The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 5, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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The Algona, tTppef Pea Moinea, Algoaa,Iowa, Atig. g, 1937 PLUM CREEK'S CLUB OUTLINES '37-'38 PLANS i Open Meetings Aug. 18; Mrs. McWhorter Is New President Irvington: The programs for the 1937-38 year of the Plum Creek Literary society have been compiled. There will be 17 regular meet- Ings with the annual banquet on December 8 and the club cooperating with the county federated meetings. The first assembly will be held on Aug. 18, a tthe State Park, daughters of the club members presenting the program and serving the lunch. This club was organized in 1911 and state federated in 1929, hence being among the oldest clubs in the county. Officers for the ensuing year are Mrs. Lewis McWhorter. president: Mrs. Hugh Raney, first vice president; Mrs. Anna Drone, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Ethel Johnson, parliamentarian. Gravel Pit Popular The most popular place these days in Irvington township seems to be the gravel pit on the LuVerne- Sexton road, which affords an excellent place for those who can swim. However, the first of these two pits has been stocked with small fish and sign posted by the game warden forbid molesting Its waters. Two Critically IH The condition of Wm. Greenfield, former Irvington resident, but now living In Algona, remains practically unchanged. Due to his advanc- "TSNT the heat something aw* fill?" But why lire in a haute that's a frying pan—that collect* sun all day long and holds it all night? A cooling layer of CAPITOL ROCK WOOL blown into tho walls and roof of your home customarily cuts inside tempera- lures 8° to 15°—deadens sound —stops fire—balks rodents—re* sista moisture—lasts permanently. Winter fDel savings of 20% to 40% soon pay (or the entire job. Get the full facts toddy. CAPITOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION We sell and install Chamberlain Weatherstrip for doora and windows. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO, lows State Dk Bldg, Algona, Iowa "Sharp Stomach Fains Upset My Whole System' Neutralize irritating will Adla Tablets. Help to prevent t eore, lurUned stomach, yet eat whai you Wiint. Adla gives relief or youi money back. Says E. Hentges: "I tried a |1.2i bottle (ll.ree weeks' tre-atmeiiu o Adla Tablets under your guarantee Now the pains are vane and I ea anything." —E. W. Lusbjr, Drugglit. ed years his recovery will be very slow. John Sehultz and David King are among those who have purchased threshing outfits. E. H. Thomas went to Des Moines over the week end on business, returning Sunday evening. John Watson left Monday evening for San Francisco. Calif., after having visited his parents here. The Friendly Hour club of Riv erdale township was entertained on Wednesday by Mrs. Nick Leners. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harmon and family of the Plum Creek neighborhood were Sunday dinner guests of the Percy Phelps. Little Duane Riley is at his home in Irvington now. after being a patient for nearly ten weeks at the Kossuth hospital. During the time he was at the hospital he was given two blood transfusions which they hope will help his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown entertained at dinner on Tuesday evening honoring the fifth birthday of their daughter. Harriet, and also the birthday of J. M. Hardgrove, father of Mrs. Brown. The Hardgrove family were also guests. Mrs. Stephen Loss, Sr., accompanied by her sister and brother, Mrs. Gibson and Wm. Decker went to Iowa City Tuesday being summoned there by the critical illness of their father. Mr. Decker, who underwent a major operation Monday. Miss Patricia Whelan returned to her home at Omaha after an extended visit with her cousin Miss Dorothy Mawdsley. Miss Whelan is a granddaughter of Chester Dutton. now deceased, who for many years was owner of the Frankl store. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphreys of Boone were first of the week guests at the George Hackman. Sr. home. The Humphreys were on their way to northern Minnesota for a vacation. Other guests of the FTackmans over the week end were Mrs. Kate Turner and daughter, [race of Des Moines. George Hackman, Jr., arrived on Tuesday evening from Knoxville, Tennessee, and will spend the month of August visiting with his mrents. Enroute home he left ttrs. Hackman and daughter. Joan- i na at NRshville. Tennessee, where he will visit with her mother, Mrs. Aiken. George. Jr., will return to his teaching position in September. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips enter- ained their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. ..ewis Sears of Syracuse, New York ast week. The Sears were enroute tome after an extended tour of the U. S. Leaving their home last fall, hey motored to Florida. Texas and California, making various stops and seeing the places of interest, ''rom here they were returning to Syracuse. FIELD 81 BU. TO ACRE INS.E.KOSSUTH Matt Baumgartner's 20 Acres Certainly Go To Town Fairvifw-Corwith: Thrashing is progressing rapidly around Corwith but a few lieht showers r>«lted work for a short time. This year's yield is much higher than last year. Matt Baumg.irtner. farming s.ttth of town, hml one 20-nore field that averaged ?1 bushels to the acre, but the average yield of the community as a whole is around 50 bushels per riVE yourself the freedom of worry, and the security of homo ownership hy iiu-ans of build- in"; and loan. Full particulars on request. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association C. R. I.ABARRE Secy-Treas. Phone 55 Play Houie Jacqeline Cashmer was hostess recently to a number of her little friends" at a house warming party in her new play Rouse, which her father. Glen Cashmer, has been building in his spare time.. Her guests were Mary Lou Higgle. Rosemary Riggle, Arvis Applegate and Beverly and Virginia Bonnstetter. The play house, which Is 6 by 8 feet, is as yet incomplete, but when finished, will be sided, lined, painted and screened as any house. Harold Fotka has a new Chevrolet tudor sedan. A crew of twelve men are detas- seling hybrid corn on the Leonard Mulins farm. Mrs. George Downing of Marshalltown. spent several days visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Katherine Shipman. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cook of Mason City, visited Corwith relatives on Sunday. Mrs. Otis Cook and children accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metille and family of rear Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson were Sunday dinner guests at the E. J. Widen home. Mrs. Enos Dunfee hr\5 returned to her home after spending some time at the Mason City Mercy hospital, where she underwent an operation. Charles Tillion of Eagle Grove, has returned to his home after spending a week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Merriam and family. Miss Alice Busch has returned home from a trip to Canada and through the Dells of Wisconsin. She made the trip with friends from Britt. Mr. and Mrs. George Jesse and daughters, Joy and Marilyn and Oate Run 55*65 Bu. In Union Twp. Union: The shower on Monday morning was very xvelcome. It was so light that threshing was resumed in the afternoon. Oats Is averaging 59 to 65 bushels per acre and the best oats is on higher ground but all is of excellent quality. Stuart Thompson is recovering nicely from his recent injuries. Vivian Hansen fell and sprained her arm recently. She assists at the Floyd Bacon home. Geo. Boevcrs and son. Don. attended the funeral of a daughter of i Mr. Boever's niece, in Forest City, Tuesday afternoon. j Mrs. Herman Dau was taken tr> | The undersigned, as Trustee, has the Kossuth hospital Tuesday i for sale the following farms, to- morning to undergo an x-ray exam-; wit: ination. She has been suffering! i. Southwest Quarter <SW'i> Notice The Court has ordered the s«t« of the East Half (EH) of Section fifteen (18V In Township Ninety-six (9B> North, of Rang* Twenty-tight (28>. West of the Fifth P. M.. Kossuth County. low*, commonly culled the Hegrarty farm, subject to « mortgage of $16.000.00 bearing 6% Interest per annum. Anyone Interested in buying the above real estate please call on J. L. Bonar at his office In the Iowa State Bank Building In Algona. Iowa. J. I* BONAR, As Administrator De Bonl« Non with the Will Annexed of the Estate of Peter P. Hegarty. Deceased. 30-31 with intestinal trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernrrt Sr.. of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert Jr.. of Niagara Falls, were dinner guests at the F. S. Thompson home Sunday. This is the younger Mrs. Wernert's first visit here as she was born and raised in the east. They expect to be here two weeks. and the West Half (WH> of the Southeast Quarter (SE'i' of Section Sewn (7), In Township Ninety-four North, of Range Twen- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hanson have been ill with intestinal flu. Several families from this locality attended the rodeo at Algona Sunday. Mrs. Olga Hott was hostess to the Aid. Wednesday. August 4, and Mrs. Zelma Larson assisted her. A light shower of rain fell Monday a. m. in this locality but more would be very beneficial to corn. The Doan Ladies' Aid are making a name quilt, the proceeds to go to Morningside College. The colors are pink rind white. John Altwegg of Ruthven and four daughters and son. Wilbur of Baltimore, Maryland, spent last week Tuesday afternoon. July 27, with their sister and aunt, Mrs- Ruth Sparks. Mr. Altwegg is in very poor health. Mrs. J. D. Andrews has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Loyal Young, the past two weeks and on •Sunday. August 1. left for Sulphur Springs. Iowa, where she will spend two weeks with another daughter, Mrs. Archie Struthers. Rev. W. J. Patterson, the Titonka-Doan pastor, is taking a two weeks' vacation and next Sunday, August 8, Rev. Muhleman will preach at the Doan church at the usual time, 9:30 o'clock. He will preach at Titonka. Sunday forenoon at 11 a. m. and in the evening at Titonka will show the pictures! taken on his different trips to the south and east. ty-seven (271, West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county. Iowa. This farm is located about three miles North of LuVerne. town. 2. South Half (SH) of the Southeast Quarter (SBH) and the South Half (SH 1 of the North Half (NHi of the Southeast Quarter (SEH) of Section Twenty-six (2<J>. in Township Ninety-seven (97 1 North. of Range Twenty-nine (2!>\ West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth County. Iowa. This farm is about a mile Southwest of Burt, Iowa, on the East sldn of the pavement. 3. All that part of the Southeast Quarter (SBU> of Section Thirty- three (33>. in Township Ninetysix (96> North, of Range Twenty- seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M.. Kossuth county, Iowa, lying North of the right-of-way of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St Paul Railway Company. This farm is about two miles West of Wesley, Iowa. 4. AH that part of the Southwest Quarter (SWM ) of Section Thirty- 1 three (33>. in Township Ninety-six' (96) North, of Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, except commencing where the North line of the right-of-y-ay of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St Paul Railway Company intersects the Went line of said tract, thence North 20664 feet thence East 865 feet, thence South 1962 feet, thence West along the. North line of said right-of-way to the point of beginning. There is about 75 acres in this farm. This farm is about two miles West of Wesley, Iowa. Any party Interested in the purchase of any of said tracts please call on J. L. Bonar at his office in the Iowa State Bank Building in three (S), nor mor* than ntiw t») director*. »n<l lh*y M (ill h«M offlee for the t*rm of on* 1 >'wir and wntll lli*tr <m«<?**!«or* ore *l*«t*a «na < ' < Tri**Vfflo*r» of tlil* corporation »l\sl\ h<« A pr«*t<<«nt, one or more \-\ff nrwMiNMits, A swrMftry nrrt « trM»<ir*r. whrt shall tw> *l*«t*n by tlip ImarM of dlrei-tor* from «mon* UiPlr own number on th* rt«y «f mill lmm<><1l»t*ly followlrtst tlw «<!• jovirnm«'rU of tho minimi meeting ot (hi> stockholder* or »* »oon tlievo- nf«M' n* |>vniMle«r.le. Any two offices may »>•• filled hy the Mm* person. The director* m»y s!*o elect or ni>- polnt »\\?) mur.Mtev*. snverlnteud- eni* and other a*ent* or employee* «* »hall he authorised hy the by- l»w* or by resolution of the hoard of director!": and they »tmll fl* the compensation of all officer* nnd employees »n<1 may remove and dismiss tlie same M will. Vacancies ocenrrlv* In trf noarn of directors siinll he filled by the remaining; dlrei-iors for the urexplr- those usually performed hy *«cn of. fWrs In similar corporations, unless otrerwlse provided In the by-law* or hv resolution rutopted by the hoard of directors. ... rnlll the meetln* of the stockholders In the year 193$ the hoard of directors sli.ill consist of the following: persons: Harriett nice nrd N. CV Rice of Alg-ona. Town, nnd J XV' t»enman ami Myron N. Blank of IVs Moines town: and until the annual nie"tlns: of the stockholders n the 19.1S. N. C. nice of Al- «rona. Iowa, shall be the president and secretary, Myror X. Blank of Pes Moines. Iowa, shall he the vice president and .T. W. Denman of Des Moines. Iowa. (Miall he the treasurer. TVe private property of the stockholders shrill forever he exempt from corporate debts nnd liabilities. The articles of Incorporation are recorded Ifi Book K-in. page «7fi. In the office of the Secretary of State of the Pt.ite of Iowa, and In Book 3. pasre S.Tit, In the office of the Cotirty Recorder of Kossuth County, town, to which nil persons Inter-, ested are referred. •U.OONA THBATRK COMPANY. IXC. By X. C. Rlc*. President. By ,T. TV. Denman. Treasurer 29 -3*. A RICH, SATINY WALL FINISH.THAT SOAP AND WATER KEEPS BEAUTIFUL YOUR BEST VALUES IN Real Estate Real Estate Loan* Real Estate Management Insurance—All Type* JOEL M. HERBST Office: Over Iowa State Bank Phone No. 93 . Algona, Iowa. 30-31 J. L. BONAR, Trustee. •••••••••••••••••••I Step On 'Er Next Wednesday To Album's Second Watermelon Day and liciiicmhcr us for Cigarettes, Cigars, Beer Cold Drinks, Smokers' Supplies The SMOKE SHOP ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••M ASTHMA HAY FEVER Many Sufferers of Asthma and Hay Fever Are Getting Relief by Using CALIN The London Council on Asthma decided that Asthma. Hay Fever, Eczema and certain types of stomach disorders ail belonged to the same family. It appear* that the majority oi people who suiier with these conditions are sensitive to some iood or other substances or a combination of more than one of each. Hives is a good example, here some food is at fault, in hay fever we know it is pollen. Get a bottle of Colin and see what it will do for you. Colin U an aid is overcoming the disagreeable symptons of these conditions. We have a folder which is interesting reading on the above conditions, it's free. If your favorite drug atore cannot supply your, write WOOD l-ABOKATOBIt-S, 360 N. Michigiui Avo., Chicago home at Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Wermerson and family were among those from here who attended the rodeo at Algona Sunday evening. Mrs. Harold Brown has been 111 the past week with intestinal flu. Her mother, Mrs. Brockman of Britt. has been staying at the Brown home and caring for her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers and daughter, Frances and Mrs. Clara Rector of Emporia, Kansas, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson. LuVerne. Miss Alberta Mitchell, who is employed at the Hanford hotel at Mason City, is spending a three weeks' vacation at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Len Mitchell. Miss Ellen Mitchell of Des Moines. visited here last week. John Carlson has been enjoying a visit from his .son and family of Iowa City. On Thursday of last week, they all visited relatives at Laurens. Mrs. Harold Evans substituted for Mr. Carlson at the post office, during the latter's absence. Mr. und Mrs. William Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Welter and Mr. and Mrs. Garheld Gouge took a group of 14 girls, members of the Junior Auxiliary to Clear Lake Sunday and the girls remained for a week'.' outing. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Maslerson and Lois Jean and Delores Maas of Waterloo, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson, near Stilson. Delores is a niece of Mrs. Masterson, and spent the past week visiting at the Masterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Armond Tabb and son. Wilmer and Mra. Callie Lawre,ice and son. Leslie, spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. t nd Mrs. Ralph Lawrence at Ames. The Lawrences, former Corwith refc- idents. left Thursday for a. trip to Washington state. The Eric I'eterson family of Fort Dodgv visited Sunday at the Albert Johnson home. Mrs. Johnson's father, Mr. Penterman. of Spencer, was also a Sunday caller at the Johnsons. Mrs. E'eiiU-rman. who is. visilir.g at the home of her daughter and family expects to return to her home at the end of the week. Mi.3 Heluert Brown and duugh- U-r>. Iii|> and Shirley. SIR-HI last week at the home of her parenU Mr. arid Mrs Hurry Haiikm at .Si.inhopi- The Browns are moving in AlKon-i this week, where Mr 1.3 tjiniioycd as a driver f'-r t!. : . Modern Cleaners. Mr. and Mr.-i. Limon S.uider.. will move into the t.'Ai-e V.i. ;itc<i hv them. LONE ROCK NEWS Calvin Householder, Fort Dodge spent Thursday here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice spent Saturday with relatives at Hampton. Mabel Howe, Bancroft, was a last Thursday supper guest of the Ralph Thompsons. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wille, Garn er, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe and Alton Pettit fished at Silverside Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant. Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at the L. B. Hnllisters. The Walter Thompsons were Sunday dinner guests of the E. J. Heid- vnwiths, Svvca City. Mr.i. H. N. Osher and Elizabeth Jensen. Graettigner, spent Sunday at the E. M. Jensens. June Bierle returned home last week Tuesday after a trip to North Carolina, and Michigan. The Henry Kuecks werif Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Seneca. Mrs. R. H. Ortman nnd son. Ronald, Hurt, called Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Lillie Thompsons. Mrs. Henry Schroeder and sons spent last Thursday afternoon at the F. F. Schroeders, Fenton. Notice of Incorporation Notice Is hereby slvnn of the Incorporation under Chapter ,1H4 of the Iowa Code (19311 of a corporation the name of which Is Alsnna Theatre Company, Inc., the principal place of business of which l» the City of Algona, Iowa. The general nature of the business to he transacted by It shall he as follows: To conduct and carry on the bu»- inenB of ttcatrtcat proprietors, music hall proprietors, caterers and public exhibitions, moving picture and other variety entertainments, and her pr to provide, engaM and employ met* oft, dancers, singers, variety'per- formers, athletes and other theatrical and musical artists, and to produce and present to the public all manner of shows, exhibitions and amusements, uaua.1 or unusual, which are or may be produced at a theatre, music hall or other public or private place of entertainment. To purchase, lea«H, r»nt. construct, erect or otherwise ae"iulre. and to hold, own, let aml-or otherwise dispose of theatres, motion pl'-tnre and vaudeville hoiisi-s, concert halls, music h.llls, opera hou-«.-s. office litllld- iM^s, ur other .st rucfur.--*. and any rlKht.s or inti-reKt* rhcri-in. as may s*-em m'c»-s«a.rv, us.-iul or to tin- proper accotnpli-'tirn"nt* of any of the purport--* of the corporation. To purclasf- or oth^rwl own, mortgage, anil transfer, or oth'-r\vise ;iml tli-al with real '>r p-jr-on rrty of every class or d'-scrlpt ion: to enter In contract* as lessor lessee of rt-al property or any Interest therein for any t.-rm of years. To liorro'.v money, to draw. make, accept, cndorM-, transfer execute aiid-or !*3U«: lt«iud», debentures, promissory not.?* and other evhlerci-s of Indebtedness and for the purpose of securing ary of Its obllKaiiohH to convey, transfer, ns- HiRn. ili-iiver. mortal*.? and-or pledKo all or any p'l'i .*r tie property or anHeti* at ruiv time owtu- ' or It-Id hy thin Corpora? inn, upu terrriH and condition-* an tl sell, assign WEST BEND NEWS lioanl of Directors •ill .uitliorlzi* Are You Next? One never know* when •• arrldeM will occur—or wko nlll br (be victim. II In not m particularly Joyon* reminder, but >ou max b e next. Tnkr Ibr precaution of providing- tor jour»»lf and your family by adequately Insuring; your par. We have • policy of the type yon want at a price y»u will want to pay. ALGONA INSURANCE AGCY. Atuo Insurance C. R. LABARRE Phone 55 It's easy to apply this semi-gloss wall paint to totj wall sur&ce. And whit's more Important, with LOWE BROTHERS MELLO-GLOSS you need not worry about keeping your wall* free from spots, stains, and smudges. Ordinary soap ud water restores the original beamy of MBtLO-GLOSS' sadny la«tre and quickly removes all Mains— ereo ink. Come in today for information about your paint* ing problem and get your FREE copy of Lowe Brother* 64-page Booklet containing mdre than ISO Practical Hints on Paint* ing and Decorating; F. S. Norton & Son SCHOOL DAYS And five young Nevilles to start to school In Algona in a few weeks. The Neville store is a kind of cooperative institution. The grandchildren take as much interest In this store as their fathers do. They all work in the store and take much pride Is doing ao. They have explained to me In detail what they and their companions ar« going to wear at school, so I am stocking some higher grade lines of shoes and furnishings than I ever carried before. Sky Riders and Diamond Shoes and Oxfords for boys; Tom Boy and Weather Birds for girls. Sky Riders is one of the very top lines of boys' shoes, and' Is carried by the best stores everywhere. The new brogue patterns we have just unpacked are sure wonderful- oxfords. By the way, at Des Moines, they yet $1.00 a pair more than we do for the same patterns. • '" In the ttrti* oxfords and tie* w* have three shipment* of the very latest styles. One shipment from Peters, one from Dodson-Flscher and a shipment of Tom Boy*. We have selected the newest and best produced by these, three factories. Sizes up to 3 and on wide and narrow widths. We feel now that we have just what the boys and girls want and we know we can save their parents a bunch of money. Jimmie Neville Richpoint News Tilt George were Sunday Si hulz home. Mi. ai..J Mr SL-liulz family, Britt, quests at the John .-, Ralph Faith spent Sunday uith Mrs. Faith's parents, Mr and Mrb. Steve I^oai. Irvington. Mr and Mr-> Kay Fitch and daughter, Mr.) .Jesse Smith, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Forbuti Stiltz. Mia John Uevine and daughter, Winifred of Hurnboldt and Miss Isabel Hun ,u-n Brilt, vuiU-d last week Wednesday at the R. H. Skilling home. During the past week much thre&hmg bus been done in this vicinity. Oat yields are reported to be Very good in rnOst inaUuuea. Many fields ^rc Uieraging at lej>st W tiiuheb per acre. Mrs. Emily Fisher Is visiting at the Claude Miller home in Plover. Rev. and Mrs. Conde and family were visitors in West Bend over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley and daughter. Ida. were visitors in Algona Monday. Mrs. John Ludwig and daughter, Hose, returned Sunday from s. months trip in Wisconsin. i Mrs. H. Moeding and daughter, Esther, left Sunday evening for a visit with relatives in New Mexico. Mra. Hob Day and Mrs. M. T. Mun.ion and Charlene Munson were huMnc-si callers in Algona Tuesday. • Jeiie and Joe Dauhendiek returned to Anita after visiting thtir grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I'aubenditk. Mr. and Mr.i. Irvin Bargman of VVhiUemore and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I Lfiwinan spent Sunday a tthe B. I K. Walker home. Mrs. T. Williams and son. Walter returned Sunday from Ashton, where they have been visiting the feUu- liaiiijert home. Hubert Daubendiek of Louisville, Kentucky, spent the week tnd visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Daubcndiek. Mr. und Mrs. George and as* may be pennlttet] bv law. To have unil eXen-iT- -trv and all other auch powers. rUM* and privileges now or hereafltfr conferred hy the lawK of the Htate nt Iowa, upon < urporatluna organized for pecun- larv profit. The authorized capital utoclc la f25.UOD.00 divided Into *jr>>) nhart-a of tie pur value of $100 'JO each. The Hoard of Director-* shall have power to arid aha II determine the time and conditions of the !H*uance of capital alock; hut tjh'tret* of capital Ht'K-k Khali not t»e UHUed ut-tlt the full par value thereof bhall have been paid to th** corporation In money, or In property at its actual raMi value as provided hv the tawa <>t the Htute of low*. :uri when ia- >ued uald hhared of < ipital stock hi all ltd fully paid up uud, shall be nun -aNMeKhable. The corporate existence of the corporation hegan June S'l. 1937. when H» <;«rrtin<-;»ttr of ircorp*/r;itiun \vaM JhMijtMi hv tht; .Sei retary of State tit lovvu, and if. ah;*! I terminate ^0 years tht.Tra f i«-r. uni.-n.-* s-cnn-r renewed or dishol v*?i| l>y t wo- 1 hlrda vote of the outstanding Miar*.-s at the regular ur a hpf.'iu.l ni*:r;t:ritf of the incorporut ion. Tin- affair* of this corporation hall he i on duel i-d hv a. hoard of directors. r'<jt l . of not th;*f: Eva Lowinan and M&e SI an were visitors ai the Thomas Lowman residence in Hodman recently. Mrs. M. T. Munson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Munson and Mr. and Mr*. C. Barber returned Sunday from Minnesota, where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs. Ada Sloan accompanied Walter Williams to Cedar Falls, on Monday. Mm. Sloan will spend a few days with her son, R. H. Sloan while Mr. Williams will visit with friends in Iowa City. Word has been received here of the critical illness of John Ray of Ceylon, Minn., who ban ju*t re- turnej to his home from a hospital where he underwent an operation. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load injured agairat IOM or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylfig and hauling- aa-tt August Fur Coat Sale Monday & Tuesday August, 9th & 10th Wear a Marshall & Swift Fur Coat this Winter STOMACH ULCERS « HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF Oil MONEY BACK I tort H. BOBCHABDX It's your assurance of complete satisfaction in Style, Quality Furs and price. Ask tin? lady who owns one. Mr. Woolworth, fur expert for nearly twenty-five years, will be with us on above dates with a full line of luxurious furs. Come in and select your coat now—save money and get the choicest pelts Uestyluig—Cleaning and Itepairiug Old Furs at Moderate Prices The ELITE Shop

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