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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - August 25, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME JJ1 SYS Official Hardin AUGUST WHOLE PAYS PREACHER WIN TOURNAMENT Ackley Girls at Kitten Ball at Hardin County Ackley girls won the Hardin coun Congregational Members Return No ty tournament the nual fair at They defeated Injured in Automobile Crash Eldora in the first round 11 to Below Iowa the second game 6 to 2 and won the final game from New Henrv pioneer attorney Providence 16 to Heinz and Bode Tipton in Cedar hated to were the batteries in all three the Mount Zion Baptist The pitching of Heinz ranked her as fhl miles southwest of go the outstanding pitcher of the tour the same way so many rural churches Pearl Grace have gone in the last The and Irene Claussing connected for congregation had become so small that the it could not afford to keep up church building and pay a min homeruns in the fielding of Percy final The Kramer was the feature of the The line up for Ackley 2b Ib If c So Huber purchased the church frnm the Iowa Baptist made a few and hired the p rf 3b nt Louis Penmngroth as Huber made only one stipulation no collections be taken at the He feels repaid in the large attendance and the enthusiasm rem iniscent of the churchs earlier The Mount Zion church has played an important part in the lives of the citizens of the community for more than fifty Blossoms and Fruit On an Apple Sight for This Season of the The team is planning on entering the central Iowa tournament at Park THE LITTLE CHURCH OFFEREJLFOR SALE Older Members of Abbott Con gregation Have Faded ER VICES are no longer held at the little white church in the neighbor village of 1 though for a period of forty years or more the fathers and mothers with their sons and daughters found their way to the little frame edifice that occu pies a place on the quiet street of tht Marriage ceremonies havt been performed and little babes have been and many have been the Merry Christmas ersburg next and should go with trees decorated with ED ONEIL DEAD Former Resident Died at Du buque Funeral Relatives in Ackley were apprised Monday morning of the death of Ed ward at the family home at at 9 candies and bright little Through the years many a wearied with the trials that eset the average have fount solace through the words of a and the congregational mem bers found friendly communion But time brings its changes the Abbott Evangelical church not only afforded LETS DRESS UP Decorate Your Window Fronts for the Flower CHILDREN 111 SCHOOL AGEJARDIN Deceased was a younger brother of I services on but through the Mike west of years the young people of the corn Two apple trees on the Mai former now at Cedar I munity have had their place in lory farm three miles southeast of Joe deceased North and At the present and for some time had their second crop of Hampton blossoms at the same time were bearing fruit last they HE Ackley Garden has sent out a request to busi ness concerns that offers this suggestion Wouldnt you like to decorate your window for the flower show next Friday and Saturday Decorate the electro if you have one in front of your dont forget the Friday and Satur the annual flower show in Contribute to its suc wherever It is one of the really worth while projects that we HIS GAME SPOILED Fee Now in the Coop Contracted for Fee has reached the end of his rope and landed in the county at It is about three weeks ago that representing himself as being the purchasing agent for what he represented as being a grading crew working on a bit of road work somewhere north east of dropped in at Gus Witticks meat ordered a a quantity of lard and a lot of of Iowa Falls also of past the congregation has not been meat the and gave Eugh Flannery and Maggie large enough to support a pastor to know that the boss would He was married to Miss for any number of years the charge Mrs Mallory reports that the a daughter of and has been taken care of by the pastor blossoms appeared on only one side Ben many years residents of the Ackley Evangelical of the two which was the east of Ackley and of south Franklin jointly with the church in Pleasant The trees are located close to In business here he was as the site formerly occupied by a large barn which burned on the farm re and because the blossoms are on the side of the trees which faced the Mallory is wondering whether or not the intenseheat of the big fire had anything to do with starting the second crop of VERTEBRAE BROKEN Allison Kitten Ball Player Has a Serious Glen Harms of who suf fered fracture of two vertebrae when he was struck by a foul tip while playing has a good chance for late reports from the state university hospital at Iowa City He was rendered speechless by accident first taken to the Wav fcrly hospital where an xray exam ination then to the State University hospital at Iowa The ball struck him on the throat with such force as to break the tebrae and damage his vocal HELD TO GRAND JURY Three Brothers Assaulted Frank Beach Under Harold and Anthony DeWitt were held to the grand jury Satur day in justice court on a charge of assault with intent to commit great bodily injury on the person of Frank at Defendants furnished bonds their appearance to the grand jury which convenes on Bonds were fixed at and ONeil removed i the little churcn has served But Fee worked the same game combined enrollment in this class was o Dubuque twentyfour years apparently the congregaj and it was at Eldora a for sveral years he followed his work tona members have faded few days ago that he undertook to as a but for the past fifteen j so tne conciusion has been reached by work the same but he was 450 Work Under County Approximately 450 men haye reg istered at various points of the coun ty under the new plan which pro vides work any who desire The majority registered started working on the roads Monday Many more are expected to register and additional registration cards are be me prepared to take care of Churches May Consolidation of the First and Sec ond Methodist church bodies at Rein beck into one group will be under taken there next following the annual session of the Chicago North west Methodist Episcopal conference with which the second church is jociated with Louie as a There is little prospect of a revival be in in a few days to took his RETURN FROM THE WEST and Earl Post ma Spent Enjoyable Three and Earl Postma and their little returned home the first of the week from a trip Amount Expended 1ast Year through the west and portions of the Pacific northwest interesting and enjoyable all the They left here three weeks visiting portions of southern then went on up the coast to Washington and They return home feeling pretty well satisfied with the pleasures of Less Than Year Iowa Falls with 1239 Children of School Age Largest Ackley Third with Public school instruction in Hardin county cost the taxpayers less in the 193132 school year than it did in the 193031 according to the annual report of the county About onefourth of this amount was made in the reduction of teach ers The total amount paid teachers last year was less than in The average cost of instruction per pupil was against the previous This represents a difference of per The report shows that pupils were enrolled in schools of the coun Of this number 1621 attended one room rural were stu dents in the town at tended high schools and 99 were jun ior college To instruct this body of young people 285 teachers were 185 in town schools and 101 in rural Iowa Falls had the largest enroll exclusive of the junior Eldora consolidated had an enrollment of Ackley Hubbard Radcliffe New Providence consolidated Union Alden Whitten Steam the are prepared to enjoy the comforts of home better than be parcels and Nothing j boat Rock Owasa 131 and Buck more was seen or heard of him Witeye tick investigated went to neighbori Four town ing towns and inquired as to the Iowa Falls and Hubbard maintained gang of road There were i kindergarten departments and the Vtarys Catholic church in i Among ministers who have served Wednesday Nicholas as pastors of the Abbott church are Steffen conducted the ONeil visited relatives and and years had been employed in the district officers of the organization suspicioned as being the same man ewelry business in that They to Ofter the building to the highest who had appeared He An advertisement to this efand he landed in the coop he is still Funeral services were held at J fect appears in todays WorldJour Fee is around 27 years of The first of the week his mother called in t Witticks place and sought to per uade the marketman to cut the bill n but herefforts were unavail Wittick was at went to he county jail and identified the man vho greeted him with a Wittick friends in Ackley several years i He is kindly remembered by winners Sauerkraut Day is Still a Big Favorite Minnesotas Leading Men at Feast Governor and Candidate for Governor M i n n e contained of Minnesota at Other State Officers and HalfDozen Congressional Candidates at Hen in ATTEND OPENING DAY OF KRAUT FESTIVAL Contest Today Will Feature Celebra tion at original sauerkraut I Hend Mi Aug da town of the n Ann tv feast day town of the has just missed another golden op portunity to let her light shine and radiate the publicity that is derived from the observance of this unique and original in former extended through a good tion of the central On one of these festive a few years one of the Sun day newspapers made a special fea ture of the unique and gave Ackley an entire page of its Sunday edition a page that was trimmed with wienerwurst sau sages in a and otherwise em bellished with characters just as at and an elaborate writeup the data was furnished by the WorldJournal and enlarged upon by the papers For fifteen or eighteen years the celebration was an annual held in the fall of persons from the the year after harvest oldtime me far removed took advan tage of the occasion to go back home and see the folks sev eral from all sections of the state were attracted to and one among the first attracted a throng tfoat was estimat ed at eight to ten thousand During the war period the celebra tion t there has been no thought Waterloo Elks Waterloo lodge of Benevolent and Protective Elks are holding their an This year nual outdoors picnic on the home of the grounds of the late Bickley on minds of 8 fev am Orange township bef left members of the lodge are expecting a halfdozen otner to attend Minnesota appear d Lt that it is not only a unique except in the the big communities in Iowa and appreciate the Calvin but celebrate and and Lester Steinmeier are hitchcrowds are the hking fo Colorado and They left western Last Sundays Paul Pioneer referring to sauerkraut day at rounding territory thronged Hender son today to participate in the an nual Sauerkraut which will be climaxed Sunday with a kraut eating Of most interest today were the many group state highway com was principal speaker of the Other speakers were Holmberg and Lieutenant Gov ernor Henry both candidates for and Streissguth of New Republican candidate for lieutenant The sports program today was fea To page eight Butler Countys Budget Amounts to The 1933 Butler county budget amounts to a total of mills mak ing with funds as fol lows General 6 poor 3 county 1 sol diers tu 2 emer mandatory 2 man datory 5 mandatory construction and main far ground Th tuberculosis fund was reduced mi and the emergency fund reduced It was not necessary to levy an court expense or county insane fund there being a balance on William Sicard was at Iowa Falls yesterday he visited at the Thine LOUIS MURPHY AT HAMPTON emocratic Candidate for United States Heard by The Louis Murphy of Du uque delivered an address to an as semblage of Franklin county athered at the fair shortly after the noon Murphy talks easily and inter because he is familiar with and he is conversant with them because of the years that le was editor of the Dubuque Daily following his fa familiarly known as Johnny He was given close atten nnual Event Brings Out Neighbors of the Long larly Recollections The Sentiment Seems to Be We Need to Get Back to although sprinkled very Franklin county i lightly with demo the most of whom are in the south part of the bordering he impressed his hearers with the sincerity of his be and he left a good RESIGNS PASTORATE Pastor of West minster pastor of West minster Presbyterian church at Wa west side church that is located on Fourth street has re signed his to take inyned iate McCormick has been pastor of that church during the past six years the membership has in creased from 300 to 700 during thai He occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church in Ackley on two weeks He hi family will remove to California his wife and three children have there since early last been At Des Seth Trainer and brother Fred were at Des on a business They returne home that and Leach enjoyed visit Sunday from their daughter an and Abel Ander The per The high schools of Eldora and a d cliffe offered normal training ourses which prepare students for ic teaching Forty four enrolled in these training chools last The normal train ng department of the Iowa Falls igh school was discontinued last ear and the course made a part of iie junior Say it with printers ANNUAL EVENT HERE FOUR COUNTY FLOWER FAIR AUGUST 26 AND 27 Ackleys tenth annual Flower Fair will be held Friday and this The management is anx ious to make this 1932 fair a In order that it may your help is Bring Your Flowers They will be professionally judged and a list of the persons placing and third in each class will be Since the usual prizes cannot be awarded this the Ackley com munity Garden club at its meeting Friday evening offered to finance the following prizes for the childrens 35 cents sec ond 25 cents third 15 These prizes will be paid in cash to the winners when they call for their vases at Heinz Monday morning between 9 and 10 9 entered at place designated for said 1 classea and flower gardens A special concert by the Ackley Municipal Popular vote on the best window and ballot boxes will be found neas the Roth and Weaver drug You are invited to 2 Girls and boys Flower Fair Old Settlers of Hardin Meet and Talk of Earlyday Experiences Happy Day 9 ing did not know the wording of the speaker of the afternoon or the sub ject of his nor did Bry son know the subject matter of the message of the the same thought permeated both in i some instances nearly the same F any evidence was lacking that 1 Hardin county folks could not put dosing SQng on an interesting program of a varied With You Till We Meet waa nature it was dispelled Sunday in the sung fay thfl congregatio the lerding when old and young ing of officers were choBen for mingled together out under nature planted trees with a program that was the equal of any given in the past forty or more The morning service was given over to a religious Alva of bringing the coming year Mitchell vice Bate son secretary Miss Ruth IN CHARGE HERE by the congregation one of the songs being an old hymn found in a hymnal published in When read the verge of Jordan bid my anxious through me safe on Canaans One of Richards of at First Richards has been as fears bear me signed b the feBeraJ banking the swelling land as receiver in charge of the the granddaughters of a pioneer who affairs of the First National bank of came to that section of the county in His home is at 1856 presided at the while he counts friends son of a civil war veteran whose faith and acquaintances among people of in the righteousness of the union Osceola and Lyon counties cause and who suffered in Anderson1 who formerly lived here sille prison led the congregation in Roek Rapids and other the points in that The afternoon prpgram was morel He states lt w511 be a11 of two of a varied consisting of readweeks before he will be ready to open vocal and the banka to former whistling an orchestra of and depositors of the A corn twenty furnished entertain ment of a son of a civil war delivered the address of the The speaker said that the financial pen dulum had swung far in one direc that it was a time of faith but the American people would learn the lesson that it set of books will be Spoke at pastor of the Methodist church of this city Ad dressed a gathering of Odd Fellows himself an Odd Fellow at last who recently We need to get back to f boaght the Heykens dental busj mens word was a bond and is for the and when the statute of limitations ent making his home at the Fred did not run against ones moral obliTrainer j A coincidence with the meeting was and Leonard Kingery that while the the siornited with velatives at   

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