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Dubuque Telegraph Herald And Times Journal (Newspaper) - October 16, 1929, Dubuque, Iowa In i Ober 16, by 1929telegkaph-Herald and times journal Dubuque. A. Fifteen City Council proceedings social news Hoe and Marion Roo and Megara. Selmer a Furguson Leonard and Wal j Ter a luge Gilbert 1�?Ta.ulson, Edward a. _ Hagen. Urrin Row Thomaa. Media Earlville or. And and a Eunett Hoe Aud Norval Hoe. Mrs. H. J. Van meet celebrated their Jedding a a Iilva to try lid j oct can la., special ulily arc or. And mrs. Of. E. Johnson their 1 Den pianist. Miss Kathryns Newton and assistant pianist miss Sadie pop Haru. The league meets in its own room each sunday evening at 6 ii of clock. Deaths state. Tuff Amu Ai of. It. 1929 cd in. Thirteenth wedding anniversary at i Krtus major Ai Deit no a. Tile Nan Fleet Home monday even Jan a. Mcl Voyt j lug the occasion was also or. Van ii i it Trig fleets Sevonty fourth birthday form of contract Ami Tost or. Aud mrs. Van Fleet were mar i ii it Ary a a to Iii Valley Fred at Earlville Dot. 14. 1878. Mrs. By a tllulljj1ai�?~ Iirfrlv-vl4d is native of Somerset Ungro cinc Nta of West Lith Shire England and was born there tto or. Launders am etau Fob. 16, 1850. Or. Van Fleet w As Boro in the state of new York oct. 14. 1855. They have one daughter of Bonds to pay net Ina it any other Bisl a me before the Roeung. Us cation Cert i third to by tit Quot tin l ily Council s induct in pro it a i ill Cut Ion.-, Aud form of Atinay sewer in Valley pedal Asi a a Siurna and alien of Bonds tor Init 17 the and Clark repro lenient of re aunders i amt Fil d. A against tho proposed v True written and or i tile Council for invest i a Tiou on Nao Lutica of be Lewing assessment and malice of Bonds for to a 17th and Clark reels in of mrs. Lid Millican in assessment us is hib granted levying assess men t and Luat Ioe of Londs for in Faut Tut is Street adopted. In Heim for reduction in Feinst lot i Fairmont Cark it to vein int of saut iders i. Petition of Agattia Helm in assessment a levied 4 Humboldt s add and a a Fairmont Park add., tit of saunters Street r be instructed to draw general fund in favor improvement fund to deficiency thus created. And reports of Council in petitions referred to it Morns j. A lint ringer it Henry Street granted. Be Rita bros., for permission approach to Ware House of City hah not granted ice. W. Mejer it at re. Joey bet to n Algona and a from Custer to w. 14th Jyi a not granted. Lillian Hargus asking that Ami Tan for subsequent a ten against her propel City solicitor. Verbal Mcl Nurvey for a further by property for the Impi re a Etres t granted. Pam Oil i of. To construct is building on i Lith and not granted. Petition of Peter Haugen for present at the opening series of Dau Clug Aud card parties sponsored by the supervisory and clerical forces of the chit ago great Western j shops and terminal Here saturday. A dinner was served it i of clock. J. Mckee general forc Mau at the shops introduced or. Aud mrs. T. A. Crow Der being the new superintendent of j the car department. Iai Mout la. Special a family re Union was held sunday at the Home of c. W. Weston his seven daughters Aud two sons were Home but two sons were unable to attend the mrs. Margaret Mesch Hal i to we la. Oct. 16.�?special or. And mrs. Matt meath and family. Or. And mrs. Peter Duehr Aud family and or. Aud mrs. Albert at b of clock monday morning at the Catholic Church at Sylvia switch and interment was made in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Mesch was the Mother of Matt Mesch of this Vicinity and a sister of Albert and Peter Duehr of Balltown. The guests were mesdames Mary Zoth Duehr Aud family attended the fun Man of fat port minn., Olive pop a ral of the late mrs. Margaret Ham and family of la Smout Fusto Mesch. The died at her Home at Ingamell and children of Jesup a Barnard Friday following a months a Mae Melba and children of la j illness. Funeral services were held port City la Hattie brow Aud family of Aurora and Pearl Slater and a tis strange. Georgiana time separates Best of friends. Archibald it does. Thirteen years ago we were both seventeen now you Are Twenty one . And i a Ridge. Honor priest who invented Cartridge London ply coincident with the world trend toward disarmament a Tablet has been unveiled in the Tower of in it udon to Rev. Alexander John Forsyth a karts priest of Bel Liel Rit. In Aberdeenshire Scotland who in i Soo invented a detonating Imp Der and the diet percussion lock for Small arms. His finding Laid the foundation for the Modem Rifle cart a in the old muzzle loading muskets was fired by match Leeks or flout locks. Besides being slow this method was Uncertain As tho powder would not ignite of it became Damp. Quot keep your powder dry Quot had More than a figurative meaning in those a it s. Forsyth a invention encountered the usual opposition accorded to revolutionary military innovations hut it was finally adopted by the British army and was first used in action by before this invention the powder 1 British troops at Amoy in 1841 mrs. W. J. Bucko of Alden Laud two grandchild in Earl and Duane auxiliary of the american legion swindle of Alden. They have been Beld a regular meeting in their room residents of Earlville for 47 years. Or. Van Fleet served Earlville As mayor for a number of years and still continues his business As Stock buyer after 47 years of Active work. Tatoo. Wu., special tho \ Aud family of a and Glen Weston of Cedar a rapids were the two sons present. Munday Csc plug at Tablet tho Folio Quot a i a daughter. Mim Hope Weston at Earlville la. Dren of John special Arnold helped lug officers were installed Mabel Buxton president Aud Gertrude Morrissey vice president. The new Secretary and treasurer was not Able to be present and will to installed at Strawberry Point i the Chil he next regular meeting a pot Luck Beu or and mrs a Charles Bartels him supper was enjoyed by All i embers returned Homo from Church sunday celebrate his sixty eighth birthday present and a number of the Ameri Azul Ersary at his Homo at Earlville legion boys. Sunday. A dinner was served to the i a a a following messes. And mesdames i Benton wla., special the ladies William Baun and family of band auxiliary of the a. O. H. Held a pub up blogs James Arnold and family i he card party in their Hall monday Aud Harry Arnold Aud family of 1 evening. Euchre was played. Ernest i dinner was prepared by the guests Home assisted the father in entertaining the party. A dinner was served. They were surprised to find their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Jus. Antwine. And miss Winifred Antalne of Elkader and neigh Bors there to assist or. Bartels in celebrating his fifty eighth birthday. North Fork township. Waucoma. penal mrs. Frank Lynch entertained at a Farewell Ziouer Given in Honor of mrs. Mao Cronin. Thursday. The afternoon was pleasantly spent in visiting. Guests were the mesdames Mae Cronin Thomas Burke Hay Lawrence Aud John Kelley. Weiskircher mrs. W. D. Champion and mrs. Lurched won honors. A delicious lunch was served. Waucoma. special the indies Guild of St. Mary a Church have elected the following officers president mrs. Jacob Luchter Secretary. Miss May Lynch and treasurer mrs. J. J. Boland. The Guild plan to give card parties and dances through the Winter. And there was a birthday cake decorated with Candy hearts. The afternoon was repent in dialling. Those present besides or. And mrs. Bar Oelwein la., special the second Tiu Aud or. Aud mrs. Ant win and of a series of Bridge parties was held miss Winifred were messes. And at lha elks Hall monday evening. Mesdames j. Gladwin j. M. My Lane there w Ere 120 people attending i Aud e. Linderwell. Nine 15-minute periods of five Hun-1 dred and seven 20-minute periods of Bridge were played. Lunch was served while scores were being tabulated. Winners were Bridge mrs. Maur ine Mac Lafferty first mrs. C. A. Galena iils special the co workers of the first methodist Church Beld a Farewell supper for mrs. T. A. Brewster monday evening Rev. Brewster who has been appointed pastor of the methodist Lamb averaged and mrs. E. 0.1 Church at by. Charles Aud Marcus Hawkeye a Surprise party was Given tuesday evening in Honor of or. De Billmeyer. The occasion being her fifty sixth birthday. Picnic lunch was served. Guests present were mrs. W. L. -. Lovewell and son of Cedar rapids or Nuutt j messes. And Masda Mea Charles b111 it a Brewster were also present mrs. William Curley president of the coworkers. Presented mrs. Brewster with a gift of remembrance from the members of the society. The Standard bearers also Bon s for of Proi rot Arant d. Bae Kapp it Al asking be improved from Low Peet. Granted meal Vin asking that to Cherry str St to improved granted Atli Tine Ilea and or reduction in a to tit nun t it pee i it properties for r connections on West tree to improvement not try manager stating that a me Halm in repaired and mat Power co. Will give unable ration in regard to rerouting Buss Over tins l of manager approved. Ii to. Meyer it a1 Requital Ley Between Algona and t from w. 14th to Custer d. Granted. J meter a. L. Northrop. William Burroughs e. E. Northrop c. L Northrop. And Harold Curtis. Fredericksburg the w. It. C. Held their regu tar meeting saturday. Arrangements were made to attend the District convention to be held at new Hampton nov. To. At which time an invt the singing after which a tation will be extended to hold the luncheon was served by the commit 103� convention it Fredericksburg. Members of the committee were mesdames Herts. J. Palmer Walter Maquoketa. La. Special the Truar Frank Ober Chein Aud Amos women a foreign missionary Socle Fenner. Groves Consolation and five Hundred. Mrs. V. Howe High m. C. Hanson average and miss Viola Harper Consolation. Oelwein la., special forty per sons members of the Griffith Aid so Ore l mrs. Brewster at a a Rem Ell Doty and their friends met at the party and presented Ber with a Beau Home of mrs. C. L. Hertz monday Pune. Afternoon for the regular october. Q. 1 Bellevue birthdays of Rev. J. E. Linkenmeyer and bus aged aunt mrs. John Kritter who makes apr Home with him were celebrated at St. Joseph s parochial i residence on sunday. Rev. Linken j Meyers cake Boro 42 candles while that of mrs. Kritter had 82 candles. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Wischer and son. Charles of Dubuque were Here j for the festive occasion. October meeting. Mrs. Blanch Wright presided. The patriotic instructor took charge of the meeting and an old fashioned spelling contest was held. Miss Gladys Reese a guest was the Champion speller. Teams were captained by mrs. Fanny Corbin and mrs. Amanda Platt. Mrs. Gladys Webb was teacher. Mrs. Harry easily of the methodist episcopal Church has decided to discontinue its programs Aud meetings for this Confer a. Burk offering to i ence year due to loss of member sout Peru Bivenue from but death and moving away. Inter est has decreased to some extent also. The members will pay their dues for tile year. Thus assisting financially in the work and it is hoped that the meetings will be held again next year. When new members May be secured. The Home missionary society will continue its regular monthly sessions. To t accepted. Property to tie Ltd Industrial purpose b a Hager on petition of ii k asking that a private to intend to build by y to try Engineer referred in Council. Ile states that Ila s been authorised to newer a requested How Gerald should follow the or Iii obtaining a a Crit a. Id sewer in a Public has been so informed Conger approved. Report of a on locution of a if Elow i garage at 1675 of. It Brand refer need to manager with it Vious meeting. The mailman Zed a 4ennii to a to approved. A maim o in the hum of iss.75 i Ilia automobile while Dele i its Avenue claims Street a l condition. Petition re i solicitor. Petition of miss no y it Al asking that a re or trial District be created Avenue and Wartburg i City solicitor to draw ordinance. Petition of a protesting against the a tat Power co. In abandon it ine from White Street to e line on 8th Street. No an ordinance granting o. It. Co. Permission to co Trade from 17th to Lith to Pine and Maple Street. 22. Hio referred to City a a r. Com Lea t Ion of Dubuque a of Commerce stating that a he a Jai convention of the Mississippi i Lauon will be held at the it tit. R. St. A hols mo., nov. Lith 192?, stating that the Dock in Ion will to represented St the a i n and asks that the mayor j manager he appointed to repro ent 11 try motion passed that the May f Huth Alsed to attend tho Conven that City manager to whom was r matter of a. K. Steger to at to was assessed for or vhf it a in tho aum of f?5,85 Saul id is Street sewer in c of stat that the City it and himself had investigated cd Rev it intend that or. Stegert a a difference Between the Street by wer and Saunders pc treat for to in tag to of 99 and a War drawn on the general fund in of per Al improvement fund to tsp Tbs deficiency thus created. Re approved and a ads a matter of re being no business theh adjourned. Joh of Stuj left. City clerk. Fairbank Law special a num Ber of relative and friends went to Manta were served tho bomb of mrs. Henry Lerck sunday with Well filled baskets to Surprise Hor on her seventy fifth All enjoyed a pleasant Day and gave her a number of gifts. F j a birthday. For work of the meeting was on carpet rags. Garnavillo the Young Peoples society of St. Peters Church of Garnavillo and National held their business and social meeting at the Home of Ervin he Matin sunday evening. A Reading was Given by Helen lentil and two new members joined the society. Herbert Bruns and Lawrence Allyn. The new members of the confirmation class were initiated. An enjoyable evening was spent by All after which refresh the following were present Irene and Bernard Paia Edwin Hoffman. Otto Ross Bash. William Commack Bernice and Cornelius Tuecke Edward and Herbert Bruns. Florence and Lawrence Allyn Milton and Patch Grove the ladies of St. Johns Parish met monday to clean up and Check up after the big Chicken dinner they served to the Community sunday and found the proceeds after All expenses Are paid will amount to 8450. They As Well As the men who helped Are Well pleased. The pariah feels grateful to All who helped make the Day a Success. They express thanks to the Dubuque merchants As Well As those around Here who donated anything to help the cause along. The dinner was served in the american legion Haft. The ladies seated iou guests at a time. Irr a i Waukon. or. And Hamann. Doris Grace and Lillian mrs. Arthur saudi cock were Quot at a Matt. Orlando Elsie Marie and Home to a party of friends in West Gerald Voelker Helen Everett la Waukon sunday evening. A 6 30,Cille. Evelyn and Amo ii nth. My of clock dinner was served to messes. A dred and Albert Meyer Palmer and mesdames Harry Dasher Jake Schlake. Selma taxi Epper to ills Davis James Ribby and Thomas a Hempeler Irwin Hamann Lloyd Ryan and Albert Simon. The eve Kaiser Eldo Bunge. Dandle Kregel Lamont Harold Carr son of or. And mrs. Reuben Carr celebrated his sixteenth birthday sunday. A dinner in keeping with the Day was served at the noon hour. Plates were placed for h. It. Tuttle his Grandfather Sheldon Tuttle his Uncle and William Taylor. Harold. Dorothy and Marion Carr. Lorraine and or. And mrs. Reuben Carr. Harold was presented with gifts in remembrance of the Day. May Ning a spent in playing cards complimenting or. And and mrs. George in Jerenz or. And mrs. I Xmas Ballnger and mrs. Ben Overman All of Boyd wig. Or. And mrs. Lou Corke entertained Friday and saturday evenings at their Home. The guests had been House guests of the Gerke family for several Days. Fredericksburg the juniors will present their class play at the auditorium two nights oct. 17 and 18. The play is entitled a the House of a thousand follow ing is the cast of characters David Arden John Richardson. Mona Carlton -gertrud4 Mattko. Serena Carlton ignore Steege. Trave ers a Haroid molde chatter. Emily Temple Evelyn Menthe. Agues Melville Beth Schoonover. Mrs. Carlton Faythe Ellison. Ronald Melville Marlowe Burke. Paul do Alberto Emmett Johnson. Miss Derby Clara Steege. Velvet the burglar a John of Sale of City Bonos. Sealed bids will to received by the City treasurer at Hie office to the City Hall up to to a. M. On the 2tat Day of october 1929, for the City improvement Bonds for the improvement of Vernon Street. Five per cent serial Bonds to the amount of 11.900 00 in denominations. Nos. 20�5 to 202 Mcglum vet dated september 8, i#29, maturing 1931 to 1931 inclusive. For the improvement of Wilbur Street. Five per vent serial Bonds to the. J amount of 3.soo.oo in Denom Lamont la Snee Ial or p a nations nos. 2s34 to 2047 inclusive a Kef Jet two spacial. Mrs. A ii a dated september 3, 1988�?maturing 1931 Beth Dralle entertained a family j to 1938 inclusive. Party at dinner sunday. The guest for the improvement of Alley Hewer or and mrs Antone Ander-1 tween w 15th an<1 a 14th streets. Five Amone a n Are put it rent mrs he to Law Aino unt of Rev. And mrs. Bung and family. Messes. And mesdames Harvey Hainan and family. Leslie Seeland. Louis Mueller. Julius Dettmar Aud Amo Lenth. Son and twin daughters. Elizabeth Ann and Ida May of Manchester or. And mrs. L. C. Thomas son Clare and daughter. Jean of Charles City Stephen Ivory of Strawberry Point and miss Lillian or Ali and Ben Dralle of Lamont. 1300.00 in 1109.00 denomination a nos. 2100 to 2103 inclusive dated september 3. 1929�?maturing 1931 to 1933 inclusive. For the improvement of Davis Avenue South one half. Five per cent serial Bonds to the amount of f2.20fi.00 in denominations of 12bt ooh nos. 210.> to 2115 a dated september 3. 1929�?maturing 1931 to 193 inclusive. For the improvement of May place. Five per cent Benal it ones to the amount of 5t0.w in or Nom in tic Tisz nos. 2087 to 2091 inclusive maturing 1931 Potosi. mrs. Ross Russell entertained several friends to a six of clock dinner monday evening in hour of her Eon a Harry j dated september 3, 1928 birthday anniversary. A four course lok�?T9r a dinner was served to tho following guests or. And mrs. Cite new Bennett Aud children mrs. Maud Vincent of Platt evil a. Or. And mrs a joyous Klaas and family and or. Sam Rice of Potosi. Microphones find use in Vox farm kennels Quot re it erg i ins a at the Silver Fox ii Tun Schutz Uear this City r t of Tali bed in Europe Small a a i of it Hon a a have been placed in All a mels. This enables the Ina Dkl of the farm to hear any unusual a a ass the animals Are disturbed it a v Mars the better they flourish a is especially True during the a Ltd Ding period. By the use of the 1 Cuch disturbing Vleita Are re a cd to a minimum. Plan Christmas trip for Herman ship Columbus Hagon Garnavillo or. And mrs. Alvin j. Kregel entertained a party of relatives and friends at dinner at their Home sunday. Those present were messes. And Mes Dames Herman Dettmer Henry wahls. Fred Schmidt and a it Schumacher mesdames Mary Dett Mer and Emma Wirkler misses Lucia and Amelia Roggman Helen Evelyn and Lulu Dettmer. Doris Tompkins Lois Schmidt Fay and Elizabeth wahls Marlon Kregel Opal Fellows and miss Baker and messes. John Roggman Jonart Fotte and Dale wahls. Lamont Law special messes. And mesdames William Sager Frank Wesley Charley Foffel miss Pearl Kanh and Mea. Mauie Chamberlain improvement of Sheridan Street. Five per cent Erial Bonds to the amount of 1400 00 in 3100.00 denominations nos. 2094 to 2097 inclusive dated september 3, 1929�?maturing list to 1934 inclusive. For the improvement of Alley Between Burch Aud his streets. Five per cent serial Bonds to the amount of 11.890.oo in 9200.00 denomination a nos. 205y to 2069 inclusive dated september 3. 1929�?maturing Josi to 1938 inclusive. For the improvement of Edith Street. Five per Cen serial lands to the amount of 92,400.00 lit 9�?~ o0.oo Detomi nations nos. 2061 to 2072 inclusive Quot Chi of Quot Tonsi the North German which Quot out of service for some while its machines were be to in cd from steam to Turbine Quot ill leave Bremen for new no december 14 for on Waukon. La. Special complimenting Peter Hagen who celebrated bus seventy eighth birthday a number of relatives assembled at the Gilman Heinie at paint Creek sunday. Where they spent til Day. A potluck dinner was served to the following messes. And mesdames Otto Soren of Lamont attended a Surprise birthday gathering Iii hour of mrs. De j Toltus in Ulve 11111 Turu Ian a Ward Rhine at her Home in oel-1 Wein sunday. A dinner was served from the baskets brought by the guests. The other guests were and mesdames Leroy troupe Frank Alderson and Albert Wesley of Strawberry Point. Wesley Weyant of Edgewood and Adolph Allen Stcin. His father. Albert Allenstein of stunner and Marcy Alderson of Oelwein. For the improvement of Burden Street Hee per rent serial Bonds to the sin out of 2.0fi0 of in $200 of denominations non. 2073 to 3084 incl i my a dated september 3, 1929�?matui in mint i ref ult to 1938 inclusive. All above listed Bonds Are optional. Tho City will not accept Lase than per on above listed Bonds. Signed Otto v. Pts la. 10-s-14l City treasurer. Lamont at the meeting of the Epworth league of the m. E. Church sunday evening the newly elected officers presided. The officers Art a follows presi three votive a1 Lars dedicated to Ute worship of Demeter and per sep one have been discovered in Sicily. Real estate transfers Hon. Halvor Llagun Edward Llagun j Dent Misa Mabel Adam first vice t re Trow she will then re tim 0 shipyards for a Brief f it a certain redecoration. Albert Hagen. Hans Oleon Henry Olson Peter Hagen. Oscar Roe Ove Roe and a. H. Roe misses Gladys Hagen Emma and Pauline Paulson Marjorie and Helen Mary Olson Selma Hagen Thelma met lathe Doris president miss Lino Gene Clark second vice president. Miss Esther Tyrrell third vice president miss Mabel Snodgrass fourth vice president. Miss Mildred Smith Secretary miss Loma Batea treasurer Fred Bov John i. I Ullock it a to Voelker ural to company lot la. 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