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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - June 9, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin JUNE WHOLE THEYLL PROTEST TAX PAYMENTS 200 FARMERS Of GEUNDY IN REVOLT Demand That Salaries of State Em ployes Be Cut 40 Per Cent Two hundred taxpayers of Grundy county met at Grundys county seat Wednesday evening to organize a taxpayers protest association pat terned largely after a recent move ment undertaken in Hen ry Mast was selected as and Glaus Bert Roskamp gave a talk on the objects of the proposed He mentioned the fact that every family was now taxed and and made a comparison with the tax es of a decade ago he many times less then than He also stressed reduction of salaries of state and county advo cating a reduction of 40 per cent in and declared that unless this done taxpayers should refuse to pay their Urge Special Talks were also made along the Same line by Joe Kelly and Repeal of the minimum wage and an appeal To page two MARRIED FIFTY YEARS and South of Observe and long time residents of Colfax Grundy observed their golden wedding Monday Van derLas officiated at their marriage which took place May at the Drake which was across the road from their Franken was born in Germany 78 years and Franken was born 66 years ago at Her maiden name was Emma Franken came to America with his parents in 1867 and for eight years resided in com ing to Grundy county in Five children were born to a son and a daughter dying in The liv ing children are Andrew Jake Stahl and John Stahl three sisters marrying three Franken has two sis ters John Rabenburg and Chris During their entire married life and Franken have been ac tive church and community Franken has been trustee for forty years and treasurer for fifteen years of the Colfax Presbyterian He has also held many other positions of and at present is president of the Farmers Savings Bank at of tbe The Auburn automobile company puts on 500 men there and in its shops elsewhere buys millions of dollars worth of material will put on men in short Soo railroad line reduces request for loan from ten million to five mil lion dollars maturity dates on out standing loans Louis imposes tax on chain stores new ordinance first to be adapted in any Senator Borah says there is no tfottus money for vets at this Govt tax on bank checks goes into effect June Denied that Hoover is for Other lead ers approve Big bridge spanning Mississippi river at MarquettePrairieDuChien opens Eight thousand veterans are in Refuse to move head of defunct Iowa City treasurer of state univer charged with defaulting died suddenly at Datona Flor where he had lived under assumed Mayor New rated OF CEREMONIES Were Given Their Diplomas Last Fri day Evening Events in Connection with tion Come to Final End Happi ness THE 1932 GRADUATES MARRIAGE LICENSES FOR THREE PAIR IN MAY One Other Couple Applied for License in month gf May was a light for marriages in Franklin The month county as only three couples were granted licenses to wed and only one other couple made application for wedding They secured their license in Marshall Those to whom licenses wereissued are as follows Ifco and Berneta James Cockrani and Fleta both of Kenneth Birdsall and Celma both of Majkes Herman of and Alice AY of Al FJM4NG STATIQNJN GRUNPY COUNTY IS BQBBEP FOURTH TIME The Ben Wickers filling station near the junction of primaries 14 and KEEPING ACCOUNT OF MILKAND DAIRY North Hardin Cow The monthly summary of the North Hardin Cow Testing association shows that the dairymen are culling the poor producers more than ever before twelve poor producers were culled out during the month of May which is onehalf as many as were culled out for the entire year of With all cows on pasture the asso ciation finished with 369 on test av eraging 835 milk and It might be well to note that this is the highest butterfat av erage for the North Hardin Associa tion since it was organized in 1930 21 members are feeding grain and 12 feeding a high protein feed 4 feeding silage and 2 90 cows produced over 40 The high herds are Mark Son with 20 purebred Holsteins averaging 1209 milk and 40 Lake with 8 Brown Swiss averaging 988 milk and Ibs Floyd Lake with 17 Grade and Pure bred Brown Swiss averaging 930 milk and Kaufman Son with 15 grade Holsteins averaging 1173 milk and Ralph Mason with 16 Ayshire and Pure bred Holsteins averaging 99t milk and The high cows are Dolly owned by Nyce with 1578 milk and Ormsby owned by Mark and Son with 1934 milk and Wonder owned by H Sherman with 1432 milk and 17 owned by A Idso with 1919 milk and 57 6 Ibs Golden by FJoyd Lake with 1500 nvlk am Cow Test Report for The 273 cows in the association dur ing May averaged 813 milk and of butterfat per The five high herds were Jesse 11 Holsteins averaging 1210 of milk and butterfat per Stauffer Sanders 11 Holsteins averaged 1184 but Janssens 8 Holsteins averaged 1071 but State Training School 60 Hol steins averaged 938 TWENTYFIVE boys and who had finished the twelve years course that is were given their diplomas at exercises that were held in the auditorium of the new school building last Friday They received their diplomas and passed out at the conclusion of the following in the path that between two and three hundred other boys and girls of Ackley and the immediate vicinity have taken during the thirty years and more that commencement and graduation ex arcises have been a part of the and they go out better pre pared for lifes work than many other boys and girls who have not been in to complete a high school educational The flutter that always attends such exercises was noticeable here the class experiencing the same thrills that other classes have ex perienced greeted by a housefull of friends and others interested in the The evenings program con sisted of the high school processional march high school orchestra the in vocation was delivered by OMeara the Girls Glee Club sang Venetian Love The class sa lutatory was delivered by Ward Gresslin Blackstone of Iowa state Ackley boy of the long a son of and Warren Blackstone delivered an address on The Goal of Prog Violin solo by Lawrence With ers the class valedictory address was delivered by Mira Song of Farewell by the Girls Glee The motto of the class is green and silver pink tea Class colors are class the MISSION FEAST German Presbyterian Church in Col fax The annual missionfeast of the Col fax German Presbyterian was held June Siss of Steamboat Rock spoke in the forenoon and of Ap in the An of Grundy spoke at the evening The forenoon and afternoon services were conducted in the German language and English at the evening pastor of the church was in The missionfeast of the Paul Lutheran northeast of Wells will be held on June the will be in Phyllis Ammann Robert Bolender Dorothy Brittell Wilma Carstetis Ruth Clawson Ward Gresslin Pearl Heetland William Heinz Raymond Hilbrand Harry Hofmann Paul Humke Mabel Kreimeyer Irene Frances Limburg Naomi Ludemann Mary Lynch Arnold Milliken Dorothy Rath Ella Rau Edna Richtsmeier Mira Richtsmeier Mildred Sailer Mildred Schultz Frederick Trainer Lawrence Withers The Corps of Teachers of the high under whom the class has had are superintendent F Van principal Miss Margaret head of the English de partment Miss Katherine La tin Miss Helen mathematics Miss Mary music Miss Bernice domestic science Ed win athletic Class Day THESE were held in the high schoo auditorium during the after noon of Thursday last there was a fair sprinkling of folks who availed themselves of the privilege of being j present a sprinkling of two or three hearing the program which had many points of excellence and pleasingly The pro gram that was rendered follows School Orchestra Bells of the Glee Class Har ry Phyllis Class Poem Mary Mildred Song of Farewell Girls Glee Class Will William Frances Naomi Class Prophesy Mira Lawrence Dorothy Brittell violin Withers Presidents address Raymond Hil president of junior Margaret Class arranged by Frederick Trainer and Dorothy School THIEVES THREW CHECKS AWAY NEAR FAULKNER BURIED BY AN AVALANCHE OF BALLOTS FIELD THE WINNER OTHERS Seed and Radio Man Comes Down the Line with State Count Not LARGE REPUBLICAN VOTE CAST Louis Murphy of Dubuque Wins the Democratic Nomination General With more than threefourths of the precincts Henry of continued to increase his margin over Senator Smith Brook hart in the race for the Republican senatorial The vote from out of the states precincts gave Field to Brookharts A NEW IDEA State Fair Will Have Its cal Party Days Politi seven miles north of jGmndy has been robbed of gasoline for the fourth time in f spent A watch wag being kept the Place the jobbers were seen this last time by thpe W who fired several at but the thieves and Schneck at the Home of Fred and FSchneck of have just returned from the 144th General Assembly of the Presbyterian church which met at On the return to their home in Wisconsin they spent few days at the home of Schnecks Fred whose daughter Marie them on their trip to Denver is a beautiful city situated at the foot of the Rocky and the scenery and hospitality will be long remembered by the nine ty commissioners who attended from all parts of the United t i Miss Lorene Krafft who has been attending school at IU this year is visiting at her brother Johns home at He and his family Miss Lorene are expected home For the first time in the Iowa State Fair this year will set aside two political for a huge statewide Republican and another for an allIowa Democratic was Both committees have indicated that they will endeavor to bring tionally prominent spokesmen of the tvo parties to to inaugurate the fall The dates of the the last week in fit in ideally with the dates for the opening the intensive fall votegetting Thrilled Graduating On Friday a week Fred Sym ington as accompanied by Tom my flew to New in the south part of Hardin they pro vided thrills for the class of graduates of New Providence consolidated trict performing their ing high in the to the amazement as well as the ment of all who saw Thousands of admirers of Abraham Lincoln flock each to the log cabin birthplace of the Great cjpator at KyThe Ik linois Centra is the only railroad that reaches Ditched Money Box and Papers Stolen From Part of the loot which was stolen from the Wilder Elevator company office at Faulkner on the night of May when thieves broke into the office and rifled the was found one day the first of the week by Jess a section when he was cutting weeds at the south end of the railroad yards at The companys money bank book and checks amounting to aboul were found by but no other clew to the robbers was t HOME COUNTY OF SWEET GIVES HIM HEARTY SUPPORT county Re publicans cast practically half of their congressional votes for Burton in the Iowa pri nvary Sweet received 922 Robinson 768 and Galloway Field beat out Brookhart by 885 to Haynes received Cosson 181 Eiekelberg 87 and Cook Concentrated Wealth Eagle Grove Eagle Jn any form o civilized society there is an absolub necessity for concentration of wealth Jn no other condition could there b endowments o and all great en terprises so essential to human ser and to all human life and bappi Court Hardin county court is taking It wjill reconvene a next Tuesday The pep J WiBMVi The other candidates polled as fol lows Haynes Cosson Cook Eickelberg At this stage votes had been cast and Field had gathered per cent of Brookharts per centage figure was The vote was only short of the complete vote cast in the Republican senatorial primary two years ago and it appeared probable that returns from the remaining 500 odd precincts would result in a rec Murphy Holds In the Democratic race Louis Mur hy Dubuque continued to lead the with votes in pre ncts Former Senator Dan teck of Ottumwa was second with and the other candidates fol owed with Kraschel Lytle Hagemann Murphy had polled about 42 per ent of the Democratic vote at the alf way The vote for Dan Turner lounted to landslide proportions as dditional r e p o rt s were With precincts reporting the overnor had votes or more ban six times that of his nearest ival in the Republican gubernatorial Although the margin separating he two leading candidates in the Democratic race for governor was not it appeared likely on the basis f Tuesdays returns that Turners ival in the November election would ie Clyde Herring of Des 125 EIGHTH GRADERS GRADUATED TUESDAY t Was the Largest Class in the His tory of Rural Graduation exercises for one hun Ired twenty five pupils who are com pleting the eighth grade work in the ural schools of the county were held at Eldora on Tuesday This s the largest class in the history of lardin county schools and doubles he class of ten years The large audience enjoyed a con cert given by the boys Training School band under direction of Gayle HONIJII HAS EASTVICTORY Leads His Nearest by ExCongressman Trails Along with Was Iti the Hands of His Thomas Republican congressman from the old Third Iowa district for five triumphed in his first campaign in the remodeled district against the opposition of two strong William Galloway of and Burton Sweet of and will enter his sixth term with the strong indorsement of constituents in all parts of the tory he Robinson achieved this result without making formal announce ment of his candidacy and without a personal remaining on duty in through out the preprimary period and exer cising his franchise through the ab sent voters Galloway and Sweet made strong appeals to the voters for sup Robinson has a total of votes in practically complete unof ficial returns from all but two coun ties and in those two counties the returns are so nearly complete that the outstanding vote is the same Galloway was giv en votes and Sweet District Robinson Galloway Sweet Grundy 663 Tama 434 Bremer 764 238 922 Benton 732 270 Wright 337 955 Franklin 784 765 Butler 729 Black Hawk Hardin 737 911 Marshall 929 VETERAN GRUNDY COUNTY OFFICERS AGAIN INDORSED Veterans in the services of the pub lic in Grundy county offices were re nominated by the voters in the party primary on county winning for his eighth for his and clerk of for hia seventh Smith also the Helen Holbrock rural choir led by Sullivan of Iowa Pupils from the Gifford school entertained with their h a r monica land and an umbrella song was given by girls from Etna Virginia Lepley of the Gifford school with an average of Albert Granzow of Pleasant and William Dreier ef Tipton each with an average of were given honor di Wind East of During the afternoon of accompanying the heavy down pour of there was lightning and the wind blew heavily about four miles east of a swath was covered and many of them from a foot to two feet through maple and boxelder were twisted There was no destruction of tunately at least none has been e Aekleys White Sox will Have as Rivals a Cedar Falls Next Sunday at the us ual Ackley and Cedar Falls will play baseball on the home It will be a good full of interest and lively baseball Go see the jt with printers Franklin for Des Complete re turns from Franklin countys 22 cincts for governor gave Kehoe 151 Kime 568 Lange 352 Turner GETS AND COSTS Judge Henderson Levied it Against William Roskamp Costa The way of the transgressor is in deed William until a few months ago employed in Ack more recently at while on a country road west of Ack ley about three weeks was un fortunate in striking a passing auto mobile while he was entering the road from the north the accident on highway four miles west of Ackley and the car struck was being driven by a gentleman from who filed complaint against Roskamp and Sheriff Thompson came and took him to He was charged with operating1 a motor vehicle while Judge Henderson who heard the sentenced Rosksmp to pay a fine of and the costs in Jn default of payment the defendant is to serve four months in the county a young is well known in Ackley and north Grundy where he was Long and candidate tw state will go to tion ousted from has lead New says too much delay on dry issue wants Economy bill back to house 100 million short of desired   

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