February 1914 Wheatland Gazette

Wednesday February 4

Henry Tebbe, Toronto, visiting

Mrs. John Goodall visited parents at Grand Mound-had Clinton visitors

Kate Ryan, Big Rock, visited

Myrtle Rogers & Muriel Murray-to Clinton shopping

Alice Kelly, grand Mound- large nurses class here

Agnes Hart, Our Lady of Angels-Lyons-visited sister Mrs. Wm. Glenn

Birth-girl-Saturday-Sam Hall

Alto Hurley-health, gave up school, went home to Garwin

John T. Thompson, took over father blacksmith shop

January 27th, Chicago Tribune-snow avalanche at Starrs, Utah (wm. & Maud Wabraven lives ther but ok

Toronto Tidings

Mrs. Thos Powell & daughter, Edith, Sherrard, Ill, visited parents, John Miller

Wednesday February 11

Emma Richmann returned home to Casey, Iowa

Wm. Rehder, Palo, visited mother

Zoe Fifield, teacher at Wyoming

Birth-girl-last Friday-Henry Fox

J. Edw. Witte, auctioneer & P. J. These, clerk ar farm sale

Chas Heuer & son Edwin of Everly, visited

Death-infant son of Wm. Wagner of Hartley

Kehoe European Hotel, Clinton was destroyed by fire

Toronto Tidings

Ed O’Connell, N. Dakota, visiting

Bessie Bachelor, Oxford Jct, visited Ida Goodall

Earl Edwards, of Elwood went to party at Cavey’s

Birth-girl-14th-Smer Mowry

Wm. D. Glenn, moved to old homestead near Oxford Jct.

Wednesday February 18, 1914

E. C. Hazen, Calamus, visiting

Leo Hurlbutt & wife nee Erma Frost, visiting-lives on farm near Galva, Ill.

Jurgen Wohlenberg-70th birthday Saturday

Death-infant son-born November 21-died February 5-W. R. Wagner-buried Pleasant View Cem. (Hartley Sentinel)

Roy Harrington & Mrs. Delmar, visting

Wednesday February 25

Roy Harrington & Mrs. of Delmar, visited Soenksen family

Mrs. Fred Witte & son, Harold visited her parents at Lowden

Mrs. John F. Murray, N. Y. City, visited mother & brother, Mrs. C. P. & Claude Dutton

Mrs. Anna Jensen & family moved to farm near Lost Nation

Geo Fox, former Spring Rock Twp, now living in Nebraska -legislature

Mrs. S. S. Giddings nee Jennie Jones, Ringwood, Ill, visited father was Mc Johns-station agent C. & N W

Toronto Tidings

Mrs. D. C. Rogers & son Clarence visited in Olin

 

 

 

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