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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - December 8, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME 46 ELOORHIRCULATES Hardin DECEMBER WHOLE SERIOUS INJURY Irvin Towns Workers Numbering Four Get George Haynes Heads County Fair Association Court Fourteen formerly u n e in ployed men were at work on Eldora streets their payments to be made by the city in the new which the city is to issue under a recently discussed Under the scrip persons pass ing the scrip must affix a three cent stamp on the back of the scrip in the presence of the person accepts When thirtysix stamps have been the city redeems tho scrip for United States having received from the sale of the thirtysix threecent The city plans to issue worth of the scrip HAYNES IS PRESIDENT Putnam Has Jaw Broken Two Irvin resident of the Ge neva suffered a severe accident the last of the He was engaged in sawing wood with a pow er saw a piece of ths wood detached from the phcc that he was sawing in COUNTY HAS PLAN TO AID NEEDY IDEA PREVAILS THAT DEPOT PLAN WILL BE EFFECTIVE and struck him in the face with ter Board of Supervisors and Others rific with the result that his timate That There are Es was broken in two He taken to Lutheran hospital at whnr hh injuries were cared for and Inter on ho was taken tohh While his injuries are he is doing as well as the cir in County Needing Hardin County Fair Association Elects Officers for 33 The board of supervisors of Hardin county is endeavoring to determine how best to supply the wants of the twelve hundred and more people in the county who are asking for medical aid and other as It is a large undertaking in the face of the fact that conditions are such that all avenues of supply ing demands are being strained to County Farm Bureau will be held at tno According to the statement countys social Miss at Iowa Falls alone with four A covered dish luncheon will be thousand between four and Seven Beaten Iowa Congressmen Vote Against Repeal Eighty two members of the house who will not serve in the next congress lame ducks voted Monday against the repeal of tho Eight eenth Eleven were democrats and 71 They included tho following Iowa republicans Robinson of the and AWARDS ARE MADE FOR DEST GRAINS TWENTY THIRD ANNUAL FAIR GETS UNDER WAY Farmers Evidence Enthusiasm Fnir by Large a Big in GIUINDY FARM BUREAU WILL MEET 19 Annual meeting of tho Grundy Grundy Center The meeting of the will start at 10 oclock in the morn served at ELIZABETH THIELKE five hundred persons are now receiv ing public and the crying demand is for more that what is be ing given is The number of families receiving relief at the present time there is and a con estimate places the total LEAD Ma HERDS OE NORTH MM TOTAL OF 378 COWS ARE IN CLUDED IN ASSOCIATION Cow Having First Place Produced 772 Pounds of Milk and Butter r about a number in the county at twdve for the month of November 285 George present Hardin a susdml with 406 familieB roceiving milking and 93 The association u WBHBU1 county was elected the He aid at the present and before fuverage was 503 lb8 of mlk and Delbert Monday marked the beginning of the twentythird annual FourCounty Fair it was begun with activity on the part of officers and farmers and others interested tin exhibits in every department indi cates thai the farmers of this section of Iowa have not lost interest in the production of live poul try and all Every department shows to better advantage than at any previous that is claim ing Prize awards for grain shown are professional class single Faulk ner 10 Osterland 30 single Carl Ackley 10 William Ack amateur ainglo Wellsburg 10 dent of the Hardin County Agricul tiaral Society at the annual meeting of the organization Bateaon was reelected vice and Haase secre and New directors were also elected as follows reelected Clary to replace Klepke William Steinfeldt to replace Kline Herb Dawson to replace Wil liam Fred Mitchell was former presi dent of the fair Holdover directors of the society are Earl L which resulted in spHng the number will havc Wednesday Tire statement is made that farm Deceased passed her 69th birthday org have offered to providc all She at mcoi and oatmeal that mny be Stephenson in ed also chickens for a Merry Christ jourtgest daughter of and Wednesday evening at a August on cows produced over 40 6 over 50 and 1 over 60 Eleven members are feedieg silage 15 alfalfa hay 8 soy bean hay and Four brothers meeting that was held in the Com her in rnunity ciub rooms at Iowa su two Miss Martin and Body were as was also the county nie Thielke who occupied the home with tho deceased and was her con stant and Herman of and numerous other Funeral services will be conducted by Seybold on Friday afternoon mixed Twentyfour members feeding grain and 9 feeding a high protein Ralph Mason again leads North Hardin Association with his herd of 16 grade and pure bred holsteins av eraging 772 milk and single Peter Steamboat Rock 10 Peter 0 s t e r land single Other Ackley Clarence Ackley Hay Ben Ackley George Nearly ears Harve at the home ftt 116 and Orville Dan McCaw and A VERDICT i 1 Case of Wendell Against Raske De Hattie Wendells claim for against Buckeye farm owner was upheld by Judge Fry of in district The action involved which Wendell loaned to the sons of the father signing the note as The note became due and ac Catechism Twelve catechumens graduate from catechism at the First Evangelical church of Sunday December at Program Instrumental Congregational Vocal Catechism To page two DIED AT 82 Father of of This butterfat tercd in com the bride was more than six feet that the groom was unusually that the vow taken was ridiculously and that the clothing em phasized the masculinity of the er all tended to make the whole almost unspeakably Buthr countys contribution was ia the nature of an orchestral the orchestra being composed of 4H boys and Hard in county was represented by a negro quartette whn snng a series of comic and A group of small children from Cloves presented a short A feature this year of the Four County Fair is being provided ny of th Garden Thn8n ivrc hoxrs which con living The ore positioned conspicuously at tho hnad of tho stairs in the old school buld Each dny thro Gardn Club each dhpliy a All sir to vofo pressing their opinion regarding1 the Tuesday Bal and Misa Mc were on last two named ennh received votes Ballard received Wed To page five with 18 grade and pure bred hoi steins averaging 722 28 The high cows are grade owned by Mitchell with The display of fruit is simply won you should hear the hens cackle and roosters crowl V The Tuesday evening Four County 1671 milk and Fair program wag wen It MOST ASSUREDLY Old Favorite Coming to Distribute Goodies for Little Scheduled to Arrive in Aekley During Afternoon of Saturday the Just Before TS there a Santa Glaus there certainly ia Snow or no old fellow who has been a favorite of the children and cheered the hearta of eldersrfrom time promises to be in Ackley during the afternoon of December Hell come loaded to guards with good things for the kid dies better be good and every no matter the wishing to get a glimpse of him and hear his must make certain to be in We just do not know what Jolly and Brandt were in pure bred Brown owned the four St Nickwi he attendance at the funeral of the lat by Sherman with 1209 milk counties was Music was ion was brought to set aside a deed c tlonal m the elder Raske had conveyed to Catechism recital The court held the conveyance wife goloSheman illegal and decided plaintiff should be CateeWsm ters Thursday and owned by Kaufman Son with 1596 Born in Essex New of milk and he was in his 82nd He came to owned by Floyd with Iowa in early childhood with his par 1659 milk and ents they located at having owned by made the journey across country in with 1293 of and a covered They experienced the hardships and pleasures that were common to the early comers to an undeveloped He had lived in Iowa seventyeight years and was South Hardin There were 281 cows in the asso ciation during These cows furnished by Merle Hunt and Stan ley Brandt who played accordion Franklin county staged a style All characters represent ing the fairer sex were young men and The announcer used a Montgomery Ward catalogue from which marvelously strange types of wearing apparel were supposedly de It was n mirth provoking ar i I The Grundy county group present ed A Womanless men taking all of the The fact that brings cheer and an abundance of sweets for the Further details as arrangements are completed but remember promise to be and Old Santa never fails or disappoints a trusting married at Clinton fiftyseven years averaged 648 26 STRUCK BY PASSING CAR For many years he had been in the employ of the Northwestern rail road a More recently terfat per All except 4 members were feeding a high protein One member saved on his winters GRUNDY TRUSTEFS ASKED TO DRAFT ROAD PROGRAMS Notices to Herman Mil the family lived at Iowa where supply of protein feed by purchasing their was for several years soybeans in place of Several draft their road programs for 1933 Were being sent Tuesday by County Auditor Eggleston under au thority from the board of super The board has retained Talks Presentation of certificates and to Prayer and The graduates are Grace Ruth Leon Lauretta Melincla Bernard Phyllis ad publisher of the He is survived iby his Clnuilia Helm of Des Brandt of this and son I now publisher of the at Guthric Stacey had been other members grew their own soy beans and made an even greater sav Cows producing over 60 of but terfat for the month wore owned by Stauffer pro John Shugar and Family on Their Way to Sunday and John Shugar and oth er members of the on their way to visit at the home of their at Sunday were struck by a passing car at The side of the Shugar car was considerably in jured a rear wheel was knocked Knock as courthouse janitor at sal Reinhart Thclma Lil member of tho Odd Fellows frater ducecl 1278 lbsmilk C77 lbsbutter the rear fender wrecked and the cap owned by Henry Bowers on the front wheel knocked The produced 1347 but driver of the other car was a Ku owned by who gave his place of residence nity fifty and a Mason forty eight Funeral services were under direction of the Masonic wy of Lenno county patrolman the last two suffered fracture of the Isft leg between knee and hip when a tractor wheel toppled over on him as he was working in the county machine shed here Tuesday The James Gech family here is liv lian Anna BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community of General Interest Maybe Christmas is almost at hand but at least one robin doesnt care or Anna and his remains were 1302 fat in a house part of whose floor at least he doesnt take the matter by the side of his father and WATERLOO PAIR GIVEN 1 TO 5 YEAR SENTENCES FOR CATTLE STEALING Herman and Elmer Erd of in Grundy county court were given sentences of iive years each whn they in 23 has sagged duo to defect in an 8x10 The bird has been seen in guitly to cattle thefts in half n H t The sill fell carrying the garden of down part of the A piano South is near the Louis Semlow is the owner of the AUTOMOBILE PLATES Theyre Blue White Now Automobile license plates for 1933 now obtainable at George Waynes county treasurers The new plates are blue with white figures and whita Ihe total number of licenses issued during 1932 was about 800 less than were issued thu previous Wnich numbered Hardin Members of Hardin County Minis terial association met De with DeWitt Foster at New presented Alva a paper on the subject of Christmas Tha Christmas Club will be enter Monday next at the home of 2418 Federal Mason apparently quite at home in the balmy December The ladies will put on their annual chicken and hot biscuit sup oxen northern Iowa Earl also pleaded guilty was paroled because of his To Creamery Work William Sharp with his per with many side famiiyi removed recently to Win Saturday from 5 oclock has succeeded Earl Morris as price 25 cents per Bazaar and of the Winthrop cream food sale at 2 the The former started work Thurs Eldorn children were given the day Lyie Cappen is serving as as tluill of a visit and parade by Santa sjstant buttermaker for the local who steamed into town with before moving to Ackley reindeer and dog last Thurs severai years Great treat for the little shav The Quarterly Cedar A deal has been made by which the First National bank of Hubbard ac district superintendent of the qu L the bank building formerly oc Evangelical preached at Du c S by th closed Hubbard State mont Friday evening and held a quar cupiea oy me business session and will speak BThe annual election of the Red again Sunday evening officers for Grundy county will Modern At Thursday evenings meeting of Ackley Modern Woodmen of the following named mem uers were elected to official positions Past Worthy Advisor George Schoor The entertainment committee is in tending to have an open house for the benefit of the membership one night a night not yet de termined At Thursday eve nings meeting a smoker and general social session was Ninetyeight with depos its totaling have failed to report or file their claims with the of tho First National bank at Time limit for filing claims ends At the be held in tho icst room of the court house Saturday evening James engaged in the shoe business at advertises a s and complete reorganization ot ale his Divide Geneva and Allison divided honors at basketball at Geneva Friday eve The scores were Allison Geneva Al outset unclaimed funds totaled The Hardin County Chapter of Amerkan of University Wom en will not meet in The January mooting will held at the home of Bales at as None of the occupants of either car wore injured although they were considerably Katuke appears to have lost control of his car and sped by a considerable distance be fore stopping to ascertain the extent of the damage that he had Taken to Because of the condition of his 17yearold son of and Mike west of Ackley was taken to tho state hospital for the insane at Inde Friday by Sheriff Schwieger if Franklin The boy appears to have had a nervous and it is thought that with careful treatment that will be given him at the that he will soon recover The many friends of and as well as their sympathize with them in the sad He is their only Advertise an The Hall department store will open up next Wednesday under the new owners and The Cit izen says the new firm is getting out twopage bills to announce their business Ackley Wins Ackley won a pair of games from Dumont High here Friday the boys 24 to and the girls likewise being 14 to ACCIDENT RESULTS FATALLY Ebel Elsincr Dies as Result of Automobile In last Thursdays WorldJournat mention was made of an automobile accident that befel several resident north of Since then information has been received that the more seriously in died as a result of injuries sus The accident was reported have occurred at Iowa instead it was near the town of in South The body was brought to the home near and the funeral was conducted Sunday Services were at the home at 1 with pub lic at Peters German church at 2 Flsing was injured when automobile in which the was riding with her Dick and An was struck by a other women are still in a hosnitnl at If but their injuries are not alarm Elsing died some years She is survived by two daughters and a son Guy Aukley Herman near and Alfred DECLAMATORY CONTEST Eldora Schools Hold Theirs on ning of the The home declamatory contest wiH be held at the high school auditorium December Winners in the preliminary home who will speak in the final home contest December 12 are Oratorical Paul Kent Austin Verner So Dramatic Cecil Angelen Marian Jane Win Humorous Marian Eliza beth Jerome Har ry Eldora people contributed the Red Cross State Industrial school gave public school teach ers court house employes remainder contributed by the ul   

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