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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - June 2, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLtfME Official Hardln JUNE WHOLE 50X PLAY BALL AGAIN Sunday May 29th the Waterloo JDiamond Oilers defeated Ackley White Sox 8 to although Ackley collected eleven hits against their The many errors by the home team had given the visitors the chance of Waterloo Box AB R H i0 A E IWahl 611911 iKnox jEstirn IQuack Kahler Keohe Morgan Lindner IMoon 110 0 0 Totals 8 5 26 10 5 Ackley Box AB R H PO A E 1 5 3 1 IMikesh 4 1 1 0 1 1 Grussing 4 2 0 1 1 Coordes 6 1 15 0 1 Steffen 6 0 1 14 2 2 B 1 2 1 Giese 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 Greenfield 4 0 10 10 iFolkers 1 0 1 0 00 Totals 7 11 27 8 9 Memorial day the Union Crows I took a game from Ackley 10 to The Crows proved to be a stronger team than the White Sox although the home team played great and the lead that the team had did not stop the White Sox from try ing to Heavy hitting by Gruss Giese and Mikesh at the latter part of the game and good support of the entire team kept the scores at a close Union Box AB R H PO A E Long 6 1 2 1 0 0 IMell 1 0 0 1 0 0 JBiersborn 3 01 00 0 iLepley 6 1 2 1 1 11 3 0 IBeece 3 2 07 2 1 IGlenny 5 1 2 8 01 Brown 5 2 2 1 1 1 IMell 6 0 1 3 0 0 Galloway 6 2 0 Totals 10 13 27 10 4 Ackley Box AB R H PO A E ISteinmeier 5 1 1 8 0 2 Mikesh 5 1 2 13 0 I Grussing 4 1 3 1 2 0 I Coordes 4 0 0 14 0 0 Anderson 2 10 1 2 1 Polkers 2 1 0 0 5 0 King 2 0 0 0 0 0 Giese 4 0 3 1 0 0 Greenfield 4 1 0 1 0 0 j Shugar 0 0 Totals 36 6 9 27 14 4 Ackley will play the Cedar Falls Cubs here on the home grounds on Sunday June A HOSPITALS RECEIPTS One at Webster City Took in in a Year The Hamilton County hospital at Webster showed total receipts of for the year ending The operating expenses were leaving a balance of All public institutions are having a difficult time of it these days making ends It is strange that those that rely on charitable contributions often show better results than thftse that are supported by Depreciation Heres Christiansen Son Ringsted have bought the old bank building at that place for It was built in 1920 at an estimated cost of It will be remodeled for a hardware The Beaver Valley bank building at Parkersburg that cost to was sold once for and when the new bank quit after a years it was sold again for Thats one way for the money to So The Franklin Dates of the Franklin county fair for the season of 1932 are August 24 to While some of the fair asso ciations in Iowa announce that this seasons fair wijl be the Franklin fair is expected to be up to any in recent Jt is the spirit that wins the disposition to go ahead and keep making things Bass Season Opens June The Iowa fishing season for black blwegiJJ and simf ish will open on The season for parish end perch started May AngeJers could catch trout April FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Harry Ricksmeier of This Meets with practicing attor ney in this is meeting with flat tering in his efforts to secure the republican nomination for county at next Mondays primary Suc cessful in his the evidence is that people throughout the county have confidence in his ability to con duct the affairs of the office with credit to himself and to the satisfac tion of the The home folks are hopeful that he will win and they are strengthening the hope with their For Place on the Dan well known south of Ackley has reason tobelieve that he will be nominated to the place to which he a member of the board of at next Mon days primary For any num of k years he was one of Aetna townships trustees and he is familiar with the publics He will receivethe major share of the repub lican vote from the northeast part of the a home endorsement is worth a THEliTPlilC DAY Fellowship Club Takes It Within Doors The Fellowship Club of the First Presbyterian church enjoyed their annual picnic supper Tuesday eve ning at the home of Inclement weather necessitated its being held within A sixthirty dinner was twentytwo mem bers and visitors having been pres The meeting was held a week in advance of the regular date so that those who will soon leave town for the summer vacation might also enjoy the Guests were seated at one long and several smaller tables flowers artis tically placed provided the table dec The program later carried out was miscellaneous in that each member was responsible for contrib uting to it something of her own Some read others read interesting articles pertaining to mis sion work personal letters from missionaries in several fields were brought to the attention of One from and Alzo missionaries in was read by Emma The let ter spoke of their mission work and revealed what had been done with the money sent to that field at Christ mas time by the Ackley Fellowship Such letters help to keep friends at home posted on what is being done on the foreign mission Reifs was ajso very helpful and It was the story of a man who had gone to had become interested in the mining and had amassed a large Her story revealed his having used the money wisely in caring for unfortunate people and those unable to care for and Rath and family who are stationed in the Philippine Is lands were brought to mind because the topic for the June meeting is The The pro gram therefore was very fittingly conclud ed with devotionals and prayer ser vice for the Rath A social hour followed the regular business An out of town guest was Keneth Hills of niece of Gus a member of the Farms on a Large John former west of Ack ley was in the city Memo rial day from his home at He operates in excess of 400 acres of land near that place and has been very Daily he takes the product of 35 head of milk cows to the creamery one of his chil dren is attending Ambrose school at two are in school at Aus tin a daughter is employed as a bookkeeper in the Austin packing and in all he and his family to be sure Carroll is a valuable assistant have fared well in south ern a fact that the old home pleased to DIED IN AUTO CRASH Leona Education Miss Leona assistant professor of education at the Teach ers was killed Tuesday in an accident near according to a message received at the college office Tuesday Bernice also an instructor in education who accompanied Miss Sutherland on a vacation received a fractured The tele grain was dispatched by They had been to to vis it a sister of Miss AGKLElf HONORED ITS SOLDIER DEAD Memorial Days Services Attractive and Many Gathered No Longer the Line of but Little Children Were in Line With Floral Tributes Successful TVTEMORIAL another annual observance that always carries with it its pleasures and has come and The people of Ackley have always been loyal to the me mory of those of the countrys de fenders through the years there has always been a willingness to give ex pression to the sentiments that are There have been Me morial days when the representation of the boys who wore the were crowned with activities on the part of but as the years have passed the line of blue has fad ed until now scarcely one of the or iginal members of Ed post of the Grand Army of the Republic re mains to tell of the thrills of army life of at Shiloh or at Appo matox at Mis sionary or the Battle of the Many members of Ed Mix post were in the service through three and nearly four years of warfare they tramped with marched with Sherman from Atlanta to the Sea any number of them were with Shermans Bum as they were admiringly christened at the grand review at others were mus tered out of the service at Kentucky some were members of the famous Crockers still others were included in the Hor nets and at all times it was pleasing to listen to the tales of these veterans who told of their experi thrillingly but not They marched on by day and by night occasionally they stopped to forage a bit some raw recruit com ing into camp with a porker twirling at the end of his bayonet they had these service and many a veteran used to relate of an alldays march with no water in his canteen and perhaps an ear of corn THERELL BE A PICNIC FRANKLIN To Gather in Sluters Grove Thurs June There will be a Joint Farm Bureau Picnic of Grant ond Osceola townships of Franklin county at Slu ters north of June Program to 1 by Osceola Town ship Rural 8th grade diplo mas by Harry Hender by John Slacks of the Department of Rural Iowa State Teachers Cedar Everyone To Pool Butler Wool Crop Thursday Butler county wool producers will pool their 1932 crop The wool will be trucked to Des Moines It will be loaded at the fol lowing places Pooley Lumber 8 to Brown Lumber 1 to 4 Weinberg and Frud 8 to Fromng Grain Coal 1 to 4 HAIR CAUGHT IN OSAGE WOMAN SCALPED Whitley of Osage is re covering from a painful accident suf fered as she was operating an trie clothes Hey which she wears caught in the rollers as she bent over the wringer and she was unable to reach the switch to turn off the WJwtley was in the house and rushed to her as but before he could reach her a portipn of her scalp been pulled the only substance and sustenance for a thirtymile tramp to drop in some quagmire only to be recalled by the bugles trumpet for another days grilling tramp and fighting all the Memorial day It is the least that a grateful nation can confer on the memory of the heroic dead preserv ers of the saviours of our glorious The Days Early in the forenoon of Ackleys Municipal band and individ uals assigned to place on the pro gram at the Main street gath ered forthe flagraising and the sev eral The ceremonies over the band paraded down on to Sacred Heart where the hildren carrying bouquets joined in and the march proceeded to the Cath olic cemetery where graves of soldier dead were These cere monies concluded the forenoons pro Afternoons Assembling at American Legion bfend and citizens went to the public school there to be joined by veter widows of veterans in automo citizens generally assembled for the procession that lead up State street to on to Oakwood cemetery where the graves were decked with flowers and further cer emonies were conducted the sound of taps impressive as it re forming the line of on over to the where the program of the address by Dolliver of readings and all else was given close attention by an Perhaps the most impressive of the days events was the line of the smaller ones mostly in wives of members who have passed tiful in its simplicity flags the band and all on dress parade all The Boys in who in former years paraded down Ackleys streets have disappeared almost to a man the proud the proud tread of those who re member the long line of men who wore the blue and were enrolled in Ed Mix post of the Grand Army of the there is a thrill pa thetic because of the consciousness that great army of our countrys is all but faded Dollivers Memorial Day ad dress will be given in full in the next issue of the WILL PAVE THE HIGHWAY 20 Contract for Public Improvement in Ackley to Be Let June CLASS OF 32 HAS FOLL WEEK ADIEU HAS BEEN A BUSY WEEK FOR ALL AND GLAD ONE Final Event is Scheduled for Then for Places in the Class Day exercises were observed Wednesday The high school orchestra played the proces sional to which the seniors took their places in the The boys Glee Club sang Bells of the Mildred Schultz and Harry Hofmann read the class history Mary Lynch read the class the girls Glee Club sang the Song of Farewell and Loyalty Frances Lim burg read the class will the class prophesy was given in the nature of conversation which took place sup posedly at New many years hence at the home of and Paul Humke Dorothy Brittell and Paul The two visitors who conversed with Humke re vealing the whereabouts of each class member and the occupation of were and Laurence With ers Mira Richtsmeier and Laurence It is surprising what changes a few years can bring Laurence Withers played two violin Spring and Hearts and Raymond Hilbrand gave the presidents address relin quishing the miniature rungs friend and idenis by means of which the senior class has reached its pres ent to the junior Margaret who responded in behalf of her Van Sont awarded the loving cup which was won by Dorothy Rath this year for participation in extra curricular Each year to the who through her high school career has earned the most a loving cup is Dorothy Brittell had the next highest number of Friday at the school the final act in the twelve years school course d i plomas will be awarded to each member of the and the friends will Galloways Advance Campaign representatives of Galloway of were cir culating campaign literature in Ack ley the latter part of the in connection with Galloways nomina tion for republican representative in The gentleman has nothing in particular to advance in the way of party policy or public good he simp ly wants the not for any particular public but merely to gratify personal If the Third congressional district must be repre sented by a the Robinson of Hampton fills tha bill no reason to change over to another Robinson has John rPHAT portion of highway number twenty that runs through Ack on the HardinFranklin county line is finally to be and the bridge overhead the Illinois Central tracks at the east edge of is finally to have the finishing touches put This is in accordance with the pro gram of the state highway commis sion that is calling for bids that are to be opened at Ames on the next Just what is to be done with the crossing at the west end of at the Minneapolis Louis railroad is not stated report has been that the roadway is to remain as it straight ahead rumors have persist that the road would run under the tracks another Just what will be remains to be The contract is to be let next Tues Mission The Ackley Christian Reformed four miles east on will celebrate her annual Mission Fest next June Three services will be after noon and We have arranged to have the Schuurman and Landsiedel with us to give Free lunch noon and evening as We extend a hearty welcome to you to spend this day with Tp and William Bush left Friday last for for ten days to weekj visit at home of theirson and The death of John Sessler occurred at the family home in the country during the night of He had not been in good health for a year or longer but it was not until about two weeks ago that his condition ap peared He was nearing his 37th born a son of and Andrew and he is survived by his sister ane other in addition to his im mediate He was born October Funeral services were held at St Johns Evangelical church Wednes day afternoon interment of his re mains was in LaFollette to Speak in Robert LaFollette of Wis consin will make at least two speech es in Iowa in behalf of the campaign of Smith it was announced He will speak at Diibuque Satur day afternoon and at Grinnell Satur day Other addresses may bi Smith secretary to his arrived in Iowa Tues day to tour northwest Iowa in hi fathers Modern Woodmen All members of Ackley Mod ern Woodmen of are re quested to meet hall at 7 o clock next Monday for th observance of the orders memoria Bring flowers if Raigch who has been vjsjting relatives here during past weeks or expects tetujrn t his home the Jitter p of the THE GOVERNOR AT OWASA Spoke to Assemblage Placed at The people of Jacksotr ownship and the Owasa neighbot were out in considerable force Sunday They were favored by a visit from Governor Dan ivho addressed them on other lines han Not many were luded in the assemblage from this art of the but it is conset atively estimated that two thousand people gathered Folks like ee and meet their public Haynes for George treasurer of Har lin should have no difficulty n succeeding if efficiency is of any He has oth efficient and aj ways ready and willing to serve Ublics The hat lift ms held the office several terma hould be a not a he is a republican bufe Hardin county has never had a more icmpetent or courteous NEXT FLOWER SHOW The Spring Flower Show sponsored y the Ackley community Garden Club is to be held June 10th and llth at Greenfields furniture All flower lovers are invited to enter heir exhibits whether the Garden Club or being the first Spring Flower Show Ackley the Exhibit Committee is anxi ous for the cooperation of everyone to help make this show a Rules Governing the Show must be grown in Ackley must be delivered be tween the hours of 9 and 12 June will take place Friday June exhibits will be Sat urday night at 10 one exhibit in each class may be entered and must ba raised by judges will be ad vised to use the following score judging the exhibits Harmony of Quality of Harmony of flowers and container Entries Will Be As Follows Class Best First letter of credit for from Olds Seed Second wateir lily from Tricker Class Best Bouquet limbing First collection of Darwin Tulips from Holm and Second prizej hanging basket of plants from Joseph Bancroft Cedar Third credit of on Continued on page three ACKLEYTIRM GETS A VERY NICE CONTRACT Carstens Brothers of This will Equip New Building at Carstens Brothers of this city en tered the successful bid for a piecs of work that is to be done in connec tion with the building of a new 000 building at State Teachers Col lege at Cedar bid for installing heat and plumbing there calls for a trifle They were successful bid ders against a large field of contract Work will soon It is state Here for the Theodore former well known resident of ao companied by his sons William tpd Theodore nnd members of their faw all residents were in the city cpming to Memorial day with relatives renew acquaintance While in the city they at the home of and Butter Values Receipts of the Iowa dairy in 1931 were reduced compared to This is an decrease jn sales of which makesit a vitaj tion to merchants It is not surprising   

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