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101
Dayton
A report on Boxholm, Iowa, residents who attended a Swedish supper in Dayton, Iowa. Charlie Ernst, wife Maxine Mae (Eastburg) Ernst, and a daughter were attendees.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
102
Deed Made Out 25 Years Ago Filed Here Yesterday
Deed Made Out 25 Years Ago Filed Here Yesterday
A report on two lots deeded to John William Zurmuehlen by his sister-in-law, Amelia (Nantz) Smith. The deed was executed in 1904, but not filed until 1929. 
 
103
Defendants in the Westberg Case Make a Rather Poor Showing
Defendants in the Westberg Case Make a Rather Poor Showing
Reporting on the trial of the lawsuit brought by Hilda J. Westberg against five saloonkeepers in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, the defendants seemed to be not doing well. 
 
104
Dennis William Brumm in Ames, Iowa, Industrial League Basketball
Dennis William Brumm in Ames, Iowa, Industrial League Basketball
These are a couple of basketball reports I stumbled upon while doing a search on the Brumm name in Ames, Iowa, in the city's local paper during the time I was living there (1970-1978). I worked at Hach Chemical Company as a technician between 1974-1978, and played on their company team. We had varying degrees of success the several years I played, but it was a lot of fun. I believe (though am not certain) I was the only team member who'd played varsity basketball in high school, but a lot of the other people went to much larger high schools than I did; if they'd been at New London High School, I'm sure a number of them would have have played there, too.

My skills had gotten better after high school, as I played so much pick-up and dorm league basketball at Iowa State University. Age probably helped too. I picked these two separate reports from the year we did best in our league. I think we ended up 3rd, but as of February 6, we were still in a tie for first. The April 3 game from 1975 is the only one I remember, because it had one of those moments that all basketball players fantasize about. I made a free throw after regulation time that won the game. It was against the "That Place" team (That Place was a bar in Ames at the time). They had beaten us soundly earlier, I think, but we all played a pretty good game that evening.

Afterwards we generally went as a team with our few fans to That Place, and I remember sometimes not being very hale at 7:30 a.m. when our work day would begin the morning after a game.

It's interesting that these scores were even in the paper. I never read the Ames local paper when I lived there; just the University paper and the Des Moines Register.

Oh, we lost the next (championship) game in the tournament. 
 
105
Dennis William Brumm, High School Basketball
Dennis William Brumm, High School Basketball
This photograph with caption appeared in the Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 9, February 27, 1969. Oddly enough I think I played very little that evening as I was recovering from a bout with the flu. Evan W. "Ev" Miller is on the left of the photo, he later married Mary Jo Marshall, who is connected herein to the Moyers Family.

The caption is: "WALKING ON AIR? New London's Dennis Brumm appears to be walking on air as he pulls down a missed West Burlington shot Wednesday night during sectional play at New London. Ev Miller (25) of New London is ready to assist. Hawk-Eye Photo by Larry Johnson." 
 
106
Desire to Trade Land
Desire to Trade Land
An ad in the classified section of the newspaper in which Louis F. Moyer offered to trade a 25,000 acre ranch in Mexico for property in Texas. 
 
107
Dotson Family Reunion Held; 86 Are Present
An article reporting on the tenth annual Dotson-Davison family reunion, held August 28, 1928, in Mediapolis, Iowa.
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108
Double Grade A Milking Operation at Doton Acres Farm Near Morning Sun
Double Grade A Milking Operation at Doton Acres Farm Near Morning Sun
A human interest report on the dairy farm owned by Ines Marguerite (Johnson) Dotson and her son-in-law, Donald Kenneth "Kenny" Baird. 
 
109
Dundee, Mt. Vernon Men to Conservation Jobs
An article regarding six men who passed the state test to become conservation officers January 1, 1963, including Dale Hubert Brumm.
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110
Dunne Will Let Spencer Hang
Dunne Will Let Spencer Hang
Notice that Governor Dunne of Illinois did not intercede in the case of Henry Spencer, convicted murderer of Mildred (Semrow/Allison) Rexroat; Spencer's execution went on as scheduled. 
 
111
Eight C.B. Students Win Art Awards
A report that Lynn Jones of Council Bluffs won a key award in the annual Younkers Scholastic Art contect in Des Moines, Iowa.
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112
Englewood Happenings: The Murder of Mildred Rexroat
Englewood Happenings: The Murder of Mildred Rexroat
A report on the murder of Mrs. Mildred (Semrow/Allison) Rexroat, mentioning her home address and her former occupation as a "tango teacher." 
 
113
Entertain Group at Lowell
An article reporting on a family reunion of the Lloyd Earl Thornburg family in Lowell, Henry County, Iowa.
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114
Estate Auction
Estate Auction
A notice of a "living estate" auction by Merle Zurmuehlen, about one month before her death. 
 
115
Family Dinner Held Sunday At Hemphills
Local news from Wapello, Iowa, published in the Muscatine Journal, with mention of a dinner at the home of Harvey H. and Hazel (Hamilton/Eubanks) Hemphill's home.
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116
Family Practitioner Newest Local Doctor, by Lloyd Maffitt
A story regarding the family of Dr. Harold Walter Miller, who had set up practice in Burlington, Iowa.
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117
Fewer Using Service, New Grain Inspection Owner Cleans House
Fewer Using Service, New Grain Inspection Owner Cleans House
In a human interest article written by Burlington Hawk Eye reporter, Bob Sogard, a report was made regarding the gutting of the Burlington office of the Eastern Iowa Grain Inspection Service. Doyle Edward Moyers Sr. had worked there twenty years and was chief inspector. 
 
118
Filling a Need
An article profiling Dr. Jerry Dean Walker, Professor, pediatric dentist and dental educator at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. (Provided courtesy of Becky Murphy)
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119
Fire Destroys Barn at Lett Residence
Fire Destroys Barn at Lett Residence
Report of a fire that occurred in the barn at Kenneth Amgwert Lett. 
 
120
Fire Injures A. S. Newcome; Explosion Occurs As Motorist Heats Gasoline in Pail of Hot Water
Fire Injures A. S. Newcome; Explosion Occurs As Motorist Heats Gasoline in Pail of Hot Water
A report on an explosion and fire at the home of Albert S. Newcome. 
 
121
Fitting Time
A photograph with a caption indicating Ronald Verl Van Houten was trying on a new band uniform at Baker Junior School.
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122
For Ten Thousand
For Ten Thousand
A front page article reporting on a lawsuit for $10,000 brought by Hilda J. Westberg against five Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, saloon keepers for rendering her husband an alcoholic. 
 
123
For the Record; Burlington Hospital, July 25 Admissions
A notice that Merle Irene (Rhoer) Zurmuehlen and her son, Timothy Lee "Tim" Zurmuehlen, were admitted to the hospital on the day of his birth (or possibly for his birth?).
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124
Former Burlington Girl in Movie Here February 13
A report that former Burlington, Iowa, resident, Joan Eleanor Wells, was to appear in a movie that would be shown at the Palace Theater (movie theater) in Burlington.
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125
Former I.W.C. Woman Directs College Club
Former I.W.C. Woman Directs College Club
A report on the 1951 election of directors of the College Club of Cleveland, Ohio, at which time Helen M. (Holland) Maedje, a graduate of Iowa Wesleyan College, was elected to be one of the organization's five directors. 
 
126
Four Skunks Start Life In Business Basement
A general interest article regarding four baby skunks found at a lumber yard in Waterloo, Iowa, rescued by Dale Hubert Brumm, park ranger at George Wyth State Park, near Waterloo.
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127
Four Youths Hurt In 'Cracker Blow
The story of an automobile accident when four youths, including Donald E. Keppner, the driver, were in a vehicle carrying a load of firecrackers that erupted in an explosion.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
128
Francine "Chloe" Stodt at the Spider Web
An article reporting that Chloe, a piano major at the time, would be playing at the Spider Web youth center in Burlington, Iowa.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
129
Frank Wells Returns From a Trip to Los Angeles
Frank Wells Returns From a Trip to Los Angeles
A report that Frank Richard Wells had returned to Burlington, Iowa, after visiting his brother, Albert Nathaniel Wells and family, for a month in California. 
 
130
Freddie Welsch Signed by Braves
Freddie Welsch Signed by Braves
A sports page report on Frederick Dean Welsch signing a contract with the Boston Braves baseball team. 
 
131
Freddy Abrahamson Wins Award Contest
Freddy Abrahamson Wins Award Contest
An article regarding a first place award that Frederick A. Abrahamson won for decoration of his bicycle. 
 
132
Frederick Abrahamson Joins Regular Army
Frederick Abrahamson Joins Regular Army
A notice Frederick A. Abrahamson had enlisted in the regular army at Fort MacArthur, California. 
 
133
Front Pages of Newspapers Across Iowa Report on the Burlington Fire that Killed Carl Harold 'Harry' Herman
Front Pages of Newspapers Across Iowa Report on the Burlington Fire that Killed Carl Harold "Harry" Herman
Papers from Waterloo, Mt. Pleasant, Carroll, Council Bluffs, and around the state reported on the large fire at the Burlington Fruit Company in which Harry Herman was killed. 
 
134
Fruit Men at Clarinda
Fruit Men at Clarinda
A report on the meeting of the Southwestern Iowa Horticultural society at Clarinda, Page County, Iowa. George Hamilton Van Houten was to report to the group from Alaska. 
 
135
Gail Chamberlin Heads Annual Beir Family Reunion
Gail Chamberlin Heads Annual Beir Family Reunion
An article about the fourth annual Beir family reunion held in Mediapolis, Iowa, September 20, 1937. 
 
136
George Leland Seaton's Influence on the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois
George Leland Seaton's Influence on the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois
An article in the College of DuPage magazine in 2007 mentioned the importance of George Seaton in the history of the college. 
 
137
George Walker In the Hospital
George Walker In the Hospital
April 16, 1964, The Morning Sun News-Herald reported that family members Marge Kimble, Viola Van Houten, Nancy Kimble, and friend Evelyn Wilson had visited George Percy Walker in the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. This was at the time he had surgery for cancer of the larynx and removal of the larynx. 
 
138
Girls Swimmers A.A.U. Winners; Betty Bertlshofer, Odetta Brumm First in Fairfield District Meet
Girls Swimmers A.A.U. Winners; Betty Bertlshofer, Odetta Brumm First in Fairfield District Meet
A report on the Fairfield, Iowa, district swimming meet, with emphasis on swimmer's from Burlington, Iowa. Odetta Brumm won the event she entered at the meet. 
 
139
Girls' Reserve Corner
Girls' Reserve Corner
A report of a Valentine's day party given by the Lancelot Corps of Girl Reserves in which Marion "Louise" Tyhurst performed a dance. 
 
140
Glove Factory Now Operating
Glove Factory Now Operating
An article reporting on the reopening of the glove factory in New London, Iowa, with former employee Hattie "Leota" (Walker) Krekel, re-hired as an instructor. 
 
141
Graduate 23 From Wapello School at Impressive Event
Graduate 23 From Wapello School at Impressive Event
A report on the 1929 high school graduation at Wapello High School, Louisa County, Iowa. The class roll included: Harriet Webster, Edward Vincent, Lena E. Beard, Carol M. Bissinger, Donald C. Bissinger, Nellie Evelyn Blanchard, Marion H. Cover, Pauline Frances Crammond, Lillis H. Crow, James D. Dean (sic: Deam), Madeleine R. Drank, Clifford O. Gerth, Mildred Lucile McNatton, Burt Matthews, Ruth Minor, Freaman Reid, Mary E. Schwob, Jessie M. Syphrit, Edith Ione Wagg, Sam Walker, and Elsie A. Wykert. 
 
142
Grand Jury Meets
Grand Jury Meets
A list of those convened on a Des Moines County, Iowa, grand jury in January 1947. 
 
143
Guests from Distance
Guests from Distance
A report of a visit by Wesley Ellsworth Walker and his daughter of Seattle, King County, Washington, to Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 
 
144
Guild at Olds Elects Officers; Other News Notes (The Lee Walkers in Washington, D.C.)
Guild at Olds Elects Officers; Other News Notes (The Lee Walkers in Washington, D.C.)
An article mentioning that Charles Leander "Lee" and Aleta M. (Hewitt) Walker had traveled to Washington, D.C., to visit their son, Charles "Cecil" Walker. 
 
145
Hamilton Inducted into IHSBCA Hall of Fame
An article reporting on Jack Hamilton's induction into the Iowa High School Baseball Association Hall of Fame. Jack was a pitcher at Morning Sun High School in Morning Sun, Iowa. He played professional baseball for a time.
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146
Harrison Avenue Church Program
Harrison Avenue Church Program
An article regarding the Harrison Avenue Methodist Church's annual Christmas program in Burlington, Iowa. The Sunday School superintendent was Robert Henry Klemm Zurmuehlen, and his son, John William, was in Sunday School. 
 
147
Hattie 'Leota' Walker and Paul Moyers Walker Visit the  Maude Mae (Walker) Umphrey Family After the Death of Her Husband
Hattie "Leota" Walker and Paul Moyers Walker Visit the Maude Mae (Walker) Umphrey Family After the Death of Her Husband
A news item in the column with the Morning Sun, Iowa, local news, reporting Hattie "Leota" and Paul Moyers Walker had gone to New London (Iowa) to visit their sister, Maude Umphrey, soon after the death of her husband, Geoffrey Paul Umphrey.
 
 
148
Hattie 'Leota' Walker Represents Wapello High School at Business Class Contest
Hattie "Leota" Walker Represents Wapello High School at Business Class Contest
Mention of a business class contest held in Burlington, Iowa, at which Leota Walker was a representative of Wapello High School. 
 
149
Hatts Earn Title 'All-American' Family
Hatts Earn Title 'All-American' Family
The story of the children and stepchildren of Elizabeth Ellen (Tice) Hatt, who, with her husband Alexander Howie Hatt, ran a laundry in Marion, Iowa, for a number of years. Alexander died in 1937 and Elizabeth raised her eight children as a single mother thereafter. 
 
150
Hawk Eyetems
Hawk Eyetems
Mention in the local news of Burlington, Iowa, of the first annual Leland McCosh Memorial Award 
 

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