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'Laura' Cast A Bit Stiff in Opening Performance - Tempo Slow
"Laura" Cast A Bit Stiff in Opening Performance - Tempo Slow
By C. W. MvManamy, a critic's review of the play "Laura" presented by Chanticleer in Council Bluffs Iowa. Kenneth Amgwert Lett Jr. played the role of Danny Dorgan. 
 
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'Laura' Cast To Rehearse At T.J.
"Laura" Cast To Rehearse At T.J.
A report on the progress of the play "Laura," in which Kenneth Amgwert Lett Jr. had a leading role. Practices were moved to Thomas Jefferson High School in Council Bluffs. 
 
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'Reporters Are Wed,' a Wedding Announcement at which Lorma Leota (Brumm) Allen was an Attendant
"Reporters Are Wed," a Wedding Announcement at which Lorma Leota (Brumm) Allen was an Attendant
The marriage announcement of Willa Romkey and Tom Kuncl, both of Davenport, Iowa, in Burlington, Iowa. Lorma Leota (Allen) Brumm was an attendant. 
 
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18 Southwest Iowans At Lake Okoboji
A notice that Douglass Robert Lett had joined the Navy, and was at Lake Okoboji in Iowa before going to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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1947 and 1952 Class Reunions of Wapello High School Held
A report on two class reunions in the summer of 1962 at Wapello, Iowa.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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29 New Teachers Are Named Here
A report on the salaries of twenty-nine new teachers in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in 1956.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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33 High School Pupils will Graduate at Mediapolis
33 High School Pupils will Graduate at Mediapolis
A list of graduates at Mediapolis High School (Mediapolis, Iowa) in the class of 1924.
 
 
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35th Mardi Gras Ball Holds Interest
35th Mardi Gras Ball Holds Interest
A newspaper photograph of the male escorts to the 35th Mardi Gras in Council Bluffs in 1956. Kenneth Amgwert Lett Jr. was in the escorts' number. 
 
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75 at IAAP get awards
A report of those who earned special awards and length-of-service acknowledgement at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant in March 1976.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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96 Present at Dotson Picnic
96 Present at Dotson Picnic
An article reporting on the family picnic of the Dotson family held in September 1931 in Locust Grove Park, Morning Sun, Iowa. 
 
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A Christmas Gift Exchange and Meal
This article from December 1953 reports on a family meal and gift exchange at the home of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" and Jennie "Reil" (Hannah) Walker, which was on Sunday, December 20, 1953. The following extended family were at this meal:

William David "Bill" and Margaret Leora (Lesher) Walker and sons, Steven William and Gary Lynn Walker; Samuel Clinton "Sam" and Elizabeth Etta "Betty" (Hatt) Walker, probably with Jerry Dean Walker (misidentified as a "nephew."); Mazie Ella (Walker) Belles, Carol Sue and Mark David Belles; Vera Marie "Jakie" (Walker) and John W. "J.W." Virden; Thomas Clifford "Cliff" and Wilda "Marguerite" (Wyerman) Walker, also likely and inferred were Doris Idella Walker, Wilda Maxine (Walker) Thomas and Teresa Lynn "Terry" Thomas; Theodore Roosevelt "Ted" and Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson and their granddaughter, Sylvia Elaine Dotson; William Lett and Hattie "Leota" (Walker/Krekel) Brumm and Dennis William Brumm (now I know where I was); George Percy and Verona Violet (Dotson) Walker; Arnold Deaneen "Arnie" and Jean Louise (Walker) Brunk, and Jeffrey Arnold and Connie Jean Brunk; Virginia Mae (Walker) Lox and Scott Alan Lox; John Franklin and Flossie Zella (Walker) Russell; Thomas "Tom" Walker; Norton Lawrence "Larry" and Shirley Lea (Broeker) Smith; Wallace Ernest "Wally" and Ruth Aralene (Wheeler) Broeker; Trevor Motzart Sr. and Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) Kimble, and Gerald Wayne (Sr.), Trevor Motzart Jr. and Becky Ruth Kimble.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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A Fire at the Home of Robert Henry Klemm Zurmuehlen
A Fire at the Home of Robert Henry Klemm Zurmuehlen
A report that there had been a fire at the home of Robert Henry Klemm Zurmuehlen on South Main Street in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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A Letter Home from Stanley Wilbur Moyers
A Letter Home from Stanley Wilbur Moyers
Stanley Moyers was in the service during World War I when he wrote his father, Jacob Nelson Moyers, regarding the situation in New Jersey. Jacob was living in Spokane, Washington, at the time (at 8118 Ivory Street). 
 
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A List of Letters Remaining at the Post Office
A List of Letters Remaining at the Post Office
Those listed as having letters waiting for them at the post office included Jacob Moyers and Miss Annie Walker. (The latter may or may not have been Anne Clarinda Walker, as her family was moving from Indiana to Iowa right about this time.) 
 
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A Notice Kenneth Krekel Had Been Hospitalized
A Notice Kenneth Krekel Had Been Hospitalized
A report Kenneth Joseph Krekel was admitted as a patient to Mercy Hospital in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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A Report Stephen Franklin "Steve" Lakin Was Stationed at the U.S. Naval Receiving Station
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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A Walker Family Dinner in Morning Sun
A report of an extended dinner at the home of Samuel Nathaniel Walker's residence in Morning Sun, Iowa. It is particularly interesting for me because it indicates my mother and father, Hattie "Leota" (Walker) Krekel and William Lett "Bill" Brumm, were dating by this time.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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A. L. Names Cast For Senior Play
A. L. Names Cast For Senior Play
A report on the senior class play at Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in 1954. Kenneth Amgwert Lett Jr. was the lead in the play, "Death Takes a Holiday." 
 
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About Baby Brother
About Baby Brother
In a letter to a local columnist, Edith Klemm Louise Klemm describes her baby brother, Robert Henry Klemm (later Robert Zurmuehlen). 
 
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Adjustment Board Faces 15 Items
Adjustment Board Faces 15 Items
A report on zoning and building requests in Colorado Springs, Colorado, which included a request by Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Walker to erect a patio-roof over his patio at his home at 2829 West Platte Avenue in Colorado Springs. 
 
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Al and Clyde Erickson: A collection of electric car articles
Al and Clyde Erickson: A collection of electric car articles
Several articles in pdf format as one file regarding the work of Alfred Clayton "Al" Erickson and his brother, Clyde Warren Erickson, on the invention of a more efficient electric automobile to replace the internal combustion engine cars. The articles are: (1) "The Mediapolis motor: Is it really a 'breakthrough'?" published in the Gazette Weekly, page 5, December 5, 1979. (2) "'It's so simple,' Revolutionary engine might prove energy solution," by Jenny Wilson, published in The Hawk Eye, page 6, December 17, 1979. (3) "Brothers seek financial spark for electric car; Murphy's Law: Southeast Iowa inventors can't get backing for further research on a car ahead of its time," by Roger Munns, published in The Hawk Eye, page 6A, November 15, 1994. The Gazette Weekly was published in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; the Hawk Eyes in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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All New and Larger
An article regarding the 1981 Burlington, Iowa, telephone directory, mentioning that Robert Lawrence "Bob" Zurmuehlen's name was, as was previously the case, the last alphabetically in the entire book.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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American Forestry Association
American Forestry Association
A report on a meeting of the American Forestry Association that was to take place in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, on August 19 and 20, 1898. George Hamilton Van Houten was among the contributors to the meeting. 
 
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Amway Presents Awards
Amway Presents Awards
A report that Lloyd Arthur Moyers presented awards to several southeast Iowans from Amway, indicating that he was a distributor of their products. 
 
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Anniversary Luncheon For Newcomers Club
Anniversary Luncheon For Newcomers Club
An article about the celebration of the first anniversary of the Newcomers' Club. Bernice L. (Burnham) Wolf was a member. 
 
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Announce Play, Cast
A report on the 1947 senior class play at Morning Sun (Iowa) High School.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Apprentices Will Get Certificates Tonight
Apprentices Will Get Certificates Tonight
A notice that Verl Van Houten would receive a certificate of apprenticeship of completion awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor for the career of electrical contractor. 
 
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Arbuckle [News]
Notice of a trip taken by Mrs. George Pratt and her daughter to her paternal Millard home in St. Helena, Napa County, California.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Architects Name Associate
An article reporting that Martin C. Salino-Hugg had joined an architectural firm in Burlington, Iowa, and that his wife, Teresa, was working at the offices of Martin's father, James R. Hugg.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Area advisers attend publications workshop
A report on the first of two high school journalism workshops held at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, during the summer of 1970, led by James Arthur Crook.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Area Business, Industrial News
Area Business, Industrial News
A notice William Lett "Bill" Brumm had purchased a house on South Pine Street in New London, Iowa, from Anna Reese, who purchased a house on South Elm Street. 
 
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Area Notebook
A report that Tricia L. Zurmuehlen was or was to become a team member as an outfielder on the William Penn College softball team in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Arrested for 1 Murder, Henry Spencer Confesses 14 Murders Stain Hands, His Latest Victim Was Mrs. Mildred Allison Rexroat, the Tango Dancing Teacher of Chicago, Whom He Murdered and Robbed Several Days Ago, Nearly All of the Victims of the Multi-Murderer Were Women and Girls, In Every Case Spencer Says That Robbery Was Motive of the Crime -- He told His Gruesome Story to the Police With Calmness -- Spencer's Confession Clears Up Several Murders That Have Puzzled Police -- Spencer Seems to Be Normal
Arrested for 1 Murder, Henry Spencer Confesses 14 Murders Stain Hands, His Latest Victim Was Mrs. Mildred Allison Rexroat, the Tango Dancing Teacher of Chicago, Whom He Murdered and Robbed Several Days Ago, Nearly All of the Victims of the Multi-Murderer Were Women and Girls, In Every Case Spencer Says That Robbery Was Motive of the Crime -- He told His Gruesome Story to the Police With Calmness -- Spencer's Confession Clears Up Several Murders That Have Puzzled Police -- Spencer Seems to Be Normal
An article with the continuing saga and national hysteria surrounding Mildred (Semrow/Allison) Rexroat's murder. 
 
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Arrival in Germany
Arrival in Germany
An article mentioning Sgt. Dennis S. Thomas, and his career in the armed forces. 
 
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Arthritis fails to block many talents of farm wife
Arthritis fails to block many talents of farm wife
An article describing the crafts that Ruth Aralene (Wheeler) Broeker managed to work on despite having debilitating arthritis. 
 
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Arthur Springer is Appointed to Place on Council: Bertha L. Walker Judged Insane
Arthur Springer is Appointed to Place on Council: Bertha L. Walker Judged Insane
A notice that Bertha L. Walker had been judged insane. 
 
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Assault Charge Filed in Orchard Shooting
Assault Charge Filed in Orchard Shooting
An article regarding the shooting of Jimmy Eck in his foot by Nellie (Miller/Weatherly) Abrahamson, when the young man was trespassing on her property. 
 
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Attend State Fair
A notice that Catherine Elizabeth (Gerbeling) Wells and sons Don and Richard, and her daughter and her husband, Lois Rosina (Wells) and Don Siegworth, attended the 1952 Iowa State Fair.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Auction
Auction
A notification of an estate auction for the late Robert Henry Klemm Zurmuehlen. His wife, Merle (Rhoer) Zurmuehlen was the executor of the estate. The ad includes a listing of items at the sale. 
 
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Awards at Baby Show
Awards at Baby Show
Reporting on Nebraska's most perfect babies as determined at the Nebraska State Fair of 1924, Elizabeth Mae "Betty" Westberg came in second in the girls' category for children between 18 and 27 months of age who were from cities. 
 
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Back Home
A newspaper photograph and caption regarding the Burlington, Iowa, bicyclists who had participated in RAGBRAI-XI and had returned home, including references to Paul T. Zurmuehlen, who had made the ride on a one-speed bicycle that year.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Battle Creek (Local Town News)
Battle Creek (Local Town News)
A local news article reporting that Homer Preston Van Houten had suffered a stroke and was hospitalized. Due to the weekly nature of the newspaper, it was published three days after his death. 
 
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Beauchamp Relatives Attend Reunion
An article reporting that Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman and sons hosted a family reunion for the descendants of Ura U. Beauchamp.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Begin Phase II Of Student Swap
An article reporting on the domestic student exchange program instituted between New London High School, New London, Iowa, and Fox High School, Arnold Missouri, in spring 1969.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Beik Earns Eagle Award
An article reporting on John Christopher Beik's scouting achievements.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Beik Reunion Held in West Liberty
A list of those who attended the 1973 Beik Family Reunion in West Liberty, Iowa.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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BHS' Tricia Zurmuehlen Goes to Floor to Get Loose Ball
A photograph published in the sports pages of the newspaper of Tricia L. Zurmuehlen, who was participating in girls' basketball in Burlington, Iowa, at Burlington High School.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Bilingual Counselor
Bilingual Counselor
An article regarding the hiring of Jesus Jose Blanco by the Southeast Iowa Council on Alcohol and Drug Problems, to work as a bilingual counselor with its staff and with Spanish-speaking people in Des Moines, Henry, Lee and Louisa counties in Iowa. 
 
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Bits About Town
Bits About Town
A note from a social gossip column, listing Hazel Marie Klemm as a member of Pottawatomie club of the YWCA in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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Bits About Town
Bits About Town
News snippets and gossip of Burlington, Iowa, including a notice Edith Louise (Klemm) Rasche was a member of the United Commercial Travelers Grand Auxiliary and attended the group's convention. 
 

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