The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1937 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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North East * Kossuth Page TTTONKA SAFETY COUNC1LFORMED Dozen Enroll Saturday; 1 Safety First Films Shown Titonka:/ Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. a meeting wag held in the Tyke Theatre for the purpose of getting; people to join the Safety council of Kossuth county. The meeting was called to order by commander, 3. Luther Miller of Breen post, American Legion, who presented the speaker, O. 8. Relley of Algona, secretary of the county organization. Two ants of films were shown, "The Other Fellow" and 'Inertia". Secretary Relley made appropriate remarks concern* ing them. The patrolmen Messrs. Storting and West were presented, giving talks and answering questions. Because of the road condition* and not enough publicity the meeting , was poorly attended. About 10 or 12 memberships were Mcured. Mrs, Wotf« AwtoM The Thursday bridge club met with Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. Mrs. H. A. French made high •core, Mrs. Homer C. Downs low. Mrs. Antone Pannkuk was a guest Teachers Ctet Balsa At a recent meeting of the school board of the Buffalo consolidated school all teachers were re-hired. Hie high school teachers recieved a 5 per cent Increase and the grades 10 per cent About 20 members of the subordinate lodge of the I. O. O. F. were entertained at the 3. F. Fisher home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ingrebretaon and baby, Louise Kay, moved Sunday to Lake Mills, having finished his work at the CalUes store as butcher. Miss Beth Bonacker of Reinbeck •pent her Baster vacation visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker and other relatives and former school mate*, Mrs. Frances Budlong came home Sunday from Hampton, where •he had spent the winter since Jan. 4 with her daughters, Edith and HazeL Miss Hazel brought her mother home. Mrs. A. M. Petersen, Mrs. Tom Young and Mrs. Gordon Hansen drove to Burt Tuesday afternoon to meet with the officers and committee of the Rebekah convention to help in arranging a program Lakota Operetta Nicely Presented On Friday Night Lakota: The high school girls' glee club put on a very fine two- act operetta, "The Wild Rose" by W. Rhys-Herbert, at the school auditorium Friday evening. Mary Templeton directed the play. The high school orchestra played three numbers preceding the operetta. A sketch of the play follows: Rose McCloud, a popular young society belle of her time is bored with her artificial existence, endless round of festivities, charity and reform leaders seeking financial aid, etc., decides to go to the McCloud country estate and live a simple life and be a wild rose Instead of a hothouse rose. She also meets there a playwright, Lady Grey, who offers her a leading part in a new play and life becomes interesting for the Wild Rose. Margaret Schroeder took the part of the Wild Rose. Others taking part twtere: Betty 7^ey, Arlene Heetland, Esther Buckels, Eleanor Moe, Elizabeth Rahm- stock, Mary Elaine Smith, Ruth Hertcke. Lola Schroeder, Mildred Halverson. Delia Grace Kline, Phyllis Jacobson, Maxine Griese, Catherine Powers, Helen Behrends, Patricia Woodworth, Kathryn Berschman, Velma Heetland, Maxine Ellman, Norma Heetland, Lillian Wlnkelman, Viola Huitner, Kather- Ine Poppe, Elnora Poppe, Pearl Hennlng, Violet Koppen, Arlene Busch, Lena Bauman, Kathertne Becker, Lois Gingrich, Edna Leslie, Anna Bauman, Pearl Joos, Helen Penny, June Joos and Ivan Kaphengst. A good crowd was out for the play. Betty Johnson was accompanist and played several solo* between acts. Harry Mussman arrfl Irvln Altizer were Des Molnes business visitors, Friday. Mrs. F. C. Klener, Elmore, spent Friday visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry Mussman. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling and Mrs. Addle Seymour, Algona, were Lak- OLLN LARSON OF HEBRONA GROOM Weds Esther Halverson At Rake Last Wed- Hebron: Olin Larson, son of the late deceased Mrs. Halvor Larson and Esther Halverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson, were united In marriage at the parsonage at Rake by Rev. S. O. Sarlien last Wednesday at 6 p. m. They were atetnded by her brohter, Orin Halverson and her sister, Arlet Halverson. A wedding supper for a host of relatives was served at the Carl Halverson home immediately after every one wished them much Joy and success on their journey through life together. *«r May 30. Urn* »at for district W lUbekata convention to ft* 1*14 at Bart ' •' " "' ' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reibsamen and son, Glen Charles of Marshalltown, came Sunday evening on a builnes* and pleasure trip. They are guests of his sister, Mrs. A. M. Petersen and husband, and his aunt Mrs. Dell Reibsamen and family, nouth and east of town. The Relb- samens were here Saturday and Monday. Lawrence Pingel Of Ledyard Weds Mason City Girl Ledyard: Saturday, April 3, at Mankato, Minn., Adelaide, daughter of Mrs. Ada Randall of Mason City and Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel of here were united in marriage by the Rev. Aga of that place. The bride has been the second grade teacher in the local school the past six years. She U a graduate of the Mason City high school and a two year graduate of Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. The groom Is a graduate of the local school and since graduation has been at home helping his father. The young couple are at home on the Edward Knoner farm. Mrs. Pingel will finish her school year. Buys Cafe Julius Lentsch Building purchased building where he runs a cafe from the Edward Campbell estate the past week. Granddaughter Dies The Ray Estles received word on Saturday morning of the death of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith's small daughter at Lakota. Mrs. Smith is a daughter of the Estles. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Lakota. Mrs. Bfcaair Hostess Mrs. Lars Skaar was hostess to the W. F. M. S. Tuesday night Mrs. D. A. Link had charge of the lesson and Mrs. Joe Mayne, the devotions. Two members Mrs. Laura KtesUr and Mrs. Blanch Jenkfc, who moved to Eagle Grove the past week were greatly raided. ota callers, Sunday- The Roy Farringtons of Montgomery attended the funeral of Beverly Ann Smith, Sunday. The L E. Wortmans drove to Eagle Grove and Webster City on Sunday, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht left Sunday for Oxford, WIs., on a business trip. They will return on Wednesday. Mrs. Florence Roelfsema accompanied the Harvey Johnsons to their new home last week and drove home Saturday. Ralph Oeerdes, who-has been seriously ill tor about six weeks, is much improved and able to be •boat the house part of the time. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Field and daughter, Delores, and Mrs. Minnie Field, Eagle Grove, and Mrs. Otto Stenxel, EUnore, Minn., were visitors at the Harry Mussmans, Saturday. Mrs. W. E. Dawson, Excelsior, Minn., and Mrs. Bob Heetland, of Buffalo Center, were visitors at the home of their mother, Mrs. C. R. Smith, last week. Mrs. Smith returned from California recently. Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. Willlam Turley drove to Mason City, Friday and Lena Gutknecht accompanied them home to spend a weeks vacation from her school duties, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. B. F. Edwards, east of town farmer went to Rochester, Minn., to consult doctors in the Mayo hospital In regard to an ailment that has been troubling him for several years. He same home last week with one knee In a cast, put on in an effort to remove a nerve pressure there. The sleet storm Friday night and Saturday rather demoralized the telephone service and Mrs. Delia Smith, Orville Koppen and Leilla Hanson drove to the Algona greenhouse for flowers for the Beverly Smith funeral, Saturday afternoon aa the order could not be sent via telephone to any greenhouse. Beverly Ann, IB-months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, passed away at her home the April 2. The baby has never been Ruth Nelson is working at the Ed Slmser home. Mrs. Selmer Matheson spent last Thursday with her folks. Albtn and Ruth Nelson spent last Sunday at the Ernest Christ home. A birthday party was given for Raymond Smith' last Monday night Berntce Halverson is at present working for Mrs. Otis Mldthune. Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent last Thursday night with Mrs. Gust Nelson. Leonard Anderson sawed wood for Gust Underbakke last Thursday. Kermit FJetland Is at present working for Irvln Thompson near Rak«Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith of Stevenson are the proud parents of a baby boy. Joe Loos and family have rented the Beckstcln residence again for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskln of Blue Earth spent last Tuesday at the Adrian Hauskins. Glen Mino and Miss Pearl Wiener of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests at the Mabel Mlno home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mino and Jean and Janice visited Monday afternoon at Ihe Lawrence Arndt home In Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore and their grandson of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Barger home. Norman Soever, who is working near Armstrong spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boever. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Magnusson were visitors Sunday evening at the Waiter Magnusson home. W. C. Nelson took Miss Larson, Gerald Speicher and Genevleve Kollasch to Algona, Monday, where Gerald competed in the spelling contest Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson ol Fairmont and Nels Pederson and Miss Helen Odlx of Kiester were Sunday visitors at the Andrew Pederson home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson and children of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests a 1 the John Patterson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jacobson and O. G. Jacobson of Akin, Minn., vis Ited from Friday until Sunday at the A. A. Jacobson home. Mrs. J. G. Jacobson who has been visiting here for the past two weeks, re ftWiS'WiSY/'BSSSS' T T i?oS: s S$ 5srfwsassu D fflss S^ulA^T?,^^?^ DRED FORTY-SEVEN (»347>. N1NK THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FIFTY (9350), AND NINR THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SIXTY-FIVE (9365), CODE 1935. AND TO ENACT SUBSTITUTES turned to her home them. in Akin with Kjy&^fa&TStiSffS* Section 1. Section nine thousand three hundred twenty-nine (9329). Code. 1935, Is hereby amended bjr striking out sub-paragraph 1 thereof, substituting in lieu thereof the following: "1. To Issue shares of stock to members to he paid for In single, monthly, optional or Irregular payments. and by nddlr.ft n« subsection nine (9) thereof the following: "9. Any nucli association may provide In Its original or amended articles of Incorporation that stock shall be treated as Issued In proportion to the amounts paid In by and credited to members without regard to any par value. Members holding such 'stock shall partlcpate In dividends In proportion (o their respective Investments therein, and shall Lave one vote In person or by proxy for each one hundred dollars or fraction thereof paid Ir. and credited, but no person shall vote more than ten per cent of the total paid In and by adding as subsection ten (10) thereof the following: "10. Any such association shall have pAwer to obtain, continue and pay for Insurance of Its shares with Federal Savings and Loan Insurance assignment or pledge to or pos.«<>.«- sion by the nspoclruion of any stock certificate cvlrti-ncInK such stork ownership. Such Urn mny be rn- forced to satisfy any pnst duo indebtedness by charging surh Indebtedness to the debtor's shiire credits. "(h) A borrowing member slinll not without permission nf the board of directors be permitted to offset against bis Indebtedness In such ns- soclatlon any slock of tie ns.-:<x>in- tlon acquired directly or Indli e< tly from other members. "(I) The rate or rntes of Interest, premium, commission and other fees to be charged on loans tnnde bv such associations and the buses on which different Interest rales and charges shall be determined shall from time to time be fixed by the by-laws of the association, but Interest charged shall not exceed the maximum Interest rate authoris- ed by law. "(j) The notes evidencing nil loans shall be In non-negotiable "Ik) Any borrower not holding or subscribing for stock shall nevertheless be a member of such association and shall be entitled to one vote at any shareholders' meeting. Hec 4 Any such association mny Invest an amount not to exceed five per cent of Its paid In capital stork In unlncunibered real estate for use wholly or partly as Its business of°Sec 5 Section nine thousand three' hundred thirty-three (93SS), Code, 19.15, Is hereby amended to rend as follows: "It shall be the duly of the secretary of every such association do- Ing business In this state, before the 1.1th day of February of each year, to prepare and mall to each shareholder a written or printed copy of Its statement of assets and liabilities as of the date of Its annual closing of Its books for the preceding year, or In lieu of mailing such statement It may be published In a newspaper of general circulation published at the place of Its Lome Final P. T. A. Meet At Titonka, Mon. Tltonka: T*o regular and last meeting of the parent-teacher association for 1087 will be held on Monday, April 12th, in the assembly room of the public school build- ng. The program will be as folows: music by Harold and Lloyd Miller; paper, "What the Modern^ Family May Contribute to the Community" Mrs. H. A. French; a skit, the teachers; huraoruoa read- Ing, Miss Elizabeth Ann Inraan, Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Gust Underbakke and son spent last Thursday night with her sister at Rake. Mrs. Beatrice Osland entertained a number of ladles at a quilting party a couple of days last week. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children spent last Monday with her sister Mrs. Paul Klipplng of near Forest City. John Badje, Jr., was under the weather for a few days last .week and had to miss school a couple o days. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mldthun an< family spent Ian Sunday at Fros visiting with her brother, Lenni Quam aad family. A Mil MSMMMWfit _ held at the Oscar Frandle home last Friday by Mr. Welhousen who gave instructions for 1037. Mrs. Ed Slmser. Mrs. Ed Thompson. Mrs. Hayward and Mrs. A. K. Anderson were luncheon guests of Mrs. Gust Nelson last Thursday. Quite a snow storm arrived in this community last Friday afternoon and night. A High wind on Saturday made things rather unpleasant. . Mrs. Cast Nelson is at present staying at the Swen Larson home near Buffalo Cenetr caring for the new pair of twins, a boy and a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Gronfar, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg Erickson of Frost and Mr. and Mrs. Odin Engum spent last Thursday night at the Otis Mldthunes. Annual Election, Lakota Presbyterians Lakota: The annual congregational meeting was held at the Presbyterian church last week on Tuesday evening and at) societies of the church gave their annual reports. Jerry Ukena was reelected elder, Jak* Telcamp, W. E. Gutknecht, C. J. Rippewtrop and Art Anderson were elected as trustees and George Heetland and Clans Daniels were elected to fill vacancies. Lunch was served after the business meeting. Corporation." Sec. 2. Building and loan or savings and loan associations may be effected by conversion of federal savings and loan associations as authorised by the laws of the United States of America and regulations made thereunder, subject to approval of the Auditor of State. An application for approval with satisfactory proof that the required procedure authorizing conversion to a state association has been taken shall be filed with the Auditor of State who shall thereupon, by examination of the applicant or otherwise, ascertain whether or not the converting association Is In good financial condition and Is honestly and efficiently managed and If his findings are favorable l.e shall thereupon grant his approval of of such conversion. The convert- Ing association shall then adopt and file articles of incorporation and by-laws and otherwise comply with the provisions and requirements of the laws of Iowa. Upon completion of conversion ar.d organization as state association, all assets and ropertles theretofore belonging to t as a federal association shall by operation of law pass to and vest n It as a gtate association and all liabilities shall thereupon become Is liabilities as a state association. For the purpose of showing devolution of titles, there shall lie tiled with the Auditor of State and with the Recorder of tho county In which the association's principal place of business Is located a report duly verified by the president and the secre'.ary showing that the requlrei procedure for conversion ).n» been compiled with. Sec. 3. Sections nine thousand three hundred fourteen (9314). nine thousand three hundred thirty-*! <9336I, nine thousand three nun dred thirty- nine (9331), nine tl.ou nnd three hundred forty-one (9111! nine thousand three hundred nlxty rive (9365) and nine thousand thre office, or If a newspaper Is not published at such place, then such statement may be published In any newspaper of general circulation published In the county In which the home office Is situated. Sec 6. Section nine tl.niisaml three hundred nineteen (9319) Code. 1936. Is hereby amended to read as follows: . . "The officers and employees of anv domestic building and loan or savings and loan association who Ign or Indorse checks or handle nny r.ds or securities of such assocla- on shall give such bonds or ridel- y Insurance as the board of dlrec- irs may renulre; and no such nfflc- r shall be deemed qualified to enter pon the duties of his office until Is bond Is approved by the board directors nnd by the auditor of tate. Sucl. bonds shall be deposit d and filed with the auditor ol tate. Such associations may In or.nectlon with obtaining sui'l onds or Insurance acquire and hold membership In mutual Insurance or ondlng companies." Sec. 7. Section nine thousam hree hundred forty-eight (»34R) Code. 1935. Is hereby amended trlklng out subdivision* numbered and u. thereof, and substituting In leu thereof the following: Associations with assets In excess of eight hundred tl.otisAm dollars, one and one half per cert. Kec R Section nine thousan hree hundred eighty-two (9382 ^ode 1935. Is hereby amended b striking out subdivision r, there< ar.d renumbering fl and 7 to 5 an members, nml further finds from the host sources nt Its command and from such Investigation as It may ilcem necessary, that the proposed Incnrporntors are persons of good chin-actor, nhlllty nnd responsibility; that n reasonable necessity exist" for such new Institution In tho community t" be served; that It ran I>P established nnd operated without undue Injury to existing lo- rn 1 thrift nnd homo financing Institutions nnd that the proposed i nmc nl sucl. Institution Is nut similar to that of nny other association iiperatlng In the same community nijil is not misleading or deceitful, the executive cnuncll shall nttnHi thereto. Us (Truncate of approval nnd enter Its approval of record, unit thereupon such articles of In- i-nrporn tlon shrill he recorded Ir. tho iifTIro <if the of stnte nnd In the nn~l< e of t l.o recorder of the county In which the association's principal place nf business Is to be situated nmi II.en he filed In tho office of the nnilltnr of stnto who shall Issue n cprtlflcntp ntithiirlzlng the association to transact business ns a building and loan association. "(b) If tho executive cnuncll dues not (Tlrmatlvely find us to each and nil of the snld l cc|ulrements It slmll enter Its disapproval of "' gether with n statement Ings and conclusions and a certificate of Incorporation shall r.ot be Issued. Upon such disapproval executive council shall, by registered mall, notify one. <ir nil. of the proposed Incorporators of Its disapproval together with tl.e rpnsons for such disapproval, nnd thereupon, the proposed Incorporate.™. If not satisfied with such action, may within slxtv days after the mailing of nucl notice n'ppeal to the district cour of Iowa In nnd for the count which the principal place of Inesa of the proposed association I to be located from such findings »ni disapproval by serving a notice o such appeal upon tl.e auditor state, setting forth In general term e decision appealed from and th ounds of the appeal nnd by filln th the clerk of the said court, thin such sixty days, a duly verl- d petition stating the facts and e grounds of complaint and hav- g attached thereto a copy of the oposed articles of Incorporation d by-laws and a copy of the nnd- gs and conclusions of the execu- ve council. Sucl. appeal shall '* able as a mandamus ATTOttNETS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON * LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA ty In bus o versary Ledyard: Tuesday, Mrs. Orville Anderson and her mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft of pea Molnes came to Mrs. N. A. Pingels. On Wednesday they went to Swea City to attend the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft There was a family dinner at noon which Mrs. Margaret Looft attended. LEDYAED NEWS Donate 19 Do*en En* The Rev. Harvey Nelson staUd Sunday that 18 dozen eggs w« donated by the local M. B3. church and taken the past week to the hospital at Sioux City. The Lson Wordens were at Fairmont Sunday. Tb» J. F. Sullivans w«r« at Bl- mor« Saturday. V. A. Barrett was a bu*ln«M caller at Blue Earth Saturday,. The WalUr Millers of Elxnore vUiUd at th« parental Ttce Bracks Sunday. Mrs. Ai«lt Troff and Win. Barnes w«re business callers at Algona Friday. N. A. Flngel's brother. Edward of Fort Dodge and his wife visited here Thursday. Mrs H. D. Mayne, son Wallace and Edith Logan were at Blue Earth Saturday. Ruth Jones spent the week end at AlKona with her sisters, Mrs. Ptabtrt Mc7mdd*n tnd Mrs. Edward Q«niieh. strong since her birth on Nov. 1, 1936, and her stay on earth, although short, was made as happy and comfortable as possible by ler parents and everything in their power was done to prolong her life, but the little temple of her spirit was too fragile for this atmosphere and her spirit went to meet the supreme lover of children, who said, 'Suffer the little children to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Beside her parents she leaves one brother, Richard, to mourn her departure, also many other relatives, among them her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle, Ledyard, and her paternal grandmother, Mrs. A. Q. Smith. Beverly Ann was a member of the Methodist church cradle roll and was baptized during Holy week in 1936. Funeral services were held at the church Sunday afternoon with the Rev. Harvey Nelson in charge. Margaret Schroeder and Betty Lay sang with Eleanor Moe as accompanist. Orville, Howard and Wayne Koppen and Bob Clemana were pallbearers. She was burled beside her grandfather, A. Q. Smith, in Maple Hill cemetery. Tuesday Bridge Scores Titonka: The Tuesday afternoor bridge club met with Mrs. Marti: BJelch. Mra. T. A. Dunmire and Mrs. H. I. Torgercen made high scores and Mrs. Win. Rlcklefs, tow. Mrs. Pierre Sartor, Mrs. Earl Stotl were substitutes. Co-Hofcteases At Aid Titonka: Mrs. Falkert Sleeker, Mrs. J. H. Harms were co-hostesses at the Lutheran Ladle* Aid Wednesday afternoon. A large crowd attended the lunch. W. E. "Wlemer went to Redding, Saturday to get tils wife who spent the past two weeks with her parents. They returned Sunday. Sunday, Edward Knoner drove to Storm Lake to get his wife and two sons who spent the past week with Mrs. Knoner's sister, Helen. Kenneth Thompson and his classmate, Robert Roar of Sioux City spent Thrusday night and Friday with the former's parents. They took them to Algona where the boys joined the Morninguide choir to go to Pocahontas and Humboldt for concerts. Guests at the George Thompsons Friday were Mrs. Thompson's brother, E, H. Mason of Charles City and family and her uncle, J. A. Boyd of Ontario. California. They went on to LuVerne. Sunday the Thompsons visited them and other relatives there, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry went to Algona Saturday to see Mrs. Lauritzen's sister, Mrs. E. C. Robinson, who is in the Kossuth hospital having given birth to twin girls Friday. Mrs. Robinson is better known here as Winifred Friday. Both twins were very tiny and one lived only a short time. The Lauritzens went on to Renwick to visit two other sisters of Mrs. Laurltzen. Mrs. Edward Halverson kupt little Byron Nelson for her. soTM i; OK KJtnuATio* or TIMI4 KOH IIKDKMPTIMN KHOM TAX HAUE TO Till: KIHST NATIONAL HANK,, Ill'ItT, IOWA, ANI> W. H. You 'are hereby notified Hint on the hth day .if January, ml. «he tlit-ii TrruKui-fi- «f KoMMUth County, lowu, at the adjoin in-.I regular tux sale held at the 0,urt llo.iHe on nlllll date Hold the following lleacrlb- i-d real estute. situated In Konsulli County. Iowa to-wit: The HoutliweHl Quarter of lh« Norllieuttl yuarter uf ' Hei-tion Thirty-live (Ml Townshlji Mue- ly-sevvii Iil7» ltiii:ge 'twenty- e'lKl.t (->>) West <»f I' 11 ' • 11 " '• to'lj. .1. MiirtaKh f»r " ll! dellmiueiit laxew which wure then puxt due. delinquent uiul I It'll llierelili; <l'» l tlit-ru WIIM UHUed Hi nald K. •>• f*ur- tuKli by Hi" " ll111 Treasurer of KOB- HUth Couiiiy, Iowa, a lax BU|« cerilf- li-uli- of purchuJii! therefore, who sub»«M|tieiitly. to-wlt. on or about the 4th day of February. 19.11. u»- elKiifd Hiild certiorate In the manner provided l/y law. tt> Koaaulli Coiirty. now the liiwlul owner anil holder of mil.I rerllticiite of pur- cliaHe. That the rlgl.t of redemption from xal'l tux KJ!'' will expire and u tax deed for said premliiuH will be made by the Treasurer of KoBsulli County, Iowa. conveying Biilil real estate an provided by law unless redemption la iimde there- from within ninety (»«) ''">' B from the L'umiilctcil service "f ll'ls iJuled tlila -Oth day of March, i y^7 ' KOH.SUTH COl'NTV, IOWA lly 10. H. Klnvev. County Ainllti" L.iulul owner unil holder ol unld elliricule. 14-1 o (1 respectively. Section 9. Section twelve thni sand utevcn hundred sevt-nty-tw (12772). Code. 1935. is hereby am ended by striking out the period R the end of paragraph numbered 1 thereof nnd adding tl.e followln "and In shares of federal savin*, and loan associations organized tin der the laws of tti« United State* Al B«c. Ca io. Section nlne__thousa tort* hun4r«a Atuvn rucir- John Thul was surprised Friday evening by bis children in honor of bin birthday. Duane Stewart spent the week end at his home in Bristow. Miss Willabclle Logan visited Sunday with Ardis Anderson. Naomi Speicher i,-vnt Sunday with her friend, Marion Mino. Miss Mary Jane LUWM spent the week end at her home in Lakota The Ray Wentworth family vis- ited'Sunday at the John Lamping horn* at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs- Sain Anderson of Fairmont visited Sunday ut the Walter Engstrom home. Next Sunday is Spring rally day at the Grant M. E. church. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hummond and family visited at the William Woods home at Woden, Sunday. IKII (*!•: l-'ll.K. 155 AN ACT TO AMK.ND SKl'THINS MINIS SANIl THIIKW llfNDHKU TIOKN (B31UI. NINI-: Tlllll'SA.Nll '.1*1 i If I'*I'* J JI' jV J *J £ JCJ .* 'J' \S 1'j.NT » NINK I'JIIJ'JI. MNK THurSANU TIIKKI-: lirNliltKli KlltTV- KH'.IIT C.iiUM. N1N1-: THiH'SANIi THKUli Hl'NIHiKO KKi I IT V-T \V< I (»; £•!). ANH TWK1.V1-: THOI'SANII SKVKN Hl'NliltKD SHVKNTV- TWO ir'7721. CulUO. r.!3fi, Al.l. UKLATlNli Til Ul'll.lilSO AM) LOAN ASSOCIATIONS AM) IN- VHSTMKNTS TH Kit KIN: TO Al'THOKIXK Nl'CH AShOCIA- TIONS TO INrilWK MHMHKItS' INVESTMENTS IN KKHKRAL S\VINliS ANll LOAN INSt'liANCK ciiUI'iiKATJON: TO I'KOVIOK Knit CONVKHSION OF FKHK11AI. SAVINC.S ANH LOAN ASSOCIATIONS INTO STATK ASSOCIATIONS TO ritKSCIHHK I'l.ANS. TKIt&lS ANll CONDITION'S UN- IJKK WHICH LOANS MAY UK M \1>K ANll KI'NIlri INVESTED MY StVH ASSOCIATIONS; TO I'lIoVllll-; FOU ASSOCIATIONS 1 LIENS ON SHAKES Ol'' MEMHKKS \NIl Kolt KNFOKCKMKNT THEKEO1-'. TO 1'HOVIHK KOIl I'l'HLISHINC. ANNl'AL STATEMENTS: TO PHIiSCJJlHK CONTENTS OF ANNl'AL STATEMENT TO Al'I'ITOI! OF STATK; TO I'KOVIPE FOlt UONPINO EMPLOYEES ANll OKFICKHS THEKEOF- TO SPECIFY CLASSES OF SHAKES WHICH MAY HE ISSI'EI) TO LIMIT THE! It EXPENSES. TO MAKE SHAKES IN FEI'EKAL SAVINC.S AMI JOAN ASSOCIATIONS AUTIIOK- IZKI) INVESTMENTS KOIl FII>1'- CIAKIES. To (JIVE THE KXI-'C. 1'TIVP COI'NCII. AUTHOKITY TO APPKOVE OK 1HSAPPKOVE OF AKTICLES OF INCOKl'Olt A- TlnN ANll HV-LAWS ANll c.KANT OK KEFUSE PEKMIS- -IIIN- Td OIC;ANI/E srcij ,\sso- |-i\T|ON"S AN'] i TO PIMlVlliE I'lll APPEAL KKO.M I.XKCC •pvi.- CiU'NCJL'S ACTION- To Ar-i'lliiKI/.E KSTA1II ISHJWI l'l:ni KR liESEKVES FOK LOSSES HKFOKE IlK.CI.AHINC, 1HV- I|»--vi>,s AN'l TO HI.',I : KM, All. LAV'; IV CONKI 1CT THEPl''- \VITH ANH TO KKPEAL SECTIONS NINE THorSASO THKEE ed In lieu thereof th« folIowln-K: "(a) The. lunds of a building and loftn asH^clatl.n not used or needed for other authorized purnows shall bn Invested for the benefit of Its sliari'h<ild4*rH In Iciiins to HH mem- III-IH, according to HIP plan or plnns spiM'lfli-d In ItH nrtlcU'H of Iticnrpora- tlnn. <m tl.e Kci-urlty «f list Menu on rent estnte or on tho security of II,-UN tm ItH own ><)>/ii'*'." of wlui-k. ur nri t'lilh such securities. "(In Each ln«ii nucurrd only hy rt'nl cstntc Hhall rcijulrc the IMII'- iiiwer to nuike weekly, srrnl-innrlh- ly or ninrlhly pnynients which slinlt lie nppllfd first to pay the IntereMt mi tin- unpiild principal nnd the re- mnlnder tu reduce the unpaid J>T|D- i-lpRl of the debt. "(e) Encl. loun secured by both lien on Ti-H) cHtntP and by nhan-H of mi uKBoclntliPii'H HKick Hhall reiiulrc the hurrower to subscribe, for nnd pledge shnrcH of stock Ir. th*» aHHO- clallon *>f I'"r value nt least c(|iml to the aniiiunt lic.riuwpd and to make wutkly, neml-inonthly or monthly payments on such HharifB until tlie paymentH wo made, together with dividends credited Ihcri/to, haw reached a value eijual to hl» unpaid Inil^MftliifHH anil tj.eri'upmi nui-ll pledged shares Hhnll b« ciu;- i-ell«-d nnd the v«lu« thereof Bhall In- uppllcil In payment of th« limn; iirnvlilfd, hnwevi-r, (hut any Kuril UMniiflutliiii muy penult tlm borrower to wllliilruw nil or portlmiH nf the 1-ri'dlln t" HUch pledged shares peri".lleully. nr whenever M|i«i-llle<l tiiiiiiunlH have IH-KII ucriiinuluted tl.eruon. and apply the priicfi'ilH therunf n« r'"rtl«l i/uynu-ntH mi «uch loan nr to withdraw for Buch other inn PIIHI-H UH muy he approved by It" biianl nf direclnrB. slmrea nf BKICK HiiliHcrllx'd fi>r and pledged un ulmve ni-iivlileil Hiid pttymelitM made there- iin and illvlileinlH »'redlt«d thereto filial! In »" evenl be liable fnr ln»«- es siiHialued by the uBmicltttlnn nml In nine of Iliiiililallon '>''!""'*'"!- clutloii BUI-II puynifiilM tti'.il illvlilendH shull he niTs.'t aK«l'i«l »'"' credHi-il In reduce the borrower« Indebted- "*' (d) Each 1<)»" Been red by lien "n real eBtule or by bdth real estate Hen und a»»''clutliin'B Blue It •hull provide for ullun tizul Inn of all tl.e plillcJlial wlllllll u liellnd <>f Lot til exceed llfteeli yi-ara and »hull be sei-urt.l by u (IrBl llliirtKiJKe nil reul eslale fiitlHlHtlliK of reiildenci: proper 1.V nr i-uiiiblnmlon nf ri-fcldi-nce unil l.uslnesB prupelty, and no nueli lour, fclmll he made 111 exci-HH nf twenty Hioiiwiiid (Inllai-n; pinvidcil. however, llml in.I in exceed ten per cent nf un umoelullnirB asiielx muy be lottll- ,.,1 in members .111 the Bi-i-urlty nf ntln-r linprnvcd reul e»lut<- unil without regard in mid twenty tlmii- -al il diillur* lllllllutlun. Kenl l-Blule Ki-eUrlliK luatis sliall lie Bitllllled III the e,unity In which the prlncliial pllll-e "f business "f the uhHOClUI Inn N Inculell. nr ill eiiUlllleH Illllliedlllte- )v adjnliiliiK nr ubullliig nn sucl. enmity. No real eslul,- loiins shul lit- mude except upnn written slKnt-il upiniilxal repnrlB made liy two nr more competent penuiln* nelected by the aBBiH-lullon'B bnuril nf dlrectori', cither frnin or outsble Its ineiuber- vhlp ami »uch liiuns shall lint, when made, exeue-d uev enty-Mve per cent uf tui-li uppralsed value. uml all InaiiB miii'l be approved uy the board t>t (llret-lnrs. <»r a i-ommitte«: thereof ur.d 1-eenrd Illaile uf hlleh apprn- vals provided, however, that limns li.Mireil by Ihe Federal HouMiiK Ad- iii in IM rut Ion may be ruwie not Ju ex- cim of eighty per cent uf surh up- prulsed value und f"i periods not tii exceed twenty yeaiB. Loams made before ttil» u'.'t tuki-M effect H! all not be effected by Us requirements. "lei If un UBBoeliitlun holila a nrsl moriKutre louii un reul estate It may make un uddltlonul U'un nr loulirf 1,11 the beeurlly of an mldil loiiul tlrnt Hen lilortKUgv or niol'IKUgeB mi Hie name property provided tin Male unpaid principal of such mort- UUUes does not eXfeeJ the peieert- f Ihe upprul."eil value of UIL ^slute uuthnrlxed by law. fl LOUIIH mu.v iilsu be mude up- tllf ^,•l'urlt.v of (lie pl*''lKfS 'j ,-i nf t!u- Muck nf the lemliu .•lalloil liel'J by the bonower Nl.ull not be inutlc In e\-'-M> ly ),er cent of Ihe fair value pledget! (.hurts. Nn i-tock lM!,"W' ., «reny repealed aro tnere 1* In lieu thereof the follow- J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 261 E. J. Van Nes« O. W. BUllmaa VAN NESS * enrnxMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 218 Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly 8BVMWAT * KELLT ATTORNBTS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phoat M be ......r « CT - proceeding equity and the findings and decors of the executive council shall liltidlng up the court unless over«me by clear and convincing proof, ny party aggrieved by the order, dgment or decree of the court may ipenl therefrom to the supreme urt of Iowa." Sec 11 Sections nlr.e thousand iree' hundred forty-seven <9347), nil nine thousand three hundred flf- y (9360), Code. 19SB. are hereby re- lealed and the following enacted In leu thereof: ' ,, "After making sucl. provlson as It eems advisable for absorbing Im- edlate nnd possible future losses, IP, board of directors of such as- oclatlnn shall annually, seml-an- ually or nuarterly declare and ap- ortlor ns a dividend to members nc- ordlng to Its articles of Incorpora- lon. such portion of the assocla- lon's net profits as It may deem vn liable." ... Sec. 12. All laws and parts of aws In connict with this act are preby repealed. Sec. 13. If any section, subsection, clause, sentence or phrase of this act Is for any reason held to lie unconstitutional arid Invalid, *<»ch Icclslir. shall not affect the validity if tho remaining portions of this H'PC. 14. act being deemed of Immediate Importance shall be In full force and effect after Itii Passage nnd publication In Algona Upper r>es Molnes, a r.ewspaper published at Algona, Iowa, and the Cedar Ttaplds Gazette, a newspaper published JL. A. WINKM. ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phon« IN ALGONA, IOWA «r.ncted "(a) The proponed nrtlrlex of Incorporation for any proponed new nvKorlnllon. together with proponed bv-lnwB, Hhiill be prfBonted lo the auditor of stale, nnd by him oub- niltted to the c\f-<'iitlve council nnd It flndn tl.nt thev are In conformity with the law and b,l«ed upon n tt: eo.uJt/iM«,' In all rewpectw In Itt* Speaker of the Hou«e. jorm It VALTWTINB; President of the Senate. I hereby certify that this Illll or- Iglnnted In the House and Is known ns Hmiup Flic IBS. Forty-seventh (lencrnl Assemhly. A. f. OtISTAFSON. Chief Clerk nf the House. Approved: April 'I. 1037 NELSON O. IvKASCirEL. 14 Ooverror. HIRAM B. WHTTE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANBON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldf. Office Phone 460-J Re«. 810 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a B. McMahoo L. E. Llnnan JDLLTVAN, MTMAHON * LINNAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW \ Office over Koisuth Mut In«. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDKB ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Poatofflce Phone 65 PHYSICIANS * BTOOEON8~" 3. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN A BURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr, A. L. Rtat over Rexall Drug Stor« [OffUe Phone 300 Rei. Phone 338 ALOONA, IOWA UKe j,l,ur ull he mude when applications f"i Wllhiiruwula have been on Hie Illl'l'l li'i niur»- than sixty »l.iy» hc- ciiu.-, ,,f Ul, k of available funds, mi- H-h.s Bpecir.cally uulhurUed by Iht- buald uf .Illeclurs "i£l l-.'V'i-I'.V Mli'h ii.ssiM Kl I i'/IJ .-' at n'll linns have a lien upon the Muck uf u int'tnlu'i aa bt-t vully fur repayment uf muiiey luaiu-J him and us security for his other Indebtedness tu live Ubsi'daliuii and such ll--n "iball attach und continue without NOTICE TO Livestock Feeders of this Community The Garner Sales Co., Garner, Iowa, has been offering 450 to 800 cattle, 160 to 300 hogs, and 50 to 150 sheep at their regular THURSDAY SALE Included each week are 150 to 300 choice quality Hereford stock cattle. These cattle which are arriving direct from the range are weighing 350 to 650 Ibs. (both steers and heifers), Also large numbers of good quality local cattle (many of these are Western cattle whch arrived in Iowa last fall), and native cattle of all grades are offered each Thursday. Tlio following coiiKi^Dincriisliivvc bt-cn listed fur this week's sale—Thursday, April 8tli, starting at 12 noon. 25 Hereford yearling steers, weigh 475 Ibs. 45 Hereford yearling steers, weigh 500 Ibs. 25 Hereford yearling steers, weigh 550 Ibs. 20 Hereford heifer calves weigh 475 Ibs. (acclimated) 20 Hereford heifer calves, weigh 400 Ibs., (acclimated) 15 Hereford yearling heifers, weigh 600 Ibs., (acclimated.) 25 Hereford yearling steers, weigh 600 Ibs., (acclimated) 40 Shorthorn steers, weigh 600 to 850 Ibs. 15 Shorthorn heifers, weigh 600 Ibs. Also a good run of milks cows, springers, bulls, calves and odd lots of stocker and feeder cattle. There will be a good offering of fat steers, fat heifers, and butcher cows. 150 Hogs —included will be feeding pigs, bred sows, gilts and boars (must uf tbese are lung time vaffiiiated). We have been selling between :»() and 50 bred sows each week. (50 Sheep —Will consist uf bred ewes, IV.t lambs and bucks. Mr. Consignor—If you have cattle hogs or sheep to turn into cash you will find u very dependable outlet in these sules. Special rate on loud lots fat cattle in juat 2 percent. Mr. Buyer—All livestock is weighed over state inspected scales us soon as they leave our sale ring. You will like the quaJity and the assortment offered in the Garner HaJes Co. ring. Hang this ud up somewhere for future reference. If you wish to call us concerning purchase of stock cuttle or feeding pigs place call ut our expense. Listen to KGLO tMuson Cilyi each Wednesday evening at 7:05 for latest announcements. Garner Sales Co. (iAKNKH, IOWA Phone Garner 37 und 1H or Kleiaine73 H. CBE-l'/MmVER, M. D. IGEON A PHYSICIAN rice John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-810 LVIN G. BOURNE SICIAN A SURGEON over Post Office Bldg. fflce 197 Re«. 1 \08TEOPATHS OR. & W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment ot rectal dl»- easei, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 18T DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Chrlstensen store* Phone, Business 166, Residence 780 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phono 138 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa UEO. D. WALRATH, I>. D. 8. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, low* KARL H. HOFFMAN DENTIST . Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 41 Res. Phone 116 REAL ESTATE MURTAOII A SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Qulnby Bldg. Phont 105 VETERINARIANS FOX « WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel GrTii-e 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 476-B ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 sheets) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Algoua Upper Des Moiuea office for partiuclara

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