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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - February 4, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME official Newspaper Hardin FEBRUARY WHOLE CUT M BUDGET Black Hawk County Will Get Along Cut Not saving at the to waste at the bung is the policy that Black Hawk countys board of supervisors will undertake to establish and fol low judgment is to be used in buying things building a n d re building putting barrels of money on roads where intelligent direction will prevent waste and cut ting cbsts of conducting court ses sions and while trying to reduce tax es to property not crippling The budget estimate indi cates a saving of one may lose some easy but the taxpayer will appreciate paying out fewer hardearned In addition the supervisors will get along with less live as well at a cost of FORMER RESIDENT DEAD Simon Swarts Passed Away at Home at The death of Simon Swarts occurred at the home of her daugh at Tuesday She was ad vanced in being in her The well remembered by friends here as Miss is the sole and Simon Swarts were residents of Ackley for many years they lived in the south part of town Swarts followed the carpentev He died several years and their only died prior to his father at Des rind Swarts removed from Ackley to IowaFalls twenty or more years ago during the last two years Swarta had made her home with her daughter at Eldora burial is to be in Oakwood by the aide of her CATTLE ARE STARVING Conditions in Northwest Nebraska Distressing No Big guns rake China claim Japs repulsed with one if fleetship Illinois house of representatives msses income tax previously assed by I Roosevelt of New can didate for presidential says hes against in Tokyo considers proposals of eaee made by United Britain and other European Credit finance begins work forecast that cans will be going forward Iowabank bandit killed at Stan associate caught by citi Statement made that flag orn from American mission school at by Jap Railroad directors and union or ganizations come to terms workers ake ten per cent wage reduction dat rig from The groundhog did Illinois house votes twenty million relief bills for unemployed and the secretary of ac cepts ambassadorship to England named by President British submarine sunk several days found five miles off Peace parley in Geneva foresees new military A news item from states that fully half of the live stock in that section will have died before the winter is there being insuf ficient feed for them and no money with which to buy it from sources where there is With all of the low priced corn there is in Iowa it seems a shame to think that in an adjoining state the cattle are dying daily from Some means should be arranged to prevent this THROW BRICKS Barbers at Waterloo Do Not Like One Police attributed to the recent price disagreements between union anc nonunion barbers the smashed plate glass window in Clyde Welchs Barber The window was broken by a bottl carrying the message returned with An adjourned delinquent tax sale was held at the courthouse at Allison Three pieces of town two in Greene and one in were This completes practically all o the farms except a couple smal tracts in Beaver Quite a lot of town property is Thi next adjourned sale will be held March Briefs of the fiDorntno Getting to Know Cost of Production j CQUNTY BOARD FourCounty Farmers to Hear Reports TAKFS IT RAPK fortytwo years heai of State Teachers college at Ceda who sustained a stroke of par alysis ten days is steadily im according to latest report from his He is Ministerial Pastors of churches of the north half of Hardin were in attendance at a meeting that was held at the Pres byterian church in Tuesday The usual subjects were given Thirty representing the Farmers left Sunday morning for They will remain there two weeks to lobby for farm Des Moines robbers have burglar ized the First Methodist church at Des the third time in two weeks last haul netted then HARDIN DELINQUENT TAX SALE DEFERRED Delinquents are Given Chance to County Treasurer Haynes adjourned the delinquent tax sale Monday until Mondays sale was a minor not many bidders for delinquent taxes being The sale of Monday had been con tinued by Treasurer Haynes from De cember until that date in the hope that many of the delinquents might be given an opportunity to pay the past due taxes on their Another thing that interfered some what from the sale of Monday was the inclement weather that prevailed that South The 317 cows in the association during January averaged 732 of butterfatper cow this average includes 44 cows which were Nine cows were culled out and sold for beef during the Twelve cows produced over 60 30 over 50 and 76 over 40 The five high herds were Staufter 11 holsteins all in producing an average per of 1250 Roy Fin sters 9 holsteins allin averaged 1029 fat per State Training Schools 58 with 4 averaged 1008 fat per Selling the Waste The big stack of refuse husks from the sweet accumu lated from last seasons pack of is being gradually Farmers have been hauling out in truck and using it as feed for cattle and Greenes library reports receipt of twelve current were Ackley still hopeful of having one of these community as sets some day to benefit present gen T I ipersonal attention j People Who Come and Go You and Your Mary Leach returned home from Mason City Cleon Herrjott is spending the week at the State Ag ricultural and Floyd Harmpn of Robertson were Sunday callers at the Harold Golly Daniei OHearn and his nephew from the farm near were in the city Wednesday Joe living near El was in the city the first of the for a short visit with Harry Davis who had been at at the home of and George several returned home Miss Louis a cousin of the visited them over Sun She was accompanied by Miss Jftfldred who is attending at Cedar TO MEET IN ACKLEY NEXT 8 Farm Business Association Will Dis cuss Two Hundred Farmers In Ackley Territory Have Practiced Thor oughness Present outlook for farm products and prices during 1932 will be pre sented at Legion hall in Ackley on Monday by Allbaitgh and extension economists of Iowa State Each year since 1923 the United States department of agriculture has made a special effort to get accurate and uptodate information on pro market supply and demand for all the important farm into the hands of farmers shortly before they begin planting and other spring For the past two years farmers in the four coun ties have had this outlook informa tion brought to their own community through the cooperation of the coun ty farm the Four County Farm Business and the extension service of Iowa State col Preparation of the outlook report is the major activity of the bureau of agricultural economics of the de partment of agriculture during the month of During the last week in January representatives from each of the state agricultural colleges met with people from the bureau to prepare for final publication the an nual federal outlook During February and about six tyfive meetingswill be held in Iowa by men from the extension cooperating with county farm bureaus in all sections of the The Ack ley meeting on February 8th will be one of the first ones held this At last years meeting the attendance was the largest of any outlook meet ing Two hundred farmers within the Ackley territory have been practicing the costfinding system during the past two years they are prepared to show the benefits of the efforts that have been put Herrlott of this has had the work in hand and has the record of each of the Individual farmers who have been going according to the Our farmers are actually forerunners and can tell by actual experience what has been done and what is possible of being PRODUCING COWS Grade Owned by Lead There were 390 cows on test during January with 314 milking and The association averaged 616 pounds milk and All members were feeding grain and eighteen feeding a high protein con centrate eighteen silage and nineteen alfalfa three spy bean Sixtyseven cows produced over 40 pounds of The grade holstein herd owned by Briggs again leads the North Hardin association with an average of 1015 pounds milk and but Roy Haas with nine cows all milking was second averaging 692 and Lake with 8 grade Brown one dry with 702 Kaufman Son with twenty grade two averaging 865 milk and It might be interesting to note that these five high herds were feeding alfalfa hay and a balanced grain ra The high cows are a Pure Bred Hpjstein owned by Mark Son with 1944 pounds milk and a Grade Brown Swiss owned with 1666 milk and Grade Holstein owned by Nolte with 1838 milk and butterfat Johanna Pure Bred Hol stein owned by Killius with 1888 milk and 64 butterfat four poor producers were culled out during the month of Marion MEET AGAIN Two Hundred of Grundys TaxPayers on the Following meeting recently held two hundred of Grundy countys tax payers met at the court house at Grundy and dis cussed ways and means of reducing tax payment and cutting expenses Another meeting is to be held Secure Cavstens Brothers of this city were the successful bidders placing the plumbing in the new building that is to be built by the Rath ing company at In almost any line Ackley can does deliver the and George Richtsmeier are making preparations to move to their farm in COURT DOCKET IS ONE THIRTY OR MORE FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS Some Heavy Financial Claims Ac tions Mostly by Loan If the actions in Hardin district court that are scheduled to come up for disposition during the term that seglns next bf the they are aching but so far as farm lands con There are thirty or more ac tions to foreclose on lands on which the claims range anywhere from a few thousand dollars on up to close o twenty Just how much money farm owners may have paid on the loans is not but they represent years of labor and payments from time to Most of the foreclosures ore on the part of insurance companies and loan agencies it is probable that the loans and claims in instances exceed the present selling value of the There are other court manyof them the court docket is one of the largest in many and the cases include about every kind of action that finds its way into court for The term begins at next Monday WANTS TO TAX INCOMES WANTS TO BE Senator Clark of Others Drop Out for With the announcement ofthe can didacy of state senator Clark of Linn county for the republican nom ination for lieutenant and the withdrawal from the race of pros poctive Leonard Simmer of and George Patter son of the taxrevision forces of Iowa seem united in their effort to capture the legislative power of the presiding officer of the state Senator Clark says I favor such a revision of Iowas obsolete taxation laws as will remove inequalities and the adoption of an income tax to re place the present state levy on prop I also favor rigid economy fn governmental expenditures and a re duction of the tax burden that is now retarding economic WHO WANTS A BABY Heres a Two Weeks Old Blue Eyed A two week old baby boy who is wanting someone to adopt He is a nice plump boy with blue brown end a well shaped The Social Service League at the Court House will give full particulars and arrange for a Nippy From last Saturday on through Sunday considerable coal was re quired to keep homes comfortable Some big dents were made in coal piles those three with thermo meters registering 18 degrees below of the Harley Weber of Mason trans acted business in the city Monday for the Standard Oil anc while here visited WILL BE NO CHANGE IN TION METHOD County Will Continue to Elect Super visors as a There will be no change In the man ner of electing men to place on the board of supervisors in Hardin coun Because of the protest that had been made by all sections of the the boards proposal at a Jan uary session to divide the county into three supervisor the people of each to elect their was with and the old custom will pre The first proposal wos presented and passed before the people of the county were aware that such a pro posal was being the ac tion came as a and naturally there was There has never bteen any reason for complaint or objection by electing board members by the voters the county as a A Groundhog tlTHETHERthere will be six more weeka of on the old notion of the little groundhog oming from the bowels of the earth o the to get a sniff of air nd look about a bit whether he sees likeness of himself cast on the remains to be Up to abbut in the afternoon If the ittle fellow came to the he aw no not in this ut if he delayed coming out until bat time the sun appeared through tie In any event there probably will be ix more or of wintry although there will be days f and robins will e hopping singing on the green Glory I ExGovernor Frank of II inois former country school teacher in this county will prob bly succeed Dawes as ambassador to LOVE PIRATES OF HAWAII If you undertook to expose and eradicate a young man who masquer aded us a pirate in order to gain ad mittance to ft girls and in the midst of your enterprise found instead of the youth whom you had a group of real throat slit what would you do This is exactly the situation which Miss Primer of a girls seminary in Hono lulu faces in Love Pirates of Ha And how she does face it This operetta will have you in anxiety one and the next cause you to and that is not all Besides numerous catchy song there is a chorus representing Hawaiian and one of bold bad Plan now to FIREMENS DANCE It IB to Be Held on the Evening of The annual dance under auspices of Ackleys Fire is to be held tomorrow Friday evening in Legion It is the one opportunity for every citizen to show his appreciation of the department tickets to the dance are It should be liberally patronized buy a ticket and contrib ute a dollar for the good that it will Successful The public sale of the Richard Kuper held on the Thielke farm west of last Wtednesday was very totaling some thing in excess of Kaper died during the past Kupei some time The children will become residents of oc cupying the Richardson MERCURY HITS 19 BELOW HERE Bitter Cold Over United States Claims Lives of Three The mercury touched 19 de grees below zero here last Satur day but Monday it climbed up to 20 degrees above Snow which began to fall during Monday morning reached a depth of four to six Highways were reported all open to traffic i although there was some snow drifting in the Three Victims of At least three persona were vie tims of bitter winter weather which touched nearly all sections of the John 14 year old Boy of was foun frozen in the foothills of Mount Hooc where he had gone alone to hunt Two men froze to death in Minne William in the Du luth business and Emit Hill in an open field near Both land and aerial searchers fo the missing Century air un reported since Friday in souther reported a blizzard ragin over the mountains near the spo where the plane is believed to hav crashed with its seven passengers an its Ranchers In the wher snow drifted as high as 20 sai some cattle probably would HEALTH NURSE MAKES REPORT Hphtherla at School One hundred school children of Ackley have been given toxinanti oxln for prevention of diphtheria at he Public school and at the Convent Several more have had the treatments at their doctors At the c h i 1 dren were taken by grades as requested by the until the limit was The kindergarten in the Public schools was 100 except for one First grade had 65 66 55 and fifth 47 which was as far as the school treat ments At the Convent 66 were The children behaved like good and there were no reactions to make any of them time from Local physi cians came to the schools and gave he Children may be im munized at any time at the doctors offices and we urge parents not to stop the good work but to have their other children protected It should bring peace of mind to par ents to be free from the dread of Alice School Burned Out at James who has been operating a barber shop at Parkers was awakened early in the morning of oclock pretty early to be Just how the fire originated is not but it caused damage and financial It was a rented he slept in the roar portion of the Former Resident Friends of Quinn Lynch a former resident of Ackley who has made her home at Waterloo past several is reported as being qujte seriously Old home will hope for a speedy record of 20 years standing was shat tered in Yosemite National park where 18 inches of snowfall suddenly brought the fall of the season on the valley floor to 137 The great est previous fall was 134 inches in The south reported chilly but not a low as was Mason reported a tera peraturo of 18 below Highway and aerial traffic in the nortji was Many motorists were temporarily Broken Plate What evidently was A cloBelyaet plate glass window in Weavers Nyal drug store Bleeker building was cracked and ft piece of considerable broken out Sunday Evi dently due to being closely set and the Marys Auxiliary will hold a card party at of hall February at 8 Refreshments will be Everybody is wel Regular The city council met in regular monthly session in the council rooms Tuesday Routine business was Subscribe for the Dance at   

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