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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - June 16, 1932, Ackley, Iowa VOLUME Official Hardin JUNE Thc game of Sunday Jime resulted in a victory for klevn White Sox they defeated Cedar Falls Cubs by an 8 to 2 seore Jerry pitching for the cox allowed five hits and had six teen Avery for Cedar Falls allowed 10 hits and had eight Ackley i if it 1n c 4 2 3 19 3b 6 1 1 2 ss J 0 1 0 rf JJ 2b 0 cf q i 04 Ib J J p 4 l i 00 0 0 0 u 0 0 1 2 X V 0 1 0 0 Totals 36 8 10 27 64 Cedar Falls rf 4 002 ii 1st 4 0 1 11 3b 3 2b 4 c 4 cf If 4 ss 3 P 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 J 0 1 0 0 0 n 0 1 0 1 8 6 2 0 0 0 1 C Totals 2 6 24 9 2 BANKRUPTCY THROUGH TAXATION TAX according to Melvin President of iho First National Bank of take the estimated equivalent of one days abor every week from everyone in he A few years ago one out of every 22 persons gainfully em ployed was on the public payroll now he percentage is one in It is said that if the present rate continues in a little over twenty years we wUl lave one person working for govern ment for every person who pays tax es in a middlewestern one million acres of land were taken over by the counties for unpaid tax Another state has an This is what government extrava gance has Operating costs must be extravagant practices discon THE GARDEN CLUB HAD Mil EXHIBIT COMMUNITYS FIRST EXHIBIT PEONIES PREDOMINATE losnted a Success Club Gave Out S110 in Ackley will play Sheffield on the home grounds here Sunday June URGING THE USE OF IOWA MINED COAL BY IOWANS A state gathering of mine opera dealers and interested persons is to be held at Des Moines on the 1618 at Savery at which pro grams and business sessions are be Among subjects to be dis cussed are these Power Production with Iowa Comparative Coal Industrial Future of the Middle Air and other entertaining The purpose is to create interest through newspaper and urge Iowa people to use a homeproduct wherever pos CALLING FOR BIDS Treasurer of Wright County Submits Proposals for June Here is a prosperity Treasurer of Wright northwest of is call ing for offers on a bond is sue for road running through the years from to May at a of five per cent in The sale is to be held at the court house at on the 17th at 2 The big bond houses will be there to make their but the bidding is open to all Robertson Church of Atzbaugh announces meetings that are being conducted by and in the Robert son Residents of the commu nity are invited to attend any all the To Join Army of Two auto loads of men headed for went through In dependence In rickety ol cars they are traveling to join the Bonus army at BAD PENfRET URNS AND GOES TO PRISON Fellow Worked Independence Moder Woodmen Lodge Wright County Will Spend on Its Public James a man of many names and from many places was ar rested Friday last at charged with obtaining money under false On June this then giving his name as approached Paul Secretary of the local for a He presented credentials which were supposedly es tablishing his membership in thd After putting up a hard luck story he signed a note for and obtained the Focht had given his note for to the lodge a year and when he appeared before he was rec but Soener gave no indica tion that he did instead he called a policeman to whom the story Given a hearing Focht was placed in jail not being able to fur nish a He had no con nection with the lodge in the Soutl Dakota lodge he claimed to belong to the secretary reported him to bi an was given a hear ing and quickly sentenced to sevei years in states At Anderson returned horn from the latte part of theweek he accompanied on of our citizens to that The pn tient was passed upon by specialist The cooperation and enthusiasm of Garden Club members and other ex hibitors made the first spring flower how sponsored by the Ackley Coirt nunity Garden Club a great The outstanding exhibits were in and Competition was ceenest in the table jeing seventeen entries in the one Following are the prize winners in the show Class Columbine Frank 1st Vina Class Climbing Roses 1st Will 2nd Fred Class Hybrid Tea Roses Leo 1st Leo 2nd Class Hardy or Perpetual Roses 1st and John Class Iris 1st John Class a White Peo nies Will 1st Si mon 2nd Class b Pink Peonies 1st Nie 2nd Frank Class c Red Peonies John 1st 2nd Class d Mixed Peonies st Class a Dainted Daisies Addie White 1st John 2nd Class b White Daisies Frank st John 2nd Nellie Mc Class Pansies 1st Lin Class Shrubs Earl 1st Henry Class Coreopsis Leo 1st 2nd Miss Mae Class Mixed Flowers a Vase of Mixed Flowers John 1st Clara 2nd Class IX Basket Mixed lowers Ben 1st Lena 2nd Class Table Dec oration Earl 1st John 2nd Miss Mae and Harry Kellogg of Iowa Falls very kindly donated their services as judges for the Kellogg also gave a prize of worth of gladiola bulbs to the exhibit having the best perfection of flower in the peony class and worth of gladiola bulbs to the exhibit having the best perfection of flower in the rose Gross received the prize in peonies and Fred Ukro in There were 216 entries and fifty one prizes were The exhibit was at the Greenfield store and many visitors were The prize awards totaled Garden Pests and Their Sometimes the enemies of the gar den outnumber for a time the Then it is the gardener needs to bring up his light artillery and ma chine guns to help his If the enemies are of the chewing kind like the rose potato beetle or currant use at the rate of 1 pounds of arsenate of lead to 50 gallons of If fungous diseases like or scab or use a fungicide like limesulphur at the rate of 5 quarts to 50 gallons of or Bordeau mixture consisting of three pounds of blue stone or pure hydrated lime dis solved in another 25 gallons of The two are then mixed to make 50 gallons of Or better still a combination of the three ifs hold the enemies in IN ON PORK BARREL Eighteen or Twenty Iowa Towns on the List Ackley Readers of newspapers have ob served the proposal that issues from the nations capital at a few days in which a por tion of our countrys representatives in congress favor the creation of a fund for reconstruc tion included in which is a proposal to distribute government postoffice buildings throughout the entire country eighteen or twenty in proposing to give out north neighbor town of one cost ing Eldora about the and Ackley one for With the government going in the hole five million dollars a day with congress levying additional taxes on practically everything of every day use in the in every days busi in order that the government budget may be and the fi nancial credit of the country it is a proposal that is jusjf a little short of the That is Some of those fcon gressmen do not appear to the brains that nature gives THEYRE ON THE GO I WHOLE SHIP BY RAIL HAPPILY MARRIED Miss Edith McGreevy and William Live at THE RATES GO UP Postal Rate Advances From 2 Cents to on Firstclass On and after July the rate of postage on firStclass mail matter will be 3 an ounce or fraction On post cards 1 Drop letters letters mailed for delivery in town will be 1 cent an ounce or frac tion Drop letters mailed for on rural from the office at which are required to have postage paid on them at the rate of 3 cents an ounce or fraction There is no drop rate mail other than Miss Edith daughter of and and William Hime of were married June at Saint Marys Catholic church of with Reverend OMeara officiat Miss Lucile McGreevy and Har old Scallon attended the bridal The bride wore a white lace dress and The bridesmaid was dressed in pink The groom wore the conventional Ruth sister of the sang two I Love You and Ave The choir sang an other Immediately after the wedding the couple left for Blencoe to return Himes mother to hei home From there they intend ed to leave for a wedding but will return to where Mr Hime is an employee of the Elevator Out of town guests were Wil bur Miss Veda Bear and Gale Leighton of Wa as well as many The bride is a daughter of am Frank McGreevy of this city a young woman of wel reared and and withal sen the friends are pleased to offe hearty conscious that sh willmake home happy for the youni man who has won her as his life Travelers From All Parts o Country on It is noticeable that travelers from all sections of the country are tak ink to the rushing hither and the east coast to Cal ifornia and the great and from Canada to Louisiana and utomobiles nd people from all these ections were seen in Ackley within he Making It a Matter of Railroads are More and the evidence that the public is beginning to appre ciate the fact that the railroads ate being grossly discriminated against by that pay nothing toward the construction of Iowa paved high ways nor towards their It should be borne in mind that the rail roads not only construct their own but pay from to and more in taxes in every one of the ninetynine counties of the The railroads employ thousands of skilled and wellpaid labor and they are en titled to favorable even to the exclusion of truck who and maka autotiaVel OPENING HERE SATURDAY Djptnond Brothers in Ackley One Twentyfive Diamond Brothers themselves in grocers this is the town in this section of the sjKAe in which they are recently bought the Farmfltfs State Bank building and remodeH it to suit their particular store opens for business thiarcoming Saturday iad their announcement on page eight of todays Dia mond brothers attribute their suc cess in in large to liberal newspaper Visited and Jerome at present residents of the city of South were in the city a short time on Tuesday they visited it the home of and Louis They were on their way to visit other relatives in Croak is better remembered as Miss a daughter of and Henry Croak is a son of Ed Croak who for many years was engaged in the 3hoe business in The little town of over in the southwest part of has a public library and within the week new officers were Gus Boeke and Taber taking the place of Deardorf and Etta whose terms had Every thoughtful person ap preciates the value of a cohfmunity where the public school chil dren in particular may obtain books it is appreciated over there books were taken out during the past six months during the year 100 new books were bought money re ceived from fines and the sale of It is maintained by what is styled the Progressive and is practically A public library is one of the public benefits that Ackley needs and should have had long Easy Mark for The Independence Conservative of Thursday noting a common inci contains this Lou who is living opposite the Canning Factory was re cently taken into camp by a group of gypsies who stopped at his Meister claims that was taken from him in some mysterious manner and has notified the local police offi They Still Roll Although the Brady company of was recently denied the right to establish an auto truck service through between Fort Dodge and the several ton track is seen to rumble through Ackley at frequent Maybe the deci sion of the state Railroad Commis sion count for Miss Mabel of is in the coming for a brief visit with friends and to get a glimpse again of the old home Certain it is that her many friends are pleased to be privileged to greet She is a daughter of and Earhart for many years he was the beloved pastor of the Frist Pres byterian The Annual Presbyterian and church picnic was held Tuesday at Island There were games ot various kinds for young and and the large representation enjoyed an exceptionally good Weather was which added to the beauty of the A delicious picnic supper was A New Baby and Ed Boyenga of are the happy parents of a new baby boy dates from Sunday The Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church meets this afternoon at the Hostesses are John and Van Miss Marie Sailer is home summer having come re cently from wheye she was employed as a teacher of home eco and Winter and spent the weekend and the ijof the weeJkAt s Helen Sailer returned recent ly ftpm Des Moines where she has at VvO ttdppji the past several THF GRADUATESFirst left to right WSSV Mildred Mary BUa Hes Going to Little Joseph son of and Ed carrierboy for the Waterloo Evening left Wed nesday morning for to join in with the fifty or more other car rier boys who are going to see the sights of Chicago at the Couriers The boys will be in the big city two days one of the treats wilt be the big league baseball game ia which Babe Ruth if the Babe sends out a homerun over the highboard the carrier boys will never forget Hes Henry Schmitz of who was successful as a candidate for the office of treasurer of Hardin expresses appreciation to the many who favored him with their Schmitz is employed in a bank at Radcliffe in a Norwegian com he is of German ex traction and speaks the various low and wooden shoe and can get along on Herriotts and Adolph Webers classes are holding their month ly picnic at the Yarbrough home this evening BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Algona announces a fourth of July under direction of the Kossuth County Fair The celebration is to take on some of the events in the life of Americas first George It lone of the few celebrations that is bj ing advertised for or in this A wind storm of destructive pro portions swept through a section of Winnebago county buildings on Brass and Steinberg farms were moved off their founda tions and several smaller ones LeRoy McEwan of Iowa daughter of and Clark Whit north of Hubbard died suddenly Saturday JRSthroaj She was taken ijl According to1 village council Lennier haabeen censed to he i MiWred Harry
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