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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - September 22, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                otmmi VOLUME Official S1ATE PAID FOR ASSESSMENTS METHOD OF TAXING PROPERTY IN IOWA IS VERY EXPENSIVE SEPTEMBER WHOLE IBtlefe of tfoe fiDonting Three StateEduconal Institutions Received r fax Money and F Interesting bulletins are being sent out from time to time by the State Committee on Reduction of Govern mental all tending to show how expenses have steadily grown from year to until they have reached the burdensome proportions of the Among two interest ing bulletins received the past week were one which shows what our ma jor state educational institutions are costing and the other the prelim inary expense of listing property for both of which it would in the light of present condi might be very materially re Cost of Assessors While the assessed values of real and personal property in Iowa have been steadily the cost of assessing has according to an investigation by the Legislative Committee on Reduptlon of Govern mental For while the total as sessed values in Iowa of realty and personalty amounted to 000 in the assessment cost of which was it cost to assess worth of property in In it oost nearly more to assess about five hundred million less dollars in assessed value of realty and per These figures are taken from the reports on County Finances by the State Auditors They include salaries and wages paid as sessors but do not include the cost of assessment ledgers and records which amounts to a considerable ad ditional State School Over of the 1931 total state general property tax levy of went for the support of the three major state educational in To page eight The Franklin county boys 4H dairy judging team won first honors in the annual contest at the Clay county fair held at with a score of 966 The Dick inson county team was second with 908 points and Webster county placed third with 900 William Dia mond of Faulkner was high man on the championship team and high individual of the contest with a score of 333 Russell of was second high individual with 328 Diamond also won first and Wagner second individual honors in the dairy contest at tha North Iowa Willis Danielson of the third member of the won fifth in in dividual Verald Brown of Hampton was the alternate on the The next contest in which th Franklin county team will take part will be the Dairy Cattle Congress at October Next the missionary societies of the First Presbyterian church will be hostesses to similar organizations from fiv churches of Waterloo Presby The meetings will occur morn and Luncheon will be served at noon at the The six lurches which will be represented are those of Mason Dowa and Presbyterial officers will be and there will be gues Women of the church are to Primary election in Wisconsin Governor LaFollette loses republican nomination to Koehler Senator Elaine to Wisconsin democrats have re turned Primary vote for progressive Roosevelt gives views on util ities at Big cor porations charged with Russian government hacks Ger many in its stand for armed equal Germany adamant in President Hoover will speak at Dos 4 a bid for 110 presidential electors of midwest ag ricultural PARLEY CALLED BY NEW PARTY To Nominate Brookhart Sep tember Call for a new party convention to meet at at 1 to nominate a candidate for United States was issued TuesiUy by Frank Lund of Webster GRUNDY VALUES LOWER THAN TOWN AND OTHER PROP ERTY FOR TAXATION Difference is Tax Levies are Lower Than for the Previous Miss Mildred Schultz has enrolled as a student in the Commercial during the past AN APPLE TREE BLOOMS FOR THE THIRD TIME TELLS GROCERS TO GIVE CREDIT Potter Points to Irofit in Build Credit should be extended as a con vonience in Elmer Pot secretary of the Des Moines Re tail Grocers told mem of the Iowa Retail Grocers and Moat Dealers association at Hotel Kirkwood Tuesday properly means an increase in your business and a large r rate of profit for Potter No Money on I Cash customers shop from store to buying only the And you know you dont make money on these Potter explained the credit applica tion form used by his and urged the members to get up one of your Books i Let one person in your store have charge of opening accounts and col OF COURSE IT PAYS Ackley Merchant Tells of Results of in advertising pay we have this testimonial from Ammann of Em mann that his advertising in the WorldJournal brings g r a t ifying Renders of WorldJournal adver tising will recall that in the is sue of two weeks Ammann offered ten pounds of granulated sugar for 42 with another He states that they sold over a thousand pounds on the Friday and Sat urday that the price was Ammann nre convinced that money expended for adver tising in the World Journal is money well It is a nice and we can affirm the statement long established that satisfied cus tomers are our best FOOTBALL Hell be on the job and your Squad Wins in Game With books will be cleaner at the end of Eldora Friday six Jean Carroll of the Meredith Publishing Des urged Ackley Highs football warriors re turned home last Friday evening VSVSi ii UA association members to cut down on where they had your inventories and tie up your sales won the jtirst gridiron efforts with nationally advertised Build These goods are sold to your customer before she comes into your IN SEATTLE GREET RDOSEVELT Cify Gives Him Most Rousing Wel come of His WATERLOO PRESBYTERY AT LINCOLN Thirty Churches to Send Delegates to 2728 Off brands are meaningless unless quality and service are The score was Ackleys In spite of the fact that ths Wl Hams squad was heavier than Ack and that the locals backfield was rather far west ern city Tuesday gave Franklin Democratic nominee for not only the greatest re ception in point of but tho most enthusiastically popular greet ing the governor has received during his entire trip across the From to of the citys population lined the streets for A Paper They cheered Governor Roosevelt as no other crowd has cheered and gave him his first paper snow storm from high office The candidate rode in an open the body of which was completely covered with pink His Pan ama hat was forsaken for a felt The weather was crisp enough for a light Republican Bocks With all three Seattle newspapers committed to and with riuch discontent over economic con are people in this city alone depending on charity it is generally believed Seattle will o for the Democratic nominee by a ig Mayor John i lected by a tremendous majority just a year has indorsed the 1 ew York governors candidacy and conferred with him during the day Lirtccln Presbyterian church will he host to the Waterloo Presbytery of Pjresbyterian churches on 27 and Thirty churches will be rep resented by pastors and The meeting opens Tuesday morn ing with two Ben will speak on Tha Principles of and Bruce Cedar will discuss A Means to World Ida Wise state president of the Womens Christian Temper ance will speak in the evening on This will be a public The session on Wednesday will bt largely devoted to business and the election of delegates to the synod session at Sioux Guests Wednesday evening last at the Heerts home were Will Heerts her Miss Wil ma Heerts a daughter of Will Miss Francis and three sons and their of Grundy Cen was Ackleys almost from the begin bout thc progreSB of the ning all functioned The Budding up community confidence at of the half was County Auditor Eggleston reports the total valuations in Grun dy county for are ess than in The figures are temized and compared with 1931 as ollows 1932 1931 Pe r s o n al property Railway Ixpress Telegraph Electric Telephone Vtoney a n cl credits in your store was advocated by of the National Cash Reg ister Price appeal has been run into the America must get back to he VISITORS HERE MIEKLEY DIED AT 120 in Ackloys favor and the last TIARSHALLTOWN FRIDAY half they played on the Not once did Williams threaten to heir ball was at any time Left Ackley Six Weeks Ago the course of the be Had Made His Home yond their forty yard Tomorrow Friday com Fred because of the Total county tax for next year have been made and ap proved by the board of supervisors In the nine towns of the county only than a cub on the Tribune which was two Holland and have a larger being published by Van Metre Wil levy than for this Holland the democratic newspaper of 370 mill increase and Stout Waterloo and Black Hawk They had been at Iowa Falls i during the Van mg a mills gain are as follow 1932 Grundy Center Reinbeck Wellsburg l4445 Morrison Stout 1933 i 887 addressed the democratic womens Horace is just a chip Off the old and Corton is fortunate in having married Miss Margaret Van and there are several Sharp was hostess to the Chester White Hog Sold for Cows at old Duch ess tree which bloomed this spring and produced a full crop of is showing bloom here for the third this It put forth its second crop of blossoms in July while loaded with TEACHERS INSTITUTE FOR GRUNDY COUNTY TO BE 2324 The Grundy County Teachers in stitute will be in session Friday and 23 and 24 in the high school building in Grundy County Superintendent Earl re ports that the principal speakers will be superintendent of schools in Anna Loy of the department of educa tion of Tarkio Tarkio and Charles superintendent of schools of Orange Miss will give a demon stration in and Henry Janssen re turned Monday from a two weeks visit at various points in and They re port having had a very pleasant out and Ubben and family will move 1 to the Ryan They have tenanted a house belong ing to Smith during the past several The HomeBuilders class of the Presbyterian church will enjoy a potluck supper at the church this A social evening will fol A bible conference was in session the First Baptist church at Ap and Tues 19 and Tuesday The 82 township districts but generally they run less than 10 mills lower for next club that evening of this played with Eldora High Con about six weeks siderable interest will be attached at Deaconess hospital in that The Horace Van mencing at a garrm be condition of his left here for companied by for many years employed as a reporter on the Daily Courier of were in the city a short time last Thursday dropping in at the WorldJournal office to exchange a few newspaper and other tales with the is one of the Couriers workers Van Metre is one of the twins who came to Vans house when the publisher was little more this game because last season Ackley city last Miekley had played Eldora to a tie score of 7 to made his home at Hotel Ackley dur This with Bartling at right jng thepast ten enjoying good tackle Aldinger at health until a few months and and Schwinger at the game he went to to the home promises to be another closely of his hoping that his con matched affair and the locals are dition might improve it did not and determined that the score at the end he went tcTlhe His death is of the game will be at least 7 to 0 attributed to uremic in Ackleys Born in Wisconsin in he came Nineteen boys have volunteered as to this section of Iowa with his par candidstes for football this and ents and other members of the fam Coach Liedtkes plans are to have i they located on a farm in Ger two Very much enthusiasm man and were was evidenced at last Fridays game among the earliest He was with Many Ackley boost ers or rooters accompanied the team and thus lent their encourage ment which aided in the Ack leys team of 32 promises to be a winning team throughout the continued local en thusiasm and support will be appre ciated few recreations are more en joyable than good football so treat and help the boys FARMERS OF HARDIN WILL MAKE UNITED EFFORT TO STOP MORTGAGE FORECLOSURES ON FARMS CONCERTED ACTION TAKEN AT PUBLIC MEETING SATURDAY Hope to Make Efforts Felt and Seek Put Off Final Day of Reck WOULD TAKE POLITICAL STAND Propose to Support Candidates for Public Place Favorable to the Ideas farm all of which frown on political The pur pose sought is just and equitable A check dn wholesale The program adopted First It is of immediate import ance to prevent the further ruin of the members of this organization re sulting from the foreclosure of chat tel mortgages and the enforcement of landlords liens by which mortgagors Three thousand farm residents of tenants have in the past been this Button of Hardin county attend1 completely divested of all means with ed a rally at Lynk a tLs L mi of here Oniwl of Hubtord on 65 i whose object is to procure relief To page four through political Ed was selected COWS SELL AT TO president Dewoy AT SUMNER SALE vice president Iowa secretary Herman El T to and one bull sold for The organization is built on units at tho Sehoenbeck farm sale beginning with school districts and is six and ouehalf nules southeast of fully organized in 12 of 15 townships here last Com m the field with membership of ninety brought from to per acre per cent or more of the farmers in Shoata sold from to most Originated in The organization does not aim to conflict with any of the now existing bfrrovr first Inquire at Has on real estate man of powerful physique and dur ng the greater part of his life he was engaged in farming although he ad worked as a Preced ng him in death were his two broth William and Ferdinand they were also residents of A resident of Miekley of this is his sister in He was jenial and but lived prac ically aside from the acquaint ances that he formed while at the Funeral services ware held at Mar Monday the servics conducted by Seybold of this Inberment was in River iide Soldiers Graves at 4mile Grove Will Be Marked FOR SUPERVISORS Two of Them Were in Last Friday Two candidates for place oh the Hardin county board of supervisors were in last Friday after Neither knew of the others one of the good and substantial residents of who formerly lived over Providence where the family has been known for many years as among the earliest was here but left before Gilbert of Iowa rather Ellis came in later in the Both are democrats both are successful each having in excess of four hundred acres of Hardin county as Gilf bert he has managed to retain the farm and theres no mort gage against it so he natur ally concludes with the business experiences that he has person he would serve well on the board of and Reece has been equally The is for tho term beginning with January and Reece is for the term begin ning with Their long life in Hardin successful as theyare and is sufficient to recommend Gilbert states hell take corn in pay ment of his salary in case he is 200 CERTIFIED BY BREMERS BOARD FOR PAVING JOBS Bronze markers for the graves of the one veteran of 1812 and 1845 and of the seven union sol diers who are buried in Four Mile cemetery will be sought by Charles chairman of a committee representing the cemetery associa The soldier of 1812 and 1845 who is buried in the pioneer cemetery here is The Civil war veterans are John Harvey Owen Louis Martin Ed Silence and Jahn Descendants of pioneer families met at the cemetery recently to mow clear out rubbish and plant Teachers of the Ackley schools re cently organized a club which will meet the first and third Tuesdays The first meeting was Tuesday evening at the hente of Cora Miss Ibach was Bridge furnished the eve nings The Bremer county board of super visors Friday certified the first 200 to be employed on the paving of The 200 were certified from list of more than three hundred ap plications for employment on project which is scheduled to begin on The list of those to be first employed is posted in the office of County Auditor Her man The purpose is to give preference to men who are residents of the coun Butler county with several hun dred applicants for work on highway ten and is pursuing tha same method giving preference ts men residing in the Minnesota Traveler Wonders if Iowa Is Still Safe head Iowas mo tor vehicle Des Monday received a letter from Unumb of asking if an automobile carrying a trailer could safely pass through Unumb said that an Alexandria man was contemplating a trip Texas with a trailer of household goods and feared that farm strike picketers might halt his vehicle and search his The letter asked if Stevens could suggest any identification sign which could be ex hibited on the car to insure its sale Unumb is secretary of the Alex andria Chamber of Say it with printers   

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