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VOL. LXIV--NO. 3 LA PORTE CITY. BLACK HAWK COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON J A N U A R Y IS, 1931 $1.50 PER YEAR ANNUAL SESSIONS WELL Evening School Team League I E C S Z S B S a B B a Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. and Building Loan Association Hold Their Meetings. La basket hall team defi-.Ued lhe I-'iist Brellnen h.isket ball lejm. le.uk-is of lhe W.iteiloo Chimh. basket h:.ll leag le by a score of .','2 lo 22 \ \ I U ' K - - , dav ivi-mng The game was fast a'i.1! of tl haul foui'lu T h r o u g h o u t w i t h il'. l l ' o l |t , u ihi.- bit- ty w h e n h a i d lii|Uor betoMies av.ulable, but some of these 3-mile an-hour mis mav take in llvt'ir lei-lb and demon- Thl . ( | ^^ by Coll l o B D B B B B B D . I · ,, LEGISLATIVE LETTER ~ STATT. Cmi'OL COSSH' m a s e a a c . m m a · ······! j r ^ L . r ^ ? ^ nl \ ,f they do, these P»-1 Knduy Jan. l!""ih. I i(]iio. Conuui liill Half \ \ a _ v . l t l o | , l l u n ma'- have lo be Bainey Old- to hnvi . i'ltl, p.iss_ Kl . bv the House of Rei'-!. ic ],|\ .,n.l ollu-i- s p l l ,lvvav champions. ,,, nro - l a t i v i s on \\ ediK-sdav, the 10th , j __,, 1 iv.et-h-iM.i' lei! stale luiuoi c o n - j p 1 0 nioteis of hemp llilsmg in Iowa opeiauon for ll"-. j ,i u . dm. fco .m ·'i-.mi-i'.' accordinc lo School Notes. students f i o m T t . u h e i s held in tin- Ilii," l u l | . , . , . 1 4 1 1 V 111-"- J · · ! · - · · · ^ - I ' - - · · · · - r~ 1 scin,. f a i i l v il.se u n t i l lhe hc-i 1,11:1'-1 iss,,,., ,.. :[ h ; t e.. kss lhaii half wa\ , ,-epn.sentanv is of a Des Mome l ;iei w h e n 11. Langfoid. Tav.o: ;.ni! .. .1 pli U n M . i v h i a lol less t h a n i r ,, ,., , h I1]:1 , be expected I . L~M., r . . i ... . n I i i f - . i . . . . . . i. ,, . . . . . . . . . ,, I ' . , I The animal inct-tinK of Lhe Foite Building and Loan Association « a * held la^t Friday evening in llu office of the sucrctaiv. The nii'L-t- inK ^^ called to order by ihc- pi-trident, \V. M. Bluu^h, and Lhe minute of ictfulai and adjoin ned muet- ni £ h w e i e read and u p p i o % c d . The annual finunual report of thu Association was read, by the sttrclaiy, and a partial icport on the year'-* caning* was made by the auditors. The diroctoib, who*e terms expired \m« Roy E. Ashley, I'\ K. Lehman and Di. R. T. Pai^c and Lhe\ v.ctf oltcU'd to succeud thtni'-flves foi a Urni of throe ycart,. M. I 1 '. Lixei u a^ i e-elcctcrt KCCI etary and Dr. I'aitfe, treasurer. A meeting 1 of Ihti Board of Duec- tors followed the adjoin n m e n t of the shaieholdei.s but \\:ifa adjourned, .subject to cjll. The Good Cheer club mtL at Lhe liomn of Mr. and Mrs. Poi Let- Shamir south of town Satui d.iy e% onmtf. The meeting was attended by Lhe j member; and their families and n ' i»ood time uas enjojed b\ all. A potluck dinner was. sei\cd at 6:80 and the balance of the evening \\sis spent nt cards. The annual meeting of the Fai m- er=. Mutual Telephone Exchange \\a^ held Tuesday afteinoon in the room formei ly used as im intei ui ban station and was attended by a fair rcpie^entation of shareholder ^ Other^, who could not bo present, .sent theii proxies m ordei to have then holdings rcpiesentt'd. The meeting was called lo order b Ihc picsidcnt, Charles U u p p i i c h , and the minutes of the last annual meeting were lead by the ^ceretaiy, C. B. Gin^iicli. The annual finarcial ie- port of the company wab read by | Flu I n£u turned in A --i on rip l u l l . i to U.ul lj\ ill points :i^ the .'. u ended. 'IV- - t u i i n « r II. f ui \\A\I\ 1') puinl--; U. I a r i K f m d , 1m- \ \ a i , ' , ii point'., '1 :i\ h u . point , !· ln.-kiri'fL'i, uriU'i 1 , 1 ( H u n t J l Li-n^Tm d " . *-hai p ^ l i o u i i n ^ · . the f e a t u i e of Lhe tfrinu 1 i n Quibell and IIa\en \\eii.' o i l u i nLi U^C'd I I I till.' K I l l l l l . Mi -l Kuncrul for Estimable Lady Held This A f t e r n o o n . j ^ ^ l i H i a u r I 1 uiL-ral SchlotfoH, ^. Lon county, in tin.- M ^.L-i \ ILL- foi .Mi ·-. I.u i f Ct-ilai to\\n-»lup. Bui was ht'lil tin-- af{i-inoo,i K, ihuu-li in Ml. Au). u n h u ^ u n u i u l n i f i o n to and \ \ . i , a t t e n d e d by of u l . i l i \ t s and f l i c re to pjy a l a ^ i l u b u U i i i m i : i table v.inan. I n t e l nu m | 1: ^a--' jnaik 1 in llu l a n i i J y lut Ml. Auljiun e'cmutei . M i - . S c l i l o t f L l l \ \ j s l . i k i n t i p W a t t i l u u n o ^ j i i t a l iiie In si nf ],i and on Tuesday s n l t n u i u d In ] up - pc-i ation. lli'i L o m h t i o n \\ i*. i ! - c n t u a l and shouvd no i m p r m , nu deatli [ o n n n y Monday n i o i n n u r . ^ u a i y l o r h . She hud u n d L M ^ o t u i pre\ Mini nipjoi npciation-- though sho n c \ e i nial h e a l t h , ,-ihe had t ' o n t i n u e d after hei home. Foi Llu ^he had e;i u d u n l l \ lo^l si Se\cn childien \\eie hoi p to ? I i and Mr.^. SchlotfeH, fivt of \\IHMII ^ u i \ i \ e \\\\\\ lliciv father. '1 lu^e I m n r ai e ^Irs. Cai 1 .Jiin t -en, if \ .111 J i m in Hurry, M i s . C'he^teM John-~i Ralpli, all of ML. Aubin n; Luolla, u h o tcaclirs in lii.mili.n On ^on. Harley, died in i n f . m t v .ind n i daughter, Kdna, died in Mis. Audrey Hulse and .showed the I ] ie .|(j amount spent in iietessa:j i t - b u i l d i n g week w h i c h and icpaninp lines, .ind also Lhe improvement made by remodeling the office room at a cost of $12i.-1S. The directors whose terms e\p'i eil ftprc Charles Ruppnch, C II i J i n ^ - nch, F C, Giavenhoi.st an-1 M. L. Haven. The president a p p o i n t e d ."Mr-. Rftse Haj zlctt and Mi ^. Mnvy I 1 'Lizer as tellers. The infounal h n l l o l t ''hrjuiid a lar^e vnte foi Chni les IUip- prieh, Licor/jc Moran, R i e h a i d II.u t- Li/,"r a« toiler^. The inToimr.l b d l L i the 1 mfoi mal balloL \\is m ulu foi - nial and these men flei e (kclaruil elected. The boai d will meet nexi «eek for or^aniration, n h e n lhe pi evident nnii secretary uill be chosen f i o m lhe Meetings HcUl. A number of mcetmus h a v e hum \ i c m i t \ d u r i n g t h e hy f;n- mers and those mtei e^tc'il in Hie ii"\\ Co i ii-IIojs pi o])ositinii The- JTJ in PS were held in 01 der t h a i ill' \\ 01 kind? of tlio new project iniirhl bi disc ll,s^od and 11101 e t h o r o u g h l y n i i - tlcistood, by IhnsL- who v-i-^li lo -\^\\ tontiacts as asked by the- :' tion. Meeting \ \ c i c held a Friday c\e-nintf at the A. A. Hi son f a i n i , Mondu\ at Lhe deo f a i m ; Tuesda\ a t L h e I l e i b e i L f.u in anil Wedni'^day :iL t h e InJii.so just east of l u \ \ n on the iad. terj At the clo^c of the niLetine; UIL president announced that a S'2 dividend would be paid on each share of ^cock and the checks aic now ready. Apples end cigats MC-IC served as a treat to the shiueholders present. Mrs. W. H. Runyan Dead. funeral service for Mrs. W. H Runyan was held last Monday a f t e i noon in Fairvievv chuich, south uf town, and was conducted by Rev. S. S. Smick, pastor. Interment was made m the Hampton cemetery near Dysart, where hei husband's, re- mamK rest. Mrs. Runyan, who had made her home with her dauphtei, Mi.s. George Krusc, south of town, had .suffered lor years from rheumatism and complications and death ramc last Saturday as a release from hei cvtiemc ·"UfFennif. The maiden name of tlic deceased Mary Ellen MenRcl, and the wa Hiarried Vinton to William H. Hunyan at in 1880. They established their home on a farm in Bruce town ship, where they lived the greatui Part of their married life. For a few The |jcsl ^ ri(|c of Champlin years they lived in La Pcrtc City, re-1 20c t at L . j. T utL's station. turning later to their farm. After ' .' .. . ftnfino ,i i *L . ... _ ,. , .. i . 11_ .Mrs .innnio llomni? is connneu i tneir health failed they -went to tht 1 Good Cheer Guild. ^IK. H. D. Bi'al opened hi-r vt^Loid.iy aftoinoon for the .Tjinuai v iiii'i'tini; of lhe M. 7C. ( l u n c h (.ow 1 3heti G u i l d Tlic atsimniK \io^v · s v v e i e Mnie--. Olt'n II.IVL-II, C. A. Bruit, C. A. Fosse, C. A. Full/., K.ij Bryan, Wm WiNon, C. K. 1 M l / . U . C. S|)ock, A i t h u r \Vil.«,on. I ' l i i n k Kreb.s anil J. K. I I u p p c - l . Thc-ie vva 1 , a very f;ood .nttentlance and lilt- son- ability of tho occasion v a ^ enjojul by the ladle.:. ' A ic.-uline bv Mis. P. M. K l e w a i d ami one by litllc Cai men Lan^e ;nlik-d plcasuic to tbe moeLmR-. Lunch was served by lh! liostessus. i n t i - i e s t hn\a fanner.s vuth v in pn»je-ls s i m i l a i ac'ki'ls |K-tKll v L ^ ^ I U I l Is v i l ' i m i L h.illui 01 In ulli' U I J U L llie ^oM'inor OM- L \ v u i i l d v v l i L i i .alk'd I H - l l l l l S L S S I O I 1 HI IV ^ dpu of :ulion. .mil u n o f f n L I s bofoi e tht'v I I is ; ; , . I H - l . l l l . V I I H l l l l l L - . l c a l m :ind sLn-iu' p u b l linn- ill I m t l l be d i s r u p t e d . :'lld t h a i 111 v\ i l l su ike i n t'u- Si an: i i s u a l l v son.u , foi I-VL-I v i h u i f i u i i i i i i i s s m i H ' l Senatui 'I In- li'li p o s s l b l l i l l i n .il n i a i b i ll and its fin huililini; up .1 polit- hi.iv be tin' s w i l t h lo I I I V V l . l . T i l l L,.1111.11 111 O l is t l l l l V v l n ' 1 1 C l i e V . . L h i l b i l l .mil stud il l l u u - e v v i t l i anu-i ill m.l IJIaxc r.t Goodwin Store Monday Morning. I opei .ilioii. d u l L u f u n d l lalt Li easurui tin- (IK- q u u k LIIIU-. l l . In in llu- b a ^ n u n t - M K L ' i ' . . T h e UK ll t o n l i o l . and otlu-i 1 i- l smoke vlii- I,.id .is il vvas 270 Men Attend Corn-Ho;; and Eveninir School !',vi n i n ^ ^i I H I I . I yroui nil llu- Dm ( i n k Com lonii.nllel I'omiKisi d c f I l e i l n ' l A i i K i n , .\i-l Koln-i and i: '.'l lioldinc a n u n - l i n n i l i i i n l in tilt Ilicli School i i u d i t mi \ \ i d i n s d a v \s.sistanl C u i i n l v km t v i i l a i n e d th. mi thud in h l h n t ; oul 11 i .U'MU'ii-d i i i i i s t i n n 1 l o n n r piovc-d 11: H a i l s . The l!i|; C i i e k C o m m i t i e i Dial t'li :n tu.il ii-ii up uf the l u n l u * ! ^ w i l l i r o f o i v v a i d a l (in-( i' lilll Ki".\l:Ui fU'r a b o u i livi- k h a l e ovei ta\ re- hd nolhm^ up *.o . d( v.dij)n d lh.il a l l l ' l l b l l of s;, n u t s i l l s d w l w i t h till; ·:,,: b i l o u llu'in. and l l l l t h l - l l l l l l . i s O f U\ i i-vv bill Senate I-'ilc igned l \ Si Tnpp. l l u s t e d , \\en- i melon if ans . U K V ll.ive olhl-i . .1:1 i|. r i einiei I a l m o s t pass the I ' i ' l . And thai n l v v\ n- o u t . w i l l anv p.itio'i^ (if tlu- si_liool intciesU'd in this i v i u - ol fcrt'llsii's v i s i t w i t h u.-- oil t h a i t K - i-asion. The d a l e w j » ih-inKi'd f i o m Weilnesday to l-'iid.iv .hk' t.' t i n in. ^ , jiortanie of lhe S t a l e Noim::l T - a i ' i I | 1 T ing Kxann s t a l l i n g \Vediu-sd.iv- at '. M. as w e l l as our cv-.n l ! i -h Itenil the Procrps-i-Review. lliKh ti'sl j;as, 1T.G at L. J. TiHl's 1'ioin to M i . uml Mis. Lloyd Sliook Tuesday. January Kith , a son. l-'m sale- A few pood bull' l.i'K- SEPTEMBER WEDDING ANNOUNCED 1'hone 1C-11. Stove wood on on at lliis office. I'honc 4f». S.ile or Trade: Oil h u i n e i f«.i stovi- or lanjre Call phone su b. Miss Isadora Smith, Daughter is. of Mr. and Mrs. .Tohn Smith, Married September 2nd. School Kxam. fo U.o H teni Mils v COIR UII|L' ill VMirk of lhe iho half of Llii? "Juiol \e-u vull hi-|,'in Llu f n l i i 'i alloll of '.Uh--Iln^lish. Vl^ehi.i Shop \VoiV.. l l o m e m a k i l i u , K i l l K ' i l Si-iulii- o n l i n i i a l i o n of HHh rujrli'-h. ("i m e t i v , Cli'iu'i.il I l i - t " r v l l i M i u m . - l , iTiir. I t e l a t i d A ' t . \nim.il 1 In-h.indi v . c o n t i n u a t i o n of l l ' h - U n i t e d Sl.il' I l l s l o i v . l i n i l o K V . l i i l d e : c o n l i i l ' i a l i o n of lilll I ' h v - u s . M . t h i u K . F .nm Clops. New snhjii-ts th.it a i e o f f i i eil the sdoiid smu'slei a n : I'.ni-'lish l . i l e i a l l l l e , A l l l l l i n e l l l ' U i i l . l l Si hool , l l l l | ; i l l l l ' l l . . l u i H O l i l l s l l . l s T l . l M l tr, Ciainni'.u . Civ u Tin Hand COM T h n i s d a v i v e n n t i n - i n e m b i ' i s i ^ l to evpi i'l a i n i t h e l i s u l l uf t l u p u i i h . i s i d m adv and I l i f h Sdlool Kli. Al the di mission w i l l b e Si hool 2P · and , This w i l l m a k e Ihosi' who i.\nei' i l I in d I n d u l e I f"i J')th. All Dim..11: to In :u l l l ' l l l l s . l ' | , k i t s , i f ,-IIH-I w i l l b e \ d l l l l - - I'u' ( . i . u ' e l i l i | i l s Ol l l u nisi of .id- A d o l l s a n d M i c h ,11 ( , i i-i-.. p u p d s ir.i i l v\ 01 111 vi b i b - f * i i I 10 l l l l l l l l l o p i l l ·'" " * - ' . II. 51. C.IIIIHM «ns LOU- Announcement of the n m r i i n e c of 'and Mrs. John S m i t h of KiiRlc UIVMI-· ""«' · -"-' »^ ·» """·-- :±, TuC rn,miK^;ri\, l ,° Z ,s ,,bl, u, b,- oui ,, K :.in. t - \ mi V ( ; u l v ^ ,,,, s , )llcn ., SU(: . M i s A. A. Suhlitler and sou Leslie , L .,. ssrul u .. u . llcl . ;,, Uu . school in I'ovv- ,f Monona. la., spent tlio week end in |( , M| \ V j ominif, and the I V i b u n e o t '"' '"'"" ' that city I'fLcntly publishud the fol- t h e K. II. l l a b c i i i h l e r home. Tbe liiui-e lieaveis 1-11 eluli will | u u j n e a v c u u n l of In m e i l I H \ I S a t u i d a y , J a n u a r y 20, al j Superinlcndcnl Itool of the Powell llu home of Mrs. Dan Millei !H .J'OO schools was surpiised to receive lhe i V l o i k . (resipnalion ol one of bis most valued I'm l e n t - llousi- 2 blocks s o u t h , ^rade teachers d i l l i n R the C l l l i s t i n i s ol C a i h i i l i i - i l i u i c h rossfssioii M.inh jlii-lidays, Tbe chaiiniiiK ounn liul ' l N i . w l y deuirjled. J. \V. H a K - | w l i o had di-uded lo write funs lo hei L . n . lt , x ' IteacluiiK career was Miss Isiuloia M i s M C. lambs and f o u i diiiiirli-| S n i l t "' ll|) L " ll '^' SI;C ' OIH| dav of l u s L I I M S n l n . n e i l Momlav loienoi.n f, on. SeiitembeL On thai dale D e l h i , v v h e i e Ihey had spenl lhe | \ v i i - k end vvilh lelalives, \ l o m p l e l e A l e n n t e c h a s s i s l u b l l - | i a l u m w i t h " i j l i a i t s - motor oil Satin- il.iv. M . r » (leiiuiiiL' a k i n i l i n ^ eosfs no moil- t h a n j u s t i;ieusiii|F See us l u s t 11 A: jM. lohli S t i m u l i , M i s . [ k ' n i v S i h m l t t , I l a n k Stimuli and son. M y i u i i . and i:d l l u p p e i , of Monon i, spenl Tues- d iv in live home of llien sisti-i. Mis. i:. I I . l l a l i e i u h l i - i . l i o n - a i d Hopper, of Los Anircles C.il. is here t'oi a v i s i t in the honu »l Ins uncle, I-'rank Hopper, nnd i t l l i i ' i l e l . l l i v i s , This is bis I n s L vis- I t i n t h i s l o m i n u n i l v f o r ahoul I h n l . v i . i v v l a v b i l l c o n t a i n li , n n i tux fealuie, w i t h a H-I- I I is i n t e n d e d lo l i m i l o nit uf taxes a^.iirihl. IMOI- v i t i i s i p t f p u b l i c l e v e n u e from f i u m s.ilt-s of cverv nature si ite. .Manuf.ictoi-u's w i l l conit la\ of o n e - f o u r t h of ont pcr- Atlended Funeral. X. W l l K l l l , Mr. .mil M l - . Mel O h r l M i s . II U. I l i i l b f a s s riPd l l i i b l . a u l d i o v e lo N o i a last · I b l l l s d . i v In .illend llic M - i v n e In Id Im M i s 1). K. s, j o u n m -t · i s l i i of M i s I.. \\ l l l ' l l l . 'I lie ei M I C vias held M. K. i h u i i l i m N'oia .Spunks. Hei-ause t r i p Mrs i oc i n t i l l m ss M i s .il.le to make tin d ed in the hospital TI n . 1 :i la\ ol o n e - l o u r i n ol ont per- j ow ., Cit; rm I.moai i 'Uh . aftei , i , l on cioss salts. c-xiL-pt as to food ^ , ,, ' ' , , 1|R .;. r,,,,',, '.liabeles,' ln-arl n . i . i f i . I M I inc w h i c h shall pay bul l r [ ) j | p ] ( . . l||(| ,,. ,,, r eomplieiitioin. She M n p i i u n t Any trade, piofession- ., . . , , , ,v. Write New Songs. Mack Gordon and Ilni i y I'.ivt-l have written ten new h i t SOHRS Paramount's inir at the "SittmK Pastime Pietly" plny- T h c a t i e Saturday and Sunday with lack O.IKH Jack Haley heading the ongs include and Ginni'i featured cast. T i n "Did You K v e r Sic Dream Walking';", "Many Moons AKO." "You're Such a Comfort to Me," "Good Morninu, Gkny" and "I \Vanna Meander with Miranda." In pi u n i t A n y trade, piofession n in 01 w a n e earner shall pay on h.-i^is of i n c o m e , f i o m one-half one in m i l l mi l i s t S1000. one jieiicnl up lo SJ.duO, and so on to .Sr,000. Ovur Sj.OW) iiaonie earned n i l ] pay ~i'/r. Il i, siiit.-d t h a t this bill w i l l b l i n c | vvas liflv-six veais idd. and hi-i death l e a v i s M i s U'nj'lil I h e o n l v l i v i n g menibir of tin ramilj. Dr. E. G. U-lllcr Dead. some fiflv. ! is expected to re- m l o slate t u l m i l l i o n d o l l a r lievi- p i o p i c i l v taxes from sixly Lo i M n l v pel cent, M l o l m c n l of f u n d s lo counlie-! is the p e - r f e ' l t L i l feature of t h i s h i l l . Sdu, nls :ne provided foi by an allot...... t In i d on the teacher units, w l i i . l i i, icearelcil as the o n l j . i]i .lbl( w a v of doinp this, Xov, liusj On Taxes. tnok up considei alion of ialtcr-i Friday, after plod- a n d k i l l i n g time w i t h t h e the home of their daughter, Mrs. George Krusc, where they were cared for. Mr. Runyan died June 18th., 1033. Survivinff are the daughter, and five sons, Wm. H. Itunynn Jr. and Raymond, of La Porte City; Clair and Roy Runyan, of Waterloo; Floyd Runyan, of Cedar Falls. There are also one brother, George Mongol, La Porte City, and five sisters- Mrs- Jerry Thede and Mi-;, Jncob Klar. of "Mi place; Mrs. George Bunz, of Dysart; Mrs, Adam Kemps, of Saratoga, la.; Mrs. George Kolhn, of Dixon, S. D. Meeting Time Changed. The local Temple order of Pythian Sisters have changed their regular meeting nights from the first and third Fridays of the month to the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Habcrichter uid Miss Clara Haberichter of Monona, la., spent Monday and Tuesday in the C. A. Fultz and R. H. ·Haberichter homes. IEWSPAPER! icr home by illness. Mrs. Saiah [Juds-on is carmE for her. For Sale: Four shoals, weight ISO pounds each, BO pul'eis and one Wyandoltc rooster. T.iylor Bios. Rural Route No. 1. Inquire of Jcspe Koljcr. rccentl appointed representative of Farm Property M u t u a l Insurance Ass'n. of Iowa, for fire and windstorm insurance on farm and town property buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Habenihttr have returned to their home, h a v i n g been called here by the serious- condition of the former's mother, Mrs. R. H. Haberichter, who is slie'Hly improved at this time. T h e I f ' ,r ,itl"n d n v " !o; I m u r i i b i l l a w a i l i n u action of S ' - n i k on taxation. Members Rol nnd of OH- de-lav and resolved lo go to batll'. on taxes in hopes of com pic ii,|' t h i s session this month. I ili' No. 1. the same bil! con I m tin Senate, is now up in the House s , n d t o r ^ immediately spoed- li i ir paee. It seems la have m i ' n n i l lo them to work I, jT Ih* v ma do it now. Dr. I-;. C. l.efllci, a ticing p l i y s i c i n n lied in his l.iiin* a f t e r n o o n , former prac- of La Porte City, in Waterloo, Sunday f prn-uiiionia. lie had lU-n i l l k-s limn ;i wick and hail (.annulled in a d i v e p i . i c l u c u|i to llic linu- of his last siikn'-^s. Dr. Ix.fller i.'ini" hue ahoul \W and opened an offn-e. l i e built the house at llu corner of Commercial slieet anil Bishop A v e n u e foi a home and lhe familv. l i v e d I here u n l i l about w e n l y - f i v e e a r - a,'o. 'I hey moved it lo his m k e l in a d v a n w h i sell r, l i i k i t , ( u l del w i l l be '^'ivi n 1 li of t h e sanii k i n d The nu on e .it tin home (.'..UK-, l l l l s s , - 1 X I I I I t O l l . l l of season In k e t - l in \ \ i l p i l b i . 11". 1(1. r i h a n a . «·». ss ;oi man the ' who is KIMTII; i-aih tin school a ] i h v s | i l e p o i t s t h a i n i l nf ll of t h e scln »l h a v i hi i n l she is now ill v v n i k w i l l i ll of tin' Ilitth Sihool Tn th ind l i eenls I n lie llle tw o in .11 11 she finds .dioim il m m M I p n i than anv otbci thine;. Oeia mn.i p u p i l s conn w i t h p o m v i s m i res or in j u ' t l'ie rii-lil "i These a b u o n i n l l i e s a i . i l Ihe slips by an x and a i t f ' . i t n ." ll" p u p i l lo l.lki home In l l u pan nl-. I. n o u l d be n KOi'd lbm(,' ll ,iM MM p.-u nits s,.e to it lh.it t h e s e .ilu 01 in d i n s looked a f u i i m n n d e i . i ly \\ · |iut the coned I ' l i ' s me ill oui a i i l o lires and (,'ive llic an pi.me a i;oml ver [irev ions lo o u i I ip hot l h e h u m a n boilv' T h a t si t i n s I n I n dilTei-enl in H i n t il is e v p n l e d lo h. pel fed d u t y al all l i m J - w i l l i im ilixkini; at any points I f Ihe p-n- ifills w i l l now do s i i i m l l i i n i ' . i l n . n l l l u items thliL vme checked t h i n t i n N u n c w i l l feel t h a t hei win I- w i l l in. 1 have been in v . i i n . The Ladies N, K hl (,'vm ' la- I l i a has been im-plmir i i K u l a r k -)i Thursdays has enjo.ved a lol.il a l t e m l - ance of 'IM l.idies. Time h.is i.i"'n '.l meetings to date i n a k - n i ; an i v . i a«e allendance ol 27.T7 Thei e is :i total a t t e n d a n c e of 31. All w n m i n both young and old. lire n u l l e d lo attend this (;vm uass h'-ld on Thursday nifht-i at 7:"l) u n d i i Mi Florence M a r t i n . Thu local basketball i x i i l e m e n i foi Friday mghl w i l l be at the si hool with the hi(jb - t l i o o l b a s k e t b a l l teams of D j s a i t and L.i 1'oile i l v the l o n t c - l a n l . Tli" In I game will begin at 7 . l r and lhe mam go of the evening at i* I". M i s I I . 1). K l i n e , aiionipaiin-d b\ hei b r o t h e l . llowaid M c C i l l , of In- l |iendu,it e, motored to Ues Monies i - s l i J a v fin :\ s h o i t visit in lhe home I I h e n s i . l e i , ^!is. I t a l p h l.aev , and l U s h a n d . The' i e g i i l . l i nii'vling of t h e L o i n s lull w a s In-Ill 'I'uest'aj aflernnon in be In.mi of Mrs. l l e n r v Hookmeiei. 'I'hi h o u i s \ v e i e enjoyed socially and nm h v\ is served by I h c hostess I ' l n b a o j o l i i n e d lo meet - l . i n n a i v !l!lh , w i l l i Ml s. Ol i a Hi List. M e m b e r s of the I ' y t h l a n Slslei. 1 I nlge w i n I'liteiliuned in the home of ' ' ' l \ l , s . A A liobertson. T u e s d a y c v e n " ' ^ I m i ; . i l l e i I h v i c g u l a i session of Ihc i n " ' · l i l i . i . liridiri 1 and l i v e h i m d i i d pro ill hei name to Mis. .1. C. Stalin. She wild the popular 1'uv.t.H dentist were I m a i r i e d w h i l e be was on a t u p back ·a-il lo visit hoi. Sho and Iht} iloelui clnrncHl lo I'owell following the 111111- lugL 1 eeiomuny, but inloiniution us lo then man led status was not revealed e v u n to theil close f r i e n d s beie. The biide icsumed her teaching duties w i t h the opening of school here in September, and continued her very e f f i c i e n t seivice ill the second A room Mi.,ji Isadora Smith. Meanwhile Dr. Stalin gave clo^ altentioil to his ntal piofession ovei the weeks un- nl at the coining of tlic yule-lnie sea- n he and Mis. Stalin agreed that it mis a b o u t t i m e to leiillinale the hoax and let the public in on theii .secret. Isadora, eldest d a u g h t e r of M i . and M i s . J. M. Smith, who leside on a .'aim near La 1'orte Cily, Iowa, i^ a graduate of the Slalc Teachcis college at C'edar Falls, Iowa. For six yeais she has followed Ihc leatlung piofossion, two yeJis. al Slreetel 1 , -VoHli Uakota, and four yeuis al I'owell. Her general efficiency and ladylike qualities have uiiulu her veiy populai with the school adnlinistia- lion and witli the Powell public. Dr. Slahn, for several yeais a cap- [ible denlist enjoying -a good practice .it I'owell, informs the Tribune that he and Mrs. Slivhn have eslablishi'd then hi me at the K e v s a n a i I m e n t s . i l i v e r s i o n a n d hirhl l e f i e s h s i i v e t l b\ M i s Itubert- wt Mai v in I'o'so. imin.igu o^ Ih. I ' a s i i m e T h v i i l i e , ginc H pro-view of " L i l l l t Woineli" ' Wednesday a f t e r noon al foui -Ihii ty. Tins is an es: c n . i l l v good incline and one v v h i i h e a r to Marshallteiwn f i o m ln-ie, Walerloo ( v e i l v - t a r s are t h e and one daughter, Ttiilli lA-IIIci Cilbert. There held yesltnlay i n t e r n n nl w a s made .rk ci'inetery at Wa- , one grandson K u n e i a l s e i v i t e w a s afteinoejn and in M e m o r i a l P lei loo neve-i u ;i Ilij^'liVriV Patrol. File No. 133, !).v Coykendall, mo M u l l a n e y , is a bill for .in ait 10 c - t i d i l i - h a highway patrol f :!h m o u n l e d for pov ers dull i term 1 aid Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our kind neighbors and other friends for favors extended us during the illness and after the death of our mother, Mrs. W. H. Runyan; also the singers and thoic who sent floral tributes. Her Children, I drpartment age of this of o f f i c i ' iiatiol. The police for the r ic on the highways, th» appointment, compensation and ·jf Lhe mcmbcri of state motor vehicle w o r k i n g for the pass- law, which will be operated under that department. It is =a.d for the acl that the fmca and income from t h e force of special patiolmcn will pay the cost of opcr- Plans For Meeting. The Woman's A u x i l i a r y of American Legion made- plan w i · i v pet son. who has read lhe book. I surely enjoy This p i c l u i e w i l l s h i v v n at llie r.'istime on F e b i a a i y m.l f,. lot of haul woi k and consult hie i \ p t n s e was e n t a i l e d by Ihc . i n n i n g out of t h e boilei in t h e hcat- nic p l a n l in Ihc hotel, the first of I n - w c i k . Foilunalely the weather v a s not v e i v icld and sloves were s n b s t i l u l e d for the f u i n a e e George I honlas l o o k i n g Cedai Hapids, was T lhe r e p a i i s . hen League lust Monday even- good attendance Mr. and Mis. M. G. Tosi tendeied llic Use of their home, west of town, for a benefit card p:n ly of the Calli- dic I, ng. ' I h e i e w u s .mil lhe t i m e " a , injo.ved in pln.ving f n o g i e s s i v e five h u n d r e d . Honors foi high M i n e among the men was a w a r d e d to W i l l Schmidt and foi the M-oinen lo Mrs. N i c k Ketlniao. Kel i e s h m e n ^ were sei ved. Basket Hall Done. The La I'm te Cay hijtli school Lenin w o n its s i x t h s l i a i g h l v i e l o i v . lasl Friday n i g h t w hen ihev defeated the K e v s l o n e high sdiuoj team at Keystone T j l - l h . Lu P o l l e C i l y i o u l d n n t l i n d t h e haskcl d u r i n r t h e l i i s t h a l f and only held a 5 poinl lead at half lime, the scoie being Ke-vstone scored I'M si on a shoi l Jlol by Ildllson. Hanson scored 111 ooints for Keystone. \\*. I l e i l i i i u n was forced out of the game w i t h a cracked w'list just befoie the h a l f . Kobb pluyed a good olfensive game and worked the bull in fen ihoi t shots many limes. Coburn lie collected ^'2 scoied It fields goal.i foi high point honoi s in the ganfe. C r a v e n h o i s i looked good when he went m for Iliusi. flow rev pluyed n defensive game and the | for a special meeting in ol^ei Vance of Ka- lional Defense at the r e g u l a r meet- i n g Monday evening. The special mcding will be held Febiuary 12tb.. honoring the memory of Washington nnd L i n c o l n . An adequate National Defense program will be presented and a speaker will be secured for thu occasion. Members of the Auxiliary nnd their husbands, the American Legion and wives, and others who may be interested will he privileged to attend. More complete announcement of arrangements will be made later. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Kline were at Independence, Sunday, where they visited Mrs. Kline's mother, Mrs. J. Not thai anybody will gel "full"'H. Mclill, and with other relatives. Held Enthusiastic Mcclinu. The County meetmi: of A n i c m a n Legion Camps v v h n h was In Id in oui cily Tuesday c v c n i n c , w i l l i i h r h e a l American Camp a- liosls, .va-. .il tended by membe-is f i o m tin v a r i o u s camps of the county. Tin gaih'Tinr? was an c n l h u s i a s t n one and all P I I S enl derived much good from llie gal ti- ering. A business sr ssioii was held and several -pcakeis ap|ieai t d on the program, and each had a mes. ai: · w h i c h was well w o i l l i w h i l e . A t l h e close of the busim lour was indulged vvas lhe re-sull. Suffered Stroke. S. (). S m u l l i n g , prominent f a r m e r of (Vd.ir low-nship, s-uffered a stroke lasi Thin sday an'I has- been in a crit- ii'al lonelilion since. I l l s whol" nghl -idc is altccted and he hut not been able to talk. .Mr. Smalling h.'is taken a very H i n t p a i l in the. Black Hawk county 'arm H u r e a u ever since it" oigam- u t i o n , serving for several years as jounty p r e s i d e n t . lie has always 'ombined Ihe l a i s j n g of fine stock willi his f u r m i n g , g i v i n g pai Licular i t l e n t i o n foi yenr.s lo pure bred hogs. managed to seine G points I.n I'lirle Cily won lhe '2ml leam game 21-15. Uisbee and C h i i s t i a n played best for La Poile City. Palmer was high point man w i t h K omln and Hardei w i l h fi \ \ a s higli or Kcy.stone. Dysait will play on the local floor ^·iday night. They w i l l n t l e m p l lo et ic'v'engc foi a 25-21 healing La 'orle Cily gave Lhein before Chi isl- las. Dm ing the past Ihree years the icals have won from Ijysai t at DV..S- rt and lost to them on the home oor. S u m i n a i y of ihe La I'oi le City- Leyslone game, La Porte City-- FG IT I'F B i u s l , sesHi' n a social n and a fine lime Will Hold Social Meeting. The members of U. K. S. Kan Diego Post No. 207, A m e r i c a n Legion, of this cily, will hold a .social session at their headquarters Tue.sday e v n i n g Jan. 23 A l l members and all ex- service men are c o i d i a l l y urged to b present. Bake Sale. The Pythian Sisters will hold bake sale at the Central Stales Appointed Census Taker. S. W. Foss of this place has been ·ippomted as one of the eight enumerators lo lake Lhe business census ol Black Hawk county. Of lhe eight w i l l work in Walciloo, one in Cedar Falls and one in La Porte City The l u r a l will be divielei paid from civi Electric Co. office Saturday of this on Main street week. Sale will start at 10:00 o'clock. Good used 4.40-21 and G.00-20 cu.s- ingn. II M. hslricts among the eight. The men w i l l be works administration funds. The; will be paid 47 cents an hour fo vvoik inside the city and C5 cents an hour for outside work, the increase be ing designed to take care of travel ing cxpcnbe, for which there is direct mileage allowance. The repoit will include employmen data concerning number of employe working each month during 1933, a well as those working part time Sales information, operating expense and similar items arc also included. avcnhoist Jobuin, D t( 1)1. low rev Keystone-W. Ileitman I. Kassel I. Boysen llmsen t. Kas.scl Hoist l e i t m a n 2.-. -I 8 FC, FT PF 1 0 0 0 D Referee, Wolfe of Coc. Anniversary Gathering. The local Odd Fellow and Rcbckah organizations will hold a social meeting Fiiday evening, celebrating the anniversary of Thos. Wildey, founder of the I. 0. 0. F. organization. The meeting w i l l open with a covered dish supper at seven o'clock, nftcr which a program will be given and tbe balance of the evening enjoyed at cards.

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