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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - December 15, 1932, Ackley, Iowa VOLUME fiRUNOY FOLKS WANT PHONE RATES DECEMBER WHOLE Talk Isnt Just Exactly as Chsap as Theyd lscuince of Automobile Licenses MHod of Fixing he Lose Their Locks of the telephone exchange in Grundy Center are in full iiyni mtiy with the rural patrons who ae ckin for lower telephone This wrs indicated Monday evening at n puMic meeting held in the Legion following a business meeting or the Grundy Community Tlrre were 97 town telephone patrons pres ent at this meeting and all signed a petition stating that they would dis continue telephone service in their homss on or before January 1st un less the Iowa State Telephone Com fpany agreed to a reduction of 33 13 per cent of the present rates for both town and A committee of town and country patrons took the petition from pa Irons of the town and the notices from rural patrons to have phone service discontinued on January 1st to the office of the Iowa State Tele phone Company at Newton Members of the committee were Eilert Knock and Herman They were cordially but were told the request would of necessity be forwarded to the com panys headquarters at Wia 200 FEWER LICENSES During the year 1932 in Grundy county 200 fwer automobile licenses were issued than during the previous year the past year licenses were If an owner delays mak ing application for a license until January the charge will be a dol lar more fees do not change with the first five years use of a car and li censes are based on Your license costs 40 cents for each 100 pounds your car plus 1 per cent of the list price Cal culation is done in For if your car weighs it is classified as weierh in pounds and is taxed If the cost was it is figured at Cold wave sweeps low lonipeiahms section of Iowa this inn low Franco if day to the Unill S I ment of i on oi Ainii ion i i v Mill 0l Ii dry nni VoUUad cinpl y0 tlmiih fjatlS hojin to rhUlir confer with Uooso Not Enghncl United States Johnny Bull doesnt WINNERS OF FOUR COUN1Y FAIR of 1r Hnhy HiCTcn nnd Oilier Add to the another which is 1 per cent of the theoretical cost of your and you have pmount the license plates cost FELLOWSHIP CLUB Discuss Syria and Persia and Take up Chrismas Emma Martin was hostess to duck nor Belgium defaults as docs in payments to American govern ment on money Claude chairman of Inteistate Commerce in Washington hospital for Germany votes to provide work for and some who are LOOKING AHEAD Official Places Filled and Officers New Careful as Well as Active Manage ment Keeps Association Well at N vor licluro tins then ii a howini of good corn ns sOiown at this and all oth r cpu of the fair were splen Curtain it is that the officers and diriclnrn of the association have reason to felicitate tlr involves on the fairs under the adverse cir cumstances existing in agricultural In the various departments the following named exhibitors were awarded honors as well as prizes Haby Shorthorns Ivnn Ap lington Arnold Holland Thelmn Lois Lucille Raymond Robert Grand Hereford Margaret who receives tho Brandt SNOW TEMIKUATUUK DROPS About Twelve Inchis of I lip lirntitl fiil Oovors the Kntth 20 Chario it to tho Wont her Thn old fillow cnme to earth rutKnr un expectedly snow gnn falling and this continued with out until Into Sunday Crn o twelve inchi9 f toviiccl whi up In wt Hie ill Dniinp tin uiivht of Sunday the lipped mill i lippid nwny twenty ill Ill low ID illdilill Ilir severe eold reennlcd iilirinjc til of I he DANIEL OHBARN DEAD BURIAL HERE TjDBAY Many Ywirs RpKidrnt of Diid at Daughters Rclaliveti and friends coiuictous of tho serious illiKHB of Daniol many years resident of were not prepared to receive the report of his death at tho home of daugh near Tues MAIN PRINCIPLES BELPS FARM BILLS cull lire Farm Loa Commillvc In Oivi Agrl liT Illc Muli1 OVT Col HOKM mid A i ii fin in lii PAYING OUT m 1lrnl Nnllnnnl n In S IVpmitlniH In Hi NnMonnl luinlt Ml III tie Idwii north In lirsnillln nuiil Imppy of din ly Ilinl M IliirlyUv pir mi nC will I lie illiioti leprit Inlnl illvlilftl i lnlnlililJ hy Clmlrmim In j rl Idncrri II Hi i iiiriiMilliir o in ttnl lv iipulicMiiiMi for mil f 11 pi irlil hnml Ullh iinniililfl ii In my IM fiMeiver inmle nppll day eight months For the past six or he had had heart and ahout two months Urn last time that he visited in Ack hn was convinced that his con dition was serious and that he could not possibly His remains were brought to Ack ley for burial this Thursday morn ing services were conducted by the at Mnryn Catholic church interment In the frtnn iiml coiniMiidily The ronrhcil lit pro lotiKl conference held WIIH oilt ined to the committee by Krotlhrlek attorney for thn Farm Irntl lluforo u crowded oommitlno Lee named three nmjor prlnclpltm on which tho farm groups ilowlro lion to be That tho Reserve grand Shorthorn Catholic OHcarn wan Ivan who receives past 77 years of For many the medal given by the years he had been in the employ of Three new directors to fill vacan American Merle Elliott t th Iowa Central and cies were elected and all of the re Ccunty groups railroad several years an a clork for They worn In nuwitlon maining old directors were reelected at the annual meeting of the Frank lin county Agricultural society held at the court house in Theo dore Heineking was named director to fill the vacancy in Marion town ship Thornton was elected to fill the vacancy in Grant township and Osterland was elected to fill the vacancy in Osceola The reports of Secretary Marken and Treasurer Honeck for the past year were read and ap and they showed that the prudent management of the board had kept the Franklin county fair above the average fair in Iowa in fi nancial standing during the present th3 Fellowship Club Wednesday eve Devotionals consisted of the reading cf the Christmas Ioly was next Tin foreign tppics Syiia and Persia were presented in two articles Brit Ira Miller was reelected for an other The complete list of will officers and directors of the associa tion is as follows Vice Directors Hnry wig FrM the only two counties which Fat barrows rankings were Class 52 and class 53 winners were Goettel Son later and for several yeara marahal of He la survived by his a son the same George Lude John at Mason Jim at Oska John Aplington Friends regret his Duane Hugh Class Will George Lude To page three WILHELMINA UICHT8MEIEK Died After a Lingering Fu neral Services Wilhelmina Elizabeth nee Koeater born In Germany on the 22nd day of On June 1877 became the Nino real estate transfers werewlfp of Henry John and fihd for record at tho court house for the week Saturday last none from this com KhouUI adminliitorod by tho de partment of That it whould cover four and SetkK Frcwnr That tho legislation iihould framed to tho end of giving agricul tural commodities tholr prowar par ity with other com mod ill that the nami purchasing power IIH agri cultural commodities enjoyed be tween 100J and Tho propofied plan IH oHaontlally a temporary relief arrangement pro viding for a twoyear operation pond Ing enactment of n comprehensive program after tho Inauguration of Prwiidonttlect BULLET IN LUNG I AT HARDINS COURT HOUSE time Khe Rhutusel Mr KV Mor Six real estate mortgages totaling the amount all on farm with tho exception of two pieces Two bills of sale a at a span of rnulea listed at Chiil totaled twenty 0 for cattle and tock at for for brooJor however were the mother at of whom two claimed by death in In 1894 Khe crrne to America with her husband and sur viving and near Ack they found Here two iitidii for a willed with nf Jiifit hcforo Jhrlntinim mid nl belllK billed With in HID Illtlo Inlok and lllo fnctory HARDIN FARMERS 20 AnHemblo in Court Hoom at It Oeloch Hear HIIVO Thu nnnunl meeting of thn llnrdtrt County Kaiin Tturcnu will bo hold fit tho court nt Drcember Dinner will bo worvnd by the ad Inn In tho Melhodlnt chtirek biiHcmunt nt Ad n iipeclul nftcr cfmrlcr inomberw nnd ninmboiM wf yrwrH1 ntandltiK will bo find nwnrrlorl n fnrm bureau The renolutloTiH committee him been lift penned Frud Mitchell will tell of the American Knrm Hurottu meotlnK hold recently lit Helen Putnam and Carol club Kirln who won trip to natttjnnt 41 1 club tonKruKn for outRtnndlnft will bo CliiUB dlwtrlct farm rcao commltteernii at for western half of the nn a horn on a more children came Harry Davlw Leaven Dodge pUnl Shot Month Harry Davis wan removed from u Dodge hoHpltal to hla home In that early in the past He had been there nearly a un dergoing examination nnd treatment on thu part of The World Journal of weeks contained mention of an attempted robbery on tho part of two nt employed a mailtruck cariyiriK rnail between postofficc find held He was relievd of what money he had on th of the rvirents only 50 cents Terry orourj tea Coach f lodll llifll KCMOfjl 1 on h hey Slid IJOCk tell spoke using One Hundred Years Persia for her which oon mission work and acsomtlish Mcntg in Persia since the origin of missionsin that The centen nial observance of missionary work in teams opened the Persia will be in evening when Gresslin used the artich Next Door an article concerning which brought out the fact that popb here juat as they are nai tional Southern Mountainors j presented in a litth sketch frveral of the younfr Otho i keeping with th Chit thought n Unto descrintive of the city of birth Bethlehm ws Th article was be cause the author had had first hand having notes while m Rpthlhm 0 LttlTown of The to BethHiem was Max ne Brittell a Christmas rftcita A social hour Refresh dnents were c Hair Cuts for tonsorial over at Iowa approbating tho fpct theris such a thing as a man woar in his hair too both in timn as well as announced that they would cut hair for nothing all A lot of folks appear to have been waiting for such an oppor tunity th several shops had a busy iun all Mr and Ilenke 1 Theodore M Eit1 Bnod lit R ev G in 011 GruRdy Bort HELD 15 ktbilli jakn Frctn th of in Orundy th jury to ia foiTCftra hlsWlevi for the aut at thn road on tn arch iniii of family sraf iuou hrofhftra and On widow U th1 form thf aid of hftr ilinr from an arid bir hai thft hs he from auffftrinc rid fo hoi tf in whom That I on Kin J tilled dftitn csw to th of that ivfci to f tfiP rt rn firm tion j And I will wlh that f unll not turn pwff co fflM 1 wiH nut rnw in thif rhst not Mr from hss his which resiatinjf the two a Round thinker will Anyone wlnhinK to get bet acquainted with farm bureau no nlrns and deBlrcB should Umd thin rnnrtlnK The public nft wett membern are invited to Christmas Boala PUB WAR bfen wtijcel nnd he was in th but did not it until tirn in ntimber of yearw figfinst and each year Christmas and the effort ryiadi to raise to ftirtbftr cnrry the This year the Girl in Ackley on his way hj fell unconscious I he fr tampB m Whnh 7 tration is n except thnt it i firintsd in and childrfn have Hi rift them rc of the number ymi may one counts nnd adds to hin own do in a An xray examination diardosed the i location of bullt in his butj becaus of thf afiTiousnftas that follow an the which j hy hirn no or troub1 tne fnrfl will remain when it Meanwhile Davis steadily iro He is a son of the late nl Davis and a brother of fsicirnyr h of rf t suit Wilt ffeniv r Ids ho NHirhlmr nnl Shell Rock lakof had a and rnnrtin Stufy an annual event with fl it is a largft While in ichsd the in the fact uf of He i rf o1 and O hi en the irit ysar 10 John levnci fl Five Marian ColT and Francis Kachelhofff a bit fhesTed the last of the ipt of ft letter in whih th5 Leach of tfih Aloof ie Lizor of matr WM that a coTitainvnjif a written founfain Fountain lodge of at fd foliowing named to official in the lodjce War Humke Trainer aevfiraJ appointivs offtcei3 by the wilt be an f ft in the Jowa fiver near the state Sfillifcrs Iforn at Mcr by a The yinsf a days in the woods along the at ffarrfirt a wntaininj a slfp Undonbtodfy thft Fottfe had along ths rfver SOTAfiwftwe he awl it a with R stricken with t and died f fuTr of that eft reTO y ths 11 not hold a Alt members d to attend the Pour The Gaiden Club apcn ahaiiow hoxftfl She waa in ot1 M She an at 77 mcfttha and 1 fief conductTl in Cn by Ivr Tp siArisf Be With Yfiia fill We Meet Again wss smMf at and by a My it fifravs tmtil by Gols floor of the old high school tiw Those who crho over for in off onf of thir Good worki A rnfttint of thf of the Third 1 COO for wU rt Of r ftwnd fh ftf her hushanrl Pleasant Hill eemft Mutual Lvfs OT th anniversary on the They are oldtime reaidenta of that A aift ti tu suntiev ro h served a hidr Aupppi fni aawtrt a BfiVAAf and food frim In thu ohmfth sc with pvintevs of at a stjbiftiuent the business art election and session was held refreshments were 0JJ Fellows Kleet At the recent of Ackley iodge df these chcsen to official place Nobte Crand Otis John fflinap Ben a hy the this time and time of iwitiatiftn in f finally resumed its jwrmov vn Oolite a thf with the twists and tmris he is about 160 mifesj straight Hne treasurer Th Wilhelmine Bilizabeth died at family mites nortfewest of the Funeral at the Kowe and at lisa I Mondny after and her rmairm interred in fJfekwoGd ftCYttetery by of whfjse death yars Riehtsmeier was bcrn May hernia ffovner fv fwtv years president of the f at Cedar v is hi Seertey is in his yeav
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