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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - November 10, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME NOVEMBER DEMOCRATS WIN SIEEP ENTIIE REPUBLICANS HOLD ONLY SIX OF FORTYEIGHT STATES HOUSES OF CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC Republicans M u s t Console Themselves Lead in Only Six I CHOSEN HARDIN AUDITOR Frank independent candi date for county Wednesday morning broke through staunch Re publican lines in Hardin county and defeated the in the election Other than this the entire Republican ticket carried the almost com plete returns The vote for auditor ARMISTICE DAY out the No particular observ ance of the day in Democrats Divide i With Republicans i in Grundy County j Democrats and republicans divided honors in the Grundy county race the republicans rather having the better of the i the democratic candidate I I for the state was elected over three repub independent and He polled of the votes County office results follow with one precinct Auditor r d Treasurer r i d Clerk of courts Gravenstein r i d Recorder r d County r un At any the distress that comes with is We know where we are at and happy lnys WILLFORD DEFEATS Congressman Robinson of the third district has gone down in defeat to of in the race for congress from this Willford has a lend of The tabulation by counties in the district follows County Robinson Willford Benton Black Hawk Buter Hrcnicr Franklin Grundy Hardin 3401 Marshall Tama Wright Total Therell be a new face or two in the court house at after Jan uary but well get Hsed to them in due TriumphantRoosevelt and Garner DEMOCRATS TAKE ALL STATE OFFICES All Republicans Trailing on Basis of Returns Counted Up to State Gives Roosevelt Majority of Des Moines The vote at noon Wednesday for president with precincts reporting out of gave Hoover Roosevelt DCS Moines The vote for United States senator at noon with precincts out of stood Pied R Murphy D Brookhart P Des The vote at noon Wednesday for governor and lieutenant governor gave Governor precincts out of Turner R Herring D Long Lieutenant governor Clark R Kraschel D Clinging to slender leads with all stubbornness of the party Democratic state ticket in Iowa Wednesday held a lead over Rejub jjcan opposition in every major state lce and the five supreme court va The impetus of Governor Roose sweep through the Republican amcs carrled wlth essenjng forC6 ent down through the state ticket and was felt as well fa the congres sonal state offices below governor coLof battle in years for of the state With W Storms into lead auditors race just before noon hart t u6Very candidate taken the Attractive St j h Central and railroads out of Ackley are travwT6 VWy rates to west t south 8S wel1 a3 Sunny South away frora ICe Snd the winter montb8 also to Pacific coast than a cent a mile ARMISTICE DAY the Eleventh It is a A RMISTICE the day four teen years that brought happiness to millions of hearts the world to men and women in all avenues of oc curs It is a day of national observance a day on which memories go back to the eventful oc currences of the World War and the part that Americas sons had in Locally no arrangements have been made for a formal except as a Flags will flutter along the and with there will be the remembrance to faco toward the east at eleven Bank Makes Poor The Independence C o n s e r vative states that the third report of the Receiver of the Farmers State Bank of Brandon shows that defunct insti tution to now have on hand total cash of The total liabilities are On this basis it does not seem that the depositors can look ior any payment of a dividend in the near It is the policy of the State Banking Department to not make a dividend payment until 10 per cent can be Now at San Friends at home here will be inter ested in knowing that and M a r tin Provensen the latter a daughter of Charles Raisch who during the nearly two years past have been located at Los now are residents of San j where he is employed as u radio also sings over the Died at Janna a sister of Otto Grobe of this died at Min Monday Funeral services are to be held Thursday aft at where the deceased had resided prior to removal to LOUIS MURPHY Smilin Through and how delight ful He has a lead over Field for Senator of Happy Days just around the Goes to Des Sylvia Carlson Schoen eich who was here from Des Moines the latter part of the has re turned She was accompanied to that city by her Theodore who will be in that city during the winter months at the home of her Miss Dorothy after an ab sence of a week or more due to the transaction of business matters which necessitated her being at re turned here Thursday last and has taken up her teaching The Teachers Training Class of the Presbyterian church met at the home of 87id Henry Humke Wed nesday winner CLYDE HERRING Democrat and Governorelect Defeats Governor Complete Paving the short ends on highway number through has been completed and the contracting firm the Carlson construction com has returned to Decor Through traffic has been established and there are no more detours through Ackley or Main A lot of travelers who might stop and have a look at the best little residence town in this part of perhaps to leave a little loose now will not experience the unless sufficiently interested to leave the straight this traffic could be directed if by placing directing signs at the east and west approaches and this should be done without Community pride as well aa a com mercial or trade At the regular meeting of the Ris ing held Friday evening Miss Luella Worthy Ma gave an interesting report on High Points of Interest of Grand Chapter which was held the previous week at Cedar Heykens also spoke Miss Hatch Heykens represented the Ackley order at the state PRAGRAM FOR THE FOUR COUNTY FAIR December Day December 6 at Legion Judging small at Legion by County Judging fruit and at Webers by Hoi at of at Legion of the tax by each of the four at the High School December 7 Judging of corn and fat barrows and pure bred heifers Rex Beres and girls judg ing udging baby ilex Value of Home Grown at High School m December 8 School judging Seed Treatment Election of Carcass judging discussion if hybrid by Bur at high school EVENING PROGRAMS At High School Auditorium Tuesday Stunt Wednesday Harris and Meat demonstration Mac Community led by Gay WHOLE SOME BURN CORN IN PLAOF COAL More Wood is Being Used Than Ue ual Money is Claim Corn Worth a Ton People Have a Home Bread TMI E evidence is that many people find economy in trimming np trees and using wood in place of coat during the moderate Not all can conscientiously approve the burrir ing of because of its low price new corn is worth only 6 to 8 ccnte a bushel on the market corn is food and it can be kept over to another season if it cannot be fed to cattia and hogs or converted into cornmeal and whisky is forbM except in a dozen distilleries of the where rye is also Hardin county has considerable tim ber along the Iowa and tt groves are cut with trees trimmed so as not to destroy many people have sufficient fuel for the entire winter without sacrificing corn or burning It is noticeable that farmers provided themselves with large quan tities of pole and cord This ia due to the fact that wood is easily obtainable near the farms and the money question enters into the prob lem of buying coal this year for heat ing On many farms groves are being liberally trimmed out and the trees made to do More on page four USE HOMEMODUCT Eldora Features it for a Town Council Takes Eldora bread specially pro claimed date during which Eldora to feature the home began Saturday and is to continue all this The week was proclaimed by a joint announcement of the city cil and the community urgina Eldora people to ask for and insist on getting Eldora baked Mer chants selling bread have also been urged to give Eldora bread special display during the The council and community club members feet that protecting the home product ia a duty each citizen owes to the Tried in it would be equal ly It applies to every other and is a matter of loy alty to our own homeinterests the printer and hardware mer farm machinery grocer and every other Keep the home earned dollar circulating in home trade channels where everybody gets a part of it sent out of town it is gone The American of University Women of Hardin County will meet at the home of Soper at The program includes Roll which will be re sponded to by giving an international news A round table discussion concerning such topics as Repara Lausanne War and Ottawa Conference will be Hadley will report on the My Diplomatic Career by Kannegieter Farm The Peter Kannegieter lo cated in German seven miles southeast of has been sold the purchaser is Riebke Van young farmer of that neighbor This farm has been the home place of and Kannegieter during the past thirtyfive years perhaps It was sold through the Farmers State bank closed in which Kannegieter had been a Back to and Glen Bush who had been at with the formers returned home the latter part of the Since then they have gone to Massachus near where Bush will resume his position in the naval service of the They had been here two months on and Breniman and Miea Lydia Reinke and Fred Kuppinger of attend ed the Sunday meetings at Water the past two   

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