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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin MARCH WHOLE COMING THIS WAY Conditions are Favorable for Months firtcfs of tbc nDornino Just CREDIT SITUATION VASTLY IMPROVED Bank Reserves Being Strengthened and Loans are Available When Good Security is One Selling Three Times in Few Business conditions in Iowa con 1 tinue but there are some decid edly encouraging factors which may i mean the breaks in business are com ing this way and may continue in the coming The best thing is the improvement in hog prices which are now per hundred higher than they were in the If employment in the east should improve even moderately the increased demand for foodstuffs will mean a to And there is reason to believe there will be some probable that proposed sales now up in can be al tered or although twelfth hour opposition has Nothing definite in Lindbergh baby kidnap case chaae down all possible but nothing definite Governor Roosevelt of New has two to one lead over Murray of in North Dakota primary election Ten persons killed at New Amster by gas leaking into homes through leaky Four young men who robbed bank at of given life sentences in within short time after robbery Harry Marschall connected with the Cedar Rapids Gazette for forty seven from boyhood is Several hundred Americans who went to Russia in quest of homes and other benefits from Com were told Wednesday night to get out of the country without de HOOVER PRAISED DELEGATES TOLD TO YOTEJOR HIM Partys National and State Achieve ments Landed in Resolu tions Hardin Vote for Hardin county dele PLAN TO REMODEL improvement at least in employment before Some Land Being And there is some land being The story is told by the agricultural advisory council here that in Polk county last week one eightyacre farm sold three time a higher This eighty had been on the mar ket two years with no It was priced cheap to settle an Ev eryone in the township knew it was cheap and Early last reports the a town man heard about this farm and went out and bought The next day he took out a prospect and sold the eighty to him for a 000 By this time the farmers in the township heard about it and they all wanted to buy the farm because they knew it was selling tpo The second purchaser finally sold it to a neighboring farmer for more than he paid for Credit Conditions There is no question but that cred it conditions in Iowa have materially improved by the loans obtained Killer at dies on the gallows He has distant relatives here and in But ler Vote in house on change of prohibi tory liquor law 227 to 187 for state George camera and a ends own life at Hoover attends funeral of shipped from Washing ton to West TWO TICKETS ARE NAMEDAT ELDORA It is People Citizens in Munici pal Wyatt Johnson Will Oppose Mayor gates to the state Republican conven tion here Saturday were instructed to vote only for delegates to the Repub lican national convention who are pledged to support Herbert Hoover for Resolutions adopted by unanimous vote reaffirmed faith in principals of the Republican expressed con fidence in Herbert Hoover and ap proval of his program of reconstruc international re duction of world and moratorium of war and es pecially his efforts to prevent need less to balance the bud get and enlarge the American mone tary Lower Tariff Recognizing the present depression as world wide and due to changing factors in economic the convention favored a gradual lower ing of tariff barriers to encourage foreign trade and protect the Amer ican working favored a plan for a more equal distribution of cutting expense and overlapping in government Nepotism by members of congress and other officials was The convention favored continuance of the national farm board as a means for furthering cooperative market and also expressed approval of control of crop production and ex pansion of Want Lame Duck Early adherence to the world court was as well as ratification of the lame duck The delegates to the state conven tion will be Iowa To ReArrange Interior of Doepke Butts Doepke Butts announce in todays WorldJournal a remodel ing that is to begin the and continue through to and including the following the In order to make the work of remodeling they are offering reduced prices on their entire shoe At this season of the year in particular it is well to anticipate your wants and take advantage of the of Note their advertisement elsewhere in todays DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION To Be Held at Next Satur day Forenoon A convention of Democrats of Har din county is to be Iwld at the court house at next the It is understood that the meet ing is to be held at the court house beginning at 11 OLDTIMER HERE NOTESCHANGES Fred Hecker Was Manager of Frud den Lumber through the Reconstruction Finance Bankers here declare that throughout the state bank re serves are being strengthened and there is more money available for loans on good The severely cold weather is hold ing in check activities which might otherwise start at this season of the but on the whole the cooler weather is preferred to unseasonably this time of the Two tickets will be in the field at Eldora March for the several offices to be The peoples ticket is as follows Wyatt Johnson Ray Lewis and Vilmont first Hughes second Edgar third Van fourth James The citizens ticket is as follows Ryan aldermenat Andrle and Geth man first Smith second Brown third Wartchow fourth Strick warm weather at year which would season too advance the crop NEW TRIAL MOTION IN I BAKER CASE IS DENIED Before adjournment Friday after Judge Garfield overruled the motion for a new trial in the case of Baker an action having to do with a claim against the estate of the late Aymer The case has been before two Hardin county juries and was once heard by the su preme The claim involves about andthe costs as claims that he was employed by Davis as engineer on drainage districts in the western part of Hardin which districts Davis is alleged to have represented as attorney for certain farm The two trials resulted in verdicts for the GEORGE SANTEE DIES AT HIS HOME IN BUTLER COUNTY George died Satur day at 11 at his farm home near Allison in Butler Santee had been ill for a week but death came suddenly as result of a heait Geovge Santee was born at Kes and had lived in the vicinity of Kesley and Allison his entire He was a Held at Steamboat Buffalo and Amos and Fred and John Annabel and Harm Davids attended the funeral of Aeilt Fisher at Steam boat Dunlap has returned home from a weeks visit at The names on the citizens ticket are the present incumbents of the several There will be only one ticket in the field at the school election in Eldora March as follows Ryan and Both of these men are now serving in the ca pacity as school IOWA COUNTIES GET AVERAGE OF FROM GASOLINE TAX Des counties will receive an average of as a share of collect ed in gasoline taxes in The rest of the total amount col lected in such will go into the primary road fund and for administration Of the threecent a gallon tax a cent and a third is for the secondary road construction fund of the various and is based on their com parative Kossuth county received the larg est and Osceola coun ty the smallest Oth er allotments were Black Hawk county Cerro Gordo Dubuque Johnson Linn Polk Potta wattamie Woodbury Des Moines To Build New River a bid of the Maine of this was awarded a contract for construction of a new river front wall along the east bank of the Cedar at a meeting of the river front Bids ranged up to Work on the wall will start April Sixty men will be and Coordes were at Falls Iowa Falls Ackley Alden Eldora Eldora Rad Support Hoover to New Briga keynoter for the Chickasaw county Republican convention here Saturday told the delegates assembled that we are supporting Herbert Hoover to the and was Twelve delegates selected to the state convention are Richard Frank New Hampton Ward Nashua Henry Fredericks burg John New Hamp ton Albert Jerico Clyde New Hampton WE MISS IT HERE At the beginning of the school according to rumor and all ap pearances of Ackley was to have a public The news was hailed eagerly by students who realized how inadequate the obtain able literature for the necessary ref erence work as it there is no such and the idea apparently has slipped the minds of most and those influential enough to carry the thing it haa not been forgotten by the who sincerely urge that such public utility so beneficial to the community shall not have to be stowed away in the morgue of vain Fred Hecker was a chance visito in the city for a short time Monday and while in the city foun pleasure in renewing acquaintanc with a few other H lived here with his family during th later removing to Marshal subsequently to the northwes had come from Wiscon and during the past several years has conducted a lumber busi ness in of the suburban towns near He is still Hecker had been on a trip to visit members of his family living in the state of Washington his Edward was born in Aokley Hecker built the house at present and occupied by One of his daughters lives with him in the Minnesota town he died ten years ago since then he has been with the exception of his who is secretary of the Minneapolis school He was pleased to recall many of the names of men who were engaged in business along the street during the years that they lived Re ferring to the WorldJournal publish You were just a full of gin ger there was Ed active in the hardware business the Whiteside grocers Bush was pounding iron then as now referred to druggist Obbo Mart and George Eggert of the Herman and Clark and others who were here at the time of his residence Hecker had been in Washing ton visiting at the home of his son had traveled through portions of ONLY TWO CHANGES ON TOVNGOONGIL HE PETITIONS OF CANDIDATES FILED INDICATE AS MUCH Mayor Trainer Will Continue On Meyer and Miller Off John Gress Newly Pro posed Marschall and Ammann to Succeed NDICATIONS are there will be two changes on the in coming new town after the election to be held March From petitions that have been placed circulated in due the only changes to be made are substi tutes for George Meyer and Dave They will bo accord ing to petitions on by John Gresslin and The time for filing of petitions has Miller has not served during the past six months or Artes and Am mann have served as councilmen dur ing the past several years they are representative business men of the community and being familiar with the order of things as pertains to ac tion on the part of the are familiar with the while Trainer has served as Mayor dur ing the past ten and at the present time is the honored president of the Iowa Municipal Indications are that official busi will continue as all Men Ten or twelve men are employed in the local yards of the llinois Cen tral repairing street cross yard tracks and doing other That labor represents It would take an eternity for any such as the one that has asked for a permit to establish a truck line between Dodge and through to employ such a And this is in the Ackley yards The moral is Ship by rail give the workers a chance likewise legitimate SWEET IS ACTIVE Con Setting Out Stakes to Corral gressional Burton of sev eral years representative in who resigned to make the race for senatorial was in the city a short time Friday afternoon He is out setting a few stakes in ad vantageous positions in the several counties of the Third for the republican nomination for congress against the of present occupant of the ness working for the good of the commu Sells Residence Fred Eggert has sold his attractive well located residence place to Louie and Eggert and family will occupy the Abbas recently bought by Henry and Hembd are expecting soon to leave their home place at the east edge of to take possession of their newly ac quired TO BE MARRIED TODAY Miss Beulah Frcrichs and Harry Happy marriage bells are to ring out exact time is not stat The contracting parties to the marriage are Miss Beulah Frerichs and Harry both residents of both having an extended circle of relatives and The bride to be is the only daughter of and John Frer ichs she has taught school in the vicinity and also until quite recently in the public schools at Ricksmeier is a well known practicing and successful attorney in who mentioned in is being prominently connection with the Wyom ing picking up a man who had sent his wife and child back to the home of her parents in Wisconsin he had traveled with him until nearing Ack said thousands of men are without employment in the north west and panhandlers crowd the From Ackley he returned to Min He wanted to see the old home town and some of the good nomination republican for county After the and a bit of ceremony with the home they are expecting to leave on a few days visit to They arc ex pecting to be at home here after Ap ril GARFIELD ADJOURNS ELDORA COURT TERM Garfield adjourned Fri day afternoon the February term of district court which has been in con THE BATTLES OER MONDAYS SCHOOL ELECTION DREW OUT LARGE VOTE Krafft Returned Meyer Succeeds Onno With three candidates for place on the board of education Onno Rykeiij present member was not a candidate to succeed but for ty complimentary votes were given his name being written in the ballot by running in pairs the other for Mon days election drew out a larger vote than hud been although an active solicitation for votes had been The vote as cast was 261 George 213 211 Onno There were several scattering votes Anderson received For Irvin who has served as such during the past several will continue there being no opposing Inasmuch as the only issue was that of the men as no par ticular changes from the present are As to a curtailment of operating this is possible along general but with lying idle in the treasury and Another Record The University of Chicago discov ers that Iowa City takes first place among Iowa cities for smoking cig or per cap ita Sioux City smoked during the past year another college burned up or per Iowa holds fourth place with cigarettes not in cluding the homemade Took Out Three Some certain driver of an automo in haste to make the turn on the road east of the village of a few evenings in whirling round the struck one of the tele phone poles and as it fell it pulled two more and all the wires along with It is intimated that the speedster hailed from No bones nor heads were strangely Judge is dead at Guthrie Fortyone years as a Heart disease caused his More Jobs on Employment on state roads and in state highway departments increased in although the value of highway contracts fell according to executive secre tary of the American Association of State Highway and was at tributed to maintenance work and to elimination of highpowered machin ery wherever Still Has a Fred chief engineer of the state highway at takes a cut of from a annual salary and will be content to get along on Since last ust the highway commission has laid off 668 until spring work tinuous session in Eldora since the J another taxpayment now only beginning of the second week in Feb The next term will convene April with Judge of Webster on the It is expected Judge Garfield will render opinions in the next few weeks in several cases in which evidence and arguments have been The court will shortly render an opinion on the motion for a new trial in the case of Azeltine the Skelly Oil Company and George Iowa an action growing out of the death of Azeltine about a year a jury having given plain tiff a verdict at this term of court for Jasper west of was at Albert the first of the having been called to that city by reason of the serious illness of his whose death oc curred business judgment will be called for the wellbeing of our public schools is to be advanced only by competency and efficiency of the supervisory and faculty The object always should be the good of the schools giving our children the benefit of the best The personnel of the board will be Kach Other salaries have felt the above attended a gather ing of postmasters of the third dis trict at the last of the The boys are chipping in on a nucleus of war campaign what The Robert Thielke has been numbered with the sick during the past several He is out and around at the harness Hazel Young has fairly recov ered from her illness of nearly two weeks Principally due to the Henry Coble has been on the sick list several days missed from his favorite haunts about down with is gradually is reported BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Interest The Farmers grain elevator and lumber company at Dows is paying a five per cent dividend on the years business to Total sales amounted to gross profit and a net profit of The Farmers State bank at Dows has received a new charter to run a period of twenty a renewal of the It has been organized forty eight Fire damaged the Home bakery at Eagle Grove to the extent of Saturday The second firo within the The identity of a man who shot himself to death at Council cannot be George Clyde a cousin of President Herbert is dead at West The Crescent Club of Johns church has planned a social for next Monday   

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