April 1914 Wheatland Gazette

Wednesday April 1

Minnie Brinkman of Clarence visited sister

Louisa Groth, returned to Davenport

Birth-boy-23rd-Robert Potter

Death-Henry J. Feinking at Clarence (funeral)

Marriage-Bertha Strackbein & Christian Peterson of Big Rock)-March 18th -Wheatland-farming 3 miles east of Big Rock.

D. O. Kidd moved to Valparaiso, Ind.

Wheatland Gazette

Wednesday April 8, 1914

Violet & Harold Hoyes, returned to Clinton

Birth-boy-Mon-Fred Homrighausen

Toronto Tidings

Mrs. Goodall-Petersville with relatives

Edw Dwire of charlotte visited his family here

Mrs. Ethel Fey-teacher

Agnes Van Sickle will teach in Massillion, now lives in Gault, Mo.

Birth-boy-April 1-John Sievers

Death-L. P. Ingwersen-Wheatland-Sunday-buried in Germany Cem. N W of Wheatland, no birthdate or survivors listed

Wednesday April 15, 1914

Death-Mrs. Chas Stoecker, sister of Mrs. Wm. Schneider-funerak in bachus, Minn.

Death-Dr. Powell, physician at Calamus killed C. & N W yesterday

Death-Wm. H. Ferren, Sr. Calamus yesterday-old soldier

Death-Capt. B. F. Halley-DeWitt-died Saturday, he was 75 yrs of age

Obit-L. P. Ingwersen

Toronto Tidings

B. C. Horstmann & family moved to farm near Calamus

Wednesday April 22, 1914

Esther Luthens, Clinton is a teacher here

Grace Curtis visited sister Mrs. E. Agnew on way to Davenport, Bus call

Death-Mrs. Reynolds, Gallion, Ohio, youngest sister of age about 55 yrs

Jack Nagel & A. Hendry on U S S Kansas-furlough

Birth-boy-Monday-Fred W. Witte

Death-Harvey L. Huffman-52 yrs 1 mo 25 days, died at home, E of Lost Nation

Henry Burmeister, sheriff Mondale, Mont, son of Henry & Mrs. formerly at Lost nation, now Crawford Co.

Obit-Wm. H. Ferren, Sr.

Wednesday April 29, 1914

Birth-Sunday-boy-Frank Rothbart

Birth-girl-Saturday-Van Severn

W. H. Campbell-Milwaukee R R Wheatland moved to Oxford Jct.

B. M. Jacobsen appointed postmaster at Clinton

Mrs. John Goodall in Davenport shopping

 

 

 

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