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151
Hearing the Case Brought by Hilda; Charges Heard by the Court
Hearing the Case Brought by Hilda; Charges Heard by the Court
A report that the lawsuit brought by Hilda J. Westberg against five Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, saloon keepers for rendering her husband an alcoholic was being heard by the judge and jury. 
 
152
Hewitt Farm Home Near Morning Sun Burned to Ground
Hewitt Farm Home Near Morning Sun Burned to Ground
A report on a fire that destroyed the home of Cyrus Fairchild and Mary Susan (McClure) Hewitt. 
 
153
Hickenbottoms, Walker, and John Warren Hannah Attend Events in Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Hickenbottoms, Walker, and John Warren Hannah Attend Events in Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Matthew James and Mary Catherine (Hannah) Hickenbottom, and Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" and Jennie "Reil" (Hannah) Walker and their children attended a reunion of the Howe's academy in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, a school Reil had attended. Also Sam and Reil accompanied Reil's father, J. W. Hannah, to the Old Threshers and Settlers Reunion held yearly in Mt. Pleasant. 
 
154
Highland's Ellen Kron Is All-League
A list of the Southeast Iowa Conference All Conference First and Second Teams, and those attaining Honorable Mention in the school year, 1969-1970 in boys' and girls' basketball. Those on this site who are mentioned in the article include: Joyce Lynn Dotson, Mary Horn, Daniel L. "Dan" McConahay, Janene Ann Schroder, Brent Fletcher Scott Thie, Catherine Lee "Cathy" Walker, and Dennis William Brumm.
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155
His 19 Murders Product of Mind Crazed By Opium, While Under the Influence of the Drug Henry Spencer Told Chicago Police He Was Wholesale Murderer, Killed Tango Dancer; Other Murders Myths, Spencer Has Been Addicted to Use of Opium for Years and His Gruesome Story Was Born of Drug
His 19 Murders Product of Mind Crazed By Opium, While Under the Influence of the Drug Henry Spencer Told Chicago Police He Was Wholesale Murderer, Killed Tango Dancer; Other Murders Myths, Spencer Has Been Addicted to Use of Opium for Years and His Gruesome Story Was Born of Drug
An article reporting that Henry Spencer, accused murderer of Mildred (Semrow/Allison) Rexroat, was not a mass murderer as he previously confessed to have been. His mind was crazed by opium. 
 
156
His Eye is on Soldiering
His Eye is on Soldiering
A newspaper photograph of five year old George Davis Moyer Jr. on his tricycle, stating he would like to be "on parade" or else "soldiering for Uncle Sam." 
 
157
Holding Dentist In Stabbing Incident
Holding Dentist In Stabbing Incident
A report of a stabbing involving Alex Porteous and Dr. Clark Johnson Gilmore. 
 
158
Holiday Visitors
A report on Thanksgiving dinner with family at the home of Lloyd Archibald and Mildred L. (Goessling) Walker, November 1960.
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159
Homecoming parades Friday at Columbus Jet., Wapello
An article by Lois Weggen, reporting on the king and queen candidates at Wapello High School for 1969 Homecoming. These included Joyce Dotson, Tom Cross, and Dan McConahay.
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160
Honor Students Listed At Huron
A list of honor roll students in January 1955 at Huron High School, including Florence Louise Riemann.
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161
Honoring Old Glory
A photo and caption taken of Flag Day identifying William D. "Bill" Maupin as a member of the Marine Corps League Hamilton Walters Division.
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162
Horace Mann Promotes 155; Exercises to Be Held At Horace Mann School On Wednesday Evening
Horace Mann Promotes 155; Exercises to Be Held At Horace Mann School On Wednesday Evening
A report on the graduation exercises for June 2, 1937, at Horace Mann Junior High School in Burlington, Iowa. Robert Henry Klemm Zurmuehlen was one of the graduates. 
 
163
Horse Bites Two Near Mt. Olive
Horse Bites Two Near Mt. Olive
A report that David Judson Lakin and his son, Barry Wayne Lakin, were hospitalized after being attacked by a family horse. 
 
164
Howard Hobbs, Morning Sun 2003 Citizen of the Year
An article with a published photograph of Howard M. Hobbs, riding in a car during the Fourth of July parade. He was honored as the Morning Sun, Iowa, Citizen of the Year during the annual Fourth of July celebration.
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165
Hy-Vee Opens Larger Store
Hy-Vee Opens Larger Store
The details of the expansion of the Hy-Vee food store in Ames, Iowa, under the guidance of store manager, Roy Eli Frizzell. 
 
166
I See By The Hawk-Eye That...
I See By The Hawk-Eye That...
A report that John William Zurmuehlen had purchased two lots in the Kupper's subdivision of Burlington, Iowa. 
 
167
Ice Is Nice
A photograph published in the newspaper of Tricia Zurmuehlen and a friend "ice sliding," a pastime she had learned during her residence in California, which she was now experiencing in Burlington, Iowa, although in the summer.
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168
Ill Mailman Is Remembered By Aids, Friends
Ill Mailman Is Remembered By Aids, Friends
A story regarding Frank Wells, postal carrier, who took ill and was given money by friends and associates at Christmas 1951. 
 
169
Illinois News Tersely Told: Actions of Henry Spencer in Jail
Illinois News Tersely Told: Actions of Henry Spencer in Jail
An article discussing the murder of Mildred (Semrow/Allison) Rexroat, specifically the actions of accused murderer Henry Spencer while in jail in Du Page County, Illinois. 
 
170
In Twin Cities - Christmas Guests
In Twin Cities - Christmas Guests
Local news describing the family Christmas gathering of the William Harold Gurnee Sr. and Emily (Lakin) Gurnee family for Christmas in December 1949. 
 
171
Inn Employees Are Honored
Inn Employees Are Honored
A report of Burlington, Iowa, Holiday Inn employees who were presented with awards for years of service, including Alvina Louise (Brumm/Koett/Titus) Lohmann. 
 
172
Iowa Briefs
Iowa Briefs
A report that 22 year old J.T. Jansen of West Point was arrested in the death of William Frederick Broeker. 
 
173
Iowa Club Holding Picnic in Detroit, Michigan
Iowa Club Holding Picnic in Detroit, Michigan
A short paragraph published in the paper stating Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner was president of the Iowa Club in Michigan, and they were planning a picnic in Michigan. 
 
174
It Was 38 Years Ago
It Was 38 Years Ago
A short article regarding a cure for influenza that Merle Irene (Rhoer) Zurmuehlen had come upon in an old newspaper. 
 
175
It's This Way
It's This Way
A photograph in the Ames Tribune (Ames, Iowa) of John Frizzell, a member of Gra-Y in Ames, Iowa, learning the ins and outs of a box kite (originally published in the Ames Tribue, page 2, March 27, 1959; Ames, Story County, Iowa). 
 
176
Jeff Murguia to Manage 7 Ponds
A report Jeff Murguia would manage Seven Ponds Park near Sperry, Iowa, while his brother, Craig, worked on another park in the Quad Cities area.
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177
John Brumm Under Arrest; Charged With Larceny of Oil Company - Implicated By Young Bowers
John Brumm Under Arrest; Charged With Larceny of Oil Company - Implicated By Young Bowers
A report on the arrest of John Fred Brumm in Burlington, Iowa, on charges of "larceny in the night time." 
 
178
John Walker Missing in Action
John Walker Missing in Action
Notification of the family of John Henry Walker that he was officially declared Missing In Action from a battle of November 24, 1944 near Aachen, Germany. Later, after missing a year, the War Department would officially declare him as dead. 
 
179
John Walker Speeding
John Walker Speeding
John Tompson Walker received a $10 fine for speeding. 
 
180
Joni Stark Is Honored
A report that Joni Lynn Stark was initiated into Phi Upsilon Omicron at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, and invited into the national organization Omicron Nu, both home economics honor societies.
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181
Joshua Ray Moyers in the Air Force
A report on Airman Joshua Moyers, the son of Doyle Edward Moyers Jr., who had completed basic training in the air force as was reporting for duty at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
182
Junior Class to Give Play; Mediapolis Students to Give "Mountain Mumps" Friday
A report on the 1936-1937 Mediapolis High School Junior Class Play, "Mountain Mumps." William Lett "Bill" Brumm was in the listing of the cast.
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183
Junior High at Crawfordsville Gives Operetta
Junior High at Crawfordsville Gives Operetta
A report on an operetta at the local junior high school in Crawfordsville, Iowa, "The Indian Princess," in which Charles "Cecil" Walker played an Indian scout. 
 
184
Junior Legion Lads St. Louis Visitors
Junior Legion Lads St. Louis Visitors
An article regarding a chaperoned trip taken by a number of boys on the Junior (American) Legion baseball team. Leon F. McNeil was mentioned as being on the squad. 
 
185
Jury Finds Brumm Guilty; Verdict Is Reached After Two and a Half Hours of Deliberation
Jury Finds Brumm Guilty; Verdict Is Reached After Two and a Half Hours of Deliberation
A report on the verdict of a trial in which John Frederick Brumm was convicted of obtaining a check for $75 from the Farmers' Supply Company of Mediapolis under false pretenses. 
 
186
Karry Crafton sparks stout defense; Falconettes oust Mediapolis 36-34
The sports report with the story of a district victory of West Burlington High School over Mediapolis High School in girls basketball in 1977, ending 12 straight years of state tournament appearances by the Mediapolis team. West Burlington was coached by Delmer G. "Del" Walker, a descendant of John Wilton Walker and Elizabeth Betta Dean.
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187
Kathleen Lucille Brumm in Home Economics Training
Kathleen Lucille Brumm in Home Economics Training
A photo and caption identifying Kathleen Brumm as a member of a home economics course at Mediapolis Consolidated School, watching training regarding babies. 
 
188
King Loses Crown
A report that the family of Timothy Lee "Tim" Zurmuehlen had replaced the Robert Lawrence "Bob" Zurmuehlen family as the last name listed in the Burlington, Iowa, telephone directory.
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189
Kirkpatrick Ends Leave
A notice that Robert Dale Kirkpatrick Sr. was in the army reserves and returning to Fort Ord, California, after holiday leave with his parents in Burlington, Iowa.
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190
Kirkwood Commencement for Over 600
A report on the graduation exercises and list of graduates at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, June 1977. James H. "Jim" Zurmuehlen attained an HPN degree.
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191
Leads in Class Play
Leads in Class Play
An article reporting that Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker had the leading male role in the senior class play of 1929 at Wapello High School, Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa. The leading female role was granted to Marian Cover. (Original document provided courtesy of Marge Kimble) 
 
192
Lemon Delicious
A human interest photograph with a photograph of Nikita Conner and other children selling lemonade from a street side stand.
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193
Lett Does Fine Job In A.L. Senior Play
Lett Does Fine Job In A.L. Senior Play
A critic's review of the play "Death Takes a Holiday," in which Kenneth Amgwert Lett Jr. played the leading role of "Death." 
 
194
Lett Has Lead Role in A. L. Class Play
Lett Has Lead Role in A. L. Class Play
A notice about the 1954 Abraham Lincoln High School class play in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The play was "Death Takes a Holiday," and Kenneth Amgwert Lett Jr. played the leading role of Prince Sirki. 
 
195
Letters (to the editor): Preserve the Past
A letter from William D. "Bill" Maupin critizing the city of Burlington, Iowa, for its concept of progress.
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196
Local Briefs: Penzler Joins Ophthamology Pracice
Notification that Dr. Cindy E. (Emig) Penzler would maintain her clientele at Geary Community Hospital in Junction City, Kansas, though she joined the staff of the Topeka, Kansas, offices of Ernest Kovarik, M.D., and Randall Kresie, M.D.
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197
Local Column (by Bob Wilson)
In a local interest column in The Hawk Eye newspaper, Burlington, Iowa, it was mentioned that Merle Irene (Rhoer) and son Robbi J. "Rob" had spotted a large eagle in a cemetery near their home.
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198
Local Happenings
Local Happenings
Mention was made that William "Joe" Bugg Sr. had been in a traffic accident near Oskaloosa, Iowa, and was transferred from a local hospital there to Mercy Hospital in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
199
Local Happenings: Myrtle and Marguerite Go Shopping
Local Happenings: Myrtle and Marguerite Go Shopping
An article mentioning a shopping trip made by Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson and Wilda "Marguerite" (Wyerman) Walker to Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 
 
200
Local Happenings: Myrtle Dotson and Virginia Lox in Mount Pleasant
A report mentioning that Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson and her daughter, Virginia Mae (Dotson) Lox, were seen shopping in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.
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