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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - July 7, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME NO official Hardin JULY FOR REPEAL OF II Delegate Vote on Question Re sults 934 to 213 A national convention rocked with emotion put the democratic party overwhelmingly on record shortly af ter midnight Tuesday as favoring prohibition repeal and Volstead mod The vote was 934 for the repeal to 213 in favor of only recommending submission of a repeal Weary from the 7 to 1 the dele gates broke up at 1 to meet again at noon For more than two exciting hours debate had run with a fervor that roused both the delegates and gal leries to demonstrations bordering at times on the From the it was evident that triumph was certain for the mil itant extreme Vote Way Smith One after another state reputed bulwarks of dry sentiment in yeara including some from the Continued on page two ITS A BIG ORDER Uncle Sams Government Places One for 550 Uncle Sam has contracted for 550 automobile trucks to be used by post offices in eighteen American the first of the deliveries to be made by the 15th of this month by the Chevrolet company this represents more than in new business each truck has a carrying capacity of pounds and is equipped with standard bodies used in the mail carrying In the division Boston gets 68 40 21 156 6 20 3 49 Grand 21 21 13 12 12 New 40 18 40 30 Ackley doesnt happen to be in on the it is well that there are others that are big and HOMEMADE CANNON CANT WAIT TO GO OFF ON JULY FOURTH First July Fourth blood was shed Monday when LeRoy cafe owner at was seriously injured in an explosion of a cannon he had He was blasting powder in the cannon with a rod and hammer When the explosion His left thumb was nearly blown and his left hand badly His face is burned badly and both eyes injured by the although it is believed sight will be saved in Annual Good Luck Good Luck club held its annual picnic Sunday at Shroeyers Seventy were pres ent and took in or watched the Baseball game and other sports of the Quarries The Northwestern railroad quar ries at LeGrand with 25 men More than 75 will be put to work before July 1 by the nine miles east of Marshall GREAT NORTHERN ROAD PUTS SHOPMEN QN FULL TIME IN CAR REPAIRS The Great Northern railway of ficials at Paul announced that car repair shops employing men returned to a fulltime basis Tueaday and that on July 5 their forces would be increased by 220 said excellent crop prospects through out the lines with indications heavy tonnage to be were responsible for the increased car shops haye been oper part time eince HARDIN To Meet at July enrollment Darzes Catechism Flower Mission and Miss Fouts Christian Harwood International Relations for Gnade noontide Cruzan picnic Walthall Barnes Evangelistic and Sun day Swallum Exhibits and Danger medal con test R o s engren Press and William son The executive committee will meet during the noon hour to plan the county convention Cuban All This aggregation of firstclass baseball players is to be at next Sunday to play a match game with the Hampton The Cuban All Stars are from and are from famous House of David of that Arthur Reinhart of this city he of the worlds champion Louis Car dinals is to be in the pitchers box for Hamptons ASSIGNED TO PLACE METHODIST PREACHERS FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT Not Many Changes Made At the recent conference of the Methodist church at Mason the following appointments were made in the Waterloo Collister supplied by Tiffany Cedar Glenn Rowley sup plied Charles Collis Clarksville Sabin Shaffer Dunkerton Samuel Knoer sup plied by Alfred Christensen Freder Schmidt Frederika Gable Butler Cyrus Cleveland Heiserman Henke Davis Coover Little Davis La Porte James Marble sup plied by Leslie Paris Mason William Spence Mason William Galbreth Mount supplied by Fisher Nash Lusted New Robert Da vies Nora DeLong William Cros ley Ellis Parkersburg New Pritchard Plain Watson PlymouthRock Joseph Yates L i11 e y Zimmerman Woos ter Mercer McKinley Hillman Shell Smith Bow ers Travis Lilley Water Pauls and Shaffer RAIN DOES DAMAGE TO CROPS IN REGION Iowa State college ex tension estimates that damage has been done to vegetable crops around Garner and Crystal Lake by heavy What can be done to grow a crop this year depends upon how soon the land can be he He sug gested that if planting can be com pleted by July growers put in crops of early cabbage and seed or some other vegetables including and If the water stays on too he oats should be for a Short Miss Martha a resident of Chicago during the past two years or is in the city and is enjoy ing a visit at the home of her moth Vina and with her sisters and other relatives and She will remain in Ackley ten days to two possibly long then return to her work in Chi The congregation will meet at the church next Wednesday eve ning for a social time to welcome and show appreciation for the return of Collister and family to Ackley for the fourth The Tuesday Club will meet at the city park next July for a picnic supper and social Host esses will be Henry Carl Van Ben The Illinois Central is advertising another cheap excursion to Chicago for a week from next Saturday eve THE TWO PARTIES Discuss Platforms and Issues Make and Choose Delegates to State and dicial Conventions Some Spirited Ju New York nominated for the Presidency of the United States by the in national convention at last Friday next Wedding Occurred at Iowa Home An event of interest to people occurred June at Jhariton at four oclock at the Presbyterian Miss Laura May daughter of and Oxenreider of was married to Clar ence son of and John Humke of The Presbyterian pastor at officiated at the and sister of the of witnessed the After the ceremony the happy couple repaired to the home of the brides parents at Lacona where a three course wedding dinner was Immediate relatives were Humke has been one of Ack leys successful teachers during the past three and has made many friends in the She is a graduate of Cedar Humke is well and favorably known to this having been born and reared Both and Humke are active in the Presbyterian Ackley friends join in wishing for them a hap and prosperous wedded Here From Arnold accompa nied by his two young sons from the family home at were in the city a short time Monday A short stay at the home of his Miss Tena and they were off for some point in Canada where the fishings They are intending to take a ten day an annual event with the doctor former Ackley boy who has prospered in his Nebraska home and his Results Base Ackleys White played games of baseball with the Texas Black Sunday and Monday after In the first game the visitors won 13 to 8 Mondays game 6 to Next Sunday the Sox go to Union the follewing Sunday at No game here until the Sunday follow Roy who has been local manager of the Strand dur ing the past several left the first of the week for Des It is understood the family shipped their household effects to that Gressler and Miss Clara Mar tin left Wednesday for Kansas where they will visit relatives of Paul Chris tensen will return to Ackley with and Leonard were at Lake Sunday and over the They enjoyed a visit with THE BEST PRODUCERS Test of Dairy Herds of North Hardin for Hot weather and flies have had their effect on dairy cattle during the past resulting in reduced av Of 373 cows the average was 709 pounds com pared with 835 milk and butter fat the previous Nyces twentyone HolsteSns averaged 936 pounds Mark 21 purVbred 1152 and Glen Kerseboms nine grade Brown with 851 milk and Ralph 15 Hoi average 1039 arid High Grade owned by 1497 pounds South Marked decrease in The 275 dairy cows pounds of and per Janssens herd of Holsteins averaged 851 pounds of milk and butter The state training schools was high with pounds of milk and was high NEW CASES IN HARDIN Three of a Kind Filed During Past Life Tordoff et foreclosure of mort sw and n swVi 1739 Metropolitan Life McMillen et foreclosure of mort neVi ex 58821 and swVi Chicago Joint Stock Land Bank Hobart Follett et fore closure of w sw 1287 Death at Friends in this locality and in the i neighborhood of will be in terested in knowing that John Isebrands died suddenly at her home there on the morning of July She had gone with her husband to milk he left the barn for a short leaving her he found her lying on the floor she was Probably due to heart The Isebranda family were former residents of the Cleves neighborhood a mile south of that They re moved to Osceola county a number of years Isebrands was 45 years of Death Was resident of was found dead in her 1 home early this morning by her hus 1 She had suffered a heart at Her maiden name was Grace Geerdes she was mother of four sister of Ben Ise Miss and Funeral per WHOLE FEATURE OF ANNIVERSARY Republicans and Democrats of the four counties were assembled at the county seats gathered for the purpose of selecting delegates o the state and judicial conventions soon to be held and start in motion their party machinery that leads on and up to the general elections in the Hardin at Franklin at Butler at Allison and rundy at Grundy Hardin republicans expressed themselves as favoring a reduction of tariff an innovation for them in some respects the democrats were content to commend their can platforms and principles and Pill places on the county tickets where vacancies existed these will ie given in full detail in a subsequent There is plenty of enthusiasm in both parties for a lively EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CANDIDATES IN PRIMARY SHOW NO GREAT SUMS incumbent con gressman from the Third spent on the campaign which won for him the Republican renom his expense affidavit filed Monday with the secretary of state nomi nated for state representative from Story county on the Republican tick spent Wa nominated on the Republican ticket for state representative from Black Hawk spent Fred nominated by the Democratic party for the Fourth district congressional spent and Edward OCon Iowa Democratic nominee for attorney listed his ex penditures at BEN FOLKERS DEATH Unexpected Followed an Op eration Born and Reared in Ben of whom brief men tion was made in last Thursdays WorldJournal as having been taken to an Iowa Falls hospital last Wed nesday to undergo an died there the day although for a time it was thought that the relief sought for would be It de that in addition to he had a more serious Ben Folkers was born in March and his residence had been continuous through the In he was united in marriage to a daughter of and Van also res idents of this Twelve children were born to two died in infancy surviving are Calvin and Her bert and three Helen Ralph Frerichs his of this M i n Tena January he was united in marriage to Ellen of who also survives For many years he had been em ployed in Ackley meat but for the past fifteen years had been a faithful employe of the Townsend Merrill compapv in their lumber yards Funeral services were held at the home and at the Methodist Sunday His remains were interred in Oakwood Nothing at the A slip on the boxoffice window at the Strand theatre Last Friday conveyed the information to disappointed Ackleyites who had in tended seeing the that there will be none until further There is no intimation as to how much further it will The movie theatres closing is keen disappoint ment to the many patrons of the Theyre Back Two A c k ley Lawrence Withers and a son of and George have returned from a months trip through the west and They roughed it through to the Pacific coast and on up through Washington and They gained some good experience and return feeling theres no place like Styles of the Long Ago to Be Seen at Masonic One of the aside from the Masonic doings at the seventyfifth anniversary of Masonry in Hardin at on the 15th is the Pageant reception for George and Martha who are to be attended by men and women dressed in colonial day both men and This should prove one of the unique and happy features of what is expected to be the largest gathering of the Masonic fraternity held in the county at any Included in the several Masonic lodges of Hardin county are fully six hundred and every lodge in the county will be and Short was Miss Sadie Faust and for the past several years residents of Mil were in the city the first of the coming princi pally on a business Trojanauski ig better remembered Miss a daughter of and but among the earlyday residents of As a young woman Miss Faust went to to study music while there she was married to a Lutheran minister they have since come to America and for several years have lived in Mil where he has held a pastor They have two sons and a Friends were pleased to greet Trojanauski found his name uncomfortably long and he proceeded to Americanize it by cutting off the which leaves it Trojanauski as the only daughter a twin sister died while a little girl here owns a 240acre farm near Geneva and one of the same size near and they came to look to their ACKLEY GARDEN CLUB Program for Thursday July The Ackley Community Garden Club will meet Thursday evening July 14th at 7 at Postmas The program fol lows Roll favorite Pro gram at Raths Flower Heyk My Garden and Har ry Iowa Question boxv Report of judges on flower Any member having a flower box to be entered in this exhibit pleaae notify Cora Gresslin not later than Monday July Its a Good Crop The season is pretty near normal prospects are good for crops and growing things in general at this particular season farmers are busy in the hay and hay is abund One of our south of town farm ers who was in Tuesday reports that he has taken thirtyfive loads of clover hay off the acres that he has it runs about three tons to the and the price pf timothy hay at the present time is about a The acre yield and the price is gratifying to the who came to Ackley from Holland twentyone years a friend and countryman of the late Henry VanGiffen and Simon Brewn was in the city He found quite a number of friends mut acquaintances although he had not been in Ackley in twenty He noted Ackleys many substantial bet terments and marveled at the prog ress the community made in that During the later years he has been located at in Wright Sauter was taken to Webster City Wednesday night that she might receive medical She underwent a major operation at the hospital at Webster City this Thursday The Helping Hand Society of Stt Johns church have a splendid day for their annual picnic It occurs at the city The will be entertained Tuesday at the home of Herman Good attendance de   

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