The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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Upper Des Motnes fuesday, January 10, 1950 John Gilles, 74, .Rites At Swea City Last Saturday Swea CHy — John Gilles, 74, passed away at his home here, Wednesday evening, Jan. 4, at t o'clock, after an illness of about four years. Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 7, at one o'clock at the Curtis funeral home, with Rev. S. H. Hammer officiating. Burial was at Emmetsburg. Prior to his illness, Mr. Gilles operated a billiard hall in Swea City for a number of years. He is survived by his wife and brothers and sisters. Dale Koestler, whose parents have recently moved to Algeria, will continue his schoolwork here until the end of the first semester, and will stay at the August Robi- sbn ht>me. Dale's home has beeti at Bancroft, but he has been a pupil in the Swea City school. The W. C. T. U. met Jan. 10 at the home of Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson and son, George, of River Grove, 111., spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fos- gfen, and other relatives here. ' Mrs. Monford Peterson entertained a coffee party Monday afternoon, honoring the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Albert Kressin. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thorson and family , Mrs. O. L. Thorson and Richard Anderson visited over Sunday' and Monday with the Rev. Wm. Samuelson and the Lee Barnes families at Marcus, la. The Lawrence Greenfield family spent New Years with the Howard Hansadkers at Colo, la. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gayl Johnson, celebrated his eightlf birthday with a party after school, Thursday. Mary Ann Lunn was honoret at a ptrty at her home, Friday night, after school. The occasion was her llth birthday, with 11 girls and boys as guests. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Fagerlund for the holidays were their children, Chester, of St Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs Wayne Fagerlund and son o! Flager, Colo. New Years guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Peter Peters were Miss Ruth Kruger and niece, Sharon Kruger, of St. Paul. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kruger and daughter, Kay Ahn, of Pipcstone, Minn. They are sister and brother of Mrs. Peters. . New Years day guests at the "MORE STUDEBAKERS ARE SOLD EACH YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE!" CRAFTSMANSHIP DEPENDABILITY ADVANCED DESIGN COMFORT ECONOMY ARE ALL "BUILT-IN" STUDEBAKER I This statement is true in Algona, Iowa as well as all over the United States- More Studebakers are sold each year than ever before! And why? See Studebaker for yourself and you'll find why it is the "most wanted" car in America—the choice of wise buyers everywhere. See it, drive it, price it.... Ask Studebaker owners what their nevt new car choice is. Your answer, and theirs, will be STUDEBAKER in 1950 SEE THE "NEXT LOOK" •"A *•**"»*» * " '* 195O STUDEBAKER NOW ON DISPLAY SCHULTZ BROS STUDEBAKER SALES AND SERVICE - SO. PHILLIPS Ask for it either way . .. both trade-marks mean the same thing. Refresh... add zest to tLe hour »OTIUO UNDER AUIHOBIIV OF VHt COCA-COLA COMPANY IV MINERAL SPRINGS BOTTLING CO., HUM8OLDT. IOWA O t»30. Th< Cocg-rolo Company August X. Petersons were Mr and Mrs. Orville Hartwell and soil 6f Albeit L(», Miftn., and Mr and Mrs. .Orville Sampson and family of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Nora Olson and son. Tom, have moved to the Adolph Anderson farm in Swea township. The Andersohs have moved to their new home in Ft. Dodge. • Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leland and son, George, of Grand Junction, and Joyce Leland of Minneapolis, spent the holiday vacation with their mother, Mrs. Elfreida Leland. Recent guests at the J.- H. Montgomery home were their daughter, Lucille of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Letcher and family of Alexandria, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Norm of Iowa City have been here. visiting her Griffiths. parents, the New D.H.I.A. Man Due Here Feb. 1 James Levers, Emmetsburg, will take over Feb. 1, as Kossuth county dairy herd improvement association supervisor it was announced this week by Joe Hineman, extension dairyman at Iowa State college. Levers was one of 25 men com- jletihg on Dec. 22, a three-week froTTCE OF A: OF THE AHTIC 'CORPORATION OF ,WEST SERVICE Cj ~,*,,V. ALL MEN • I PRESENTS That a special the stock-holders of the SE fif of Mid-West Service Company, a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Iowa was held at the corporation's principal place of business. In Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 28th day of May. 1949, at which meeting all of the stockholders of the corporation were present. Each and every stockholder duly waived written notice 6f the meeting and the purpose of said meeting, ana all of the Mock of the corporation having voted for the adoption, the following resolutions were duly adopted by unanimous vote: "That the corporate existence of said Mid-West Service Company be and hereby Is extended for a term In perpetuity from and after the date of approval thereof by the Secretary of State of the State ot Iowa, and Article V. of the Articles of Incorporation be amended to read as follows: "Article V. The duration of. this corporation shall be perpetual." 'BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That a copy of lhls reso i u tion duly certified by the Secretary, be filed and recorded as required by law. that the proper officers of the corporation take such proceedings as may be necessary In order to accomplish the purposes hereof. "BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this resolution be executed on behalf of the corporation and the stockholders thereof by the president and attested by the secretary, and the corporate seal be affixed hereto." "That the authorized capital stock of the Mid-West Service Company be increased from 1,000 shares of the par value of 1100.00 each to 2500 shares of the par value of $100.00 each, so that the authorized capital stock ot said corporation shall hereafter be $250,000 Instead of $100,000 as heretofore. sutiprviKnrq' fihnrt rnnrco at " BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That supervisors snort course at „ copy of this resolution duly certified OWa State college. by the Secretary, be filed and recorded as required by law, that the proper officers of the corporation take such proceedings as may be necessary in order to accomplish the purposes hereof. "BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That this resolution be executed on behalf of the corporation by the secretary, and the corporate seal be affixed nereto." ATTEST: Christopher Faye Secretary of the Mid-West Service Co a corporation Martin A. Jenson President, Mid-West Service Co. a corporation (SEAL) STATE OF MINNESOTA SS COtTNTY OF BLUE EARTH BE IT REMEMBERED, That on this 6th day of July, 1949. before me a notary public In and for said county and state, personally appeared Martin A. Jenson and Christopher Faye, each being by me personally known, who being duly sworn, did say that they are the President and Secretary- Treasurer respectively of the Mid-West Service Company and that said Instrument was signed and sealed In behalf of said Corporation by authority of its stockholders and that they acknowledged said Instrument to 'be the voluntary act and deed of said corporation, by them voluntarily executed WITNESS My hand and notarial seal at Mankato in the County of Blue Earth, State of Minnesota, tne day and year above written. William C. Blethen _. Notary Public Blue Earth County, Minnesota My Commission Expires October 17, 1931 I £ quick, SWEEP THE KitCHEtt.,. of scour the Jink ... of take the mop outside and fehake it* useful thi Levers is well qualified for his new position, Hineman said. Dur- ng his course of instruction he studied the technique of milk test- ng, how to. figure herd records, and feeding. TF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT! Notice NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN PROBATE In the matter of the estate of Anna Peters, Deceased. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Anna Peters late of Kossuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law required, for allowance and payment. Dated this 19th day of December A. D.. 1949. KOBIE HEMMEN Administrator of said Estate. SENNEFF & BUCK Attorney. 1 - 3 WILSON. BLETHEN Attorneys for Mid-West Service Co. I30i>, South Front Street Mankato, Minnesota 49 - 52 TYPING PAPER. Algona Uppet Des Moines. phone 1100. WASH A PAIR OF NYLONS... or polish ft pftfc of shoes... or bmsh the lint off a suit. •todb OIL the refrigerator hinges ... or straighten the canned goods shelf... tnake your grocery list. between calls HAVE A CUP of coffee ... or list telephone ' numbers for quick reference ... -wash a window. on your , FILL YOUR FOUNTAIN PEN ... send for a free sample...paste a clipping in your scrap book. 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