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Sunday Democrat And Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1955, Davenport, IowaOf. 9, news briefs mom around 7he area lost nation. Ralph Adrian and mrs. Edward Mohl have been named by the Luther an Aid society to serve on a com Mizee to Purchase tables for the sunday school room. Donahue la. Mrs. Nina Denk has sold her property Beret and moved to Davenport. Her Home in the East draws year in jail for burglary Welton High pupils pick class leaders Muscatine. La. Clifford j Bvrd. 20 of Muscatine has been _ _ by James Cronkleton who h a s j sentenced to a year in the moved Here from Davenport a jail Here for part in me our garage building and an adjacent i of the tavern at at Boas was sold to Howard last june 2. He was also Joseph Cronkleton. Garage oper-1 directed to a Fine of and aters. Byrd pleaded Guity in District Oxford court before judge Arthur f. Jan bar hop president and other new sen. I j officers of the Oxford live wires authorities said burglars took 4-h club were installed at a meet about s23 in Cash. 16 canons of Bertha Jones ing in the methodist Church. Oth a cigarettes and seven cases of Beer or offers of the unit Are tavern. Welton High school class presidents this year Are from left Gary Ploog 17, senior Ray Johannsen. 16, Junior Tom Gannon 15, Sophomore and Kenny Goddard 14, freshman. Staff photo death notices no objections to Camanche plan to Annex More ground seize liquor in Lone tree taverns Johnson officials conduct raids Lone tree la. William m. J seized 10 pints of unopened whisky Johnson county attorney Jin a car parked outside the tavern filed against two Lone tree Tav Ern operators where sheriff Al Bert j. Murphy and his deputies seized liquor in raids late Friday night the raiders visited three places simultaneously but found no liquor in one tavern. Tucker directed the rails it that Aid state sweats said they Mere made com Piawats had received a to he declared that no liquor was found in Hill s tavern operated by Dick Hill. Tucker said no liquor was found in Allen s tavern operated by Charles Allen but officers the raiders found Douf s Tiv j Era operated by d. W. Abrams aimed but they were admitted the place by a bartender. They said they Faiai a Piat bottle whisky Aad two empty whisky bottles. Luckstead vice president Duane Zollie seals. 45, of Seattle. Wash., to sen. Historian. Days in the county Jas. Columbus Junction. La. The american legion auxiliary will meet monday night in the be j Goa building with mrs. Billie Hei j ther in charge of the program. Junction Mary Jean Jarvis. City clerk who j was a patient in mercy Hospital for treatment has returned Home i two More to seek office in Muscatine. La. Services Are held at 2 . Tuesday in Wittich funeral Bertha Jones 76, Home. 511 e. 10th St. After a Long illness. The Rev. Pc. R. Gesell of Grace lutheran Church will officiate and burial will be in memorial Park Ceme Tery. Born Bertha Mintoyne sept. 18, 1s79, in Marshall county. Illinois she was married oct. 14. 18t3. In Peoria 111., to Lloyd l. Baum Gardner. She came to Muscatine Camanche. La. No out that property lying j Ujj Lowder la. Ezra Kruckenberg town clerk of Lowden has announced that no candidates have filed for offices to be filled at the town election. Deadline for Sling is tuesday oct. 1l tons were entered when the Ca within the area proposed for an Manche town Council held a Public hearing on a proposal to Annex an area West of Highway 67, including the Central steel tube co. And the Dupont Plant. Mayor Howard Walters presided at the session and called upon those present to express their opinions. Most of those who spoke were in favor of the proposal. J negation would be assessed for tax purposes at a figure lower than that now in effect if the area should become a of the town of Camanche. Lost nation Man buys resort in Canadian area Clinton la. Two More Fig Ujj married Here j involved in the ures entered the City political to j Jones Letts la. A caucus will be Ture saturday when Darrel g. Held in the town Hall monday night j announced that he will be will Jug chosen j a for councilman in the fourth Ward and Gus h. Schultz took out papers for Park commis when candidates Lor town offices. Letts la. Robert dodder sooner. No survives. Other survivors Are three sons. Bernard Baumgardner of Minne Apolis Clifford of Racine. Wis. And Everett of Muscatine two j daughters. Mrs. Gladys Clark and son of mrs. Twila dodder a fresh-1 Smith Active in civic and com a Fedley both of Rock a Stepson. Otto Jones of r Man student at Monmouth College. Munith affairs is an employee of Manon Ala. A stepdaughter. Miss has been pledged to Theta Chi i Dupont organization and holds National fraternity. Lost nation Rosie von Essen Doris Crest Waite Elaine Glynn and Ida Mae von Essen with Patsy Carraher and Lonnie a pin for having donated two Gal Jlonus of blood in the Bloodmobile visits Here. Schultz is seeking the six year term As Park commissioner. He will oppose or. W. L. Scott pres Merrick subs have been elected Jent commissioner appointed High school cheerleaders. Brighton la. The Israel serve out the unexpired term Frank Wells. Schultz who is Juanita Jones of Carthage full. A sister mrs. Anna Jones of Abii Ilc othe. 111. A brother Charles Mintoyne. Of Chiffi Cote i. 11 grandchildren and six great grand children. David Schaff. City to of. Al William Bentrott Mason Wiles farm two Miles Southwest j first bid for Public office As is or. By Trade is making his j Wheatland. La. Funeral Only one of 13 property owners lost nation. La. Howard proposed move to Annex new Terri j Cook has returned from red Lake tory made an object Ion. Car Ontario Canada where he has bought the Lego res fishing re sort on red Lake. Ralph ales accompanied Bun. Or. And mrs. Cook who farm near Here have rented their prop erty and will open the resort March 1 next year. They expect to operate it until about oct. 1 and then will return to spend the Winter months Here. Cook said the property includes 10 double cot j tages situated on six acres of ground having a frontage of 600 feet on the Lake. Of Brighton was sold at Public aug j Scott t on to Charles Maas. Of near we Jan. Or. And mrs. Wiles plan to move to Wel Irnan where they have bought an acreage. Brighton a. Mrs. James Bittner and son Jerry have gone to Phoenix ariz., to join their Hus band and father and will make their Home there. Rural teachers pick Delegate to convention Muscatine. La. Mrs. Mild has Brighton la. Leo Dunbar and or. And mrs. Warren Korgan have gone to Miami fla., where the men will attend the National convention of the american legion. Red Bigsby. Of Muscatine been appointed Delegate to state convention in Des Moines the file charges against Trio for Holdup Des Moines charges of assault with intent to commit robbery were filed Here saturday against three Omaha persons in connection w the the attempted i Holdup of a Dahl supermarket a week ago. The charges were filed against services will be held at p. monday in the Chapman funeral Home Here for Bentrott. 84, retired Farmer who died Fri Jherbert Francis Honey. 21, Paul Muscatine Bank officer to Rule Over session Muscatine. La. B. L. My the three were Day in mercy Hospital. Davenport j Small 35, and mrs. Mary a Natkee. Executive vice president of burial will be in St. Paul s Ceme Hudson 20. The Muscatine Bank and Trust co. Tery. Or. Bentrott was born in wheat land May 12, 1871, and was mar ried july 18, 1895, to Lasetta Strackbein who preceded him in death. He leaves a daughter mrs. ,4iand president of the Iowa Bankers me three were Ati association will preside at the Omaha Friday and mrs. Hudson Nichols la. Members of nov. 3-5 by the Muscatine county j Emma Krener. Of my Joy. In whose j charges. Pair Al teachers organization. Home he lived four sons de. Of next meeting of the group will be nox. H at the Park Lane Golf dub. Dixon William and Lawrence Wheatland. And George Rock 11 grandchildren i great grandchildren. Association s 69th annual convention to be held oct. 23-26 in Des Moines. One of the entertainment features of the convention will be the appearance of the Elk chanters male chorus of Muscatine who Hudson Toi police the present a musical program anything at the eve of the opening of the was returned Here. The two men were jailed at Omaha and police said attempts will be made to re turn them Here to face the Allen s Grove form Bureau women pick delegates Donahue la. Mrs. Hattie Meyer township chairman and i mrs. Valiera Weizmann were dominated at a meeting of Allen s Grove township farm Bureau i Omen to attend the state farm Bureau convention in Des Moines next month. Mrs. Arthur Meints and mrs. Ursula Cronkleton were selected As delegates during a meeting held in the Home of mrs. Arnold Gil Bert. Next meeting will be nov. 2 in the Home of mrs. Emil Arp. The county attorney said of the places visited by the held a Federal retail liquor dealer stamp. Wilton Post prepares for halloween Wilton Junction la. Wil ton american legion Post no. 584 is making plans to sponsor its an Nual halloween Parade to be held monday night oct. 3l arranged for children in cos tume the Parade will pass before a group of judges who will select winners and award prizes totalling awards have been arranged so 57 winners May participate in me prizes. There will be a free motion picture show and a lunch of hot dogs Candy and _ it 01 bus Dahl store because there were too i convention and 13 dist Church wednesday afternoon Bridgman Rebekah Lodge w ill in the Church basement meet at . Tuesday in roof Hall. Synod selects Muscatine. La. Men of the officers at first presbyterian Church will be la. A silent hosts to men of the first Metho auction will be one of the Church at a dinner meeting Evert l. Haney pastor of the lights of a meeting of the Phila Iset for . Wednesday in j United presbyterian supermarket of about s900. Thea class of the Sweetland Metho the presbyterian Church. Has been elected Modera Ainsworth Ainsworth la. The pastor Many people in it at the time. Val Peterson of Washington. About 36 clerks were in the c defense direct just before opening time last will Tajc featured Rudaj when smal and Honey j speakers walked in. Mrs. Hudson said she went i Obj . La. A meeting j the two men to Sioux City wednes j of the Tri county association for iday where they robbed an a f retarded children will be held at . Tuesday in it. Pleas ant High school. Tor of the United presbyterian j i Synod of Iowa and the Rev. D. H. I _ Brush pastor of Williamson whose Wue an army pvt. I Imoneal Church. Burlington is vice Nette. Lives in Chicago recently l Moderator i arrived at Camp Der cd my and i speakers at the session included is now a member of the 9766th j or. George Lonz of service unit. He is the pa., Moderator of the Genera As-j5013 a. 1410 33rd St., Semok of the Church or. T. Don i Rock Island and was last stationed j Ald Bjork. Of Philadelphia. Pa., j at tort Knox. Kyl he entered the i Secretary of the Board of foreign j army r. July. 1955. I missions and or. Lee Edwin Wai ohm a tee Owr a Nerti Watt Bank f we tic Foj Dajc. J Ker. Of Pittsburgh i of the board1 of education. On leave William e. Mom Gomery. Fireman apprentice u. S. 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