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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - October 6, 1932, Ackley, Iowa VOLUME GREATCROWD MEETS PRESIDENT HOOVER PSTIMATED SAW AND HIMVTES MOINES OCTOBER really Pleased with Reception Ten derwl Him Speech Broadcast to All Sections of It is estimated that people saw President Hoover at Des Moines Monday His speech was an other keynote that was directed to solidify the waivering ranks in the agricultural middle including Speaking to Indianians at from the rear of his he said I had believed in sportsman but I have received widespread reports of personalities being spread in this area When it is said that I sat in the White House without trying to help you with ev ery ounce of my then I say such statements are in tolerable Optimism Hoovers optimism grew as his campaign swing continued in a re ception more enthusiastic than had been anticipated and climaxed by the ovation accorded him when he spoke in Des Two more stops for rear platform speeches were sched Van Wert and He commented on the Des Moines reception in the words In that very remarkable recep I see a rising determination to fight for sound This is the sort of real enthusiasm we need in the STATE TEACHERS MEETING To Be Held at Des 3 to 5 Important No other year after brings such array of talent to the state as does the Iowa State Teachers This annual bringing to Des Moines of great per sonalties is founded upon the prin ciple that teachers should have the opportunity of coming into personal contact with those men and women who are making a distinct contribu tion to American not only in the field of but also in all those phases of our lives which have to do with the promoting and enrich ment of our It is probable that at no other time nor place in the year will there be gathered together for three days such a brilliant group of thinkers and speakers and as will be at Des November No board of education can make a mis take in permitting its teachers to attend that important BURGLARIZE TREASURY Blow Safe in Buchanan County Court House Took Loot taken from the Buchanan County Treasurers office at Inde in the third of a series of robberies Tuesday totalled close to rather than the which the county treasurer reported after the first The board of supervisors have en tered claim against the insurance company for the amount cov ing damage to the building when the safe was blown open as well as the money A Few Days at the Blakely of and his two returned home from and a locat ed about 150 miles northwest of Min early in the past They went there to plenty of they report having caught some nice and Beving of Spen cer are visitors at the home of Sen Beving is a daughter of The three witnessed the sights at the Dairy Uttle Congress at Wed Governor White Coal Strike in Ohio Murray Onrec Whites tonpoint program for settle ment of the southern Ohio bituminous coal strike WHS accepted by reprosont ntives of the minors ata rtplpsa1o meeting called to ratify an informal agreement reached mine union offi operators and the governor Meeting at the call of their union lend minors delegates voted 72 to 24 for ratification of the ponce Their notion ended n strike which started February when the opera tors effected n reduced The scale stipulated In the govern ors plan is slightly higher than the operators calling for 38 cents ton on machinemined conl ant a day for WHOLE Dry Agent Kills Man Jefferson federal prohibition said n man Identified as Claude Brown had been shot and killed by How ard county deputy during a on a still near FRANKLIN BOYS WIN Will Have Pleasure of Visiting Dairy Franklin Countys 4H Dairy Judg ing team scored another victory at the Dairy Cattle Congress at Water when they won the dairy judging contest with a score of They will now be known as the Iowa Champion 4H Dairy Judging Members of the team are Wil liam Diamond and Russel Wagner of and Willis Danielson of Verald Brown of Hamp ton was The team was coached by County Agent of Franklin William Diamond tied with Loren Abele of Hancock county for state champion judge of all dairy breeds with a score of 523 Russel Wagner garnered 511 points and eleventh place in the contest and Willis Danielson 513 The team was scheduled to broadcast Tuesday from station Wednesday they will enter the national contest of State teams held this year in con nection with Cattle As an award for winning the state contest the team will be given a trip through the dairy sections of Wisconsin and with all expenses paid by the Iowa Brown Holstein and Jer sey Breeders Associations in cooper ation with the Dairy Cattle Congress and Iowa State Dairy Other awards are a beautiful leath er billfold to each member of the and a fine fountain pen and pencil set to their As high man in judging all William Diamond will receive an Eastman Kodak besides a Diploma of Judging SPIRITED GAME Miand Elmer Seidschlag of were in the city several days the past going rounds of Seid g is a daughter of and Bunte continues in serious Subscribe for WorldJournal AcldeyGreene High SchooJ Football Teams Have Lively j The football teams representing Ackley high school and Greene high played an interesting game In Friday It was give and nip and tuck from be ginning to but the visitors were lucky in scoring two The Ackley squad were within scoring distance several but failed to Attendance at the game was very BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Interest The accidental explosion of a gun while Donald was on a hunting was blamed Monday for his The youths body was dis covered Sunday and County Coroner Glesne of Fort Dodge decided Schmidt had shot himself accidentally while climbing through a Knights of Pythias of the Fifth will be held at October Meetings are to be held both afternoon and evening and a program rendered in the Folkers who has been spending several weeks at the Fred Janson home in has re turned Janson continues in poor L manager of the Pen ny store at has been trans ferred to the companys store at Wa of Seybold was in Cedar Rap ids Tuesday attending a council meet ing of the Iowa District of churches of his COURT ON THE 24TH JUDGE CLOCK OF HAMPTON WILL GRIST Truck Line Makes Another Effort to Get Commissions Consent to Run There are indications that October term of court that convenes at El tlora on the will be a busy one many cases have been filed and oth ers are on the so that by the limo that the last day for filing is the docket will be a big Judge Clock of will pre Judge Fry held an adjourned ses sion last Friday and disposed of sev eral cases Jack third of charged illegal possession of was given a threeyear term at Anamosa DeWitt plead not guilty to a charge of assault with intent to commit great bodily Several judgments were ordered Bernice Rowe was granted a divorce from Dallas and Rosa Classen freed from her Jesse Clas There is a long list of holdover cases and the new casos entered at present are close to WANT TO RUN THROUGH ifrady Company of Ask for Trucking The Brady Transfer company of within the past week have made application of the state high way commission to operate a truck line from that city to through A hearing was giv en them at The Brady line is running through at regardless of whether they have authority to do as a common carrier or not the applica tion is They were re fused permission several months Shippers all the way between the two points attended the hearing there is no demand for such a service for the reason that the Illinois Central supplies every reasonable demand furthermore the Illinois Central con tributes annually in taxes to the general treasury of Hardin coun ty it pays a like amount and more in in each county through which this truck line proposes to run the truck line destroys the paved highways that have been built at heavy expense to taxpayers the truck lines pay the railroad builds and maintains its own employs a half dozen to a score or more men in every town along the trucks destroy even the railroad workers The if it bases its judgment on will refuse the applicants as they did Out of the Relatives in Ackley have received intelligence to the effect that Louie a former resident of this has recovered sufficiently to enable his removal from a hospital at to the family home at A broken ap pendix was the reason for the opera The Fisher family removed to Kansas twentyeight years Jolly Ate club was entertained Wednesday at the home of Rising Star Chapter meets in regular session Friday Say it with printers Use of Iowa Coal Aids Unemployment The tonnage in Iowa coal for the first eight months in 1932 showed an increase of tons as compared to the same period in according to Hugh Lundy of secretary of the Iowa Coal In in commenting on the outlook for the use of the state product this The action of many boards of school in dustrial and household users in turning to Iowa coal this year is evidence of the popular reception given the state If farm thrifty mer public officials and large industrial including manu railroads and are really interested in relieving no better oppor tunity presents itself than to support an industry second only in importance to that of agricul COUNTY GATHERING Republicans of Hardin Were at Republicans of Hardin county were in conference at last Satur day Giving consideration to plans for getting out the vote at the November It SB noted that the big spokes in the wagon are about as loyal as although admittedly the old machine is not running as smoothly as matters publican in one of Iowas strongest republican counties ordinarily The evidence is that there is dissatis plenty of the evi dence has been swallowed before and although the faithful are not theyre expecting to take their Of course none of those who open ly have declared Ive never voted a democratic ticket before in my but Im going to vote one this were at that particular gettogether TO ENTERTAIN VIS1TINGMOBS Iowa Disrict of Evangelical to Meet in Ackley Twentytwo churches of the Johns denomination all belonging to the Iowa hold a twoday conference at the Johns church in Ackley Monday and Tues day 10 and Eighty or more delegates are Speak ers and conference talent includes Timothy of Elm tiurst who will speak Monday evening and will also be present throughout the ses sion of the Womens Union and Brotherhoods of the denomination Walter Ditt Elkader Carl Rest of Mar shalltown Matzner of Marshall town and Graber of Nash The general public is invited to attend any and all of these held and eve Monday and Ladies organizations of the church will serve the meals the Ladies Aid society will have charge of the dinner Monday noon the Helping Hand sup per Monday the Ladies the Tuesday dinner and the Crescent Club lunch Tuesday Mem bers of the congregation will enter tain delegates to tho convention in thoir USING ROUND ROBIN CHECKS AT EAGLE GROVE The Fellowship Club of the First Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of The general home topic was Alaska the foreign topic Miss Mae Tool led devotionals which concerned Kachel Pearl and Clarence Humke discussed articles pertaining to Bakkers topic concerned Haines House Mis sion A business meeting was To Princeton a son of and Wal kes of Walkes fa pastor of the church there has gone to New to enter Princeton The young man appreciates the fact that an educa tion is one of the things that does not rust nor and it is some thing that cannont be taken and it affords a of satisfac tion to a man all through the A broken shoulder blade caused Hofmeistcr be taken to Iowa City recently for medical The broken several weeks agpv but unattended had not caused much An examination re vealed the SHERIFF CLOSES TWO RURAL DANCE HALLS Owners of Barn Dances Fined For Lack of Eagle Grove merchants and busi ness men have just put into circula tion 500 round robin checks in the denomination of one dollar They will be redeemable only after each one has been spent 30 when they will be cashed at either of the banks in Eagle All must be by The plan is one that will put of additional circulating medium into the community and this when spent 30 will pay worth of The checks are large enough so that 30 blanks are printed at the When the thirtieth signa ture is the check is redeemed at either bank in the TO CALIFORNIA Ella Roth and Members of the Leave for Ella Roth and son and Bernard Nixt and their little and Roths Vincent are leaving today for California their destination is near Los Nixt is Roths Roth has rented her residence place in and they go to the west followed by a social Refresh coast with the intention of making ments were served by the j their home there Rela Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society tives and their many friends at home will meet in the church parlors here will wish them a safe and pleas Thursday ant journey and health and happiness in what is to be their new Ack As announced elsewhere in this ley and south Franklin county has Grand said to be been home to them through many the years greatest attraction on stage or is now released at popular prices and is to be shown at the Metropolitan Iowa next Monday and October Award Down with Typhoid Frank Pekareck is numbered among the typhoid fever victims at Iowa Falls Lawrence daugh ter of and McMannis of this and one of their The state highway commission has are also among the Both awarded the contract for completion Pekareck and Graham were Sheriff Fred Schwieger and his deputies closed two barn dances in Franklin county and arrested the op erators of them for running dance halls without a state One of the places closed was located in West Fork and was managed by Fred the other was lo cated a mile south of Sheffield highway 65 and was operated by Lloyd Both Davis and Merriss pleas of guilty when arraigned be fore Justice of the Peace Parks in Hampton last Monday Justice Parks fined each of them and Both men claimed they did not know they were required to have a and Davis said that he would get one and continue hia said the venture was not a sufficiently paying proposition for him to get a The two places were visited by Sheriff Schweiger and his men after numerous complaints had been made by residents in the communities in which the dances were System Always Pays C Brown of Mechanicsville keeps a farm record because it pays In two cases his records have saved him nearly by proving that accounts had been Brown bought wire amounting to from a hardware dealer December 5 and paid cash for hia When he returned home that the days business was eii tered in the The following spring he received notice to pay this As Brown puts I took my book and showed it to When he had satisfied himself that my en try was bpna with no erasures or alterations and in regular order as to he decided he had no better evidence that the bill had been I this saved me enough to pay me for my time and bother for keeping records for several years and at the same time I have all the different transactions for reference at hand at any In another instance Brown had to use his records to prove to a har ness dealer that an account had been Brown is the oper ator and partner of Secor breeders of Hereford one mile west of Cleon Farm Management Adviser FourCounty Farm Business Associa of the west strip on highway twen through Ackley on the county line The completed cost will be in excess of former residents of Krell is attending Waterloo Presbyterial in session several days this week at She left for The per I that city At and accompa nied by their Misses Es ther and were at Marshall Friday wha recently underwent a serious cal went again to Deacon ess Returned From Rembd of the West Friesland German P r e s b y terjan church and Wal kes have returned home from where they had been in attend ance at a News was recently received by rel atives in Ackley of the birth of a to and Elmer Aarhus of Aarhus was Miss Gertrude daughter of and formerly of this One of the Lower Grades about the Fourth TOP John Rube Alice Ruth Ella Martha John Pearl Lillian Kenneth Harvey SECOND Irene Elizabeth Hazel Luora Carol Elizabeth Pearl Marie Bertha BOTTOM Gordon Roy Henry August Oscar Will Ben Will Fred and Henry Gnade are contemplating removal to the until a short time owned by Fred They have been living in the Lutterman Up a Eggs have advanced another cent u dozen and now are quoted at 21 Cash or same It is an
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