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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - December 22, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                official Ilardin County VOLUME PASSES BILL LEGALIZING BEER LIBERALS TRIUMPHANT VOTE 230 TO 165 Passage by Senate Predicted Speedy Action House today passed the Collier becr jorrevcnue bill by a vote of 230 to while cheers rang through the jammed in the galler joined in the demonstration over Hi first smashing setback for prohi bition in its twelveyear Iowas lame duck republican con all of voted against the was to be MAKING USE OF VACANT BUILDINGS AT GRINNELL Local business men will next week tuke advantage of the empty stores on Broad street for window display The windows of the build ings formerly occupied by Regner and Rule and the Longnecker Cloth ing company will be used by the Rit ter R i chardson Phelps Lumber Mathews Drug company and York Lumber The windows of the Coast Clothing company will be used by Largos This move on the part of Grinnell business men will dress up these empty and will bs of good advertising value to the par ticipating Her and Carl Carstens and three Barbara Freder and another younger son are ex pected to arrive from for a holiday vis it at the home of Carstens moth and with other relatives and Car stens the past several years has been employed with a mining concern at After 5 he will be transferred temporarily to New Odd Fellows Elect At the recent regular meeting of Ackley lodge of the fol lowing named were elected to official place Noble Henry Eisentrager Otis Nicklas recording Shugar financial Bert Nicklas At the January meet ing appointive officers will be named and all will take their The Moser Lumber company of El announces the purchase of the Townsend companys located at The Moser com pany also owned a yard at Emmctt MeBride who had been in charge of the at Hub will return to his home at Cedar Miss Anna Humko came home Sat urday from Iowa to vi it ovr Christmas and New Years with her and Humke and with other relatives and y is a student at Parsons College this Quits the county agent of Franklin during the past ten has resigned to take a position with the Metropolitan Life insurance com pany of New His place has not been and Gilbert Henry of ths attended the funeral of the lat ters George at They had been thore several days prior to his death and remained several days after the fu Rolarians at Waterloo lve of AoklevRo club wore Waterloo the iM Rotary InlonuUionul there mooting was four and hundred from Iowa WI1R served DECEMBER WHOLE Gbdstmas at tbe Bchlev Gburcbes at greatest of all re The Christmas by the Pas ligioiH observances as well ns tor national K on Sunday the The Christmas Offering for the or e A 11 i rhans home at olh ot Ackley have pro Joy to the favored an Mr tr bo rendered SitI urday They are i Christmas I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Christmas at blacks ten Tin Among Acldy Kotarinns who wore lloth Van Sam Ed Kcninei In all between four and five hun dred Rotariam Meeting at A gathering of nuimbvrs of nil American Legion and the Auxiliary if Franklin is to be held at this Thursday The Hampton drum and bugle corps will be There is to be a pro FRATERNAL ELECTIONS Lodges in Neighboring Towns Elect ELDORA Royal Arch Masons high priest king scribe treasurer wor shipful master Lewis sen ior warden junior war den treasurer Order of Eastern Star worthy matron worthy patron Opal associate matron associate patron secretary treasur er conductress associate conduct IOWA FALLS Harley worshipful master Lynn sen ior warden junior war den treasurer secretary George senior deacon Glenn junior deacon Harold sen ior steward junior stew ard George PARKEKSBURG Order of Eastern Star Claude worthy matron Roy Patter worthy patron Grant associate matron associate patron Dora S e h w e conductress Miss Catherine associate conductress secretary treas GRUNDYS GAS TAX SUFFERS SHRINKAGE The regular Sunday morning ser will be held as usual with fit wig recognition of tnt it is Christmas We will hold no Sun Huy evening service on this went to Webster y day this week where she ra medical attention at the hoH pltal n that MSS Wilhelmina Thielke is visit Rt Present at the home of her in the sa Marie Sailer will arrive Sat a weeks visit at the Will She teaches at Tho gas tax for tin month of Oc tober this as just reported back from Moines amounts to For the same month last year it was Marian Stecle Chapter is finding pleasure this Thurs in a Christmas party at tho acme of Pearl The hours are being singing Christ mas at games in keeping with the and in a social way A delicious chicken dinner was served Saturday evening at the Meth odist church by women of the Many availed themselves of tha priv ilege of dining out and combining it with Kood fellowship and sociability which the occasion who during the past three weeks has been a patient at Ellsworth Iowa brought home not great ly improved in He is still de lirious much of the time due o in tense Miss Margaret Siemera is expected home Saturday from wlriv the is employed in the public She will spend Christmas and the en suing week at the Siemers Leah Miss May Tool Pearl and leter and will be mas oi her and Miss Helen Siege epent Saturday afternoon at JOHNS RVANGKLICAL IntiMain to Ht Presented by the Sun day At PMipnru Jyinn ChrisUnas Welcome of llftlnnd and Christmas Welcome liia Jean Lorraine Johanna Silent Department Not Too Little to Help Char lotte Christinas Kreimey cr and Wallace A Krei What I Can ie I Hung Up My Evelyn Ester Laveda Marian Pohl Kenneth Clarence Elbridge Donald S n i 11 LnVern Donald What Makes Evert Raymond Harold Junior Billy Wallace Christ is Co bie and Sluters Which is othy Howard The Sweetest Story lyn Soybold and Ester The Christmas Dnlniir Georgia Joan Raymond Elsie Jane Billy Druscilla Edwin Rig HazM Marvin Merle Mildred Ku Clarence Away in a Manger Miss Sonhie Kappfils The Christmas Dorothy Dorothy Mildred Susanna Ben Holy Night Frnnci Gladys Mildred Helen Maurine Onlv a and In termediate R e W a 1 At Christmas Wallace Denr Littln Stranger Ray inon1 and Junior Tho Worlds Christmas Tree Esther Josephine Louise Girl of other Norma Tena Murra and Meyer Snan A f n c K Hlenkfr Murra Lillian English Edna List to tho Message Hymn I The Girls Chorus is composed of members of the classes of Miss Wes Miss Growden and Miss Sin After the service the classes will repair to their classrooms to receive their Program at Sacred Heart 8 Christmas About Primary More Blessed Grammar The Boy Who Was Turned old time group Silent Santa Claus is Christmas First Evangelical Saturday The A Christmas Mae The Christmas Baby mary My In Santa Claus Boy The Best In the Room at the Christmas Anna The Christmas Primary and Dorothy Tell Me a A Christmas Telegram V e 1 m a I i Oil Christmas Burk I I My Best i Five Little Primary The Christinas Al Saxophone Duet Leslie and Leon The Wondrous News Lillian and Edna Like the Shepherds George Oel Gifts for Iha ChiMins Christmas six Christ was Finding ho Christmas 1 o r e n c e Christmas Blessings by girls and Remarks by th3 for orphan at Flat The Sunday School of tho Ackley Christian Reformed church will rcn ler a Christmas program Monday the at 7 o METHODIST CHURCH Christmas Eve Program by tho Sunday to chil dren The Baby Sermon to adults The Specisil Christmas Program The Light of the Hark the Herald Angels Irene Mer John Three Wise Clif ford Lauress Three Mar garet Lavonnc Shepherds Roger Van nin Glenn Merle John Grecian Velma Lucile Lerverta Wright and all Janssens Vision of The Spirit of Christianity Glenn Grace Male Quartet and First Second Third Fourth Yar Fifth Sixth Bullemer Seventh 1 Song by Junior Organ Christmas Eve by Fred Singing of Christmas Carols Con gregation and Scripture The Christmas grry Bethl bein by Wo Peoples Roll Call of Cradle Roll Gay Hang Up tbo Babys Stock Christmas Silent Christmas of Third Grade Harmonica Down Through the Dramatic the Christ mas Song Was by mem bers of the Junior ami Intermediate Christmas Ar Fred Piano and Organ Fred Eggert and Miss Janette Bleeker The coming of Treats for tho Sunday DOIfl WANT TRUCKS Independence Bars Them From Park ing on Principal Report has it that nearly two hun dred persons in Acklry and in the vicinity of Ackley are sufferers from FOUR COUNTY FAIR WINNERS HOME ECONOMICS The four countKs were well repre vnted at the Indies program of the emk noon Th1 Bechtv n number of Indies at each The after programs iivluded a talk on Vegetable Garden by l of a meat cutting demonstration by McDonald of demonstrations on ciike find y Lna Julien of ntnlk by Miss on Prmirn tion Uses of Feme a talk bv rn arid of piul tlr competitive 4H Clui by a representative tram from each nulfr cpunWs 4H Ruth Freribs and Carvl Polk dcmnstt Canning Franklin county was rfnresrntnd by Johnson and Arlomne ftnmonstratnd The Bahv of and of Kid Kilk was dfim rnstrnteH by thn Grnndy county Tnrdin Countvs Normi Mil 1tt and Anderson us Uafs of Chwk en All wru Tho judfffirf i following order Franklm lir proernma inludd a for v r Tovs Small bv On ami a talk nn PlaMnsr of NHU The f nwillewok evtPllrt in rhs Th formr fv number of ffst ar the in th latter were lightly the The bv Mrs There were three 4H The Sulishine Sallies of Hardin County placed 1st the Wide Awake j also of Hardin placed 2nd and the Merry Mixers of Grundy placed Tho home economics committee this means of thanking all who in any way assisted during this 23rd Four County j i Class yeast Grafe Addie Eldora Class raisin yeast Addie Eldora Grafe Bert Class graham Parker House rolls Addie Eldora Humke Kach elhoffer Cora Class burnt sugar Geo Humke El dora Jacobs Carl Hubreeht Addie John Eldora Margaret McGough Louise Class Apple Saute Loaf John Heertr Harry Hampton Louise Sailer AddiJohnson Eldora Grafo Loretta ClasH layer Eldora Louise SHlr EHward McGousrh Carl Dentel John Ab GertniHo Jacob Peter Class chocolate layer cake Louise Sailer Mildrd RuHs frace Snecht Eldora Thompson linerton Addie El dorn Cluds nut loaf ake Reuben Weber Miss Nellie Mc Gough Peter Wells hurg Eldora Fred Faulkner Joe Fisher Dotto Geiken Class dark fruit Addie Eldora Anna Mae Rphrrnds Bert Bthrends Rufus Claws white fruit Addio Eldora Cobie Joe Fisher Bert ClaM marble Joe Fisher Addis Johnson Louise Sailar Helena Class sunshine cake Carl Dentel Limburg Eldora Mar garet McGough AriHio son Eldora ApPngton Detto Class white angel food Addi Eldora Harry Hampton Lor etta Hanig New Providence John Hunt Carl Hubreeht Otto Oel Class Kweet cucumber Addii Eldora Strahoni Witu Ubbe Class mixd Addie FHora 2 Jarobs 3 Wilbur Cwlar Fills Class whitney crab Wilbur Cedar Falls Strahorn Merle Knifht Clans pickbd Eldora John Class whole Cedar Falls Corn Sehveiber John Kugle To page eight Violation of an ordinance that htuc just been passed by the city council of will cost the viola tor anywhere from to or days in jail or The provision also prohibits the parking of cars with awt merchandise may not be unloaded from such vehicles within the dis tricts and streets where The ordinance was passed because many of the trucks and truckdrivers have abused privilege and themselves a as they so in WOMAN INJURED IN EOAD CRASH IS NEAR DEATH The condition of Miss Marie Mitchellvlllev remains in a critical here as result of injuries received Saturday night when her automobile collided with a loaded livestock The accident resulted in the death of August farmer near El whose stock was being hauled to market by LcRoy Stre low was The collision happened on Highway three miles south of TRAER WINTER SHOW OPENED THURSDAY Traers annual winter combined with the Tama county poultry show and the county corn and soybean will be held Friday and Saturday in the Laufert garage The poultry will be judged by Heifer of En tries in all shows will be received up to 10 Competition in the corn show Is divided into classes for 10 and 0ear Painful Henry carries his hand in a bandage his hand was caught a cornhusking machine and several fingrrs were badly but not so seriously that amputation was With good fortune it is ex that he will recover satisfac Now in and former resi dents of who left the city re now are located in Handke while was in of the Fruddcn Lumber Light of the World The church will present the Light of the World Sunday eve ning at the regular church eervicfc Christmas exercises Saturday eve Again the 111 Wind Automobite shops report increased business the change in weather conditions to crisp and crimpy end the snowfaHl   

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