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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Cedar Rapids, IowaCedar rapids Gazette. Tuesday August 10, 1937. Thru eight Lowans dead As result of weekend automobile accidents veal in a death toll increased to 276 employee of Cedar rapids company and Llis wife Are killed in crash near Grinnell. Des Homes apr automobile accidents took the lives of at last eight Lowans Over the weekend and the states 1937 High Ray death toll monday stood at 27c, compared with 259 a year ago. A total of Nineteen persons died. Of injuries suffered in Iowa Highway accidents during the week ending monday. This years drowning toll Rose to fifty three As two persons drowned sunday. Altogether at least forty one persons suffered violent deaths during the week. A the weekend Highway victims were James Rose 77, of Vandalia Minim Engle 13, of st. Anthony mrs. Mary Grotheer 22, of Council Bluffs Dwaine Gill land of Pocahontas or. And mrs. Ora Gray both 36, of Newton William Hyner of Clinton and Charles Baldwin 6, i Jesup. Weekend drowning victims were John Puckett 17, of Des Moines and buddy Kramer 11, of fort Madison. Or. And a mrs. Gray died when their car ran a parked trailer truck near Grinnell. The truck Driver Russell Young of Chicago told police he and other motorists attempted to warn the Grays by waving Flash Glits. A Lew minutes before the truck had collided with another Auto and the Driver and others wore attempting to extricate the occupants of the car when Llie second Accident happened. Gray was an employee of the Concrete materials corp. Of Cedar rapids and was a trucker hauling materials out of Belle Plain. Robert r. Hoagland of Newton who was Riding in the car which collided wit i tie truck first suffered serious injuries and was taken to a Grinnell Hospital whore physicians reported he would recover. Spa a inc of Sacry an hour i ex�,rci3t every Day Ano reads the Lanfest books on health a a a a he avoids drafts and wears his r�ob3ej�s Bot when he. Drives he pulls a stunt a cult tit of Lulu. A Grinnell a word reached Grinnell monday coming of the death of mrs. Alma. Cd Riayan Lyon widow of judge Arthur c. Lyon at Whittier Calif., sunday. Mrs. Lyon had never fully recovered from an operation pc Formea at Sah Francisco in june. A born in Grinnell in 1878, mrs. Lyon was the daughter of the late George m. Christian Iowa hotel Man who for Many years included the hotel Allison at Cedar rapids among his properties. Since the death of her husband in Wilmington del., in 192�, mrs. Quot Lyon had spent much of her time on the West coast. She is survived by two Sisters mrs. Sumner by hip of Loyalton Calif., and miss Jessie i. Christian of Alhambra Calif. The body will be brought to Grinnell for burial. Iowa state safety Council couple married in Cave near Monona Monona ins a Farmer Dale Reeves of Castalia and his Bride the former Ruby Buddenberg were honeymooning today after a marriage ceremony sunday Quot at 40 degrees a performed 300 feet underground in Sony i Cavern by the Rev. William a Striepe while 600 persons outside listened by loud speaking system. Toledo a eighty four of the Smith Emerson a families attended a reunion sunday at Tama. Guests were Phil Cardinal of red Lake Falls Minn. Miss Floris Davis of Toledo and Robert Mason of Marshalltown. Officers elected were president Earl Smith vice president Lester Emerson of Toledo and mrs. Mag be Ruff of Garwin Sec rotary iras user. The oldest present was mrs. Mary Fredricks of Toledo and the youngest was five woks old James Harold Sutton son of or. And mrs. Harold Sutton of Allison. A Short program was Given by Jean Ellen Whitmore. Doris Emerson Ladona Smith Marylin Mason and Lyman Emerson. The reunion Wilt be held july at the same place. Those present were Lyman Emerson or. And mrs. Elmer Emerson and children of Marshalltown or and mrs. Bert Emerson or. And mrs. Carl Mason and Marylin or. And mrs Charles head or. And mrs. Walter Pugh Clarence and Wayne Emerson or. And mrs. Floyd Whitmore and children or. And . Lester Emerson. Mrs. Mary Fredricks All of Toledo or. And mrs. Ralph Milnor and children of Tama mrs. Emma Belknap or. And mrs. Frank Smith. Or. And mrs Carl Jensen and children or and mrs Tom Higgins or. And mrs. Olin Ruff or. And mrs. Roy Higgins All of Garwin or add mrs. Harold Sutton and son of Allison or. And mrs. Ralph Irons Garwin. 1sl\nchester�?funeral sen ices were hold at the Brown Chapel Here monday for Cyrus m. Mckinnis 77, lifelong rc.= of this Vicinity Whoso death acc erred saturday following a heart ailment. The services were in charge of the Rev. George Winters pastor of the manc Liester Community Church. Or. Mcwan Nis was born on a farm in Dubuque county East of a Olsburg and in 1883 came with ins fathers family to a farm near Greeley. There to was married in 1884 to miss Etta Allen to licit entire married life was the farm and m munches where they came with their children in 1917. Surviving Urc his widow two , Harley my Nis. Aurelia and Earl Mckinnis. Independence and Quot a ters. Mrs. Henry win Del North of Manchester and is �0/ Rinnen near Blanchc scr Bui i vhf also Are six and one sister mrs. Charles m Hanna of Manchester. Postville beginning aug. 8, the regular Day local train from Mason City to Madison will be discontinued and the Milwaukee Sioux will operate on an earlier schedule from Mitchell Sioux Falls and Mason City by Way of Milwaukee instead of through Janesville As at present. This train fast and Ajr conditioned will Cut three hours from the old schedule leaving Postville at 12 26 a.i�., arriving at Milwaukee at 6-35 . And at Chicago at 8 30 ., Central Standard time. Tipton funeral services for Clarence e. Rickard of Tipton fatally injured in an Auto Accident near Stanwood last week were held saturday in the Tipton methodist Church with the Rev. Abram Alyea officiating and the Rev. William Crossley pastor assisting. Burial was in the Tipton masonic cemetery. Kneip at Marks tuesdays special sliced inc ends la. A a Bacon 24�?o squares la. 8257 Center Jun non a Lyle Thompson Young a incr coasted his car Down a Street Here Friday evening in order to Start his motor. On turning he hit an electric Light pole in front of the Norman Johnson Home. The Polo snapped off taking the top of the Johnson porch and an electric meter with it. No one was injured and the car was Only slightly dented. The Johnsons wore not at Oxford Junction a mrs. Edna Rhoads announces the marriage of her daughter Kathryn a Lucille to Wilfred d. Brauer of Wheatland july 26 at the methodist episcopal parsonage in Tipton the Rev. William Crossley performing the ceremony. They were attended by miss Marian Rhoads and Lloyd Stoecker of Toronto. The Bride attic idd the Oxford Junction High school and the bridegroom the Wheatland school. The couple will make their Home in Davenport. Tipton funeral services for Frank Gall 78, were held at the Wilton mortuary in Tipton saturday with the Rev. William Cross Ley pastor of the Tipton methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Rochester cemetery. Or. Gall was born dec. 4, 1858. Oxford Junction a f. H. Shimano attorney of Oxford Junction Lias been appointed mayor of Oxford Junction by the town Council to serve the unix Pird term of Edd g. Lasack who resigned after receiving appointment As manager of the liquor store. Or. A Limanek was town for Many years. Tipton funeral services for Lorraine Nagle infant Daught i of or. And mrs. Alvin Nagle were held at the Home of Henry Nagle West of Tipton sunday. Wit i the Rev. Otis Moore of Tipton officiating. Burial was in attic Tipton masonic cemetery. The child was born july 25 and died at Iowa City Friday night. She is sur Vii cd by lick parents and one sister Marilynn. 3iaquoketa�?dorothy Ralston about 16, of Maquoketa and Clarence m e d i n g e r of near Spragueville wore patients sunday in the Leroy Hospital Here suffering from cuts and Brt rises received alien three cars were involved in an Accident about two Miles of Maquoketa soon after Midnight. Information con Sci Ning the Accident was meager but it was ascertained that one Icar in which Leo Reed was rid my. Had a Flat lire and was proceeding at about 15 Miles an hour on the Hig Luvay toward Maquon Octa. When it was struck by another car from behind. A moment later a third car struck the Sec Ond car and occupants of both the second and the third cars were in juice. Miss Ralston was in the second car. And the Driver had disappeared when sheriff hem a Csc leached the place. Art Hune a Miller and Fred Martindale who i were among the people who gathered at the scene brought her to i the , and Harlan Sanger land Emil Schnoor brought in a Medina or who was in the Toirac a for treatment. Both were re Loa cd Sinddy Afulei noon tur Lucr i inc Iga Uon concerning the Accident was to be made monday mrs. Arthur Lyon former Quot Grinnell resident is dead Doy Fatany Hurt by car near Jesup to Occivil la tha Samiu. Jesup a Charlei Baldwin 6, Fon of or. And met. Harry Baldwin died at 9 . Monday in a Waterloo Hospital As a result of injuries suffered sunday when hit by a car driven by Lester Hoffman of Littleton. The child never regained consciousness. The Accident happened near the Baldwin farm Home three Miles South of Jesup. The boy had been conf Mvubu water Taon Day set for sept. To to at a neighbors Home and when he saw his grandparents or. And mrs. Charles Leary drive the Baldwin place he darted across the Road in front of the car. Hoffman who was accompanied by Delmer Jensen immediately stopped and gave assistance. Surviving besides his parents and maternal grandparents Are one brother doughs and his paternal. Grandparents or. And mrs. Charles Baldwin of Jesup. Conesville a the annual Melon Day Celebration and Homecoming will be held Here sept. 10 and 11. At a meeting saturday evening officers were elected As follows president g. M. Bullis Secretary treasurer Ralph Crawford. Committees appointed follow advertising and program James r. Horton Harold Niemier concessions Wayne Singleton erection of platform a. A. Jean e. Snyder Melon cutting George Dyche s. D. Younkin baseball Ralph. Crawford soliciting Ray Yocum Austin Bebb Wayne Singleton Kelly Mckee Horseshoe a Amoa Owen horse rates Austin Bebb. Medinger was dazed and had cuts on his . Miss Ralston slip required several stitches and it is believed her nose was broken. Independence Twenty two from Quot Buchanan county wrote the uniform teachers examination held wednesday thursday and Friday. Eleven wrote at Cedar Falls and eleven at the courtroom Here under the supervision of county superintendent Dayton h. Winter. One of those Here Gwendolyn v. Bowden of Masonville took the High school training course examination. The others who wrote the examination Pierc were Nqomi a. Hennessy Brandon Mary Phyllis Breitbach Kiene Lucila Jane Seamans Naomi May Kautz Evelyn Alberta Jacobs Independence Catherine May Reilly Coggan Loretta May Short Mary e. Ryan Rita Gaffney and e. Beatrice Sweitzer those who wrote at Cedar Falls were Doris Elaine Jacobs Helen Joyce Potter Brandon Howard w. Radikin Corrine j. Cutshall Hazleton Frances Marlyn Wilson Dorothy Mae Fenner Independence Margaret m. Carmody Lorraine Agnes Gaffney Genevieve Kathleen Barbary Winthrop a Ilcyn Mary of Connor Masonville Kathryn Mary Callan Coggan. Central Cmrk funeral services for John Milton Schoonmaker 59, will be held at 2 . Tuesday at the Hatch Chapel where the body was taken sunday or. Schoonmaker and his two daughters mrs. Roy Williamson of cog gon and mrs. Clarence Boutelle of Rochester Minn., were enjoy ing a weekend together in a Cabin on the Wrapsie River on the Walter Ellsworth farm Northwest of Central City. Or Schoonmaker suffered a heart attack and medical Aid was summoned. Death occurred about Midnight saturday. Burial will be in mount Clark cemetery. Or. Schoonmaker was born May 24, 1878, in Winnebago in. He came to Linn county at the age of eight years and grew to manhood in this Vicinity. He a was married to Bessie Ellsworth in 1902 and lived Orf a farm near Paris until 1911 when he moved to Western South Dakota. Mrs Schoonmaker died in 1916 and went to Oklahoma where in 1931 he was married the second time. About a year ago he returned to Are his widow of Elsinore Calif., one brother William of Palisade Minn., three daughters mrs. Fred Annan of Claude Texas mrs. Roy Williamson of Coggon and mrs. Clarence Boutelle of Rochester Minn. There Are thirteen grandchildren. Iowa car new briefs Sec Ltd in to in of melt. A a Iowa City in a report submitted to state tax chairman Louis e. Roddewig by the county auditors office valuation of Johnson county property eligible for tax credit under the new Homestead tax exemption Law was placed at $7,530,485. Accord ing to the Sute planning Board lately mrs. A. Benson of Toledo is do Ead to Tho out it. Toledo funeral services for mrs. A. Benson were held monday at the United Brethren Church in charge of or. J. H. Yaggy. Mrs. Benson died saturday night. Music was furnished by mrs. H. B. Smith mrs. Carrie Mckinney mrs. R. E. Wilson and mrs. J. H. Yaggy with mrs. J. E. Elston at the Organ. Pallbearers were Dell Bullard Frank Carson c. L. Emerson Charles a Thomas j. Elston and Lloyd Fisher of Tama. Burial was in the Badger Hill cemetery at Gladbrook. As Anna Louise Breithaupt mrs. Benson was bom june 14, 1846, at Walkersville Maryland. Her parents Charles Frederick and Wil Helmina Saurmann were natives of Germany. She came to Iowa when 5 years old. On nov. 18, 1869, she was married to Charles Allen Benson. To them were born nine children two preceding her in death. Those surviving Are e. A. Benson of Toledo g. Benson South st. Paul Minn. . Ned Dann Toledo mrs. Dell Newcomb Keokuk or. Ross Benson Sidney mont., and mrs. Charles Briggs of Afton. The Benson Home after marriage was on land purchased which is now a part of the town of Gladbrook or. Benson later purchased the old Benson Homestead and lived there until the family came to Toledo in 1901. Mrs. Benson was a Long time member of the United Brethren Church. Clermont Albert Bobby of Farrell pa., has been elected to fill the position of athletic coach and social science instructor in the Clermont schools for the coming year. a graduate of the unit verify of Iowa. He succeeds Paul Holman of Cedar Falls who was recently elected assistant athletic coach in the schools at Superior Wyo. Or. And mrs. Bobby will come to Clermont the latter part of this month there Are approximately 318,000 homesteads in Iowa eligible to share an estimated $12,000,000 tax rebate. A word was received Here monday that Courtney Smith of Iowa City has received his fourth scholarship to Harvard University. The present scholarship is for the coming year. Smiths last at Harvard and amounts to $550. He is an English major and is now visiting in Europe. A Robert r. Whetstone chairman a monday. Announced tentative plans Lor Iowa City a third annual horse show aug. 19 at the University of Iowa stadium. More than thirty five horses have already been entered and will compete in nine classes for purses totalling $281. Three classes will be held in the aft Moon. Five classes Are scheduled for the evening performance. They Are the five gaited open three gaited open five gaited pair Saddle Pony stake and the local class in which the owner must ride his own mount. Other attractions will be an exhibit by troop 1 of the 113th cavalry and a High school horse exhibition. A Robert White 15, and Scott Walker 18, completed All requirements for Eagle scout rank at the rotary club scout Camp near Here last week and sunday were looking Forward to receiving the award formally at the september court of Honor. Scott has been scout since 1931, and White since 1935. Rocha today was on his third we a of life in a Hospital Here unaware that his Mother risked the last Days of her life that he might live. Physicians told the Story of his birth similar to that of Frances Mary Boccassini ill rated baby taken from a dead another last week in Philadelphia. Two weeks ago sunday Ramon was bom by a caesarean operation to mrs. Lupe Rocha 19. The physicians said the Young mexican Mother had been brought from a tuberculosis Hospital Here in the last stages of laryngeal tuberculosis. The physicians told mrs. Rocha s husband Gilbert 23-year-old Section hand,.neither baby nor Mother could survive Normal childbirth. The Imade preparations for a operation and the husband car fully told the physicians to Quot go .1 a five Pound nine and three Quarter ounce Ramon Rodriguez Rocha was born. The Mother rallied following the operation but died of tuberculosis six Days later physicians said. Ramon physicians reported is developing normally. 1 Delhi a funeral services for John n. Smith 82, were held at the Buck Creek Church sunday in charge of the Rev. Oliver Smith of Waterloo. Six grandsons Roger Smith of Lamont Burdette Barker of Manchester Gerald Lee of Masonville Paul Petlon of Delhi Duane Smith of Graham and Donald Smith of Manchester were pallbearers. Or. Smith son of Silas and Margaret Wilson Smith was born in Pennsylvania. When a child he came with his parents to Iowa locating in Delaware county. In 1877 or. Smith was married to Anna Keith. To them Vire re born twelve children. After the death of his wife or. Smith made his Home with his children. Or. Smith died at the Home of his son. Archie at Graham la. Surviving Are nine children Alva of Delhi. Mrs. George Lee of Masonville mr8. A Ekeith of Delhi Archie of Graham. Silas of my Chester Martin of Lamont mrs. Glenn Pelton of Delhi George of Dundee and mrs. Claire Darrow of Manchester one brother Robert Smith of Wayne neb. One sister mrs. Hattie Grant of ims Angeles forty grandchildren and eight Gre it grandchildren. Mother Dies from tuberculosis but infant son thrives four Hurt in Cash near Williamg Des Moines a Ramon a a Miil to tha Qai Alu. Williamsburg a four men were Hurt one critically saturday night in a Headon collision on a gravel Road three Miles East of Here. Waldo stole Mann about 24, farm employee suffered a fractured Skull and monday was a car death in the University Hospital at Iowa City. Also in the Iowa City Hospital was de Dubisher with a broken left leg. Martin Sand Erfeldt was in a local Hospital with a fractured knee Cap and a Bush Wagoner the last seriously Hurt was released from the local Hospital after being treated for a head Cut. Stohlmann was Riding with Sanders Clit whose car hit a machine driven by Dubisher who was accompanied by Wagoner. 8i0m>urney�?an Amateur contest under the Dir Eclon of Tom Cathey was held during the Friday evening the two Day yen Ruo gis Celebration. First prize in the Novelty division went to Bonnie Yvonne Engle 12, daughter of mrs. Evelyn Engle who staged an acrobatic dance on top of a Stepladder. Second prize went to Mary Elaine Mahannah of North English tap dancer. In the studio division first prize went to the Sigourney girls Trio Adah Coon Lucy Margaret Haffner and Kate Ingham second place to the Keota girls Trio. In the saturday noon Parade the o. K. Beauty shop float entered by mrs. Minnie Tollenaar took first with the East Side cafe float by Ward Heaton and Maxine Heaton Wiggins owners taking second. Third place went to the bunt eco food store and fourth to the Phelps tire shop. A to carries Nail in Elbow two years a Pulli to the of Stu. Traer Richard Junge Farmer living Between Traer and Lincoln after suffering pain in his right Elbow for some time had an a Ray picture taken and it was discovered that a Nail had been driven the Elbow joint. The injury occurred about two years ago when Junge was repairing a Binder. The a using slipped and Junge s was driven against the Canvas of the Binder. The injury caused him no trouble at the time. The Nail Haa been removed and Junge i it now making satisfactory recovery. Hazleton a Misa Thelma Latham daughter of or. And mrs. E. F. Latham a of Hazleton and George l. Meyer son of or. And or. George w. Meyer of Maynard were married by the Rev. Earl Hodgkins at Nashua Friday. They were attended by John h. Meyer of Maynard brother of the Bride Groom and Gladys Rechkemmer of Oelwein. The Bride is an employ of the Iowa Standard Tele on company. Or. Meyer operates the Dixie Oil station in Hazleton where they will reside. Tuesday last discount Day for display u a b a a i a y l / Al to to Csc t Runny dam when Bob Bullock s in the game follow him. He a Wotring Che Dirk shirt Bob is one of the great no. 3�?Ts of Polo plays this key Poi Cion with strategy skill and courage remt on the Noki consistent so curate hitting makes Bob Bullock a dangerous scoring threat. Above he rides an opponent out of play at the same Cine Makei a Well timed shot to the up rights at blinding Speed i clone quit i Budock is famous a a card wig defense player too. Above has playing to Retric a Ibn Ball for hit tide. Like Lou Gehrig the Iron Man of baseball and Glenn Hardin worlds Champion hurdler Bob Bullock Bat a decided preference for a smelt he a smoked camels for Over a decade. Nat omy Lofe Lii lock Poproc Fatow my in Mark a a i a Quot. % Polo enthusiasts will agree i Nelcan Noward diver realizes what healthy nerves mean. Does she smoke Quot i smoke As Many camels As 1 please a Helen says. Capt. Ill Natch noted fishing skipper says Quot after a Tough fight with a big one when i feel tired 1 get a a lift in Energy with a i i auctioneer. "1 work at a tense Pace a says John m. M nerves no my cigarette never gets on my nerves. It i with or. Buttock a that it Tasci healthy nerves to play Polo nerves that done to fail in a Pinch. Hob Bullock says Quot camels deserve the Blue ribbon for mildness. In be smoked camels every Day for years. They never jangle my nerves Quot mealtime right finds Bob enjoying camels or Dir Stith s sort. Quot smoking camels at Mealtimes and afterwards adds a world of enjoyment to eating a he id walk a mile for a Camel a a for mildness flavor and fragrance make it camels Camela costlier tobaccos Are Emu rally mild Fine Flavoured and fragrant. His f by so a 0rinmi�?Tu so iii or for a Ihn Kah Smirl tobacco experts say i Bunny i popular a win Citera hear Oua Trio and Quarleiter. Tuc Adaya a . A a pm k. D.s.t.7i3a i.t., m.s.t.,5 3# pm . I Abc Columbia network. Cd last a made from fkr More expensive tobaccos. Turf he had Vaasa aug. Tha aay Akbar Papular Brandi a tar Fht. 1w7. T. I Ramnau Atafua. C.,. Camels never get on your nerves

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