HASTINGS, Feb. 5, 1909
CLARK, RICHARDS, COLLIER, CLANCEY, MCREYNOLDS, MOORE, PULLMAN, SITZLER, HUBER, SPILMAN, REW, BURGOIN
Posted By: Lois Shaul (email)
Date: 7/3/2019 at 15:51:52
Mills County Tribune
February 5, 1909
HASTINGS - Variety of News
Manley Clark of Oakland was a Tuesday visitor with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.D.Clark.
E.L. Richards took his yearly vacation last week and spent several days in Omaha.
R.E. Collier, third trick substitute man at depot, went to Malvern Monday night.
Miss Belle Clancey of Farragut is a new compositer in the Times office to succeed Miss McReynolds, when she takes charge of the post office.
C.A. Moore is getting along nicely in the Presbyterian hospital in Omaha and expects to be home in a couple of weeks.
J.H. Pullman has purchased a controlling interest in the Savings bank at Anderson, Fremont county, and took possession Monday. Jim is cashier of the bank. His many Silver City friends will wish him well in his new location.
Mrs. O. Sitzler and children of Mineola are home from Dow City, Charter Oak and Scheleswig, where they had been for some time. Otto Sitzler spent a few days with Dr. and Mrs. S.A. Huber at Charter Oak.
Last Friday was Mrs. Elizabeth Pullman's birthday anniversary and during the afternoon and evening a goodly number of her friends and relatives spent a few hours with her."Aunt" Pullman received several nice presents. We understand that it is not proper to mention a lady's age, but in this case it is absolutely necessary. Last year Mrs. Pullman said she was "Sweet 16" and claims she is getting younger every year, so of course she is 15 this year.
The pupils of the high school enjoyed a wienie roast last Thursday down at the creek. They were chaperoned by a number of teachers. We understand that Prof. Spilman is somewhat of a foot racer.
George T. Rew tells us that he has close to a thousand acres of corn on his ranch eight miles east of Silver City. Mr. Rew and his son-in-law
James Burgoin, are of the heaviest cattle feeders in western Iowa and this large amount of corn will not last them a great while.
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