The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa on September 17, 1957 · 11
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The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa · 11

Davenport, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1957
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OFFICIAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF DAVENPORT MIDAS MUFFLER SHOPS. INC. Notice ii herchv siuan ... suant to the provision! of Chanter ii ji put vuue 01 xowa a cor Do your finger nails crack, split, break? Harden your nails ' too minutes-easy new way! By HELEN HAMMOND Beauty Consultant NEVER before luch an effective, effortlesi way to harden your brittle fingernails. So simple to use that this brand new product is aptly called "It's a Pleasure." . No messy, time-taking concoctions here's all you do: Jujt f(p your craefcei, &rif naij in water with a little i lt't a Pleasure" only 2 mm. ittes. Your nails start to lard-t en immediately! You don't have to remove polish. "It's Pleasure" Nail hardener actually penetrates nails gives them strength. In just one week you have longer, stronger nails you can manicure and shape with no fear of cracking or splitting. That's GUARANTEED you must b satisfied with your new nails or you pay nothing! porate charter was duly issued by ??te of Inwa to DAVENPORT MIDAS MUFFLER SHOPS, INC., a corporation for pecuniary profit ... piun-ipai piace ot Business ov uvenpon, Iowa. The general nature of the business to be transacted shaU be to sell at wholesale and retail and Install automobile parts and equipment; to purchase, lease or otherwise acquire real and personal property in order to carry out the object and DurDoses nf thi ation, to Improve, erect and repair buildings and structures of every description; to acquire all or any part of the assets, business and good will of any other person, firm. corporation or enterprise and to hold and dispose of the same; to enter into, make, execute and deliver contracts, agreements, notes, bonds, bills of exchange, mort- gages, deeds, leases, and instruments of any and every kind and character and by means thereof to acquire or grant any legal right or obligation; to borrow money and to make and execute evidences of indebtedness therefor and to secure the payment thereof by mortgage, deed of trust or pledge of real or personal property or in any other manner or by any other means; to maintain and operate one or more business establishments for the conduct of any of the businesses or enterprises aforesaid. The amount of capital stock authorized is $25,000.00 all of which is common stock having par value of $100.00 per share. No stock shall be issued until the corporation has received the payment in full therefor, except that when stock is issued for anything other than money such purchase is subject to the approval of the Executive Council of the State of Iowa. The corporation commenced Its existence upon the issuance of the corporate charter on the 17th day of July, 1957 and shall continue for twenty years. The affairs of the comoration are to be conducted by the President, Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer wiho are to be elected annually by the Board of Directors on the third Monday of January or eacn ve ar. The tollowing are the officers of the corporation at the time of the commencement of its existence: President Jerome H. Altheimer Vice-President Slgmund Altheim er. Secretary-Treasurer Audrey Altheim,er. The private prop-tv of the stockholders of the corporation shall be exempt from the debts of the cm-poration except at provided by the laws of the State of Inwa, Dated at Davermo.t, Jowa, this 8th day of August, '957 DAVtJJPORT MTOAS MUFFLER SHOPS, INC. By Audrey Altheimer Secretary-Treasurer Peosure" J 1 I A I L HARDENER Just dip ingtrs, 2j f-n minutes i lay, f orO l J beautiful, tang, taper- lj!3BL. ed, herd nails.YQXC.fcj $ must be, delighted jj-yw ! mmin dub wkk or , ' MONEY BACK f GUARANTEED v , Urge 4 i. tltt 50 NAItx 1 SHERIFF'S SALE STATE of IOWA. Scott County In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Scott County, By virtue of a Spcul Execution Issued from the office of the Cleik of the District Court of Scott County, State of Iowa, in favor of H. B. Moeller, Plaintiff In personam and against Harold D. k'.'xrdlow md Baptista B. Wardlow, Detendants, and in rem against the real estate hereinafter described dated July 30th, 1957 and to me directed, commanding me that of the real estate hereinafter described, tf the said Defendants. Harold D. Ward-low and Baptista B. Wardlow 1 make, or cause to be nnde, the sum of Nine Thousand Forty-one and 41-100 ($9,041.41) Dollars debt One Hundred Thirty-five and no-100 ($133.00) Dollars Attorney's fee Eighty-one and 75-100 ($31 75) Dollars cost $369.17 with interest and costs of 7 per cent from Dec. 16, 1956, or I levied ipon the following described real estate, lying and being situated in the County of Scott, and State of Towa, vit: Lot 8 In Block I in Beilvue Second Addition to the Citv of Bet-tendorf in Scott County, Iowa. And I hereby give public notice that I shall otter for sale at public outcry, at the Court House door in the City of Davenport. County of Scott, and State of Iowa, cn Tuesday the 24th day of September 1957, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock P.M. ot said day, sale to commence at the hour of '2 o'clock P.M. of said day. and I will sell to the highest and best bidder therefor. In cash, the above described property, or sufficient thereof to satisfy the above debt, with interest and costs. Dated thu 31st day of July 1957. C. H. WILDMAN Sheriff of Scott County, Iowa Lane A Waterman, Attornevs for PlauVI'f By JOSFXH H. TKIVSON. Quad-City Police Seek Kidnapers Quad - City police have been alerted to be on the lookout for two Inen who kidnaped a Lewis-ton, 111., police officer and later held up a service station near Hamilton Monday. The pair was identified by Lew-iston police as William Gottfriedt, 21, and John Alladin, both of Denver. The pair is believed re sponsible for the kidnaping of Po liceman Ernie Davis. The officer was released by the men following a 65-mile ride with his captors. The men had been taken to the sheriff's office for! questioning regarding the owner-j lihip of a car they were driving. ! While in the office, the men ! pulled guns and forced Davis into : .1 police car outside. i The men are described as "arm ed and dangerous." They are be lieved to be driving a blue Chev-1 rolet couple with a un visor and bearing Illinois plates. i One man is described as being five feet, 10 inches tall black hair ; and weighing about 165 pounds.! Gottfriedt is five feet, eight inch-' es tall, weighing 17 pounds, dark hair. Both men were wearing brown jackets and blue jeans. Traffic Club Barbecue Set For Thursday The annual barbecue of the Tri-City Traffic Club will be held Thursday at Indian Bluffs Forest Preserve. The grounds will be opened to members at 1 p.m., and dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. Meat for the dinner is being furnished from the prize-winning herd of R. T. Knox, Rock Island, and will be prepared under supervision of Gene Newman, Moline. In case of rain the dinner" will be served in a large tent. There will be entertainment and prizes, the committee reports. Trailer Fire ' An unoccupied trailer, owned by William Stevens, 1616 Brady St., Davenport, was destroyed by fire at Green Acres Monday night, Scott County deputies reported today. Deputies said the blaze broke out in the left rear corner of the trailer, unoccupied for three years. The Green Acres volunteer firemen were unable to save the structure. Detroit was founded in 1701 by French traders headed by Antoine Cadillac who wanted to control the entry from Lake Erie to Lake Huron. THE DAILY TIMES-11 Tuesday, Sept. 17, 19S7 The first houses in Salt Lake City were arranged in the form of a walled fort. KITTERMAN DECORATING & MAINTENANCE SERVICE Weldoa E. Froehner, Owner Industrial fxttrior Residential S.nd Blastlnf Commercial Wttir Preolin Interior Spray Paintinf FULLY INSURED PHONE 7.72ft Member Painting and Cecoratlnt Contractors el America FREE ESTIMATES JUT No Down PaymoHt At Low At$10pr mo. Ph.5-1809 JU-", and 36 Months to Pay EVENING APPOINTMENTS Wo Will Bring Sampfet To Your Homo Open Monday Nito Till 8:30 P.M. Tuts, thru Fri. 8 til 5; Sat. 9 til 5 . 'Wall and Floor Covering Is Out Busintsi and Wo Know W" 1 n PLUMB'S 1608 State St. Bottendorf, tm. Free Parking Across If. Loretta Grover Of New Windsor Becomes Bride Miss Loretta June Grover and David Lee Barton, who were wed at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in New Windsor Presbyterian Church, will reside here after a trip to Canada. , The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Grover, was presented in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton, Alpha. j Attending the couple were Mrs. Robert Hill, Miss Rita Grover,' sister of the bride, Miss Maureen Johnson, Vania Barton, George, Barton, brother of the bridegroom, Gene Barton and Terry Grover, cousin of the bride. There was a reception in the ' church parlors. Mrs. Barton, a graduate of Wi-' nola High School, attended busi ness school In Omaha and is employed at the Herman Nelson; Corp., Moline. The bridegroom was graduated from AlWood High School and is an employe of John Deere Harvester Works, East Moline. i The last of the lightships to be painted black in the U. S. Coast Guard on the Great Lakes is off the mouth of the St. Clair River at the southern end of Lake Huron. All other Great Lakes Coast Guard lightships today are paint- hi I 1P I I V i'd it p Traffic Pattern? sC J ...tryin' to Park? Com'on out to Al XL. - DAVENPORT HARVEST FOUEt BIG DAYS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY DAYS ELECTRIC TRAINS J Layaway How -lAft n dim iU7o uown prC8 2 59-pc. ARMY TRANSPORT TRAIN ' $4 A Items separately priced $21.05 ........ 1U Complete train set with 22 soldiers, 1 1 rifles, 6 army vehicles. 16 19-pe. FREIGHT TRAIN . $ Items separately priced $36.25 Includes smoking locomotive, four cars, tracks and accessories. 20-pc. DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE TRAIN m $OA Items separately priced $40,45 .TT.. Cmt A real up to date streamlined diesel locomotive, rear unit, four cars and accessories. TOYS SECOND FLOOR LUGGAGE SALE Reg. to $4 $35 id lui til Famous name luggage at a special Purchase. Choose from five different sizes. LUGGAGE STREET FLOOR PLASTIC HANGERS Re;. 49c 4i$l Plastic blouse and skirt hangers. Clear plastic. NOTIONS STREET FLOOR 2 for 1 PILLOW SALE Buy one pillow at regular price and get its twin at no extra cost. DACRON PILLOWS All white 100 virgin Dupont Dacron that won't mat, allergy free. 80 square print cover. Cut 21"x27" Usually $7.98 ea 2 for $7.98 DOWN PILLOWS Imported goose down, extra well filled. Down proof ticking and corded edge. 21"x27" Hanger tab. Usually $12.93 ea. 2 for $12.98 FOAM PILLOWS Resilient foam latex that'i allergy free, will not mat or wilt. Standard size. . . Usually $7.98 ea. 2 for $7.98 DOMESTICS DOWNSTAIRS 21 INCH DOLL $099 Reg. $3.98 21" Baby doll with Vinyl head and rooted hair that can be combed and washed. TOYS SECOND FLOOR SNOW SUITS $D88 Reg. $12.98 Warm NYLON with orlon pile lining in jacket. Detachable hood. Washable. Sizes 2-4 and 3-6x INFANTS, SECOND FLOOR WOODEN HANGERS 3Rlf4iS8c Fine quality wooden hangers for suits or dresses. NOTIONS STREET FLOOR CARDIGAN SWEATERS Reg. $5.98 $88 Orion and wool cardi-g a n sweaters. Wide selection. Size 34-40. SPORTS WEAR, THIRD FLOOR MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Reg. $&50 $4 9 Wash 'n wear cotton broadcloth with short pointed collar. Barrel cuff. White, 14'2 to MENS, STREET FLOOR SPORT SHIRT Reg. $2.98 $1 99 JL Boys long sleeve sport shirt. Many styles and colon Sizes 6 to 20 OYS-MCOND FLOOR GIRLS' DRESSES Reg. $3.98 $099 Cm Assorted cotton prints with contrasting trim. Fall colors. Sizes 7 to 14. GIRLS SECOND FLOOR MIXING BOWLS 38 Reg. $1 Set of four heat proof mixing bowls. GIFTS STREET FLOOR PIECE GOODS 89c 50 Large group of assorted cottons 36" wide. Plain and prints. PIECE GOODS, DOWNSTAIRS MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $299 Rig. to $5 From a famous maker. Ivy League and regular styles. S, M, L, and XL MENS, STREET FLOOR B-9 Parka Reg. $4 J99 $17.98 lO Water repellant Zelon treated Satin Jacket with wool lining and Mouton hood. Sizes 6-20. BOYS SECOND FLOOR LADIES' GLOVES Reg. $3 $ 2 Ladies fabric gloves in white, black, brown and beige. Size 6V2 to 7 Vi. GLOVES STREET FLOOR DRESS SALE $ 4 Reg. $5.98 Famous name dresses in new Fall styles. Durable cotton wash and wear fabric. DRESSES THIRD FLOOR FEATHER PILLOWS Reg. $7.98 $C98 Goosefeather and down pillows. Well filled. Heavy striped ticks. PILLOWS DOWNSTAIRS MEN'S SKI PAJAMAS $299 Reg. $3.98 Flat knit nylon reinforced collar. Size A, B, Q D. MENS, STREET FLOOR INFANTS' SLEEPERS $1 99 Reg. $2.98 Famous name sleepers. Two piece with feet, snap on or ski style. Sizes 1-4 and 4-8 INFANTS, SECOND FLOOR LEATHER BELTS Reg. .0 From our regular stock. All first quality. Assorted colors. Sizes 24-32. BELTS STREET FLOOR READY-MADE DRAPERIES $88 Reg. $8.98 pr. 50" wide, 90" long. Luxurious fabric in your choice of decoration colors. DRAPERIES, DOWNSTAIRS Bath Towels SPECIAL PURCHASE Bath towel $l Hand towel 59c Wash cloth 29c Extra heavy thirsty towels in 6 attractive colors. LINENS, DOWNSTAIRS Reg. $3.98 RUG RUNNER $299 Tuf' -d cotton rug runner. Ideal for halls. 24" x 72". Six decorativt colors. LINENS, DOWNSTAIRS Reg. $1.69 yd. Cotton tuitings. Cotton latin included In criiP Reg. $1.19 Voilles and Chiffon 36" wide. Print patterns Reg. $1.98 one to four yard remnants Large assortment of bolt ends ...... Reg. $6.98 Bedspreads Fine corduroy chenille with fringe .... Reg. $8.98 tufted bedspread Lint free. Full or twin Reg. $2.98 Beach Towels Large 36"x72" attractive prints SI ...69c . 14 Off $4.59 $6.59 ... $2 DRAPERY FABRIC $1 Reg. to $3.98 48" wide In assorted colors and patterns. Also 36" Glosheen some discontinued patterns. DRAPERIES, DOWNSTAIRS Reg. 85c Boys Hose . 4 Cl Fine quality stretch hose. Sizes 8 to 1 0 ... . for 4J 99c ... $2.69 $1.98 ... $1.99 ,$3.44 Reg. $1.39 Crib sheet Contour Fits 6 yr. crib. White or Striped Reg. $2.98 Cotton Blanket 2" satin binding 36"x50" Reg. $2.98 Girls cotton Blouse White broadcloth. Size 7-.14 Reg. $3 Girls Orion sweater Slip-over style. Pastel colors .......... Reg. $4 Orion and Wool sweaters From regular stock. Size 34 to 40 ....... V

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