Second Lieutenant Edward H. Bushing [Busching]

Second Lieutenant Edward H. Bushing [Busching] was born on February 22, 1886 in Germany and died July 30, 1911 in Waverly, IA.

Edward H. Bushing [Busching] entered the United States Army on July 19, 1910, in Denver, CO, served during the Peacetime era and reached the rank of Second Lieutenant before being discharged on Unknown in Unknown.

Edward H. Bushing [Busching] is buried at Harlington Cemetery in Waverly, Iowa and can be located at 42° 42.909' N 92° 28.245' W

  • Died in Service: Yes

Armed Forces Grave Registration

He died in Camp while Naval guard was at encampment was recommended for Lieutenancy but died a couple of days before the commission arrived. He served five years in the 53rd Inf. Ia. Nat. Guard. One year as a Pct. 4 yrs. as Cpl. 2 yrs. detailed to Regular Com. Dept. and 1 year as Com. Sgt. 1st Ia. N.G. In Colo. N.G. he served as regimental Sgt. Major of 1st Colo. Inf. and was recorded for Lieut., but as stated died before his commission arrived. He enlisted April 1905, in Corp Co. B 53 Ia. Ing. N.G. and reenlisted same April 24, 1908. Com. Sgt. 1st Ia. N.G. Color. July 19, 1910. made regimental Sgt. Major.

Frank Sturdevant–H. L. Pries

Census

“1900 United States Federal Census,” Sheet 4, Family 80, Line 44, Butler County, Iowa, 1900."
“1900 United States Federal Census,” Sheet 4, Family 80, Line 44, Butler County, Iowa, 1900.”

Newspaper Articles

Graduate in Woods

Waterloo Business College Will Hold Exercises At Cedar River Park.

Full Program Ready
Class of Nineteen Will Receive Diplomas-Nearly All Are Employed in Offices in Waterloo.

The full program for the graduation exercises of the class of 1905 of the Waterloo Business college has just been prepared and is given out today. The class met Friday evening and elected officers and made other plans for the commencement exercises. The exercises will be held in the pavilion at Cedar River park on Tuesday evening, July 18th. The baccalaureate sermos will be delivered by Rev. Frank Bristol, of Washington, D. C., at Cedar River park Sunday, at 3 o’clock, July 16.

Gov. LaFollette Will Speak.

The order of the program at the graduation is as follows:

Tuesday, July 18.
1:30 p. m.-Exhibit work. Members of graduating class and others.
2:30 p. m.-Address-Gov. LaFollette, Wisconsin.
5:00 p. m.-Old students reunion, picnic supper.
7:30 p. m.-Address to graduates-“That Boy and Girl of Mine,” Dr. W. F. Crafts, Washington, D. C.
8:30 p. m.-Grand Concert-Wesleyan Quartette, Washington, D. C.
10:00 p. m.-Alumni banquet, at Sans Souci hotel.

Graduates Employed.

Nearly all of the members of the class are employed in offices in Waterloo or the towns from which they came. Following is the names of the graduates, their home address and the present place of employment:

Shorthand Department.

Althouse, Clara, Waterloo, Iowa, stenographer Logan house.
Bellinger, W. A., Laporte City, Ia., Iowa Dairy Separator Co.
Collins, Olive, Waterloo, Iowa, Highland Nobles.
Federspiel, Frank, Waterloo, Iowa, W., C. F. & N. R. R.
Kolp, Bertha, Waterloo, Iowa, college office.
Law, Cora M., Hannah, North Dakota, Bank at Hannah.
McSweeney, Ray, Waterloo, Iowa, Kemp Mfg. Co.
Selzer, Rose L., Windom, Minnesota, Litchfield.
Sornborger, Edith L., Waterloo, Ia., W., C. F. & N. R. R.
Stanley, Carl, Shell Rock, Iowa, Smith, Lichty & Hillman Co.
Wilharm, Helane, Tripoli, Iowa, Kemp Mfg. Co.

Commercial Department.

Aldrich, Raimond, Carson City, Michigan, school.
Bolte, L. W., Waterloo, Iowa, E. A. Boggs.
Busching, Edward H., Clarksville, Iowa, school.
Daniels, Laura, Dunkerton, Iowa, Kramer & Bachtell.
Daniels, Mamie, Dunkerton, Iowa, Ellis & Foster.
Roberts, Pearl, Waterloo, Iowa, school.
Whannel, J. H., Gladbrook, Iowa, First National bank, Waterloo.

Normal Preparatory.

Fay, Ethel, Waterloo, Iowa, teaching at Superior, Iowa.

Officers of the Class.

The officers of the class are as follows:
President-W. A. Bellinger.
Vice President-Carl Stanley.
Secretary-Helane Wilharm.
Treasurer-C. R. Aldrich.

“Graduate in Woods,” Waterloo Daily Reporter. (Waterloo, IA), Jul. 5, 1905.

Nineteen to Graduate

Large Class Completes Work at Waterloo Business College.

Exercises to be Held in Connection With Chautauqua.

The graduating exercises of the Waterloo Business college will be held beginning with Sunday, July 16, when the baccalaureatt sermon will be preached at 3 p. m. at Cedar River park by Dr. Bristol of Washington, D. C.

On Tuesday, July 18, there will be exhibition work at 1::30 p. m. by members of the graduating class and others and at 2::30 p. m. an address by Gov. LaFollette of Wisconsin.

At 5 p. m. of the same day the old students wlil hold a re-union and picnic supper.

At 7::30 p.m. there will be an address to the graduates by Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts of Washington, D. C., on the subject, “That Boy and Girl of Mine.”

At 8:30 p. m. there will be a grand concert by the Wesleyan quartette and at 10 p. m. the annual banquet will be held at Sans Souci hotel.

Nineteen young people will complete their course at that time, of whom eleven are in the shorthand department, seven in the commercial department and one in the normal preparatory department. The graduates, and where they are working, are as follows:

SHORTHAND DEPARTMENT.
Clara Althouse of Waterloo, at Logan House.
W. A. Bellinger of La Porte, with Iowa Dairy Separator company.
Olive Collins of Waterloo, with Highland Nobles.
Frank Federspiel of Waterloo, with W., C. F. & N. railway.
Bertha Kolp of Waterloo, with Waterloo Business college.
Cora M. Law of Hannah, N. D., with the Bank of Hannah.
Ray McSweeney of Waterloo, with the Kemp Manufacturing company.
Rose L. Selzer of Waterloo, with Litchfield Manufacturing company.
Edith L. Sornberger of Waterloo, with W., C. F. & N. railway.
Carl Stanley of Shell Rock, with Smith, Lichty & Co.
Helane Wilharm of Tripoli, with Kemp Manufacturing Co.
Kemp Manufacturing company.

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT.
Raimond Aldrich of Carson City, Mich., in school.
L.W. Bolte of Waterloo, with E. A. Boggs.
E. H. Busching of Clarksville, in school.
Laura Daniels of Dunkerton, with Kramer & Bachtel.
Mamie Daniels of Dunkerton, with Ellis & Foster.
Pearl Roberts of Waterloo, in school
J. H. Whannel of Gladbrook, with First National bank.

NORMAL DEPARTMENT.
Ethel Fay of Waterloo, teaching at Superior.

“Nineteen to Graduate,” Waterloo Daily Courier. (Waterloo, IA), Jul. 5, 1905.

Nineteen to Graduate

(From Wednesday’s Daily.) The graduating exercises of the Waterloo Business college will be held beginning with Sunday, July 16, when the baccalaureatt sermon will be preached at 3 p. m. at Cedar River park by Dr. Bristol of Washington, D. C.

On Tuesday, July 18, there will be exhibition work at 1::30 p. m. by members of the graduating class and others and at 2::30 p. m. an address by Gov. LaFollette of Wisconsin.

At 5 p. m. of the same day the old students wlil hold a re-union and picnic supper.

At 7::30 p.m. there will be an address to the graduates by Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts of Washington, D. C., on the subject, “That Boy and Girl of Mine.”

At 8:30 p. m. there will be a grand concert by the Wesleyan quartette and at 10 p. m. the annual banquet will be held at Sans Souci hotel.

Nineteen young people will complete their course at that time, of whom eleven are in the shorthand department, seven in the commercial department and one in the normal preparatory department. The graduates, and where they are working, are as follows:

SHORTHAND DEPARTMENT.
Clara Althouse of Waterloo, at Logan House.
W. A. Bellinger of La Porte, with Iowa Dairy Separator company.
Olive Collins of Waterloo, with Highland Nobles.
Frank Federspiel of Waterloo, with W., C. F. & N. railway.
Bertha Kolp of Waterloo, with Waterloo Business college.
Cora M. Law of Hannah, N. D., with the Bank of Hannah.
Ray McSweeney of Waterloo, with the Kemp Manufacturing company.
Rose L. Selzer of Waterloo, with Litchfield Manufacturing company.
Edith L. Sornberger of Waterloo, with W., C. F. & N. railway.
Carl Stanley of Shell Rock, with Smith, Lichty & Co.
Helane Wilharm of Tripoli, with Kemp Manufacturing Co.
Kemp Manufacturing company.

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT.
Raimond Aldrich of Carson City, Mich., in school.
L.W. Bolte of Waterloo, with E. A. Boggs.
E. H. Busching of Clarksville, in school.
Laura Daniels of Dunkerton, with Kramer & Bachtel.
Mamie Daniels of Dunkerton, with Ellis & Foster.
Pearl Roberts of Waterloo, in school
J. H. Whannel of Gladbrook, with First National bank.

NORMAL DEPARTMENT.
Ethel Fay of Waterloo, teaching at Superior.

“Nineteen to Graduate,” Waterloo Semi Weekly Courier. (Waterloo, IA), Jul. 7, 1905.

College Graduation

Class of Nineteen Gave Proof of Ability To Audience at Cedar River Park.

Passed in Many Tests
Commencement Day Closed With Annual Banquet and Reunion at Sans Souci Hotel.

The commencement exercises of the Waterloo Business college at Cedar River park yesterday afternoon and evening were interfered with by the rain. There were not as many at the program in the evening as had been expected, but the tests and programs of regular school work carried on before the audience were very interesting and brought forth many words of praise for both teachers and graduates.

The program in the afternoon consisted of tests on the typewriter and in arithmetic and short hand work. The members of the class, nineteen in number, occupied the platform, and all of the work was done in view of the audience. The scheme to hold the commencement exercises in the park was a novel one, but the exhibition of school work before the audience was more novel and was a test that was valuable to the young men and women who are just leaving school to take up positions in business life.

Scene in Big Office

The tabernacle was turned into a large office for the time being as Miss Horner took charge of the large class of nineteen stenographers, she dictating and they taking her words on the machines. It is unusual for a stenographer to take dictation direct to the machine, and when ninteen machines are all running at once the task becomes more difficult. This work was done almost to perfection, and the papers were passed out in the audience for inspection. Contests for speed were given. In this Miss Sadie DeWitt wrote 110 words a minute and Frank Federspiel 104. Exhibitions were given with the stenographers blindfolded, showing how familiar the students become with the machines they operate. The contests in rapid calculation were conducted by Prof. G. W. Weatherly.

Alumni Banquet at Sans Souci.

The closing of the day’s program was the annual alumni banquet at Sans Souci hotel, in which about all of the members of the class and a number of old students took part. Toasts were given and the evening was spent in a very enjoyable way, much as a reunion by many who attended the school in former years and are now employed in lines in different cities. Miss Cora Law, who is employed in a bank at Hannah, North Dakota, and Edward H. Busching, both members of the 1905 class, were not present.

Old Students at Banquet.

Among the old students at the banquet were the following:
Miss Knotts, of Weverly, who is visiting with Miss Maud and Lois Cass.
Miss Sarah Inger, of Waverly.
Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Wall, of Shell Rock, attended the commencement. Mrs. Stanley is mother of Carl Stanley member of the class.
August Kampmeier, cashier of one of the banks in Tripoli.
A. C. Anton, Laporte.
Joe Kinney, Shady Grove.

“College Graduation,” Waterloo Daily Reporter. (Waterloo, IA), Jul. 19, 1905.

Graduated in the Grove

(From Wednesday’s Daily.)
The most unique graduating exercises ever held by a school in this state were those held yesterday by the Waterloo Business college, when the class occupied seats on the platform of the Chautauqua assembly, and the strongest program of the assemby was enjoyed by the graduates.

President Harvey has always endeavored to secure something new and attractive for these annual commencement occasions, but the occasion this year eclipsed them all in so far as success, enjoyment and interest are concerned.

In the early afternoon there was an exhibit of the actual work of the school room. Tables and desks and typewriters had been conveyed to the park and placed upon the platform. The graduates were seated at these tables and performed drill work in penmanship, demonstrated touch typewriting and speed work in shorthand, while the public were taken off their feet by the rapidity of the rapid calculation drill, conducted by Prof. C. W. Weatherly.

A great many people could not believe that the work could be so quickly done, preferring to incline to the more reasonable theory that the problems were cut-and-dreid, with answers in their possession beforehand. It was the intention of President Harvey to have some business man present give these problems, but did not have the time. The work was honestly done and while the speed there was almost unbelievable, the record at school has been much better than that shown in public.

The class listened to the address of Governor LaFollette with unfeigned interest and afterwards they enjoyed a picnic supper in the woods.

At 7:30 in the amphitheatre Dr. W. F. Crafts of Washington, D. C., gave an address to the class upon the theme “That Boy and Girl of Mine.” The eminent worker for civic righteousness all over the world, for Dr. Crafts is connected with the national reform bureau, talked for an even hour, giving many helpful suggestions to the young men and the young women just starting out in life. His address was sandwiched with apt stories, all pointing a helpful moral.

Following this President Harvey presented diplomas to the class which was composed of the following:
SHORTHAND DEPARTMENT.
Althouse, Clara M., employed at Logan house.
Bellinger, Walter A., Iowa Dairy Separator Co.
Collins, Olive G., Highland Nobles.
Federspiel, Frank. W., C. F. & N. R. R.
Kolp, Bertha M., Wm. Galloway Co.
Law, Cora M., Bank of Hannah, N. D.
McSweeney, Raymond J., Kemp Mfg. Co.
Selzer, Rose L., Litchfield Mfg. Co.
Sornberger, Edith L., W., C. F. & N. R. R.
Stanley, Carl., Smith, Lichty & Hillman Co.
Wilharm, Helane W., Kemp Mfg. Co.
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT.
Aldrich, C. Raimond, Waterloo Steam laundry.
Bolte, Louis W., W., C. F. & N. R. R.
Busching, Edward H., in school.
Daniels, Laura E., Kramer & Bachtel.
Daniels, Mamie A., Waterloo Carriage factory.
Roberts, Pearl N., Corn Belt Telephone Co.
Whannel, John H., First National bank.,
NORMAL DEPARTMENT
Fay, Ethel F., teaching in Emmet county.

ALUMNI BANQUET.

It was pretty late in the evening before the present and the former graduates could get over the water and through the mud to Sans Souci hotel where the annual banquet was served. Despite the stormy evening and the untoward conditions nearly fifty sat down to the feast of good things. A program of toast had been arranged as follows, E. L. Hildebrand acting as toastmaster:
The Alumni-May Foote.
Our New Members-Chas. McWilliams.
The Gentlemen-Mrs. Ida Musser.
The Ladies-Hon. W. E. Hauger.
Our Absent Members-Mary S. Horner.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow-A. F. Harvey.

“Graduated in the Grove,” Waterloo Semi Weekly Courier. (Waterloo, IA), Jul. 21, 1905.

College Year Begins

Many Young People Come To Waterloo To Get Business Training.

New Students Enrolled
List Shows Many Towns Represented – Some Are School Teachers in the Country.

Following a thorough renovation of the college rooms and an addition to the teaching force, the 1905 school year of the Waterloo Business college opened Tuesday with one of the largest enrollments in the history of the institution. Nearly all of the students in the school last year who had not completed the courses they were pursuing are back this year to finish the work, and with them are a number of new students. The new enrollments represent nearly every postoffice in Blackhawk county, and a large number of towns in this part of the state are represented. Michigan is also represented by four young people. The enrollment up to Tuesday afternoon of new students was as follows:

Waterloo-Lisle McCormick, Oscar O. Tuttle, Elizabeth Robinson, Vesta Hughbanks, Aggie E. Selzer, Leonard Ackley, Bertha Marx, Anna Colby, Henry Davis, Edward H. Busching, Floyd Cole, Earl H. Odell, Alice M. Spafford, Lulu Tardy, Louise Schmidt, Frieda Wolfram, Vi Lynch, Carrie Hartman, Clarence Benedict, K. B. Sipe, Florence Yapp, Ruby Knight, Edyth Bunn, Evelyn McQuilkin, Grace L. Sykes, Bert Supplee, Genevieve Murphy.

Cedar Falls-Vera Wood, Edna Kincaid, Bernice A. Wilson.

Hudson-Robert Faulkner, Lulu Watters, Maud Sweitzer, Willie Sweitzer.

Laporte City-Anna E. Friday, Mary H. Friday, Maud Harmon.

Parkersburg-Albert Knott.

Tripoli-Floyd E. Bostwick.

Washburn-Frances Michel.

Steamboat Rock-Henry Dallman.

Michigan-Marlette, Elizabeth A. Hewitt; Flint, Victoria Samson; Carson City, Clayton Chamberlin, C. R. Aldrich.

The list of towns represented in the enrollment shows that the Waterloo Business college is attracting a large number of young people to Waterloo to acquire a business training. Every department of commercial work is taught in the college. Among the number enrolled are several young ladies who have taught in the rural schools in the country who desire to pursue a commercial course with the hope of being better able to provide for themselves in the future.

“College Year Begins,” Waterloo Daily Reporter. (Waterloo, IA), Sep. 6, 1905.

Twenty-Four To Graduate

Large Class at Waterloo Business College Finish Work.

Majority are in Shorthand and Typewriting Course.

Complete arrangements have been made for the twenty-second annual commencement of the Waterloo Business college to be held at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium on Wednesday evening, Dec. 19. The graduating class consists of 44. The class colors are white and green, the flower is the red rose and the motto, “Not at the Top, but Climbing.”

Following the graduation program the alumni association will hold a reunion and banquet at the Irving House. On Sunday, Dec. 16, the baccalureate sermon will be given by Dr. William Arnold Shanklin, president of Upper Iowa university.

The commencement program is as follows:
Music-Myers Orchestra.
Invocation.
Music-Orchestra.
Lecture-“The Way We Are”-William Hawley Smith.
Music-Orchestra.
Address to Class-Emmons Johnson.
Presentation of Diplomas-Pres. A. F. Harvey.
Benediction.

The Graduates.

Prepatory Course-Sarah M. Bolte.
Commercial Course-Bertha Limbert-Burton, Homer J. Councilor, Henry L. Davis, Thomas Flaherty, Nellie M. Geyer, Harry A. Limbert, Maud C. Meyers, William Everett Taylor, Oscar O. Tuttle, Carrie J. Vance.
Stenographic Course-Nina Bernice Alexander, Geneva Lilliam Brewer, Bertha Limbert-Burton, Edward H. Busching, Anna L. Colby, Homer J. Councilor, Essie M. Ferry, Genevieve Fitzpatrick, Mary H. Friday, J. Royal Gick, Hazel Guy, Maude Harmon, Mamie G. Hennessy, Elizabeth A. Hewitt, Louis A. Hewitt, Elva E. Hixson, Vesta Hughbanks, Ruby L. Knight, Harry A. Limbert, Cora E. McMahon, Alta Loverta McChane, Earl H. Odell Ella J. Rosgen, Alice M. Spafford, Maud Sweitzer, M. Katherine Thurston, Jessie Turner, Bernice A. Wilson.
Combination Course-Flora M. Behrens, Georgia A. Mason, Florence Morden, L. Florence Yapp.

“Twenty-Four To Graduate,” Waterloo Daily Courier. (Waterloo, IA), Dec. 12, 1906.

40 Students End Studies

The twenty-second annual commencement exercises of the Waterloo Business college were held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium last night, when a class of forty young men and women were presented with diplomas testifying to the fact that they had successfully pursued one or another of the courses of instruction offered by the college. The graduates are nearly all employed and had no time to prepare themselves to appear on the program, and so the president, A. F. Harvey, made arrangements for an address by William Hawley Smith, the humorist and well known educator and lecturer. His subject was “Some Practical Things in the Life of Today.” He was greeted by an audience which completely filled the auditorium.

The address to the class was given by Mr. Emmons Johnson, the pioneer banker of the city. His remarks were timely and appropriate to the occasion.

Supt. A. T. Hukill introduced the speaker of the evening and Myers orchestra furnished the music. The diplomas were given to the graduates by President Harvey.

The auditorium where the exercises were held was beautifully decorated with the class colors and flowers.

Following the exercises and the congratulations tendered the graduates by their friends the alumni enjoyed a delicious banquet at the Logan House. E. L. Hildebrand acted as toastmaster and several of the old students responded in a humorous manner to various toasts.

Seventy-six were served at once and the banquet was one of the finest ever enjoyed by the alumni association.

Following is the menu set before the guests by Landlord Johnson:

Oyster Cocktail.
Chilled Celery. Wafers.
Consomine Royal, Demi Tasse
Radishes.
Baked Fillet of Black Bass, Au Gratin
Sliced Cucumbers.
Larded Tenderloin of Beef, with
Mushrooms.
French Peas, in cases.
Parisienne Potatoes.
Orange Punch.
Boned Turkey, Aspic Sauce.
Hot Rolls.
Logan House Salad.
Maple Ice Cream.
Lady Fingers. Macaroons.
Club House Cheese.
Toasted Water Crackers.
Coffee.

Probably in no other school are the students, when qualified to do work, so effectually placed in positions, and it speaks volumes for the good work of the students and of the teachers that all except four members of the class should now be employed at good wages. Some of them have been thus employed for several months. They left their work to participate in the exercises. The following is a list of the graduates and the places where they are employed:

Combination Course.

Flora M. Behrens, Iowa Dairy Separator Co.
Georgia A. Mason, Waterloo Water Co.
Florence Morden, Cascaden Mfg. Co.
Florence Yapp, First National Bank.

Stenographic Course.

Nina Bernice Alexander, Litchfield Mfg. Co.
Geneva Lillian Brewer, Warfield, Pratt, Howell Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Bertha Limbert-Burton, in school.
Edward H. Busching, Waterloo Candy Co.
Anna L. Colby, Herrick Refrigerator Co.
Homer J. Councilor, Indian Commission, Muskogee, Indian Territory.
Esse M. Ferry, Frank Brewer Abstract Office, Independence, Iowa.
Genevieve Fitzpatrick, West Publishing Co., St. Paul.
Mary H. Friday, Herrick Refrigerator Co.
J. Royal Giek, International Harvester Co., Cedar Falls.
Hazel Guy, Blackhawk Lumber Co.
Maude Harmon, Black Hawk Coffee & Spice Co.
Mamie G. Hennessy, Matt. Parrott & Sons.
Elizabeth A. Hewitt, Spokane Medical Institue, Spokane, Wash.
Louis A. Hewitt, Elmendorf & Elmendorf, Spokane, Wash.
Elva E. Hixson, Waterloo Business College.
Vista Hughbanks, Cole-Davis Shoe Co.
Ruby L. Knight, Cascaden-Vaughan Co.
Harry A. Limbert, Weis Egg Case Factory.
Alta Loverta McChane, Iowa Dairy Separator Co.
Earl H. Odell, Nauman Co.
Ella J. Rosgen, Bovee Grinder & Furnace Works.
Alice M. Spafford, Litchfield Mfg. Co.
Maud Sweitzer, Senator Sherman W. DeWolf, Reinbeck.
M. Katherine Thurston, in school.
Jessie Turner, Litchfield Mfg. Co.
Bernice A. Wilson, Harris & Cole Bros., Cedar Falls.

Commercial Course.

Bertha Limbert-Burton, in school.
Homer J. Councilor, Indian Commission, Muskogee, Indian Territory.
Henry L. Davis, Citizens Gas & Electric Co.
Thomas Flaberty, in school.
Nellie M. Geyer, in school.
Harry A. Limbert, Weis Egg Case Factory.
Maud C. Myers, Black Hawk National Bank.
William Everett Taylor, Citizens’ Gas & Electric Co.
Oscar O. Tuttle, Fowler Co.
Carrie J. Vance, Waterloo Business College.

Preparatory Course.

Sarah M. Bolte, teaching in Bremer county.

“40 Students End Studies,” Waterloo Semi Weekly Courier. (Waterloo, IA), Dec. 21, 1906.

The City in Brief

A. O. Johnson and E. H. Busching returned yesterday from an over Sunday visit with friends in Waverly.

“The City in Brief,” Waterloo Daily Courier. (Waterloo, IA), May 28, 1907.