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Davenport Democrat, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1927, Davenport, IowaSunday Davenport Democrat and grief local news savings Bank Trust Strong i rather Uii _ ent of a. Baby 38 Days j Jas Cut two Teutli was re Birday by or. O. P. Sala. Born no. 24, is the in j soil of or. And mrs. E. Brac East sixth Street. Washings finished any wet Flat rough dry Hon s wet Wash. Phone d. 1128. Or. I fair weather and moderate temperatures fair weather is forecast for today and monday by the local office the weather Bureau with moderate temperatures. The highest temperature re corded saturday was 32 degrees while the coldest was 20 degrees. There was no precipitation. Fife Walsh pcs phone Dav. Id 1868 in new York state. Surviving Are her husband a. Sellors two Brothers Roy Wood and j. J. Wood of Kibble mich., one sister mrs. Ella Symon of South Haven mich., and one daughter. The body was removed to the Mcginnis mortuary a w a i t i n g funeral arrangements. Personal n i Incaini i miss Helen Steen left Friday eve Ling for St. Cloud minn., after pending the holidays with her Par i or. And mrs. F. Stearn. Stearn is teacher of voice and the state teachers col St. Cloud. C obituary j Art. Joseph j. Ast for Many years a resident of Buffalo Iowa died Fri Day at 6 p. At the Scott county infirmary. He had been ill for some time having been confined at the infirmary for the past year. He was born in Alsace Lorrayn France in 1862. Surviving Are two daughters and a son All of Daven port. The body was removed to the Nunge Chapel where services will be held monday at 3 is p. In. The Rev. Carl Holtermann will officiate there and at the grave in fair mount. Fraternal a t Gould Sheperd auxiliary get monday evening at s the court House. After liar meeting there will be Illarion of officers and rents will be served. Wittenmeyer tent no. 1. Of Union veterans will Imlay afternoon at memorial Hall of the House. Inv women of Mooseheart 1 have a card party Mon tit noon at the Home of airs. Suh a girl came to Davenport Stemburg. Novi West ller Mother. She received her Morgan. Mrs Clarissa Morgan age 81, 1124 Scott Street died Friday at p. At the Home of her daughter 112g Ripley Street. The deceased had a resident of Davenport for Many years. Death followed a lingering illness. Mrs Morgan was born in Holls a nov. 1. 1845, and Jit five Hundred will be played Ames to Start promptly at the ladies auxiliary to the p. E. Will have its monthly card sunday afternoon at 2 clock at the Eagle s Hall. Five and bunco will be played and the games lire open to the pub marriage licenses i i of Jwilliam Eick Hall. Stockton la., Christina Waack Bennett la. Nordstrom and Ira Mae Ewart both of Princeton la. Gale l. Swanzio. Macomb iii., and Clara Dell Wilson revnolds. 111. Loras Council to give party thursday night the new officers of Loras coun 1, knights of Columbus will in Ertah the members and to Weir yes and lady friends at a Danoe card party at the club build sixth and main Iri Flay night. Education in the local schools and april 1. 1869, was married to Isaac Morgan. After their marriage the mor Gans moved to Montezuma. La., where they lived until 1899, when they moved to Clarinda la. Shortly after or. Morgan died and his wife came Back to Davenport in 1907. She was a member of methodist Church of Churdan. Surviving Are two sons Marion b. Morgan of Redfield. S. D., and Clyde g. Morgan of Macbeth n. Four daughters mrs. R. G Sil vers of los Angeles mrs. Claries Foglesong of Kansas City and mrs. .1. T. Quinn and mrs. H. A. Kallen Bach of Davenport 15 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Hill Fredericks Chapel at p m. Monday. Burial will be in the Churdan la., cemetery. Loving. James Loving died saturday at a. At his Home 1552 West third death Fol Lowed a ten months illness. He was born in Waverly iii., june 19, 1850, and had been a Resi Dent of Davenport for the last 20 years. Streets next surviving Are his widow one daughter mrs. Bertha Meier five il7wiltbtthe first Council so Edben. Ores Clarence and event of Tiv season. A Ivich i Amir Loving ail of Davenport served by the entertainment one sister Glasgow of Keokuk two Brothers. Albert Lov Iii tree. Tomorrow deposits made in the Union Bank Trust com Liny a Strong Bank Nuary 3rd and 4th draw the regu four per cent interest from Nuary 1st. We have a Bank Book for surplus fronts Over 4% no worry. Third and ing of Keokuk and William Loving of Stockport la. Ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. The remains were removed to the Runge mortuary pending funeral arrangements. Sellors. Mrs. Anna Mae Sellors died at a. Today at her Home 937 state Street. Bettendorf. Her death followed an extended illness. The deceased was born March to think that some women continue to suffer and slave Over the tubs when so simple an act As calling 85 or 86 forever relieve them of All family washing troubles. No prices Are lower than ours. No i a can be better than ours. Every rent carefully washed prop by ironed if you want that d the bundle is returned to you Sweet and fresh. Edwash rough dry All finished Rasley mrs. Louisa Rasley died Satin Day at p. At the Home of her Sou George a. 1413 seventh Avenue Rock Island. She had been making her Home there for the last two years and for the last three months had been Rick. Mrs. Rasley wag born july 10, 1865. In Letts la., where she lived for. 40 years. She with her Hus band later moved to California for the Sake of health and lived there during the last three years of or. I Rasley s life. Following his death mrs. Rasley came to live with her son in Rock Island. Surviving is another son. Guy o. Rasley of Buffalo la., and two grandchildren. The body was removed to. The Moeller mortuary until monday morning. Services will be held at monday afternoon. Cinadr. Mrs. Catherine Cinadr 1220 Mississippi Avenue who for 51 years has been a resident of Davenport died Friday night at the Home of her son James l Cinadr 2837 Washington Boulevard. Chicago. She went to Chicago thanksgiving Day to visit at the Home of her son and had hoped to recover irom an illness of the past six months. Mrs. Cinadr was born in Bohemia april 13. 18467 her husband Peter Cinadr preceded her in death aug 12, 1914. Surviving Are four sons John Cinadr of Detroit. Joseph Cinadr of Denver. James l. Cinadr of Chi Cago Frank Cinadr of Daven port three daughters mrs. J. Kerns and mrs. A n. Tyre of Davenport and mrs a. B. Knoll lot Dubuque 16 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The body arrived in Davenport saturday night and was removed to the Fred n. Ruhl mortuary. Services will be held front the late Home 1220 Mississippi Avenue to the sacred heart Cathedral the time and Date to be announced later. Interment will be in St. Marguerite s cemetery. Friends Are requested to omit Flowers Clemens. Miss Ruth Clemons. 1206 Harri son Street died saturday at a. At mercy Hospital after an ill Ness of six weeks. She was born in Kansas City oct. 1, 1510, and had lived in Davenport for the last two years. Tie body was removed to the Fred n. Ruhl mortuary pending funeral arrangements. The Adams funeral. The funeral of Rose Adams was held saturday at the Fred n. Ruhl Chapel at 2 p. And at is. Anthony s Church at p. The Rev. J. J. Hopkins pronounced the burial absolution preached the funeral Sermon and officiated at the grave in holy fam ily cemetery. As the funeral cortege entered the Church a Trio composed of e. Chase mrs. Mccolloch and mrs. E. J. O Donnell Sang Lead following the ser Mon mrs. O Donnell Sang Beautiful Isle of arid at the conclusion of the service or. Chase Sang nearer my god to there was a Large attendance of friends and relatives and a great mass of Flowers beautified the Church. Pallbearers were Joseph Belick Henry Leinhardt Charles Stu Eli Mer s. F. Rossiter d. Sparr and r. Garritson. The Hogan funeral. The funeral of Albert Hogan was held from Street at 3 p. Friday. The Rev. B. F. Martin officiated at the Home and at the grave in Fairmount cemetery. Pallbearers were Albert Lautz Meier. H. Delfe George Gasky Charles Hooper Ben Flynn and Elmer Lewzader. The Vanriter funeral. The funeral of Fred Vannier was yield saturday afternoon at 2 clock at the Runge mortuary. The Rev. Marmaduke Hare officiated at the Chapel and at the burial services in Pinehill cemetery. Mrs. Herman Staack Sang abide with anal Lead kindly pallbearers were l. E. Burnett. C. B. Board j. A Felger e. J. Dor Gan w. B. Corwin and Fred. Man Derscheid. The Bynum funeral. The funeral of Genervia Clara Bynum infant daughter of or and mrs. Fred n. Bynum. 1223 Iowa Street were yield Friday at 2 p. From the Horrigan Chapel. Interment was in Oakdale Ceme Tery. The Panke funeral. Services for Fritz Panke were held saturday at 2 p. The Pine Knoll Sanatorium tuberculosis Sanatorium with ample grounds to insure free Dom from dust and noise. Terms reasonable under supervision of non Par Tymn Board of c. W. Jenei Josepn deut eco Otte Hill William Reineri Joeeph Lowley a. A. Sindt dam peer and terms r. H. Dave porters enjoy big Woc radio program John Mccormack and other noted artiste heard last night the Golden voice of John Mccoy Macc noted for its easy Power was heard by thousands of Davenport thru station voc on the Wear Chain last night. It. Has been an annual custom to present the great Irish Tenor on. The radio on new year s night for the past three years but this is the first time that the local radio Sta Tion has been in on. The Hook up when lie was on the. Program. Or. Mccormack s n u my or s included Kathleen Mendels Ijohn g wings of of holy child and with All my i others heard first time on the radio last night included the great violinist Mischa Elman i and the Soprano Rosa Ponselle. Woc. Was one of the major stations of the country broadcasting the program on the. A bad Chain. Station director Edgar Twamley and announcer Peter Macarthur were in charge Here. A Large crowd heard the program in the Woc recep Tori room. County Dies at William Pecke Schneider. Thief enters off ice of Sanford 6 Wingert takes papers valued at a thief who entered the office i during a temporary absence the stenographer late Friday Atter noon took Stock certificates notes and other papers valued at from the Safe of Sanford win Gert insurance representatives 603 first National Bank building. I s. W. Sanford a member of the firm Learned of the Roj Obery at 5 o clock when he looked for a Box containing the papers. It was i missing from the Safe. It is believed the robbery occurred some time Between the hours of and 5 p. In reporting the theft to police Sanford declared he believed the time the stenographer was absent. The papers were in a Box in the Safe the door of which was not locked. The empty was found in a Thiet entered the office during the the owners said. Stairway in the building but no Trace of the missing papers has been found. The thief cannot realize Cash on any of the papers which he stole. Included in the missing papers Are several promissory notes which Are worthless except in the hands of the rightful owners. Sik shares of Stock in the m. L. Parker co. Were stolen As Well As. Stock certificates in other commercial and Industrial organizations. These certificates Are registered and cannot be sold i Lifesaver to. I Mother and twins the life of mrs. Louise c. Borch ers 1411 seventeenth Street was saved by the performance of a Caesars in operation on thursday morning at which time twin Daugh ters were born to her. The opera Tion took place at mercy Hospital. Or. B. H. Schmidt being the attend ing physician. The Mother and her daughters who have been named june Janet and Leanette Jean Are All doing very nicely. Mrs. Borchers before her marriage was miss Alice Gruenau daughter of or. And mrs. Louis Gruenau of 1702 West twelfth Street. Or. Borchers is employed As an embalmer at the Range s sons mortuary. Henry Iowa City builds 60 Homes in year offices Virtu Iowa City la., Jan. Sixty dwelling houses costing nearly William Peeken Schneider age 86, John Thoensen former resident Dies in Chicago John Thoensen formerly a. Real Dent of Davenport died Friday at a. In the Jackson Park hos Pital Chicago 111. He had been in Tor almost 70 years a resident of door heal Tel ror Over a Scott county and of Davenport died at p. Friday at his the deceased was born in Husum Germany on aug 12, 1876. A youth he came to America 1118 West Locust Street. His death with his parents or. And mrs. Terminated an illness of six months Thomas Thoensen. And then directly to Davenport. After completing his education Here he opened and conducted a bakery on rocking Ham Road. Fifteen years ago he sold his business Here and after marrying Anna Agnes Dueth at Lusalle 111., april 26, 1931, moved to Chicago. Then he again engaged in the Bak Al ration. Or. Pecke Schneider came to Scott county in 1857 with his brother detlef. They settled near Plainview where they broke Sod on Virgin Prairie using oxen for plow ing and for other heavy farm work. The deceased was born in gite Neuhaus Holstein Germany aug. 24, 1840. When he was 17 years old he set sail with his brother for this country and after a seven weeks voyage on a. Sailing vessel they arrived in new York City. June he married miss Therese Kroeger in Davenport feb. 9. 1866. The couple celebrated their 60th wed Ding anniversary nearly a year ago. Following their marriage they settled on a farm near Plainview lived there for 48 years and upon retiring moved to Davenport. Or. Pecke Scheider was a past a resident of the German american Pioneer association of Scott county and was always Active in its affairs. Surviving besides his widow Are four daughters mrs. Alvina struck and mrs. Pauline mulls o Daven port and mrs. George Hehnle and mrs. of Plainview four sons Henry and Emit of this City and William and Albert of Plainview ten grandchildren and the greater number of the houses have been built As Homes and but comparatively few As investments. Fraternity and sorority houses especially the Kappa Sigma House on North Dubuque Street raised the total. Approximately was spent in the construction of business buildings and is Esti mated to have been spent on University buildings. Merry makers Are killed in an Auto crash by the att Tate Prett. St. Paul Jan. Year s Rev Elry brought death to two persons Here Early today Wien an Automo bile filled with merry makers crashed into a Street car. The dead Are Lillian Lienen 20, and Arne Lehti 20. In addition win. Matylle and Silvia Lienen. Sis Ter of the dead girl were seriously injured. Ceded their father in death. The body was removed to the Runge mortuary and will be re turned to the 1 Day. Services there tuesday at 2 p. And interment will be in Maysville Ceme Tery. Mfr at 5 p. Mon will be held from notice water Consumers All water Bills both annual rate and meter rate Are due and pay Able january 1st, and should be paid by january Joth. Please pay at office 204 Kahl and Ripley streets or mail Check. Please bring your Bill when Call ing to pay or mail stun with Check courteously Davenport water co. Home 1311 West seventh Street. They were conducted by the Rev. J. A. Miller who spoke at the Home and the grave in the City cemetery. Pallbearers were Rosco Dunlap Reinhard tonn Harry Timmer Man. Henry Dierks John Meetzes and Byron Ausbrook. Borchers. June Janice Borchers. One of twins born to mrs. Louise Borchers at mercy Hospital thursday morn ing died saturday afternoon after All indications pointed to a continuance of life. I for immediate investment we have on hand and for Sale first mortgage real estate Bonds safeguarded by conservative bunk standards in denominations of j500 and to net investors maturing in 3 to 6 years. These real estate Bonds have met All the stringent qualifications demanded by us As to safety. We Jive invested our own funds in these Bonds after satisfying our selves that they Are Safe invest ments. Call and we will explain in detail r write for full information. Onion Bond mortgage company with Union savings Bank Trust company third and Brady its. Davenport Iowa. Union savings Bank and Trust co. Davenport i a. Notice our coals Are not either ass to Quality preparation or Price but Are Well Worth every cent we ask for them. Fork screened unless otherwise desired at a reduced Price. East Davenport fuel a lumber co. But River m. 444 Good lumber saves labor for the butt at prices that Are Bettendorf lumber Supply co. Ing business until 111 health Over took him. Surviving Are his wife four ters mrs. John Edens mrs. Wil Liam Wagner mrs. William Sonne and mrs. Edward Binder of Daven port five Brothers Otto Carl Rudolph and Reinhard of Davenport and William of Chicago. The body arrived in this morning and was removed to the Runge Chapel. Services will be held there monday at 2 p. M., the Rev. Carl Holterman officiating at the Chapel and at the grave in fair mount cemetery. Lot owners meeting. The. Annual meeting and election of directors of the Oakdale Ceme Tery company will be held at room no. 34 Kresge building at 11 a. Monday Jan. 3rd, 1927. De c. A1ubller, pres. John Fahrner secy. Police make few arrests As year ends seven brought in for be coming too boisterous in dance Halls. Altho there was much merrymaking and Din in the City new year s i eve police were not especially Busy and made Only seven arrests these were for drunkenness and disturbance of the peace in Public places. Sam Mcglone a taxicab Driver was held for disturbing the peace after he struck Oscar Johar Senj 1721 West sixth Street during an altercation which took place at danceland. Jol Iansen was knocked. Unconscious and his. Jaw was broken. He was taken to mercy Pital and was later removed to hip Home. ,1 Dominic Vescio e. R. Rose c. Baker and Dale Pestle were arrest de at danceland where they were a bit too boisterous. Felix Peel an old timer in police circles celebrated and landed in the Jailhouse. Henry Bloom was arrested for assault and cattery after he had a fight with Robert Burnham who had Bloom arrested earlier in the week. Frank Bell a pin setter at to Blackhawk hotel bowline alleys was arrested for disorderly Coa duct. Real estate Loans we Are prepared to finance loan for conservative amounts of productive real estate and modern Homes in Davenport and on Fanon in Scott Cedar and Muscati counties on favorite terms. F1cke, Noth Ficke each year we inventory ourselves just As we do our Stock t Isth entry at Hickey Brothers i is two of our Stock -1 and inventory of ourselves. What have we accomplished during the past year wherein have we failed what can we do to make our stores better stores How can we improve our make it More Complete we study these things most carefully at the first of each year. We talk them Over with our entire organization. Thus Are we constantly checking and re Check ing ourselves. Thus have we moulded a group of fourteen Cigar stores into one great institution and thus do we feel that we can Promise for 1927 an even finer Crua Lity of Merchan Dise in and that which has made old friends better friends and hundreds of new friends for us during the past year. V try Tyty storage for House hold Auto mobiles in our fireproof Wareh Ouw fifth and Wetmon heated Plino room expert ind packers of household Gortt conveniently located. Train Fer storage co. Gen office itt Dav. Us-4s11 for Means a Good Deal c and packing Ewerts Richter express and storage co 330 e. Fourth St. Dav. Is

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