Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 1, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

December 01, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa te tJefcf GuMit! Sit.. I, 1174 I Jazz Concert Tuesday I Two tastrumcntal music groups from Washington high I school will be featured in a jazz concert Tuesday at 7 30 p.m fin the Washington auditorium I Contemporary jazz, jazz-rock and swing selections ar- I ranged for the modern big bands of Woody Herman and Buddy Rich will be included on the program. Appearing will be the "Revolutionists" Band I and fWashington Jazz Band II The "Revolutionists" are the reign- ling state champions among high school jau bands as a icsult winning the sweepstake'competition at the 1974 Drake unl versity Jazz Spectacular. I Soloists who wiir be featured include Tim Datigherty, I piano; Dave Crites, guitar, Bill Davis, alto saxophone, and BDeMar Southard, trumpet. I The jazz bands are directed by Dick Brickley. Admission gfor adults will be for students, 75 cents. Mrs. LaLone To Head Army Effort day dinner, unless you James Oetken. a member of the Salvation Army advisory board aiid chairman "of (he Christmas appeal, wrote in Ihe letter going into the ;mail this weekend. Brigadier Mrs. J.; E. La- Lone, a retired Salvation Army officer, Saturday was named to supervise the community clearing house activities for the Christmas assistance program in Cedar Rapids. Eugene Adney Salvation Army announced that "Christmas .appeal" letters will go into the mail this week as.a major part of the effort to raise the goal; of. this, year's project.: ,v; total :pf was. con- tributed a year ago to finance a Christmas.. aid program which .reached a total of persons. Jt..included food or- ders for 233 families, grocer- ies for 76 elderly, Christmas gifis and other assistance to 309 families; t 1 In addition, .the Salvation last year, visited and presented Christmas re- membrances to. 926 individu- als in nursing homes, hospi- tals and jails. "There, are children, right here in our town, who won't have toys, a warm coat, a holi- In'diyidua'is'- and organiza- tions which know :of. families in need of heip'pr who'want to sponsor assistance for'a fami- ly or families were invited to contact the Salvation Army, 364-9131; The -Salvation- for several years as the community clearing house two-fold .'purpose: (1) To avoid duplication of effort groups and (2) To insure that .every- family which needs, ''assistance re- ceives it.'at Christmas. Mrs. Latqhe and her hus- band, who also was a Salva- tion Army officer, served for .several years as head of the corps in Cedar Rapids, before transfer to other locations. After retirement, they re- turned to Cedar Rapids and now live at 1314 K avenue NE. Dear Editor's Note: "Dear Genie" is prepared .under the auspices of .the Linn County Heritage society. Questions should have .an tewo must be kept to a 50-word limit and clearly typed or printed, theywill be published on a space available basis. They should be sent directly to Dear Genie, P.O. Box 75, Cedar'Rapids, Iowa, 52406. Names and addresses must be Included because readers who can help will send answers directly to the questioner. :DearGenie, Information wanled on Minnie Burkholtz and family who lived in yhrvllle, Calhoun county, Iowa. Known children: John, Charles, Frartk, Minnie and Lettie. Their cousin says .there were three more, names unknown. Are any still alive? Mrs, Onalee Arnold, RR 3, Marion, Iowa., 52302; Need pairits of Nancy Jaie Llllie who married Samuel Smith Guthrie -in Cedar county, Iowa, on March 8, 1859. Nancy Jane is reported a sister who married a Reed (Reid) and went to California to live. Another sister is report- ed to have married a King and lived in Texas. Mrs. N.S. Anderson, 1827 B street, Iowa City: Iowa: 52240. Searching for descendants of James J. Jarrad and Mary Benson who were from Allegheny county, N.Y. They .left there in 1830-1850s for Jones county, Iowa, town of .Wyoming. They also lived In Jo Daviess county, 111., for awhile; 'then in 1850-1880S they lived In Chickasaw in Chickasaw, county, Iowa, and both died there. Children: XJrimes, Dorothy Jane, Oil- timus Benson, Cecelia, David Elizabeth, Edgar Lor- en, James J., and Allen Fish Jarrad. Mrs. Rela Phelps, 230 Buckley road, San Luis Oblspo, Calif., 934Q1. Desire Information on the Walratn (was family tree. Jacob Walrath married Mary Ann Steinhart (Stein- heart) m 1850. Was Jacob's father named George? When and where was JScob born? Any information appreciated. Linda Walrath, 146 Fortieth street NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52402.; Wish to contact descendants the Altringer family, par- ticularly those of Susannah Allringer, 80, Jiving with the Reimer Soehren family, in Walcbtt, Scott county, Iowa, in 1870. Also, descendants of Chester and Martha Pease who resided in Independence, Buchanan county, Iowa, in 1885 with known children Fanny, George, Harry, and Herbert. Janet K. Pease, 10310 West 82nd place 102, Arvada, Colo., Benjamin Bowman, born 1841 In Ohio, still living In El- rfora, Iowa, in 1926. Married when? Where? Sarah Ann Rodabaugh, when did she die? Sarah Bush Rogers, was she a widow' Which wife was the mother of these children: Harriett, born about 1882 in Iowa, married Ross Miller; Florence, born about 18TO, married Davis; Eugene, born Indiana, married Ann Able; George, born 1887 in Indiana, married Mrs Bowman, RR 5, Columbia City, Train Women For Public Jobs Ideas Give him comfort for Christmas! Let him slip into these soft vinyl slipper moccs during his leisure hours. Available in black or tan. Sizes for most men. {Also, a fine selection of women's slippers available. 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