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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - November 3, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                otmrol Both FINAL ACTION Political Parties Roll Into Ac tion for Last 10 Washington Rolling their oratorical big guns position both major political nrties are opening during the final n Ls of the presidential campaign a barrage of speech making so effective few voters would escape their that Both parties have called out their heavy artillery for the big For mer Alfred lead off the democrats with speeches in Provi dence and while president Hoover will open up the republican barrage at Franklin demo cratic has speeches sched uled for Brooklyn and New York while President Hoover is slaved to speak in Phila Newark and New York Both parties are directing their heaviest fin in the closing days at the warmly disputed states along tho caster seaboard and in New Eng Tho democrats are backing up their presidential candidate with their two preceding Governor Smith and John Davis and many The republicans are returning the fire with President Hoovers cabinet aidcs and Vice President The final stretch will find the dem ocrats drawing support also from several of the independent republican While the two major parties are thus covering the Norman candidate on the socialist will wind up his campaign with speeches in Mas New York and ASKS STRIKE BE CONTINUED Go Milo Ueno Says Farmers Will Ahead With Des PICTURES IN PRINT NOVEMBER WHOLE FourH Judging Team From Franklin Hoards Dairyman for the week of October published at Atkin in reviewing the re cent competition among the 4H clubs of the presented the the Franklin county boys of whom William Diamond of is one other members of the team are Ver ald Willis Daniclson and Rus sell Diamond won the high individual Inasmuch as twenty four Iowa county teams were entered in the con it is an honor for the Franklin Village of Austinville Had Destructive The Elephant Goes Out on Parade Fire Saturday Night Loss was Friday Morning Skirmishing for Votes Building Owned by Harken Harken Destroyed Mercantile Stock of Selz Vow Complete A destructive fire visited the vil lage of five miles east of Saturday The fire was discovered shortly after midnight and Hamilton County People Get an Extra the sleeping populace was awakened from their but efforts to extinguish the flames were futile Code of Iowa Makes Such thorn is no fire apparatus in the vil HOLD UP PRINTING DELINQUENT TAXES Blasts From the Crack of the Party Month to Gathering of the Faithful Therell Be a Swing Around the Circle Starting From The elephant is going out on pa rade It ia designed to be one of those gala events in which the of the faithful are it is an honor for tho Franklin aparaus n e aided and en county boys Sac county was the ucketbrlgado quickly JNfERPRETlNG the code of Iowa and a band Black Hawk On points fonmd Ackley X as justifymg a month s Black Hawk On points William Diamond of and Loren Abelo of Hancock tied with 523 peints each to decide n coin was flipped and Diamond Sells Sid quite generally in has sold his onehalf in tereat in the Upper Des MoinesRopublican the purchaser is a young man from Backus lived H Aekley fojt1 a time Joe Becker is his He has been and continues OH as postmaster ut Algona evidently likes working fxr Uncle Samuel better than haviug a partnership interest on a hardsheH republican MARRIED SIXTY YEARS fon dipartmtiit Mn tuft tl Jliuittll o 1 1 responded immediatelynt of publishing the deling receiving but their list of Hamilton the efforts directed mainly at savj states taxpay ing The building ers there will have an extra month by Harken and Harken was in which to pay their before to the ground the stock of the list is nlaite general merchandise owned by Seltz was completely Loss to building and mercantile Treasurer Fear states he has had tho matter under consideration for some He concludes that be stock approaches covered by partially cause and Janssen Observe An and resi dents of Ackley during the past thir tyseven prior to which they lived on a passed the sixtieth anniversary of their lasit While Janssen has ex perienced considerable ill health dur ing the past several Jans1 sen is fairly despite his odd and he is out and around visiting among friends and acj quaintances dropping in occasionally at Chris coal office where from eight to ten of the friends gath er almost daily to talk things ranging from presidential candidates tions that he is justified in and that oldtime familiar to The Gangs All Here with Ackley ia the place from which the caravan is scheduled to start every trueblue republican who is anxious to show his colors and whoop it up for is expect ed to get up in the early buckle on his step on the and join the patriotic army According to the schedule the deferring publication one thus a faithful are to assemble in Ackley giving property owners who have not paid their every county in Iowa has tceans of tardy extra thirty days in which to do That section of the code of Idwa which justifies such action on the part of a county treasurer is append Section 7262 from neglect of officers to make or other good real estate cannot be ad vertised and offered for sale on the first Monday of the treasurer shall make the sale on the first Monday of the next month in which tho I required notice can be The county attorney of Hamilton j endorses the treasurers on the ground of other good The treasurers decision to defer pub lication of the list is heralded joy fully by a long list of hardup prop erty not later than a bit eorly for but there are several good lunchrooms here and from that tinoe until tho time will bo taken up with cx i tending the singing the I praises of the and music by the Aldeji I The elephant leaves Ackley at j and heads to Iowa j arriving there at and leaving for Alden at 10 thence to Garden Hubbard at for leaving at for New Steamboat Owasji and back to Iowa Falls at There in seme heavy artillery NINETIETH 111 Id Former Resident Observes an The Journal of contained the following reference to one who for many years was a resident of Ackley Friends Will Honor Civil War of Sauc 3400 Aldrich avenue Civil war will gather at his home to day for a birthday dinner in honor of who is 90 years old to he has lived in Minneapo lis for 10 He served three and a half years in the Civil with the First Iowa His wife and Frank Wilson of arc planning the fete who is tenderly referred to by friends in Ackley as the ColoncV will be pleased to have this brief par agraph from There are few who are better acquainted and more ia miliar with this and the northeast section of Iowa better than family lived in Ackley all of thirty years their four of whom three are Eva school teacher hero who lived in SouHi Dakota of Grundy Frank liv ing At the din ner that was served in his tho table was centered with a beautifully decorated birthday cake red roses and smilax were used in decorating the and in all the occasion HEURY BUNTE Died Saturday After Lingeranxious to bocorao ing Leaders in 13 states of a fanners to tenants Qn fams holiday for higher prices decided at Re wag in the eity of meeting in Sioux City tomorrow to R s t where their many othors in thifi community first the light of day while Milo president of the Na tional Farmers Holiday in an interview declared that well g0 right ahead and that our objectives havent changed a par He added that the spectacular features of the nonselling movement which started in Iowa early in Aug ust were over and had served their purpose but now the real plowhorses are getting down to Adherents of the strike will con duct a masa meeting at the time of the national convention of the Farm ers parent of the holiday in Reno LOUIS MURPHY Democratic Candidate for Sena tor in Jovial Theatre Saturday at BETTER THAN EVER and several big moguls are in the Proved a very happy caravan the Robinson1 in his younger of candidate for reelection was always hearty and vigor to hi place as congressman from the ous a man who took life aa third district all the candidates for found making the best of the bit berths in the court and others anxious to become servants of the j people will j Congressman Robinson will be the principal speaker at a public mootin To pago ei MAKING A RESTROOM Henry Buntc who had lived in nat ja to be held in the Community Ackley from the time of the familys ciuij r0oms at Iowa in the eve removal from a farm near at in Hardin twenty years The call is for all to join the cara died at the family home in this city the more the Saturday afternoon For ft long time she had suffered from cwncer of the Practically Complete for Four County I the HALLOWEEN Halloween ia the name given to the evening before the Festival of All the Vigil of All In Old England it wae the custom to duck for apples and in in other harmless amusements on that Older yet is the custom building dating back to cere monies of tfte On tradition has the witches upset And yeara and years American chil for lrcn have been upsetting everything on Halloween and blaming it on the their zeal is dying Halloween is no longer the saw Janssen was born near Weener in other part of that country he came to America in 1868 and located on a farm near they were married and lived thore fifteen thence to a farm north of Frank Sprung ef Min is a Friday afternoon and evening they were at home to friends and received congratulations and well Forgot Her A press report says that an Algona plans for the Twenty Third Anj lady had sent her corsets to a dry nuai Four County Fair which is to cleaning establishment a short time held December ftth to 9th are ago and the cleaners found 50 ten jng dollar bills sewed up in one of her t The Fair attempts each year to corsets She was The clean bring together the best in agriculture Quotes Figures in Substantiation land community The managej He i ment feels that while we do not have j Made fay Boylan of the Red Star Pre paring to Use Coordes of the Red Star gro is having the preliminary work done for what is to be a womens a portion of the frontend of the building that he occupies is be ing excavated and made deeper to Howling Blizzard Hardly seems but let that it can be put in Funeral services wore hekl at ters to ptiople here from New Eng partitions will bo built and the Johns Evangelical church conducted North state that a iurnished and equipped for the con by and the remains heavy snowstorm prevailed in that venjence Of those who choose to avail were interred in Oakwood section on the Drifts ten feet themselves of the Work friends were in attendance at Sounds like a big talo from jng siow it will take some i the Arctic Premium List Candidate for Auditor Bridgens Takes Pen in His Side Fully tmie to complete bui it will be convenience that many will take ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY Polling Place for Ackley Will Be BridRens Digs Up a Few of the I excess of the average of all counties in were BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes News Boiled program is Knights of Pythias The general for Hardin Countya Auditors Office Marshall County over state officers as well as is to Marshall County be held next The pollinjf both a larger population and a place in this city will be at Knights greater volume of of Pythias Everybody should Hardin Countys Auditors Office October cost the Taxpayers of Hardin Cornell college Vernon stu1 real night it A few chalk made here and a few wudren in and a few dig parties where favors are dis arc all that is left of Hal lowe Closed Banks New Bailey ia the new receiver in the State National bank was taken over by the federal S department last which succeeds who has Mn m charge of the bank since it Hanaen is reported to have because of ill ReRistration Net ine question has been asked Muat to order to vote in din Har ountyl The answer is No own in the county comes under the a food ry Nicklasa class will hold dents went out of their way in sportsmanship when they daubed Cot college Memorial library building with red paint and the words Beat Cornell Fights and prior to the annual football acrimmago last Saturday at Cedar In the little county of about the size of a were printed for Tuesdays election Grundy county has over and several thousand for use on the spes ial issue of whether to cut the seven member supervisor board to The residence property of the late one of homes in sold to the highest lor an even and hte office buildmg on Main street of the town was sold for only To close the estate Four thousand yards of cloth are to be made into by the Red Cross in Worth county 6W yards 400 ou 400 bOO icd rose 400 Winthrop gmgham SouthCarolinaniili8 Pearl Williams of Alden was allcd here by the sicknoss and death as much to live we have just as much to live With this in mind BJ former pro Editor of Ackley County from 1915 to the standpoint of enter tho last issue of more than the average of the coun i It J ln i lAu TlrhloVl tainment and In view of the present situation j your paper you u lengthy tiwhich every effort to economize has been formei auditor with the Fair has cut or e connection carefully eon that an officer who ia May Not The federal radio commission re VMT to re to Des Moinear as the owners had Financial tried a year ago and the request economical in the administration of Auditor upon be glad lli fn ommna iwiflt fViocfA roTinffo no need of another station in the furnish anyone with these On the above the present t premiums forty in an I UI J T housing and general ex his duties should be retained I still hive all been cut down to the maintain that a capable and efficient i Almost all whether public or Auditor asking for a SIXTH as a matter of and Harold now residents of Iowa Fallu are the par of a born effort to finance the Fair this Boylan further states that I atention to the duties promised to discharge one deputy and of the office a d reduce T A tend Candidate for Eiiza Marj t A nil mav enjoy the one That statement is In order that all may enjoy ine one b Dromised to County Auditor of Hardin and Pauline entertainments not I nevei promised to nira June 2 1924 were in attendance Monday at Hiis ni iirfi JUUH and ace the bountiful production this tickets and admission have been anyone His Season tickets good for the tertel memory of my campaign ma Xon will is decidedly at I have as thlee to SI From this I Members of the Crescent Club of five premium and a I had From this I J9 1 ties of the Oft ice quote the exact words pensee work of getting the annual i A PLAIN STATE MENT OF Let me now produce the compara Anne to the printer has been TO THE VOTERS OF HAR tive cost of deputies and clerical help TI M rci wtr You will note that my claim on the fact that the Auditors prior to my elec promise was fe funeral services held for Ella was a sister of th ments were served at the home of finished the making up of DIN COUNTY Iiniai Hardin Countys arranging s donations and quires a of getting Auditors since has cost all re the Taxpayers of Hardin County for lot of time given by a lot The premium list will be off the press about a Program in full next Cirl Souts conducted a candy sale market Saturday after iSick8 market Sat of her Roy Louis Democni st1 salaries and extra help over more than the average of the coun ties in our Counties nrje classi fied according to area and volume of Hardin Countys Auditors Office since 1915 has cost the Taxpayers of Hardin County more than in To page The Cradle and Henry It is necessary for all absent vot ers to make application for ballots of the county This must ba dona on or before the 3rd of The Teachers Trainingclasa Bibltt the First northeast of announce the arrival of a baby their met Wednesday evening at at their Before marriage the home of and John Hum Coordes was daughter of Tr 01 Miss Jean Henrichs of Clarion vis and Heike this with Miss Hclen siegei and with Tlie 5i per yenr numerous other friends over TUe in Saturday   

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