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Dubuque Telegraph Herald And Times Journal (Newspaper) - April 30, 1933, Dubuque, Iowa Four Telegraph Herald and times journal Dubuque Ian. April 30, 1933 Winneshiek co. To name school head tuesday three candidates to be considered by District presidents Decorah la., april 29�?special j the election of a county superintend-1 ont of schools will take place in this City tuesday May 9. There Are three candidates in the Field miss Gertrude Crane who seeks Reelec-1 Tion Charles g. Stoen of Decorah and Leo trap of Ossian. The election is made by the presidents of the various school districts in the county. Concert a Success. Decorah the con Cert by the a a Little symphony orchestra Quot under the direction of prof. Carlo a. Spratl featuring Laura Forde Giere As piano soloist held at c. K. Preus auditorium wednesday evening proved to be an artistic Triumph. Quartet sings monday. Decorah Bassadore quartet from Luther Semi nary in St. Paul will give a concert in the first lutheran Church in Decorah monday evening beginning at 8 of clock. The quartet is composed of a group of theological students from the Seminary. Church ladles to meet. Decorah the de Corah Branch of the ladies missionary society will hold its annual meeting in Decorah wednesday. May 3, at the Rev. O. Glens s Call. The meeting is to Start at 10 30 a m with a Sermon by the Rev. H. M. Norman of Cresco. The main address of the meeting is to be Given by mrs. N. Astrup Larson of Sioux City. The ladies of the Decorah congregation will serve. 14 Beer permits issued. Decorah the City Council of Decorah has granted 14 Beer permits to those who want to help quench the thirsty people of this City. Three wholesale dealers James Hepburn Nehl Botting company and Rosenthal Brothers have state licenses. They Are under Bonds of $5,000, pay $250 state License and $50 Federal License. Their Bonds Cost $100 bringing the total Cost to $400. Marriage licenses. Decorah Julian Moe county clerk of Winneshiek county unmarried Winneshiek county men Ages 18 to 25, Are entitled to six months work under president Roosevelt a reforestation plan. They will be Given their food clothing and lodging and $30 per month. The requirement is that $20 of each months pay must be sent Back Home. Or. H. P. Opsahl Decorah has been appointed by gov. Herring to have charge of the work in this county. A kickers Day Quot designated. Decorah the City Council has set thursday May 18, from 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. For a a kickers this is for property owners who feel their taxes Are not correctly assessed. Nearly 500 school pupils in county choir to appear at High school in music week nearly 500 pupils will form the i sch loader Beulah carrels Catherine Dubuque county schools choir which i Schmitt. Tr0wn.hip will appear at the senior High school Marjoriee a Marian Hense. Lorraine Tho afternoon of Friday May 12, As Stecklein Norbert Finzel Donald ego the Ai r ,.rvanefc of music Florence hence Marie Heas Catherine a part of the dose Nancy or music Steak Len. Aldona Dietz Bema me week. Stecklein bather Folsom Elaine Juck a mothers choir is also being or a to. Arthur tinges. Levina Sibert the mayor and the Council com Gani Zed by the county schools it be lange0. Luing expected that each school Dis j cd Joe Long it Clarence Lochner Dorothy plated their tax monday evening. Equalization work Independence news Independence la., april 29�?special with the final session of the state sunday school convention which was held Here Friday afternoon the sixty eighth annual meeting ended and the 1,000 or More delegates began their journeys Home. Thursday afternoon the convention adopted the nomination committees report and the officers for the next years convention were named. They Are As follow s Presidio am Dent the Rev. W. Z. Henline Daw tract will be represented in this choir. Members of the children a choir announced by Joseph Flynn county superintendent of schools follow new wine township. I Alberta Burlace Dolores Schwers a Clarinda Riesberg. Marie Pape. Dolores i Hagemann Dorothy . Leo Steffen Anita m. Boge Joseph Engelken Laverne Kramer. Wilma Klosterman Lucille Neuhaus. Germaine Reeker Esther Reeker Martha Jane Ament i Anna Beecher. Prairie Creek township. Loretta Johnson Raymond Johnson John p. Connolly Marie Fischer Helen Pfab Clarence be Reinann. Marie Mcl Termott Emmet Mcdermott Justin Mccarthy Paul Brown Mary Mccarthy Margaret Mccarthy. Taylor township. Jean Maxwell. Irene Callahan Thelma that William f. Corriel became the owner of the visitor on june 3, 1837, and that he changed the name to the Iowa news. On july i 1841, the paper changed hands and the new proprietor was Avery Thomas who changed the name to the miners express. In 1842 d. S. Wilson and David Keo seeker took it Over. From 1848 to 1851 the owners were Keesecker and or. Harrison Holt. On april 19, 1851, the first copy of the Dubuque Herald appeared. The owners of the miners express did not fear Competition and on August 19, 1851, started the first daily paper on the West Bank of the Mississippi North of St. Louis. Until 1854 there was a continuous newspaper War until a merger was made status of City waterworks the splendid financial condition of the Dubuque City water works is shown in the following report released saturday by City manager Roger m. Evans operation receipts from april 1, 1932, to March 31, 1933. Water Revenue. $135,424.12 miscellaneous operating Revenue. 334 a miscellaneous non operating Revenue. 8,351.86 president the Rev. War Carlton. Sits Skott Anna u Callahan. V Jor i Evelyn Bradley David Scott Kenneth Ner m. Hubbard Farnhamville members of the Council of the South District c. W. Brown Washington Northeast District miss Gertrude Decker Mason City i Northwest District William Westra j Orange City Southwest District w. A. Murphy Shenandoah Central District the rpm. M. Shipman Des Moines members at Large or. E. H. Stranahan. Oskaloosa j. 2. Holden Independence w. John i son Davenport m. V. Vanderlinden Pella the Rev. Paul Beecher Des Moines and or. E. J. Stranahan Oskaloosa constitute the program committee. The next years meeting place will not be determined until later. Schwendy Ngy a. John Pinch. Robert Kidder Glenn Comer. Angelo Kline George Jones Victor Oberfoell Bevan Melche. Lochner Raymond Wernimont Glenn Boyes. Donald Fettkether. Charlotte Raga to Robert Connolly Albert Anderson. Margaret Kaiser Oltamae Kaiser. Juno Boyes Robert Winders Gladys Butler Eleanor Winders Catherine Polfer. Caroline Stoedter Raymond Aren Arious. Harold Gottschalk Donald i Ang. Clem Krayer. Ruth Dausner Dorothy Krayer. Arlene Avenarius Marlon Mccarthy. Evelyn Tedeman. Maxine patters. Albert Jacobs Dur Ance Kapp. Concord township Florence Paisley Helen Cook her-1 Bert Paisley Delores Schmitt Manta Platt Gassmann Frances Schmitt Manon Schmitt Schmitt Marshall putt. Edwin is Ulfe Kuhnie. Verena Wulfekuhle. Brt ice Wulfekuhle Esther Sweeney. Rat mph Schmitt Silvius Ruden Bernadette Sweeney. Melvin Kluessner. Arnold Thompson Merlin Kluessner Lawrence Lucas Veronica Foxen Clara haves Dorothy Meyer Bernard la Lertich. Francis Ellerbach Matthew of e Lier. Barnard Kluessner. Jane Kluessner Mary Rita Schmitt. Emmett Felter. Jerome Meyer Elizabeth mermen Eileen Schmitt. Rosemary maitre Leo total Revenue. 144,109.98 expenditures from april 1, 1932 to March 31st, 1933 operating expense 9 2�?T7in�?T77 maintenance expense. J3 4��?� _ main extensions. J a of to under the name of the daily sex other betterment. 4,9<3.zz press and Herald. Shortly though j sinking fund schedule the express was eliminated and in a us 0814� August 1901, the Herald took Over i total the Telegraph and thus the Tele graph Herald was born. 25,200.00 win second honors in state contest Dubuque township. I Heider Louis Ruden Rita Lucas Vir Robert Kapp Mary Kiebler. Ali Ekinia yielded Mary Catherine i nos. Welfare league to meet Independence the Independence welfare league will Hedrick Janann Habeck Rosemary Cushing Loeta Lindsey Alice Christoff Bernice Bertei William Mccarthy. Virginia Kerth Ruth Bargen Leona Daus Oner Pearl Dausener Lewis duller Jean Lang. Alice Avenarius Leroy far Azin Doris Kerth Cathryn Bargen Evelyn Sarazin Dorothea Schmitt Margaret Kruse Myrtle Percifield. Irene Muntz Merlyn Dubler. Aloysius Krayer. Donald Krayer Lowell Munts Donald licht Frank Avenarius Violet Sarazin. Catherine Kass Patricia Ennis Donald Roussel George Schmitt Florine Roussel Lillian Kass. Elaine Ennis Helen Kohle Delbert Demoss. Robert Bah i Bernice Weldeman. Florence Lewis. Vincent Bah George Dietz Margaret Jooa Dorothy Bahl. Peru township. Sylvia Bleymeyer Mary Bremer. Mar Gerle Gottschalk Rachel Lang. Berdella i Sarazin. Betty Sarazin Robert Hedrick i Bernard Sarazin Betty Jane Lang Mary Alines Heider Lucinda Clemen Anastasia Clemen. Mosa tem township. Melita Markus Robert Knockel. Ralph Linden. Bernard merges allele merges Adele Knockel Joseph hour Mann Esther Weis Carl Reiss. Edgar Weis Bernice Hoffmann. Lucille Kress Delmont Coates. Louis Kress. Lorraine Coates. Nettle Heacock Mardell Kemp. Dorothy Knockel Ella Heacock John township Vivian Bleymeyer. Klein Wilfred Hahlen. Dorothy Wilkie Virginia Gottschalk. Violet Klein. Roy Rie Der. Carl Hahlen. Taylor township Walter Carlton Fred Kinderdine Lawrence Oberfoell. Vincent Murray. Leo Moriarty John Moriarity. Edmond mortality. Charles Anstoetter. Marian Anstoetter. James Moriarity Ethel Anstoetter Esther Anstoetter Virginia Boa i. Agne Heiring Germaine Haring. Virginia Horsefield. Arnold Small Harold surplus of Revenue Over expense for year i 26,028.06 water work valuation March 31, 1933 land values building values. Supply and storage 241,<58.38 distribution system. Plant equipment. Operating equipment. Garage repair shop and meter equipment. 25,395.90 office equipment. A a a a a a a a a a a a a 1,371.60 discarded equipment scrap value. Total Plant land and equipment values valuation of inventory on hand. Cash on hand general fund. Total accounts receivable. Total fixed and current assets. Sinking fund value. Prepaid Plant insurance Advance. Grand total assets March 31st, 1933net Worth to City March 31, 1933 grand total assets. A i less bonded indebtedness. Less deposits from Consumers. $1,557,600.81 24,624.94 25,230.71 33,121.93 1,640,578.44 188,792.69 3,510.13 $1,832,881.26 $1,832,881.26 302,000.00 9,728.76 311,728.76 hold its annual meeting in the web j Bargen. Martha Wehrspann. Eve fare rooms in the Munson building j Jvn Vyverberg. Charles Vyverberg. Hall j monday May i at which time two Allen Wehrspann Arnold Spoerl Buben so 1, Lela Small Leverne Hall Jerome representatives from each organize a Ihrk Fisli we Are. Re a in Tion in the City Are to be present the officers for the coming year will also be named. 35 to get work Independence according to county auditor l. P. Todd Buchanan county is entitled has issued marriage licenses to the j to 35 v0� following couples Field Comick i cent ration Camp and Muriel Bailey of Albert i Tea Minn. Aud Alma m. Opheim of Hillsboro n. D. Jesse p. Wyman of Northfield Minn., and Mabel e. Mclean of Faribault Minn. Harry Schubert and Dorothy Grebner both of la Crosse was. Home damaged by fire. Decorah the fire laddies were called to lend assistance Friday evening at the James Price Home in the South part of town. In some Way the roof caught fire and \ of Quot a considerable Hole we As burned before the flames were extinguished. Book circulation increases. Decorah the total circulation of books in the Decorah Public Library for the year ending april i. 1933, was 43,707, which was an increased circulation of 7,039 Over any previous year since the Library was organized. Elks sponsor Bridge tourney. Decorah the con tract Bridge tournament sponsored by the local Lodge of elks will be held at the elks Home Here monday evening april i. Play will Start at 7 p. Rn., and special playing cards with previously dealt hands will be used. Each hand is dealt by a color designated on the card corresponding with the table score card for the had being dealt the National Bridge association claims there will be 103,000 players in this tournament in 1,370 cities in 54 different countries. B. B. Moms Secretary of the Lodge Here is game Captain for Decorah. Forty to get work. Decorah forty Young for the Federal reforestation work. He announces that he is now ready to give the preliminary examination. After which the men will be sent to the Camp for More examination. A Derman at Large named Independence. at an adjourned meeting of the City Council which was held wednesday evening the matter of selecting an Alderman at Large to fill the vacancy caused by the death of or. J. C. Was taken up. There were several names brought before the Council and it was finally decided to accept the name of a. C. Burkhart. Or. Burkhart has been a business Man Here for the past 30 years. Plan senior class play Independence miss Elizabeth Turrell instructor in dramatics in the local High school has been conducting tryouts the past week for the senior class play which will to presented before the end of the present school year. The play chosen is entitled skidding Quot a three act comedy. On dumb friends Detroit mrs. Emily Wittman told judge Christopher Stein she found one of her hens in a neighbors Possession. She offered to prove the Hen knew her. So Biddy went to court. Released from her Basket Biddy ignored mrs. Wittman. Instead she retired to a Corner and nonchalantly Laid an egg which the court immediately claimed. The Case was adjourned for a w Eek. Milton Wetter Katherine Jecklin. Arthur Kowalske. Virginia Hammerand Charlotte Jecklin Jeanette Jecklin Melvin Miller. Table Mound township. Dorothy Mccarthy Angella Mccarthy. Jeanette Decher. William Hanley Pearl. Smith Stella m. Friederick. Ceneda lampers Raymond Kiefer. James Kane. Louis Kane Marie huge. Ruth Langue a Ville Maxine Mcnamer. Bobby Kane. Giadys Werner Benny Husemann Mae Welsh Merlyn Germain Melbert on year. Cascade township. Leon Wolfe Lorabelle Wolfe. Dickey i Wolfe Billy Wolfe Tony Beck. Merna Aitchison. Dodge township. Evelyn Rahe Anna Jane Osterhaus letter Burlace Anthony Rahe Helen Krapfl Donald Burgage Earl Urbain. Odell Urbain. Gladys Mae resales Helen Schemmel Karl Spoden Francis Murphy Florence Hogan Mildred Smith Richard Baker. Helen a Kiehnau or Harold Greenwood Charlotte Hogan. Monica Smith. Jefferson township. I syn a p or do i a is Gardi Mary v Jan w Lese Gloria Witten Elt Reg a re. Elizabeth Pancratz Dorothea Schloz. \ Ern Vav Lese Doroth it . Pape Donald Jaeger. Joseph Jaeger. Sydney Datisman. Lawrence Leslein. Marie Leslein. Ruth Datisman. Evelyn Lestein. Liberty township Hilary Grebe Albert Steffen. Clarence Singsank Edward Friedmann Joseph Schauli Lavern Gaul Arnold beef Fen Edward bries Louise Goebel Lucinda Brunsman. Frances Henckels. Bernice Kluesner. Anna Spoden Armona Spoden Lucille Boling Charles Gull. New wine township Elmer Mescher Alfred Klostermann. Albert Kerper Richard Nape. Joseph a Lilienborg. Laverne Ahlers Matthias Bildstein. Julius Schwer. Lorraine Vaske. Alice Rahe either Klas. Melania sabers. Center township Ruth Mary Thill june Walser. Vera a Valse. Ruth Humke Geraldine Schmitt. Eileen Schmitt Harold Fischer Mildred Lex. Evelyn i Aunspach. Robert Smith Elb Ylla Fettkether Melvin Fettkether Melvin Launspach Merlyn Renkert Eileen Cole. Bernadine Schmitt Francis Schmitt Francis Grimes Cecelia Koerperich Evelyn Whitewater township Vera Carney Paul Connolly. Clarence Kearney. Cecilia Kearney. Rose Ellen Mcdermott. Doris May Tucker. Grace Connolly. Donald Kearney Joseph Reiter. Donald Mcallister. Oretta Mcallister. Rose Perrigo. Laferne Ploessel. Virgil Schultz. Monica Reisdorf. Margaret Mcallister. Cyril Schultz. Tearl fio Essl Alvin Ploessel. Milton Koppes. Doris Board. Catherine Graham Lucille Feather on. Hazel Macomber Lavonne Coyle. Vernon township Mary Delaney Celestine Wagner Lou Ellen Delaney Raphael Wagner Bernadette Klusener. Ruth Wilkinson. Loras Brown. Lucille Kennedy. John Joseph Mcdonald. Mary Jane Mcdonald Rita Mahan. Leone ska Hui. Washington township Rita Weber Rita Coak Ley Marie Bakey. Anna Sisler. Ada Seiler. Francis Coakley. Arnold Weber. Joe Donahue. Agnes Coakley. Pud Frane. James Manemann. Alvin bleach. Bernard Man Emann. Eldon Beuchamp. Pauline Beauchamp. Earl Potter Mildred Carney. Veronica schuster. John Larkin. It Orothy Bradley. Jane Maury. Bernard pita Celestine Bakey Chaa. Pancratz Margaret Mary Cox Betty Herzog. Whitewater township Paul me a Lister Eleanor Stewart. Marjorie Graham. Yvonne will. Hath Leen Brett Dorothy Koppes Iva Hutton. Table Mound township Clarence Waller Wilfred Bradley. Joseph of Connor Mary of Connor. Howard Hanson. La Vann Kieler Robert j Friedel. Catherine Leytem. Joseph Sitter Joseph Bohlen. Marcella Manton. Edna Gottschalk. Harold Meyer. Joseph Leytem James Schilling. Charlotte i Crimmins. Mary Crimmons. Francis Hanten. Luella Graham. Harold Graham. Frederick Buttikofer. Dorothy Graham. Ruth Metcalf Marie Kane. Harold Metcalf. Donald Klett Homer Addyman. Vincent Unsen Richard in a sen James Addyman. Washington township Amy Larkin. Bonny Brady Marie Freihoefer Bertrand Pitz Joseph Bakey. Amelia Sullivan. Velma Coates Dorothy Blosch George fit Gibbons Betty Ann Cox. Whitewater township Rev Hunter Jan Rabenberg Gerald Hotchkiss. Alice Rabenberg. Joe Hunter Verla Nach Triesc Muriel Barrett. Arthur Darling of weft Union who won second place in oratory at the Iowa state contest held at Harlan Friday night. Harlan la. April 29�?special Justin Hammond a senior in the Decorah High school won first place in the dramatic class in the state contest held Here night. There were five contestants in the dramatics division representing that Many districts Over the state. Second place went to Benton Snyder of Humboldt. In the oratorical class. Nelson Trissler of Wellman took first place and Arthur Darling of West Union second. Francis Bowman of Humboldt won first honors in the humorous division while Kenneth Means of Lorimer was second. The judges were miss Mable Rasmussen of Omaha prof. Craig Baird of the University of Iowa and f. A. Welch of Des Moines. Net Worth of water system. $1,521,152.50 growth of water system since 1920 from earnings additional Plant improvements .$283,547.21 new garage meter shop. Glai new water meters. C it miscellaneous improvements. 15,384.51 new main extensions including 45.64 Miles of new pipe. 572,335.72 total improvements since May 31st, 1920 1 896,255.75 method of financing improvements since 1920 improvements by Bond Issue .$375,000.00 improvements paid from earnings. 521,255.75 total improvements since May 31st, 1920 896,255.75 sinking fund status total Bonds issued since May 31, 1920.$375,000.00 total Bonds cancelled since May 31, 192073.000.00�? Bonds outstanding March 31st, 1933 302,000.00 _ sinking fund value March 31, 1933 from earnings has Bond investment. 179.900.00 Cash in sinking fund. Sj77.70 accrued interest due. 5514j9 188,792.69 two Large barns destroyed by fire on Clayton co. Farm Postville la., april 29�?special two Large barns a Chicken House and a smoke House together with five calves 45 tons of Hay and a Quantity of farm equipment were destroyed by a fire which was discovered about 8 30 saturday morning on the farm owned by the John leu estate in grand Meadow township near Here. The farm is tenanted by Henry Koopman. Fire1 trucks from Postville and Luana were called to the scene and succeeded in preventing the flames from spreading to other nearby buildings. The loss is estimated at about $8,000. Koopman burned a Quantity of Corn stalks Friday afternoon and it is believed that Birds carried some of the burning embers to the roof of one of the barns. Net bonded water indebtedness March 31. 1933 113,207.31 the sinking fund principal from water earning plus the interest received from Bond investments last year netted $30,714.99. If this plan can be continued the entire water works indebtedness will be eliminated within the next four years. Total improvements and sinking fund Reserve from earnings since May 31st, 1920 improvements paid from earnings 521,255.75 sinking fund to retire Bonds Bonds cancelled $ 73,000.00 value of sinking fund to retire $302,000.00188,792.69 a a a a total value of sinking fund since 1920 261,792.69 grand total paid for improvements and sinking fund from earnings since 1920$783,048.44 Public school program and symphony concert same night Dubuque music lovers choose Between two excellent musical programs monday evening May 8. At Columbia College the Dubuque symphony orchestra in j Der the direction of professor Edward Schroeder will again present its usual finished music week program. On the same evening at 8 judge King publisher of Dubuque a first newspaper by Bertha Lincoln Heustis. Hon with the people of the new set the Dubuque visitor was the first newspaper West of the Mississippi River or North of St. Louis and the first publication was on May la 1835. John c. King later judge Kin. Was bom in Shepard town Virginia lenient judge King decided that one of the Best Means for promoting the welfare of the Community would be through a newspaper. In the fall of i depth of feeling 1835 he went to Ohio to secure a and sorrow love Terral for such a paper. Not until a 1803, and died in Dubuque in 1871. I Spring did he make his Way to Cin brighten up worn furniture marred Woodwork enamel gives new Beauty to furniture that a Quot in new freshness for the Wood trim of bedrooms bathroom or Kitchen. New color for a a dog eared Quot toys or bookcases. Do pent Quick drying enamel is Low in Cost. Easy to apply dries quickly to a hard durable finish. Its one of the famous Dupont Boe of paints varnishes enamels and Duco. We have a Complete assortment of colors special for monday Only Quick drying enamel Dupont or Sargent brands All colors pint. Dandy enamel brushes set in rubber special. 39c 15c a Story of his life found among the memories of Early Days of Dubuque reads More like a real Romance than Many accepted novels. As the first editor and proprietor of a newspaper i in Iowa and also As judge postmaster and hard working citizen his life was filled with rare experiences. He went from Virginia to Chillicothe. Ohio and some time after i 1830 became imbued with the desire to Migrate As Many hundreds were doing and became identified with the great unknown West he had read much and also devel i oped an aptitude for writing. He i realized the country West of the Mississippi was the land of Opportunity and the place for him to make his Fortune. He was about 30 years old when the first actual of permanent settlement was made in Iowa. No Legal right allowed those Hardy pioneers to occupy any portion of j what is now Iowa until june 1833.in that year or. King while exploring the upper part of the Mississippi River heard of Quot Dubuque a mines Quot As this Section was then know and decided to make it his Home. For a year he tried Lead mining but realized there were other definite needs for the betterment of the locality. In i 1833 and even until 1835 there was Quot no Legal administration of Justice Cannati where by the time the River had opened for navigation he had obtained a Washington hand press in other accounts from the scrap Book it is spoken of As a Peter Smith hand press and enough paper and other printing material for a weekly paper. He brought his purchases Back by Steamboat and it was a Long tortuous slow trip but the press arrived in Dubuque about the first of May. In 1835 judge King used to walk to Galena to get the Quot exchanges Quot of a Columbia choir Busy rehearsing numbers the Columbia College vested choir Bas been actively engaged during the past few weeks in rehearsing several new numbers both sacred and secular. A considerable amount of attention hag been directed to the Correct interpretation of Many Folk songs popular the world Over. These songs though comparatively simple in their composition contain a great emotions of Joy and adventure which can be expressed Only after Long study and under masterful direction. The vested choirs rendition of Folk songs has always elicited the highest Praise from authoritative music critics. A number of sacred selections has also been practice. The choir will appear in cassock and surplice at the solemn High mass Sung outdoors on the College Campus on the morning of May 7, inaugurating music week. This will Mark the first appearance of the choir at this event. Or. Dress choristers will provide of clock at the senior High school auditorium the Dubuque Public schools will present a varied program under the direction of Leona m. Heim supervisor of music. One of the outstanding features of this program is the first appearance of the boy choristers composed of select voices chosen from the fourth fifth and sixth grades of the elementary schools. Henry Walther an 11-year-old boy Soprano of the Fulton school whose voice at the age of eight had shown Promise and has since been developed through the regular music instruction in the Public schools will be the soloist of the boy choir. The choir will sing two of Schubert a songs. The serenade one of Schubert a loveliest will be Sung in German by Henry Walther. The choir will also sing Ranis Angelica a latin hymn by Lambilotte. Clayton county Ory leaders to resist repeal meet sunday at Elkader to perfect organization to fight move Elkader la., april 29�? special Clayton county Drys will meet in the court House Here sunday afternoon to perfect an organization to resist the repeal of the eighteenth Ameneh ment. A permanent county organization of the county dry forces will be a up at that time As sponsored by Thall Iowa prohibition emergent committee preparatory to the conventions to be held on May v and the special election june 2n. The Rev. A. B. Chamberlain of Arlington will be present to outline the project and assist in the Organiza Tion proceeding s. Mass conventions of Clayton coup to Drys and wets for the purpose of naming candidates for the office of Delegate to the state convention will be held Here at la a. Rn., May 8. Tin wets will hold their meeting in the court House and the Drys will meet in the local opera House. Canel dates chosen at each respective meeting will be voted on at the elec Tion june 20. Court to open monday. Elkader judge w. I. Eichendorf of Mcgregor will con Vene the May term of the Clayton county District court Here next monday morning in a court term that will have no Petit jury drawn. The grand jury however will report tuesday morning to act on matters brought before it by the court. The docket for this term is one of the smallest in some time and includes three new criminal actions eight new probate matters and 35 new civil suits. Criminal cases slated for this term Are As follows state of Iowa is. Or. Rueben rues Are chiropractor of Mcgregor charged with attempt to commit abortion. State of Iowa is. Wilford v. Clark charged with attempt to commit abortion. State of Iowa is. Earl k. Kennearly charged with intoxication and Dis orderly conduct. Two divorce actions Are included in the civil suits. They Are As follows Edith Whitten is. George Whitten and Francis Cummings its Neva Cummings. Plan Community chorus. Elkader a Community chorus of 75 voices is being planned Here thie Spring under the direction of a a. Moen. The Cher us will sing at the decoration Day program and for the baccalaureate services of the local High school and Junior College. A similar chorus was organized last Spring and included 55 voices. I but efforts Are being made to increase the size of the group this i year. Rehearsals will be held in the High school building starting next monday evening. To elect school head. Elkader county auditor e. F. Seifert this week Sci it notices to the presidents of Clayton county school Board districts inform ing them of the election of a county school superintendent that will take place Here tuesday May 9. Thirty nine votes will be cast at the convention 22 coming from townships 16 from Independent school districts and one from consolidated schools districts. Applications for the Job will be placed before the convention at that time and a vote taken to determine the superintendent or the matter can be referred to a special investigation committee and action taken at a later dete. Mary a. Meyer will seek reelection at that time and other candidates who have announced their intentions of seeking the position Are James Broderick principal of the Mcgregor schools and Rebecca Bevins of Hawkeye teacher in the Tipton schools. Fair dates announced. Elkader the Board of directors of the Elkader fair As Maude Marshall Kingland Soprano Socia Tion have set the dates of aug. And mrs. Grace Richards must1 tl1� combined girls glee club of the Junior High schools under the instruction of Alma Helbig and Alberta Maiers will sing three Lovely numbers. The old refrain by Kreisler songs my Mother taught me by Dvorak and the Gavotte by Lemaire. Senior High school mixed chorus will appear at its Best in the rendition of three striking numbers. Cargoes by Peter Chrismon Lutken Gloria Patri by palestrina and Galway Piper by Fletcher. Norma Chrystie instructor of vocal music at the senior High school will direct the mixed chorus. The senior High orchestra under the direction of f. Ditella will play Victor Herbert a favourites. The Junior and senior High schools will also offer attractive dance numbers. The last number on monday evenings Public school musical festival will be the appearance of the Mother singers a group of 75 mothers of the Parent teacher association. This group will be assisted by soloist violinist. Quot neapolitan nights a by Kerr Zamecnik cob webs by Smith and by the Waters of Minnetonka by Lieurance will be the numbers presented. 15, 16, 17 and 18 As the time for the annual 1933 fair that will be held Here. The booking of free acts and plans for the event will be made at a meeting scheduled for the latter part of May. Married 65 years newspaper Quot the Galenian a which r striking contrast to the missa de wrap being published there. He met Andrew Keesecker a Fine Printer setting Type for the Only newspaper in Northwestern Illinois and induced him to leave Galena and come to Dubuque where he followed his vocation a Pressman Type setter and compositor for 35 years. The Early accounts give different stories regarding the papers but this seems to be fairly accurate. There seemed a need for an editorial expert and a Man of much ability Wras obtained from Ohio William Carey Jones who for a year or More was co editor of the visitor and its successor the Quot Iowa there have been those who thought judge King should share in the credit of naming i Iowa but that is another Story. Jones Angelis Sung by the massed choir of school children by singing a four voiced offertory a Capella. The proper of the mass will be intoned by the chant group of the choir according to the strict georgian Mode. Redemption of primary Road Bonds delayed a redemption of the Dubuque county Mcgregor. James i Broderick principal of the Mcgreg a or High school has announced his candidacy for the office of county superintendent of schools of Clayton county. School boards of the different school districts will elect the superintendent at Elkader May 9. Other candidates for the office Are Mary Meyer incumbent and Rebecca Bevins of Hawkeye or. C. C. Coady has moved his office to 2123 Central ave. Directly across the Street from former location phone 2035 Platteville wis., april 29�?special or. And mrs. John a. Blakely celebrated their sixty fifth wedding anniversary Here wednesday april 26. Both Are in Good health. They have three children living mrs. Pm primary Road Bonds which mature est Jentz. Plattville Glendora and wallpaper and paint co Dubuque Quot big paint an wallpaper Stone 950 main Street phone 61 Cal work of the paper and later Jones distinguished himself in the newspaper Field in new Orleans. Historic old press. It is interesting to learn of the travels of the first printing press. It was the Pioneer press printing first the visitor later used for the first publication of Western Wlson to Rougie some oversight in the Muchi an j Keesecker did All the Mechanic Gan legislature in 1834 All the Region West of the Mississippi River was made part of Quot the adjacent judicial District Quot in what was then Wisconsin but gave the territorial court no jurisdiction West of the Mississippi. Several justices of the peace were appointed by the governor of the territory of Michigan in 1835 for Dubuque county which then comprised half of Iowa and most of Minnesota yet there Wras actually no authority to try cases for alleged murder or any other crimes until after 1836. The administration of Justice was done by Means of Public meetings and the action of appointed committees and judge King was Active in All these emergency Means and methods. Establishes newspaper. Monday May i will be delayed a week or More. County treasurer Frank j. Hickson announced saturday. The treasurer said that his office could not redeem the Bonds until he has received the Money for the primary Road refunding Bonds which he sold last week to the Carleton d. Beh company Des Moines. The Money for the refund la Bonds will be paid to the treasurer As soon As the Bonds Are delivered to the Des Moines investment House. $90,000 in primary Road Bonds will mature monday. Of this amount $82,000 will be met by the refunding Issue sold by treasurer Hickson last visor nurse to the City of Bloomington iii., and Lillian Western Union operator at the hotel Schroeder Mil 1 Waukee. Or. And mrs. Blakely married april 26, 1868, and have resided Here j Ever since. Or. Blakely served in the civil War and has been an Active members of the William t. Sherman Post 68, g. A. R., of whom there is a group of five surviving. Or. Blakely at 85 is the youngest of this group. Sin at Lancaster in Grant county i week. The remainder will be met and afterwards was taken to St. Paul end used to get out the first newspaper in Minnesota. It was hauled by oxen the 300 Miles on the ice to St. Paul and later travelled Over the Prairies 400 Miles further to print the first paper in Sioux Falls in 1856. The old press wag finally destroyed by indians in their raids and horrible devastation in 1857. In one account of the Early Days with funds furnished by Highway commission. The state alter two Jerk 4 close Assoc la of newspaper publishing it states shop. Mcgregor class c permits to sell Beer by the Case lot have been issued by the Mcgregor town Council to the Kramer cords drug company and Kean a drug store. Class b permits were granted to John Bauer Harrington a a cafe John Mcguire and the of Neill smoke Monona the to Nona High school Junior class will present the annual class play May 5 in the auditorium of the local school. The play selected is Quot the yellow Louis b. Martin will direct the production. 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