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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - October 13, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin OCTOBER WHOLE ffidefs of the WH senator Whom Intimates Have Dubbed HcH Roaring Gets Illuminating republican senator for the state of who gave the key note address at the nation al republican convention at who has been making declara tions that are little better than an riehtyearold school boy might ets a few pipefulls from Louis democracys candidate for the In an address at Albia last Friday the able Dubuqucr assailed a statement at tributed to Senator Dickinson that the state of the public mind brought on the depression in a campaign speech It is reassuring to learn from an authentic source what caused the de Murphy Just a state of Just fearing the worst brought on the In that event all we need is a new and different state of Senator Dickinson ought to try that sublime on thou sands of farmers have lost their homes and the thousands more who face foreclosure on the farmers who cant make enough to pay taxes on the jobless who cant get work on the merchants driven into bankrupt cy on the manufacturers whose fires are banked on the depositors of moue than closed Iowa He ought to tell them that theyre suffering merely from a state of and they brought it on them The more Senator Dickinson says on this campaign the more is one in dined to believe that he doesnt ex pect to be a candidate for reelec FUNERAL OF JOHN DAY HELD AT DUMONT funeral of John who died at was conducted at the United Brethren church here by pastor of Lehigh Christian assisted by lola Johnson Day was June at She later went to Lehigh with her Her mar riage to John Day of Dumont took place March and they made their home here until a few weeks She was in her 27th year and is survived by her a Rus sell her and two sisters and a and all of the big captain of finance and who fled the appears to be beyond reach at Ath wife of Senator died unexpectedly ut the fam ily home at Kansas Wed nesday Senator Borah of offers a fourpoint plan to retoro the na tions foreign Francis democratic can didate for governor of was taken suddenly by death at Kansas He was His home was at Platte Frank Harris may be No more kid gloves for 32 cam Both sides are throwing all they have into the fight and for coming weeks it may be Prohibition is given blame for countrys crop of outlaws by the American Bar association in session at Thats secretary of agriculture re publican criticises Reed for his Reed fairly took fcha hide off of a number of 3 COUNTY GIRLS WIN jfl PRIZES Best in Home Clothing and Nutrition WAR VET AND WIPE MARRIED 65 YEARS A very unusual wedding anniver sary was celebrated at Iowa Falls recently by and Dutton who have been married sixtyfive They are pioneer residents of Hardin county and lived there mos of their Prior to going to Iowa Falls to make their they re sided at and near They ream a large family of children and despite their advanced are active and Dutton is one of the two surviving civil war veterans living in Iowa and Dutton are known to many WorldJournal Grundy and Hardin 4H club girls team won first honors in the three divisions of competition among the 39 demonstration teams of 4 counties of northeast ac ording to the judges decision given ate Saturday afternoon by Josephine Arnquist j itate 4H club reported in Sunday mornings Waterloo Bakke judged the clothing and a n ning demonstrations and the assisted by Miss Lulu Tre assistant 4H club vho judged the bread and home fur nishings MANY PASTORS HERE MEETINGS WERE HELD AT JOHNS CHURCH Conference Was All That Had Been Hoped for by Those Who Did the The twoday conference of the Iowa Evangelical held nt Johns in Monday and was successful in every The twentytwo congregations that are included in the were represented by pastors and congrega tional All the visitors were well enter tained by the congregational mem bers of Johns the sermons were largely attended and all the social features were enjoyable nothing ap pears to have been left on the part of the local which included the young to provide all the comforts The convention was successful in every MARRIED AT SIOUX FALLS Miss Marie Siems and Robert This Miss Marie daughter of and Henry of and Robert son of William J residents of the country north east of were married at the home of the bridegrooms Wil liam Sioux The bride is a graduate of the Geneva public They will live at the home of the brides par ents until when they will move on a The brides parents gave a wedding supper for the couple the past week and seventyfive friends assembled at the Siems home recently to give the couple a warm 5 William Voy and family gave a reception for and Robert supper having been served to 150 FIRE PREVENTION WEEK This is It People Urged to Examine PHIS is fireprevention week is being nationally ob The state fire marshal has issued a warning to lowans to look carefully and examine closely all stoves before starting Tha statement is made that over eighty per cent of fires in this country are preventable an nually ten thousand lives are property with an estimated value of five hundred million dol lars is Governor Turner is out with a proclamation in which he urges caution and care in order to les sen life and financial FRANKLIN BOYS TARE MORE PRIZES 4H Dairy Judging Team Won Manj New Prizes Given to the Individuals a Blacks Tea Room Governor MACHINES AT CONING ELECTION OO MANY PARTY AND INDE PENDENT TICKETS here are Thirteen and Machines Have Place for Aus tralian O R the general election that is to be held November Hardin ounty voters will not use the mn This is due to the fact that here arc thirteen if single ndividuals running as independ ents are classed as This s in accordance with the ruling tf the states attorney Fletch who holds that each must have its and his separate several of the columns will have the name of only one candidate for Brookhart for Long for gov Miller for secretary of agri culture Schmedike and the several candidates for county office who are to come under the head of independ party Auditor Bridgens and members of the board of supervisors were at Des in consultation with state of and this is the ruling that was Counting the ballots will be a tre mendous Machines have been in use in all elections in the county during the nearly ten years Creamery The Parkeraburg creamery is to reopen 1 after having been dosed several McLean of Durango will be Andy Knock is president and Sherwood is Sher until two weeks ago when he sold had been publisher of the Parkersburg Eclipse nine REINBECK MAN GETS 66 HEAD OF FEEDERS John farmer near has received 66 head of feeding cattle weighing about 400 pounds Ho Purchased them at Kansas City for about per CLADBROOK 120ACRE FARM BRINGS t The Mann 120acre farm near Tama has been to Howard Glass for an Possession be given in March Fayette Fayette county with Miesgeier as gave its demonstration on Making Foot Other awards in the home furnishings group were Mus catine on Closet Accesso Delaware county Mitchell county Benton Laundering of Lace and Kid was the demonstration of the Grundy county leading in the clothing Miss Viola Peters is the leader of this which has the name of Classy Country club of Grundy Linn county Marion ette club with a demonstration on Dress Accessories was Linn county Twinola club with Dresses for Many and Franklin county First in Hardin county Sunshine Sallies j led by Nels were first in the nutrition bread and can ning class with a demonstration on Uses of Canned Other winners were Chickasaw Happy Hearts club on Canning of Tama county Winneshiek There were 14 teams from nine counties entered in the home furnish ings 11 teams from seven counties in the clothing section and 14 teams from eight counties in the nutrition Attracted Ackley and many from the coun try were in attendance at the dairy cattle congress and national Belgian horse show at during the past The exhibits were simply immense the horses in every ment outclassed all previous exhibi that is a broad statement and every other department was Entertainments given at the particularly the ex hibitions of saddle and driving surpassed anything else attempted during the time that the congress has been a public attrac tion the acrobatic features anything seen in the largest The indus trial side of the weeks show was complete and THEY HAVE SURPLUS Grundy County Fair Association Re ports Profit in BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Three men in a car crowded Bailey of Eagle to the at on Kimball last Saturday and held him up They took from Henry editor of Des spoke at the Congregational church at Sunday on Readjusting to the New Rev J Wieneke conducted the funeral service over the remains of Emma 74 in Pat ricks Catholic church at Cedar last Saturday and Elmrr Mangle of Mason City visited in the Thomas Fa hey home The M Aid will meet Thursday next Giese will be assisted by Frank The financial report of the Grundy county fair shows that this years lair closed with a profit of To tal receipts for the season were which includes state aid and county The ex penses of this years fair were Returns From Excelsior Ethel McCord has returned home from the Iowa hotel convention at Elcelsior held there October 9 and 10 at the Elms Ho She was accompanied by H Snow of West Harry Law of and Margaret Mc Donald from The Iowa Ho tel operators were the invited guests of Gene Eppley who operates The The chief topic discussed was adjusting leases and rates to meet the This Looks Like The Chicago Great Western rail road has placed an order for 500 freight 300 boxcars and 200 This is an evidence of faith and the Great Western wants to be prepared to take care of its Democrats at Democrats of Hardin county are called to meet at the court house at next Saturday The purpose is to organize more thor Cent a Corn huskers in the vicinity of Blairstown are being offered one cent a bushel or one dollarjper and MrsLeonard Kingery were at enjoying a visit at the home his The Franklin County 4H Judging Team which won the stat contest at the Dairy Cattle Congres at Waterloo last week placed 4th ii the national contest between stat Members of the team wer Willis Willian Diamond and Russel Faulk Verald wa They were coached b county agent H a m i 1 Awards to members of the team oth er than those previously listed were Willis of judging efficiency William Par ker fountain pen from The Country a gold medal from the American Jersey Cattle a silver trophy from the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Asssn for being state champion judge in that In the showmanship contest Satur Verald Brown was champion showman over all and awarded a Parker fountain pen from the Coun try Gentleman and a Stewart Electric Clipmaster from the Chicago Flexible The awards were made at the an nual banquet at Blacks tea room Friday at which Turner was the main Caught and Sentenced A short time ago a general store that is conducted by Albert at over in Story was burglarized and considerable general merchandise carried At the time suspicion was centered on nearby home and this proved to be Four young the oldest little more than were given a court proven and given jail sen The proprietor of the Albert is a brother of Jasper living on a west of Ackley and north of Iowa DIED AT CRESOO HERE FOR A DAY from his home south of Iowa was in Mon day afternoon seeing some of the He is a a candi date for member of the board of su a successful farmer just how successful he says Ive man aged to hold my farm and keep it during those years of socalled He also states that Im the only candidate who is willing to accept corn in exchange for a He is hearty and happy and one of the states best checker Rural Route Rural mail route number running northwest and out of has been lengthened six which includes fourteen some of whom have been receiving their mail through the Iowa Falls Service is to begin next The extension is from the John Aldinger corner west to highway and back to the Thornton TAX FIGURES SHOWN FOR HARDIN HEAVY TOTAL TAXABLE VALUATION Amount Raised for General State Purposes is on Mon ies and Credits Rais es Elias Ferric Funeral Held Monday Father of Miss Dorothy Elias died at his farm home northwest of Cresco Friday His wife died about two years He leaves one son and three Funeral services will be held Mon day morning at the Assumption the Dough Burial will be at Calvary Deceased was a sonof the late John pioneer settler of How ard Deceased was the father of Miss Dorothy at present and dur ing several years a grade teach er in Ackleys public To Spend Millions in New Advertising Atlantic The American Gas association has voted to spend a year for three years to advertise in magazines and other Conrad Lauer of said individual members of the association plan to spend on advertis ing in the next 10 State Has Paved 231 Miles During Year A report by the state highway commission Saturday revealed that Iowa has built more than 231 miles of paving on primary roads this Last month miles were com bringing the states total of paving on primary highways to MEET OCTOBER 18 Legion Posts of Hardin to Gather at Iowa The American Legion post at Iowa will be host to posts of Hardin countv on Election of officers for the county organiza tion will take A program and banquet also are The Atlantic Pacific store at was burglarized Friday Cigarettes and in change The Christian Reformed church at Grundy held a mis sion feast Again Travel over highway twenty has again been through Ackley on Main street from the travel is across the rail road tracks to the extreme west end of thence north two blocks to highway at the Lin demann service This is be cause of the paving work that has been begun to connect the open stretch of highway from the Jacob and Hofmann corner to the west HerringConies to Hardin To Deliver an Address The Clyde Herring of Des democratic candidate for the governorship of is billed for two addresses in Hardin county he is to speak at Iowa Falls on October and at at the court on Saturday the Leaves Station in a Bad As a result of the high grade that was constructed and the highway paving to the approach to the via duct over the Illinois Central tracks at the east end of Roy Wes sels gasservice station is hardly approachable from any It prac tically puts him out of un less the highway commission finds a way of making a clearing for All newspaper readers are inter ested in the cost or tax therefore the following figures should prove profitable reading The total taxable value of property in Hardin county for 1931 was A tax of one mill should raise approximately Moneys and credits totaled The total tax on moneys and credits at five mills would be around The total amount raised in the county in 1931 for general state pur according to Auditor Bridgens was The state soldiers relief cost the people of Hardin county The gen eral county expense was court costs the the state soldiers road fair The above figures do not include income or special Neither does it take into ac count the sums various parties pay for chattel mortgages placed on auto mobiles and other the latter being selfimposed WILLFORD TO SPEAK Waterlooan is to Be in This City Next Saturday Willford of is to be in and in the evening will deliver a political ad the if weather per He will discuss issues from the democratic point of He hopes to be elected to succeed Congressman Raise Milk All dairies and dealers in Iowa Falls have raised the price of milk from 4 and 6 cents per quart to 8 The dairymen had been in dulging in a rate war and made the new price as the result of a get together and mutual Some of the farmers who delivered milk to the sold it to them for 2 cents a LISTEN TO THIS DUCKS DUCKS DUCKSt Good news for Iowa hunters was reported Monday by government rangers on the Mississippi river near the IowaMinnesota line in the vicin ity of They said ducks are coming in from the north by the and Will Scallon enter tained at a luncheon complimen tary to Lizzie Those present were and Hetz ler of Harpers and Louis Scallon and and Conrad In the game of football that was played on the home grounds in this city last Friday between Ackley high school and the Conrad Ackley 12 to Two bita of hard luck for the Henry The death of Henry Adams occurred at Her remains were brought to Ackley for interment She was Obituay to t   

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