Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1948 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1948
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s o p s b 1 sj S' r NOTICE ,"~~""" x ~""*"''~'"'~ S ~~~ ?«««« W Uie ?tockh n iH that at a spccial ?Jo- the Pr «ident of r^nh er % duly callcd lishmg Company h«.iri fe "f? azette Pub ' *he corporation y at lit v attU I e °" lce °< Mason City, j OW a A 2 llnEa . st sta 'e Street. the 23 rd d av Vf M J0 ° clOck A. M. ori luticm was nno November, 1943. a reso «mend m ^ St 0 ° 8?i e i,.,? l ? vldln « '" "he °n in -the follow! * rtlcles o£ Incorpora- "Artlcle IV or ,h ™ n " er - *o wit: Artlcl " °' IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we all the ha . D '• >»r by striking there" " adln « " '«»•*•« of thl. < 3 ' 000 > (4,000) " k was E. j. EGGERT HENRY W. THOMAS By SMITH & BECK, their attorneys NOTICE OF THAPPOINTMENT OF - that lhe - duly appointed and as Executor of the estito if Roseienc Fainot, Deceased. We "J'cew O?H , c ° unt y- All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having ' same wi » Present Dated S. CORN\VELL, Attorneys 18, J948 •dopfed r •» stockholrf y ee ', fourths (V «> vo 'e of poration and ih " Int( ? rejit , ° f *»id <*i- suant to ?h,T this notice Is given pur- ' 0nS 0t Cha Pter 491 and acts COMPAQ ZETTE PUBL «HING By E. P. ADLER. Its President NOTICE OF INCORPORATION y * THOMAS, INC. that whose asoclates ' subscribed, have, for = fcws of Tn, 3 successors. . Corporate under the hav oinal P!H- £>wa er e Articles s ° ther thls cor P°rati<m shall Thomas, Inc. and Its prin- P!H- , 0| business shall be In the £>wa ° n Ciiy ' Cerro Gordo County; T i le Seneral nature of the business be U bythe shaU ' , , °? oth "Wise acquire, sell, otherwlse «se tires, batteries es and auto accessories, sport- goo , ds - to y s - household appliances equipment and other personal prop" rep ? lr and servlce a "y and a" Perty: to Purchase, lease, sell any manner use real or personal . of any kind <"" nature, including capital stock or other evidences of own® r l h 'P fl nd notes and evidences of Indebtedness of this or any other corpora- and and agreements contract s . not P roh iblt C d by . contracts and agreements with > ' Mail Sets New Mark in Cresco Cresco— Cresco's postoffice has done a record breaking business during the Christmas season according to Thomas V. Darby postmaster, and this year's business will exceed the 1947 total by a large margin, judging from the number of postage stamps that have been sold. Postmaster Darby reports 100000 one and one-half cent stamps sold in the Cresco postoffice by Monday. That is the approximate number of such stamps sold by Christmas eve last year. Monday was the biggest day when sales reached 19,000. The Cresco postoffice does not have facilities for gauging the weight of parcel post packages but postal employes believe that it will exceed other years. ------- ~* this corporation and other organizations in which such stockholders •nd directors may be interested: to borrow money without limit for corporate purposes and to evidence and secure payment of such debts by notes, bonds, debentures, mortgages, pledges or liens I any kind encumbering all or any part of the property, real or personal of the corporation; and In general to have all powers granted or permitted by the law of Iowa to private corporations organized jor profit, including the right to conduct the business of the corporation in any State or Territory of the United States or any Country of the World. 3. The total authorized capital stock of the corporation Is 1000 shares, divided Into 250 shares of Preferred Stock with * par value of $100.00 per share, and with rights and priorities as fixed in the Articles, andI 750 shares of No Par Common Stock without nominal or par value No stock shall be issued until fully 'paid In cash or property (property to be valued as provided by law). Issue price of No Par Common Stock shall be originally fixed by the incorporators at the organization meeting and thereafter by • majority of the stock of the corporation issued, outstanding and entitled to vote. No Par Common Stock offered for sale shall be subject to an exclusive option to the corporation to purchase the same during certain periods and on terms ' and conditions fixed in the Articles. 4. The corporation shall commence business on November 2G, 1948 and continue perpetually thereafter unless dissolved as provided by law or by not JC5S than 65 per cent of the stock of the corporation outstanding voting in favor thereof at a special stockholders' meeting. 5. Affairs of the corporation and all powers of lhe corporation are vested in a board of not less than two nor more than seven directors; until otherwise fixed to consist of two members E J Eggert of Mason City, Iowa, and Henry W. Thomas of Clear Lake, Iowa. Directors shall be elected at regular annual meet- Ings of stockholders on the third Tuesday In April ol each year for terms of one year or until their successors are elected shall have Allied Bureaucrats in Austria Irk Swiss Zurich. Switzerland, (ff> allied liberators of Austria nave turned into bureaucrats, the Zur- 1Cl ?,J? apei ; " Die Tat " complains. The American taxpayer wil) tear his hair when he realizes wnat sense and nonsense the Allied Control Council is up to and for what he must play out his taxes," the paper said "Die Tat" said a Swiss citizen could travel to the United States m 48 hours, but he had to wait 4 weeks before he could cross the border 25 miles away into Austria. ''The Austrian government of today can hardly make a mark on paper without getting from the allies one of the hundred thousand usual permits," the newspaper said. Austria cannot* even say who can travel to Austria or by whom the trip is forbidden." Businessmen trying to get to Austria must apply to the Allied Control Council for permission and the Austrians have no influence on the council's decision, the paper said. Even in emergencies such as death or serious illness it still takes 4 weeks, it was said The paper referred to Austrian officials as "letter carriers-for the liberators." "The reconstruction of Europe doesnt' begin with bureaucracy but with freedom," "Die Tat"' said. Not Invited Salt Lake City, (U.W—1'he Women s Breakfast club party decided e eece as r>Uu narfv rWiHoH qualify. The Board of Directors tho,,Vl _.. - ""^i , y ' uc J aeciaea elect n president, one or more v?" -^ C ' rr>cKie a mistake When they ents, a secretary - n j a treasurer Picked Harry E. Earl " presidents, a secretary -„„ „ ncasurer Ipresident and one other executive officer to be directors) at regular annual Directors' meetings after annual stockholders' meetings. Until successors are elected . e eece •nd qualified, E. J. Eggert shall be presi- •• ---- — — • ---••uvw*i,v - >v Lit 1.1 LI 1C j picked Harry E. Earl as "Best Liked Boss of the Year." Earl did not show up for the award. The women later learned their mistake. Earl hadn't been invited. 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CHILDREN'S PAJAMAS 1 to 6 sizes. 2.39 values GIRLS' RAYON GOWNS Sizes to 14 years. « cs> ^ ^^ Values to 4.95 ...... 1*55 and 4*55 GIRLS' WASH DRESSES Sizes to 14 years. 1 OO <% A A Values to 5.95 ...... 1«OO and 2.88 KIDDIES' SWEATERS 1 to 6 sizes. f M A Values to 2.98 ...... 1«/O and GIRLS' SWEATERS 7 to 14 sixes. «t AA ^ MA Values to 4.95 ...... 2.88 and J.88 CHILDREN'S ROBES Sixes to 12 years. f / Values "7.95 ........... ... */2 PRICE DRASTIC REDUCTIONS on CHILDREN'S COATS and SNOW SUITS GREAT REDUCTIONS.... HIGH QUALITY, 100% WOOL COATS AND SUITS • NEW STYLES • ALL COLORS • FINE FABRICS • GABARDINE • WORSTED • TWEED • SUEDE Regular to 39.95 Regular to 59.95 Values to 16.95 Values to 22.95 Values to 29.95 DON'T MISS Regular to 79.95 THESE SPECTACULAR SAVINGS! CHILDREN'S WEAR — BALCONY RAYON CREPE BLOUSETTES White only. 5.95 and 6.95 Values, WOOL AND GABARDINE 5.95 to 10.95 Values SLACKS NEW SEASON GREATLY DRESSES REDUCED 4*88 and 6.i BETTER SWEATERS 3.95 to 10.95 Values BETTER Regularly to 14.95 Regularly to 19.95 Regularly to 24.95 SILK GOWNS 5.95 to 14.95 Values Off ALL REDUCED FROM OUR STOCKS — EVERY SIZE AND EACH IS A SENSATIONAL VALUE — CHOOSE NOW AND SAVE CREPE AND SATIN SLIPS Regular 3.95 Values 2.88 COTTON KNIT GOWNS Regular 3.95 Value 1.88 ACROSS FROM THE PARK

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