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4-AI0ona (la.) Upp*r BM Mdtn« Tnur»doy, Jont 20, 1957 kel and family, Whittemore?; Mr? Oda Dudding and Patsy, Mr and Mrs Dick Dudding and farrulv. Many Bancroft Menkes Attend Family Reunion Bancroft — Those from here attending the Menke family reunion at Nashua were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Menke, Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and girls, Mr and Mrs Walter Menke and boys. Mr and Mrs Johnny Mcnko, Mr and Mrs Arthur Menke and family, Mr and Mrs Jimmy Menke and girls, Mr and Mrs Ralph Menke and family. Mr and Mrs Alfred Menke and family, Ledyard: Mr and Mrs 1-toiH-it Menke, Algona; Mr and Mrs George Rahe and family, Mr and Mrs Herbert Schiltz and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Win- Mr and Mrs Joe Menke, and Mr and Mrs Henry Menke and Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing ul Ames. Winifred Kevel of Detroit. Mich., was a guest of Bess Connelly Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Perry Torine spenl the weekend with Mr and Mrs John Guy of Austin, Minn. Mrs Guy is the former Ruth Torine. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Becker and Becky and Betty Menke left Saturday for a two weeks' trip in the south and will visit Mrs Monica Deitering and family at Daytona Beach, Fla., and Mr and Mrs Tex Hammerstrom and family at Miami, Fla. A miscellaneous shower honoring Mary Kennedy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Kennedy of Armstrong, was held Sunday, June 16. in St. John's Hall. Miss Kennedy was married June 16 to Albert Kahler, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kahler. GOOD NEWS twice ayear Mrs Bess Murray 5s a patient at Mercy Hospital In Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Vincent Walsh and family of Cedar Rapids spent this week with their parents. Mian,1 Mrs H. K. Lampe. Donald Larnpc returned to Cedar Rapids with his sister. Mr and Mrs Art Welp are the parents of a son born this week it Holy Family Hospital, Esther- vine. The little boy has three sisters and three brothers. Mr and Mrs Reinhard Pottoff of Los Angeles, Calif., are here for a summer vacation with friends and relatives. Monday evening supper guests at the Lawrence Bergman home were Mrs Martha Hemmerling of Grand Forks, No. Dak., Mr and Mrs Clarence McGuire and Pat, Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss and Kenneth McGuire. A miscellaneous shower honoring Mildred Hellman was held in St. John's Hall Monday evening. Cards were played and prizes were won by Mrs Nick Reding, Whittemore, and Theresa Heiar. Miss Hellman was married here Tuesday to Francis Erpelding of Whittemore. whenVcally.worthwhile earnings ' are added to your account here- dollar proof thai it pays to save ,_ n r - where savings pay! •and now's the time for YOU to begin. Home Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n. All Deposits Insured Up To $10,000.00 PHONE CY 4-3545 ALGONA Postal Opening At LuVerne Opportunities to apply for employimjit in the LuVerne pos! office were announced in a bulletin issued this week. Examinations are for substitute clerk positions, and applications must be filed not later 'than July 20. Applicants must pass a written test and reside in the delivery area or be a bona fide patron of the LuVerne post office. Age limits are given in the examination announcement; however, there is no age limit for persons entitled to veteran preference. Interested persons may obtain further information and blanks from the LuVerne post office. SWEA CITY Mr and Mrs Clifford Anderson announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn of Portland, Oregon * to Al Miles of Salem, Ore. Miss Anderson graduated in 1952 from Swea City high school and has been employed as receptionist in a doctor's office in Portland. Her fiance is a teacher and coach. An August wedding is planned. Pastor Leroy. Pillman of Immanuel Lutheran Church visited last week with Hugo Fagerlund, a patient at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge; also with Mrs Nellie Peterson and Mrs Josephine Vedin at the Iowa Lutheran Home for the Aged, Madrid. New Officers For Whittemore Lutheran Aid Whitiemore — The members of St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Socioly held their regular meeting Thursday afternoon in the church basement. After the regular business meeting, election of officers took place, Mrs Vic Per- Vins was elected president; Mrs Wilbur Roeber, vice president: Mrs Louis Greinert, secretary; and Mrs Ralph Bauer, treasurer. Birthday Celebraiion A number of relatives gathered nf the home of Mr and Mrs Ger- qld Ollom at Algona Friday evening to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Ollom. Those present were Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Roscl- !a Voigt of Algona, Billy Johnson 5f Rolfc. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwilh. Court Whist was played at four tables, Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Harold Voigt winning high, .Raymond Voigt and Mrs Joe Nordseth, low. and Dorothy Rosendahl. travel. Following cards, a lunch was served. iar- >tto FEATURES COLOR ~ JNTHE l INSIDE ION THE OUTSIDE r 0 CHOOSE Angel Pink Sunshine Yellowy See owr complete refrige MONIQNfYPOWr 24 MONTHS TO FAY! *lf tred>*jo BIG Savings, Too CORONADO "Custom" 13 cut ft. Refrigerator 27995 3.25 per week, payable monthly Colors or white at the same low price at Gambles! Spacious interior has a super cold freezer and a door that holds jrnorer-,butter, cheese, egg? and bottled goods. See it in color I 44-2W.U (12.67 eg. ft. n»t) •If. VAlUi! CORONADO "SMper 10 UST PRICE 199-9* Low sale prl«e P" economy mpdel wl* H fc ^» n food jtorqge, door shelves, eg. ft."?*) hi 9" CQKPNADO FAN 4 W ifeii rsdjfc TV 1Q"CO*ONAPO FAN 8» s fnl Smooth running "-qutot \rnmf A_ ._ I LJ _...«. _1. .&.. _._*.&.• 13" 05CILIATING FAN 1JLOC • Ir f Mr Condi//,/, FOR QKLY minute. Adjustable lowers The immediate families of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. observed Father's Day at their parent's home Sunday. Included were Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck and family, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr., and family, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer and family, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb and family, and Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters of Lotts Creek. Mrs Herman Zumach, Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mrs Reinhard Zumach and Mrs Aurelia Leininger attended a miscellaneous shower held Thursday evening in the basement of Emmanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek in honor of Marlene Freyholtz of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and family of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Edward Ruhnke and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Ruhnke of Jryjngjton were Father's Day guests at the pi ental home of Mr and Mrs O.._ Ruhnke. Sunday evening visitors at the Ruhnke home were Mr and Mrs Herman Zurnach, Mrs Adelia Meyer and Mrs Aurelia Leininger. Monday night callers at the Delbert Wichtendahl home in honor of Mrs Wichtendahl's birthday were Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and daughters, Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen and family and Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and son and Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost and family of Huntington Beach, Calif. Mrs Ruth SchultE, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, -Mr and Mrs Norman Schltz and daughter and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were entertained at pinochle at the home of Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl Sunday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Wichtendahl. A lunch was served. Mrs Thomas Dunphy, R. N., accompanied by Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and 'Mrs Elmer Ostwuld drove to Albert Lea, Minn., Thursday, where Mrs Dunphy attended an alumnus banquet. The latter two visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith drove to Estherville Sunday afternoon to visit a brother-in-law, Walter Thompson of Lone Rock, who is a patient in the Holy Name hospital following surgery. Mrs Charles Schultz returned to her dirties in the S & L in Algona Monday following her two weeks vacation. Mr and Mrs John Struecker and sons of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Harold Behnke tand son of Sac City, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Eugene Vaudt and family of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Harlan Vaudt and family and Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs were Father's Day dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudt and family and Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs were Father's Day dinner gutsts at the parentaj home' of Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudt. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons were accompanied by Marlene Wichtendahl and Bonnie Potratz of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and family to the Potratz reunion held in Westgate, Sunday. Mr and Mj§ Edward Maahs returned home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Potratz prove to Vinton to visit an uncle, Ferdinand Schultz, then (Jrpve to Cedar Rapids, where they attended nurse's graduation exercises at St. Lukes s hospital held Sunday evening. Lita Bark' er, daughter of Mr and Mrs Loren Barker, was one of the class. Mrs Barker is the former Bertha Pft» jratz of here. Mrs Quo Ruhnke, Mrs Richard Potratz, Mrs Dora Faulstich and Mrs Ida Kuecker attended Jtjje 35th anniversary of the Emmanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid Socieiy Friday afternoon in Lotts Cregk. Mrs Potartz was a charter mem* ber of the society and was (he only one present Friday of those who helped organize the society twenty-five years ago. * ' Rev. and Mrs Paul £. Weinhqld wjifl leave for Omalju, Tuesday, 3jun<? 25, where they will la'ke a train for Anaheim, Cal./to spend a two week vacation with their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. E. W. Mathias and family. JVJr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and sorjs and Mr and Mrs Herman JS'umach and son attended the ' 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs William Zumach at their home at Lotts Creek Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith accompanied by Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bend, visited Mrs Elsie Barkley and daughter at Gilmore City Sunday. Ruth Braatz returned from Fort Wayne, Indiana, where She hed been teaching in a parochial school. She will spend her summer's vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz. St. Paul's Lutheran congregation will observe their Mission Festival Sunday morning, June 2:1, at 10 a.m. Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost ahd family of Huntington Beach, Cal., and S2/c Henry Wichtendahl, of Huntington Park, Calif, arrived Monday morning to spend a two weeks vacation at the parental home of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer ahd wn, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zii- •nach, Mrs Victor Dau, Mrs Don Conr«d, Mrs Francis Lonergan, Mr and Mrs Rex Swanson and Mrs Winfield Carlisle attended she Band Festival at Mason City Thursday. A number of relatives from here attended the wedding of Gcraldine Voigt, daughter of Mr ;md Mrs Ewald Voigt of Algona :md Walter Licht of Algona, held Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. in I he Trinity Lutheran church. A group of relatives gathered ,it the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe to celebrate the birth- clay of Brian Espe on his eleventh birthday. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and daughters of Algona and Mrs Adelia Meyer were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz. TITONKA NEWS Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell and family attended the graduation of their daughter, Kay. who received her degree from the State University at Iowa City. Kay returned home with them Friday. Mrs J. L. Intermill and daughters, Janice and Carolyn, attended the first Solemn Mass of Rev. Francis John Nemmers at St. John's Church at Bancroft at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Jr. are the parents of a baby daughter born June 5 at Park hospital in Mason City. The baby weighed 7 Ibs 12 oz. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Heyers are the parents of a baby son born May 31 at Buffalo Center hospital. The baby has been named Paul Randall and weighed 9 Ibs and 5% oz. Harry E. Wells Jr. and Collene Rippentrop both of Minneapolis were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop, her parents. Mr and Mrs John Welhouseri and family took their son, Pfc. Gerald A. Welhousen, to Des Moines Sunday where he boarded an airplane for Fort Dix, New Jersey. To Attend Anembly Among more than 1,800 Presbyterian young people who will attend the National Youth Assembly at Grinnell College from June 26 to July 3 will be John Smidt. son of Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt, of Burt. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Gets Promotion David Christensen, son of James Christensen of Burt, was promoted June 5 to the rank of Cadet Pfe. in the Army ROTC Signal Corps at Iowa State College. He has been enrolled in Army ROTC for the past three quarters of his academic career. 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, 1D57 and to terminate at the expiration o£ 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 provide as follows: (1) The name of the corporation IB Algona Theatre Company, Inc. and its principal place of transacting bus- •i-es is in Algonfa, Kossuth County, Iowa. \*i 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 corporate existence on the 30th day of June A.D. 1937: and its corporate period as fixed by its original Articles of Incorporation expires on the 30th clay of June A.D. 1057; and is hereby extended under this renewal for a further period of twenty (20) years. (5) The affairs of such corporation are to be conducted by four directors, and until the first annual meeting of the stockholders, after the date of renewal of existence, the following named persons, to-wit. N. N. Blank, J. N. Blank, L. J. Wcgener and E. R. Lehman, shall be the directors of the corporation; the executive officers of the corporation shall be a President, a Vice-Presldent, a Secretary and a Treasurer who shall be chosen by the affirmative vote of three of the Board at their first meeting after the first annual meeting of the stockholders described above. Until the annual meeting of the directors in 1B5B 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 debt* of tald corporation. Dated at Dei Molnet, low*, this 87th 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 Dei Moines) 24-25-26-27 OF of COMPANY, me. Notice Is hereby glveil of the Incor- icreby gh poratlfin of Miller St* *el 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, brick, concrete, masonry, macadam, plaster, plastic, glass, cement, granite, stone and other products or materials. The authorized capital stock is $50,000.00 nil of which is common stock, $7000.00 which has been paid up and the balance of said authorised stock to be paid upon the election of the directors. The corporate period commenced on the 24th day of May, 1967, 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 cor- Deration are to be managed by Board of Directors consisting of " member* who thill elect a prest' *ice-preitde*rt. secretary and treat and such other officers a* they n see fit or as may be provided by 1 oy-laws of the tofpowftton. Tft* mree- tors shall be elected at the anmial meeting of stockholders on th« ft»t Monday of annmty ef etch y*«t at the principal place of business. In all elections for directors, evtrjr gtoc£- holder Shall have the rt*ht to Vote in person or by proxy for the tmfKMnr M shares owned by him fo* as maay elected or to accumulate SUCH ihariM and give one candidate as many vote» ns the riumber of dlrect&rs nraltipHeo. by the number of his shares shall equal, or to distribute them on the same principal among as rnany candidates as he shall see fit. At all melt- ings of the stockholders, stockholders owning a majority of the capital Stock of the corporation shall be present in order to constitute a quorum. 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