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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - June 23, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin JUKE WHOLE FIELD TELLS WHERE HE STAUSi A DRY1 Reiterating his stand on prohibi Henry republican nomi nee for United States issued a statement in which he declared that the prohibition plank adopted by the republican national convention plainly points out that the issue of prohibition is not a party question or a question of party His complete statement follows I have had numerous requests for a further statement as to my stand on prohibition and while it hardly seems necessary in view of my well known past record and previous pub lic statements I have issued the fol lowing statement I have worked all my life for I as you all personally The republican party platform plainly points out that the issue of prohibition is not a party question or a test of party There have always been both wets and drys in both We dry re publicans have always worked within the party for the cause of temper We can work most effectively within the party now for the good of this I have seen the evils of prepro hibition Consequently I will not vote to repeal the eighteenth amend To page two INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GRADUATES CLAS3 Ninetyseven are Included in the List In the State Industrial lo cated at the years graduat ing class numbers The school includes in its total more than four and the boys range in years from four to twenty the time and some of the boys have been there the greater part of their receiving training under capable The boys are taught various trades as well as farm work the idea is to fit them for Graduating exercises are to be held Friday commencing at 2 WorldJournal acknowl edges an invitation to be The school has a band that is a pride to the state numbering forty or more The pro gram is about the same as the aver age public high The boys have as their class motto the violin of we play the cords of Their colors are royal purple and gold their the The public is invited to GOES TO ILLINOIS Pastor of Pres byterian Churcii at pastor of the Presbyterian chuch Albion in Marshall has accepted a call to the pastorate of the church at North near Il a country church in the com munity center known as Indian The church has a membership of 150 and on May 20th celebrated its one hundredth The post office is at which is about four miles from the old home of Abraham and about twen ty miles from the state Driving along highway just out of Saturday Charles a was thrown from his wagon and two of his horses Billed when an automobile driven by a rammed into Scott had no rear light on his wagon j the motorist was held blameless be cause Scott had not complied with the state His leg was The marriage of Miss Pearl Carl son and Harold son of Harry of was performed at the home of the bridtes and Carlson Sunday June by pastor of the Methedist During the month of May the state highway commission spent through the state auditors Motor license fees amounted to 474 for the same month balance on hand amounts to German Wfrsbips gp to Danzig rear trouble with along the Committee of Chicagoans have gone to to ask federal government for a loan of 000 and for unemploy ment Pledge citys Democrats meeting in Re peal of liquor laws wins many ardent advocates and men of All seem in a frenzy to get on the par tys wet Some interesting scraps assured at democratic national exGovernor Smith of New says he wants Baker of Ohio begins to loom on the horizon Mc AdooSmith against Car loadings increase dur ing week big orders are placed by industrial President Hoover demands cut of onethird in armaments at meeting of worldpowers at Switzer land French Italy accepts and England expected to fall Grain leaders country over tele graph demand to President Hoover to cut off appropriations for farm Ritchie of Bird of Virginia and Baker of begin to loom up big as possible pres idential Has Risks That Total Fire Loss The Average Cost of Carrying Insurance Daring Past Year Was At the recent annual meeting of the Hardin and Franklin county Farmers Mutual insurance Iowa the following named men were chosen to place on the board of directors Stotser of Iowa Alfred Langeson of Peglow of and Repp of Iowa Kauffman was elected to the auditing The directors chose the following officers for the coming year Presi Wiemer of Radcliffe vice Cox of Alden secre Fayette Holmes of Iowa Falls and Stotser of Iowa These men were all incum The risks in force climbed to still a greater amount during the At the beginning they stood at which shows the large amount of business the association is At the close of the year the rifeks amounted to which represents a gain of Risks written during the year totaled those cancelled amounted to and those expired to amount received from assess ents during the past year amount id to from agents fee The losses for the year to other expenses punted to and the balance bank June 1 was The average cost of insurance dur the past year was per while the cost for the past five rs has totaled The average t during the five year period has n per BRIEFLY TOLD Neighbor and Community Notes of General Interest Parker of has gone to Eldora to take the management of Dilmond Brothers grocery Carlson who has had the man ient of the store at transfers to Parker hask wife and two The population of New Providence increased by two during the past son to and a son to and Luther Wil Two Iowa Charles Chan 27 of and Edward of Sioux were killed in a train wreck near Donald of Jefferson is the new head Qf the chiropractors of just elected at the state con vention at Cedar Ackley Pythian Sisters go to next Monday for a bit of social interchange with the Hampton Four hundred persons attended the Bible school and farm bureau at New Indiana newspaper editors seek legislation to safeguard freedom v FRANKLIN BOARD Road Construction Plans for 1932 CUTS 55 MILES GRADING Effects Each Township in the County Accord With the Public The grading of fiftyfive miles of or township roads which was included in the 1932 road building program of the will not be done this according to a deci sion of the board of supervisors made at a recent A call for bids on a part of the which had al ready been was cancelled and bidders were advised that none of the work would be done this as a result of the boards The action of the board in curtail ing the road program was taken after a careful study of conditions and a canvass of the opinion of the people of the Members of the board found a strong general public senti ment in favor of reducing the amount of road and in addition it was found that the slow payment of local taxes and a slight decrease in the amount of gasoline taxes would make it hard to make prompt pay ments for the Will Not Issue The construction work which has jeen cut out would have necessitated the issuance of county anticipatoiy certificates in the sum of and the board did not consider such an issue advisable at this The expense of grading and bridge ing the fiftyfive miles was estimat ed at and this amount will tie saved for the county this Every Township Every township in Franklin county will be affected by the omission of the township road construction work from the 1932 program and some roads in every township in the coun ty were included in the fiftyfive miles scheduled for grading this JOHN KLINE Died at Gladbrook Father of This John Kline died at the family home at Tama Satur day after a lingering at the age of 80 years and eleven He had been a resident of Tama county seventy Kline was born at West Sa June 1851 at the age of 4 he accompanied his parents on journey across country over the prairies to Johnson near Iowa As a child he saw Iowa soldiers bound for the scenes of the Civil war drilling and training on the capital grounds in Iowas first Iowa In 1884 he was united in marriage to Miss Kate Brown they located on a At the time of his death he was an extensive He is survived by his wife Ida Mathews of this city three Will and Roy of three brothers and four Funeral services were held Monday RAILROAD PEOPLE PLAN TO GET BUSINESS BACK Organization of a Railroad Busi ness Protective Association at Wa is Approximately seventyfive employes of the several railroads there attended the initial meeting and adopted as their motto When We You The purpose is te further the est of the railroads and railway em to make every effort to main tain a high place for the railroads in the business of transportation and to retrieve for the railroads traffic that has been taken away from Away The Iowa river down by Hardin beyond Abbott and Robertsonr has been away up since the heavy rainfall of the past week and At Marshalltown the Iowa rose to a depth of eleven one and a half inches over Completing a Years The Aid will meet at the church Thursday serving a pic nic It will be an experience The ladies have met their full quota on the budget ths Clos ingyear June Value of Newspaper Advertising Stressed June Newspaper advertising is the quickest and surest Way to get your product before the public Byron one of the nations youngest auto executives told his dealers here at a division Price Goes The local market price of hogs ad vanced 65 cents per hundredweight from the price quotation a week This is the top It helps con and the hope is expressed that the price will continue going THE GARDEN CLUB Had an Interesting Program and Good The Garden Club met Friday eve ning at the high school instead of at John Hunts residence as had been because of unfa vorable Roll call was responded to by naming a fragrant A busi ness meeting was held at which the and Hunt recently named their The House by the Side of the The poem by Sam Wal ter The House by the Side of the Road was read by Miss Mar garet Purcell of Iowa Falls gave a very interesting and in structive talk on He spoke par ticularly about lilies with which he has had having raised them on his These varieties ire cro umbel testaceum and He suggested types of soil best suited to the propagation of methods of and ideal places for raising The following varieties with the month during which each blooms were named by Purcell Imperial lily June martagon JuneJuly Ca testa ceum JulyAugust aura sargentiae white yel low superbum September tiger Octo ber F o r m o sanum Brownii yellow to outside The following named varieties are native to the countries named Japan Hansoni Regal and testaceum dauricum Martagon su The Apollo Club was scheduled to sing but the weather prevented the attendance of the A quar tet composed of Gay Si mon and Otto Junkerman sang several Van Dam of Eldora who was to have spoken concerning Garden Roses was unable to be present be cause of the severe The exhibit of the evening was the There were five beautiful bou The vote resulted in a Hunts bouquet and that of her son both receiving the same number of A second vote indicated the majority in favor of a large bouquet of double white brought by Merle The the trophy for the best bouquet exhibited each therefore was won by Merle John Johnson of North was in the city a day or two the past the Mar schall He is a judge of pro bate court at a position formerly held by also a former resident of this William Marschall accompanied Johnson to for a brief visit at the Johnson John son his better remembered as Miss Nature in a Charles Ploog captures early gardening honors in the vicinity of On June 11 the PJoog fam ily dined on new peas and all from their own The potatoes were as large as duck i The Sunday school enjoyed their annual picnic Monday in Blakes There was a good attendance the inclement i and Barclay are in the visitors at the home of Barclays and Sox at Ackleys White are to play baseball at next Sunday afternpon TREMENDOUS RAINS Over at Webster City Four and a Half Inches Water Fell in Two So this season there has been more than the average par ticularly so during the months of May and so far in One of the heaviest downpours of the season fell Friday and it was general throughout central North of be tween that city and one of the bridges was washed away over at Webster City four and a half inch es of water fell in two The Des Moines and other rivers are running full and some are away over their Some corn fields have been inun but the extent of damage is not The earth is well soaked water stands in ponds and along the like it in several ON PROGRAM Two From Ackley Take Part at Hos pital at Knoxville Each month some district Ameri can Legion Auxiliary sponsors a birthday party at the World War Veterans Hospital at for those men whose birthdays occur dur ing the given This month it will be the pleasure of Auxiliaries of the third district to sponsor the June Ackley Aux iliary members who will take part on the program are Brandt who will sing a number of and Lowell Schwinger who will play several selections on the marimba Others who will participate are the Boys Glee Club of Dysart High School who will sing and sev eral little girls of Waterloo who will toe Carl Folkers and Lulu Keough of the Ackley Aux iliary will also be in GONE TO OKLAHOMA OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Miss Elsie Social Worker and Overseer of the Resolutions passed by the board of directors of the Hardin county social service at their meeting at the court house at Thursday afternoon express regret because Miss Elsie Parker who has been dil recting the work has accepted a federal position in The board expresses theh hope that the county supervisors will employ some person equally capable to carry on the work which has been done during the past seven CUCUMBER GROWERS WILL GET PER HUNDRED AT OELWEIN The pickling plant at Oelwein has agreed to pay 67 growers of cucum bers a hundredweight for sec ond grade and 35 cente for third First grade cucumbers brought a hundredweight last Farmers under contract represent several including Oel Stan ley and Here for a Brief and Williams of Clinton Williams is pastor of the Meth odist church at Lyons were in the city for a brief stay Ac companied by their Miss Mar they continued on to Mason City to attend the Methodist confer Williams was pastor of the local church a year or more three years I To Dubuque and Up The Illinois Central railroad is ad vertising an excursion to Dubuque for next including Ackley and towns along the line from as far as Dodge on the Leaving Ackley at in the the roundtrip rate is which in cludes a trip up the Mississippi river to Leaving Du buque at in the II I TQ The Sisters who have bjeen in charge of Sacred Heart school in this during the past school left the last of the week for where they will remain during the summer Rule and after a pleasant visit with the home left early Monday morning for South Say it with printers Complete Record of Hardin Countys Business in Todays The publics it cornea up for consideration and disposition on the part of Hardin county complete proceedings of the board of supervisors are published in todays World Journal and every line is worth your time to Matters of public concern are always ev ery taxpayer and that takes in find keen interest in these official In addition the local events of the you do not get it all that is fit to print unless get the the advertisements of our business con everybody is interested in price quotations and what merchan dise is selling There is Washing ton and state news editorial and miscellaney and country correspond ence as Actually a a year investment in your old home is about the greatest value you can get for your Read it and judge for your MUNICIPAL BANDS SPLENDID CONCERTS Crowds of Visitors Evidence Appre Wednesday Ackleys Municipal still un der direction of and practically the same individual mem bers in the organization as informer summer is rendering good programs every Wednesday and the evidence is that they are ap The band is playing a good class of On the three evenings that the concerts have been many visitors from the neighboring towns and others from twenty miles dis were Last evenings con cert was one of the best of the sea In addition to the and more that is raised through the municipal band merchants and concerns along Main street have con tributed quite generally to a music fund the contributions range from a dollar on up to and The midweek concerts provide entertain ment for old and MISS MARJORIE BRITTELL TO BE MARRIED NEXT TUESDAY Brittell Sunday made an nouncement to the Presbyterian con gregation of the approaching mar riage of his Miss to Lehr June at 11 oclock at the First Presby terian Fisher of Grundy a friend of both families will Brittell extended invitation to his congregation to at tend the A reception immedi ately following the ceremony will be at the Manse in honor of the bride and groom and for the immediate rel atives of Newhouse is a resident of Rockwell He has been in attendance at Coe col Cedar during the past four and was one of the mem bers of the graduating class there at the June commencement RAINS IN BUTLER STOP CORN PLOWING Excessive rain in the vicinity of has retarded corn cultivation Many farmers have not finished their fields for the first The alfalfa hay crop appears but farmers have been experiencing trouble in putting it up because of so much Lightning Kills A Holstein heifer belonging to Wiard Folkers and ft steer belonging to Caroline Folkers which in a shed on the Folkers place near were killed by The side of the building was slightly dam Templars at Spirit The grand Knights Templars of will gather at Templar park on Spirit June for the 69th annual conclave proper will begin June and continue through the The formal of the Alden bathing beach Sunday afternoon was attended by a reicprd A piart of the entertaininent of the WRa furnished by an expertjy handled   

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