Funds originally belonging to the wife were deposited in a joint account for the husband and wife, it being stipulated that the money was to be withdrawn upon the order of both, and that, upon the death of either, the survivor should have an absolute right to the balance. The husband died and his administrator brought an action to recover one-half of the funds. Held, the money belonged to the wife on any theory of the case which might be developed. Hollingsworth v. Hollingsworth (Iowa 1931) 235 N.W. 726.