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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - May 12, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                Official Hardin MAY WHOLE BUTLER COUNTS G VOTERS CHOICEJS WIDE Ticket is Not Fully Com SEASONS HASE55ALL AckUy Kcpul more in plete The Competition in the blican party for county offices keen this year than ever be Butler according to iromoters of the lame in Arrancc Therell he baseball in Ackley this At a business meeting that was held Friday even Leo Mikesh was chosen The interested ones are entliiastic and there is every reason to believe thrt the club when the boys Ret into the the good name that Ackley has won in this particular line of will be fully The first game will be played about the Mother Earth Gets Spring Facial 111 made before the time for such expired Saturday midnight sought and candidates for are listed below ne Hugh W Parkers Tier C Incum Coronger Forest incum bent J Supervisors Term commencing Jan S W Greene John McWil IfomV Aredale Isaac Schultz Allison Term commencing T Green Parkersburg Aus inviile Harry Parkers Simon Sluter and son of and Fred started out early Wednesday morning on a long journey by Their destination is Washington they will make stops at convenient points along the It promises to be a pleasant trip with pleasant ex periences for the young The Artes Produce company during last week shipped five car loads of eggs to the New York city market 400 cases to the totaling cases and each case containing thir ty dozen many chil and how much money at 12 cents a n PREP ARE NOW FOR ACKLEH FLOWER FAIR NEXT AUGUST It is One of the Hip Features in Which the Entire Community is HE Flower Fair is one of the community events in which all burg John Vacancy term ending C C Shell Hock A Jac obs Clarksville F Clarksville John Allison term ending Charles Allison Allison Bode The candidates for office on the Democratic ticket will be Clerk Shell Supervisor 0 Term commencing Clyde Greene Term commencing Jo seph Romelf Aplmgton Vacancy term ending BIM CASTLE LEADS MARKSMEN SUNDAY AT CHARLES CITY The several Rebekah lodges of Hardin county areto hold an as sembly at on Wednesday the which all Rebekahs urged to Charles Bim Charles led Northeastern Iowa marksmen competing in the regis tered shoot sponsored by City Gun club here Shot at Broke Bim Charles 150 149 S Britt F 150 Charles 150 Nic Waterloo 150 Ackley Henry Fredericks burg 150 Cedar L West 150 L M Fredericks burg Earl Mason City Waterloo Postville Art West Union Bud Waverly Charles City 150 City 150 West Union 50 Bim Charles City 50 Charles 50 Britt 50 AUTOMOBILES CRASH Two automobiles collided at the street intersection near the Ben Hay unga and Miss Keller corners Tues day The Clawson car and another that was being driv en by a young son of and west of The children were on their way to a boy of had his shoul der broken cut and bruised cut and bruised Melvin escaped unhurt as did thony and Miss Mera Both cars were wrecked and milk bottles ACKLEY GRADUATES CLASS TWENTYFIVE Sixteen of the Number are and Nine School days are drawing near to the final for the class that is to graduate at the the first week in Included in the present class of 1932 are sixteen girls and nine The list follows Phyllis Robert Dorothy Wilma Ruth Ward Ray mond William Pearl MANY CAMPAIGNERS ARE ON THE ROAD T Ackley is alone Ack but the people of the four coun ties and in lovers of the beautiful in flowers from other parts of the state have shown keen inter est through the years that this has been a Residence places about flower patches may be made doubly attractive by devoting space to the cultivation of flowers that may be in competitive exhibits at the the dates of which are August 20 and 27 In connection with the flower fail the committee on arrangements i looking forward to the FourCounty Fair which is to be held in Ackley next The appended list from the committee on economics will be of or mixed mixed bouquet mixed one Rubrum artistic vase cut one artistic vase cut artistic basket cut flowers for church or public artistic basket cut one artistic basket cut Table and bowl 144 144 140 137 130 135 134 134 127 126 125 Seekers of Public Place are Dropping in All Along the theyre not quite as numerous as the proverbial but there is ample evidence for the statement that seekers of party place are out in con siderable force theyre buttonholing the extending the gladhand to some of the smiling on oth ers and in a general way are on the skirmish for support at the approach ing primary The race is not confined to the Harry Paul domnant party possible nominees Irene Kreitnere ig fluito a sprinkling of demo Frances L i m Naomi i cratjc from gover Mary Arnold Mil1 norship to on down Dorothy Ella Mira through to the county offices a half Edna Mil dred Mildred erick Lawrence dozen and more candidates for the re d nomination for a lke who scramble to carry dark light or sal or purple or laven bouquet five bouquet twelve light dark of wild Childrens 47Childrens Annual bouquet mixed bouquet French Mar Looking forward to the Four Coun ty Fair next the Home Economics committee has made the following list of classes for your use in preparing for culinary and needle work Womans 3rrnhrm Parker House sugar boiled burnt sugar To page eight THEY HAD A BANQUET DEAD Family Lived Here Many also at at Cedar We are in receipt of intelligence from Cedar that tells of the death of many years a resident of with Richardson and the family also of He recently visited An obituary will be published in next Misses Caryl Naomi and Lois Ludemann were visitors Satur day and Sunday at the home of and the latter a sis feiof Miss Caryl Austin They also visited friends on the Coe College c e wo The class motto is Trithe like numbers Class green and sil senat0rship on both and Class flower pink tea county candidates almost too Class officers Raymond numerous to The daily Hilbrand Vice Mary Lynchnewspapers filled to the guards with Naomi the P 1 a t form declarations and i jj LUG i in Baccalaureate May speeches of radios run High School auditorium ning day mails cluttered with Class Day Juno High There is no possibility of School no matter how remotely he may be ItOOl cUU1LU1 I LUI UUVV in j Senior Class May High removeci from the welltraveled high School ways and to escape solicita i ClIHl ii Commencement speaker Earl ton a for me on primary State University of eicction day which comes on Mon 112 108 95 47 44 45 INCREASED RATES June a great game BRIEFLY TOLD Sherman Mar Chris Leo Croker and Gay Roosevelt at in attendance at a state gathering of is declared to be one of the best convention cities in the The people are hospitable and de light to entertain Pageant at Methodist Epis copal church will present a Mothers day pageant at 11 instead of the regular morning There will be 20 mothers taking the roles of significant mothers of the bible Special music and songs that mothei used to sing will be Hampton Rotary Boehmler Flessa and his workmen today began the work of remodeling the Farmers bank purchased by Diamond Brothers of Cedar Flessa was the successful bidder for the Fred employed at the Bunte was at Moines Tuesday many other Iord mechanics were getting pomt rs and information on the new Mr and Jacob Meyer and fam y are expecting to remove from the ouse that they have been o the Kruemling house in the outh part of townmoving today Mrs LeRoy Bisdorf and two little from their home at Water are in the visitors at the home of Bisdorfs d Herman Carl an agent for the State Farm Mutual insurance com was in the city Tuesday adjust ng damages losses on wrecked auto j and John Mershon were at the new president of Hampton Rotaiy He succeeds Earl Othe officers are Earl vice presi dent Earl an Dwight assistant secre prominent i the affairs of Grinnell for man died A Congregations church and Masonic funeral service and Artes and fan ily were at Mason vi itors at the home of Ulstad an Parcel Post Charges to Advance Oc tober 1st at I From the postoffice comes announce ment that parcel post rates will ad vance beginning with October First zone from 7 to 8 cents a each additional pound third 9 cents instead of and 2c a pound thereafter fourth zone from 8 to additional pounds lie and sixth 12c and the 8th 15c and He for each addi tional At that still less thai other carriers charges and one of the big reasons for postal department revenue shortage of many milliards ORGANIZE BALL LEAGUE en Towns in Buchanan County for Summer GARDEN CLUB WILL SPONSOR A SPRING FLOWER SHOW THE Ackley Community Gar den Club will sponsor a Spring Flower Show June 10th and Plans are well way and at the regular meeting of the club May the ex hibit committee will be ready to report all the Everyone in Ackley and Community sur rounding Ackley is invited to ex Many suitable prizes will be awarded as an incentive to Watch a future issue of this pa per for a list of the classes and EVENING MAY n New yesterda yafternoon in attendance at the funeral of friend and an old acquaintance and Nelson of Park were in the city a the home of and Ferdmam Mr and John spen Sunday at the homo of and Mrs Carl northof Miss Maine Bangasser is m city from enjoying a brie visit with Simon Sluter and Charles Roth were at in northeast Children of Sacred Heart School to Give a Children of Sacred Heart DISTRICT MEETING Chiropractors of Seven Counties in Sunday Some thirty or more practicing chiroprr located in various towns in seven which in cludes Black Grundy and were in the city unday afternoon and meet ig with and partaking of the hospi ality of local practition The company of thirty were giv n a luncheon in the club rooms of he and in the afternoon hey gave consideration to such mat ers as they are interested Later n the day the company gathered at he home of and vhere further entertainment was af orded a short program being ren Hoy of Klingemann of Cedar Sell of and Fuqua of Reinbeck were among the number present and gave brief SEEING THE FOLKS Schmedika Dropped in On People Here Schmedika of was the city Friday afternoon combining business with talking politics is one of lifes real pleasures for He has been both representative from this county as a democrat and senator as a re publican in the Wright county But its time now for Bill to go away back and sit are two better men in the field The JuniorSenior banquet was an event of last Thursday eve The gymnasium was gaily dec orated in the senior silver and At the under the bal an orchestra pit had been ar ranged by means of paper festoons1 in the senior Eighteen each laid for four were arranged in a semicircle around the Table decorations included a silver candle in a green candle used as cen ter piece not cups of rose a LCI 11VJ b WlltJ w w o miniature figure dressed in gray and cap and gown representing the a scroll tied with a green served as placecard and pro During the serving of a de licious threecourse dinner an orches tra furnished delightful A toast program over which Miss Mar garet President of the Junior class was carried out as follows by Lyle Woods of the junior class by Ray mond President of the sen ior class Tact and Ibach The by Miss Mar garet Althouse What Next by After the program danc ing was the evenings It was an occasion long to be remem BACK FROM COLORADO Matt Muessigmann Returns After an Absence of Nearly Two Matt Muessigmann returned home from Friday night It will be two years in July that taking the advice of his phy disposed of his business in terests here and on very short left for Colorado and the higher al titude to enter the government hos pital for He has been there since taking the treatment di rected for lung and he re turnsfeeling in excellent glad of again having the opportunity of greeting his parents and Baseball enthusiasts of Buchanan under direction of the are to which includes Independence gve a public program on the evening nd nine other have organized of the 17th before the final tenclub league and have arranged ciose Of school for the vacation pe full schedule of games for the sum The program is appended mer the first game played his Primary G r a d uates The little and Roy Stanton of New Around the Camp Tire and Clown York were visitors at the home LandThe and Milton Remembrance of tlle latter part of the violin Anthony like his father before Rjehtsmeier and Joseph is engaged in the telephone line ser Rosary Time in Chil vice in New York Miss Bernice Unrau enjoyed a of Iowa and Chris of The program is to be given at the theatre on the evening of the Chilly Steam Heat Still Beau tiful May seems to have slipped back several cogs and several The Municipal steam heat plant still turns on the heat for shiv ering and some of the furnaces about town still continue to send out black smoke through the With heavy rains Saturday afternoon and several previously dur ing the more than two inches of rain small grains appear to be coining along well and garden truck shows to good advan HES EIGHTYTWO Janssen Observed a day Anniversary Last Janssen of this on Friday last counted up eighty mileposts along the highway of life more than thirty of these years have been spent in with his and previous to their becoming residents of they lived on a farm in Franklin Janssen declares It doesnt seem anything like that length of by the that is cor His nor his wifes health is not week end visit in her home at Rein beginning at 8 I tfWiLr Childrens Bicentennial Wash Suits the very at The Governor at Governor Dan Turner is to deliver 1 the Memorial day address at Mullane was hostess to her in jacksoll this The committee there picked a good draw club Monday Say it with printers cud Kimes Band Kime of with his bandwagon and a victrola or some of was in Ackley a short time Monday calling attention to his candidacy for the Not likely that many will hop on the Kime TO PLAY KITTENBALL So Decided by Young Men About Town Thursday Some of the young men about town have organized a Kitten Ball league and are anticipating the pleasures resulting from playing match games with other clubs during the summer It is an interesting game and affords pleasure to those en   

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