The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1937
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re Koestlers, irt, Have Visitor Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wei fc«?r% Ca " f " arrived Ias |nday from Chicago, wher 9 been visiting and spen k here with Mrs. Wetzel' 1 Mr and Mrs. Georg ' On Saturday, Emll Wet •laughter, Mildred and son ..Pasadena Calif., Mr. and M Schmude and Mr. an. als Schmude, Chicago ar |a week end visit here. On I picnic dinner was held at ltl«r home at which the fcstlers. Jim Chrlstensens 9ha Koestler and grand- i Jane Koestler. Clinton IHansens. Brlcelyn, Minn is Amunson, Iowa Falls | present. ' spondents low Are Writing le addition of Mrs. Emll correspondent for Swea townships, total number for the Algona newspap- ten boosted to 33, a new igh. plete list of correspond- rmlter—Armstrong. Jaker—^Bancroft. Iwcott—Burt. fartlnek—Doan. ftrold Evans—Corwlth The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 15,1937 ... Bohn—Fenton. r. Rich—Four Corners. i—Oerled. in Wood—Good Hope lino—Grant. Fandel—Hebron. 1 Gelgel—Irvlngton. Warburton—Lakota. p. Mayer—Ledyard. on—Llvermore. r. Flaig—Lone Rock. otratz—Lotts Creek. i Chapman—LuVerne. It—Ottosen. Altwegg—Plum Creek. tecker—Portland. W Skllllng-^Rich Point, ilson—Seneca. tenHeld—Sexton, ust Fehr—St. Benedict. la Wagner—St. Joe. With—Swea City. I Larson—Swea Twp. h Fisher—Titonka. Is Bode—Union. ». Lease—Wesley. Sloan—West Bend, mwlth—Whittemore -otts Creek Wins, 5 to 2, Sunday Lotts Creek beat Whittemore at Whittemore before a large celebra- on crowd July fourth. Lotts Creek cored one run in the third inning. 'he score WHS one to nothing up to the eighth inning when Lotts Creek collected four runs on two hits and two errors. Whittemore scored one run In each of the eighth and ninth Innings. Leudtke pitching for Lotts Creek worked beautifully allowing Whittemore six scattered hits. Leudtke has won eight games and lost one so far this season. Lotts Creek will play Bancroft at Bancroft next Sunday. Wesley W. F. M. S. Wesley: Twenty members and friends of the Foreign Missionary society gathered at the Carl Hanson home Friday afternoon for the reg- »' nr monthly meeting. Devotions, 'The Life," were lead by Mrs. Milton Giddings, followed by the leason on Congo Crosses by Mrs. Kraus. The meeting closed with reading of the benediction by Mrs. Arthur Bottom, who presided at the meet- Ign as vice president. A very nice lunch was served by Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, co- lostesses. Kelley-Johnson Reunion Sunday Irvington: A ,group of relatives assembled at the Harvey Johnson home last Sunday near St. Benedict for the annual Kelley.John- fon reunion. Those present were the Ralph and Maurice Parsons of Irvington, Ted and John Johnson families, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch, Mrs. Alice and Stella Sabin, all of Algona, Lee Helserodt and the Harry Sabin family. Four Corner News want your new barn to last a lifetime with little or jaurs, build it of concrete masonry! This type of esists fire, weather, decay and termites—is sanitary trmm-proof-dry and comfortable-attractive in •ance. It will pay you dividends in healthier stock gger milk and cream checks. masonry gives you big value for your invest"* »*g«-«f«d blocks are easy to Jay; save labor __r. You 11 find concrete masonry ideal for dozens /uses. We'll gladly supply free booklets showing f to build. You can do the work yourself, or hire unason' contractor. r Uutttn, M Mfciwft cfcmM Mr. mid Mrs. Wm. Rich are visiting at the Ethan Light home near Bricelyn. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and the latter's niece, Roberta Barrlnger of Elgin, III., spent July 4th at Lost Island Lake fishing. The Arch Walker and John Sain families. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker. St. Cloud, Minn., and Mrs. Edith Rich spent July 4th at the Edward Rich home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa and family motored to Cedar Falls last Saturday to get their son, Donald, who has been visiting his maternal grandmother, Mrs. John Zink for a month. They returned to Irvlngton on Monday. Mr and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom, daughter Janice, Mr. and Mrs Orvllle Holdren, daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Larson Dpan, were Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil. The Everett Van Stenbcrgs and Lewis Egel started their homeward journey to Flint, Michigan, on Tucs- day morning. Enroute home they Notice of Resolution to Dissolve The Call Opera House Company STATE OF IOWA. KO.SSfTH COtTNTV 8S TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— jo notice l» hereby Riven that at a -pedal meeting of the Stock holder, of the Call Opera Hou.e Company, a corporation organized ami existing under and hy virtue of IIP lawn of the Stale of Iowa, and field at No. 30! North ThorlrKton Street, (n tlif city of Algona. State of lou-a. on the nth day of June. 1937 at the hour ..f 3:00 o'clock P M nt which nice-tins nil of il.e stock'-' noliivi-H repr.-KHntinir all O f the capital stock of xalil corporation were , HIP following resolution was OUHI.V adopted by Bald stock:, •.- , nl) "ic votes represented bv \!n, , ". c , k . of Bald corporation will make various stops, the first at Mankato to visit relatives of Mrs. Van Stenberg and the next at Lake City, Minn., to visit Everett's grandmother who is recuperating from a serious Illness. Roberta Barringer of Elgin, 111., niece of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, spent last week visiting at the Lee and John Rich homes and at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Algona. She left Tuesday morning to visit an aunt in Clear Lake enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. Linnie Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stuart and two children arrived at the George Lee tiome Saturday evening and stayed until Monday morning. Linnie and Tom are nephews of George. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and children were Sunday guests at the Lee home. Mailing List Notes of the Past Few Weeks Renewals Geo. Schimmel, Wesley. Wm. Shirley, Algona. A. V. Larson, Algona. Earl Griffith, Algona. Dr. John Kenefick, Algona. B. P. Richardson. Algona. Mrs. Jos. Stanton, Algona. Sioux City Seed Co\ Algona. Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett, Algona. W. J. Wegner, Clinton, Iowa. Dr. H. R. Gibson. Algona. E. W. Hansen, Algona. H. A. Norman, Algona. A. W. Behrends, Algona. N. E, Bartlett, Algona. Jesse L. Smith, Algona. J. A. Harig, Algona. T. H. Chrlschllles, Algona. H. E. Rist, Algona. W. A. Richardson, Algona. Wm. Runge, Algona. Mary C. Kain, Algona. Ed Genrich, Algona. Walter Klamp, Algona. H. W. Miller, Algona. N. C. Rice, Algona. R. S. Blossom, Algona. Graham Store, Algona Wm. Madson, Whittemore. W. A. Leinlnger, Whittemore Thos. Sheller, Whittemore John Cullen, Whittemore Ed Farrell. Whittemore Peter Neu, Whittemore Tom Carmody, Whittemore J. L. Farrell. Whittemore Ed Maahs, Whittemore F. M. Kpllasch, Whittemore Martin Ostwald. Whittemore Fred P. Mosbach. Whittemore Severin Ophelm, Whittemore Mrs E. C. Wltham, Whittemore. H. L. Simpson, Whittemore Elmer Weaver, Whittemore. Geo. Winkel, Whittemore. Ferm Laing, Algona. C. H. Beardsley. Algona. O. E. Hott, Wesley. P. A. Lonergan, Bancroft. Meta Gade, Emmetsburir Ralph Elbert, Algona. Geo. E. Johnson, Algona Mrs. W. D. Nugent. Algona F. L. Powell. Algona Security State Bank. Elsie Haskell, Chattanoogo. Tenn. C. E. Dearchs. Algona. Herman Dau, Burt Webb Stewart, Burt. E. M. Smith, Burt. R. P. Leason, Burt. M. J. Rieken, Burt. Geo. L. Gray, Burt. Vern Riebhoff, Burt. L. H. Hanson. Whittemore. Peter Weydert, Whittemore. Lee Winslow. Minneapolis. Dr. Walter Fraser, Algona. S. R. Parsons, Burt. Roscoe Mawdsley. Burt Wayne Keith. Burt. Marion Chipman, Burt. Maurice L. Graham. Titonka. E. W. Van Dorston. Armstrong. L. N. Bormann, LuVerne. Ed Eggert, Algona. Rt. 1. Henry Seller, Algona. Rt. 1. Klaus Risius, Lakota. Wm. O. Dreyer, Lone Rock. M. O. Richards, Lone Rock. A. L. Jackman, Lone Rock. W. M. Nelson, Lone Rock. E. B. Turner, Lone Rock. W. A. Knoll, Lone Rock. Orville Gardner. Lone Rock. New Subscriber* Fred Boettcher, Lone Rock. T. L. Anderson. Algona. A. M. Friest, Bancroft. H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Everj load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do aD kinds of draylng and hauling. Cliff Hoover, Burt. Mrs. Mary Schultz. Bancroft Edward Illg, Curry, Minn. Mrs. Anders Anderson, Omaha Henry Ewoldt, Algona. Bernice Stock, Algona. Chester Sill, Irvington. Merle Davidson, Algona. Ed DeLano, Algona. W. Mussel), Algona. Geo. Conkltn, Algona. Harry McCorkle. Algona. Elmer Cook. Algona. H. E. Micka, Lone Rock. "TODAY OUR HEALTHY DIONNE QUINS HAD QUAKER OATS" Peter Volk, Whlttemore. G. E. Ecklund, LeRoy, Minn. Herb Furst, Algona. Mrs. Elizabeth Ameabury, Algona. Arthur Ward, Algona. Hannah Behnke. Titonka. Lawrence Johannesen, Lone Rock D. J. Habeger. West Bend. H. Bnnia, St. Louis. Mo. Margaret Htillermnn, Perry, la. Art Rusch. Whittemore. Mrs. Will Berninghaus. Whitte! more. I C. O. Bailey. Fenton. SB!!Sli YEAI1 TRIU "»PH SHOWS EVERYONE NEEDS VITAMIN B. GET IT DAILY IN QUAKER OATSI ue t» loth »f Vitamin fl. QUAKER OATS ^ | | • E E BROWNELL'S Men's Air Step Shoes The only truly flexible shoe with the rigid steel arch. And besides, the magic sole and heel cushion the whole foot nt every step IAND CEMENT D»pt CM* 4M HubWU Bid,, On KolM* lows • bum D Dtiij btnu a Fouadidoai D Bucmeat walls a Milk QCiMuitf QHo«boaM* D Fireproof bom.,. IN*. FOR YOUR 11 DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 ROOMS FROM 1 Under new management thin 18-story fireproof building is being completely remodeled and refurnished . .. Every convenience, including running ice water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest pricea. • "*""" LA SALLE & VAN BUREN • STREETS Qppiosrt* LA SALLE STREET STATION < i 1C AGO ,. <OL\ Kl>, that the mlnutpn of III- upecfal meeting of the Hoard of Directors of the corporation held at i-i'i*'. •"'»' . I ?" rlh Thorl "Kton Street, ii. * r'.'f Al *f°'"». «tate of Iowa, on the 5th day of June, J937. at 2-3(1 o clock In Hie afternoon, be and Kali) mlnuii-s are hereby approved, rat- Itled and confirmed and the recommendations lo the stockholders therein made are hereby accepted and approved; RESOLVED FTRTHER. that all arts and things done by the Hoard of Directors anil Officers of the corporation from Its Inception to date be ° n .i« i e * ame are hereby approved, ratified and confirmed. The proposition of N. C. nice of Algoi:a, Iowa, to buy the real estate upon which the Call Opera Houge MA Pi rl Jo r ,i°J t * "e»fuction by nre In April. 1837. for the »um of S3 000 00 and the further proposition to dissolve- the corporation and wind up H» affair* was laid before the meeting: After full discussion and deliberation and upon motion duly made and seconded the following resolution was unanimously adopted- WHBHEAH. the Call Opera House of Algoiw, Iowa, In April, 1937, was destroyed by fire which was compensated for by Insurance In tho sum of 112,000.00: and. WHEREAS. It Is no longer possible to conduct and operate moving picture shows and do a general opera house and inovlns picture show I>UB- Ini-Hs without rebuilding said opera house; arid, WHEKEAS. the proceeds of said Insurance and the real estate upon which said opera house stood are the sole assets of this corporation, and It has unpaid liabilities or debts In Ihe approximate sum of 1360000' uml, WHEHEAH. N. P. nice of Algona. l'>wu. has offered to buy said rt-al eniute for the sum of |:),OUU.OO lu cash: ut:>l, WHEKKAS, 111 the opinion of the Hlockhuldtrs the Hald offer of the said N C. Hlce to buy said real estate .should he .iccrpled and the corporation dissolved und Its affairs wound up. he It JtESOLVED. thai the proposition "f Il.e nuid N. C. nice to buy said real estate be Ulnl the same Is hereby accepted and thu Hoard of Directors Is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to convey said real estate, suld conveyance to he exeeut- i-'l in behalf (if the corporation by tiit- l'i e.sldrr t and Secretary. uui»ii ivcelpi of the said sum of S3.OuO.uu In i'a.-li from the bald N. C. nice for (he purchase price, ami lo execute. Ull'l deliver (0 thu SUlil N. <'. Illce u U'-VM] lu said real vstiitt-. now niuru |>al-llculurlv dfti<-ril>fil a.s follows Koulh Two-Thirds IS 2-3) of Lot Three ( :l I ..f Block Twelily I-JO I of Hi.- Original I'lut of Al- lIKSol.VKH further. upon the cmni.leii it .-.ahl sal.- of nai.l real .--laic thr lu-fSlilrnt and tin- .seiTetary nf (he curpm-al ion b<- and Ihov are hei-i-hy authorized, empowered and diivrli-d ID taKf all !H-ct.-*»ary steps lo wlinl up Its ulfulrx: to pav all Its • U-bts and nblljfallons. to distribute UK- tia!aiM'<- nf any money remaining an assets antonym Ihe stockholders lu |II-II|I,H l|,.ii to their hold- IIIKS In (he corporutloiiH at the time uf final UlMtrlbutlon, to (five, publish ai:d tile written Notice of DUsulu- llun. together with I'roof of Publication, and to t-xccute and file til other Instruments and do all otVer tlilnga necessary to dissolve thl» ooi'poratlon In the manner provided by law." You are farther nollned that In Duryuunci- of said resolution the of- dcera of said corporation are taking all iiecesaai-y steps to wind up IU affairs. Dated this Cth .lay of July, A.. D., Nationally advertised at $7.5O - $6.45 Unusual Mid - Summer -VALUES- For The Whole Family A mid-season value show you really should not miss. High quality shoes at profitable reductions for the entire family. You must see these shoes to appreciate their true value. This event starts, Thursday, July 15th. Women's Air Step Shoes Handsome styles of the moment, for summer outfits. Come In and see them at this special low price. Nationally advertised at $6 now $4.95 Buster Brown Shoes for Boys & Girls True value in foot comfort Is obtainable for growing boys and girls in Buster Brown Shoes. Their sturdy leathers and long weur have made them favorites. Save by getting Junior a pair at this record low price. 1.95 3.95 Men's Summer white shoes In a variety of styles, formerly priced at $3.50 to $5 C T. CHUBB. President. llOtjCOfc: CALL, Secretary. Boy's Shoes Sturdy leathers and long wear. Take advantage of these prices. $1.95-2.45 now $2.95 & $3.95 SLIPPERS A complete line of quality house slippers and bedroom slippers. 39c to $3.0O ^^^™*^™M^ Smart styles for Girls and Misses Pretty styles packed with lots of good service. 98c to 1.95 Keep little tots foot-healthy In Buster Browns. The healthiest, sturdiest shoes In town. ——————— Women's Styles Uood news for all you quality shoppers—here are true values. EVERYTHING IN QUALITY FOOOTWEAR Come In and Bring the Whole Family $1,95 - $2,95 - $3,45 HOSIERY F I > B ;— Sheer cuii'i'ous or service weight Regular $1.00 hose _ _79c Regular 79c hose 59c

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