The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 17, 1930 · Page 13
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The tfpper Des Moines-Republican, December 17, 1930 3urt to Have a New Bank Soon. For the past few weeks Burt has had o bank and a clearing house has been aking care of the business in that city. L inove Is now on foot to organize a ew bank. The Monitor says: "Plans for a bank in Burt, which up o now have been more or less Intan- ible, began to crystallize last week. Jr. W, T. Peters went to Des Molnes nold's Park and Swea City lar line-up will probably b Bonham, forwards; Lichter son, guards, and Pearson, { Will play the fast West tet here tonight at eight o Bend has beaten Ottosen cals are confident of wi the regulars in the game The line-up for the Ot was: Loss and Liohter, gi er and Behnke, forwards a center. Bend quin- winning with IB. Ottosen game "3; Min- Monday evening to interview the state banking department and secure an application for a charter. • The movement will be pressed as rapidly &s possible." Algona Independents Lost to Ottosen. The Algona Independent basket ball team lost a fast but ragged game at Ottosen last Wednesday night by the score of 21 to 22. The locals were handicapped, however, by the fact that their line-up consisted mostly of substitutes, three or four of the regulars being Unable to be present. A fan- crowd witnessed the contest. The iteam has been but recently organized under the management of William. Keneflck with f£r% Kuhft booking agent for the gamesT About fifteen men are get/ting out regularly for practice, among them several former high school and college stars. The games are held in the high school gymnasium. During January the team will play two games a week with such West Bend Lady Died in Hospital. Mrs. Roy Forsythe passed away at the hospital in Fort Dodge Sunday morning after a week's illness of double pneumonia. She was taken to the hospital Friday evening, hoping to get better care. The body was brought to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Await Jurgens, Sunday afternoon. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Apostle's church and burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Forsythe was-Esther Jurgens, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Await Jurgens before her marriage at Havelock to Roy Forsythe of that place three years ago. One daughter, Shirley Ann, born to this union. She, with the husband, is left to mourn her loss. She leaves besides her husband and daughter, her parents, three sisters, Mrs. George Bucher, Ellen and Bernadlne Jurgens and four brothers; Edward, Roland, Cornelius and Orvile. Mr. and Mrs. Forsythe have been conducting a teams as Mason City, Estherville, Ar-cafe in West Bend for the past year. German Lutherans Have Xmas Program. Corner of North Wooster and East Elm streets. H. Dubhe, pastor. There will be English services Sunday with celebration of holy communion. Announcement for communion will be received Friday after four p. m. and during the evening. Preparatory services begin at ten o'clock, regular services at ten-thirty. The following children's Christmas program will be given at Trinity church Christmas eve, December 24, at seven-thirty. Song— Come Hither, Ye Faithful, by children and congregation. Song — Oh! How Joyfully, by the children. Responsive reading by pastor and children. Recitation— The Old Old Christmas Story by Alice Geilenfeld. Song— Christmas Day So Dear and Holy, by children. Fart 1— Peace Lost. Recitation — On this Eve of Joy and Gladness by Ruth E. Hoelter. Song, Come, and Christ, the Lord be Praised, by children. Questions and answers by pastor and children. Part II — Peace Promised. Recitation— Through the Darkness of the Ages by Reta Will. Song— Lift up Your Hearts Ye Mighty Gates, by children. Questions and answers by pastor and children. Song— Comfort, Comfort Ye !My People by children and congregation. Part III— Peace Incarnate. Recitation— Past and Gone's the Time of Waiting by Edwin Hoelter. Song — Come Hither Ye Children by children. Responsive reading of the Christmas Story. Song— As Each Happy Christmas by children. Song by Ruth Will and Lois Dubbe. Recitation— All Hall! He Comes, by Esther Geilenfeld. Song— Silent Night, Holy Night by children. Part IV — Peace Proclaimed. Recitation— Long Ago the Star Did Vanish by Hulda Zimmermann. Song— We Hall Thee with Rejoicing by children. Questions and answers by pastor and children. Song— O Jesus, King of Glory, by children and congregation. Short address by the pastor. Song— To Us a Child of Hope Born by children and congregation. Prayer. Lord's Prayer In unison. Closing stanza. All are cordially invited to celebrate the birth of our Saviour with us. S DINNER !s Chickens, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks Roasts and Steaks Fancy Ludefish Celery Lettuce Cauliflower Cucumbers Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Rutabagas Hubbard Squash Tomatoes Frozen Strawberries Fancy Xmas Candy 15c a Pound Fancy Box Candy at reasonable prices. Christmas Nuts Brazil Jumbo Peanuts Almonds Walnuts Filberts Paper shelled Pecans Full line of Xmas trees. Moe & Sjogren Yes We Deliver. Two Phone 246 & 247 We Buy Eggs. WXXWySyM^^ Christmas Sunday School Program. The Congregational Sunday School, assisted by the church choir, will present the Adoration Pageant, "White Gifts for the King," Sunday, December 21 at five o'clock p. m. The public is invited. White Gifts will be presenter! by the Sunday School members and a silver offering will be taken to use to help the less fortunate to secure Christmas cheer: The characters of the pageant are: The Reader June Corey The Madonna .... Josephine Chubb The shepherds—John Christensen, James Spencer and Charles Paxson. The Wise men—John Hargreaves, William Kain and William Ferguson. Leader of the gift bearers, Mrs. D. (Smith. Gift bearers—Arba Dee Long, Mrs. H. Hutchins, Hubert Deal, Donald Steele, Willard Zeigler, Mrs. Bowen, Bobby Ditsworth, Meredith Richardson, Byron Smith, John Ferguson, Bobby LaBarre, Theodora Larson. Torch bearer, John Spencer. The Music. Prelude—Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Processional, "Holy Night." Christmas Carols. Anthem, "See Amid the Winter's Snow." Solo, "Luther's Cradle Hymn," Josephine Chubb. Quartet, "We Three Kings of the Orient Are." R. Keen, Dr. Schaap, R. Steele and D. Smith. Solo, "Oh Holy Night," Dr ; Schanp. Anthem, "Arise, Shine Thy Light Has Come." Solo, "Jesu, Bambino," Mrs. A. Michel. Recessional, "Silent Night." Postlude, Mrs. SVlvia Gunn. HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR ROAD BILL Authorises State to Contract Indebtedness If Assembly Adopts Bill. SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE CALLED LATER. State Highway Commission Plans to Pave 8,125 Miles by 1943. Three Plans are Discussed. >3C8*i»mc«ce»ac8»*S2e«e^cem r 1 •«! j si'iB® i n i smith s Billiard Parlor Methodist Christmas Cantata Sunday Eve. The Methodist Christinas cantata will be given at the church Sunday evening at seven-thirty. The name of the cantata is "The Greatest Gift" by Petrie. It will be sung by a chorus of twenty-eight voices with solos by Mr. Raymond Anderson, Miss Alberta Grosenbach, Miss Wilson, M. M. Morrow, B. A. Thorpe and Edward Genrich. Miss Wilson won second place in the Iowa Atwater Kent audition contest in 1928. She recently moved to Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Wilson, who live in the C. R. LaBarre house on South Harlan street. Mrs. Raymond Norton, who is organist at the Methodist church, is directing the cantata. WyVyyVVVWWJVWVhrtVW^ • I ^_A_ A r~\ A A A n* Let us wish that Santa Glaus will fill your stocking with the good things you need, and fill your hearts with the happiness of the occasion—that is the desire of F. S. NORTON & SON ALGONA, IOWA, vvvvw^ftvwwwvvwvvvvwwvvwi Baptist Church. The Baptist mission circle will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Freeh on Thursday afternoon of this week. The Baptist Booster Bunch will meet Friday evening at the parsonage. Saturday, Rev. and Mrs. Frank H. Webster will drove to Indianola for their daughter, Elizabeth who is a senior at Simpson College, and who will spend the holiday vacation at home. Usual services at the Baptist church next Sunday. Morning subject, "The First Christmas." Evening subject, 'The Legend of the First Chrimas Tree." The Booster Bunch will sing at the evening service. On Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24, the Baptist church and Sunday School will have an old fashioned Christmas entertainment with tree and treats an a program by the little folks. We bid you a cordial welcome to the varied programs of the church—frank H. Webster, minister. "Neighboring" Star The nearest star, BO fi>r as known Is Alpha Ceptaurl, the brightest star I" the constellation Centuiirus. Its die tance Is about 4.3 light years, or 20 iulU'8. This proposed act was drawn under the direction of a group of members of the Roads and Highways Committees of both the senate and the house, in anticipation of the adoption of the constitutional amendment by the legislature In January, 1931, and by the people at a special election In February or March, 1931. The first eight sections of the bill relate entirely to the administration of the bond act In accordance with the provisions of the constitutional amend- endment. Sections 9, 10, and 11 of the act, relate to a future state road policy. The Bill. An act to authorize the state of Iowa to contract an indebtedness not to exceed one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000.00) for the Improvement of highways, and for the payment of county primary roads and bonds Issued to refund county primary road bonds, to authorize the issuance and sale of bonds of the state of Iowa In evidence of said indebtedness, to provide ways and, means for the payment of such bonds and Interest thereon, to pledge the credit of the state of Iowa there- for, to pledge motor license fees and gasoline and other motor fuel license fees to the payment of such bonds and Interest thereon, to provide for the deficiency, if any, between the principal and interest of such bonds maturing in any year and the funds produced bv such pledged license fees, to provide for additions to the primary road system to reach all towns in the state of Iowa having a population of one hundred fifty (150) or more, to provide for the improvement of primary roads, and to provide for paving other primary roads in addition to those designated in Article XIII of the constitution of the state of Iowa. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa: Section 1. To provide the funds with which to aid in meeting the cost of. the primary road improvement program outlined in Article XIII of the constitution of the state of Iowa, and to pav the principal of county primary road bonds and bonds issued to refund county primary road bonds, maturing or callable, the executive council, from time to time as may be necessary, shnll issue and sell bonds of the state to be known as state primary road bond.-,. The to l al amount of sur'i bonds issued under this act shaU not evccprt one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000.00). Section 2. The bonds herein authorized shall be general obligations of the state of Iowa. They shall be issued in serial form and shall bear interest nt the rate of not to exceed five (5) per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Each bond shall be due and payable on the date stlpuated on the face thereof, which date shall be not more than twenty (20) years after the date of the issuance of the particular bond. Both principal and interest of said bonds shall be payable at the office of the treasurer of the state of Iowa, or at any other place designated by the executive council. Each bond shall be signed by the governor under the great seal of the state of Iowa and shall also be signed by the treasurer of state. Each bond and the interest coupon thereto attached shall bear the lithographed facsimile signature of the nuditor of state. Said bonds shall not be taxed. They may be of such form as to permit registration of ownership. The full faith, credit and resources of the state of Iowa are hereby pledged for the payment of said bonds and the interest thereon. Section 3. All bonds herein authorized shall be sold by the executive council in accordance with the provisions of law. The treasurer of state i shall dispose of said bonds according I to the terms of the sale previously entered into by the executive council and proceeds thereof shall be known as the primary road bond fund. Section 4. Said primary road bond fund shall be used only for the following purposes: To defray the cost of the improvement of primary roads as provided in Article XIII of the constitution of the state of Iowa, and costs incident thereto. To pay the principal of maturing and callable county primary road bonds and blonds issued to refund county primary road bonds. Said primary road bond fund shall be paid out in the same manner as provided by law for the primary road fund. Section 5. There is hereby created a primary road bond redemption fund. Said fund shall include: Such motor license fees and gasoline and for other motor fuel license fees as are pledged to the payment of the principal and interest of primary road bonds issued under this acf. The proceeds of any general lax levied under this act. Said primary rotvrl bond redemption fund shall be used for the payment of the principal and interest of primary road bonds issued under this act, and for no other purpase. Section 6. Eight million dollars ($8,000,000.00) is hereby determined to bs sufficient for the payment of the principal and interest accruing In any year on all bonds Issued under this act. The treasurer of state shall each year transfer to the primary road bond redemption fund from the motor license fees and gasoline and other motor fuel license fees going to the primary road fund an amount which together with any unexpended balance remaining in said primary road bond redemption fund is sufficient to make up a fund of eight million dollars ($8.000,000.00), and shall certify to the auditor of state and state highway commission the amounts so ransferred. There is hereby pledged and dedicated from such motor license fees and gasoline or other motor fuel license fees an amount sufficient each year to meet the provisions of this section. The execu f lve council In Issuinar bonds hereunder shall so fix thrf maturity dates of such bonds thn> *he bonds maturing and the Interest accruing In any years s^a'l no* p" C ee-l eight million dollars (fcs.ooo.oo'i.ooi. Section 7. If In anv vears It sh-i'l fin- Oct. your Christmas Smokes at Smith's. A fine line of tobaccos, smokers' supplies and confectionery. SPORTING GOODS We have the most complete line of duns. Munitions and Fishing Tackle in the county. Visit at Smith's who wishes you all A Merry Christmas ^ys^yxtsx^^ pear that the funds coming Into the. Song— Beyond the Starry Skies, the '- ' primary road fund during the ensuing year from motor license fees and from gasoline or other motor fuel license fees will be insufficient to make up the eight million dollars ($8,000,000.00) fund provided for in the preceding section, then the executive council shall compute such deficiency nnd flx the rate of tax necessary to produce such amount and certify some to the state board of assessment and review for inclusion In the general state tax levy. Such tax shall be levied and collected In the same manner as other state taxes. The proceeds of the tax levy herein authorized shall be credited to the primary road bond redemption fund. Section 8. The principal of all county primary road bonds and bonds Issued to refund county primary road bonds outstanding when the first state bonds are issued under this act shall be paid as such bonds mature or become subject to call from the proceeds of the state bonds issued under this act. The interest on such county bonds shall ba paid from the primary road fund. Section 9. State highway commission shall on or before January 1st, 1932, add to the primary road system such roads as will provide the most practicable connection from the nearest and most accessible primary road to each town in the state having a population of one hundred fifty (150) or more ns shown by the latest available census. , Section 10. In addition to the primary roads designated for paving in Article XIII of the constitution of the state of Iowa, the state highway commission shall construct pavement on all ether roads included in the primary road system. Pavement or such additional roads shall be of such types and designs'ns the state highway commission may determine to be sufficient to carry the traffic thereon. Payment for such additional pavement shall bo made from the primary road fund Section 11. Until such time as nil of ihe primary roads designated for paving by Article XIII of the constitution of the state of Iowa shall have been so improved, at least eighty (80) per cent of the mileage o fpavemnt built on the primary road system in any year shall be located on those ronds designated for paving by said Article XIII of the Constitution of the state of Iowa. ( Section 12. Nothing in this act shnll be construed to prevent the temporary surfacing of any primary road wit'.i gravel or other material to carry the traffic until funds are available to pave such road, or to prevent the relocation, modification or change of any part of the primary road system. i Section 13. This act being deemed of | immediate importance shall take effect upon its publication in two newspapers of general circulation in this state, and he in force thereafter. choir. Hymn 27:4-0. Prayer and benediction. The Sunday School will hold their Christmas program n,t seven p. m. Milwaukee Train Run in Two Sections. The Milwaukee road will run Train No. 11, which arrives here from the east about six a. in. in two sections from December 18 to 25 In order to handle the business. The first section will carry passengers and the second section the malls. Next Sunday, Train No. 3, arriving: here about three p. m., will carry mail and Train No. 4 from the west, arriving here about seven a. in. will carry mail Monday morning to relieve the congested mall conditions. Ordinarily these two trains No. 3 and 4, do not carry mail on those days. CRESCO NEWS. The G. W. and Ray Brown families were Sunday guests at the Carl Bahling home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller took Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Potter to Elmore, Minnesota, where Charles was again treated by a specialist in arthritis. The D. D. Sparks home was placed under quarantine the middle of last week due to the two eldest children having the scarlet fever, though in a light form. A large number attended the program and basket social Friday evening given by Martha Potter nnd pupils southeast of St. Benedict. Many returned home due 1 to lack of room in the school house. Articles left from the bazaar were auctioned QfT and a covered dish supper was served to a good sized crowd last week Wednesday nt the E. C. Potter home. This was the last Aid society meeting for this year. The Mothers nnd Daughters club was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. W. L. Martin in Algona. The color scheme of Christmas was carried out in the luncheon. Guests were Mrs. P. J. Wnldron, Algona and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson. The next meeting is a party January 16th (scheduled to the held nt the John Simon home. Mcsdnmes J. H. Froscr, Homer Lindhorst and William Runchcy arc the program committee. Monday evening nt the August Berneau home a birthday party was arranged by Mrs. Clayton, it being Mr. Berneau's birthday and others occurring December were Mesdames C. H. nnd E. C. Potter and O. 8. Moore, the Messrs. A. E. Clayton, Wm. Shealler nnd Rev. Wood, who were present with their husbands. The menu WHS furnished by the men and other good things by the ladles. Christmas dccor- ntions beatified the home nnd on the table there wns a large birthday cako with seven candles. A very pleasant evening wns spent. "'^•wltl make your ' DOUBLE-EDGE RAZOR (old or new model) -or your money back Guaranteed by PROBAK CORPORATION DimON 0» .AuloSlrop Solely Roior Co.. Inc, N. V. C xmmxx&x^^ First Lutheran Church. Sunday School at ten a. in. and evening worship at seven-thirty. Christmas Day— Full morning service at ten o'clock. Hymn No. 25—the congregation. The Liturgy. Song—Shepherds Abiding in the Field, the choir. Hymn 27: 1-3. Sermon: Text Luke 2:1-29. Theme, "The Wonderful Things That Took Place at Jesus' Birth." A timely special for Friday and Saturday. Something every hoy and girl will enjoy not to mention father and mother. For these two days we are offering' while they last, a large shipment of Bobby C<olf sets a nine whole course complete with ball and club, a real parlor golf game at only $2.49. (k't in early and take advantage of this real value. In addition to this special we are offering big discounts on every piece of furniture in the store; sold before invoice date, January 1. Wo have been eimying one of the biggest holiday trades wo have ever had. (Jet to know .Richardson's better and your holiday money will go much farther. Peanut Brittle . 2 pounds Jioasted Jumbo Peanuts, 2 Ibs. __' Extra fancy Dates, 2 Ibs. ' Texas Seedless Grapefruit, G for Nice Prunes, C^, per pound Mixed Dried Fruit-'- Soiuethiiif? new 9ftf per pound Fancy Rice, C*. per pound Holly Wreaths Xmas Trees Mistletoe Long's Wish All a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. RICHARDSON *— Furniture Exchange— "Where Furniture Sells for Less." R. GK Richardson, Prop. Algona, Iowa. wMWjy^G®83^^ To all of our friends wo extend this heart-felt wish that this Christmas will be the best ever; that you and your friends will foregather in the firelight of the Yuletide logs and laugh and make merry, and that the gifts you receive will be accepted in the way they are given. Elbert Garage Houtli of Court House Algona, Iowa. fJVV^

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