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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - September 8, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                otmml Official HBRARY HAS PLACE to a Community Cannot Be Measured in Dollars and SEPTEMBER WHOLE WILL TRY TO CUT EXPENSE Hardin County Bar Association Con fers with Judge The Hardin county bar according to a statement made by present is con Express Rates Cut Neftrly m Half ferring with Judge Fry as to the pos That Denison declares the Bulletin is fortunate in having one of the best libraries in the state it is really a boon to our and it is a source Of satisfaction to those responsible for the maintenance and operation of the library to learn that so many of J civi people realize the good of the Ship sibility of cutting court expenses in this as applies to general costs to the to people having cases in to jurors fees by re ducing the number of jurors drawn at each term of saving mileage our library and take advantage of its ex The fact that there is such a wide circulation is also due to the spirit of unrest during critical when people are compelled to remain at home and have more enforced leisure time upon their Many find that the library is not only but a refuge where folks can get away from themselves for a time at and find solace in Ethel the librarian reports an ever increasing circu lation and through her recommenda tion new books are continually being added to the reading The Denison library is doing its share in the community and its worth cannot be measured in dollars and EXPRESS RATES DOWN Heavy Taxpaying Companies in Com petition with Here is good news for the people of this which we are all looking for these days The Railway Express has just re ceived authority to reduce the rates on live and dressed dead dead calves to Chicago and has issued a tariff to this effect which cuts the rate nearly in To be exact this rate is re duced by 42 cents per hundred These new rates are going into ef fect September 20th and will remain that way until March Express companies are among the largest tax payers in these counties and it is hoped that they will con tinue to pay cent of tax that they pay means just so much less for you to The postoffice department recently increased its rates for carrying but it has for years maintained a cut throat competition that the public has paid through its 180 million dollar deficit last Ship what you have to ship by railroad freight and TO DIG FOR COAL The suggestion is made that all ises amounting to and ss be tried by the court without n a client may demand if he so Denies Jack charged with boot egging and giving liquor to a leaded not guilty when arraigned and is to be tried later in the Trial jurors are summoned to ap iear Monday being Day and a IOWA WGEHUT is FAR BEHIND OTHERS Farmers to the Northeast of Lease Lands Interest in coal deposits near Hub bard has been A number of farmers northeast of that place have signed leases to permit prospecting who has drilled a num ber of wells in that neighborhood has reportted there are good veins oJ coal lying near the Machin ery will be brought from Des Moines and prospecting will soon At Marys church Sunday morn ing at eight oclock occurred the wed ding of Miss Alice Morgan of Chi cago and James Leo OMalley o1 Father OMeara of ficiated at the Miss Haze and Donald sister and brother of the attended the bride and A wedding break fast was served at Crokers Thing Thats The Hampton associated welfan tommittee reports that calls for ar of clothing by needy persons Hampton and community have al ready than exceeded the sup of clothes gathered in the drivi week in spite of the fact tha Hampton people responded liberally to their call for clothing and Heykens and children ac May and chil to Knoxville Wednesday last May and children had visitec State Tax Body Assails Slight lommittee Gets Reports of Surround ing States Public Officials Delay All but three middlewestern states lave gone much further than has owa in reducing state he legislative tax reduction commit ee declared Iowas three per cent budget cut nade by the last general assembly vas contrasted with the cuts dis closed by a survey to have been made n neighboring states and Iowa of icials were asserted to be only cle aying necessary It must be more apparent to pub ic officials in and particularly to those in the state that they are only putting off the vil when they delay and post pone doing the thing recommended by the legislative that is a reduction now of salaries and a committee report Iowas Budget Cut Information as to the extent of the COONTY OFFICIAL NIGHT RAID ON COURT HOUSE TO OPEN VAULT Get Away With Endeavor Being Made to Cut Court Ex penses in At Webster forty miles west of two armed and masked men forced Herschel dep uty county about to go to the Hamilton county court house with them and open the treas urers from which they took in paper The robbers did not take the silver money in the They left Swan son on the sidewalk in front of the court house with orders to remain there three After the pair had fled in an auto Swanson called Sheriff Blair from a nearby The dep uty treasurer was not able to give a complete description of the but said one was tall and the other Swanson was returning home from the theatre when he was accosted by the The theft was covered by insur Friday morning officers said they had no although they an nounced they are holding Francis Powell in connection with the Sheriff Blair said he found Powell early this morning asleep in an auto 200 DEATHS MARK LABOR DAY FETES THROUGHOUT NATION Auto Heat and Freezing Among Various One person was frozen to another succumbed to the heat and nearly 200 more died in sundry other ways as the Labor day holiday took its usual heavy death Automobile accidents on crowded highways accounted for most of the Drownings ran a close sec Skies were bright and tempera tures warm over most of the causing an unusually large exodus of city dwellers into the There they tangled fenders and par ticipated in all manner of freak acci One was killed when he fell off a horse in Another died in target practice in One stumbled to his death in TURNER LAW BETTER THAN FORCE Tells at Benson Picnic Con tinued Government Economy mobile near west of Webster four miles IOWA FARM LAND VALUES CLIMBING Sale in Southeastern Iowa Brings Cash Price of Per The price of Iowa farm land is ris sales reported at Wilton Three Junction in Muscatine county brought cash prices of per acre and per The Sunbury bank sold to Hugo Lamaack of Durant an improved 40 south of Sunbury for an average of per An 80acre improved tract north of WIN FIRST AGAIN RYAN DEAD FOURTH TIME FOR YOUNG FRANKLIN FARMERS Hold Good Lead Over Nearest Con tenders for Place Forty Counties The four young men of Franklin county who have been entered in judging contests in numerous con tests at county were again vic tors in this particular line at the North Iowa fair which is in progress at Mason City this This is their fourth Representatives from forty counties Franklii won on a score of 1321 Winnebago county was second with William Russell Wag ner of Willis Danielson of and Verold Brown of constitute the The individual scores were Dia 448 438 and Brackley of TWO FAIRS ARE IN FULL SWING WEEK Grundys First Day was Tuesday Butler Countys at Tuesday was the opening day of the Grundy county fair at Grundy On Friday afternoon last Ackley was favored with a serenade by what they chose to term a Little German band that had made the circuit of a dozen towns in Grundy and Hardin announcing the fourdays At beginning Wednesday with the the annual fair has been in full swing and will con tinue on through to and including One of Hardins Most Prominent Men Mayor of Charles a resident of El dora and Haidin county since died from the effects of monoxide Friday afternoon on the Harned one of the numerous properties under his He Was seated in his automobile when parties who had been fi nally located Born in Ohio in During the past thirty years he had been active in public affairs no campaign in Har din county during that time passed without his active He served as county recorder a term of was postmaster at Eldora a short but resigned he was active in every way politically he was either for or against and his position always Ryan had many of them possibly he made ene mies by reason of his political activ but he was always steadfast to his His unexpected death closes an ac tive He is survived by one son and two He was may or of Let us not lose our good judgment in these times of agricultural dis tress and try to get by force what we should have by orderly legal process Dan Turner said at Riv erview park at Cedar Falls Monday aft ernoon while addressing people at the twentyfifth annual pic nic of the Benson Co Operative Creamery His sentiments were greeted with resounding may we must community people present at maintain law and If we do j all that our forefathers have j Marshall County fought and died for will be lost to The Marshall county fair it is I called the big fair of central is This was the only reference in the to be in progress at Marshalltown all governors talk to the farm holiday of next Good horse racing and These classed as community fairs and interest people in this par ticular corner of the four and there is a good sprinkling of expense retrenchment in surrounding Wilton was sold by Schneider to states was obtained by the committee John and Frank Weih of Bennett for through a questionaire sent out re an and a Inquiry was made about re ductions in salaries and miscellane ous expense in state educational and penal institutions and general state By way of the com mittee pointed out that the 44th Iowa FELLOWSHIP CLUB movement and highway picketing in good industrial various parts of the He did j with agricultural products not mention the movement by tures of the Most of the governors discussion concerned the reduction of public ex penditures and lowering of Thoughtful people agree that nothing can be accomplished within the state which will do to straighten our present depressed con ditions than to have drastic reduction of he I continue to stand on my original together fea are 60acre farm north of Wilton was tne Union Savings bank to Schneider for or s have per Interesting Session Held Tuesday Evening Good John Hunt was hostess to the Fellowship Club Tuesday It was the annual Praise Miss Ann Humke played a piano A devotional service of the of which was Te Deum Today FATAL ACCIDENT ON HIGHWAY 20 Frank Wholesale the Another fatal accident occurred on highway twenty at about seven o Monday just west of the Rock Island railroad and highway Whitaker was instantly killed when the automobile that he was driving collided with another that was being driven by Haven resident of Whit resident of Iowa was a commercial salesman for the Fowler wholesale grocery company of Wa terloo he was coining from the while Paulsen was running in the opposite The collision oc curred just to the west of the Rock Island who was was well known to Ackley merchants on whom he called in a business way Paulsen is and lives at 416 Allen His in juries were While the accident has no connec tion with the railroad sev eral accidents have occurred and at least three other persons have been killed there within very recent Qf whkh was Deum as made in a message to the genera ticipated in by Miss Loulse Whatever else we let Mrs Misg The last week in September the misionary societies of the First Pres general assembly decreased the 1932 byterian church will be hostessess to 1933 biennium budget of by 3 per cent under the 19301931 appropriation of Of the reports from other the committee said j The state auditor of Kansas re similar organizations from five other churches of Waterloo Presbytery at the second annual group This is in connection with the mission work of Waterloo It will be a one day the meetings occur ports a 10 per cent reduction in ring both morning and A aries of state educational institutions lunch will be served at The six this year 5 per cent in penal instij churches which vnM be tution salaries and 8 13 per cent in general state office It is an From page one ONLY TWODAY SEASON SCHEDULED THIS FALL FOR PHEASANT HUNTERS DES MOINES pheasant season this fall will be lim ited to two days the state fish and game commission announced Thurs Dates of the and the open counties will be announced la Petitions for open seasons trom landowners and counts made of the number of birds will govern the des ignatipn of open it was Two days in the period be tween 15 and will be chosen for the open and John Shugar and throughout the week at the daughters Bernice and Hazel and son ens Heykens and William were at Labor he children visited numerous friends day in attendance of the third dis or in r i Heyk at Knoxville from Wednesday till Frank McGreevy and daugh Rita and visited five days trict picnic of the Iowa rural mail after several days visit at the home of and at the home of and Russel her at Fort the latter formerly Miss returned to Aekley McGreevy tel Mabel Pentel and Donald Den are attending Ellsworth college Doepke has had his residence place Hsmig did the are those at Mason Aplington and Presbyterial officers who will speak are Dick of Aplington and Sec retary of Missionary Education and Presbyterial FINED AND COSTS Judge Fry of holding court in this fined Louis Rummel and costs when he plead guilty to a charge of operating an automo bile while under the influence of li quor Rummel was also deprived of his privilege to drive an automobile His appeal bond was placed at publisher of the Register Grundy was in the city last Friday for a short He is secretary of the Grundy County fair association and made the rounds of twelve or fourteen towns last Friday afternoon boosting the fair whichis in prog ress there this week The World Journal acknowledges a fraterna Sacred Heart Sacred Heart school began its ses sions Tuesday There ar between forty and fifty children in attendance Miss Gladys Carroll went to Siou City Monday She went ther to continue her duties as teacher i one of the grade schools of the Miss nave t Miss He referred to the fact that the flnd clarencc A stewardship reading How Gods Blessing Came to Sleepy as told by Aunt Sally was given by Two poems A Little Rhyme and a Little and Its You were egislature and the state officers had reduced taxes in Iowa by We do not want to economize to he point where our efficiency in gov ivnment will be he con WHAYLEN TRIAL OPENS inued but it is possible to by lepartments so as to bring about urther savings to the taxpayers of he The governor discussed some phas es of national including n medium and the taking care of the exportable which governs the prices of products on home The address ts was not political in Whats the matter thought r lost several was several Hell Get Some New Louis Coordes appeared to be a bit downcast Tiiesday a friend who chanced to meet noting that he appeared to be was led to inquire he friends and continuing on he volunteered the information I had of my teeth pulled out today they had been with me all of 65 years or Ive put in an order for new and Ill be feeling better Quite a but they had served him faithfully and GNelson of visited last week end at the home of and and Schultz and and Heerts her as far as Clear Lake where they met Nelson and The Nelson fam ily returned to their home at A from Miss Katherine Kearns at Elat Africa was read by Miss Mae This concern ed Miss Kearns work and experience on the mission field and revealed the j fact that she will soon be enjoying I her first furlough in the She has been at Elat Station three Miss Kearns father is pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Council Miss Ann Humke talked about the many ways in which thanks may be offered to thus leading up to the thank offering which was a candle light Each member brought her offering which had been placed in an envelope bearing a Bib lical verse in keeping with the it of Each quotation before gift was deposit h of waa b Wagon truck loads of home grown watermelons and muskmeloHs are being marketed The home grown are better than melons that Reif offered a prayer of A business meeting and social hour Refreshments were served by the At Cedar Lester who attended State Teachers college at Cedar Falls last left Wednesday to reenter Kenneth another am bitious Ackley has also en tered there he left here The two young men are fortunate in having obtained employment Ken neth will table at one of the fraternity and ninth grades of the Ackley Public schools now comprise Junior High school tenth and twelfth the Senior Misses Erna and Amanda Hagen AT GRUNDY CENTER Trial of Cressy of charged with murder in connection with the shooting of his F1 o r ence May at will start 19 in district Whaylen is accused of shooting hia stepmother as she sat in an auto mobile on one of the Whaylen farms near Reinbeck July He is in jail at Grundy HARDIN CORN WILL BE READY MONTH EARLIER ELDORA With reasonably dry weather in this section of the county many farmers will be able to begin cribbing the 1932 yield of corn in the latter days of practically a month earlier than in the usual From every section comes the report that the yield Is fair and the quality and Kachelhoffee and members of the have re turned kome from Minne where they had been for a pe visiting The time was pleasantly spent while there they had the pleasure of renewing ac quaintance with many old time are shipped This h the general stein visited friends in and Des Moines the first of the week Miss To Dorothea Jacob left early Monday morning for Penn She has been at the home of her and She continues on as a director of the play A Womanless and Brittell accom panied their the Misses Evelyn and to Cedar Wednesday The daughters will be students at Coe college during the college year which has just be Ed Stebens and three Misses and Hertha Stebens of visited Wednesday till Saturday with and Stebens is Crokers father   

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