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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - September 1, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                otmmi VOLUME Official Hardin SEPTEMBER WHOLE UNUSUAL ACTIONS FILED AT ELDORA May Have to Pioneer in L Smith Alleges He Bought Sight on Word of Holders That It Was ON JOB MANY YEARS a Two unusual suits have been filed r Mprk of courts veavs a business associate in of o convened The court in El pteer ruiti t the law in reaching an adjudication in each ms Pab 01 nc ls a tern George Fl i porary layoff certain it is that his Charles Folkers Missed From His Accustomed It is probable that any man who has bought clothing in Ackley at any time during the past forty to fifty has been given courteous con sideration and handed a package by Charles Folkers he has been a clerk longer than any man in Ackley for a time he was a clerk in store nt Aplington for several of Joe Becker when the firm name was Becker Folkers since then he has always been the trusted employe and during the years that Marschall has been in the clothing Charley has attended to the wants of He is taking a tern 10 DISTRIBUTE belt doff and the Farmers Savings Bank of The petition alleges that on June 1931 an injunction was issued by the 6uperior court of Iowa Falls which prohibited the sale of a black mare colt pending the outcome of an action in replevin bought by Tex The higher court held that there was no ground for the injunction and al lowed the sale to Before a certified check for could be the Farmers Sav ings Bank of Alden closed its The petition asks damages of against Tordoff and also that be allowed as a preferred claim against the receiver of the Fraud is The other action which involves some intricate law points is one list ed as Smith against Blackmere et in which plaintiff charges that he through an officer of the Farmers Savings Bank of for se cured by a real estate Plaintiff further alleges that the said note was fraudulently represented to him to be good and amply secured and that the security was in a re ceptkal at the bank and never shown to He also says in his petition that he later discovered the maker of the note defaulted and that the property used as security was cov ered for its full value by a first mortgage and that his alleged se curity constituted a second mort Plaintiff therefore asks judg ment for and prays the court Rural Schools Receive From the Hazel in state warrants was re ceived last week by the County Su perintendent of Schools for distribu tion among 32 rural schools of the county which had been approved for standardization for the school year A standard rural school is one that has met certain requirements in re gard to condition of equip Lester Tor r o cran s a s gara to condition oi equip are plamtms many friends offer the wish that hell ment provided and qualifications of leLcivei ux be back in due course of Iowa Falls Mans Brother Killed in Motorcar Accident John Weddle has gone to called by the death of his The his wife and two daughters had spent Sunday at the John Weddle home and teachers Schools meeting the requirements are granted state aid based on the average number of pupils belonging for six The amount of aid this year amounted to per The warrants ranged from to The Gifford school received the latter Schools receiving state aid for the past school year were Districts 12 and 13 in Alden Spring Elk Run Pleasant Beaver Valley and 3 in Hardin ouuuuy at me uuun vrcuuie nome anu i left Monday morning for snri Death was caused by an automo bile but no particulars have been One of the daughters township bYstricts Hazel Green and Robertson in 5 Clay Hickory Grove and Hughes in Jack Grant Chester and Fair was severely liliiMin FAIR IS ON NEXT WEEK BOND ISSUE POSSIBLE Matter is Being Considered by Har din Board of It is probable the Hardin county aoard of supervisors will be obliged to resort to a bond issue in order to meet current bills tax payments have not been up to requirements and defunct banks are holding seventy odd thousand dollars of public mon ey several funds are around so GRUNDY FARM UNION WILL MEET 16 The annual Grundy County Farm ers Union meeting will be held 16 at the county fair grounds at Grundy John Simpson of Ok national president of the and will be the principal sports and other en tertainment is Two Days FourCounty Flower Fair Entertaining Winners HAD PRETTY FLOATS Labor Rath State Exchange Bank will observe September as a legal HAD ANNIVERSARY Organized Sixty Ladiea Aid of Presbyterian The sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the Womens Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church was fittingly observed Tues day afternoon at the home of Mrs FOUR COUNTY FLOWER FAIR view in Lin w T g Rath At the time of it that his interests be held prior to Enthusiasm Marks Preliminaries Entry List coin and 9 in Gifford in and all schools in Eldora Center and Two Alden 4 and the Fair fax school in were dropped founding Earhart was pastor of the Earhart and his first wife as well as most of the char ter members have passed to the Great Charter m e m bers were John The tenth annual Flower Fair that j was held in Ackley last Friday and I Saturday was a Those lave been in the habit of exhibiting lowers in thc various classes faith fully entered flowers again this year and we were pleased to note that here were new names on our entry The total number of entries was arger than last Interested visitors from the sur rounding as well as friends living in the four counties viewed the enjoyed the childrens pa rade and the concert by the Ackley Municipal There was competition for the best garden prizes offered by the WaTan Ye gardens having been The Garden Club was responsible for the fine childrens Each of the entries was worthy of high The popular vote on the best win dow display placed the L L Shop the city office Crokers Cafe and Brandts a tie for Credit for the success of the 1932 Flower Fair is given to the Ackley Commercial Club for the merchants for display the Ackley Municipal Band for its Friday evening the Ackley Commu nity Garden Club for sponsoring the childrens financing the prizes in the childrens and aiding in the WaTanYe club for sponsoring the best flower gar Girl Reserves for distribut ing hand bills and the Ackley WiorldJournal for the com nittee on band stand the committee i Childrens Parade Was a Pleasing QATURDAY afternoon Acktey chil dren again entertained the public in the annual flower show The success of this parade ivhat cooperation means in a com Not only did the merchants cooperate with the Garden Club by giving so willingly and generously the prizes but the mothers and fathers cooperated by design furnishing materials and makinjr the many beautiful The gar den club appreciates the interest shown and thanks each and every one who contributed to the success of the The Garden Club also extends a vote of thanks to the six judges who so conscientiously attempted rank the floats in the order of appro priateness and The rankings in each class are aa follows Class Group A Garden Mary Aside From Stock and Agricultural Exhibits an Elaborate Four Day Program NTHUSIASM marks the preliminary arj rangements for the Grundy county fail that opens at dy Center next I Tuesday and tinues through the week to and includI this year because the attendance fellgarah vice Em below ten which is the required aver ma Ricer Alma mote the age for standard These will GraveSi Mary be approved again when the attend Mrg M j Mary ance meets the RETURN FROM exhibiting n ay helped to S and Wright and LeRoy at Chiropractic and Wright and son returned home the last of the week from Prizes i Class dark red AijtJ Blake Roth FrantzJackie the Misses Narcissa Chris tina Jennie Annie and Adda i pink Andrew Mary Rath was the only James Scourick Miss Alice Class light red Slu charter member The pro gram carried out included the follow Ann Croker Leona Class Floral Hol lis Ryken Mary Lalor Virginia Graham Ritaand Clare Mc Greevy Catherine Knight Ken neth Class Marjorie Victor Marvin Patricia Herriott Schvvinger Children Wayne Seibold Marjorie VanSant Georgia Dean Dentel John Brifc tell Billie and Martha May veda Aldinger Mary Francis Goettel Eva Ubben McGreevy and Wilber Hubrecht Marjorie Neuman Irene Roegner Jackie Schultz Bobby Dentelr Dean Group B Class Garden Frank lin Trainer Henry Heykens Russell Class Floral Brit ing Friday It is the one big at a clinica continuous pro ing Scripture and prayer by 2nd RUSSOI peters John I i Humke the lor R f four weeks they had been in attend mer Mary Rathi played two pi during portions of the past j im cream or lister ano Spinning Song and Bar lst Hilbrand Miss Jac meeting place for Grundy county m that wag conducted at the j Rath talked interested in the development j school Elaborate arrange about the early days of the orgamza tion and read tne list oi cnaitei Krell spoke Blake Simon Class orange or salmon Miss Alice Blake clasg 3 Miscellaneous Irene i Knight and Lindeman Col children Merle Hunt Phillis Milton Mabel Limburg Kenneth Keough Laura Bell of everythmg that pertam o farm hfld been fo tfie to betterment of and tertainment of the visiting chiroprac about What Missions Have Meant to greater achievement in every depart torg of whom more than one thousand the WL T Mrs Charles Gross Russel Pet They Wanted to Inquiring strangers who were in Ackley last Friday and Saturday the two days the Four County Flower Show made frequent in quiry Is this a holiday and Whats the occasion what are the flags up for It was a part of the street Many pass ing through from various parts ot tne poges exceed tarried a while to see the flowers and years tne admission fee has been re Rath talked qualme class purple or spikes 1st Miss Alice Blake five improving live stock and the more successful work on the farm in every Tuesday is entry day and at this time the associations officers are enthusiastic over prospects of larger entries and broader De were in All the enter Rath read a letter from the present now a resident of Ce tamment suppers dar RapidSi who was unaule to be were given without charge to the vis She was Fink Mildred FLEW TO Class bouquet twelve i spikes Miss j Alice Blake Russel It Took About Three Hours As the Crow Hadley and Fred itors and at the many clinics groups twenty years ago at the observance Ciass white Marie in the formers spread out had previously been appointed to con of the fortieth anniversary of the Humke Gay Roosevelt their red wings on Wednesday imu Kicviuuoij w fnnnMntr nf rivonniantirvn duct the The all sections of the were founding of the Miss 1 r Miss Helen Sailer sang two solos class light pink Water Boy and My Dear Burt Gruis Marie Humke II i 11 entries ami jj e t Ackley by j mands space for exhibition pur we parts of the exceed demands of former some stopped for and the band concert Friends of Miss Mamie Seltow will be interested in knowing that she left for New York where she with her part Miss will do their fall The Misses Soltow and Spar row are jointly engaged in operating a gift shop in Dur ng the summer seasons Miss Soltow lias sole charge of the gift shop at Rochester while Miss Sparrow con ducts her shop in Miss Mildred Scott of Newton ar rived Saturday and was a guest of Miss Luella Hatch until She was on her way home from Spo where she visited with The Scott family were resi dents of Ackley some years Scott having been depot duced the programs are quite elab There are thrilling freeacts a complete change of program during j the midweek for the reason that j entertained and ap a guest speaker from Aplington spoke using the topic For ward Look which concerned mis Brittell made some gen eral remarks and explained what the society has meant to the mission life OUT ON BOOSTER TRIP German Band From Dike Publicis ing Grundy draw attention to the Grundy Grundy and Butler each bought a county fair that is to be held 6 double bill of free acts and these are to tomorrow Friday to be giving a complete the little German band of is change day and Wednesday and Thursday after noons the horseraces and Friday the running races in addition to other kittenball every To pageeight Lucille after spending two weeks at the home of her and returned to Chicago Sunday Misses Esther and Mildred Butts and their fatter visited Butts Tuesday evening at the Deaconess hospital at Howard Wagner and wife of Faulk ner accompanied by Carl spent Friday and Saturday at the state fair in Des Miss Addie Havens of Conrad Ackley visitor She Ackley High School Miss Edna Class dark pink morning of the past and sailed away to the north their objective was in the northern part of the just 300 Dunlap mjies jn a straight They left Class red No Class lavender Ackley at about 6 oclock at 9 they had alighted from their machine at of Miss Helen Sailer Marie Humke had breakfast there and ai was was an a former Guests at the Kyles home Sun and Monday Miss Doris of Week end guests of and Kyles were Towers of Rockwell Ray Schroeder of and Muriel Bohbrink of Towers is Kyles Mangun and children and Miss Madjel Mangun of BinningChicago and Miss Dorothy MaJiMrg Chas geyinour and 8un of Kansas City were Iowa Falls visited Sunday Ttthf Arthur Neymeyer home at Visitors Tuesday afternoon at the Lingham and 3VSeybold residence were Rev and t Bes Moines the LOV Sritof the weX seeing sights at the state and Barley Weber of to make the rounds of neighboring a dozen or Ackley among the The exact time of their appearance in Ackley not The Spencer One of the best fairs in the most successful one in the northwest part of the is the fair that is held annually at Clay coun This seasons fair is feo be held September 20 to and William Wessels of accompanied by the letters were in the city in good health and is in her 89th and close to her 90th sang a Raisch offered the clos ing Besides Voogd other out of town guests were Sam Patterson of Clate 3henette of and rthur Harden of A cial hour was Refresh nents were The honor Bernard Vogelsang a visitor at the home of and Mason spent Sunday in the city with tfceir numerous Arthur onithe pitching staff of the Omaha Western League was in the city yes Just for a days visit with the home The Aidmeets next Thuns clay in the church Every mem ber urged to be present to get readj for the fiftieWi anniversary of thi and Henry Gnade wer at Buffalo several days las visiting Marie BJeeker was hostess yesterday afternoon to the Wednes day bridge 10 were at the They Class purple turned home the game day Continued onpage two j Otto Winter has begun work on the new residence that he recently let a Catch any fish Well leave the rest of the story to Hadley and Fred Here From and George Bush were in Andrew the only contract A sixroom the city a week they have returned nember cut the first piece I over in the west part of if the large cake with sixty tiny pink The jbservance of this anniversary was an occasion for reminis and The host was assisted n serving refreshments by Misses Josephine Evelyn and Dorothy to their home at A new sunporch is being added to after a pleasant visit at the home ot the Bert Nicklas residence FROM FAR AWAY REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA T HE WorldJournal is in receipt of a request from The AllNations Press Exhibition to submit copies of this publication the AllNations press show that is to be held at Tif lis newspapers representing 249 printed in 181 different will be It is one of the unusual first un dertaken at in in The WorldJournal will be on file at substantial Some material work and addition to the Faust building the iart that is occupied by George Den els dry goods store is to be t is understood that work is soon to The house built and for past several years occupied by Burket is now occupied by Joe Al AlMson Man Near Nanne of age is critically ill from infirmities of His Wtlliam of Buffalo and his sons Ereesmann of Parkersburg and Lewis of are here and Floyd Mrs Weber were at ttie latter part of the A his and Anthony is located eightyfive milefl south of the booming city of Wichita and forty miles north of Okla Conditions generally in that locality are very George says there is a splendid crop both in quality and At the State and Bleeker and berts and Some material im their children were at Des provements have been made in the the of the They saw ttofc house it is owned now by the Frud stake fairland also vte den Lumber is in the companys Alberto ite1 witn a sister of Bleeker Cecelia The Ladies Aid society of the Pres byterian church meets next Thurs Entertainment under direction Comes From and Robert Harris and two have come to Ack ley from Har of ris will be employed at the First NaMrs GeoBleeker and tional He is engaged in that line of The daughters will at tend school in AH Broken George north of The first meeting of the year will be a luncheon at the M M club rooms Following i this the company will repair to town of George had the misfortune Friday1 to fall from a load of result was that he broke his right He had been working fche 11 Say it with Amelia Rabe and Miss Edith who spent the summer va cation at home leave today for to begin school work Monday   

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