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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - August 18, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin AUGUST WHOLE NOT NUMBERS PRODUCT OF SIX EQUALS PROD P UCT OF SEVEN Waterloo Cute Debt Ihwk Shaves Off School HouscsGrundy A comparison of records of good and poor dairy herds shows how dairy farmers may make a larger profit on a smaller investment and wjth less In the McGregor Cow Testing as of which Schmidt is the one herd of six cows av eraging 325 pounds of butterfat for the year made more income above feed oust than did a herd of seven which averaged 1 pounds of The six good cows produced a total of pounds of while the others yielded A pounds in favor of the smaller Another herd of 10 cows averaging 466 pounds of butterfat earh year made income above feed while anothe rherd of 26 averaging 222 made only This is a difference of in favor of the smaller At the same Schmidt pointed the 10cow herd put pounds less of fat on the and re quired less feed and labor than the larger ONE OPERATES ANOTHER NOT Corn Canning Plants Some Others More than 150 men and women were given employment at Red Oak when the Oak canning company starts its 1932 pack of corn and according to announce ment by Manager He estimated the seasons pack will to tal cases of corn and cases of a large increase over the 1931 The plant at with last seasons pack still on will not operate this The Marshall Canning companys plant at Waverly is going full blast on a 4weeks The Marshall companys plant in Ackley also has last seasons corn pack still on LOPS OFF Amount Saved to Taxpayers in Black Hawk for Total disbursements of the Black Hawk county general school fund in the 193132 school year were less than the previous Total spent by all schools in the county during the last year from the general school fund was as compared to for the previous These figures are contained in the annual report of county to the state superin tendent of public CITY SAVED This is Record of Month of July for Outstanding obligatipns of the city of Waterloo were reduced during July or from to the monthly financial Monday by Charles city clerk and Included in the debt reduction is the cancellation of in special assessment sidewalk and sew and in general levy sewer and improvement AN END TO BUSINESS ACKLEY Raths State Exchange Bank Opened Saturday Business Holiday proclaimed by the mayor and begun on the morning of July ended I Saturday morning when the 1 Rath State Exchange bank reopened for The anxiety that had been felt and experienced by practically the entire community for a period of five was eased and Dur ing all that portions of each men were employed in efforts to procure the signatures of bank de positors to a waiver whereby money on deposit would remain so for a threeyear It was no easy and on the part of a very The entire community hails the re sumption of business along regular For the wellbeing of the entire community everything that can pos sibly be done along the lines of solidi fying and reconstruction should be With unity of action and good will all along the we will go for EARU COMERS TO HARDIN MEET MUNICIPAL LEAGUE TALKS Of METHODS MUNICIPAL REPRESENTATIVES GATHER AT SPENCER THIS WEEK Hampton Congregationalists Observe Seventyfifth Kenefick Dead at Algona SOME OF THEM WILL TELL OF THEIR EXPERIENCES Recitations and a Va ried Have Picnic Near Lawn Fire parks and play taxation and unemployment and relief are some of the topics to be considered at the annual conven tion of members of the League of Iowa Municipalities at Spencer 16 to A program recently made public by Frank secretary and treas urer of the organization indicates that major emphasis during the ses sions will be placid on important sub jects of the including the sales utility rates and and public Mayors on Speakers will include Harry Corcoran of the Iowa Insurance Ser vice bureau Mayor Findlay of Fort Dodge Clarence Knutson of Clear Lake Senator George Pat terson of Burt Mayors Oliver of Onawa Walter of McGregor and Cor Van de Steeg of Orange City Elliott of Decorah Ul state labor commissioner state and Harley Stipp of Des Reports on judicial police fire Pro and other subjects will be given by Pine of Atlan Floyd Klippel of Iowa Lemly of and Schmidt of Nora Springs and NNUAL m c e t ings of any or ganization always have their inter esting f e a but hardly any of them equal in gen eral interest the annual gatherings of o 1 d set These annual meetings have been held at various parts of the county covering a period of thirty years and more the program has taken on the nature of individual experience meetings and they have always been enjoyable the older the the happier to tell of what On August 21 the meeting for the year is to be held and a program differing quite ma terially from those of previous years is to be Commencing at 10 Song Invocation Alva Selected Music Miss Ona Alva Song rHoney Creek Trumpet Solo Homer Reading Jean and Cammack Address Attorney Iowa Whistling Malo Song Fred Piano Solo Dorothea Mildred Cornet Music Whitten God Be With You Till We Meet Again DIED AT LAKE CITY Titus Had Been an Old Resident of Leonard received intel ligence early Wednesday morning of the death of her at the family home at Lake Titus had been in ill health some length of time he was in his 78th A native of the state of he had lived at Lake City forty years and more he had also lived in Nebraska for a and in He is survived by his three sons and four DISTRIBUTING FARMERS STATE BANK DEPOSITORS GET 10 PRIZES OFFERED FOR CHILDRENS PARADE Goes Into Local Trade Chan First Dividend Another One This is the oldest social organiza tion in Hardin county all are privi leged to THE first division of money to de positors of the Farmers State bank of the first division of money since the bank was closed along and away back there about the 17th of is now being by the state banking department through the examiner in Dunkelberg of who has been in active charge of the affairs of the bank during the past several There are a long list of large and small and varying total number of depositors in excess of six and each depositor is receiving checks amounting to ten per cent of their deposit at the time i of the banks The sixteen thousand dollars go into the trade channels of some probably to pay bills some to be but all re leased and in The proba bility is that another ten per cent division will be made within sixty Sny it with printers Below are listed the prizes and the donators of each for the Group and Class in the Childrens Parade to be held at Saturday August Winners in Group Class will choose from these Doll i Wheel White Police Group Class will choose from these Dump Big Cleaning Group Class will choose from these Doll Cabinet Herriott and Gallohe Ice Boys Trixie Doll Group Class will choose from these Baby Doll in Corduroy Police Group Class will choose from these Dollar Pool Dolly Ann Bloomers and Group Class will choose from these Washing Week End Drug Box of 15 Bags of 12 Bags of BRIGHT SPOTS IN BUSINESS SERIOUS ACCIDENT 1 KILLED Lamm Family Near Explosion While Relatives in Ackley Sunday re ceived intelligence of a serious acci dent that occurred the latter part of the week in Stephenson Il near One of the men employed with the threshing was killed as the re sult of the and three mem bers of the Lamm Leo and were each more or less seriously The unfortunate men are cousins of the late Martin and George Lamm of this the Misses and others also cous ins of Robert All of the men injured are along in the GRUNDY COUNTY FAIR To Be Held at the Hub Week of September The Grundy county fair opens at Grundy Center on Septem ber 6th and closes the evening of September Prices of admission have been re duced from 60c to 26c children under 14 years admitted free of Ackleys Flower Show That is to Be Held Friday and It is a Community Interesting to COBBLERS ARE BEST Proven by Test on Stritkler Farm Yields obtained in the Grundy County Farm Bureaus test Riot on the Glenn Strickler farm in Melrose township averaged about 200 bushels per A seed Sticklers own production yielded bushels per The best yield was by a strain of Thompsons Cob bers treated with 42040 fertilizer at the rate of 500 pounds Oliver former resident Jf Dubuque and Ipwa a lawyer in recent years employed as attorney for the Central States electrie at Cedar committed su 1 IU was President Hoover fishing1 in Chesapeake Ackley Man Reception and registration of dele gates is set for the morning of with the first program the al Addresses of welcome will be delivered by Mayor Lewis of Spencer and Avery of Spen former president of the Fred E Trainer of president of the will fol lowing committee the mem bers will inspect the Spencer muni cipal electric plant and open forums ana departmental meetings will be on programs Wednesday and FATALLY INJURED Ralph Eberhardt of Riding in Ralph was fatally injured and David living south of Iowa is m the hospital suffering serious injuries received in an automobile accident about 9 oclock Saturday The accident occurred on federal highway jnst north of the city Eberhardt suffered a broken Schwartz received a compound frac ture of the left Both men also received severs cuts nd DECREASED VALUE Selling Price of a Grundy Farm in 22 The Lundt 240acre ad join ling Amity south of was sold last week to a Steven son of Ames for an The farm was purchased twentytwo years ago by John Lundt from George Saul fpr Have New Relatives Clarksville kave re ceived announcement of the birth of a daughter to the and Sifkea of for mer Clanksyille Sit kes was Miss Carolyn Tenth Annual Flower Fair of the Four County Agricultural ment Acktey Fri day and For a number of years the Ackley Commercial Club has generously fi nanced the Flower The club in tended to follow the same plan this year but since its funds are in the newly closed bank the members do not feel able to pay the usual premi ums however they have kindly of fered to take care of the other neces sary Because a Flower Fair is a worthy community enterprise we will not discontinue the We hope to re new the awarding of prizes when our finances are in better For this year we request all of you flower lovers who have faithfully made entries in the various during past years and others who are i interested to make entries m as many classes as possible and to courage your neighbors and friends i to do I Now is a good time to show our prove that we en tered flowers because we were inter ested in their growth and improve and in learning how to arrange and not merely in the remuner We solicit your cooperation to make this 1932 Flower Fair a dark five Nieman Shoe five Shoe five Doepke five stalks Doepke bouquet ley Cleaning bouquet Weav ers Drug bouquet Weav ers Drug s Drug five Ammann five Ammann orange or five Ammann bouquet mixed Martins three L bouquet Math ews To page two car loadings of the Rock Island railroad for the week ended amount ed to cars against only cars in the preceding big de crease in showing re newed confidence in the coun trys was revealed by fig ures available in government Durham ho siery mills announced a 10 per cent increase in salaries and wages as a result of improved business conditions and bigger Rich About 200 people went back to work for the Lone Star Cement which re opened after a long gain of 162 per cent in sales of Plymouth cars to Dodge and Chrysler dealers during the first seven months of this as compared with was report TWO WANT DIVORCE secretary John Mary Har ken Coart Uflll iJjf Gus I dark three spikes i j light three spikes three M orange or sal three M cream or three or laven three spikes K r e i meyer Broi five City twelve spikes Weber Motor five schall Clothing light five Marschall Clothing HARDLY NOTICEABLE Not many Farmers Go On Strike and The movement that has been under way for six weeks or longer leading to the final day when all Iowa farm ers were expected to join in in a movement to strike to neither buy nor just lost its momentum the day it was to go into There are no striking farmers in this local ity none at It is stated that at Latimer and in where there were some ty windy at some of the meetings that were were completely out of breath the I day of the At Latimer sever al of the loudest were at the cream j ery with as with milk as early as in the morning and at the Coulter creamery it was the Farmers are anxious for increased prices they are anxious to see them but not many ajre so vocifer ous and foolhardy as to keep mar stuff off the when theyre in need of money for every day use in home and on the Postal deposits increase 12S per cent during of according to tal Uncle Court Calendar for September Begins to Fill Of the eight cases that were placed on the docket for the September term of Hardin county two were ac tions for from this sec tion of the county two attachments and a The entries are Wilhelmina Ziesman suit on Vera Swanstrom Clint Cling landlords Fred Acker suit on MINISTER Raecker Died at Meservey Ser vices at Meservey and The Henry retired Evangelical died at Meser vey Friday following a lingering ill He was 77 years Funeral services were held at Mes ervey Tuesday conducted by the pastor of the Evangelical Services were held in the Evangelical church in Waverly in the conduct ed by the Bergeman of Fort Burial was made in Harlington The Raecker was born m At the age of 11 years he came to Brem er county with his Frederick and Louisa He entered Northwestern college at in and received his license to preach in He was married to Antonia Schlus ky on He served 16 fields in Iowa ana Nebraska during his ministerial ca After retiring from the minis he moved to where he and Raecker lived until when they moved to Surviving are his two daugh Joe Maci of New York and Arthur Fillen worth of Sanborn two Henry Raecker of Dumont and Gar field Raecker of Meservey two sla ters Lucy Schroedermeier and John Koenig of Waverly and one Simon Raecker of Wav Sixteen grandchildren and one greatgrandchild also An escort of 35 ministers formed part of the funeral procession at the Waverly funeral The Weeks For the week ending with Satur ten real estate trans fers were largest single amount for was by Sheriff Thompson to the Crosley Investment Falls Of the real estate mortgages filed total was with largest single In one of twe bills of an acre of cucumbers sold for Twentyfive chattel mortgages were household stock of furniture at calls for Carl Briel Esther Amanda Humke State Highway notice of appeal frqm con John Hancock Life Mills et Fank Fred land lords of ex changed pulpite with the Brit pastor of the Presbyterian church of this Sunday A good sized congregation greeted him and McCormick delivered splendid helpful and McCormick is classed as one of the ablest of ministers in the Presbytery of Here From Stanley connected with a firm of lawyers in Chicago during the past several is at the home of his and on a two weeks pe Stanley stays pretty close to when he comes and keeps close to his work in Lead is up a the past weve got a lot of olqj The marriage of George Ott of Robertson and Clara Piepgras cmrrsd last Brit pastor of the Presbyterian church performed the Mr Ott is a plasterer and general mer chant in the village of five miles southwest of The couple will continue to make their residence Improve The Iowa Public Service company in improving its property at ersburg and in that locality to Ifce extent of Heavier electric Six or eight being   

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