire Co.', services ..... I'Pper DCS Moinrs Pub Co subscription ' ' " Knssuth Mo'or Co. .""oil "chanKc «nd grease Hutzeirs. supplies __"_ Hich.-Md Gro?n, expenses H. •n"'s Radio & TV. repairs""" f-'.phor Shooter's Supply, supp! 1 'ivlor Irnpl. Co.. repairs Algona Electric, wiring Hilton's 'Super Serv.. pas & ~ wash ...... Greenberg Auto SUppiyi'mdse" Sanitation Fund Chester Schultz. sslnrv 22J (in Charles Schaeffer, labor ...... 2!) "1 John Bahr, labor ........ ' H"inor Helmers, labor Reakus Helrm;rs, Inbor " George Welg. labor ..I James Esli. salary . Fred Gronbach. salary .." Iowa Slate Bank, w'holding tax Ready-Mix Cone. Co., mat. Zeirller Cone. Prods., block ____ Miller Lumber, materials 929' Hilton's Super Serv.. gas and repairs ------- ..... ... ..... ------ 10 . 0 n Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., ad and service ________ ....... .. ._ 25 no Algona Lnundrv, cleaning ..... 1.87 Advance Pub. Co., supp. ______ Central Petroleum Co.. oil Hilton's Super Serv., fuel A rnon's Paint Store, mdse. ..__«, . Hall-Strahorn, mdse. _______ 1573 Algona Flour & Feed, seed . 1505 F. S. Norton & Son, post & labor ........ ___________ . • 1702 .Inhn Eller. labor & repairs "" 75.00 Myrtle Rulledge, labor ________ 10.V5 Recreation Fund Advance Pub. Co., supp. ____ 6.15 Debt Service Fund Iowa Mutual Tornado Ins. Assn., interest ._ ...... _______ ..... ___ 576.00 Iowa State Bank, interest .. 707,50 Iowa State Bank, int. ...... 11250 Security State Bank, int. ____ 420.00 Iowa State Bank. int. __________ 97.50 Iowa State Bank. int. . ..... _____ 347.50 Iowa State Bank, int. ________ 133.75 Iowa Slate Bank, int. .. ...... 420.25 Iowa State Bank, int. _________ 36.00 Security State Bank, int. ...... 22.50 Iowa State Bank, int. __________ 25.00 Iowa State Bank, int. ________ 161.50 Iowa State Bank, int. ___________ 75.00 Iowa State Bank, int. ._.. ____ 1,101.23 Iowa State Bank, bond & int. 1.050.00 Iowa State Bank, int ____________ 472.50 Iowa State Bank, bonds & int. 11,936.25 Airport Fund Glenn Burtis, grading ________ 28.00 Algona Municipal Utilities, water 6.!)9 Beecher Lane, mdse. __________ 4.36 Fillmore County Nursery, plants 53.00 Hail-Strahorn, mdse. __________ 4.17 Cresco-Unlon 'Elec., elec. ______ 40.37 Bradley Bros., lever __________ 7.50 Munclpal Enterprisei Algona Cemetery Assoc., taxes 1,894.03 Parking Meter Fund Raymond Krebs, salary ______ 173.82 N.ancy Sands, salary __________ 76.05 Iowa State Bank, w'holding tax 41.10 Trust & Agency Fund, pension ded ...... . ...... . ...... ______ 2.03 Klopp Engineering, repairs ... 3.35 Now! Coke in King-Size! ! A GREAT NEW BUY! World-famous quality at the popular 12-ounce pricef Serves 2 full glasses So good In taste-In such good tasteTNow" it's )us{! as thrifty to bring home the Coke! So why settle l-jt-.jjjeJ- i for anything less than Coca-Cola T,. the 41* —*"<-••-««i!a»«loved sparkling drink in all the worldl *««" a « ugnnw nut-wiM Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by Hymboldt, Iowa . SIQN OF GOOD TASTE Mineral Springs Coca-Cola Bottling Co./ WOflCfi Of tttCOWPOftAttOlf tit MILLER STEEL BTJILDTOCJ 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, repairing or doing any other work in connection with any and all classes of buildings 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, brtek, concrete, masonry, macadam, plaster, plastic, glass, cement, granite, stone and other products or materials. The authorized capital stock is $50,- XKI.OO all of which is common stock, S7000.00 which has been paid up and ;he balance of said authorized stock to be paid upon the election of the directors. The corporate period commenced on Thursday, Jun« 13, 195? Algona (la.) Uppor Gn the 24th day of May. 1957. and shall continue for a period of twenty (20) years from said date unless sooner dissolved in accordance with law. The business and affairs of the corporation are 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 fltst Monday of January of each year at the principal place of business. In all elections for direciors. every stockholder shall have the right to vote in person or by proxy for the number of shares owned by him for as many persons as there are directors to be elected or to accumulate such shares and give one candidate as many votes as the number of directors multiplied by the number of his shares shall equal, or to distribute them on the same principal among as many candidates as he shall see fit. At all meet- Ings of the stockholder*, «de*neMI*r« owning a majority of the capital ft«fc of the corporation shall be pre«irt in order to constitute * tfaontm. TtW Officers of said eorpoTdtton «h*n C« elected Immediately folJoWltlf ?h» Sf»- •nial meeting of the stockholders XttA each director shnll be entitled to Wrte vote for each officer. A majority 8WH1 elect. The Board of Director* may ifll nil vacancies occurring 1H It* msm'bW- ship between the annual elections cy the appointment of qualified persotl* to hold office for the retnalnder of the term. All of the Directors mart be stockholders. The following ptrsons shall constitute the officers of the corporation: Orval L. Hakes, President; E. C. Henntngsen, Vlee-Presl- dent; E. C. Henntngsen. Secretary; and Orval L. Hakes, Treasurer. The private property of trie «OcK- holders of the corporation Is exempt from the debts of the corporation. MILLER STEEL BUILDING COMPANY, INC. By Orval L. Hakes. 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