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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin FEBRUARY WHOLE ARE ON 1111 Many Changes in Farm Tenants Wil Take Place Within the many of are on It is the regular an nual movement that takes place these changes are made through no particular purpose with some it is just a The longlease farm with all conditions being equal finds more satisfaction in remaining where he is and the landowner wibh a good and satisfactory is better satisfied as There has been but little change in the manner or conditions some prefer to rent for cash others find satisfaction in rent ing on is moving to a farm twelve miles north of Ackley he has been farming over near Heiko Van north of Austin going to the John Van Loh east of and Van are taking a new baby very recent arrival in their with The McCown familyjjwho have been living northeast of are to be come residents of They will tenant the Davis Lang place in the west part of Clarence Austins sale on the old home last drew an immense crowd of buyers and specta tors as He offered 68 head of cattle some young feeders among head of feeding 17 some silage and The horses range from to the best cattle around mostly young and a variety of farm The sale totaled or Austin leaves soon for where Austin and the family have been for some months Telko Ubbens and family will ten ant the Austin Patterson farm of Briefs of tbe The United States insists on the open door policy in as against a new deal as proposed by The city of will be conducted by the women on the 29th the regular will take a back not do any of the Ruth convicted of the murder of two women friends at now wants the man in the case States she had an Story published in a Los Angeles Chinese stand off Jap army Ja pan sends new troops fight ing Examining board appointed by Turner to investigate state audi tor Longs financial Iowa democrats are to meet at March to select dele gates to national town in is snowbound starvation faced by 750 Chicago electric railway workers voluntarily take 10 per cent wage The flyer Akron at fell to the ground with a terrific crash parts BAKER SUIT ENDS AND GOES TO JURY FIVE SEVEN MEN WILL SETTLE WAGE DISPUTE Farm Laborer Indicted on Poultry Thief Charge at Eldora Pleads Guilty DC Witts Case Will Be Heard by Judge WHAT A NURSE SAYS MISS HEALTH TALKS OF EARS AND HEARING The Hard of Hearing Many a bright child is unjustly lamed for dullness because he can not hear what his teacher She may not know that his hearing is There are many such chil dren in Not really but jnough so that they are not just nor Common colds are a frequent ause of Noses should never be blown as infected mucus may be forced hrough the tubes into the middle and cause After an 350 acres for the past several years I attack of or they have been on a farm south of He pays an acre cash Harm Smeints who has been ten anting a farm owned by Meikley of this goes to a farm near Smeints had a sale a short time FAIR PRICES PAID AT BENTON FARM AUCTION the William John diphtheria the ears should be exam ined to see if any condition which might cause deafness Dis eased or running ears often lead to Under nourishment may have a definite re lation to There are thousands of people in the world whose ear troubles were neglected in and they are now permanently or partially Parents cannot be top UU11I1 farm sale held last fair Do not nelect ear trouble Let son prices were Corn sold for 27 oats two cents Hay j brought seed corn fodder J21 fodder with corn 57 cents per Chickens brought 88 a separator a binder mower j corn plow Fordson I a wagon box corn picker disc two riding plows rotary Shoe Horses sold at varying the highest bringing J Cows brought to a bull yearlings BUTLER FARM WOMEN TO HOLD ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM NEXT MONTH Bureau women of Butler county will hold their an jnual Achievement Day here March Included among the speakers will be Mary assistant state home demonstration agent leader Ellsworth state home and community chairman Miss j Julia executive secretary I of the state library He Takes It Ontjes of made the statement in criticism of the salary that is paid superintend I ent of Grundy Centers public a mistaken notion he stated that the superintendent was being paid a On ascertaining that Larson is receiving only a he retracts his ment through the and offers Thats the proper your doctor decide what should be done to correct the Dont let your child be able to blame you for his handicap in later if he is Minnesota Turns After 12 years of simon pure pri mary the Republicans of Min nesota will go back this year to the practice of holding a conven tion to indorse a slate of candidates I and recommend its acceptance at the i later Harry Swanzey and wife arrived in j Ackley the first of this week and Packed their household goods for shipment to BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Three young occupying rooms at the Allison hotel at Cedar were arrested and George Chicago Ben De Neil Nor Chicago arrested in con nection with the disappearance there of Phyllis Byers 14yearold school whom one of them had called for at school posing as a The Farmers creamery at New reports that during the year pounds of butter were The average net price received for butter was 26 The aver age test of all cream during the year was per Joe leading hardware merchant at is after a weeks illness of He was born at in 1880 his boy hood home was at Tama county tax meeting at protested against high taxes committees were appointed to study light rates and doc tors A special policeman who has been on duty during the day at Waverly has been taken off and put on the night Too many burglaries at Cedar Rapids police are hunting 14yearold Phyllis who dis appeared from home Friday with Neil age of Frank 50 years who re moved from Eldora to Mis ten years is dead remains to be interred at John a Traer boy of 12 lost his life when he broke through thin ice on Wolf and A jury of five women and seven men who have been hearing evidence in the case of Baker the Aymer Davis estate since Monday afternoon were given the case after hearing the instructions of Judge a civil alleged that some years ago he per formed engineering services for the late Davis in connection with the establishment ofcertain drainage dis tricts in the west part of the for which districts Davis was the legal The plaintiff also al leged that he was hired by Davis to do a special work and that a full settlement was never The suit was brought against Davis wid Clara as The defendant denied the claim and says that Baker was paid in full for his services as Baker AVon First In the former trial of the case the verdict was for the The ac tion went to the supreme and was there remanded to the lower court for a farm laborer in the west part of the county who was indicted at the recent sitting of the grand was before Judge Garfield Thursday in district court where he pleaded guilty to the charge of larceny of domestic Sen tence is to be pronounced DeWitts Case to Jack giving Marshalltown as his was also before the court on the charge brought against him by the grand jury of driving an automobile while DeWitt pleaded not guilty and his hearing is set for later in the present term of Ernest giving no perma nent but who was fov a time employed in the western part of Hardin county as a farm laborer and who was indicted recently by the grand pleaded not guilty and his case is to be heard at a later Adams was jointly indicted with charged with larceny of domestic The case of state charged with is to be given a hearing later in the present PRESIDENT HOOVER MAKES STATEMENT TOURING the past year and with an accelerated rate in the last few months a total of over a billion three hundred mil lions of money has been That sum is still Every dollar hoarded means a destruction of from five to ten dollars of Credit is the blood stream of our economic Restriction or destruction of credit cripples the revival and expansion of indus commerce and Every dollar returned from hoarding to circulation means putting men to It means help to agriculture and to busi Every one hoarding cur rency injures not only his own prospects and those of his fam but is acting contrary to the common BUILD NEW HOUSES IN IOWA CITIES TOTAL FOR JANUARY RUNS UP TO Preparing to Hear Damage Case in Hardin Court Woman Was PLAINTIFF IS READY TO COMPROMISE ALDEN SUIT An application for authority to compromise and settle the claim pending in district court at Eldora arising because of the death last June of Louise has been filed by the August widow er of the tion it In the applica is shown that Butt tripped and fell because an iron grat ing on a not being anchored was out of place and that she received injuries from the fall which caused her death one month and two days An action law against the incorporated town of de manding payment of a large was brought by the executor and the present application asks leave of the court so that the executor may have to compromise and settle the claim for the sum of Produces His Editor Ramsey of the Clarksville Star contends that the farmer is the best prepared for any stroke of de But that does not mean that he is getting what he should realize for his production and Holland arrived Mon Residences valued at a total of were constructed in fourteen of the major cities of the state dur ing it was shown by figures compiled by the state public health engineering The report also showed in residence remodeling work was un dertaken in the same cities during the Permits for new dwell ings numbered twenty eight and those for residence remodeling eigh Valuation by By cities the value of residence construction was New Remodeled 400 200 500 None 485 None None Moines Sioux City Davenport Cedar Rapids Waterloo None Bluffs Dubuque Ottumwa None Mason City Fort Dodge Marshalltown Muscatine Iowa City CASE IN HARDIN COURT Dealer Charged with Having Given Gas for A jury was finally completed Mon day in Hardin district court to try the suit of Iowa against George manager of an oil station The suit is the outgrowth of the death of Azeltine about a year Azeltine is the administrator of her estate and seeks damages in the sum of because of the circum stances leading up to his wifes It is alleged in the action that Azeltine was sold gasoline instead of She poured the alleged gasoline upon the wood in the kitchen touched it with a An explosion in which Azeltine was fatally She died a short time HAMPTON WON THREE Declamatory Contest Held at Tuesday The first preliminary round of the state declamatory in which Latimer and Geneva took was at Geneva high school with results as follows Oratorical Harvey U h 1 e n first Norman Ge second Elizabeth first Alice second John Hampton first Dorothy day from her home in Kansas She was called here by the ill ness of her Mary Foss Springs j School boys are playing marbles whevever an open and dry space is to be found on the school Were you ever a boy Marbles at this sea Congressman speak er of the refuses to let his name go on presidential primary in lon is indication that Spring man without a will run against President Von Hin in is on the Cook of the Wilson Produce company of was in the city Dubuque is raising a milk fund Tuesday afternoon on business in the for the benefit of Dubuque produce DRIVE FOR JOBS CITIES Nation Wide Campaign Asks Em ployers to Put Million Men On Pay One million employers of labor are being asked this week to give jobs to a million workers throughout the United In fully cities committees are combing their communities to find jobs for the The great War Against organized by the American the American Federation of the Association of National Advertis ers and the Legion got un der way February with a muster of all committees at 8 Simultaneously with the start of work of organized commit tees throughout the radio broadeasta on 90 national programs and through 112 independent stations began to hammer away at intervals through out the with 30second announce ments on each program and from al most every station in the United This bombardment will con tinue throughout the ELECTIONS IN MARCH Terms of Two on School Board Ex pire Mayor and Two city elections are in prospect for the coming month of The one to be held first is for place on the school board the terms of Krafft and Onno Ryken expire with the end of the present term in It is understood that they will be candidates to succeed them selves Krafft has served sev eral years it is Rykens It is understood that other candidates will be in the according to re The terms of all members of the town council and mayor are about to With the exception of Miller who has not been on the ac tive list during the past the other members have served several terms and the inclination appears to be to give other ambitious and de siring ones a chance to put in some time for the good of the The present council is composed of Am and Trainer several years No announcements have been except by two or three who declare their intention to It is probable that candidates will 3e forthcoming in due time the cau cus system has not been practiced in Ackley for a dozen or more the candidates going on by IN SERIOUS CONDITION Former Well Known Resident At Information that was received by riends in the city was to he effect that former well known and for many years a resident of this during he past several with a resident of vithin the past several days has been seriously He is now con ined to his Saucer is well ilong toward his 90th He has been vigorous but the mightiest oaks give way in DISTRICT CONTEST HELD THIS EVENING Contestants Representing 4 Schools to Meet at A declamatory contest in which vinncrs of contests previously held n the several is to be held at this Thursday evening in he public school Win ners of place in the recent home con are representing Ackley high Served At the Washington birthday sup served at the Methodist church ast Friday it is estimated hat 150 persons were served and all present are reported to have enjoyed hemselves The men of he church did the washed he dishes and all The financial eturns were While in the act of starting his Jan Ludemanns Ford appears o have backfired either that or a eak in the The result was hat Ludemanns car went up in imoke wrecked MONEY COMES BACK At Cedar Falls Brought From Under Cover in The two Cedar Falls which resumed business Tuesday after a four days holiday period in which waivers were signed by report business on the first day was very About were de posited in both Patrons ex pressed their appreciation of the steps taken by the officers of the institution Washingtons like every other with the exception that the Stars and Stripes lined the streets and the flag was seen to fly from many residence EASTERN STARS HAVE A GOOD PROGRAM More Than Eighty Were Gathered at Masonic Monday Monday following a pre viously arranged eighty to ninety members of Fountain Lodge of Masons and Eastern and invited were privileged to en joy themselves There were addresses on the part of several the occasion marked the two hundredth birthday anniversary of Americas first George who had also served as Master of a lodge of Masons in The Star Spangled Banner open ing an address by master of the talks by cor net solo by Poter Jensen toast to the Eastern Star by Gilbert toast to Masons by Miss Margaret a song by also Miss Luella Hatch and and talks by Humke and Refreshments were served to the entire in all eightyfive the men of the lodge It was an evening well spent and enjoyed by all WOMAN DID NOT LIKE THE COURTS RULING Stabs Man at Grundy Center Had Failed to Get Following a decision of the court at Grundy Lucinda plaintiff a suit against Ennis of Con stabbed him at the close of the Court attendants said that her weapon was either a pencil or a hat Fink followed him from the courtroom at the close of the case and struck him four The suit grew out of an automobile accident in which her was killed in With other boys he was riding on the run ningboard of a to a swimming Koch had made a settle ment with but she afterwards brought suit for Alert at Martin Greenfield reached the eigh tieth milepost along lifes highway on the 2nd He tookcon siderable pride in taking a look back ward along the way that he has and he also takes considerable satis faction in looking about Time has dealt gently with him he is in good health likewise Green who has shared the pleasures of life with They have a large all numbering in all Born in he has been in this country since his 17th yoar Program at Sacred Program in honor of the Bicenten nial of George Washington at Sacred Heart February Noble School The Flag Primary George Washington Pri mary Washingtons j fl j The Thirteen Colonies S e v enth and eighth The Star Spangled Banner The Sick and Gresslin has been num bered MUh the sick a halfhundred or She has had the prevailing the Editor accuses Japs of atroc ities against Chinese woni en and winners   

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