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Local Topics
An local interest report stating that Evelyn Dorothy (Johnson) Van Houten was traveling to Iowa City to visit her son Marvin, then traveling to Corpus Christi for the winter to stay with her son, Verl.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
202
Local Topics: Verl and Viola Van Houten Visit Ida Grove, Iowa
A newspaper account chronicling a visit by Verl V. and Viola Belle (Walker) Van Houten to his parental home in Ida Grove in 1954. Another comment was made regarding Marvin Van Houten in charge of a local store.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
203
Local Trainmen's Annual Ball is Attended by 800
Local Trainmen's Annual Ball is Attended by 800
An article reporting on the St. Patrick's Day celebration in March 1927 given by the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, with cousins Elizabeth Mae "Betty" Westberg and Marion "Louise" Tyhurst as members of the entertainment of the evening. 
 
204
Lodge Holds Installation
Lodge Holds Installation
"Mrs. Susie Wright Installed Oracle of Royal Neighbors At Morning Sun," an article reporting on new officers in the Oracle of Royal Neighbors organization at Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa. Cora "Belle" (Hannah/Walker) Oakley was installed as the club's receiver; assistant marshal was Mrs. Opal Pauline (Baird) Marshall; past oracle was Mrs. Nora Olive (Larkin) Cunningham. Belle Oakley was Cora Belle "Belle" (Hannah/Walker) Oakley; Opal Marshall was Opal Pauline (Baird) Marshall; Nora Cunningham was Nora Olive (Larkin) Cunningham. (Provided courtesy of Marge Kimble) 
 
205
Loses Fight With Policemen; Man Jailed on Wife's Charge
Loses Fight With Policemen; Man Jailed on Wife's Charge
A list of verdicts rendered in police court, including a charge of intoxication against Charles William Vogt (the lead story was a report involving Willis Johns). 
 
206
Lottie Bernice (Moyers) Pilling to Sponsor Nutrition Lesson
Lottie Bernice (Moyers) Pilling to Sponsor Nutrition Lesson
A notice regarding a nutrition lesson at the home of Mrs. Jack Pilling, given by Iowa State College extension for the "ladies of Yellow Spring Township." (Probably published in the Morning Sun or Mediapolis, Iowa, newspaper; original document courtesy of Paul Robert "Bob" Orr) 
 
207
Louis R. Burgus Hospitalized
Louis R. Burgus Hospitalized
A report on Sgt. Louis R. Burgus during World War II, who had been hospitalized dut to an allergic reaction to wool. 
 
208
Lt. Colonel W. H. Gurnee, Jr., Here For Family Reunion at Parents' Home
Lt. Colonel W. H. Gurnee, Jr., Here For Family Reunion at Parents' Home
An account of a family reunion centered around William Harold Gurnee Jr.'s 30 day leave from his post in Germany. 
 
209
Lucky Teen Falls Clear
Lucky Teen Falls Clear
A report of a pickup truck accident involving Ralph Henry Blanchard of Wever, Iowa. 
 
210
Man Is Held For Making Indecent Remarks To Boys
Man Is Held For Making Indecent Remarks To Boys
A report on the apprehension of Jerry L. Sullivan by John Frederick Brumm after Mr. Sullivan was alleged to have made indecent comments to several boys. 
 
211
Many Attend Review Board; Howard Breen Given Ranking of Life Scout At Meeting Here Last Night
Many Attend Review Board; Howard Breen Given Ranking of Life Scout At Meeting Here Last Night
An article reporting that Howard John Breen had attained a lifetime scouting award in the Boys Scouts. 
 
212
Marine PFC Arnold Brunk Wounded In Korea Fighting
A report of an arm injury sustained by Arnold Deaneen "Arnie" Brunk during The Korean War.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
213
Marion News
A short report that the families of Samuel Clinton Walker and William David Walker were attending a family reunion in Ottumwa, Iowa; Also that Jerry Dean Walker was leaving town to attend Southern Methodist University.

The reunion in Ottumwa, Iowa, puzzled me until I spoke to Marge Kimble regarding it. She replied that there were frequent reunions held in Ottumwa because the extended families of the Frizzells (mostly around Osceola and Woodbine, Iowa) and of Sam and Reil Walker (around Morning Sun and Wapello, Iowa) determined it was about a half-way point between the two regions of Iowa, saving traveling time that would be required if they were held in either of the actual locations. She also reckons that this reunion in 1955 was likely about the last one the two sets of family held in Ottumwa.

I imagine a number of photographs of family reunions that are posted here probably were taken in Ottumwa.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
214
Mark Van Auken Graduates From Aircraft School
A report that Mark Leroy Van Auken had completed training in jet aircraft mechanics at Amarillo Air Force Base and was being transferred to Bergstrom Air Force Base.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
215
Mary Greeley Hospital: Admitted
A list of names of those admitted to Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames, Iowa, Monday, July 26, 1971. This admission resulted in gall bladder surgery.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
216
Mary Greeley Hospital: Dismissals
A list of names of those dismissed from Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames, Iowa, Thursday, August 5, 1971.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
217
Masquerade Party Given By Miss Gerbeling
Masquerade Party Given By Miss Gerbeling
A report that Catherine Elizabeth Gerbleing had thrown a Halloween party. Frank Richard Wells, her future husband, had attended it. 
 
218
May 7 Crash Yields Million-dollar Suit
An article reporting on an accident in which Almina Marie (Dyer) Crandall was injured. Her son, Wayne J. Crandall sued his daughter, Debra Jean (Crandall) Kenoworth and the driver of the second vehicle involved, David Wayne Wagner, for $1 million.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
219
Mediapolis is Declam Winner
Mediapolis is Declam Winner
"Dale McConnell and Wendell Walker Win First in Wapello Contest," an article reporting on a declamatory contest in southeast Iowa that took place at the end of February 1929. Those mentioned as winners included Ora Marie "LeOra" Broeker, Velma Baxter, and Wendell Walker. 
 
220
Mediapolis, Iowa, Kindergarten Round Up
A newspaper photo with a caption regarding "Kindergarten Round Up," for children who would be in kindergarten the following year. Rick T. Lundeen was in the photograph

(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
221
Men and Women in Service - Has Distinguished Flying Cross
Men and Women in Service - Has Distinguished Flying Cross
Caption of a photograph relating to awards during World War II of Robert W. Greene and his brother, Thomas J. Greene. 
 
222
Men Leave For Physical Examinations
Men Leave For Physical Examinations
A report of Henry County, Iowa, men who were ordered to report for Selective Service pre-induction physical examinations. Myron Thornburg was listed. 
 
223
Methodist Aid of Morning Sun Has Easter Bake Sale
Methodist Aid of Morning Sun Has Easter Bake Sale
News of Morning Sun, Iowa, with mention that Abigail "Blanche" (Larkin) Marshall was visiting her sister, Nora Olive (Larkin) Cunningham, in Morning Sun after attending the funeral of their uncle, George Washington Earl Moyers. 
 
224
Military News
A list of notices of local men in the military with mention that Joseph Dean Moyers of Burlington, Iowa, was with the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, California.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
225
Military News
Military News
A report that Michael Scott Wells was promoted in the Marine Corps to Lance Corporal. 
 
226
Military News
News of the U.S. military, including a report that Michael Scott Wells, now a Staff Sergeant, and his family were living in Helena, Montana, where he was recruiting for the Marine Corps.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
227
Military News
News of local Burlington, Iowa, people who were serving in the U.S. Military, including a report that Private Jon M. Zurmuehlen had completed training at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
228
Military News
Military News
A repport that Tobias Callaway, in the U.S. military, had recently returned from Iraq.
 
 
229
Minutes Of The Council
A report on proceedings of the Burlington, Iowa, city council, including mention that Frank William Titus was added to the probationary rolls of the city fire department (as a new hire).
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
230
More News About Christmas Gatherings
An article reporting on a visit by Verl V. and Viola Belle (Walker) Van Houten to Iowa during the Christmas season in 1961, and their family Christmas dinner with the Dave Van Houten family.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
231
Morning Sun Man Hurt When Car Overturns, Peter Hunt Is Seriously and Probably Fatally Injured
Morning Sun Man Hurt When Car Overturns, Peter Hunt Is Seriously and Probably Fatally Injured
An article reporting that Paul Moyers Walker and Peter Hunt had been involved in an automobile accident while traveling from West Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa, to Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa. 
 
232
Morning Sun News Briefs: Is Promoted
News from Morning Sun, Iowa, including a report that Opal Baird (Marshall/Nichols), the mother of Elwood Baird "Oddie" Marshall, attended his graduation from Burlington Junior College. Also in the report was notification that Samuel "Sam" Nichols, a son from her marriage to Grant Stafford Nichols, was promoted to Airman Second Class in the United States Air Force.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
233
Morning Sun soldier finally returning home seventy-four years after he disappeared
Morning Sun soldier finally returning home seventy-four years after he disappeared
An article published in the Morning Sun News-Herald reporting that the remains of John Henry Walker, who died in 1944 during World War II, had been identified and were returning to Morning Sun, Iowa 74 years after his disappearance. 
 
234
Morning Sun to Graduate Class of 19 Students
Morning Sun to Graduate Class of 19 Students
The news from Morning Sun, Iowa, with mention of the graduating high school in 1924; also a news item regarding the family of John Burton Duryea of San Francisco, who were visiting Morning Sun (he was married to the former Claudia Rachel Bowlby). They were honored at the home of Wilbur Orlando and Mary (Howes) Duryea by their family and all the Iowa children of Anne Idella (Duryea) Wyerman.

Graduates in the 1924 Morning Sun High School class included Frances Willard Moyers, Delbert Green, S. Howard Willson, and Maurice M. Willson. 
 
235
Morning Sun Women Attend Wapello Meeting Wednesday (Nichols Family Dinner)
Notice of a dinner at the home of Grant Stafford and Opal Pauline (Baird/Marshall) Nichols honoring the Albert Nichols family of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
236
Morning Sun's Own, A Return Visit with Ruth Broeker
Morning Sun's Own, A Return Visit with Ruth Broeker
A biographical sketch of Ruth Aralene (Wheeler) Broeker, involving her talents with crafts despite having arthritis. 
 
237
Moyers Default
Moyers Default
A legal notice that Edward Doyle Sr. and Mary Jane (Specketer) Moyers had lost a court case and a Midwest Federal Savings and Loan Association was awarded their home as default. 
 
238
Moyers Speaks to Farmers Union
Moyers Speaks to Farmers Union
An article regarding a talk given by David "Earl" Moyers to the Henry County, Iowa, Farmers' Union 
 
239
Mrs. Lett Heads Glendale Unit
Mrs. Lett Heads Glendale Unit
A report Margaret Mary (Greene) Lett was named President of the Glandale Parent Teachers Association. 
 
240
Mrs. Louis Moyer Guest Singer For Fete
Mrs. Louis Moyer Guest Singer For Fete
In October 1941, The San Antonio Light newspaper announced that Lillian L. Moyer was scheduled to premiere a new musical work at the the Delphian society La Villita dance during the Conservation society river fete event put on by the Delphian Society. 
 
241
Mrs. Louis Moyer Honors Graduate
Mrs. Louis Moyer Honors Graduate
Mrs. Louis Moyer was Lillian L. Moyer. Her maiden surname is presently unknown. She honored University of Texas graduate, Miss Gladys Kischell in September 9, 1928, on her recent graduation. Lillian was the wife of Louis F. Moyer of San Antonio, Texas, a grandson of George Harvey Bradley/Moyer, the son of Zachary Taylor Bradley and Mary Ann Lakin, who was raised by his granduncle and wife, Benjamin Franklin "Ben" Moyer and Barbara (Deam) Moyer. 
 
242
Muffler Manager Named
A report Gerald Dean "Jerry" Dixon was appointed manager of a local muffler shop.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
243
Muscatine Bowler Has Fresh Start
An article regarding a bowling tournament in Burlington, Iowa, with a roster officers elected for the 1995/96 year. William E. "Bill" Zurmuehlen was an assistant secretary of the Burlington Men's Bowling Association.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
244
Myrtle Dotson's Surgery
Myrtle Dotson's Surgery
The news from New London included a report that Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson was recovering from surgery at Mercy Hospital in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
245
Mystery of Missing Morning Sun GI in World War II Unravels
Mystery of Missing Morning Sun GI in World War II Unravels
An article by Les Peck regarding John Henry Walker who was Missing in Action during World War II. (Provided courtesy of Marge Kimble) 
 
246
Names Winners in Poster [Con]Test - Will Be Honored by Legion Auxiliary
A report that Lynn R. Jones had won an award for a poster he designed.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
247
NCA recognizes contributions
A report on the achievements of Dr. Michael L. Klopfenstein in his position and from his years of service to the Laramie County, Wyoming, School District, published in the "Informer," Laramie County School District 1 Employeee Newsletter.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
248
Neighboring Towns; Mediapolis
Neighboring Towns; Mediapolis
A report that out-of-town family members, William A. and Frank H. Lett, and Julius Elbridge "Abe" Abrahamson, had been in Mediapolis, Iowa, for the funeral of Charles H. Lett. 
 
249
Neighboring Towns; Mediapolis
Neighboring Towns; Mediapolis
A report on both Julius Elbridge "Abe" Abrahamson and Albert Rutherford McKeown and their activities. 
 
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Neighbors Harvest Lee Walker Hay
Neighbors Harvest Lee Walker Hay
An article reporting that Charles Leander "Lee" Walker's neighbors had harvested 20 acres of his farm's hay while he was in the hospital. 
 

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