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   Ireton Ledger (Newspaper) - July 4, 1929, Ireton, Iowa                                FARMS SHOW JGHT DECREASE IN REAL VALUE s Moines July 2 Although farm values generally continued during the year ending l 1929 the declines were eom slight according to a re iof estimates compiled by the Uni Itates Department of Agriculture average decline for the twelve L period was approximately one would indicate that farm have reached a more stable bas fciates Carl N Kennedy Iowas Itant Secretary of Agriculture in Ksinjr the general situation Re from various parts of Iowa indi tyiat ia setae places farm lands jomparatively higher than a year in other places there still fc to be a slight decline in values le farm income for Iowa in 1928 slightly higher than in 1927 I Mr Kennedy This fact to strengthen thevalue of farm 1 Recent figures show that the r level of farm prices is now 4below what it was a year ago fc due principally to the decline fcp values As most of Iowas income is from the sale of live I most of which is on a coinpara J strong basis the outlook for Lhould not be materially differ 1 i in 1928 Increases On Iowa Farms laing the trend of the last sev the acreage of Iowa farms in 1 T in MinntS awarded Paul IRETON YOUNG MAN FIGURES IN At high noon on June NEW LIVE STOCK REGULATIONS EFFECTIVE JULY 4TH New regulations which will be elective on publication after Julv 4th will materially affect the importatkm of dairy and breeding cattle According to information furnished bv partment c e o born was MRS TJiHATTON PASSED AWAY away at her home mg a lingering illness v abl I de3Sed was weil and favor entire life She was and mother and numerous friends ae gnevmg with the loved ones over the departure of this good woman f bom tor of the Presbyterian C ed the arrival of the brie Before the ceremony Mr Genroo le Phyllis Heuslnkveld and Mas ayne her brother acted as flow for law the GenerS bembly also required a 60 to 90 of all dairyan imported into th not originate in herds DR J B TRIMBLE METHODIST LEADER DIES OFJNJURIES 79 years old died in the ethodlst hospital Sioux City Thursday afternoon of inr r eonh a e on his farm near Sioux Falls S Number 8 f iil Elmer Dittmer wife and son Ireton Iowa George Wright arrived in dzttr j mon aay and will spend some time here overseeing many improvements to be of town Visit mri Vs Elmer Campbell who has been a patient at imported Ruth Budd were flower girl td by renters in 1928 was 545 k of the total acres in farms 1 is OG per cent greater than in hccording to the statistics col by assessors recently siimmar y the Weather and Crop Bureau Iowa Department of Agrfcul Taaancy was the greatest 732 fat in Osceola County and least KT cent in Dubuque County rer there is a fairly marked off of the zones of tenancy ficrthwest to southeast across Sate As in former years the r 50 per cent or more of ten joincides roughly with the region acreage and yield of corn fee northwest counties of Iowa ma can be rented more cheap i it can be owned when taxes siion and repairs are taken in isideration While there are apensations connected with eges of ownership not eas red in dollars and cents re scy changes indicate that liarmers are unwilling to pay e privilege of owning the steady and tremen 01 the tax burden on r as compared with steadily driving pirAn ownership to tenancy pr does not seem to be able to taftkn on to the renter in a measure j ase in land val pil9 up so many that exceeds the income r imparmg land values for was a successful school teacher for a number of years On June 21 1905 she was united in marriage with T H Katton this union one daughter was bom At an early age she united with the Presbyterian church and was aiwavs a faithful member and an active worker as long as her health permit She leaves to mourn her death her husoand one daughter Mrs Walter bchuette of Ireton two sisters Mrs Harlev Whittington of Hawarden Mrs J A Eddy of Worthington Minn two grandchildren and many other relatives and a host of friends j who express their esteem of her use ful life by the beautiful floral offer ings Funeral senices were held from the home at one oclock and at 200 oclock at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon conducted by Rev Otto Canof Sioux City a for mer pastor here iss AJeida Landhuis plaved Mendelssohns Wedding March Ira iey uonald Niewenhuis brother of uv cne bridegrooms e beautiful ring ceremony was B BnH aft6T Mrs B Budd sang I Love You Truly and was accompanied by Miss Aledia Lan a course dinner was served to which included ents brothers and sisters the 6 Mr c T Mis George Juhl from Rodnev Mr and Mrs Roy om Cherokee were guests of hjnor lupucate The original to be attach Iowa Department l e of the founders n and Meth odist hospital in Sioux City than 38 years He re years ago Dr Trimble was a nationally known figure in Methodist circles having served as field secretary for Na Mr and Mrs Amos Richardson and son Bobbie left this Thursday morn ing on a motor trip throughMinne sota They will visit for a time at the home of Ralph Henderson at Montevideo Minn and from there will go to Minneapolis St Paul Dul uth and at intervals will enjoy camp life at several of the popular summer resorts in the state during the entire period of Mr Richardsons vacation from his duties as manager of the Fanners Lumber yard The Misses Velda and Leona Van der Hanun Miss Olga Geuder Louis Goodraanson and Walter Vander Hamm motored to Yankton S Dak on Sunday On their return trip they stopped at the Verona Ylotho hofcle in Ireton where they enjoyed a seven oclock dinner i e past year Hemnkveld is employed in the drepartment of the NatJona Re finingCompany in Sioux City The contracting parties are the son of Mr and Mrs Alvin mkveld residing south of Iretol a graduate of Ireton high school and an exemplary young Petersen was a frequent visitor in th vifijuty and has won many friend JJth her pleasing personally She has taught various rural schools in SIOIK and Plymouth counties The Ledger joins with the nianv friends intending congratulations3 HE Bailey arrived Friday by mo tor frdm Santa Anna Calif to en joy a visitat the home of his brother U A Bairey whom he had not seen for about 25 years ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAHS INSTALL OFFICERS TUESDAY The local Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges held a joint installation of offi cera at their hall iast Tuesday night The ceremonies were conducted by Mr and Mrs Fred Schuette district deputies grand master and president Following the installation refresh ments of ice cream and cake were served to the many in attendance I flowing newly eiected offi ceis lor the next six w stalled Odd Fellows Philip Walker Noble Grand u L Smith Vice Schuette Warden Max FgldtaaA Con Richard Miller KaplainB W Rogers Right Supporter Noble brand Frank Wells Left Supporter JNoble Grand Ora Grau Right Sun porter Vice Grand Will Taylor Left Supporter Vice Grand Frank Taylor Right Scene Supporter B T Good manson Left Scene born at Morth Gowerf Can ada January SO 1S50 Witewd Metnodist church work as a preacher m Canada in 1878 He came to north west Iowa conference in 1881 and was Dpastorates at KockweU and Pomeroy Iowa where he served from 1881 until 1887 In 1387 he was assigned to the Gal Sl l Ur aild served theye un tn 1890 when he was assigned to Ode bok Iowa where he served until 1893 f Ittlf he was appointed super intendent of the Sheldon Jowa dis nct where he served until 1898 In 1898 he was transferred to the Caty district serving until 1903 field sec JS the National Bo3rd of For eign Missions in 1903 In June 1916 he returned as super of Sioux City disTrfct in which capacity he served until 1923 He was executive secretary of MINISTER WELL KNOWN HERE DIES IN CALIFORNIA fS been recejved here that Jackson son of Rev J nan church in MANY ATTEND PRESBYTERIANS ANNUAL PICNIC The members of the Presbyterian church and Sunday School old and r forgot the cares of farm desk and nohie foj a brief afternoon and evening pate in their annual picnic the fine lawn at Horse shoe lawn tennis and ntt0 games were pleasant pastimes Two years ago Dr Trimble and his wife moved to Long Beach Cal This spring Dr Trimble returned to look near Sioux Falls three sisters Mrs Leh Me TT j been a missionary 40 2nd Mrs Sterling Callender of sask ftrrnoTTTOTi finrJ i i a nVT t 570 brothers Wm of Amhurstburg was a member of the Methodist ooard of iiospitalsi homes a trustee of MornSglde cou ege ana the Methoist hospffifand a ager of the Bethesda home fund A happy family reunion was at the A W GrlSwaM Iowa when we will be open thruout toe remainder of the year to serve you with the best and reasonably priced building ma terial for your building plans to take care of your orders for Paints Fence Posts Fencing all kinds of coaL Hebekahs Clara Atwood Noble Minnie Bergstrom Vice Grand nrna Cooper Secretary Anna Hug M Cora Walker Wardel Maiy Morrison Conductor Lulu 1 willnian Right Supporter Noble Grand Emily Lean Left Supf Jsoble Grand Josephine Smith Supporter Vice Grand Ada Vande Water Left Supporter Vice Grsnd Lilhan Schuette Musician r Levering Chaplain Jennie Grai gde Guard Mary Smith Outside who had never met some of the i wife and s Minnesota and of ers Sunday Jnrie 23 on of diseases a angering illness Funeral services were held at Riverside the the Dr Jackson was well known many of the older residents S regarded as a powerful death will be t and xvife returned to home at GaryS Dak on Tues Ster Mr a J1Sit atlthe home o Dittmer and AL SHERWINWILLIAMS DIP 140 to Best 85c per gallon SoBosSo Fly Spray ar price pef PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BRUSHES Hardware I t armers CoOperative Association ruu in Lumber Gram Coal Fiour and Feed RICHARD DIX IN ALL TALKIE WHEEL OF LIFE Popular Star Will Appear At Princess Sioux City Starting Saturday June 6 Richard Dixs second alltalking pic ture comes to the Princess yJulr 6th for faPs have been clamoring con santly for more dramatic rolas for thar nero in drama Romance Dix in soldier uniforms i they cry The Wheel of Life is draima Tf is more It is the drama of a ro mance that refused to be killed a ro mance that began in a London fog blossomed m the sunlight of India and climaxed in the mountains of Tib et Here is a love story pure and simple that is sure to please young and old ahke Wxrel Life is for air Dix because it brings him tonvard in a role of the type in which ne seems to be at home ffe i the heman without losing the poise of a gentleman He is bold without restraiM of the chivalrous ir IS Mlss wioc first Talkie novelties and Paramount s complete the two hour program ular prices will prevail 300 shows at o clock HONOR ROLL The following have renewed their subscriptions to The Ledger since last publication of the Honor Roll l ou J A Lindenman Albert De Raad Sr Peter Moeller Conrad Reinking Maurice Elmer Wright Redwood Fali8 Minn J H Gamble Siders Hartford Glen Miller Bronsoa FRIENDS AND MONEY A real friend is one who knows ail about you and likes you just the same In 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