Ackley World Journal, January 7, 1932

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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - January 7, 1932, Ackley, Iowa VOLUME official Hardin WIN JANUARY JVHOLE Briefs of tbe nDornino FRANKLIN BOYS 360 of 400 Attending Entered Contest at Retain Trophy as Their Permanent Prizing It Highly At the boys annual 4H short course and convention which was held nt Iowa State College at Ames sev eral days last Franklin coun tys junior judges again won State Approximately 360 boys out of the 400 attending the short course entered the which was the largest number competing in the his tory of the This for the first time the teams were made up of the three highest scoring men from each coun whereas in other years the teams were picked before the mier grain judging honors were won by the Franklin county boys who scored 2070 points out of a possible The team was made up of Wil lis Danielson of Verald Brown of and Dia mond of This is the third consecutive Franklin coun ty teams have won this which is known as the Allee grain so it becomes the permanent property of Franklin Willis Danielsonand Verald Brown who had perfect grain tied for the Reed medal which is award ed to the highest scoring individual in grain Verald Brown was winner of the medal given by professor of animal at Iowa State to the highest scoring indi vidual in judging Franklin 1931 judging team has set a record that teams in the future will find hard to Diamond Willis Ver ald and Russell Wagner made 1 the teams which wonfirst at the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines in Julius Chicagoan who gave away eleven million dollars to is Ill two Things are happening in the Congressman Patman of ELECT MEMBERS BY DISTRICTS Supervisors Not to Be Elected by County as a wants Secretary of the Treas County Divided Into Three Parts Decision Made by Present Board of A change in the manner of electing members of the Hardin county board ury Mellon impeached for high crimes and Illinois senate is told that men in Illinois are out of Governor Roosevelt makes speech at as bid for democratic nomination for presi Three billion dollars of money has been spent on Expensive unanimous SOCIAL SERVICE LEAGUE Mteetu at Eldora Next Elec tion of seventh annual meeting of the Social Service League will be held in the court room in Monday January at 2 Reports of the work done during 1981 will be given by President Fanny Secretary Harry Treasurer and Elsie Social Mae Habernicht of Des Moines will be the speaker As director ot EASTERN STARS ANNIVERSARY Organization Rounds Out Twenty of supervisors has been recommend ed by the board of supervisors as present although the res olution that was passed upon was not the child welfare bureau of the state at i board of her address will be pets to Some solons at Washington dispute Ghandi of India is jailed looks like trouble ahead of British Gale lashes coast of England freak weather in Europe Portugal frozen Dale air crash es to earth at City of Detroit lops 500 employes off the Judge blanies Americas crime on prohibitory liquor President Hoovers aid bill gets of GARDEN CLUB TO MEET livestock judging with State champion Diamond as first at the North Iowa Fair at Mason City in dairy judging with Brown high man of the and first at Ames in grain judging with Dnnielson and Brown tied for State JANSSENHUESMAN Young German Township People United in The marriage of Miss Gertrude INSTALL GRAND LODGE OFFICERS Meeting at Grundy Monday Evening Largely Rogers of Spartacus Lodge is Made Grand Chancellor SpartacusJ Lodge Knights of Pyth ias of Grundy Center was privileged toentertain a company of two hun more of the fraternitys membership at an installation cere mony of grand lodge officers last Monday The occasion proved a very happy bringing togethei as it did the grand lodge officers and members of various lodges who take particular delight in exemplifying the spirit of Damon and Pythias and the Pythian fraternal In ad dition to the knights who were as sembled there was a generous repre sentation of Pythian equally one According to the new proposal the county is to be separat ed into three each district to select its own inde pendently of the other According to the arrangement the first district would include the town ships of Buckeye and Ellis the Jack Tipton and Pleasant townships the Grant and The board as at present consti tuted is Boddy and Martin the vote on the proposal was two to Boddy and Martin for Chantrill The proposed arrangement might avoid the election of board members from the more populous sections of the but it has seldom resulted so the fact having been accepted that the men so chosen wbuld be rep resentative and sufficiently broad visioned to serve the interests of the not one particular corner of he Grundy county is split into seven supervisor each supervisor receiving a certain compensation over in Black Hawk with seventy odd thousand and Waterloo Evening of January Elect 15 to A business meeting of the Garden Club is to be held oil the evening of January at 8 A general business meeting one of the important matters to be acted upon isthe election of A good at tendance is IRMERS ELEVATOR IS A BUSY PLACE DOlng Annual Business of Buying and Selling Cattle and Gasoline and Oila Working five Years Observed Event with Appropriate Ceremonies Short The twentyfifth anniversary of the founding of Rising Chapter was fittingly observed last Thursday old years by means of a six oclock dinner followed by an evening of entertainment one hundred and twentyfive were Of this five are charter namely Miss Alice Grace Potter Miller Marie Bleeker and There are eigh charter members still resident i three of Miller Mr Seth and Miss Ann were not Joh Hunt acted in the capacity of toast An interesting feature of the program between courses was the reading of the minutes of the firdtmeeting of Rising Star The toastmaster then called upon charter members for Alice first Worthy Ma tron of the gave an in teresting talk Trainer ex EFFORT WaTanYe Club It Efforts at The WaTanYe Club of wishes to thank many our Outdoor and Lighting the hurried tbe and to those who wandered about for the joy of viewing the our city fairly spoke the Yuletlde Prizes were according to the rules of the by four points of that 40 30 artistic 20 general Awards as follows first second Henry third Ohno honorable Though there were only four honors each entrant received many worthwhile compliments from the out of town and from the three judges who graciously accepted the difficult task of making when each en trants effort was so The committee was criticized and as committees ever are but is happy with the assurance of many of our citizens to help make our project this year atil more effec pressed her pleasure and satisfaction at being able to be pesent at the Marie who presided at the childrens an nounced of the young sons of Star members had been appointed to serve as each one of our local Ackley Modern Woodmen America are to install newly elected officers at the regular monthly meet ing that is to be held this Thursday All members who possibly can are urged to be FATAL ACCIDENT with there are but and the districts are fairly Whether the Hardin board assumes change the method whether the idea is a proposal to be decided by vote of the entire coun is not Janssen and Klaas oc curred at the home of the brides par and John Janssen last Wednesday in the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting the ceremony being performed by the pastor of East Friesland German Presbyterian in man Miss Gertrude is a daughter of and John arid is known to her many friends as among the popular young women of the community the groom is a son of and Meint born and reared in northwest a young man of splendid es teemed by The bride was hand somely attired in a dress of navy blue silk The wedding march was played by Joe After the ceremony a twocourse luncheon was served and the evening was very pleasantly spent in the circle of It was a happy and the union of these two young lives should prove happy through Certain it is that they have the well wishes of the frienda who have known them through life After February 1st they will begin housekeeping on the old home farm of the Huesman One of the features that particu larly interestsmembers of Rose Croix lodge of is that was installed as Grand ViceChan Rogers of Grun dy Spartacus being in stalled as Grand Chancellor of the domain of The Evenings Installation ceremonies began at K following a supper that was DEPENDENT POOR Those in Grundy Must Go Over the Hill Says Grundy spite of the fact that the county has had more calls for poor relief this year than for many care in expending the fund has put the Grun dy poor fund in much better shape than it was a year The balance on hand 30 this year was 620 as against a balance of only 334 at the same period last Insistence of the board that per sons applying for aid from the county go to the county home for care rather tlian receiyehouse and groceries at their home is credited with a big part of the savings effected along business where theres a and an inclination to business has an illustration right ati home here in the organization of the Farmers Elevator un der the management of August Cars It requires a larger volume of business under present conditions and under conditions t that have prevailed ior some time than was re quired not far Prices of and been and are compared with prices of not so long to do an an nual amounting to and more a requires energetic direction and a willingness to do business on the part of every indi vidual includedin theworking force of the elevator The Farm ers Elevator company of this city is ably directed by August who enthusiastic and an untiring worker who takes no account of tyne or At the present time the company has a working crew of nine as in dicated here and Howard Bleeker for Rath State Exchange These boys have had coin banks entrusted to their keeping in which Eastern Star mem bers may at any time place contribu tions their or Each coin often as it be comes is to be taken to the bank it its contents put at the amount thus ac cumulated to form a nucleus for a building fund to be used in the erec tion of a permanent program wasenlivened bysev eral musical Miss Lena Mai Heikens and Dorothy Mae Cars tens favored with a piano Miss es Jeanette Bleeker and Virginia Campbell entertained with a clarinet violin Merle Hunt and Stanley Brandt showed their skill on the ac and Miss Match CoUister sang a Chorus ringing was indulged in by The decorations for the occasion were both beautiful and The arranged so as to forma fivepoint which on the ceiling was affixed the starry Father of Poisal From Ladder A news note from Clarksvllle in substance is that the father of Poisal died from the effects of a fall from a stepladder that oc curred at Des Moines three tnonths Her William Schulen was 83 years Poisal is well remembered by residents of Ackley of twentjror more years Van Ppisftl of and Peter were engaged in the restaurant and bakery business in company with Frod Since their removd from and Poisal have been living on a small acre at the east edge of His three sons and thref other daughters The are SMI and Dos MoinWJ and Mose served at by the Pythian Music by Presentation of Address of by Will Response by Waterloo Awake with the Jack Miss Beatrice Pet Ben Janssenj Raymond Taft Miss Irene Grand by Ward Sam Fred at Supplementary Grim Supreme Congratulatory John Tuthill C Rath Good My quar this FOR VAUDEVILLE RAIL SHOPMEN ACCEPT A WAGE SLASH Shopmen of the Illinois Central railroad agreed to a wage cut of 10 per retroactive to January Tbe men affected are members of a company union organized after the shopmens strike of 1922 and are not affiliated with the national or ganization of as Addresses by Jerry Ray Gar ber and all Past Grand Return flag to resting Music and social Ackley Knights and Pythian ters present at the ceremonies and banquet were and Sherman and Fred Talnerv and and and Fred and Misses Esther and Mildred To Install Installation of newly elected of fleers is part of the program tha has been assigned to members o Rose Croix Knights of Pythias on the evening of January A full attendance of the njem berslrip social session is to fpllgw the business meeting the oldtimergi to Every Wednesday and Thursday Eve nings Commencing This This act has appeared in larger cities from coast to James and Vivian Glasgow have also appeared in leading musical Baby Virginia Ann played with the ex movie star Francis Bushman in a huge production The Squaw at the Kedzie Theatre in Chicago last also played in the pro duction Street Baby Vir ginia Ann also broadcasted from radio stations in Chicago with Francis She was also chosen for a feature child a big radio program but could not accept on account of a Now dont be afraid of these people because I am sure they can They played1 invthe Years Eve midnight show at the Capitol theatre in Dodge just last week and are playing for the Lodge Monday night of this At the Strand Ackleyj Wednesday and Thursday January 18 and and every week those evenings until further manager Miss Marion Otto Lou Fred Heffelmeier employed in the handling coal and livestock John buyer of livestock at Owasa John Laipple buyer of livestock at Faulkner John Frerichs distributor of gasoline and oils by The company has an extensive retail trade in coal many carloads ot coal are bought and sold annually and at the preseni time this part of the is at Since July thirteen car loads of gasoline and oils have been received and distribu During the past week twelve car loads Ofhogs were The annual volume of business is large at present prevailing prices it ex and with prices prevailing within the recent past that they will return again in the not too far distant fu the totalwould exceed a Considering the fact that the farm ing territory of this section feeds most of the grain that the farms pro duce and that but very little grain i sold and delivered at the the business that Is done is remarkable and1 is attributable to the energy of the management and faithfulness of the working emblem brilliantly lighted by means of rows of electric lights through each star each point in one ol theEastern Star Festoons of white decorated and draped with sil ver and gaily extended from the star points to the tables Directly beneath this and marking the point of joining ot the five was fashioned anoth er its center a reflector whose inner margin was circled by electric lightswhich flashed off and and which were in the five star The points of the star were of covered with The of the whole was ex The dinner was followed by the playing of games and by the program which is given Merle Hunt and Stanley Brandt showedtheir skill on the and Miss Luella Hatchand Col lister sang a A series of well known suns by all present oc the remainder of the time un tiLhe ntew year was ushered It was an evening long to be remem Ray and Bert Lamp all of Dea Fourteen grandchildren ateo Sleighing The twelvemo fourteeninch snow of Tuesday is not wholly out its usefulness besides offering physical it affords plearow as Last evening a crovrd of twenty to thirty Crescent club mem bers of Johns enjoyed sleigh The same evening members of the Junior Ackley high out for a Both parties made the ring with joyous Bhouta and HIGHWAY TRAVEL HAZARDOUS Ice and SnowCovered Roadways Many Cars Others in Rolling Right A tremendously big which was attached a trailer of about the same rumbled through Main and and gtreet Monday Might about Henry Krom Ask Eldoras city council is asking the electric light company for a tion in the light rate also ask reduc tion in telephone service WinnfW tol as well take a railroad boxcar and give it right of way along the The big difference ia the railroads provide own pay big employ men to keep the tracks clea and main on their own so the trucks that are menace ordinary CHANGE AT STEAMBOAT ROCK Johnson Sells Interest in Store to Hla Brother A business change that effective at Steamboat Rock concerns Johnson and hia brother general merchandise Th former sells to the latter who been employed in the stove during the past twenty having been Followingthe snow and sleet storm of Friday and Saturday the highways throughout the state have been icecovered and travel by auto mobile has dangerous in sec Between AcWey and Waterloo highway twenty was icecovered Many automobile striking a slippery in the found themselves suddenly turned their cars headed about Inthe oppo site direction which they hatl been traveling a moment before the slippery was Sev eral cars are reported to have left the but no serious aje reported as a Bus to Dubuque Saves a Year for pf hua service for two passenger trains between Dubuque and 9 has produced an annual nit saving of to the Illinois Cen tral according to the inter commerce The commissions declaration Is contained in its handed down Saturday that motor trucks and be under federal regula tion if they operate Interstate engaged in business thirtytwo yttle Mfn employed the ers and went at the tlnw building little Annual The annual congregational business meeting of Johns EvawgeUcal church Is to be the church at member of dfn county of is in the pity today on Making the Snow Road workers with plows and shovels on the Hardin eonnty side of the out clearing the high ways following the biff snowfall of the previous dayFrank lin county roadworkers were out on the paved highways and Indeed tis the ill wind the blows nobody Seriously at the family home Pleesant Valley is in serious following an op eration jn a MarshalUown hoepJtalU She been troubled with JM t JT ;

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