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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - July 21, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin JULY INCREASING PRICES ARE SIGN Recent Market Advance Means to Beeins with Farmer Indus Labor Share in Improved The sustained rise in the prices of farm products during the past few weeks has greatly encouraged the ob servers of business trends and is bringing a rising note of cheer into the agricultural press of the Reports this week to the depart ment of agriculture on general farm conditions note an upward price ewing during the first half of with live stock leading the This after firmness in has been accomplished by optimistic mes sages pouring into the department from widely separated parts of the At the same time cable grams are coming to the department of commerce from representatives abroad telling of short farm crops in the old Editors and writers of the farm papers who are expressing them selves cheerfully and hopefully do not emphasize definite signs of improve They just feel and that feeling in government officials is worth a great While not willing to be quoted di lest they be accused of undue officials at the department of as well as private au thorities on farm give it as their opinion that the hopeful tone is At the department it was said that probably more than has been added to the of the farmer by the increased Hog prices during April were at the lowest level since a hundredweight as compared with a year Top sales in the past week reached During the month of the live stock market the strongest feature of all ag ricultural markets in the The will the prices be member of the farmboard representing the live stock believes they DIED AT SANTA Will Who Left Ackley Twen tyfive Years Relatives in Ackley received word Saturday of the death of Will of Santa The due to heart occurred Friday Keller is well remem bered to Ackley having been born and reared and friends re gret his When he left Ack ley twentyfive years he was employed at Sioux City for some having had experience at clerk ship in the Snodgress clothing store at He later moved to Rapid at which time he was united in marriage to Miss Addie Parren of After residing a few years at they went to During the past few years he has been em Ployed by the HeraldExaminer at Santa Funeral services and burial took place there Monday He was fiftyone years of He is survived by his widow and three ElizabethKel and Anna Martin of and Stcckdale of Can Dig Up the fne Conservation Department has found something the depression has been able to Its the out of Last years New York state receipts from hunting and appmg licenses totaled WHOLE Briefs of tbc flDorntno Mailed fist of President Hinden burg of Germany felt again a dicta tor rules state of National program gets support of Iowa republicans in con vention at Des Add farm Eleven policemen and detectives held to jury for third degree death of youth at New National relief bill will be signed by President Hoover when everyone is Wants to finish reorganiza tion of rural farm credits Scorching heat all over country temperatures up to 100 and higher several deaths Governor of Florida says men in his prison camps are lot better off than some of our Senator of Ne says hell take stump for ousted auditor of says he will run for governorship as an Great river treaty signed by and Lawrence will open middle west to Must publish loan demo cratic leaders declare failure to do so may mean loss of MASONS AT PICNIC Several Hundred Members From Har din Join o figures are obtainable for theyre easily of the and in Minnesota where ev and everybodys neighbor goes in tan thousand lakes flgure i Q We Still Have Our Appetites D GOING FORWARD WITH THE WORK OF SECURING SIGNERS TO BANK WAIVERS TENDAY BUSINESS HOLIDAY IS EXTENDED PROCLAMATION OF MAYOR BY SecuringSignatures of Eight Hundred Persons Scattered in Town and Country is Quite a Closing Up on the GRUNDY CUTS EXPENSE feather Outlook for the the upper Mississippi and low r Missouri valleys and the northern great Plains Not much likely until middle or n local sowers and thun mj may especially in Temper Costly near der engaged in pitching hay Boy k near Shell wag the bftck with thetfcespf Those from Ackley in attendance at the Masonic celebration and picnic in commemoration of the founding of the first Masonic order in Hardin seventyfive years which was held at the city park Friday aft ernoon and evening at Eldora are Miss Luella Worthy Matron and KachelhofFer and and Collister and Miss Margaret and Heykens and and and Fitch and and Nelson of Ames and Wood of Des visitors at the Nelson were also in attend Late afternoon hours were spent in social diversion among rep resentatives from the various organ izations of the All present were requested to A cal program was carried after which a picnic supper was j The outstanding speaker of the occa sion was Ganaway of Grinnell and Past Grand Master of the who gave the evening ad Hardin and Franklin Local home economics social service farm bu reau home project leaders and 4H club leaders are invited to have a representative at one of the food demonstrations who can and will pass lateat information on to others of their group as well as encourage sav ing all food Demonstrations will be held Wed nesday July 27 at the high school building at Hampton Thursday at Community club Iowa Falls at high school building at Choose the one most convenient and see that your greup is repre BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Interest and son Robert of Warner of Vernon and Warner of Ce dar have gone on a trip to Ros New Mead has been elected secretary of the Parkersburg school board she has been a member of the board many Parkersburg people are drinking out of a new That indicates consideration at any Austinville business men are pro viding free street moving pictures there every Saturday whose death occurred at was buried there John following a recent fire at will reopen his general Luke Parrott is the new of Shell Rock lodge of Odd Pajst Noble Grands of Butler tyvet Tuesday BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WIELD THE KNIFE EFFECTIVELY They Also Take Cut of Twenty Per Cent in It is not entirely a matter of words over in Grundy county the people there have agitated and argued for a reduction in the public expense ac count as it applies to the conduct of the publics business at the court house public meetings have been held and one of the common subjects of conversation over the county line has been cut the taxes and reduce operating During the year the sum of was expended the total for the coming year will be a reduction of That should lighten the load In addition the several members the board of supervisors take reduc tions of twenty per cent road patrol men are given cuts of fifty per cent and common day laborers will work for 20 cents an they WINS NOMINATION South Dakota Newspaper Friends at home here will be inter ested in knowing that Wood editor and publisher of the Red won the repub lican nomination for state senator from the Thirtieth Spink county at the recent primary elec This is the constituency at one time served in the same capacity by the present United States Senator HE tendays business holiday which became effective on Saturday July by proclamation of Mayor on consultation with representatives of all lines of business in was extended again Tuesday morning by another proclamation on the part of the and to as it reads for an indefinite length of In the meantime soliciting committees are actively employed during the greater portion of each day and j sister of into the in securing the signatures of persons known to have money on deposit on either the First National or Bath State Exchange bank in As far as the work has progressed there is a feeling of sat because the signing of waivers on the part of deposi tors is assurance that further mands and withdrawals of cash will cease and with it a restoration to nor mal it is the only thing that can be wavers to mon ey on deposit for a given length of It must be understood in the beginning that both Ackley banks are sound and always have been that there has never been a time when even by suggestion or intimation they were but banks like individuals are limited a certain per icent of every banks money is in but by far the greater part of it is loaned to people of the commu to business men and women in every line of busi ness endeavor and and it is loaned for certain periods of For people of a community to make concerted demand for invested money or money that is kept has wrecked the strongest and and it is to make every depositor and business business interests the and the banks waiver has been accepted as the one successful meth od of controlling the Ackley Banks Always It should be understood that neith er the First National nor the Rath State Exchange willingly entered into the movement that was taken up at Iowa hesitatingly by Eldora banks and business and then by the banks in the several smaller towns in the county tho heads of the two Ackley banks joined in only when earnest solicitation was made of It is understood that the signatures of more than eight hundred persons must be obtained to printed forms by which it is agreed to leave present time deposits for three draw ing threes per cent payable that five per cent of a checking account will or may be with drawn within a given up to the time that the signature was giv This is the method that is being pursued throughout the Signing Up At the present time somewhere between six and seven hundred of the eight hundred signatures required have been There is no rea son to hesitate or withhold a signa is best for and if it so happens that you have not given your approval of the and your sig do It 13 probably that within a few days Acklay and all other Hardty BANKS IN FRANKLIN BACK TflJUSINESS Barriers Lifted in All Seven Towns in County Last Happiness EpRANKLIN county people evi denced their approval of the bankwaiver plan of protectingthe dozen or more banks in the when announcement was made that the necessary per centage of bank depositors had been It was a happy day for hap py day for depositors happy day for men employed in the banks happy day for every line of For almost s week prior to announcement that the required per centage of de positors in the Hampton banks had been secured the smaller banks out side of the Franklin county seat had announced the goal had been but they waited so that the good news might be proclaimed from all at the same This was done Sat urday with its with more than a million and a quarter had won the point sought soliciting committees were bankers and everybody else happy happy in their certain se THEYVE ABUNDANT CROPS People From Here Now at Hollan Otis Nicklas returned a few ago from Minnesota he had been there the greater part of the spring and getting crops on his 30acre patch in that truckraising section planted and cared While there hfr took a little run up to the city of and to other points in that section of Everywhere there are signs of good and bountiful and if there are those in this country that go hun it is not because not enough has been planted or Great fields of wheat stretches of barley and big cabbage and potato melons and every HARVESTING BEGINS Farmers Begin Cutting Crop Harvest has begun some of the oats was cut the last of the the earlier oats some remains un touched but is ready for Oats is expected to be lightweight varying as to some elegant others not so Present elevator prices range from 14 to 15 lowest in forty THESCHOOTCENSUS I Just a Few More Girls Than Boys Total is The number of children of school age in the independent school dis trict of as ascertained recent ly by Bakker who made a canvass of homes within the dis Peter Woodland will trlct is 881 and of this nunlber 2Q3 be remembered in Ackley as the busare girls and m are boySi Certaia band of the former Miss Mollie appropriations by the state are based on the number of school There have been times when the school census was considerably larger Boys Glee Club of Dubuque Univer about thirtv when fam TO GIVE CONCERT at The Boys Glee Club Dubuque University is out on a giving ilies were larger than they are at In those days the family representation at public school rang concerts in denominational churches i ed from four to eiSht and ten in German They are to more recent vears t has dwindled to be at the East Friesland eight miles southeast of next Tuesday the They come well recommended as entertain They are to give a concert in the church at Grundy Center on evening of the and at the church twe miles west of Wellsburg pastor on the evening of the A DAY AT THE LAKE Crescent Club Members Prepare to Take Day The Crescent Club is anticipating a pleasant week end at Pine They have arranged to oc cupy the Nazette cottage during their and Sun Those who have office and busi ness duties will return to Ackley Sat urday morning and go back to Eldora in the Those who will par ticipate in the fun are Misses ence Esther Ethel Hannah Henrietta and Helen Mildred Marian Van Ann Cecelia Anna Dorothy and Ryk Har ry Henry and county towns will be enjoying Busi neps as and eveisy man wom an und child in the community wil Ve glad of A picnic honoring the Misses Eve Irene and Catherine Tool was an event of Tuesday late afternoon and Island Grove was the scene of the Those who shared the courtesy were Misses Helen and Jean Miss Naomi Miss Josephine Misses Eve lyn and Dorothy Miss Cecil Miss Dorothy and Miss Lena Mae The marriage of Miss Mary Kiley of and Wilr son of Frank Halloran of this occurred at Fri day Father pastor of Marys performed the one to three and number of homes in Ackley without repre sentation at by THEYRE A NUISANCE Big Automobile Trucks Menace er Which ever way you want to look at the conclusion must be reached that the big freightcarrying auto mobile trucks that crowd their way through Main street in with are as big a nuisance as the law can possibly They are a danger to lighter private pas senger travel the observation is that they invariably take up the larger portion of the highway and force lighter cars the paved The paved highways were never con structed with the intention of accom modating such transportation freight carrying concerns should provide their own tracks and roads and also pay for their The public ia carrying more than reason PARKERSBURG TO HOLD FESTIVAL JULY 27 AND 28 Visited Friends May Belle Greer Wilson of Los who has been visiting in Iowa since the death of her will leave Sunday for New She will continue her trip by visiting in returning home to Lou Angeles via New Misses Esther and Hilda Stauf facher returned recently from a two weeks trip in the They spent part of their time visiting relatives at Miss Esther has resumed her work at Friday nights kitten ball games are Ackley and New Hartford Ack ley Junior team and Austinville Jun ior team Ackley High team and Steamboat Every day will be Sunday byeand So runs the Present con ditions are almost a realization of the song that is taken as a Miss Helen Weasels is entertaining tKe Helping Han4 society at her home this evening Say with printers Through arrangements with amusement the business and professional men of Parkersburaf will hold a twoday festival July 27 and and two days of real amuse ment will be furnished guests on these There will be street band kitten ball games and several other amuse besides a number of street Postmasters Get Salary Postmasters throughout the try are facing a salary cut of per cent as provided in the new economy Clerks in post offices will be treated the same as the postmasters with respect to the per cent will be accomplished by requir ing the clerks as well as the post master to take their regular 30 days annual leave without While putting away hay in a on his farm near Marble Jo seph pulling on the rope of hayfork fell backwards when the rppe His neck was broken and death was He was born in Germany survived by a son and four The per   

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