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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - January 6, 1944, Ackley, Iowa Since i860 a Constructive GommnnttB NIETH JANUARY N BUREAU HER PROGRAM ON Mil of 60 Men From the Country Here Monday A meeting of members of the Etna township Farm Bureau was held in Municipal building in flonday to discuss matters interest to members of the organi Sixty or more persons were I Representatives of were present and gave f brief The principal talks were Ion Money as it ap plies to Next Saturday forenoon at I oclock a special recording will be given over on sub Meets of particular interest to farm men and No efforts will I be spared to entertain and and all are urged and invited to tune At Monday evenings meeting among others present were these of Hardin Coun ty Extension home El Dick George Hef George and others A male quartette sang several se The quartette is composed I of Charley Walter iHenry Janssen and George Richts Refreshments were served by the ladies of the Township Remember to tune in next Satur day forenoon at Hear the pro gram as it comes over OUR DEMOCRACY Russian Red army claims to have taken more territory and Reds to get little help from Prohibition to come up in congress Dewey advises state of New York to lock up its surplus To use after monthly for at least twelve proposed for returning sol diers after Hungarians tolk border sub Lester Son of and John Awarded Silver FAMILY GATHERING f The Ammann Brothers and Sisters in Reunion After 25 Monday evening 27 and Will Ammann had as their sup per guests and to spend the evening their son wife and little grandson of Wells burg and John Ammann of New Mexico August Herman Montana and Henry and Grafe and Wilma of Herman Kasr Its been 26 years that three Ammann brothers and the two sis ters Pepperling and Heit land had all been So this was a very happy Relatives and friends of Arthur Neymeyer will be happily interested in knowing that he has received rec ognition for gallantry in on the part of his commanding The citation reads Under the provisions of AR 600 as the following named has been awarded the silver star for gallantry in action Lester grade for gallantry in when bomb ing and strafing enemy planes had set fire to a vehicle near an ammuni tion Corporal al though warned of the ranger in removed the burning vehicle to a place of safety and extinguished the By command of Major General chief of staff Leon idas Com BROW IS WET WITH HONEST H6 BARNS HE AND HE LOOKS THE WHOLE WORU IN THE FACB HE owes NOT ANY Happy A baby girl was born on Christmos day to and Jim Streit of Streit was better known to Ackley people as Esther who operated a beauty shop above the Ackley State Bank for era This is their first The little girl will be called Carol Krell is recovering from a four weeks siege of INDUSTRY AND THRIFT ARE RUGGED AMERICAN VIRTUESESSENTIAL IN THE BUILDING OF THE CpUNTRXTHAT AMERICANS ARE PROUD TO BE UPHOLDING DETERMINED TO WHAT WE TO SPEND ONLY FOR WHAT WE TO BUV MORE AND MORE WAR TO BUILD UP OUR LIFE INSURANCE SAVINGS Look the Whole World in the A JUBILEE MEET FOR People of Marshalttown Will Jolly Lucien first coreceiver and now president of the Minneapolis Louis will be the sole speaker at the public jubilee meeting at Marshalltown on which will be staged by the Marshalltown Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the end of the 20year Marshalltown has had its ups and downs along with the Minneapolis Louis railroad and the former Iowa Central The general offices of the Iowa Central were Io ated in that city for any number of and many men wore employed there before the absorption and re noval of the offices to The roads general repair shops have also been located there and Marshall town has been favored with a big nonthly payroll for general office train crews and shopmen during the past forty years and The losses have been keenly felt in general lines of business in that Dut they now are down to the point they will likely AUSTINVILLE CIVIL WAR VETERAN DIED AT 102 YEARS oldest man in Jones county and possibly the oldest resi dent of Jones is dead at Morse was born at and came to Iowa with his parents in He lived in the Wyoming Vicinity from 1854 with the exception of his years of military He was married His Farewell David pastor of the Congregational church in Eldora the past five preached his farewell sermon Sunday morning and leaves Monday for to assume the pastorate of the Summit Congrega tional Davids and wife went to Eldora in 1939 from Sul Cigarets Stolen At Cedar Rapids Theft of Lucky Strike cig l arets from a truck parked at the load dock of the NashFinch company Thursday was report fid to police by officials of the com pany The cigarets were val ued at Raymond Steinmeier who has been employed at was visitor here with Robert Gresslin in the home of Cora Gresslin and also in the John Johnson A New Baby and High are the par ents of a baby girl born in the Iowa Falls January In Far Away Donald Cross received word recently that her had spent Christmas in tem porarily stationed in a Frank Alberts The condition of Frank who has been bed fast several weeks with flu and is some what and he is able to sit up a short while each At Funeral of and Ambrose Garrick of Garrick and and Abkes drove to Hampton Wednesday where they at tended the funeral of Garricks and Harken visited in the Jerry Rewerts Sunday The Peter Rops family spent the weekend at State Center with Ubbe Cross visited in Ap lington with Beulah Thurs day Bode spent a few days last week in the Frank Fitch home in Jeanette Harken of Monticellb spent the Christmas holidays in the Harken and Alberts of near Cedar called in the Al berts home one day last Earl Brass of Cedar Rapids spent a few days last week in the home of Devinia and Harken and and Paul Rewerts spent Saturday in the Peter Schaap home in and John Siebenga and Abkes and Audrey visited SMERJRANCHES Iowa State Teachers Cedar will hold branch summer schools next year at Estherville and it was announced Courses of 12 weeks and six weeks duration will be offered in each The branches are expected to open early in The announcement said the branch es will be held To enable students to earn the 12 weeks of normal training required as a preliminary to examination for county To enable teachers and former teachers to earn college credits for renewal or reinstatement of teachers To enable students to earn cred its toward graduation from twoyear or fouryear Last year the branches were held Sheldon and funeral of a Ellen Mc who died at her home in that on the previous Funeral services were held on New Years in the later died of a complication of She was the mother of four sons and one One of her sisters lives in another a at Missouri Our Men In the Service WHOLE 6301 WASTE PAPER AND FAT DRIVE Sponsored by the Ackley Boyi Scouts January beginning at The government has asked all Boy Scout troops in the United States to collect paper and fats once a month until further Waste paper and fats are vital war needs just Please tie paper in bundles or put in Do not put magazines and newspapers in the same bundle or Waste fats in tin Your cooperation has been If bundles are missed please call January Term Hardin The next regular term of Hardin ounty court will convene at n WANTS A DIVORCE Eva of New Providence Married in Eva Alice Hunt of New Provi dence filed Thursday in distrcit court a petition in which she asks for a decree of divorce from Roscoe Hunt her petition she mar ried in Whitten on In her petition she asks in addition to a divorce custody of a minor child Audry a substantial financia allowance for the child and hersel and a property adjustment and cost of the Arthur Hofmann at Pine In a recent letter to the World Journal from Arthur who is in camp at Pine he expresses appreciation for copies of the paper he receives that he reads of the home folks with keen and watches anxiously for each weeks Arthur states he has been moved from the preflight school in San to the primary school at Pine Located at Grider which is a govern ment used to train Treated and the best of food and living quarters of the Arthur says the weather has been moderate doesnt imagine hell ex perience the cold and snows common to Iowa at this Signed Cadet Arthur barracks Grider Pine Ambrose who ar rived at Camp Patrick after serving overseas since reached Ackley New Years eve and he and his Anna with his three the Misses Irene and Ack and Miss Mason and with one who has been pursuing work in the army Spe cialized Training program at Colum and who came Jo m the Marine corps stationed In The WorldJournal is in receipt o a number of letters from boys in the If they have not been it is due to the fact tha through the holidays and beyon weve been completely swamped wit matters of extreme Th letterswill appear in due time ther is hope that well be able to extri cate ourselves and be able t attend to the regular run of things Not intentionally overlooked simp LENA THOMPSON DIED DETROIT Funeral Services Here Friday Forenoon Burial at Born in California in Lena resident of Ackley through many died at the home of her Ralph in the city of of a heart Sunday evening at information to this effect was received by her John last Sunday Thompson had gone to the home of her daughter at quite re The remains were received in Ack Wednesday Servicea are to be held at Marys Catholis of which she had been a mem ber many Friday Burial is to be made in Rieverview To page five Returns to Great Elmer who came home to In Overseas Indications are that Floyd Thomp who recently was inducted into the Ui ranks asa sinca which time he has been at Camp is now somewhere in presumably with Amer ican forces in or Thompson received letter from her in which he stated that his mail should be spend a portion of the Holiday Sea addressed to the at New York Mr and Mrfl prom active conduct of his find his gisters at AcWey shop business to that of retumed Great Lakes an ovw 8oWier is but a 8nort gto Chicag0i gQ Wm in ww navai training He Well wishes at San Diego Ca was unable to petty and a safe in due come home at this in the Paul Abkes Sunday eve Bruno Wessels and family spent Sunday in Kesley in the home of his and John Grayce and Julie Kuperus left Monday for Grand after having spent a few weeks here in the John Siebenga and in the parental home in Attend Funeral at Clear William accompa nied by her Miss Marie and Joe were at Cleai in attendance at the Ambrose has a twenty days fur after which he expects to re port at a midwestern He was wounded during the Tunisian cam 6 and John Shugar received wounaea me paign since which time he has been a message Wednesday revealing that in limited first with the their Chas of army police and later as postal had become ill suddenly Friends also welcome him and had been taken to the Visiting at Sioux Oscar Hempel has been at Sioux during the past ten She is enjoying a visit at the home of her Miss Lena a trained resident of that Hardin County Rationing Boards New Riiles C COUPONS Coupons 9 in A books valid untilJanuary B and C cou pons reading Mileage ration1 or Bl or Cl are valued at 2 gallons B and C coupons beariog the readiog B2 or C2 are valued at five gallons Service stations throughout Hardin county have ap plication forms for B ant C supple mental T GAS COUPONS We have mailed the T coupons to all truckers for whom we had com plete There are still a con siderable number of truckers who have not responded to the letter we wrote them requesting further in formation regarding their ODT Cer We are unable to issue the first quarter ration for 1944 until we receive the information requested in this Effective January 1944 the TT coupons used for transport rations and the onegallon bulk coupons that were until recentlty used for furlough rations for members of the Armed will become invalid for use for a transfer of Gasoline dealers have until January 1944 to dispose of these coupons either by surrendering them to their suppliers when replenishing their stocks or by exchanging them at their local Board for inventory Gasoline suppliers will have until January 1944 to deposit these coupons to their ration banking FUEL OIL Period one coupons become invalid January Dealers have until February 1944 to obtain exchange certificate or bank the period one Period two coupons valid Novem ber to February 1944 in Period three coupons valid Novem ber 1943 to March in Period four coupons valid February 1944 to September 1944 in Period five coupons valid February 1944 to September 1944 in NONHIGHWAY GAS Plans for Nonhighway gas appli cations for farmers use to be made through the Hardin C6unty AAA office seem to be quite well estab These applications will be effective March Farmers who do not have sufficient Gas or R coupons to supply their needs until March 1st should apply now for only the amount needed prior to March TIRES The tire situation continues to be the Number One problem so far as shortages and hardships are con Only through the continued cooperation of the people of Hardin county and our Board can we hope to go through the months ahead without serious You have been very patient and we assure youthat we appreciate your bearing with We are doing our best under the present regulations and circum STOVES The order which authorized
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