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EDWARD C. O'BRIEN VICTIM OF GUN SHOT WHILE HUNTING RABBITS l|lcn be beiu ,,. ioiKi- commiUees. ,, nl in j H pays to ativcrti.t, I ············»· -J "il! " l l h l n o lhou "' U Lh ' U tht ' diffoicnct^ H a v - ' v o u tried the new W i n t e r 1 " LEGISLATIVE LETTER " j ["^ 0 King gas ut L. J. Tulf.s station. | B rOSSIP "I " 1 -Ut- are quoting some special pnrcs ,· STATE t-\l 11UL l.us- ^^ M| ,, lon M o r o Fol . ] L , l l o f ·· on tai and radio batteries this week !%····'·············!; A d m i n i s l i n t i o n l e n d . H A: M. - Mrs. Hans Anderson who has been and fi it-nds at i················ "Here's your hat, sorry you have to go so soon," or words to that effect. o f f i c a l s have mdi-1 Read the advertisements. iTheodore Pearsoli F n e insurance at little cost. Phone I AnSWCFS Last Call. 121. Jesse O. Kober. Make those hens lay with Moore's Egg Mash. Moore's Feed Store. Accidentiy Shot by (Jun in Hands of his Cousin, Earl | i'|. llin r,el Christian. Was on Top of Brush Heap to Dislodge Rub- I ' ^ n m - bit for Christian tO Shoot. Shot Lodged in Head Of \ .J^ ^^^^^^"^t ^dersl^r 1 ^ t h e i - I ^ U h o n s ' ' ,s ,,,ov,ded f,,, m a i n , , I catcd a desiie or need for at least I two million dollais m o l e foi it-lief u f i » »i . ,,,,, · ,f m i m e - r - i HIP unemployed. Doubtless I h c i e arc w«e spoken into the e =-, o,f nmm o{1 KMHIK I t f, om Ihe g o v e i n - ous lenders of House and Senate liiri Thursday by Governor lieu ing. The Theodore Pearsoll, who has made this city his home since he was a . . . . k l l i a t l l V l l l » *iui«t aiu.- ..»- i. "J .. For Sale: Good Chester ^ hitc L hi [ d pQSSed awa y Friday nt the boar. Clyde Anton, phone No. 35-31. , homfi hc a n j h|s b l o t h c r _ Jo i, n Pcar . C. A. Brust wa.s at Collins Tuesday so ]| n u j maintained here foi many and Wednesday looking after his I VOJr _ s . The deceased had been in f a n n i n g inteiesls in that locality. 'poor health for many months, sulTor- Mr. and Mis. M. L. Tel ry nnd son, I ing from diabetes nnd during Ibis uit im ^..I^L.U,, iu O I I U U L . oiiui I,UUJ;L-U in neaci 01 ! 11;i , )1( | s s , , t l l t OH- l a t t e r ])art of lasl j, ino O'Brien. Taken to Hospital Where Death Occurred ill'"" 1 - l e ' 1 '- \-I'"K' MI and Mrs. p.J iSC!lS|1 sion should tome .UK! o l l i e i friends l e f t Monday w i l l ii-sume foi his Six O'clock Wednesday Evening. Was Fine Young Man | " (i .^ n 1 I n i n and Enjoyed Respect of All. : \ m c s whm- l i t u d u - in tin- Iowa Stale College. He ~~~^"~ i l a s In on al homo the pust vear. he friends of the P. \V. O'Brien I leganied const lousness. and :il six M r :ltu i ji,... Hav Slahnke are :'-r we re shocked and saddened i o'clotk last night passed awiy. jesday at noon w h e n it was ed that then oldest son, Ed, had been Lhe victim of an ae- t which caused his death at six 1 last evening. young man had left t h a t g on a rabbit hunting trip his cousin, Eail Christian, and were later joined by Fiancis tian, another cousin. The trio hunting on the place, occupied ' Hunter, near the Mahlon farm, when the sad accident Edward was on top of a i ap endeavoring- to .scare out which he did. One of the The vicitim of this untune! v party called out that the made a dash from the Earl Christian laiscd his uagc shotgun, and as near; dcteimined by careful m- just as he attempted to 'eet slipped in the snow, the gun he was holding w a s fired n it was elevated in such a man- that the load hit young O'Brien hc left side of the head Earl what had happened and exilann- "I have shot Edwaid." Kail's 1 r, who was standing very near ard, was able to icacli him belie fell. ic two boys thought that then in was instantly killed and w o i d at once sent to his paicnLs in i and Mr. O'Brien and a phvsician ediately hunied to the scene. It found that the wounded lad was alive and hc was taken to the i H-r.ter home where his w o u n d cared for temporarily. An ambu- e was summoned and he w us taken ne of the Waterloo hospitals. Heic '"" found that he was beyond aid. The young man ncvci cident was ;i universiil f a v o i i t e among I those vho knew him and hi , death has saddened the l o i n m u n i t j . ^'In- deepest s v m p a t h v goes out to hi- pai eats, Mi. and .Mis. P. W. O'Bnen, and his only brother, W i l l i a m . C h r i s t i a n , in whose h a n d s ih was hold, t h a t caused h i s e u u s i n ' ~ dealh, was in no way to blame foi the -ad happening. He is almost prosliated w i t h grief and has the sympathy of the entire c o m m u n i t y . Edward O'Bnen wa.s born in tins a l w . i j s parents. He was a }oung man of good habits, was j k i - i p i n g house in M i . and Mrs. John " . H e l l s ' ap:n l i n e n t w h i l e M i . a n d M i s . lo a ilo-o "ml only the emcigency business t a i l e d for should bo altended lo. In othei words, il is a dauied -ighl i.isiei foi j that has passed ^.boih houses, i reienl t - x p e i i i i i i v ol Dt's Momo Tin 1 liUs a i i L i k i n g a vacation t u p in l l l l W O s l M i s , L \ a B o v l e s is visiting this unk v \ i t l i hi-. 1 s i s t o i . Miss GtTliude i S i a h n k t , in Iiulependente. M r s . ' ' a l ' j IJov It's is liav mir a two weeks' va- gim I . ,,,.,., ,., h a v i n g IK i silin I city, Nov. 2L», 11)13, and ha lived hcie with In always looking on the bright side ol life, and was a tomfoit to hi^ p a i - enls and other i t l a l i v c s . Ho attended om publn sihools ai.el graduated w i t h the tlass of leaves Lo inouin Ins d e a t h , cnts and one brothel, William, home and othei r e l a t i v e s and a liosi of fi lends. The body was brought f i o m W a - terloo to the O'Biicn home this af- tei noon and w i l l icst tht-ie until time loi the hi 1 -* rites. The funeial sei vice w i l l be held Saturday afternoon at two o'clock in the Evangelical t h u i c h , of which the deceased had been a membei for l i v e yeais, and will be condutled bv the pasloi, R e v . W. V. B i e t h e i . Tht music will be furnished bv v o u n g people who w e i e associated w i t h L d w a i d in the Missionary Circle and ilu The n g u l a i i n e e t i i l g of ihc W. C. T. U, w i l l be held "t the home of I M i s . .\lnia Hacketl, T h u i s d a y a f t e i I i oon, Jan. l l t h . A p i o g i a m will be | g i v e n and a picnii lunch sei ved. ' Mr. and Mis. I v a n Kenned} and l i t t l e son, of Ida G i o v e , it-tinned home Tuesday a f t e i a Now Veai s v i s i t h o l e w i t h M r . Kennedy's p a i - enls, Mi and Mrs. G. J. Kennedy. i: II. Tie-In, of p.u t ol ' h e holulav ft govornoi to i.ill and siai l a s|n\ial 'legislative session in low a l h a t U is lo get rid of il. But the mombeis w i l l go l i g h t or doing ns they please and pa such bills as they w a n t to. unless ih govoiuor tell" them flat t h a t he w i l l nol sign the bills. And if he should do that, p e i h a p s the m e m b e i s w o u l d then say they w i l l not b i l l s he w a n t s . It was l e a l l y s l a i l l i n g to see how 1 '.he mt-mbois waded i n t o tin- l a l i n d a i M C I I I I ' V v v i l h a w a l k - a t h o n . in w h i c h a do/on i uuplcs of j u u i i g people sought to v \ m a S r ,lMI p n / e by dein- o n s l i a t n i / w l m h - i i i s m u l d h a n g o n to nth o l h o i ' s l i n k the Kmgi-si ami slaggi-r : i l ( i u r p f o i some -000 h o u i s of ,,, K ' alleged i i u l u i a i H c . b i o i n ' h l aboul siuh ; (Oiisine l h a t it has t a l l i d fin i i n o l h e i I Lull foi an ail." A bill lo i i - i | l i i l e t e l e p h o n e I'om- 1 p a n i c s to p i u v i d o for n|iial f a i i l i t i i - s .uppi.il t h e ' I " "'I t e l e i . h o M i s v , . c , , , in h a n d l i n g l o u t nl t o w n i . i l l s in a n v t o w n when- tin l e a ' i tv n in nidi i s y s t e m s has Ik ' Ins p a t e n t s , p.u- i Teiti-i. and S w a s t i k a Sabbath school elas The casket a t t e n d a n t s w i l l he m e m b e i s of the class of 193 J, Harold Langford, U o h e i l Langford, Donald I I u i ton, iMartin R c n n c i , Leonaid Bettnei and Halph Haire. I n t e i m e n t w i l l be made in West View t e m e t e i y . Remember Legion Rabbit Feed Thursday, Jan. 11. Ls announced in last week's issue the Progress-Review the a n n u a l bit feed and get-to-gether meet- of the members and friends of U. S. San Diego Post, No. 207, cntan Legion of this city will be 1 nf the Ashley hall Thursday img, Jan. llth. The members of Legion have determined lo make the biggest and most entei tain- feature ever held by the Post, and arrangement committee now has affair well under way. When dute arrives for the "big doings" those who atlcnd can be suic y will be well fed and entci tamed a manner they will long lemcm- Thc members of the Post want w-ith them on this gala occasion. e your reservations with any of Legion members at once. Will Install Officers Tonight. At the regular meeting of Narcissus Lodge, No. l'J2, Knights of Pythias (his evening, the f o l l o w i n g officcn elected at the first meeling in December, will be installed 1 C. C.--Weldon Bctts. V. C.--O. V. Ilcmswoilh. Prelate--Milo Betts. M. of W.--Wcllwood Bells. M. al A.--II. E. WaldrolT. K. of R. S.--G. C. Teeter. M. of P.--D. K. H u s m a n . M. of K.--C. A. Brust. I. G.--F. W. Kline. O. G.--K. L. Eshcr. Tiu-l.ee--W. F. Chiistopher. Corps Installation. Installation of offitcis i t h e ' Ames, who spenl s in the homes of Mi and M i s . T. D. his In other, Glenn C. T i e l i i . and f a m i l y , has relumed to his homt. M i ^ s M i n i a n Tutt, only child of M i . and M i s . L. J. Tutt, entertained a c o m p a n y of hei young f i tends in lit i home last Monda.v e v e n i n g in t i l e b i a l i o n of her sivenleenth bii th- dav a n m v e i -al v The l e g u l a i meeting of llie Tom 1st e l u b was held t h i s a f t e i noon in the homo of Mis. II. G- K s h o i . Uoll tall nsponsc w a s , ' N a t i v e Sons of I o w a Listed in Who's Who". A book l e- w a s given by M i s . Keith K l i n e . Vilda Jean B i i i s l , \oungt-st daugh- l e i of M i . and M i s . C. A. Briisl, c e l e b r a t e d her t e n t h bn ihelav anni- \ e i s . u y last Saturday by enlci taming a lomp.iny of her little friends in hei home. Games p i o v i d e d diversion and l e f i e s h i n e i i l s w e i e s e i v o d . Mr. and M i s . W. K. Bitkel and M i s . Kale Bitkel and foui t h i l d i e n , of V i n t o n , spenl .Sunday hoie in the home of M i . Bickel'^ sislei, Mrs. Coia F. B o w m a n . Marjoue Bickel emamed over Now Yea's and 11-- Uirned to hei home Tuesday evening. M i . and M i s . Civile Jcnks and M i . and M i s . John Duller drove lo A u d u b o n , lasl Sunday, to attend the golden wedding a m m c i s a i y of Mr. and M r s . Sam D u t l e i , uncle and a u n t of Mrs. Jenks and Mr. Duller. The louple kepi open house Monday a f t e i noon and evening. The La P e t i t e Cit.v p a i l y iclurnt-d home M u n d a j evening. Mrs. K f f i e Scorey and son, Jack, w ho w e n t lo Clntago the last of Oclo- bor, aie getting along nitely accoid- mg lo a letter l e t e i v e d at this office from M i s . Scorey. She has steady w o i k in the o f f i t e of an advertising w h e n w h e n ihev l e l u i n e d Horn C h n s t m a s vacation, and passed many acts they w e i e interested in 01 " w h i c h w i - i e "non-contiover Some !."') l u l l s a i e s t i l l m lomiint- lets en on l a l i n d . i i s foi i n n s i e l o i a l i o i i . Most ol l l i i i n w i l l be l o f t o v e i foi l o g u l i i r session and may be t h a t disguist because i''"Y'K'' 1 «!' .i K a...-P.o.uli.l Ih-.r · f a l h e i s s u i v i v o I no nc\l e l e e l i o n . \ n d l l i e (iiislioii s t i l l i email's., "Who --°-- w i l l be the R i p u b ' i i a ' i i mthdate foi C o u n t y Agents Bill I'p Again, ' g o v o i n o i 1 ' " A im-iiboi of l o n f e r Nol so " n o n - l r o v e i s i a l " is the M.^,, ( ,, s i,., u . | l l t . n | l( -|d m d o w n - t o w n Many an innocent l o o k i n g little- b i l l | j gets by undt-i lhat disgi nobody lakes its hat olf. F. ISO. bv Malone and M a n i e c e , w h i c h w o u l d abolish the pn-scnl sv loin »f has been in The bill has , and l,i conns I'ai in Bui can W h e n the b i l l county agents, w h i d i Iowa for many j e n i - . its f i e i n d s in n u m b e i s 011 of a lest of the svstem in this state. 11 on s and ol w e e k . W h i t I v c al' il. l u l l i t l l p l a c e s tin 1 past h.i' not been i e- MS]II · led. Receives Letters That do Around World. The- f o l l i \ m u I , i k o n f urn the 1 Wa Now the b i l l is called out j LH loo Daily C H I I I I M w i l l bo of i n l e r - j l j : ; ost te tin e i L / i PS u l l l i i s e i l v a n d " ' \ H i i n t v o w i n g ' n the h u t t h a t il got mlo the a g r i c u l t u r a l c o m m i L l e e il was t o n s i d e i t d nol among i-noiigli f r i e n d and e.n Lho c a l e n d i u . Then- w i l l be a nice fight on i t -- s h e l a l l a s and a' --o -A t e i n b l e llnng h a p p n u d in ihc Senate one (lav hist w e e k . P o l i t i c was suspected of l . u s i n g ils lio-u htad. A page slipped abitiit lho Sop- nle stats a s k - n g lho i l o i k s and o'lm employt-is w h a l then p o l i t i c a l a f f i l i Tho p i o c o i d i n g w a u n u s u a l to smh ;i homo ·, spent of Mr. W a v e i l y . New Yeais in the lime had been Teiry's parents, at !bi othei. I The deceased caied for by his boi n in Bu- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Uoudebush and chniman couiily, near Independonco. son Robert, of Ames, w e i e New ' Sept. 28, 1875. When yet a small Vein's guesLs in the home of Di. and I l°y »-' ·'«'"«·· to Lu 1olU ' C l l " l l h Mi gue G. 11. Nies. his parents, Ihe late M i . and M i s . ,,, ,, .. . .. . . , ,,, . . i Henrv Peaisoll. Since the death ol" The Holiday lights and Christmas, · , RM . L , a IUI|nb|!I . of , n l s tiees, which have adorned Main I ' stitol for the past two weeks, were liiken d o w n Tuesday. ago the brothers have lived by themselves. During the Spanish Amei i- can war the deceased served in the Mr. and M r s . R. R. La Tour and | jj n l U ,j states M n i i i i e Corps. f a m i l y w e i e ovoi New Yeai visitors j p um . l:l | sei vices wcie held from in the home of Mr. La IT, near New Hampton. if.u^i.sicins p um . l: ,| seivicos wcie held Irom Tour's broth- t | le ^ vnlll r(.|, ca i church Sunday a f l e i noon al two o'clock, conducted by the Mis Be Kline, who has been pastoi , Rev. W. F. flic-flier, and w c i e confined to hei bod for Ihe pasl ten a t t e n d e d by m a n v of llio e w h o had days by illness, is somewhat mi- | k n o w n Ihe deceased for ma:i\ v i . n s pioved Her friends hope she may | The pallbearois w e i e im-mhi-is ol oon be rcstoiod to her n o i m a l the U n i t e d Spanish-American \\ ar Veleians association of W a t e i l o o and City. A l i n n g squad 01 Win Id Wai v e t e r a n ^ the s e r v i c e . B u n a 1 was made in the f a m i l y lot in West Porte health. Hans Andeison had the misfortune lo f a l l on Ihe buck stops of his homc hosioi of Ihe Wednesdav e v e n i n g and f i a c t u r e his also alluidod l i g h t a i m . This incident w i l l m- foi sevt-ial ations might be mv slei ious and degree that some S i f a l o i s w i s l u i ! to know w h a t it meant F.vervbody, i n c l u d i n g t h e L i e u t e n a n t g o v u n o i denied k n o w l e d g e of the u i s i d i o u - thillg. So, a t o m m i U o o was a p p o i n t ed to investigate, and it was r u m o i c d , the e x p l a n a t i o n is t h a t the D e m o c i a l - ic stale oiganr/ation w a n t e d the i i i - i Coi mation to i i p l y to c n l i t s w h o ' w c i e asserting t h a t DL mot nils in ihc Icgislatuie w e i e o n i p l u j m g too many Republicans. -- o -Back to the Big StulT W i t h all l i q u o i l e g i s l a t i o n nnd la* levisioii m a t i n s relegated foi the pin pose of g i v i n g i i g h t - o f - w a y lo pel bills t h a t m t m b e i s v, anted oul hi 1 1 a l n i l this week w i l l be duct-led to Ihc w o i k of passing the luiuor conliol l u l l m t'" 1 Hoiisi- :ind the lax i t - v i s i o n l u l l in the S-nal« The House w e n t i n t o " c o m m i t t e e of the w h o l e " again Fnday aflei noon l o i i d i n s I . ( ' . l a v l o i , w h o l i n m i i l v v as SI,|H i m t ( nilonl of on l u l l v ho now l i i ' l i U a smnl.i a l R a d i l i l U . ' l l o u long dues il l a k e foi :i lol- U i to go a i o i m d l l i e w i n l i i 1 ' L. C. I ' a v l o i upoi i n n n d o i i t of s c h o o l s at 1',uli l i l l i la was on mils lo k n o w mil. b e i n g i s l a i p p a n d ( d v i i e o l l o e l e u , In 1 vv.is d c n i l i l v i n l i - i i s l i d . l.^sl M a v In- v^ is in C l n e ' i g o at- t e i i d n i g t h e f a n , .,'id s i - u U d l l i i o i ' l i - l l o i s , i i d d i e - s s e d l o I n m s e i r , o n t h e i r ( i l ( H i t o f ( h o glolie, in o o n i i n e n i o i a- lion o f l l i i f a n . Tin l i l l e i s b o i o Ihe ( O l I l l l l I ' l l K I I .HIM 1 i i s s s t a m p s a n d the da.\ t h a t I In issued, Ma\ -") On (ho out nli wci t- lypovs i i l l ( n t h e m u l e l h a t I I I ( c u l l i \ of 1'ior- v 01 o d i s p a l c hod on i s t a m p s wi-i e f u s t of i n I' I l l s l l U l t H l o l l . el'u lope i n s a^ to c a p i t a t e Mr. A n d u i s o n w e e k s to come. Mr. and Mis. Fiillon Bieckei and f a m i l y , of Clinton, w h o had been speiidirg Lhe h c l i d a v s in lho home o f ! Mr. Broohors parent-., Rev. nnd Mrs. '"· the piano. W T B i c e k o r , lefl for Lheii home Tuesday m o i n i n g . L.i Vonne Palmer, dsiughler of M i . and M i s . W. L. Palmer celcbialcd hei b n l h d a y annivorsary Sunday bv i i l o r l i u n i n g a few of her friends at l i n n o i . The party was held in Olei house in t o w n and w a n enjoyed by View cemetoiy. Music al the c l u n c h w a s by a '.jiiaitetlc made up oC Mrs. Louis Ilennmgsen, Miss Tina Bnll- hciin, and Mt-ssis. F. W. Kobt-i and L. A. Rillor, w i t h Miss D o i o t h y Fell all p i c s e n t . i n s t r u c t o i s in oui public who have been spending Hiti i o l i d n v s :il t h c i i homes 01 w i t h ids relumed to the city Tuesday Women's Relief Corps vull be made 'concern and w i t h one of the large League Annual Meeting. annual meeting of the Evan- League of Christian "Endeavor 1 '. January 1st., in the Charles home. In the business ses- ic following officers were Miss Korenc Stahnke. es., Miss Dorothy Fell. Miss Vivian Coburn. Wig Addic Ballheim. hour followed and re_,^ -ervcd. me League enjoyed a prosperous ar in 1933, nnd the members made a New Years resolution to work r a bigger and better organisation 1934. next Saturday at the l e g u l a i m c c l - J ing. Members of the Yinton corps will come here to perform the ceremonies. A pot luck luncheon w i l l be sei ved at 12:30 and those who attend a i e d a i ' i e s , and Jack is school and is one of the schoolboy patrol. They will remain in the city u n t i l the close of the school v e a t , at least, and may slay longer. The John Gonnerman home was 4 L . l u , U V t l l J - J LIIIS~IV i i i i i r u i . i . i ~ i i i 4 u i i - . 1 1 \r requested to take sandwithts, cov- H»«-' -«i" "f a jolly galhermg Mon- cred dish and table scrv.te. «'·* * v *" tn K , wh( -'" !1 K' O U P of nci B h- The Annual Meeting. annual meeting of the "Man's Castle." Out of the squalor and tawdryness a shantytown, director Frank Borge has woven a love .story that is inly the greatest achievement ir. that embraces many, many iumphs. The picture, "Man's - , already hailed as the "Scv- Heaven" of talking pictures, will the Pastime Jan. 10, U and 12. man's Castle" is the story of a who couldn't hear train whistles ' wanting to hop a fncght-- a girl who loved him so she told him he was free to ncer Tracy as the boy and Young 1 as the girl have never ·=·1 Last in roles so perfectly suited their individual Ulcnts. Porte B u i l d i n g and Loan Association w i l l be held in the office of the sit- rctary on Friday evening, Janu.ii 12th., promptly at 7:1)0. Repoi is of the year, election of offiters and such other business as may legally come before the meeting w i l l occupy the time. Shareholders, w h e t h e r in- veslois or borrowers, aie urged l» bors and other f r i e n d s w e n t thre u n a n n o u n c e d to tender a f a r e w e l l surprise to Miss I/oiena Gonner- l e a v i n g for to explain p r o v i s i o n s of the l i q u o r bill lhat WHS i t p o i l e d out bv tin- House li(|uoi- c o n t i o l commilteo. U contains the p r o v i s i o n s of t h e l i q u o i bill t h a t was reported out by the- corlains the provisions foi stiito liquor stores and c o n t i o l of all l i q u o r sales. Private inleresls arc s;ud to be working hard to u p s e t t h i s idea -of couise, not for any profit' Local option w i l l bo the great fight in the liquor cleban . Theio is a fine question t h e i e as to which is - l i i n i l l l o v % . a n d t o i n l i n e l h . i l l h o l o l t e i s ' w o u l d not go a s l i a v , ' l a v l n i w i d l c t h e p o s l i n n s l o i at c :ie h | j o m l The- h l l e i s in l i v e d al ( U N O , I ' l O p l .Line ^, S v d - noy. A u s l i . i l i i, - l u l \ 10: J u n o i i u , A l a s k a , Aug. l ' » m i d W O K d i l i v i i e d lo S u p o l i i i l i I'di-nl '1 i v loi at IJad- ( l i i r o A u g . -s, a l t i 1 ! l u i i t c m l i i i r . ^ i t '.ft d a v s . Supei i n l o n i l e n l T.-.vlen p i i / i 1 - a c o v t i c a n led \: lho G i a f X o p p o l m in ils ( l i g h t last O i l o h e r fi om Fnod- ( ( ntur.v of Pi og- li lie 1 fi din Now her Lo lern Union College rnan, pnor to Le M a i s , Iowa, a I lend afler Wcf- i K h s h a f o n In tl i less l i t xi nl l l i i Y o l k O c t . '1 and it w a s di--p.iic hod to G c i m a n v o n t i n G i a l b v w a \ o f B i a / . i l , aKo l o l u i m n g o n Ihc- G i n f . T h e ( o v e r lias fnn .")()-(cut s t a m p s , issued by t i n 1 I ' m l o d S l a t e s govorn- m e n t lo l o m m e i n o n i t e llio ( l i g h t . The ( o v u n h o h.is a s p e c i a l c a t l i e l , showing t h a i it w.f- cm i ltd by the G i a f . " besl, local oplion bv e o v l i e s or cilies and towns, or, a w i d e open polity o f | TM '"·'· ]ici milling I K t b e k a h ix.di'i Officers Installed. Joml I n s t a l l a t i o n in Lotos Ix dgo (). (). I'., and T h i s t l e and Tuesday evening nnd Wednesday w e i e found n t their accustomed places in t h e school loom The d a m e given by the A m e i i c a n Legion ("amp al the Ashley hall lasl r'uusclay e v e n i n g was not as well al tended as tould be wi.shed for, the .mail a t t e n d a n c e being alliibutt-d to t h e o x l i e m t - l y cold w e u l h e i . All who w e i e prosonl had a fine time. The B. G. B. club mot al the home of M i s . Ray Slahnke Friday evening loi a p o l - l u c k suppei in honor of Mrs. (it-o. Gill vi ho leaves soon lo join her h u s b a n d in Dubuque. Bridge prizes wen- won by Mrs. liny Slnhnko, Miss Kslollo McDowell and Mis. K a r l lingonslos. The homo of M i . and Mm. Dodd Gco. B. Miller New Board Chairman. Sinalley, near Ml. A u h u i n , wa.s made 1 lho inoelnig place for a company of l o l a t i v o s Sunday us a |)re-Ncw Years c e l o b i a l i o n . Dinner WHS seivccl at noon and llie u f l e r d i n n e r houis w o i o plonsaiilly passed in visiling and other diversions. The reguhu mceling of the Literal y Ciicb- will be held tomorrow afternoon in Hit- home of M i s . R. T. Paige. The lesson lopic w i l l be "Iowa" and the Hi.slory of Lhe slate w i l l be presented by Mrs. A. E. K e b t - r ; "Places of Interest, by Mr.s. M. L. Haven. Response lo roll call will be Slnlc Parks. The Ixilus club met Tuesday afternoon in the homc of Mrs. Anna Bttrn- hai t. In the business meeling the f o l l o w i n g officers were chosen: Pros., M i s . John M i l l e i ; Vice pros.. Mr.s. b o n TM- At a meeting of the county boaid of Supervisors, hold Tuesday. Goo. H. Miller, a membei of the bouid, w a u n a n i m o u s l y elected c h a i r m a n of that body. Hc succeeds C. V. K l i n e of this city, supervisor for Big Cic' 1 !- Ccdar and Spring Cicek townshi who has been chairman of the hoi for the past year. Mi. K l i n e (K.m his term as chairman of the boan won the respect of the board mem bei s by his fair and impartial man- noi of conducting the meetings of thiil body and his retirement as c h a i i m a n is legrctlcd by all mem- beis of the board. The new chairman, Mr. Millei commands the respect of all w h know h i m . He is well versed in th affairs of the county nnd us diau man of the board the n.'Tuiis of th county will be c a r e f u l l y adiiiini tered. The puisonnel of the !)"· will be the same for the year 103 it W«M last year. Appointments of all count} em- ployes and officers .subject lo boaid regulation were approved in a singli i f solution, There wore no salary 01 wage cuts. Two salaries weie raised --Keith Hoppes, superintendent ol Isolation hospital from $80 to £ !!! :i month; Olio II. Knberle, deputy slier iir, f i o m $100 to $110 a month. A p p o i n t m e n t s for I'.MJ t h a t w continued through 1934 by the bin el icsolution, passed u n a n i m o u include: O. C. Thompson, cou engineer; Dcwey S. Bulteield, -i*ant county engineer; Dora M office seci clary for the cnginei and Mrs. G. W. Mori is a ^ and matron of the county f a i m insane hospital. All elective c o u n t y o f f i c c i s made the same appointments of deputies and clerks as for 19,'W and these w e i e approved w i t h o u t question by the be present. M. F. LIZEH, secretary. Evangelical Missionary. The Missionary Society of the Evangelical church met yesterday afternoon in the church home w i t h Mrs. W. F. Brecher and Mrs. K. L. Pfalzgraf as hostesses, Mrs. J. 0. Kober, vice president, presided and Miss Anna Ballheim ltd the devotional service. The offiters were all re-olt;ttcd and are as lollows: Prcs., Mrs. 3. G. Frank. V. Pres., Mrs. i. O. Kober. Rec. Sec., Mrs Jesse Bond. Cor. Sec., Miss Anna Ballheim. Treas., Mrs. P. W. O'Brien. The meeting closed with a social half-hour and refreshments were served by the hostesses. .penl a Lwo weeks vacation with her p.uents. The evening was spent in v i s i t i n g and games, and at a late hour r e f r e s h m e n t s consisting of raster slew w i l h all its trimmings, f u i n i s h c d by Ihe guesls, was served Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Ronk opened I t h e i r borne last Saturday evening for "a party of the Good Cheer club. All members of Lhe organization and ( h i ir f a m i l i e s were p i e s e n t lo par- l i t i p a l e in Ihc pleasures of Ihe t v ( n i n g . A pot l u t k supper was s e i . e d al .six-thirty. A grab bag by w h i c h gifls were exchanged add- e d iliver-iion. The l a t t e r part of Iht- Ihe stale commission lieiuor stores and sales in anv lo(al- ily w h e r e it may appear Lhey w a n l Iowa has had expon- ence in every d i r e c t i o n on this liquor question, Tho.se old · n o u g h to ie- membcr all about ii, w i l l have a lime telling the younger m c m h c i s what it was, becau-it- they Ihemsclvos differ in their prejudites. But, there w i l l bo n l i q u o r bill and it will pass both the House and Sena t e w i t h i n t w e n t y (hijs. Tax Revision Still U n c e r t a i n . There art some members who even discuss the p o ^ s i b i l i t v now of no tax bill gelling t h r o u g h tin-, session. Perish the thought. Nearly a hundred House- members have signed an Th( se o f f i - 1 instead of e v e n i n g was spent in p l a y i n g pro-,. c c m t n l t h a t Uiey will not adjourn g M ^ s . v e f i v e hundred. Mr. and Mrs. u n l j , ,, a TC ^, inMy satisfactory" Uix Read the ads in this issue of The Progress-Review, can station for lie per gallon. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley You can get winter oil at L. J. icr gallon. Fleming Honored On Birthday. Thirty-five relatives and friends _,,_ j ·_ ^_ homc of Mrs Eliz . ast Friday evening observing her birth- A two course pot : served at seven lock and the evening was enjoyed playing progressive five hundred, of the local Ford agency. SPAPFRflRCHlVE® ,, _ _ Poi to Sharer have mvilc-d Ihc club to their home for the next party, w h i c h w i l l be in two weeks. The i c g u l a r meeting of the Com- P.IJI ity r l u b WJIH held last Thursday l a f t i i n o f . n in the home of Mrs. James F a w b u s h . Thtre wa.s a very good attendance- of members and the visitors wi"-o Mrs. A l v i n Miller and Mr.s. Walter Erandl. In the business vossion the club voted to send 925.00 to the Christian Orphans Homc in Council Bluffs, to which they have were Des Moines visitors recently. While there they took delivery of a 1934 V-8 Fordor Sedan, purchased revision bill is passed. So, we are all set for the race. Pay or no pay, I Ihosc members w i l l insist on accomplishing Ihc one big thing they were brought here for. And it is common talk among them that no such bill will he reasonable that does not relieve real estate of a big share of ils present lax burden. How to do this is different. The Senate still has the big Lax bill, S. F. No. 1, before it and will get to work on it again immediately after the p l a c e Ldinoriovv e v e n i n g , cers w i l l s o i v e 1 O I K v o a six m o u l d s .is f o r m o i l v Tho'-e who v, i l l t a k e lln; o b l i g u t i o n s in the Hcbekah ludgi- :no a 1 - f o l l o w s P. N. G . Mrs. Ada N a i b o r . N. (J , M i s . Kva P.ovlts. V. G , Mrs F. ('. Grave nhorsl. Roe- i«c., Miss S t e l l a H a i k c t t . Fin. sec., Mrs. J o h n D u l l e i . Trcsis., M r ^ . l l i r n . v I ' o o k m e i e r R. S. N. G , M i - . J d l i n Ii. B u s e i . L S. N. (I., M i ~ . R. W. W i l k i n s o n R. S. V G., M i s . L. D ('hosier. L. S. V. (. , Mr . J o h n lii n i h a i t . W a i d e r , M i x s U n t i l S a w y e i . Cond,, Miss M r i x i m ['nil-/. Chap., Mrs. B o u l a h ( ' M i n n n o r . I. G., M i s . H n i i y Theele. O. G., M r s . P. W. O'linon. Jlus., Mis C o i r i n o Full/.. Inst , M i s . I. B. \Valdon. Ii Lotos Lodge, the e l e c t i v e o f f i c e s will lie taken by the f o l l o w m g : N. G., Niles Swartz. V. G., John Angel. Rec. Sec., ('. V. B a i n l i a r l . Fi. S(c.. P. W. O'Brien. Tuns., C. A, Full/,. TiusU'"-, K. L. Ri«glo. I l e m y Uookmeier; Sec'y, M i s . On a Brust; Treas., Mr.s. F. C, Gravon- horsl. The remainder of the time was spent in visiting and lunch was ei ved by the hostess. Club adjourned to meet January IClh. in Ihc home of Mis. Bookmeier. Exl'a help w i l l continue to l e c c i v o S2.75 a day despite a feeble piott-st that in many instances they m u s t work beside CWA workers geltini; S18 a week for onlv llnee days. The county engincei was i n s t r u c t ed to prepare a budget lo govein Iho boaid in it.s lond work d i n i n g I'l'll. Wins in State Show. 'Lloyd Shedlcr, w i n n e r of the- KMI Corn King Plaque for the past t years in thu C o m m u n i t y Fair com lition, won first place on a '" sample of corn exhibilcd al Ihe ... I-II Corn Show held at Ames 1 27-29. The corn exhibited by Llo was of the K r u g variety. The.- New year wa.s ushered into La Poi Lc Cily in an u n u s u a l l y ciuict . manner. There was no ringing o f j J u n i O r Lorn King bolls or blowing of whislles and Ihc day was pusscd in various ways by our residents. Family dinners and galhciings of friends was the general order of the clay. The midnight show at Ihe Pastime theatre was the mecca for many, both old and young, and the picture shown was enjoyed by all. Some of the younger set cn- joji'd themselves at parties and dunces in the neighboring towns but all were back and ready to proceed in Lheir usual manner nnd at various p u r s u i l s Tuesday morning. The Highland club met at the home of Mis. GCO. Rothmcicr Wednesday aftei noon. There were six members and the following visitors in attcr.dance: Mcsdamcs Clifford Palmer, Clyde Anlon, Roy Brown, L. Waupon, Lewis Kahler, Walter Senft, Gco. Fell, Harry Eookmcier, Mark Ballheim, and the Misses Dorothy Fell, Irene Kahler and Lila Harrold. Plans were made for a club banquet, date of which will be announced later. Telephone Meeting. The annual meeting of the Far crs Mutual Telephone Co. of Porte City, Iowa, will be he'd in t municipal building at 1:30 p. January iGth., 1934, for the clccti of officers and such other bu.sini as may come before the meeting. By order of the president, CHAS. RUPPRICH frequently made donations of bed-1 New Year holiday. In committee) ding, moncv, etc. A social hour was | of the whole the upper house has P":cs. cniovccl and lunch v.as served by the I indicated acceptance of a modified E, N a i b c r , who has been confined enjoyed hostess. The meeting on January llth. will be in the home of Mrs. Herman Fleck and will be an all day meeting with luncheon served by Ihe hostess. income tax feature, cither a retail sales tax or a gross sales tax, and a corporation or franchise tax. Perhaps all three will remain in the bill ·when they pass the buck to the House Make those hens lay w i t h Moore':; Kgg Mash. Moore's Feed Store. Use La I'orlc butter. All sur- j The committee to have charge of ar- i D u m l i n g towns do. Phone 85 for J rangcments was announced as follows: Mcsdames Ralph Fosa, Herbert Anton, Arthur Kober and Ralph Bellinger. The banquet will be held in the home of Mrs. Ralph Foas. The next regular meeting of the club will to his home since Christmas Day and narrowly escaped an attack of pneumonia, is making a satisfactory recovery and is able to be around the I be held in the home of Mrs. Clarence house. Wilaon, Feb. 7th. Revival Meetings. Rev. H, Robb French and wife California will be at "' ' Methodist church eight -:l La Porte City beginning _ a three weeks meeting, strong evangelist and a worl cr. His brother held last wi meetings. His wife, an excepti singer, will lead in song. All welcome. C. H. BARNETT. Pastor. .TSPA.PERI

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