Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 10
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PAGE TWO KOSStfTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. AL6ONA. tOWA WHEN Buying Insurance... 1—Save Time and Worry 2—Purchase with Confidence 3—Know You Have The Best 4—Protection at Low Cost For Your Home Or Your Automobile! • See us today for your insurance requirements. • We also insure Household Goods and all forms of Insurance Coverage. Algona Ins. Agency State Street HOME LOANS C. K. LaBarre AUTOMOBILE LOANS Phone 55 INSURANCE i/SSSSSS/SSSAfM-SSSSSSS^S^Ar^AI^^^^ May We Help You? The facilities of this bank are at your service—and we would appreciate the opportunity of helping you finance building or building improvements. We believe ioi the future of our community, and stand ready to aid in improving it. That is why we encourage home-building and improving, for well-kept happy homes are a community's best assets. May we help you with your building financing ? SECURITY STATE BANK Algona, Iowa "THE FBIENDLY BANK" '39 Selections Bought From Three Large Wall Paper Mills in order to get the STYLES DESIGNS QUALITY and PRICE See Our Papers and You Will Buy REWRITES Briefs snmmftrlilng principal Hews IB Tuesday's Upper Des Molnes. ' EDW. MILLER and Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Petersen recently got home from a four-day trip to Gillette, Wyo., where Miller owns a section. The Petersons did the driving. They saw land which rents at 15c to 20c an acre. From Sioux Falls west many farmers were doing field work. In the drought years farmers in many parts of the dry belt turned to cattle and sheep, which are now numerous. The Petersens and Miller live at Titonka. HOLY WEEK services at 8 p. m. are announced as follows: Sunday, Baptist church, Pfeiffer preaching; Monday, First Lutheran, Burgess; Tuesday, Congregational, Sjostrand; Wednesday, the Presbyterian, Volsze; Thursday, communion at each church. On Good Friday at the Methodist church, 2 p. m., the Rev. D. R. Martin will preach. 'MERCER,' an Aberdeen-Angus steer which won the grand championship at the last Chicago International, will be brought to Algona in a trailer next Tuesday, and at 2 p. m. will be on exhibition at the Hoenk Motor Service garage. The Firestone Farm Service, Bureau, Akron, Ohio, and local dealers are sponsoring the exhibition. IDYIN G. BEENKEN, Ledyard high schooler, entered an essay in a state Safety Council content and won first and $5 in Northwest Iowa. If he also wins first in the state he will have his choice between a $350 college scholarship and an all-expense trip to the New York fair for himself and one other person. AXXA, DAUGHTER of Mrs. Anna Ruberg, Lu Verne, was married to Frank Kendall, Badger, a week ago Saturday. Dinner for the couple and relatives was served by Mrs. Ruberg. Mr. Kendall is a farm implement salesman for a Fort Dodge firm. The Kendalls are living at Badger. i LEONARD IVEIJfBERGEH, 72, I Lakota, died of a heart attack last j week Monday, falling dead on doorstep downtown. His wife and five sons survive. The only son in Iowa is Fred, at or near Buffalo Center. Mr. Weinberger was for many years in railroad employ. HARRY 0. JTALL, Algona newcomer, was arrested here last week Monday by the Wright county sheriff on an embezzlement charge. For 15 years he was secretary of the Woolstock school board, and it is claimed that he used ?835 of th istrict's money. G. D. SHC3IWAY has been reel- cted school board president; Mrs. eo. St. John, secretary. Doctor ugent is athletics committee liairman; Mrs. Monlux, teachers; ^. J. Hough, finance and purchas- ng. Supt. Laing's contract runs nother year. THREE LAKOTA BOYS who are niversity of Dubuque seminary DALADIER—Over the week end the French Chamber of Deputies and Senate voted dictatorial powers to Daladier because of the German crisis. Hatch and farmed In the Whittemore neighborhood till they retired a few years ago. j AJW STfiDRITZ, as 'Sally Ann'.j sang In a floor^show.at the Clear' Lake Country club Clubhouse one night last week. /She was billed ass 'The jMemory Lane, Tr.oubador. Later' engagements there are expected. THE CECIL NORTHKUPS are for a time lowaCityans. Mr. Northrup, who has been .in Pratt Blec- trie employ three years, li• »«*jj* after the company's electric con tract on a University dormitory. StiMKTHING unusual Is no grand jury at the current court session. Only three criminal cases are fmndlng, and they will be tried on-county attorney's Information. A DKS MOINES political writer hinted the other day that Senator Dickinson might- be given an important state appointment, such as membership on a new public wel- fare boata of three. CHARLE8 CREfZD -, —, —„ v«rd medical student, 18 expected to arrive at De/r.Molnes. Saturday by "plane: Me'vUl wend A ten day vacation at home; MAGDALENE, .daughter 'Of Mr. an A Mrs Efflll Stbifef. and ChaS. son of Mr. and Mr*. Un tfiierB, will be married next Tuesday. All are Algonlana. K. ,1. VAN NESS has been elected vice president of the Tltonka '° r 1 "Unit] Savlnga bank. , ic h years been a director iHRSi G. \\', «rp|| Mm. J. L. Bonar let 16 go through the Mav Rochester. ' A DIVORCE has bee favor of Eva Shack, cer, Algona, from Tht cer. MRS. WILLIAM R more, died of a heart ,7"' I Thursday. an alt «k| students have been appointed to Presbyterian student pastorates: Gorman D. Frerking, Morrison; Vllbur G. Hassebrobk, Davenport; 1 Virgil Smith, Sherwood. MR. AITD MRS. Albert Sheller, Whittemore, recently celebrated heir golden wedding. They were married at Whittemore by 'Squire' «INC LOANS $50 and Up Do you need money to buy nuto or truck license, pay taxes or for winter necessities? Our liberal credit plan permits us to take care of the needs of most every borrower, married or single. Terms arranged to conform to your income. * » * *• Loans made on Furniture, Livestock, or other personal property * * * * Autos refinanced—payments reduced Investigate our Quick MONEY CREDIT SERVICE without obligation. P. J. KOHLHAAS Algona - Phone 22 -General Insurance Agency. Bread NOTICE OF INCORPORATION 'O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the ndersigned have associated them- elves together under and by vir- ue of Chapter 384, Title XIX, of he 1935 Code of Iowa, and the! aws amendatory thereto, as a cor-' 'Oration and have adopted' articles f incorporation, which provides s follows/to-wit: (1) The name of such corpora- ion is A'LGONiA SHOE COMPANY, nc., and its principal place of ransacting business is Algona, owa. (2) The general nature of the usiness to be transacted by such orporation is: To manufacture, purchase or otherwise acquire, own, mortgage, pledge, sell, assign and transfer, or otherwise dispose of, to invest, trade, deal in and deal with boots, shoes, footwear and other goods, wares and merchandise and personal property of every class and description. V (3) The amount of capital stock authorized by the articles of in- orporation is Seven Thousand Dollars ($7,000) which is to be laid as follows: In Cash. (4) The corporate existence of aid corporation shall commence on the 9th day of March, 1939, and continue for twenty (20) years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of the holders of a majority of the stqck issued and outstanding. (5) The affairs of such corporation are to be conducted hy four (4) directors, and until the first annual meeting of stockholders the 'ollowing named persons, to-wit: Fred W. Shilts, Edwin D. Pankau, T. R. Curtis and Stanley A. Tanner shall be the directors of such corporation; the executive officers of the corporation shall be a president, a vice-president, a secretary, a treasurer, an assistant secretary and an assistant treasurer, who shall be chosen by the affirmative vote of a majority of the board at their first meeting after the annual meeting of stockholders. (6) There is no limitation Jn the amount of indebtedness to which said corporation may subject itsejf. (7) The private property of the stockholders of sjuch corporation shall be" exempt from the debts of said corporation. Dated this 6th day of March, 1939. EDWIN D. PANKAU. 26-29 STANLEY A. TANNER. pi!,!!', Springtime is Building and Remodeling Time! Jr PI rrrrr jit i', > 11 1 //';' ESTRAY TAKEN UP. Taken up by Gail O. Hakes, of Irvington township, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 5th day of March, 1939, cue Black Angus heifer, weighing about 460 pounds, without horns, albout one (1) year old. Notice posted before P. A. Danson, Justice of the Peace in Algona township, Kossuth county, Iowa. Couaty Auditpr. m. It's Smart To Build More and more people are finding out every day that it's "smart" to build or remodel. A modern home can be built for surprisingly little and can be financed on easy terms—just like paying pent A modern borne la the best investment for the future. You'd be surprised at the new laborsaving and beautifying features for modern homes. MAKE TOUR "HOUSE" INTO A "HOME". i i ( n *.//»•' ..* "i^4 ••HI, ' 1,1 l>l ! nil, ."«?•*, ,.",'„ Banish 'worry and save money by letting us handle your building or remodeling this year. We offer experienced, Cowan Workmanship at reasonable prices. See us for free, complete financing, planning and repairing estimates —— IN i»—-^^••B We Guarantee Satisfaction ete leading Kossuth County cing Service Builders Since 1870! XI• Xwt \*s\J f ? x\i.i IOWA

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