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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - November 24, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME BE CHIEF ISSUE PARAMOUNT PROBLEM BEFORE LEGISLATURE Des in coming due to convene on the second Monday in prob ably will have more to do with tax legislation than any other issue de spite the problems crowding to the and democrats alike pro viiiAiji3 SELECTNEW OFFICERS mch 4Vubs of Butler I choose their new officers with their club n will meet r cu eade of the county mo pn next years project members have NOVEMBER EXPECT TO SAVE THE STATE 40JER CENT Governing Iowa to Cost Less to Lop Off CLOSING OUT STOCK At Least a Portion of Brothers Hardware The hardware stock and store which Kreimeyer Brothers have owned and operated since the retire ment of August was AGKLEYS 59 The PourCounty Pair premium iL 8 are now Do you have calves for the coming Jacob died a on ess Th Thursday noon at Deac vu 1 1 OJ tion of the legislative tax committee named by the last The legislative members of this committee were four in two from the house and two from the with a republican and demo cratic member from each side of the On the house side Chairman Ed of the was the republican representative and Otto of Lyon the On the senate side Sen ator of was the re publican member and Senator Stev of the democratic DEATH AT DUMONT Mary Otterstein in Her 76th Year Came to America in Mary died at her homo at Dumont Friday evening after an illness ofseveral Funeral services Tuesday afternoon f at the Evangelical Deceased J was born Mary Miller in Germany r in and came to Amer ica with her parents when was three years old they settled at Lo She was married in Lo in 1878 to Christian Ot Her husband preceded her in death in Working The glove factory is surely going strong in spite of the socalled de The factory is hiring 90 people and some are coming back after supper to Lan Frank Fred Morrison and the rest of the people at the fac tory certainly deserve congratula Lyle Kothenbeutal and Miss Theda Zacharias were married at the Meth odist parsonage in Hansell by the The was the bridegrooms Oliver The bridegroom is a son of and Oliver Kothen Iowa with whom they will Considerable improvement is re Ported in condition of five men injured when a sTiack in whbh they j were riding The men were Charles Charles Shaf Charles Cobell and The little shack was H Herman WnlW neai Wcllsburg Richard Steamboat Rock and Harold Rindels at and three Joe Fern Jake Alberts Miss Luella and Sunday with her great aunt and at and Stonebrak at She helped them sbrate their 65th wedding anni They held open house Saturday HERRING ASKS FOR BUSINESS Democratic GovernorElect Says Pro gram Will Look to Expense tion in State Governorelect Clyde Herring de clares the democratic state adminis tration which will take over the de partments of state in January will be operated as a business government for the cooperating wherever possible to cut down the expendi ture of public and to reduce tax Herring made his declaration after a conference with the newly elected democratic state The conference was held last Sunday at Herrings home in Des md those who participated were Louis the triumphant party candidate for United States senator Leo newly chosen treas urer of state Alex suc cessor to as secre ary of state the new ieutenant governor the attorney generalelect Ray Mur secretary of and railroad commissioner the successful demo cratic candidate for the office of aud itor of was unable to attend the conferences before the close of the Herring after the meeting let it be known that the conference was not held for the purpose of consider ing or distributing On the other he We are trying to see how many jobs we can dispense instead of figuring how we might fill The democratic he de is being shaped not as a par tisan but as one in the interest of all The primary mandate of the vot ers to us was to reduce We will observe We are not thinking about any new taxes of any Our sole objective is a means of de creasing We regret that the Expenditures Mounted During Fifteen py7 The home Years From Nine Million to Forty Million a A 40 per cent reduction in govern ment expenditures for the state of Iowa through the consolidation and elimination commissions and othar vermiform appendices was the program mapped out at a conference at the Chicago club by been sold at retail at reduced prices ccmmittee wishes to call your atten It is understood that the total sales tion to the ladies and girls culinary justify against Clyde Iowas Democratic that wa u governor and Louis Prospects eighteen are not sufficient to claims that are held against the Just what disposition will ii nally be made of the stojk and busi remains to be In case the stock is finally dis posed it means the closing of a business that was begun under very and Louis United States senator who is also a It will be a sub stitution of state needs for poli cians said Murphy in sum ming up the The picture now is that of 63 created in almost 72 years of uninterrupted government of Iowa by one Herring In IB years Iowas state expenditures mounted from to 000 a The per capita cost of our state government rose from to a year over a period of 11 53 Boards to Be Cut to The governor elect declared the staggering rise in g o v ernmental costs represented political patron age encroachments on state revenues and the destruction of checks and balances by one party He said he would dedicate his ener gies to reducing the 63 boards to 15 placing the responsibil ities on constitutional The he pointed will be similar to the simplification of Illinois gov ernment by former Frank Low or more years when Norman Weber and Fred Heffelmeier formed a partner erected the substantial concrete and cementblock building that since has been and did a flourish ing business in the hardware and farm machinery lines subsequently Weber retired and was succeeded by August On retirement of Heffelmeier and more recently August the business has been conducted under the f Jm name of Kreimeyer Stegman and Walton of DCS were in charge of the store Friday and THOMAS WALLACE Resident of Ackky Long Died Recently at Some of the older residents of Ack ley will remember Thomas Wal during the 80a was em ployed as a miller in the Roosevelt Knickerbocker flour operative in this He died on Saturday two weeks at his home at On leaving Ackley he went to the and needlework We in vite you to make entries in as many of the sixtythres classes as you Let us give the prize winners some keen Season cents for seventyfive cents for for They will admit you to all of the departments and all of the pro grams of tha entire home economics committee ex tends each of you a cordial welcome the Roose for many In addition to his advocacy of re peal of Senator Elect Murphy said he would devote himself to an attack on bureaucracy and needless expenditures by the federal He is also a champion of a lower tariff and reciprocity as an aid to the Paying prices made higher by the farmer nevertheless was able to get by because he had a market in which to said Mur It was not until they took away his market that they began to take his farm Our Iowa farm ers have a greater mortgage indebt edness than the farmers in any other state because they have been deprived of a profitable Foreclosures Occupy The tragic consequence is that ac tions in foreclosure are the principal business of our At the conclusion of the confer ence Governor Elect Herring depart ed for a tour of the states of North and Geor where he will make an extensive were gathered that place and operated veltWallace flour mill Wallace was born in Pennsyl July one of five chil dren in the Wallace He worked in mills at and He came to Ackley in was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Butterfield of Hampton in 1874 four girls were born to Eliza now Russell of Min Rose and awho are and Art who died in 1908 leaving Gail and They removed from Ackley in to its department and solicits your faithful support in making entries and in attending the THE PROGRAM December 6 The Demonstrated lecture Miss Preparation and Uces of Home Grown Miss Judging canned goods and December 4H to Making Colors Work for Meat cutting petitive 4H Club Demonstrations by representative 4H teams from each of the four Making a House a Miss Jessica December on Remodeling the WHOLE 2071 NEXT TUESDAY EVENING Fathers and Sons of Congregation to Get Father and sons suppewt and socials are popular wherever On several occasions in tjie get together gatherings have held in Rsalizing that such occasions offer unusual opportunities for fathers to become better ac quainted with their sons and for the sons to get a little or better idea of what pas like in a social a supper has been planned for nexk Tuesday evening at the Presbyterinht chureh at which the fathers and rfjontt are to former and for several years pastor of the since leaving has been pastor of the Presbyterian church at is to be present and has been prevailed upon to address the fathers and sons and others whw may be gathered It is an evening ELDORA WILL ISSUE Miss An Evening of Members of Merle Elliott post of the American the auxiliary members and visiting members from several of the Legion posts of the gathered here last Thursday evening and enjoyed themselves so Those who danced others found light refresh ments Present at At a gathering of sales distributors and of the MidContinent Oil at Grun dy last Saturday forty or more men were Company officials out of the Water loo headquarters were Walter Walter Roben and Fred Schwinger of this were also in The purpose of the meeting was for all hands to become acquainted and to listen to talks on salesmanship and The meeting appears to have been CITY COUNCIL AND COMMUNIIT CLUB TO ISSUE Denominations of One Dollar Uwdi by Persons Not Employed City Work A plan to issue modeled after that originated in Ha warden is to be tried in Eldora this The step has been upon by members of the city coundL community club and other Some weeks since committees were appointed at a joint meeting of the city council and community investigate the various scrip plans in use in various Iowa towns This committee recommended the den plan as the easiest and cheapest to put into The Hawarden plan was explained thoroughly at the recent joint meet ing and met with the approval of most of those In The Hawarden plan provides for the issuance of in denomina to now unemployed persons fa for work to be provided by v d r t In all the occasion proved a pleasant one to the fifty or more who Franklin License County Treasurer Luke has received the 1933automobile license i plates from Franklin county and will were I them on sale at Hampton on study of their simplified state gov Senator Elect Murphy left for a 10 day rest in Wellsburg Juniors Present Hoodooed The junior class of the Wellsburg benefits of our program be schooj presented the play in the school auditorium on Tuesday The Maude Betsy Witbaard Daniel Johnnie Every one of the officerselect who Maas Louise Rankm Rila Haack were present at the conferences af Amy Lorraine Koolman finned the position taken by rmogene Georgette Mach making it emphatic that as Mrs Ada Hilda Williams far as they are concerned every camjjattje Marine Bakker paignpromise made will be and Kenneth Raymond Newell that they will be glad to take adGf0rge Raymond Riepke vantage of any economies which the Alfred Clarence legislative committee on the reduc distributed immediately to the tax because they will not be available until the 1934 taxes are Social and and George and Lawrence Clock and and Siberts entertained at Geneva seventy or more friends at a EOO card party at the hall at Thursday The birthdays of Cleve Mary Katherine Schrieber end Donald Reinke were marked at a din ner given Sunday at the Carl Reinke December BRIEFLY TOLD mi t AUU AJ HUtt me Ladies Aid society of the far as they are concerned every camHattie Marine Bakker esbyterian church sponsored aba par and tea last Friday afternoon to the church During the a ternoon tea was The pro legislative comnwiee UH comtjlimentarv luncheon at Wn earned out very ofpublic expenditures has found In normal times the Illinois s mav nut into tral System provides regular Vear Neighbor and Community Notes of Genern Interest Members of Greenes McKinley 1 Ladies of the attend ed a complimentary luncheon at Wa The plates for 1933 are with white lettering and The of the Iowa and the year 1933 are I placed at the top of the license num her instead of at the bottom of the plate as on the 1932 Just a Bit Friday folks interested in knowing the state of the weather on consulting thermometers ascertained that the range was from four degrees above to two degrees below Farther away up in northern around Bemiji and Lake Superior t e m peratures dropped to seventeen degrees below In Montana the registrations were The may be put into Death of Little funeral of Lucile 10 the the notable Wednesdayat nr1 vaa Lubbert tn miles northeast of toy belonging to Harry was brought to Presbyterian aft uc r wmcn attended the busi Other expressions of the newly went to around wage earners in SJon of the Waterloo drcle elected officials included the state the Together with their fam ment by Senatorelect Murphy to ilies they constitute a group of around The b d ee fc f ternoon at the effect that The systems payroll have j Smith Wa Our we was not in Iowa totaled in ing m operetta to To those persons who voted with every community on the railroad giyen Dec 2 the t fuesday at for us because they affirmatively fa sharing in the Last year the Migs Lucile KrftuS mugk vored us and to all others who sup systems Iowa payroll amounted to us we extend our appreciation was condusted Thursday af ternoon Hitesvilh Oliver Bwrial The girl died luesuwy av Hampton hospital from 01 U1 Stauffach in and we pledge the best in us to merit their I We are accepting our responsi bilities and planning to discharge them with thoughts in terms of har i i j x v v Parm Land ln A reward of has been offered Entering into the recent sale and DUMONT Dumonts auxiliary to for Information leading to the disposition of Ammann American Legion cleared about ery of four red Shorthorn cattle bestock of general merchandise and from an Armistice day dinner longing to Charles Ferguson of Ammann gets sion of a 236acre located northeast of Am public improvements of one kind or The after receiving the scrip after affixing a 3cent stamp on the back of the use the money to purchase clothing or pay bills or in any other way that money is usually Should the purchaser buy goods worth less thajt the face value of the would tender the scrip at the store and receive in exchange a due bill that store for the amount of the dif ference between ths scrip and his No cash change is to be given for Will Limit Before the storekeeper can pass on he must fix another 3cent purchased from the on ene of ths thirtysix spaces provided on Each person who passes the bill on must affix one of these stamps to the scrip in thepresence of the person who accepts the and he must cancel the stamp as soon as it is affixed by writing his initials and the date on the By the the bill has passed through the hands of thirtysix thirtysix 8 cent stamps will have been pasted tho These having been purchased of the will have brought into a special city fund a total of for each worth of scrip issued and the thirtysixth er of the scrip can then cash it in the city hall for The city will re tain the extra 8 cents to pay over head costs of operating the The plan is not to issue more worth of scrip to start in ordr to establish the feasibility of the has been made of T Com No a Oats 16c Cream farmers who are ilies cream in order to scrape up a few more dimes toward payment of their I Methodist A large number were present at the Collister preached nt and The Heralds met at the parsonage Tuesday after J   

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