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February 23, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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Madrigals of Dr. Latham to Be Published CEDAR FALLS--Two madrigals · composed by Dr. William Latham ot the Iowa State Teachers College music faculty, have been accepted ·for publication by the Mercury Music Corporation of N'cw York. Onc'ot the- madrigals, "Flow,' 0 "My Tears," will be presented at the Teachers College Madrigal group's spring concert. The second is "Sister, Awake," a three-part madrigal for women's chorus. Dr. Latham has had two works published by the Jack Sprat Company in Old Greenwich, Conn. They arc "Sonata for Oboe and Piano" and "Fantasy Concerto for Flutes and String Orchestra." He also has composed a chorus and orchestra number for the University of Minnesota chorus which wilt be performed this spring, and has contracted with the Clayton Summy Company in Chicago to compose a work for high school chorus and orchestra. A member of the Teachers College faculty since 1940, Dr. Latham completed his undergraduate and master's studies at the University of Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati College of Music. He received his doctorate in music composition from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. Funeral Held Monday for Drowning Victim IOWA FALLS--Funeral services or- Jerry D. Hurst, 23, hospital corpsman, vvho was drowned Jn ,he Inchon Harbor collision Jan. 21, were Monday afternoon at the Foster Funeral Home in Webster City. Burial was at Webster lly. The young man was a son of Mrs. Matt Roberts of Iowa Falls ami Richard Hurst ot Fort Dodge. Other Iowa Falls survivors include his maternal; grandmother, Mrs. C. A. Bryson; a sister, Janet Hurst; a half-sisler, Linda Pringle. Japanese Returns Osage Friendship OSAGE--Walter Laughlin writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Laughlin that he has been in the home of Tamio Kato, in Kobe, Japan. Tamio Kato was the Japanese guest who came to Osagc Cor the Thanksgiving holiday, staying at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. An drew AngelJ. He returned at var ious intervals and a close friend ship resulted. Now it was the plea sure of the Japanese instructor, in a Congregational college for girls, with 2,000 attendance, to entertain an Osage boy. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Richard Langcrud are the parents of a da lighter'born Feb. fi, at the hos pilal at Foresl City. Mrs. Langerud is the former Mavis E r i e k s o n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced M«n NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone 977 LEGAL NOTICES I'll It LIC NOTICE OF MKAKI.VG Public notice Is hereby given that a meetlne of the Board of Adjutlment of HID City of Mason City, Iowa, will be held nt the City Hall In Mason City, Iowa, on Monday, March 8, 1054 at 4:00 o'clock p.m. at which time ami place the following retiuetti w i l l corno on for henrins: Miller Danlelson--to reconstruct existing open front porch Into an enclosed v v H l l b t i l a on Lot 138. Foreit Park Adf l l t l o n . also known as 1128 1st. fi.W. This in In violation of Section 59. Chap- lei- 38 of the ncvlsed Ordinances ot 1953. Any person interacted therein may ap lc«r and f i l e objections to this request. W. r.. NICHOLS. Chairman Hoard of Adjustment .VOTICK Of THE APPOINTMENT OF K X K C U T K I X STATK Ol-' IOWA. Cerro Cordo County ss No. H'MU. Notice I* hereby g i v e n , that the under Jl/iud has been duly appointed and qunli fled aa Kxecutrlx of the ettate of David O. I'atlen, deceased, late of Cerro CJordo County. All persons Indebted to suld estate are reqiieifed to make Immtdlala pay merit; and thoie having clalmi against the tame will preicnt them, duly aulhentl c a l e d , to the undersigned for allowance and file In the office ot the ClerU ol the District Court. LORETTA A. PATTEN WESTFALL. LAIRD It OURINCTON Attorneys Dated February 8th, 1954. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By JO ANN MULLEN, Deputj NOTICE OF AMENDMENT To Whom It M » y Concern: Notice is hereby given that the AI.DENS MASON CfTY, INC., has amended Its articles of Incorporation by striking out Article V, and by subsltltutlriK In lieu there of a new Article V which rcidi «i followi: "ARTICLE V. The amount of capital stock authorlud a Six Hundred Fifty Thousand 'Dollars JI150.000.00) divided Into three thousand Ivu hundred (3,500) shares of Class A Stock of thu par value of One Hundred Joilurs ($100.00) each, and three thousand .3,000) shares of Common Stock of the par value of One Hundred Dollars (t 100.00) each. "The board of directors may declare and tie corporation may jiay dividend* us permitted by law on the Class A Stock and on the Common Stock, share and chare illke. No dividends shall be declared or ald on cither the Class A Stock or on the Common Slock unless a. dividend In an equal amount per chare shall be de clared and paid on both such classes. "The corporation may at the option ol he board of directors, redeem the whole or any part of the outstanding Class A Stock at any lime after Issuance thereof by paying One Hundred Dollars {JIM.001 lor each share thereof, together with » sum of money equivalent to the amount ot any dividends declared thereon and re mainfng unpaid at the date of redemption Notice of such election to redeem shall, not less than thirty (30) days prior to the il.ilc upon which the stock Is to he re deemed, be mailed to each holder ol stock 10 to be redeemed at his address as it appears on the books of the corporation. n case less than nil of the outstanding Class A Stock Is to be redeemed, the amount to be redeemed and the method of effecting such redemption, whether by lot or pro rat a or other equitable method may be determined by the board of directors. If, on or before the redemption dale named in such notice, the funds necessary for such redemption shall have been set du by the corporation no a» to he available for payment on demand to the holders of the Class A Slock so called for redemption, then, notwithstanding that any certificate of the Class A Stock so called for redemption shall not have been surrendered for cancellation, all rifihU with respect to such Class A Stock so called for redemption, including any rjghf to vote or otherwise participate In the de termination o f . a n y proposed corporate ac tlon, shall forthwith after such redemp tlon date cease anil determine, except onli the right of the holder to receive the re demptlon price therefor, but without Inter esl. "In the event of any liquidation, dlssolu tlon or winding up of the affairs o! the FROM THf orporatlon, whether voluntary or Involun- »ry. lh« . hold«r» of th C)au A Stock slull b* ·ntK!cd, before any a*Mti of the corporation nhill be dlilrlbutetl among or paid over Lo the hold«r of the .Common Stock, to h*. paid One Hundred Dollar! tlOO.OO) per ih»re, together with a «um ol money equivalent to the amount o( any llvldentU declared thereon and remaining unpaid at the dat« at mch liquidation, dissolution or vvlmlUiK up of the corporation. After the makliuf of such payment* to the oliler« of the Clasi A .Stock, the re- nainlng assets ol the corporation shall tie distributed imong the holders ol the Common Stock alone, according to th^ number of iharei held by each. If, upon »urh liquidation dl*»olutlon or winding uj, the a»«cU of the corporation distributable a* aforesaid arnonjj the holders of the Cla«9 A Stock shall bo Insufficient to pei · rnit of the payment to them of snlcl amount, the entire onsets shall he distributed rutably amcn£ the holders of the Clmi A Stock." thin 3rd day of Fcb.iiory, 1954. H. \V. JACKSON, President F. K. SCHEVUN, Secretary Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Find Healing Subatanca That Doe* Both-Relieve* Pain--Shrinks Hemorrhoids New York, N. Y. (Special)For the first time science ha3 found a now healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to stop bleeding--without surgery. Jn one hemorrhpid case after another, "very striking improvement" was reported and verified by doctors' observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. And most amazing of all--this improvement was maintained in cases where doctors' observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were ao thorough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing statements as "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" And among these sufferers were n very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, some of 10 to 20 years' standing-. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio- Dyne®)--ihe discovery of a world- famous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. Now this new healing substance is offered in ointment form for hemorrhoids u n d e r the name Preparation II,* The price is only 98(i a tube including an applicator. The name to ask for is Preparation H--at all drag stores. And reinumber--if not entirely satisfied--your money will be refunded promptly. "Tr.de Ifirt 1 102 So. 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