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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - December 29, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                IOWA TOWN HAS NO DELINQUENTS NEITHER FAILED BANKS NOR POOR FOLKS AT ROWLEY Homer Head of State Teachers College Forty Prevent Two Fore The Httle town of over in Buchanan a bit beyond Inde has a reputation all its and it shines forth among ila big brothers and little sister towns as one of the most Its people have no unpaid There is no poor There has not been a bank Rowley Is the only town in Bu chanan county having any of these Attracted by the fact that the town had no delinquent tax county officers began checking up and found that it had not been on the county poor relief list this year and that it has had no financial disturb Rowley has about sixty fif teen business and three The population is given as It ia situated on the Decorah branch of the Rock Island railroad and is serviced by a star mail It has a Farmers Cooperative cream president of the the Farmers has long held the confidence of the peo IOWA EDUCATOR DEAD of DECEMBER WHOLE Brtcfs of tbe fiDorntno Your Uncle Samuel announces that he will refund that had collected in through the federal Congress looks to Roonovelt presi dent for advice as to what to do m the question of a sales garner had prepared to pass a sales but Roosevelt is understood to be over near Port Dodg ROBINSON SEEKS FARM REFINANCING CONGRESSMAN WORKING FOR LOWER INTEREST RATE Hopes to Secure Help of Farm Board Designed to Refinance of a reign of terror fiery cross Of yeara fa desired 6d yard9 men with Refinancing of farm mortgages at a low interest rate over a long period by Paul may com beatings have occurred hooded heads coming in the Officials have been Report from Tokio Japan offer Hoover a when he Pletes his term as secretary of agriculture of South suggests that Frank Lowden of exgovornor of Illinois once a resident of this coun ty be given the post of secretary of Fiftyfour coal miners lose livea in mine explosion at Illinois thirtyfour dead have been taken farm relief sug Seerley Had Been Head Fortytwo Homer dean of Iowa president emer itus of Iowa State Teachers died Friday morning after an ex tended He had been president of Iowa State Teachers college and State Normal School fortytwo and prior to that had been an in structor Through his dominant Seerley built in Iowa a teacher training institution which within his lifetime came to be recognized as one of the if not the in the United States the State Teachers college at Cedar Coming to the institution in when it was little more than an acad a struggling school in its elev enth year of and headed by a Seerlev made it a school patterned after throughout the and devoted his life to its upbuilding and He consistently opposed branch normal believing that one school or college was of greater pow er and influence than a halfdozen Seerley wan born near August His wife preceded him in death a daughter and two sons sur Congress hears gestions by head of the National League of Senator Norris of push es beer proposal Request made by dancora of Lin to be permitted to see the new year in while re fused by Mayor Frank Monday next will be observed as New Years holiday throughout the Samuel big who fled to will bo per mitted to remain The weather cloudy mild 30 OLDER BOYS AND GIRLS MEET AT NEW PROVIDENCE The Older Boys and Girls will have their annual meeting Jan uary 5th in tlie Friends church at New An interesting allday meeting has been closing with a banquet at Registration fee has been reduced to 50 Either Herbrecht or Hutten of the state staff will be present to direct the Young people of all churches in Hardin county arc invited to Officers of the con ference are Lowell Wood of New Providence Vice Miss Miriam Wiechmann of Hubbard Miss Lois Reeco of New and Frudden enjoyed a Merry Christmas day and Monday at the home of his and Thomas at Charles BRIEFLY TOLD Vear Neighbor and Community Notes of General Interest the last of the de PREVENT FORECLOSURES Farmers Near Missouri Valley Agree With Mortgage Four hundred Iowa farmers thronged the streets here Thursday nnd their leaders in reaching a satisfactory agreement regarding disposal of two Intent on preventing the group announced that owing interest on a mort gage on his 80acre effected an agreement with the mortgage holder whereby ppvment of principal will be waived until Weatherly is to pay the interest within that time or surrender the farm without The second that of also agreed with the execu tor of the estate holding his mort Henry Kramer has returned from a trip to and other points in that section of the visited He states that much of the grain in that locality remains to be threshed that th custom among farmers is to stack dem tha Kenneth a sophmore stu dent pursuing a commercial course at came home Tuesday of last Wfiek and is enjoying the holidays wth relatives and and Fred Hoyer and Katherine and Dorothy of Pomeroy visited over Christmas at the Scourlck stroyed a house on the George Stari farm six miles north of Eldora loss partly covered by insurance The placs is tenanted by Maynar DeVries he lost furniture and all o his A beautifully lighted Christina tree occupies a place in the lobby o Emmetsburgs The ocrat of that city intimates Postmaster Mayne may be celebrat ing because he has a commission an a job until Bengtha Sandberg of Kiron celebrated her 100th birthday ann versary She has lived i the community sixty She read her songbook and church pa The Bumgardner funeral home i opened in has close and Bumgardner have re turned to Mason from whenc they Community too healthy W I fortyeight years publisher of the Emmetsburg Demo crat just entering upon his died unexpectedly at his home alter a brief He wasjpast A New Years eve watch party will be held at the Associated Allison Saturday evening from to There will bo and a MONDAY ATPOSTOFFICK Mails received and dispatched next observed Years lid but there is great diffi iilty in arriving at some method ccomplishing this Robinsons statement came follow g a series of conferences with Bes or this in which the former scussed the prospect for farm loan oard support of his bill establishing 3 per cent interest rate and provid ng a long term for payment through ssuance of bonds to individual own ra for The Hampton congressman haa ecn working on this bill throughout The Last of 1932 Well See What 1933 Will Produce TPHIS is the last week in the year 1932 a year that was productive of much in the way of disaster and the development of unpleasant Well hopo that the words of the recently pop ular Happy Days are Here actually come true at any rate the disasters that oc curred during 1932 will not occur and the reconstruction pe riod may be said to have fairly With sunshine com ing over the many of tho nonessentials removed or cut to the the trend upward is cer least we can go forward wkh GOOD NICK Cheered Hearts of the Little People Here QANTA hoaryhead k ti but with cheery he Seventysecond congress but has f a Renerous roled ever been able to secure sufficient Ackley on schedu e time last ssurances of support to justify his itroducing it and pressing for pass He has been attempting this to secure Ita approval by the arm loan 1 will vote for the voluntary do lestic allotment he said when Ill vote for anything offers a measurable promise of elief for the It is almost mpossible to describe farm condi To page two GUARD AGAINST FLU Than revention is Always Better Cure Know There are cases of flu ii the United The southeast lart of the country appears to be iiost seriously affected by the onset f the disease which the medical au horities incline to recognize as an In Iowa there is perhaps more than he usual number of flu cases and is reported from several points hat influenza is It is well to take warning To ivoid crowds as much as possibly onvenient and to take such precau as the medical men are aclvis In the bulletin that has been issued by the state board of it says o avoid coming in contact with people who have it when sneezing or cover with the hand avoid crowds and and above all get plenty of sleep and Pay Out a Saturday afterneon at 2 bringing with him whole sackfulla of sweets for the tads and More than eight hundred sacks of candy and nuts from Santa Cluus land wore distributed to all whose hands were held of them far beyond the state of the kidlct still evidently holding faith in Santa Several hundred persons crowded around Old Santas car as it was parked at the Main street park there were smiles and smiles and cheery calls of Hello Santa and some of the babes held in their moth ers and fathers arms were held high in order to give the babes n better look at Jolly Old The good effect produced was no ticeable on every ANOTHER HOLIDAY New Years Day Coming on to Be Observed Saturday night at twelve sees the finish of 1932 and the old world will roll into the new year 1938 without a hitch or slip of the People generally like to take their holidays off accordingly Monday will be ob served as a with all lines of business practically suspended and folks can go out and make New Years choosing to to do MARRIED LAST OCTOBER Miss Golda Fisher and Frederick I A wedding which occurred almost three months ago has come to light FRANKLIN DEPUTY ADMITS THEF1 Admits Taking From Treasury For Charles who until 12 was deputy county has ad mitted and signed a confession to the effect that he embezzled from the county Lane says he used the money to buy stocks which declined and consequently he was forced to keep taking money to make his margins His operations have extended over a period of one year and by skillful manipulation ho managed to cover his tracks and get by the The county treas urer discovered the shortage and im mediately discharged who made the signed The atate checkers were notified and have just completed their The New Amsterdam Bonding Company has made good tho shortage and indi cated they would not as Lane ia bedfast and has been since the discovery of the Lane has been a trusted and accommodat ing official for the past five and this development cornea as a great CHOOSE DEPUTIES County Officials Designate Those Who Will Be Frank recently elected clerk of Fred Miller and Treasurerelect Schmidt have determined upon the selection of dep uties in their several who has been serving for several yeara in the treasurers will assume the office of dep uty in the auditors office in January Walter Guenther will be assistant deputy in tin Carrol Rubow will become deputy in the clerks office and of and Jennie of will become deputies in the treasurers The above appointments are sub ject to approval by the board of su pervisors at its first meeting on the first secular day in Just Simply Packed It is reported that purchaser of the Hall department store at lowu who conducted the business two weeks or just folded his tent like tho and silently faded away in the small hours of Satur day night and Sunday Load ingbegan at 11 oclock and by five the remnants of the stock had been loaded and on their way It is stated the clerks were paid up to Sat urday night that they were told they could take Monday off rent CARRYING ELEVEN BANKS Porter of Nevada In Charge of Numerous Defunct of of tbe state banking in charge of the affairs of several that gone on the rocks with the several assistants who arc working under his and the departments now has a total of since the close and addition of the last one at Iowa to clean up and dispose It is not only a mans job it is several mens Insured for The Grundy county board of super visors has reinsured the court house and jail buildings and the court house furniture and fixtures as follows tornado and fire am the court house fire and 500 tornado on the and on Johns Johns day is being observed by Masonic lodges throughout the state and In the larger citiea of the state Masonic lodges and Eastern Stars have special during the past It is that on the doublestore room had been According to Andrew of the M5S8 Goldat daughter of paid to the end of the It is State Banking the mon Mr3i pisher residing near Iowa stated the autotrucks were from Du ey that has been paid out to deposi and Frederick son tors in defunct banks of the of and Fred Eggert of this luring the recent amounts to The event took place 6 at more than two and a quarter million Both and That means that that amount Eggert were graduated from Ackley of money has again been put back High School in the class of NOT A GOOD SOLDIER Man Rejected as Too Lived to Be into circulation in business and trade During the year following graduaSeventy years ago James Mc hannels of and practically all tion Frederick attended Gates BusiCreary was rejected for service in share in the distribu nesjj College at since which the Union army because physicians time he has been in The said he was too frail for the rigors Many more millions are tied couple at present are living with the of military ut ppyments will be made just as grooms speedily as In addition to state the BEN HAYUNGA DEAD Another One of Ackleya Old Time Funeral Ben one of Ackleys old time died at the family home in this city Tuesday morning at about 8 oclock he had been under the caro of a physician during past several months death was duo to heart Born in Stephenson Illi he came to this section of Iowa with his parents in 18G7 they locat ed in German and the years of his life were spent there up to the time of his removal to in the early He was united m marriage to Miss Lizzie Bleeker in 1884 she survives as does his also a res ident of German His fa ther lived until well past ninety years the latters wife still Irvin Bleeker is a and other He was genial and com panionable had made a success of his efforts as a farmer on coming to Ackley he did not engage in busi ness but had varied interests and was He was born July Funeral services are to be held at Johns Evangelical church this Thursday afternoon burial in Oak wood Still at John former resident of employed on the as an engineer he has been there during the past thirty but still continues on as one of the World Journal readers finds that it will not be necessary for him to remove that city because of changes madet on the He will remain at A Lot of Friends wish them He died at his home at at the age of He had outlived all the men of his acquaint The Christmas lighting contest ance who were accepted for military sponsored by the WaTanYe Club of Few homes in Ackley during the Ackley resulted as follows past ten in which there has not Pearl 1st Cleon been one or more members of the 2nd and Frank Goettel Prizes family under care of a The were ancj j prevailing affliction is more commonly The Miss Mary Catherine a student this year at Cedar is a visitor during the vacation period at the Dun Lynch home north WaTanYe Club last week of filled fourteen baskets with groceries and Woodford Fisher and other eatables and brought cheer Trainer is in Chicago spent Christmas day at tho home of to fourteen needy Ackley spending the holiday season with rel Mrs at Iowa for Aska for a A petition that has been filed wHJi the clerk of courts of Hardin is that of Pauline resi dent of Paul Welko she asks for a Since leaving Ackley several months Wel ke has been living near Col at the general delivery FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAYTHIS WEEK i U R Liberal you would save a dollar and yet have The WorldJournal for an entire pay on one of these up to Saturday December You get The World Journal one year for only If you are an old subscriber ami wish to take advantage of this pay your back subscription for just half and then for a year ia You Save Money Either If you owe you can settle the account for Then pay and your subscription will be paid for a year in The label on your paper shows the date to which you are If you are unable to come send us your This applies to outoftown subscribers as HERES A DOLLAR FOR YOU The Ackley WorldJournal Married Thirteen Elmer Peters finds that time flies He and Peters are recalling some of the experiences of the past thirteen On Decem ber they will have been married that length of A New and Andy Van Heiden have a new baby daughter at their that arrived the day The little Miss is being welcomed by brothers and sisters as a gift from Santa Miss Marion Rob en came home Thursday from Lament to visit over Christmas and New Years at the R o b e n residence and Miss Roben states that the flu epidemic necessitated the Lamont schools closing Tuesday last Lee who recently resumed his college work at is visit ing during the holidays with his fath er and Addie WhitesJde was at Saturday and returned home her son Ti   

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