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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Burlington, Iowa Iwo the daily Hawk Eye Gazette Burlington Iowa monday april 19,1987. Good 4h cub pro gum seen Edith by Kari Given Chap in recognition of health contest Tri Sut fair corp. Directors Tad chamber of Commerce agriculture committee leaders Tod or predicted record 4-h dab activities for the fair next August is the result of Success of the Annua club banquet at hotel Burlington saturday afternoon. Approximately two Hundred 4-h boys and girls were guests of the fair Board and chamber of Commerce at the banquet which was marked by an excellent program and which waa not concluded until late in the Day. Short reports were made by co in to agent c. C. Cotton miss Eleanor Sandstrum. Girls Leader and Bomi demonstration agent for the county mrs. Mark Barton girls chairman for the county and Mark Barton boys chairman. Others int Rod need. Several others were introduced in eluding a. L. Biklen a. D. Rapper William Booger Delbert Murray and e. C. Cady of the fair Board j g. Oertel. William b. Hunt. Richard Gustafson. E. C. Cady a. D. Reppert and m. E. Toothacre of the chamber agriculture committee. Mortimer Goodwin was presented As were several others Active in this work in eluding Art Wagner farm Bureau . Club leaders and members also were introduced. C. W. Bond. Chamber of Commerce Secretary presented a cup to Edith Belknap Abo won the state 4-h health championship at the fair in Moines last year after winning first place in the Tri state fair. Rov Murphy chairman of the 4-h banquet committee was toastmaster for the banquet. Tanker gives in location. The Rev. Carl v. Lambert pastor of grimly lutheran Church in Burlington. A the invocation. George Aid of Burlington led group singing. Walter Stone arranged the vaudeville program which was As follows Molly and Bonnie Thomas Mill try tap dances Standley Bandera vocal Billy Armson. Peggy Jean Smith and Katherine Fladt song and dance act Jack Slingluff Lyric baritone Donald Lohmann and Jimmy Wahutka song and dance aet i mores Smith song and dance Adt and Gloria Weiser Reading. Ass la attendance those at the banquet were Marie Peterson. Eileen Beckman. Evelyn this Helen Wiemann Doris Gieselman. Jean Bryant Carol Meyer Elsie Fischer Dorothy Breuer Dorothy Richardson flouts Blakeway Ruth Walker. Trlla Reeb. Violet Brown. Beta Wiemann Ethel Bryant Agnes Wiemann Edna sch Nicker. Melba Brockway. Wayne Gebeline Ralph Todd. Dwight Stocker Kathryn Walker Elaine Davis Mildred Heilger. Mary Swank. Hubert Jones hasp id Beekman j. Edward Beekman. Lob Lane. Charles messenger Thomas c. Todd. Charles Koettner Mark Beckman Don Riffel Robert Beckman. Bob Pierson Frederick Timmerman. Marvin Woodward Donald Kugeler Frank Dewein John Eden. Dale Housman Leland Dousman Erwin Barton William Brumm Lloyd Beekman Ralph Brown. Arlene Bowman Mildred Coppet. Dorothy mat Housman Kathryn Beck. Mildred Carlson Marjorie Brandmeyer. Lois Wagner Odessa Redding Georgiana Nau Anna Evelyn Hanna Esther nos. Ray safer Mary Alice Beck Ruth Nau. Betty Ann Wagner Marcella Myers. Verona Bellew Dorothea Broeker Virginia Gael the june Wolverton. Laura Ruth Wellman. Wilma Arnold. Betty min get. Dorothy bark Unanita Beck. Lucille Willson. Muriel Baker. Louise k. Miller Frances Jones Irene Hutchcroft. Dorothy Ann Blake Patty Jones Genevieve Thome a. Irma Young Dorothy Schuler Ruth fac Lyle Fern Hutchcroft Velma c. Thomas. Marilee i Coner Ethel Barton lots Willson Barbara Hingst. Virginia Eads mrs. A. V. Wagner mrs. Mark Barton. Mark r. Barton. Cecil Krekel. John g. Dertel or. Edwin h. Place. Lorena Hendrick. M. E. Toothacre. W. K Hunt Clarence Cameron. Erma let i Tach. Erma Kellogg. It j. Wesson Claude Oberman. Charles e. Waterhouse. Russell w. Nan c. J. Schulte. Paul of Ronwyn Kel. C. W. Bond. Eleanor san Dextrom. Roy c. Murphy Edith Belknap. A. 1> Reppert. W. M. Bongert. E. C Burlington Persona his Sheet dept. Costs Usko a amp a huf Wolti oni Klon is \ Ock liw twi Kimber n twi Iske to Twig sch tip Ems Miaow Irion Witter urological wsn., Fol fral sri nah of int Misiow urological Man. Joi is urological soil of k very it Dave. m Usa a Garman faint Milbry chining Tampa Ano Captain in be of Flcik my . Ako serving on thi commit Ste St. Of Burlington 9oy Sault of american 4 coloured Mak fined to on liquor charge Par Parson Goat h.45 in Burlington for fiscal tsar Kinu amp Douris to world / War Ano sumo with the la Aud Hospital ambulance it co. 2. Sanitary spa n i v finer no null tar Oahu Rte a i a Fifer on with the rank of in of. A x _ at the War he / w club riot Burlington Ano you gift Ooi a amp is in Law Virti. A Manitu Ivy dirt Iii a Cooke of so lout a has one a a Hoof mcdavid1 / i is a phys flan urology or a he Sirgeo his of the St. Louis at Hospital at % Louis to. A a a first Job As a youngster he took care of his taters horses Lair worked As a Hal per in a Arage he was Sorn in Burlington Iowa you Atid in schools of Burlingto Monmouth College univ. Of Michigan St. Louis univ. Liberal a1� dept. He Ano graduate trom los Meol Cal school a Ini a a. 80wooo ambition to be a Doc amp re Eam k4t it a Maiuu. School Tau result Erma Rosehill Ronald Campbell win in dramatic humorous divisions a Rma Bushill of Hawkeye Union school with the presentation Mickey s Marker Quot won first place in the dramatic division of the Des Moines county Rural school declamatory contest completed Here late saturday. Her teacher is miss Elizabeth Al Chathom. Ronald Campbell. South Jackson school with the presentation a boys will be boys Quot was first in the humorous Section. His instructor is Mona Lenihan. Sooth Jackson school was High in the contest with a first and second Victory. Other results follow dramatic division Francis Houston Prairie Grove school second and Donna Duun an Batty school third. Humorous division Edna Pogge Miller South Jackson school second Fred Dustman. Latty school third. There was s Good attendance at the contest judges for which were ports Jane Kuhlemeyer Edith Hamm and Kenneth Cochran. 30 boy scouts attend opening Buckskin Outing thirty boy scouts attended the first of the Buckskin Many a training course hikes held saturday. Ime mum buoys planned the Iowa taxpayers association. In a report on Street departments said today that the net Cost of these departments in is cities of Over 6,000 population was 91431,462 for the fiscal year ending March is 1926. In Burlington the Cost was 636,842 or 61.45 per capita. The report was the fifth of n series on Cost of City government made by the associate Len. The Street departments total does not include capital improvements. Salaries wages and miscellaneous expense under the divisions of the departments were general Street expense 6465,072 Street cleaning 6354.765 Street paving. 6136.190 sidewalks and Crossings 623.330 grading 6230,711 Bridges 679,690 Snow removal 6108.861 Weed cutting. 115.221 miscellaneous 616.146 total $1,428,986. From this was deducted total collections of 697,524 received from Street opening Street sprinkling oiling Weed cutting and miscellaneous sources but not including sewer receipts. This showed a net total of 61,331.462. The net average per person Cost in the 35 cities for Street departments was 61-64. Average per person Cost in the Ive High cities was 62.43. These included Sioux City 62.52 Ames 62.50 Des Moines 62.46 Charles City. 62.37 and Newton 62.29. In the five Low cities the average per person Cost was 67 cents. They included Chariton 35 cents Creston 64 cents Centerville. 73 cents fort Madison 78 cents and Oelwein 83 cents. Figures listed. Cost figures for cities Over 5,000 population in Iowa for the fiscal Vear ending March is 1936, follow total expense Street City dept. Des Moines 6350.317 Sioux City. 199,748 Davenport. 73,471 Cedar rapids. 96.398 Waterloo. 46,198 Council Bluffs. 38,232 i Dubuque. 77,293 Albert Peg Woods coloured arrested saturday afternoon in a police raid at 216 Angula Street pleaded guilty in police court this morning to n charge of illegal Possession of liquor and was fined 6199 and costs. On the raid were t. J. Gill superintendent of Public safety. Police chief Delbert Murray. Captain Joe Baird and officer Bob Johnson. A pint of a Moon Quot and some whisky glasses were seized. Poster heralds scout Jamboree seed Dike is robbed of $438 breaking at Earl May store on main Street sunday evening a the Earl May seed store on main Street was broken into sunday evening and 6438 stolen from under the counter police were advised. Entrance was gained via a second Story window in the rear and the thief apparently made exit the same Way. The Money had been Bidden underneath the counter and while numerous checks were strewn around none was taken. Police assert an Effort was made to get into the Cash Register but that it was not forced. There waa about 660 in the Register. Supt. Gill announced that the robbery took place Between 6 and 7 p. Rn., and stated that the police department Ham information which May Lead to the identity and apprehension of the thief. An inquest was being held at Mudd funeral Home in h111., this afternoon in an it establish identity of a it n to dead Between the double a of the Railroad Bridge App it Ach it urday evening. Coroner d. W. Mudd of Hen. Son county said that desp e the that Many people have $ mad body without identifying Rera. There is evidence to indicate a resided in the Vicinity of Cam Gulfport in Illinois. The Coroner further re % it Man about 65 years of a. N. Entry had been hit by a i or 1. Thrown from one. The Bod Bow >0 to Dia covered a Burlington or Quot the cheery youth pictured on the above poster la. Artist Norman Rockwell s Conception of just one of the 28,000 boy scouts expected to participate in the National scout Jam fed Man dem at Rai Uay of a ath Artiea seek identity Accident victims inquest u held at Biggsville july a tent City will be erected a brakeman. Paionk he on 50 acres on both Side of the and brought Here Potomac to House the scouts Corn e a # e a e the hike was conducted at the p6nn&h61lt markers for upstate Park under the leadership of George d. Hedrick scout executive and Larry Hoff edits of the spa recreational program. Carrying out the tradition of the Buckskin Man in being Able to a Mac per Mississippi discussed picking up 1,500 River buoys every complis a lot with Little Quot the scouts fall and setting them out again in prepared a three course meal in one the Spring is something of a headache to the Light House service actin can. The meal consisted of Fried Bacon and eggs and baked biscuits. Each boy was required to make his of biscuit dough. The first real hurdle of the hikes cording to e. L. Caldwell St. Louis assistant to superintendent w. G. Will in charge of Light houses on the upper Mississippi. To cure the will be encountered next saturday headache the service is proposing to morning when the scouts will be re install bigger and better buoys few discuss plans for schools part in cleanup Campaign supt of schools w. G. Brooks a by c. W. Bond Secretary of the it hamper of Commerce met with school principals at the administration building this noon to discuss the cleanup and a Suntup Campaign. Which will he held in Burlington april of to 30. The school will have an important part in the Campaign. In which schools will in gives Cash Prises on quire to Light their own fires by Home made fire by friction sets they have made during the week. For Many of the scouts this will be their first experience at anything that primitive. After they have built their fires they will Cook twists a form of or in number but substantial enough to withstand Rigours of Winter and onslaught of ice. It is proposed that the buoys be left out Winter and summer and thus eliminate the twice a year task. Assistant superintendent Caldwell a biscuit on a stick mashed potatoes disclosed these plans at offices and kabobs. Of the River District engineers those who participated in Satur Rock Island which he visited in Dav mornings hike were David Advance of the arrival of the Light Stein James Cowles. James House tender Wake Robin engaged in Ottumwa. Burlington Clinton. Mason City. Fort Dodge. Marshall own Muscatine. Iowa City. Keokuk. Fort Madison Boone. Newton. Ames. Oskaloosa. Creston. Centerville Charles City. Oelwein. Cedar Falls. 13,716 Webster City .8.863 Fairfield. 9.644 Shenandoah. 10.572 Cherokee. 6.161 Perry 5.156 red Oak. 6.502 Atlantic. 8.132 Chariton. 1,878 Spencer. 6,328 86.820 38,842 41.988 31,641 20.333 15.340 20.788 25.146 18.361 10.818 14.818 26,474 25,649 9.877 5.539 5.943 19,042 6,494 per person Cost 62.46 2.52 1.21 1.72 1.00 .91 1.85 1.24 1.45 1.63 1.36 .93 .88 i 24 1.64 1.22 .78 1.25 2.29 2.50 .98 .64 .73 2.37 .83 1.86 1.26 1.46 1.63 .96 .88 1.13 1.46 .35 1.06 Scholes. De Park. Homer Ball jr., Jmes Kibling. Wallace Weiss. Joseph Schupp Richard Mclaughlin setting out buoys. New buoys practical. We Hope that next season we Albert Miller Rudy rust Walter will have the appropriation Necea Koester Alvin Peterson Harold aary to set out the larger and better Cable Wesley Whitcomb George buoys Quot Caldwell said. Quot we have Dewitt we. Samp Charles Weyer already proved their practicability Philip Stempel Paul Mccann Louis and All we need is the authority and , Bob Epsenhart. Bill Epsenhart. John Riepe Jack rust Loren leg two of the big buoys have been Worth and Art Engle. Many View new engine on first trip with train tested out during the past Winter in the Vicinity of horse Island six Miles below Davenport. Ice proved a Little hard on the paint but otherwise they withstood the Winter weather in perfect shape. The present buoys Are is inches in diameter five feet in length and weigh 75 a Lane number viewed the new pounds. The new buoys Are 16 inches streamlined steam locomotive of the in diameter eight feet in length Burlington Railroad which had a Overall and weigh 700 pounds each trial in yesterday on the headed they Are build of three sixteenths of westbound no. 9 to Lincoln. The Inch steel plate. During the past engine christened a built at Winter they have been used on the the local shops went Hack through Ohio River with great Success it is Ute basis of participation Blank a Burlington on no. 6 this afternoon. Reported. To be distributed in Home and a Crow it was on hand at the depot establishing of a series of pools a ,hfw1n a it Type of cd Mold and a a ran ont and will make fewer buoys necessary. Pc i red cd re v sri air k v ? nun he a Quot Ore Given Krona a Ltd a up Quot Caldwell said. However it will prob Yaj z a a a no Towl r r Pron cup Odd to the Wah Gin downtown intersections and through a or to necessary to use some of a red a a a a a for to Tribu the present Type buoys in the upper a a it j Secretary Bond announced he will in off in in wittred Hill Artacor Wilts f. To Titre a Sim their a a relative to its old Tom Ireneann. Dame. Jure. I her a Pitlon Ltd the Campaign. Mrs. Tena Hudson former Des Moines co. Native dead Nebraska information was received Here of the death on sunday in Arapahoe neb., of mrs. Tena Hudson 68, following an extended illness. Mrs. Hudson the former Tena Croson widow of w. D. Hudson was born in Des Moines county near Yarmouth. The family moved to Nebraska about 28 years ago or. Hudson died about a year ago and the survivors Are two daughters three Brothers. Everett Croson Chicago. George morning Sun and Greely and two Sisters mrs. S. H. Aine Curtis Nebraska and mrs. Robert it Green Burlington. Ler. John Petersen. Dale corny re. Iran Gugeler. William Dewein. Eve Ema Ham Elton. Marcella Price. Mildred Pilling. The Cima Pilling. Dale Cloud. Eugene Schulte. Harvey Lane. Floyd Housman. Hilary Myers. Grover Willson. Elizabeth Roberta. Marjorie Hohn. Genevieve Hergren. Mary Wilson Dorothy Mae on. Mabel Kunkel. Helen Sutton. Margaret in. Bailey. Muriel Thomas. Susanne Wilson George h. Aid. Walter Stone. Tote i ran am i. Betty Grannaman. Helen Jackson. Lorraine Mclaughlin. Jean e Kettering. Margaret Barton. Edna a Odem Ark. Arnee Ynn Demart. Kell a we on. Of fila Hansworth. Joy list prizewinners of party at Moose when car upsets near fair grounds mrs. William Compton 80554 Jefferson Street was Cut and bruised saturday when an automobile winners of prizes at the Moose driven by her husband and owned Lodge Hail family party saturday by William Hartman of 1725 Wei were a or Street upset at Agency Road i women a mrs. Peter and Roosevelt Avenue. The woman Moiler and mrs. Arthur Furber and her husband were removed to first and second men of m. Gum Ltd Ray Hospital or. Compton re ends of pools to Mark shifting a amp and a bars. The 700-Pound buoys will be j anchored permanently and cannot be moved a the sandbars shift Tbs lighter buoys Ara moved from time to time As the Channel inspector discovers shifting Sand. Loses too Mach blood chief goes to the Hospital Fred Moore is punished by his Stepson then fined Fred Moore 701 South Starr ave a flt Meta a a a. A a a a anus charged with being drunk and of Gand a a it in hour while his disorderly received double punish 1 Robert. 7 a a mrs Kent inst Dight and this morning. Wen to Hwan. Int and miss Naomi Ompton r daughter also a a Avn police Are Call to Bhom aril Gullock. Gar. Aaa unhurt. _ shortly before Midnight and brought first and John Hileke Bottom ase the car was proceeded along the Moore to the station. His face had the a. Iron Ltd on at of the far been badly battered and it waa Fie nut of a series of Stag pin grounds Aud upset when turning in red in police court today that Mai. Chief of police Delbert Murray had an uncontrollable note bleed Leat evening and was taken to St. Francis Hospital after becoming weakened by the loss of considerable blood. His condition was reported As much improved this morning. Burlington j. C. C. Will Send 14 to Iowa convention Burlington will have at least 14 delegates at the state Junior chamber of Commerce convention in Council Bluffs Friday and saturday of this week Eno Fimmen delegation chairman said today. It is probable Ute seven actual delegates will not be chosen until the group reaches Council Bluffs As the entire group will attend executive sessions with the chairman casting the seven votes rather than seven official delegates doing so individually. A Stag will be held Friday afternoon with Tours of the City also featured. An entertainment program also will take place that with a big professional floor show Given. There will be a breakfast program saturday. Executive conferences and round tables will be held saturday morning with wives of visitors being shown about the City visiting Points of interest and so Forth. The Model luncheon address saturday noon will be by Cullen Wright famous humorist philosopher. The business session will he held beginning at about 4 p. Rn., with election of officers and selection of the 1938 convention City to Mark this meeting. The inauguration banquet that will be addressed by Walter Holman National . There will be a second big floor show and dance that . Burlington is bidding for the 193s convention and up to now Only one other City. Storm Lake is in the race for this meeting. There Are several close Racon tor the election of officers. Mes tuesday Fri f. C. Junker Murray foundry employee died suddenly of heart disease an autopsy has revealed that Frederick c. Junker 1609 Osborn Street who died suddenly late saturday afternoon was a victim of heart disease it was announced to by broken Coa Day by Coroner Chris Adank. He was taken by death while at work at the Murray Iron works foundry in West Burlington. A Crane operator there he was entering one of the Crane cabs when he dropped dead. Born in Burlington dec. 8. 1889, he was the son of or. And mrs. Frederick Junker. He was a life resident of this City. Or. Junker was married to miss Grace Sutcliffe at Dodgeville la nov. 26, 1919. He is survived by his widow and three children mrs. Floyd Gerlach Catherine and Joseph a step brother George Henry a half sister mrs. Minnie Sutcliffe All of Burlington. Or. Junker was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. West Burlington. He had been employed at the Murray foundry 23 years. Services will be held at St. Mary Church at to a. In. Tuesday with interment in Sutcliffe cemetery in Dodgeville. The body was taken to the residence from Prugh s Chapel this afternoon. Men of St. Mary Church will meet at the Home tonight at 7 30 to recite the Rosary. Brought Here. The came Here from Biggs in a body but before leaving pm r permitted Many people to \ Fth it an Effort to establish id Quot r. Had Bridge receipt. The Accident victim wot n How coat and Vest two pair of checked Gray shirt and a $ r. Black shoe. He weighed at., a in pounds was five feet. To in i a and had Light Blue Eye because of the new hot and to it general appearance the Man is r believed to have been a Tram. Although he had hut la Cen i no person. He also had Anion. A in his pockets a return receipt Macarthur Bridge stamped Ain. Saturday the Many a hat bore the Lair fat. Pleasant store which Baa s r oat of business several r a by in workers Alliance plans protest of new truck Bills Label dated 1913. He Woie an s size shoe. Apparently dying of a fact h Skull the Man also Buffe re broken right Arm several fact and a deep Cut on his Back. Civic music group passes member goal Burlington civic music Mon ship week closed saturday nigh and the goal set for 299 no Libers was not Only readied i f a passed those in charge Annous it officers of the association a grateful not Only to the work to assisted in making the annual a be ship Campaign a sue by those Wiio assisted by lending a a support to the association who makes possible three concerti a year by famous artists. The Talent committee will d upon the concerts to be Given announcements of which will by f it coming at a later Date. Retailers to talk plans for luncheon Here saturday noon an important meeting of the retail merchants Bureau will be held at hotel Burlington at 9 30 a. In. Tuesday called by chairman a. M. Rasmussen. The meeting has been called for _ discussion of plans for the Farmer business men luncheon to be held at the botel saturday noon and which will be addressed by Charles Rice of the Chicago livestock Exchange. Junior leaders of y. M. Hike to Park a former resident of Burlington Dies in West coast City mrs. Clara Cedarstrom formerly Clara Barnet of Burlington died sunday in los Angeles calif., Accord ing to word received by her Slater mrs. Ida Martin 901 South main Street mrs. Cedarstrom is survived by three children in to Angeles Edwin Daisy and Helen. Services will he held in los Angeles. Denney. Doris Reed. Elnora Mande ochre tournaments thro handed onto Agency Street. Mark. I Jle Johnson. Fam Ormy Kathryn Noble. For Landrum George coed injured in a fall at Home George cond. Sit sooth Airest suffered n mastered hip in a fall at his Boms saturday . He was taken to Burlington Hospital. Or. Coadie office manager of the j. 8 Schramm Ca store. Will is Beld at the bail tuesday of this weak will distribute prunes this week those enticed to surplus government commodities Erin Ceil at their new auditorium plans Are Here the beating bad been administered by a Stepson. Moore was fined 615 and sent to jail until such time As be Para the Fine. It was alleged that a had abused members of his family. Moore Baa been in custody Sev local Council k. C. To initiate 13 candidates plans sad specifications for the new memorial auditorium on the Era times for intoxication. His wife levee have been received by the City announced that she will seek a i _ _ Aad too file in the Vorce. And Moore agreed that when their in a 0r architect r. B Carswell. A a Tom out of ill a in remove he a nil a 1vwu Fnu a May be inspected by clothes and other Persona effects faced this morning at tee Relief contractors interested in submitting from the Home which. It in report we id. Is the pro it end of Mig. Mooi the first degree of Tho order will be exemplified at the regular meeting of the knights of Columbus this evening preliminary to the conferring of the second and third degrees Here next sunday. The exemplification of the work will be in charge of the degree team of the local Council. Thirteen candidates will be initiated. Ray Fisher chairman of the y. M. C. A. Junior Leader hiking club committee arranged a saturday afternoon hike in which the following boys took part John Fry Nathan Parrott Robert Schreiner James Arnold Dick Stoermer. David Cowles Richard Schoell. David Soho Ell. Dean Nelson. Robert Wisch Meier. Thomas Bowman Ray Fisher John Klein. Frank Kiehne Jack Archer John Stubbs and Ralph Moss. Tea boys hiked along the Cliff Par to Crapo Park. They watched the Burlington Zephyr hark into the station viewed the ducks on a special meeting of the worker Alliance of Des Moines count has been called for tonight at 8 of clock at the City Hall to plan protect against House files 530 and 532, new measures with reference to the licensing of trucks now before the state legislature. A truck Drivers and others concerned Are invited to attend the parents to a definitely planned t p pfc ing it All via Hiipfl in the the Alliance claims that a Man who now plays a truck License of r roys to hold parents on april mtg John Klein of the v c. A. Junior leaders club it. Has bounced the Date for the part program of april 2l plans for the program have a a discussed in past meeting Ami boys Are now ready to in it 625 a year will pay 6114 annually of the measures Are adopted and that same will work too great a hardship on Small truck Drivers. Four fire alarms Are answered in City Over week end the there were four fire alarms answered Over the week end with two of them for roof fires. There was a roof fire at the Home it mrs. Mary Anderson. 611 South Central Avenue at 2 45 p. M. Sunday and at the Home of mrs. John Larson 120 South Starr Avenue at 7 58 saturday both were believed caused by Chimney Sparks of 10 30 saturday a dog Kennel of the Ralph Rogers Home 3204 West Avenue was damaged by a fire believed caused by an Oil beater. The floor and Wall were scorched by the flames. A child at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Ober locked the door while in the bathroom at 8 12 a. In sunday and it Wras necessary to rail the fire department to Rescue the child. A 24-foot ladder wan used and the firemen entered the House through the bathroom window. Gram. All the boys in the in apartment wishing to take part in a program will he Given some the feature. No admission w charged. The program will con of gymnasium work games swimming. Funeral services held at Kent for mrs. Law it Vid a a of 4 Rte to it George alts to sneak before Aledo groups George Alf of Burlington will River As they took flight and landed Ake re talks in Aledo. Iii., Menthe water and played baseball at aka a on Tho National Cap on the Park. The boys had a swim in the a by Quot Pool afterwards. Fisher announced a bicycle hike for saturday afternoon. May i. Eligible for parole 4 months Itol. And giving some observation on european conditions. He will speak at the Roosevelt military Academy at 1 15 p. Rn., at. A n a the Aledo High school in mid after i apr i 10 noon. And before the kiwanis club at 6 30. Services were held in Var for mrs Lydia Caroline y it Lepe of that town Are it word received by relative locality. She was Horn near if a aug 12. 1862. The dragger Ltd and Simon Witte she mar a a Breuer. Feh 13. To i c were born four children Eva dying in Early child1 Breuer died May 27. 1c a on april 19. 1�34 she to Albert h. Ripe and # Dren were Horn to the i f is survived by her Husha children m. W. Brener a Colo. Mrs. Myrtle Mediapolis. La. Paul a r1 1 James of of Eph of a a a re a Ruth Ritter of Omaha a grandchildren and one wry 7 child also survive in Niece. Mrs Meda on1 ter of a deceased alter she had her Home with on the death of her brother. Edward Witte a a it ver. Colo. Mrs. Lepe was a me Quot Baptist Church which she 1893. Following the a Kent mrs. Lepe a Morgan cemetery South mrs. Lepe died at her i and services were held. J ifs a he p or 4 re Jack Swayne and Oral Fleming of Burlington who on saturday surfed serving Fermi of a year la Leavenworth following conviction on a conspiracy charge involving dealings Mack Townsend is clergy sneaker number make reservations for Chow cd id a number of Resen members of the Des Moines county county ministerial association heard made for the dinner r i. A h. .u.ihi. I a by mgt Fyk t town and. Mana i Chow club at it o Wlk Quot rth local town stat of the for parole in four month. A j Merit service office at the Semi p Large attendance i v Learned today. Monthly meeting in the y. M. C. A reservations should he r defendant who were granted pro build lne thl. Morning. Flarence Dowell. A i. . I. Ai 11 it i join there a. A paper read and Dero Horace Hurley of Low a attendance i. Expected at taut saturday were put on probation j Hon followed by a do cult Lon and j Lah world War Rete Tan. A the meeting. Ujj g five year period Trunnels meeting. Seen of 1 speaker

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