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51
Bits About Town
A society report column, mentioning that brothers John William and Robert Lawrence "Bob" Zurmuehlen had attended a sixth birthday party for Lynn Kaye Schwartz.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
52
Bits About Town; Farewell Picnic
A report that Virginia Mae (Dotson) Lox was leaving her position at Mercy Hospital in Burlington, Iowa. [She returned and worked there until about 1964.]
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
53
Bloomer Athletic Awards Are Given
A report on Bloomer Junior High School's athletic awards in three sports given in June 1955. Richard Jones was given an award for basketball.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
54
Bloomer Junior High School Basketball, 1954
Lynn was featured as a member of the Bloomer Junior High School basketball team in a photograph published in local paper.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
55
Bloomer Sports Awards Listed
A list of freshman football letters at Bloomer Junior High School, including Lynn Jones.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
56
Board of Supervisors. (Des Moines County, Iowa); Tuesday, January 17, 1882.
Board of Supervisors. (Des Moines County, Iowa); Tuesday, January 17, 1882.
The minutes of the Des Moines County, Iowa, Board of Supervisors' meeting, which included approving William Brumm (1850-1919) as constable of Benton Township, Des Moines County. 
 
57
Board Proceedings. Auditor's Office Pocahontas, Iowa
Board Proceedings. Auditor's Office Pocahontas, Iowa
A notice of transfer of a school fund loan in Pocahontas County, Iowa, from the widow, Sarah Stacy (Lovering/Russell) Bentz to B. L. Allen. The transfer was approved by the Pocahontas County, Iowa, board of supervisors. The Bentz family soon removed to Louisa County, Iowa. 
 
58
Boy Saved His Own Life By Jumping Into Water Barrel On Trestle
Boy Saved His Own Life By Jumping Into Water Barrel On Trestle
A report that Kenneth W. Tyhurst and a friend were trapped by a train after a nutting trip. 
 
59
BPW Fashion Show
A photograph of two models, including Kathryn Rae "Kathy" Aller, in a newspaper report of clothing to be shown at the Burlington (Iowa) Professional Women's style show in October 1968.
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60
Brumm Is Held to Grand Jury; Faces Year in Jail and Fine If Convicted On Larceny Count
Brumm Is Held to Grand Jury; Faces Year in Jail and Fine If Convicted On Larceny Count
A follow-up article regarding oil allegedly stolen by John Fred Brumm. 
 
61
Brunk Reunion
A notice for a family reunion to be held July 2, 1995, in Kahoka, Missouri, for all Brunk family members. It included mention of three wedding anniversaries.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
62
Bull Attacks Horses on the Earl Moyers Farm
Bull Attacks Horses on the Earl Moyers Farm
A report on an attack by an escaped bull on a team of two horses owned by David "Earl" Moyers while his father, Pearl Alfred "P. A." Moyers, was tending to the farm. 
 
63
Burglars Loot San Antonio Home of $300 in Jewels and Goods
Burglars Loot San Antonio Home of $300 in Jewels and Goods
The home of Louis F. Moyer was robbed in May 1927. A report in the San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Texas) mentioned the robbery in a list of city thefts that had recently occurred. Louis, whose family was affiliated with Buster Brown Shoe Company was married to a woman named Lillian in about 1925, and she was active in San Antonio social circles. 
 
64
Burton Isham Brumm Sues the L. J. Smith Electric Company
Burton Isham Brumm Sues the L. J. Smith Electric Company
Burton sued a former employer for injuries sustained on the job. 
 
65
Business Briefcase
Notice of a volunteer service award presented to Delpha Mae (Young/Kirkpatrick) Blint.
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66
Business Briefcase
News of local businesses, featuring a notice of a new position for William D. "Bill" Maupin in The Hawk Eye newspaper circulation department, Burlington, Iowa.
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67
Canaan Sunday School Elects New Officers
Canaan Sunday School Elects New Officers
A listing of officers at the Canaan Church near Mount Union, Iowa, mentioning Cecil, Ralph, and Gene Venghaus. 
 
68
Caricature of Charles G. Bosch
Caricature of Charles G. Bosch
The Charles G. Bosch Company, located in Burlington, Iowa, was the family business for Leslie Thomas "Les" Brumm. He worked for them as a bookkeeper as early as 1905, and was named the "proprietor of a plumbing business" on the 1910 federal census, indicating he had probably purchased the business before that date. The name of the business didn't change as nearly as can be told. Les died in 1941, and all of his family soon dispersed to Oregon and California soon thereafter.

This cartoon was published in 1913. Possibly it is a caricature of Les. 
 
69
Changes in Highway Department
Changes in Highway Department
A report on changes within the Missouri Highway Department, including the fact that George Edgar Wolf Sr. was being transferred from Jefferson City, Missouri, to Springfield, Missouri. 
 
70
Character Comedy Set at Mediapolis
A story about the all-school play at Mediapolis High School, performed in May 1988. Barbara Louise Miller had a leading role for one of the performances.
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71
Charles and Aleta Walker Moved
Charles and Aleta Walker Moved
Mention made in the newspaper that Charles Leander "Lee" and Aleta Marie (Hewitt) Walker had vacated their home on the Earl Miller Farm near Olds, Iowa. 
 
72
Charles Lett's Horse Stolen
Charles Lett's Horse Stolen
An article regarding the theft of a bay mare (horse) from the barn of Charles H. Lett. 
 
73
Chicago honors
A report that Mary Kathryn "Molly" (McCosh) Clause was the recipient of an award based upon her efforts to prevent child abuse in Iowa.
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74
Children's Home Holds Annual Fruit Reception
Children's Home Holds Annual Fruit Reception
A photo of the Children's Home, Doris Daisy (Frizzell) Cartwright, and three boys with assorted fruits. 
 
75
Christmas Comes Early to the Cedar Rapids Children's Home
Christmas Comes Early to the Cedar Rapids Children's Home
A story regarding Doris Daisy (Frizzell) Cartwright's job as Resident Director of the Children's Home of Cedar Rapids. The article was especially geared to the Christmas season when it was published. 
 
76
Christmas in October
Christmas in October
A photograph with caption published in the newspaper regarding the women of the Moose Lodge in Burlington, Iowa. They were collecting toys for Christmas in Burlington. 
 
77
Christmas Is Happiest Season For Veteran of Postal Service
Christmas Is Happiest Season For Veteran of Postal Service
An article regarding Frank Abrahamson's 35 years of service at the Amarillo, Texas, U.S. Post Office. 
 
78
Christmas Program Saturday
A report on the Latty Church (Des Moines County, Iowa) 1967 Christmas Program. Thirteen people involved with the show are members of this database.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
79
Church At Elliott Chooses Officers
A report on officers elected in July 1956 for the church for the upcoming year. Officers included Max Lee and Margaret Jean (Welsch) Miller, and Betty Marie (Braden) Welsch.
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80
Clara Camp 9789, Royal Neighbors Of America; Resolutions of Respect
Clara Camp 9789, Royal Neighbors Of America; Resolutions of Respect
A post-mortem honor for Mae Alice (Scott) Jarvis by one of her social clubs after her death in 1962. 
 
81
Classfied Ad: 'Wanted a Used Stoker'
Classfied Ad: "Wanted a Used Stoker"
Placed by William Lett "Bill" Brumm in The Mount Pleasant News. 
 
82
Clayton and Bertha Brumm Attend Wedding of Dale Hubert Brumm and Norma Byers
Mediapolis news, including a mention that Oliver "Clayton" and Bertha (Lett) Brumm had traveled to Indiana to attend the wedding of their son, Dale Hubert Brumm.
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83
Closes Funeral Home
Closes Funeral Home
A report that Velma Laura (Kirkpatrick) Bugg was opening a nursing home in New London, Iowa, where the funeral home formerly was located. 
 
84
College Founder Honored
College Founder Honored
A report that George Leland Seaton won the Alliance for Aging's 1995 Illinois Treasures Award. 
 
85
College of DuPage to Honor 1st Trustee Chairman
College of DuPage to Honor 1st Trustee Chairman
An article reporting that George Leland Seaton was to be honored on the occasion of the dedication of the College of DuPage's Instructional Computer Center, which was named after George. 
 
86
Comings and Goings
Comings and Goings
An article on the Society page of the morning paper, including reports of people traveling to and from Burlington, Iowa, mentioning a trip to Tennessee made by John William and Julia (Nantz) Zurmuehlen and their son, Robert. Also on the trip were their nieces Edith and Henrietta Klemm, and nephew Albert Wells. 
 
87
Committee Named to Receive 'Herman Fund' Contributions
Committee Named to Receive "Herman Fund" Contributions
An article regarding the attempt to raise money for the famiy of Harold Herman after his accidental death while in service to the Burlington Fire Department. 
 
88
Committees, Officers Are Selected Here By Group of Unemployed
Committees, Officers Are Selected Here By Group of Unemployed
A report on a meeting of the unemployed who were part of the Unemployed League of America. Clark Gulick was assigned to the committee for the distribution of food. 
 
89
Completes Basic
Completes Basic
A notice that Marine Pfc. James Loren Burgus completed basic training at San Diego, California. 
 
90
Confesses Driving Gravel Death Truck
Confesses Driving Gravel Death Truck
A report that 22 year old J.F. (a.k.a. J.T.) Jansen of West Liberty (a.k.a. West Point) confessed he was the driver of the gravel truck that killed William Frederick Broeker. 
 
91
Congorilla Beats Hanson
Congorilla Beats Hanson
An article regarding a professional wrestling match in Burlington, Iowa. When one of the pros didn't show, Clark Gulick took a challenge to wrestle in his place. He lost, but won the hearts of the crowd. 
 
92
Cooperative Dinner at Lowell Hall
An article reporting on a dinner held in Lowell, Iowa, by Sarah "Alpha" (Watton) Thornburg, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leo Freitag and daughters Sherill and Realanne: Leo H. and Florence E. (Thornburg) Freitag.
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93
Cora 'Belle' (Hannah) Walker and Hattie 'Leota' Walker Minding the General Store
Cora "Belle" (Hannah) Walker and Hattie "Leota" Walker Minding the General Store
The Morning Sun news with mention that Belle Walker and Leota Walker, sisters-in-law at the time, were watching the Morning Sun General Store while normal store managers John Warren and Viola S. (Courter) Hannah were at the State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa. 
 
94
Correspondence; Oakville
Correspondence; Oakville
News of Oakville, Iowa, with a mention that Margaret A. "Maggie" (Anderson) Lett and her son, John B. Lett, had spent the 1902 summer (and early autumn) in Oakville, Iowa, and were returning to Missouri. 
 
95
Court Of Honor Is Held Here
A report on awards given to Henry County, Iowa, Boy Scouts in August 1955.
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96
Craig Penzler Oversees Space Use at Soldier Field; Architect a World Cup Player
An article reporting on Craig A. Penzler's position as site coordinator for the 1994 World Cup site in Chicago, Illinois.
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97
Cyclist Visits Mother, Brother
Cyclist Visits Mother, Brother
A report that Dudley "Wayne" Tyhurst was visiting his mother Rosamund "Rose" (Walker) Tyhurst and his brother Kenneth W. Tyhurst in Council Bluffs, Iowa, while en route to the National Motorcycle Hill Climb in Laconia, New Hampshire. 
 
98
Dale Hubert Brumm, Recipient of Sylvania Electric Company Cash Award
A newspaper photograph with a report on employees at Sylvania Electric Company in Burlington, Iowa, who had won cash awards for suggestions made by them and implemented by the company. Dale Brumm won an award of $10.00.
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99
Daniel Lee "Dan" Tansey Injured in Vietnam
A report that Dan Tansey had been injured in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
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100
Davidson (sic) - Dotson Families Reunion Held at Wapello
Davidson (sic) - Dotson Families Reunion Held at Wapello
An article reporting on the seventh family reunion of the Davison-Dotson Families. The reunion was held August 22, 1925, in Wapello, Iowa. 
 

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