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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - May 19, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                ourtia VOLUME Official Hardin MAY WHOLE ASSHMDTOPLACES CONFERENCE Diimont People Entertained During Past Preachers in Three Districts are Named to Place by Bishop closing sessions of the seventysecond annual Evangelical conference were held yes terday with the Bishop Le speaking at the morning followed by ordination ser In the afternoon the execu tive secretarytreasurer of the gen eral missionary spoke at the annual missionary service and again in the evening after the half hour sacred concert by the local Oth er pulpits of the town were supplied with visiting the preaching in the United Brethren church and the in the Meth odist Episcopal Appbintments read by Bishop Seager were Fort district superinten dent Krafft Yingst McKinley Karl Kaupp Correctioti Deedrick Council Wendland Ol son Smay Fort Cawelti Ellerbeck supplied by Olson Haehlen Le Aurand David Lang to be supplied Blakely Mason Pfaltz graff Henning Nora Beuerman Granner Beck man Sohl Shef Braun Silver Davis Vandersall Walker In Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Distriqt Haeh district superintendent Albur Roths Alta Continued on page two SALES INCREASE Automobiles Sales Indicate Gradual Pickup in One of the most encouraging re flections on current business to come out of Detroit in recent months was the announcement here that Chevro let dealers reported 85 per cent more cars sold at retail in April than in that April sales were units greater than and that sales in the last tenday period of the month exceeded either of the other two periods by new cars and In the last ten dealers re ported purchases by the public of new according to president and general man as compared with in the second tenday and in the first THE THIRD CASE Automobile Crashes Bring People Into The third automobile injury and moneydamage case to be heard in Hardin county this has taken Up the courts time at Eldora for nearly a The case is that of Clara Starr HarryUlrich and the Pass AutomobileCompany of Water an action involving a question of damages because of an accident thing over year She asking for alleging the accident was the result of reckless driving on the part of BUILP iNew Pining Hall at Cedar Falls to Cost Bids will be taken in June for a commons building at lows State Teachers at Cedar plansfor which are now near ing t The building will be9 three star modernized Georgian and wick and stone by J24 Three will seating qspliejty pf will George of a former Sheffield business was acciden tally killed Monday afternoon while blasting stumps on his farm eight wiles south of near the accident happened is not j the time and was pntil some hour and onehalf He died in a M son City Btiefs of the fiDorntno Senate votes against taxing 61 to government Sales tax idea to Hoov er to balance Curtis placed in jail guard watch es him day and Perpetrator of hoax in Lindbergh baby kidnap Pope Pius XI calls for week of world Says money still root of all Whole theory of cheap money to improve labor and trade conditions declared to be a fallacy by head of American tariff Half of Iowas corn has been plant Cupid eats more spinach in spring thats why of June Congressional leaders will attempt to stop family payroll in new French liner burns at 300 lives Recovery of railroad business must come first declares head of Pruden tial insurance before busi ness is Amana severs chuch and state AWARD CONTRACTS Additional Secondary Trunk Roads to Be Graded and Put in Calls for At Thursdays letting on the grad ing of approximately miles of secondary trunk roads located in va rious parts of the con tracts were awarded to two Boomgaarden of were awarded the major portion of the work their contract amounting to a little less than OConnor Keughn were awarded part of the endhaul work their contract amounting to approximately The contracts for furnishing the necessary corrugated culverts were awarded to the Iowa Culvert Pipe Company of Des and to the Wheeling Corrugated Company of Des The former company was awarded approximately feet of 12inch feet of 18inch 340 feet of 36inch and 30 feet of 42inch The lat ter company was awarded contract for feet of 15inch and 340 feet of 34inch The letting on approximately nine tysix miles of graveling was passed upon DIRECTORS PAY UP Holders of Defunct Bank Stock Find it A stipulation of settlement was filed in the case of state superintendent of re ceiver of the Farmers and M e r chants Savings against directors of the insti The bank closed its doors last year after its Wieb died from a revolver self The directors will surren der to the state department of bank for the benefit of the depositors of the their savings and check ing accounts in the which amount to and to pay in on or before The defendants are also to pay half the costs of the and Mike Pies and chil dren have gone to South hopefully expecting to make their home in that and Pies have been residents of Ackley during the past two years or He has been in the employ of his brother Jake of the Used Car Ex Ojd Man Weather Mitchell Gazette Old Man has the best remedy for the farmers and he has done more dur ing the past three weeks to solve them congress done in as many BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Note of General Central Iowa closed a meeting at voted to meet at Perry next Anna Mae a 16yearold Iowa City one of a party of four bathers in the was drowned there Sunday AWen graduates a of twenty 11 boysand 15 the largest in the history of the on the evening of the a Sowing D SCHOOL UN WERE IN ON THIS The A m e r ican Legion Auxiliary Sponsored a Poster With the cooperation of all the and 8th grade eachers in the American Legion Auxiliary conducted a poppy poster In each grade a first prize of 36 cents a 25 cents and a 15 cents was The following gives the grade and rank of the winners Fourth Maurine Heet nd Chester Schultz Bob ay Sharp honorable Eileen Kathleen Fifth Grade Kenneth Ke ough Mabel Limburg Hel en Scallon honorable Ken neth Stanley Sixth Grade Helen Coyle Lauretta Hartema Frances A r t e s honorable Olga Irvin Seventh Frank Fitch I Wilma Muller Doris Schachterle honorable na Mae Bernard j Eighth Hubert Zacha rias Mildred Marshall Francis Oppold honorable Dorothea Alvina First over all in the elementary grades goes to Helen Coyle and first over all in Junior High goes to Frank These two posters will be en tered at the District contest at Sum ner on First place in the state contest is to receive twenty five Three disinterested judges judged the posters on the subject matter and artistic stressing the There were many outstanding post ers which made it a difficult contest to May 21st some of the posters will be placed in store windows for your May 28th you will be giv en an opportunity to give 10 cents or more toward the support of our dis abled soldiers when the Ackley Unit of the Legion Auxiliary will sell you a memorial poppy which we all should wear May SCHOOLS IN ON STATE FAIR OFFERS Iowa school children will present a statewide incorporating all phases of work from the first to twelfth grades in all ninety nine at the 1932 Iowa State Nearly in prizes will be paid to the winning classes and individual The show will oc cupy half of the second floor of the new Educational Building at the State August 24th to Septem ber TO BOOST IOWA COAL IN CAMPAIGN May to the for a heavy advertising campaign were laid at a joint meeting of the Iowa Coal Institute and Iowa Coal Operators held recently in Des The campaign will be started at once and will have as its goal the publicizing of further industrial use of Iowa according to Hugh secretary of the According to government records Iowa is the only state in the nation which has this year kept its coal pro duction tonnage on a par with last The quarter of 1932 showed an increase of tons over a corresponding period of last I am convinced that the taxpay ers can make a large savings by us ing Iowa coal in their public build The movement for lower if consistently followed will mean that our state product will be given preference in a majority of our county and municipal heating Lundy The institute in its program is encouraging the proper installation of heating equipment that will best utilize the state STRUCK BY LIGHTNING IN TWOJOUNTIES Butler Jurors Ask to Be Excused to Plant Haidin Jurors Give Award of to Newland Asked for Butler trial jurors who appeared iefore the judge at begged giving as an excuse the necessity of getting into their fields o plant corn two of them have sev enty acres The case of Christina asking damages on a charge of alleged was he pulled wrong Hardin jurors who heard the case of Newland against both of Iowa returned a verdict of for the automo bile collision in which Laveme New a high school was killed and other occupants of the samff car njured they were on their way to when the cars A halfdozen judgements asked for were Court has adjourned until next MARSHALLTOWN ENTERTAINS MANY BANDS Ackley Pretty Well Represented Chenette Responsible for A dozen bands from as many points n central Iowa and all of 376 mem 3ers of the Various musical organiza were gathered at Marshall Among the lead ng lights and responsible heads of he Iowa Bandmasters is llate several years di rector of Acldeys Municipal band and of the Third District Legion in which organization a num jer of our Ackley band men were a The massed concert of twelve iands was heard last evening on the grounds of the State Soldiers and afforded people of Marshalltown and many visitors pleasure and diver DRANK KEROSENE Little Child at Rudd Dead as a Drinking of kerosene in the death at 3 oclock Sunday morn ing of Eugene Steven small son of and Steve who Jive 6 northeast of The Jowa fishing season for catfish and perch opened Hotel at Sunday Afternoon Not Considerable damage was dons throughout the Geneva hotel by a bolt of lightning yesterday afternoon and the structure was filled with although no fire No one was Emma said that plaster was torn off in several places on both the first and second all electric fixtures and wir ing were demolished and a few of the door casings were It is believed the bolt traveled the entire length of the The Geneva hotel is a frame struc ture of two The loss is cov ered by Three different heavy storms occurred in the after noon in quick accompanied by hail and The hotel was struck about 1 oclock in the after i TEACHERS AT GREENE i All But Commercial Elected to The Greene public school faculty list is complete except that the com mercial department has not yet been The faculty is Superinten i Guy Newcomer home eco Alice Hudson mathematics Maud Martens manual train ing and a g r i c u 1 Raymonc Schrody English and history Arthur Drost band and or Don Walters normal train Georgia Victor junior Hel en Miller and Bertha Frederick I Florence Feuerhelro first grade Evelyn Foster Wilma Cof fitt Estella Ludeking J Edith Haney Wilma Schultz i Rehired teachers are those teaching hand and orchestra normal English and fourth and fifth Bankers Group sunfish will June Childrens Bicentennial Wash Suitst the very at are to be held during the next two weeks Ackley banks are always rep resented at the district FILES A REPORT Receiver of Bank at Zearing Not Much Money at A total of has been re ceived in cash by Vinsel as re ceiver of the Farmers Bank of Zear and by banks holding collateral paper as security for according to the first report of the re on file in the office of the county clerk of courts at Actual cash on hand at the begin ning of the receivership was bringing the total receipts in the pe riod to A total of was disbursed by the receiver for bills payable from trust bills payable and interest to banks holding expenses of receivership and miscellaneous leaving a balance of on hand March FIRE AT CLEMONS Business Section of Little Town in Nearly Wiped Out A destructive fire occurred at little town of several hun dred people in Marshall dur ing the night of The busi ness houses were of wood and all on the east side of Main street were de stroyed within an hours The fire Joss is placed at and It is thought the fire was caused by defective electric light wiring in the attic of a cafe HEAT BREAKS PAVEMENT First Freak Action of Heated Pe Near The intense heat of Saturday aft ernoon caused the paving the Rain bow Inn just west of Britt on high way to The highway commission was called to make re The break raised the paving threefourths of a This is the earliest that a break in the paving has been reported in Hancock county Greeting the The Burton Sweet of Wav was in the city a short time Monday in connection witl his candidacy for the republican inatioh for He is meetin with gratifying success far good words may be taken AS a basi of During the time tha he he gave goo of Flew to Hadley and Fred Symingtott n Friday last made an actual fly ng trip to Missouri a eeline journey up in the hey covered the distance on the way ack of 220 in the rather t markable time of one hour and forty ive They were there but a short tiittfe n business Incidentally hey made the discovery that just ver the Iowa Missouri line oods are running wild with rats NO HELP FOR JOBLESS Sioux May a of to voters of this city om Monday defeated a proposal of the ity administration to issue n bonds for financing public im rovements designed to relieve un The result is y officials as disapproval by prop rty owners of any plan which might esult in increased Cleaning Marshal Pepperling with Aeildert bas and Dave Meinberg as assisfc did a creditable job of washing 11 the globes in the electroliers alone dain street THE WlKlRECORD L Very Quiet One at the Court House Drop The past week at the court was unusually quiet in all the There were only six real esr ate transfers reported to the record and only four real estate mort ages were Twenty seven chattel mortgages vere representing less than A compressor for horses a separator for live stock nd machinery another for 75 66 lambs for furniture for 216 more furniture for and 166 a halfdozen used automobiles or amounts ranging from to 85 and and so on through the Two transcripts of judgment two attachments on real estate and one lew case on the court docket for fore losure on a claim of complet d the weeks RAIN WAS GENERAL A Day of RecordBreaking Fol lowed by Quick A rain that was general through out this section of fell during he afternoon and evening of t had the effect not only of benefit ng all growing but it also iad the effect of causing a gratifying drop in Friday and Saturday were record breaking heat days Saturdays ther mometers registered as high as 94 Running for LeRoy resident of Whit pretty close to the southeast bor der line of was in the city the last of the distributing cards that bore the announcement Democratic candidate for The running is but there isnt even a remote chance for a democrat o get anywher in Hardin not at the present The marriage of Mary Diet resident of and Arden Schultz of Van curred on the 3rd at Rock Is Schultz is a sister of Elda Mullane of this city and has visited here It isr understood that and Sehutta will make their home near Arthur of Cali arrived in Hampton last Tues day fov a visit with old time frieada and to look after his farming inter ests in Franklin Barry js a former Hampton moved from here to California twenty years OF THE SICK LIST George on the sick list during the three weeks gradually improving and it will please her many friends to knqw that she is now able sit up a short time each pies in son neth and Rdith of areat called1 there by the death of his wife of Paul and iheir weeks old   

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