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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Burlington, Iowa It tue Burlington Hawk Eye today morning. May 20.192a. Part one Page 5 olo Hies i ii news of former Daji takes from flee Elai Bur Lington Hawk fifty years ago. Three baseball games were played Here in one Day. North Hill walloped South Hill 58 to 15 the athletics Defeated the actives 42 to 22 and the bangers beat the Mutual 44 to 17. Edward Harper started on a trip to by Pacific coast. Or. And mrs. William Gillies and four children left for a visit to Scotland. Miss Louisa Harper and Frederick Ralston of Martinsville Ohio were married at the Home of William Weaner to it a Rev. William Salter. Denim Leoise returned Home from a Ion in Florida and other Souther states in search of health. John the Andy aged 79 years died at his Home near Kossuth. A the was a Pioneer of Des Moines county. Richard s., infant son of or. And mrs. Richard Spencer died. Julius the three year old son of or. And mrs. L. C. Wilhelm died at the Home of his parents on the Corner of fourth and division streets. Or. Durant of Stillwater minn., brought a log raft from that place to Burlington by Tow in the unprecedented time of forty one hours. A musical convention we As held in Hythe congregational Church. There were delegates Here from Keokuk it. Madison. Carthage 111., la Harpe iii., Denmark and Wapello. Mrs. George Lebaron died at her Home on South Hill aged 28 years. David Sinsabaugh aged 70 years. Died at his Home on the Corner of pm Levy the and angular streets. St. John a a Church fair netted Over $3,411. Or. Hageman received a Telegram Frow or. Starker stating that the latter and party had crossed the Atlantic safely and had arrived at Bremen. John t. Remey cashier of the National state Bank was erecting a handsome residence on North fifth Street. Mrs. William Jefferson died in Middletown aged 42 years. The grocery store of David Sinsabaugh on the Corner of angular and Boundary streets was destroyed by fire. Or. Sinsabaugh had died a few Days before and his family were attending his funeral when the fire occurred. Samuel Leebrick wrote Burlington friends that he had arrived safely in pan Francisco. Cadwell and Grants Slaughter House in Dutchtown was destroyed by fire. Thirty years ago. The columbian Bazaar for the Benefit of . Patrick a Church was under Way in Grimes opera House. Among the dead were Richard Skinner f. E. Sharts mrs. Mary Wiedemann Zella Pearl Brown and Dennis Melcher. Floods in the Ohio Valley were Caus ing immense damage and the loss of lives. James Frame was re elected president of the citizens association. There was talk of a new line of River packets. Saginaw mich., was devastated by a great conflagration. Arrangements for the Southeastern Iowa Saenger fest were in Progress. City superintendent of schools Robert Mccay was discharged by Board of education which held he could be of no further use in the schools after having brought false charges against or. E. Poppe principal of the High school. The Mississippi was falling and their was a Fine stage of water. Many boats were in and out including a Large number of rafters. Burlington had considerable paving work under Way and More permanent City improvements were planned. Boxing was a popular sport and All sorts of bouts and events were being pulled off when Burlington tired of this pastime wrestling came into favor. The following Burlyng tongans registered at the Iowa building at the worlds fair in Chicago w. C. Sun j Derland or. And mrs. J. L. Waite j miss e. J. Williams or. And mrs. John l. Power miss Ethel Power and mrs. C. M. Waite misses Jessie and Lola Waite c. E. Burg c. M. Biklin and e. D. Clary. The Iowa state federation was meeting in Des Moines. L. T. Jones of Burlington was elected president. Mrs. George c. Lauman returned to Burlington after a sojourn of Many years abroad. She was the guest of the misses Mary and Emma Foster on North fifth Street. A son was born to or. And mrs. Fred Fischer. The state medical society of Iowa met in Arion Hall in the Grimes Block in annual session. Or. H. B. Young was elected second vice president. Miss Lillien Nealley and George Roy were married by Rev. Or. Palter. Ten years ago. The new United presbyterian Church building in Winfield was dedicated. Miss Mildred noelke mrs. Blodwin Jones Niewoehner and Arthur f. Fel Ker gave a musical program in the congregational Church. The Hawk eyes gallery of local celebrities contained j. W. Mckee Edward Rapp George j. Finck w. H. Debenham Ben p. Poor and w. Of Foster. Daisy Covall a Pupil in the fifth Grade in Saunderson school won a prize in the George Washington essay contest of the Chicago record Herald. The Twenty first annual convention of the p. E. O. Was held in Burlington. The meetings were in the congregational Church. The following officers were elected president mrs. Walter Mchenry Des Monte in vice president mrs. Lillian Long Griffith Harlan second vice president mrs. May Frantz Burlington recording Secretary. Mrs. Bess Brown Manning Keosauqua corresponding Secretary. Mrs. Stella m. Porter Ottumwa treasurer mrs Cornelia j. Sawyer Sioux City organizer mrs. Louise Healy Grinnell. Jack Johnson negro pugilist and heavyweight Champion of the world was found guilty in Chicago of White slavery. Anton Stlltz hanged himself in a cell in the police station. The Iowa biscuit company planned to build a Large modern factory on third Street. Among the dead were mrs. Anna c. Sandstedt Joseph held Antone galleried mra Mary m. Green. At the annual meeting of the Crystal Lake club George 8. To Acy was elected president c. Mattes vice president w. P. Foster treasurer j. H. Petti Bone Secretary. The following were made directors George 8. Tracy Robert Moir j. H. Pettibone w. Of Ewinger Earl Young and o. M. Burros. A heavy Hail storm hit Burlington May 14. Chittenden Eastman planned to erect a seven Story Structure on third Street just Southam their of lace building. W miss Delia Unterkircher an Carl f. Jacobsen were married by Rev. Robert Neumann. The Iowa state savings Bank had a grand opening in its new building. Miss Anna Decker and James Thomas Dugan were married by father Hilleary. The girls glee club of the High school gave e pleasing concert in the school auditorium. Prominent among the performers were misses May Hohlen. Beatrice sheets. Gladys Hult. Helen Gladstone. Hattie Marquardt Hilda Michels Lenore Boesch Thelma Anderson Agnes Lange and Vivian Campbell. Miss Louise Roth and Theodore Magnuson were married by Rev Robert Neumann. The annual meeting of the City federation of women a clubs was held in Library Hall. Mra Cato Gilbert Wells was elected president mra Waldin. Recording Secretary mra h. L. Madison corresponding Secretary and mrs. W. F. Mcfarland treasurer. Rested hero today on a charge of found on them. Miss Myrtle o Berino. Its difficult to Tell what a Woma stealing automobiles after the police who said she was from Wadena really thinks by what she does t say. Found them in two machines alleged j minn., but denied having anything to Many a Man who joins in the Anvil to have been stolen. According to the do with the thefts was taken into j chorus would be ashamed to play Sec police the men Are charged with having stolen automobiles in by. Paul and Madison wu., and More than 500 custody with them. I on fiddle. During courtship a Man acquires % but a Man Seldom growls when he it of Good habits that he has no alleged Auto thieves have Over 600 cab keys by the associated frees. 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