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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - August 11, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                otmml VOLUME Official Hardin AUGUST WHOLE OPEN CHALLENGE TUN WAIVER PLAN Treat Worry Lifted From Depositors Bank Deposits Show Increase of fVneral Tone of Business and Confi dence of Public Has Greatly Im nroved Since All Banks of Frank lin County Stopped July Franklin county where every one of the ten banks recently declared a business holiday in order to stop withdrawals Of deposits through the adoption of the waiver plan the confidence of the depositors and the general tone of business throughout the county has improved greatly since the reopen ing of the Franklin county ranks at the top of the list inthe small number of bank closings it has had and the reason undoubtedly is the support given to the waiver Through this system a grspt worry lias been lifted from the shoulders of the depositors and they are now de clared to be devoting their time and energies to constructive work and thinking instead of wondering other depositors were going to do with the money they had in the Business Much The general feeling and the gener eral tone of business and the confi dence of the people as a whole has greatly improved since the deposi tors agreement plan was The people of Franklin county have maintained a remarkable in their which has been entirely but when outside influences over which there could be no local control started silent runs on the banks of the the depositors were practically 100 per cent in favor of the immediate adoption of the waiver Although there were ten banks in the county which took advantage of the legal holiday within a time all of these institutions were reopened and they are now de dared to be going In less than a week after the reopening the deposits in the Franklin county banks Increased by and they are still General Feeling is The people of the county are feel ing good over the They realize that the action taken in con tert by the countys banks was an emergency measure for the protec tion of the depositors and borrowers as and for the general good of the entire financial structure of the They also realize that the banks dp not intend to tie up any funds in such a manner as to impair legitimate and because of this it is asserted that business throughout the county is more nearly on a normal basis to Jacks Outlaws Diamond Ball hereby challenge the pres ent Ackley Diamond Ball club to a seveninning to be played on the Ackley field on any near Neutral umpires to If this challenge is not accept ed the Outlaws will consider themselves the better Jacks Spike Penetrates Wiakham of Dumont was called to the bedside of her moth Frank Campbell at Janes who was seriously hurt Satur day when she fell in the strik ing her head on a The head of the nail penetrated her skull three fourths of an Heavy Yesterday and the day and several days the past week There has been plenty of sunshine BOUNTIES ADD TO Wild Animals Contribute to Rural FRANKLIN FAIR BIG LISTENTBIES IS EXPECTED TO EXCEED ANY PREVIOUS RECORD Committees and List of Department Shine at a Public TOTAL OF PAID DURING YEAR Gophers by Far Larger Source of Income to Farm Men and Wolves Rank County Pays as Bounty on Rattle Des animal bounties contributed about to the incomes of Iowa fanners last Reports received by the state audi tors officq today showed a total of was paid out in wild ani mal bounties in ninetyfoui of the ninetynine counties during the This was an increase of more than over the previous Gophers killed returned at a bounty of 10 cents a paying each and for returned in and other animals killed cost the counties a total of In 1930 the county treasurers paid out a total of for for and for miscellaneous The total 1930 bounty was Optional Included in the miscellaneous group are the optional bounties which may be authorized by the county boards of These include 10 cents each each Prize winners in nearly every de partment of the 1932 Franklin Coun ty Fair will face the strongest com petition this year of any year in the fairs if the number and quality of advance entries may be used as a The final entry day is August and the big program will be presented in the afternoons and evenings of Wednesady and August 24th and In spite of the fact that premiums in all departments have been reduced from fifteen to twentyfive per in keeping with the fair boards gram of economy in dll the advance entries will outnumber those of previous according to Secretary List The list of superintendents of the various departments is appended Horses Clay superintendents Beef Howard superintendent Dairy Lewis superintendents Floyd Gib Swine and superintendents judge of Franklin County Pig Verald superintend Franklin County Baby Beef Earl Charles su Franklin County Dairy Calf Willis BRIGHT SPOTS IN BUSINESS Industrial Rayon corporation resumes operations at its Cleve land and recalling Barnsdall corporation reports second quarter net profit of against net loss of 156 in like 1931 Republic Steel corporation will resume operations at five steel mills on August Illinois Water Service com pany reports gross income for year ended June of against in preceding fiscal Carnegie Steel company re sumes operations at its Youngs department of commerce reports June shoe production of against 048 pairs in West Virginia Water Service company reports gross income of for year ended June against in previous 12 Consolidated Textile corpora tion reopens its recalling 400 Curtiss Wright corporation re ports first half profit of against loss of in like half of last JOHNuQliiLYHAS A HAPPY RE Louis super Henry Township Farm Bureau superintendent Joe Robinson and one of the lady day than at any time in past Fred who has been con nected with the First National bank as an assistant cashier for close to twenty because of that institutions been obliged to wake himself useful He has himself the real estate and insurance business and affiliated There is a good field ere and an particularly in getting buyers and sellers togeth er and Eggert with the experi ence that he has had in this line of in should find not a field but a local demand for is for each 25 cents for and 50 cents for Chickasaw county alone paid out in bounties on its report It for gophers killed and for County Amounts paid by various counties in 1931 included Black Hawk superintendents Joe Girls 4H C George Fron To page eight DEMOCRATIC WOMEN Theyll Meet in Ackley Friday Dick of Iowa Falls who was in the city the last of the has prevailed upon a number of well known women of the democratic faith to get on Friday evening this at the home of Frank Kachelhoffer an organization meeting will be and every woman who has voted or Here From and Jerry Johnson of have been in Ackley Paat several visitors at the e of and George and with other relatives in the com also renewing acquaintance With the old Johnson has been pastor of the Winnebage fiesbyterian church at Louis dur ing the past twentyseven This js his boyhood He attended the r ra a n Presbyterian theological seminary now Dubuque University at Ubbe Johnson Was One of Ackleys Business 134 statement has f been truthfully made that Tall oaks from little acorns and the average tree has many branch These expres sions are equally applicable to the human as illustrated by this family gathered in reunion at Wednesday last in however the family had its beginning in years Ubbe Johnson and wife John son died a few years ago at South where he was an ear ly resident as well as he had been of this community were among the ear liest of the early comers and resi dents of In the eighties he conducted a general store in located as he was m a little frame building that occupied the space on which the Thielke building is on which the substantial brick block was built that is now occupied by Marschalls clothing On the elder Johnsons retirement from business here and removal to South the business was taken over by his John who conducted it many years and who for the past sev eral years has been located and in the same line of business at Kana The Johnson store had an immense especially from south of in north Grundy IOWA WORKING TO GET TEN MILLION Turner Learns Proper Procedure to Get Des Arrange ments went forward taday for seek ing a Reconstruction Fiaance corpor ation loan of as much as for the relief of Iowas Governor Turner was told by Row land Haynes of field representative of the unemployment division of the of the ne cessary procedure for seeking the federal The governor also continued con sideration ofnames for appointment to the committee of five which will work with the present state unem ployment relief committee in seeking the loan and in handling the funds if they are Haynes said Fred as sistant to the director of the Recon struction Finance had advised him that Iowa was asking and had instructed him to confer with the Iowa He was unwilling to comment on Iowas chances of obtaining the re lief explaining that his confer ence was of a preliminary nature and that later he expected to receive de tailed information on the Iowa situa BARGAIN DAY Other Towns are Still Adver tising Bargain Day Havent forgotten have you Merchants in several of the near by towns have by a long ways Cedar Rapids on a grand scale comes along with about thirtytwo pages of fullpage and hajves and quarterpage They draw trade and It is also noted that our energetic west Iowa theres no let up to their efforts over there to get Ackley dollars and trade from this concededly rich trade territory comes SIGN THOSE WAIVERS Ackley has enjoyed the reputation ef being the richest community in the state of Riches that are tied up in defunct banks are of value money that is hidden away in old bed old tin cans and similar receptacles has lost its pur chasing Money in order to be of service to to be of value to must Two mil lion dollars tied up in safes and steel back of locked is dead Loosen up Sign those waiv you who are holding out lets get back to work and do to what purpose is it to have barrels of money and none of it within sight or reach There are hundreds of thousands of dollars over there Oakwood cemetery in tomb caskets and the mausoleum only working dollars have and Brittell and family returned Monday from Cedar Falls where they were in attendance last week at the interdenominational Bible along with the usual issue of six thousand or Several Ackley merchants have asked the World Journal when will you get out an other Bargainday We want Just for the immediate present but well be ready to deliver s the first Wednesday in Make a note of with ev ery man along the line doing his part do purs and make it a real it in It is well to remember that Ackley has in the WorldJournal the best equipped printing plant in central is worth something to Ackley merchants and the trade as well as to the boss who has always been ready to deliver and do it The Ackley Community Garden Club will meet Friday Aug ust at 7 at Daisy Heykens The program is as Roll flower I will take to the Flower Show for the Garden Hie Windsor theatre Hajnptop appears to be quite a popular place Aekley wd vicinity people Ieel that they entitled to go and The Boone Carroll Cerro Gordo Hamilton Jasper BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes rf General Interest President Fieater of Independ ence hoard of education states that the junior college will open there on schedale Reports had been cir culated that the would not open because of the fact that the school districts money was tied up in the two bamks that had been forced to Over at Manchester a game of baseball is to be played between lo cals arid a professional team August Onehalf of the proceeds of the game will go to local Committees are selling uiekets Sixty members of the Wild Life school at spent Thursday ab Backbone state Studying birds and Four banks at Boone have re opened for business at her having bean closed ten On the waiver The Chickaaaw Medical society will Us annual mating at New xpects to democratic twice his is invited to be there at 8 all the farmers were German the most of them from East page three They Win and Monday evenings kittenball games esulted as follows Goettels team lefeated Seibolds team 1312 Lowes lefeated the score being L3 to Tuesday evening two games were alayed the Hadley Creamery jeam and the Mason City dreamery The score was 22 to 11 n favor of Mason The second rame was between the Ackley Independents and Ackley winning oy the score of 12 to Sheehan family of is greatly interested in the Olympics now being held at Los Patrick OCallaghen of who won tke hammer it a cousin of and the Misses Katherine and Mary Sheehan of tha Catherine Doepke accompa nied Scherling Wednesday t to visit at the latter 11 A Stranger in These Parts the lat August WfowM dol Boosting the 10th Annual Flower Fred Family Cora of and Dunlap are ex pecting to go to Dyersville next Sun where they will meet and their who come from their home in The baby has been at Grandmas house so it will be hard to make home seem real without Stores Open Gro cery stores may remain open on Sun day under a decision of the city coun cil that a Sunday glosing law would be The council acted Momday night to deny a petition for closing by 32 local Guests several days this week at the Henry residence were Miss Ruth Wilson of Miss Agnee Ottilie of Miss Edna McCutcheon of Cedar and Miss Alice McElhinney of Wa GARDEN CLUB WILL nSERPROGRAM August at the usual Band Concert the Ackley Community Garden Club will give a program in Memorial The program pantprmime of The Flower Garden will be given by little girls of the Children will rep resent the Garden South North East West But Leaves and The first robin of spring the garden and finds it still The south wind follows the robin and wakes the flowers from their winter Then the bird sings with The sun stimulates the growth of the plants and the bees and the but terflies visit them to gather The east wind brings the showers tx refresh the thirsty Toads in the garden help to keep the under They come out after the rain and snap up the In the fall the west wind blows the leaves about and drifts them over the flowers as a protection against the cold to The and butterflies have long since The cold north wind ushers in Clouds accompany the north From these fall soft flakes of snow to blanket the flowers and Again the garden lies wrapt in its winter youngest member of the garden will play several selections on his girls will give the flower pole dance in front of the band oneact play A Romance Flowers will be presented from the band The scene takes place in a florists office where Mary and Harry work for the Johnson and Miss White who have been engaged for fifteen years rush the date of their marriage he cause of Marys In case of rain this program will be given the following August MARRIED AT Kate Krause and Boekel man German Relatives in Ackley have been ap prised of the recent marriage of Katie Krause of German Kos suth and a Boekel man of eldest daughter Krause is the of the late Kobus Frank Steinmeier has re turned and for the immediate present is at the home of her Wil liam and Henry north of resident of Ackley many years and also of German Krause Boekelman for any num ber of years has conducted general store at German en joying an extensive and the expectation is that she will con tinue on with the The best wishes of relatives here are Dick of Iowa who has interested herself actively in ef forts to organiae the democratic women voters of the was In tke city a few evenings exert ing herself in this There are women democratic voters here some have many have not hi previous and the effort ia being made to form an organization of democratic women so that every democratic vote will be cast next and Wright and Le left last week for Davenport to attend a chiropractors will remain about a and Herman Osterland itf visited with his sjsters brothers here at Here From and Richard Hallbauer members of the family from were in the city visitors the home of and and the Heinz Brothers and1 Years ago Hallbaner wag a clerk for Heinz Carstens Hallbaver is ft sister of Folkera and of William and Charley   

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