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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - May 26, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin MAY WHOLE TAKE PLACE OF TODAY Librarians Meeting at Aldeh Draws Large Public Libraries Are Proven to Be public Bene factors Called Safety Valves in Titties of THE GARDEN CLUB May generous at tendance of library trus tees and other friends of library ac tivities from outside as well as in side the district made the North Cen tral district meeting of Iowa libraries held in Alden May a pronounced The sessions were presided over by Mary Kings district chairman and librarian at Miss Julia secretary of the state library com and by virtue of her secretary of each of the eight Iowa was also The meet ing this year was to have been held Hampton but was moved to Alden by the courtesy of these two officials in recognition of the fiftieth anni versary of the founding of the Alden Circulation There was unanimous agreement that circulation of books had greatly increased since the beginning of de pression with a noticeable trend toward books of travel and adven It was confidently held that li braries are proving themselves the safest and sanest safetyvalve in times of At the afternoon session Doeringsfeld told how useful the library was proving itself to the pub To page two BROOKHART IS DOWN SOUTH Chances are That He Speaks to Emp ty Benches Down The Smith Wildman Brook according to advertised sched ule that has come to our is booked to make addresses at several places in North this week over in Tennessee the latter part of next and last week he was billed for several points in South Just what Brookhart expects to ac complish in a section of country where republicans dont ane where the most that do are might explained by Brookhart With all the important leg islation of a constructive nature thai is up before congress at the present it would seem that his place would be at President Hoover has asked for support foi constructive Bankers at Bankers of the district were gath ered together at in Hancock Tuesday Ackley bankers were represented The purpose of the district meeting is both social and pleasure businesi conditions and business matters ars and on the social side they have various forms of entertainmen and outside Local banks were closed for thi as all others in with in the Flower Display Pass Rules to Gov ern a Friday evening the Garden Club met at the school The flower display consisted of twentyfive beau tiful bouquets of First prize Was awarded whose vase held two hundred red These tulip bulbs originally ame from Holland and were planted y Heykens They have been eproducing during the past forty This award entitles Hey ens to the vase during the present month and until the June liss Becker and Hilbrand dis ussed wild flowers and Miss Anna larstens spoke interestingly on Tu The club passed rules that will e used in the annual childrens pa ade Entries of the Spring lower to be June 10 and nd the prizes were They also oted to purchase garden birds to be sed for which will e sold during the spring flower how to help meet Cupid Has Lost One application for marriage li ense was filed at the office of the llerk of Arlee on Wednesday of last Leonard aged 22 and Frances ged both residents of Buchanan ACKLEY GUN CLUB HAD GOOD SHOOT SUNDAY NO WEDDING LICENSES ISSUED SINCE APRIL 2 County Clerk M Wallukait reports a matrimonia slump in Humboldt Not a single marriage license has been is sued from bis office since April There have been but th young people are not inclined to pos notices five days in in com pliance with the new state be sides Minnesota is just over the line and the goings No Dodging County Treasurer MWilcox o reports that the force o the Treasurers office have been get ting out notices to delinquent ta Approximately twice as man notices are necessary as were use and Milton Trwmbaue were at last Thursda jn 8 specia social gathering under auspices o the Knights of Maccabees lodge o that the very at 0 Carrying On D Several of the Good Gunners of the State Took The Ackley Gun Club vere out for a prize on their a mile west of Sunday ifternoon their numbers were eon iderably swelled by the presence of i dozen of the states best known ilaypigeon shooters and n all twentyseven The scores of each Shoot ng at 150 the scores are as ndicated Fred Boyd 139 Peters 137 Hoon 130 rank Kachelhoffer 136 Scourick 136 Merriman 135 Bim Castle 135 McCrary 135 foe Kantzkyor 134 Troxel 131 Forreston 130 Oslund 129 Ludwig 127 Miss Marie Kantsky 127 rank Glaze 127 Mills 127 Chapman 123 Carstens U9 Sutliffe 121 Eiler H4 H2 Nick 102 Fifteen hams were given out to the lucky ones the highest They are Scou Pet ers Glaze Miss Marie Kautsky Osland and Elect Wolf and Miss were hostesses Friday evening to Marian Steele R Bakker read a paper or Washingtons Religious Elec tion of officers resulted as follows Grace Miller Vice Ida Hassler of Hamp ton and Miss Tool Secretary Daisy Heykens Mrs Laura Wolf Recording Secretary Ora Winters E Liedtke Pearl Bak ker Doris Schwinger Viola Brandt Regis Miss Luella Defeated the The game of baseball at Hampton last Sunday between th Hampton dub and GilkersonsChi cago Giants colored was won by Hampton score 3 to Victory for Hampton was largelt due to the pitching pf Arthur Rein hart of this he of the big leagu teams he wasjtbly BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Note pf General Hadley received wor first of the week from Berkej announcing the death Sunda of grandmother o Miss and Thoma Misses Mae and Phyllis entertained friends at their horn Monday The SeilsSterling circus is advei tised to show at Iowa June Is MEMORIAL DAYS OBSERVANCE MAY 30 THE SOLDIER DEAD Jeremonies in Ackley Will Be Ap propriate to ance at Hazel EMORIAL DAY in next the will be ob erved in much the same way as it as been observed during the years The flags will be unfurled business places and resi ences and the reverence hat has always been accorded the oldier our countrys ivill be evidenced with appropriate eremonies speak ng and a parade although the long line of blue that through the years produced a GRADUATION AND EVENTS REES CASE UNEXPECTEDLY Action for Damages Against Blue Line Two Were Killed iit Resident Here Died at Following a recess of several court reconvened at Monday with judge Henderson pre What promised to be a case of considerable interest and hard came to an unexpected end but no intimation was given for its Fred ex ecutor of the estate of Mildred had brought suit against the Blue Line freight company and for damages the culmination of an auto crash last December in which Miss Rees and Newell were The jurors had been secured and the case was Another suit has filed for a similar been THE HONORABLE Placards Bearing the GentlemanV Phyz Seen in Conspicuous there is something do ing along political lines if the congressman from this is attending strictly to business at the evidence is conclusive that the home guards are attending to the publicity end of his His picture appears in practically every business house along the no matter whether the storekeeper is a democrat or ia fairness in It is understood that at Shell Rock one unforgiving sinner refused permission to place the genial Toms picture in a display win DIED AT DODGE A Week of Unusual Activity for the Class of Activities for Others as Well a De tailed Program of the Weeks is a full week ahead for al who feel an interest in the af fairs of our public schools interest not alone for the but in terest for and for those who follow up to take the place of those who are about to complete the educational Appended is the program and all the events in Baccalaureate The Baccalaureate sermon for the Senior class of 1932 will be held at has all tne HighSchool Sunday evening May at Fol On page eight of todays World lowing is the i j the days program is n Processional Hymn by I Great is Thy Girls Sleepers Wake A Voice is The following program will be givj Glee n k the Hazel Green cemetery Sun Scripture lay May 29thut oclock m j Glee Decoration of soldiers graves by Announcements for the school led by American Sermon Legion J Hymn by Seybold of Ackley General Shermans orders Lauress Song Male Short Seybold of Ack Lincolns Get tysburg Roger Address Judge John Wierds of Iowa by All school children bring President of the ALL SKIRMISHING Commencement The Commencement exercises of Anderson Better Remem bered Here as Miss Valeria Greer resident of Eagle who had en tered a Dodge hospital where she submitted to an operation for died there on Tuesday a week Anderson is better remem bered to older residents of Ackley as Miss Valeria daughter of and Henry who lived here through the 80s and She was born in Jackson township in 1874 after graduation from she taught in several country districts over near In recent years the Anderson family lived at Eagle Grove her husband and one son sur in addition to her Mad somewhere in Mexico one of the very successful business men of Los a year or two was prominently in the run ning as a candidate for mayor of that metropolitan place Miss at Los San Her remains were brought to Ack ley for burial by the side of other relatives in Oakwood The funeral occurred Sunday following at the Methodist church at Eagle REECE AWARDED DAMAGES OF THE GOVERNOR IS TO BE IN JACKSON MAY 29 Turner Will Deliver Address at Me morial Governor Dan of will deliver an address at the cemetery Jackson next Sunday aft ernoon May at 2 oclock Me morial day services are to be con ducted The presence of Gov ernor Turner will afford people of Owasa and this end of the county who have not been afforded the pleas ure of seeing or hearing that THE OPli GAME BASEBALL FOR NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON HOME GROUNDS Ackleys White Sox to Play with Wett Known Diamond of Highways and Byways are Running Wild with if the present conditions as applying to the states primary election law could have been fore no such law would have been created or placed on the statute Applicants for public office the Senior class of of Ackley Public will be held at the auditorium Friday June at Following is the Processional Venetian Love Glee The Goal of State Uni versity of violin With Presentation of Class Presentation of Diplomas President Board of Educa Announcement of Song of Farewell Girls Glee Class Day Class Day exercises will be held at the High School auditorium Wednes day June Following is the are a numerous tribe almost any day j c 1 a s s History Phyllis sees one to a halfdozen and morej Harry Mildred and an occasional with flute ClajB Prophesy D Mira Lawrence With a bee in his or dropping in to see what the chances are and who is being favored for office rang ing from the governorship Two or three candidates for at least three for United States senator all a candidate lieu tenant a dozen candidates for various county offices have been in Ackley and the highways are fairly alive with from the is being made the impression would be gained that some of the jpbs are worth somebody does have to take but for the man who has a business of his ter attend to Memorial Day McGreevy of this will deliver the Memorial Day address at the Ricksmeier will serve a like capacity at Steamboat The speaker in son of the late Senator Jonathan Pol Class Will Wil liam Frances of theSea Glee Loyalty Glee Class Poem Mary Mildred Presidents Address Raymond Hil President of Junior Class Class Song arranged by Frederick Dorothy Its No peren nial candidate for for merly a latterly and at present allegedly was in the city during the past seeing the hoping to gain recruits to vote for and Walter three miles northeast of are the happy parents of a baby daughter giving them three All hap py A jury of six men and six women brought in a verdict of for Reece against George of late Friday who was injured in an automobile accident in which a car and a driven by fig sued Steep for The jury n the case was out for nearly eleven lours before it was able to reach a Flessa and Ben iuckhart were visitors at Iowa Falls Tuesday They spent part of the afternoon at the Lange home near Iowa Lange s a niece of Recently and Lange moved from a arm south of Ackley to one near towa Falls which they had Locating at Charles Ed who was in Ackley Sun a visitor at the home of his intends to establish himself in the produce business at Charles taking the location for merly held by the Kelly Produce com pastor of East Fries land German Presbyterian southeast of is delegate of Waukon Presbytery at the General Assembly of churches of that denom ination in session at Colo Engejke left Tuesday morning for that T A S E B A L the longlooked for and anxiously awaited ia finally scheduled A c k leys White Sox are to open the season here a game with Waterloos Diamond an aggregation of players that are reputed to be well up toward the head in the way of baseball play The game is to be played on the home grounds here next Sunday aft the and is to begin at On the following Monday after Memorial another game is to be played with the Union This game is scheduled to begin at The officers and managers of the Ackley organization are anxious to have generous Ackley has won an enviable reputation along the line of baseball and through the years the locals have given good ac count of and the season of 1932 promises to be equally For the opening game the lineup and players will be first base second base shortstop thirdbase left field Green center right field Stef catcher Greenfield and C Folkersj Reach Frederick Eggert and Simon Sluter who left Ackley on Tuesday noon week with Washington as their objective arrived there safely last Sunday having covered the distance of nearly miles by in that short time and without a single Frederick expects to visit a day with and former residents of Ackley he engaged in the butcher business here several yeare whose home is near Few Party Although the state primary calls for filing of notice of change of par few persons have made applica tion of County Auditor Bridgens for the The evidence is that will be changes over to the demo cratic but this is not evidenced by the Royal Neighbors Members of Royal Neighbors lodge will observe their annual Memorial day next Sunday All rnen bers will please at the home of George at 2 To decorate graves of departed mem The met with Mary Schreiber Tuesday A special call for prayer has been sent out for June 2n4 John Humke will open her home for this Here for a The Silvers Fun Show is billed to be in Ackley a weeki conaniencing with Monday the They appear under canvas their be pitched on thei vacant south of the school The Ladies Aid will be en tertained by Etelph Janssett Thursday of next at her coun try Everyone will be cordially There is still another week of school all grades highrachooj pupils are taking examinations this   

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