March 1914 Wheatland Gazette

Wednesday March 4

Mrs. Earl Miller, Clinton visited parents, Peter Soenksen

Birth-girl-March 1-A. Reed

Chas. Field, heavy weight promotion man, visiting

Obit-Sophia Elizabeth Holdorf

Sheriff Dougherty-Clinton came here

Death-infant-February 23-Leo Klahn

Mont Stoecker is in Davenport, learning barber trade

Wednesday March 11, 1914

Mrs. John Brennan, visited sister in Ill.

Birth-Girl-Thursday-Fred Rowald

Mat Cavey, of Cedar Rapids visited

Birthday-81st A. M. Hall, Sr.

Henry Ditmann, now of Noel Station visited V

Death-Wm. W. A. Huntington of Calamus-died Saturday March 7 in 77th year

Birthday-W. D. Eation-Clinton Mirror-8th March 1

Pat Rown, of Lost Nations hogs

Death-Stephen Halpin, of Cedar Rapids lived here

Wednesday March 18, 1914

John Witte-charge of Swift depot here

T. G. McMahon, Calamus visited

Birthday-Mrs. Celinda Dutton-85th

Married-Walter Swanson & Agnes Carlson both of Galva, Ill-half brother Axel Peterson

Married- Howard Scott Cook, Wheatland & Inez May Wells of Des Moines-on March 16th in Tipton-at home in Clinton-mother Mrs. A. W. Cook-pharmacy course in Des Moines-asst. in A. M. Riedels shoe store in Clinton-father E. D. Wells, Des Moines-taught school here

Toronto Tidings

Ida Goodal-in Clinton, with sister Anna who is in school there

Birthday-Mrs. Voss, Tues. dear old lady

Married-Ed Voss & bride, visited mother & sister Mrs. Blocher-leaving for Calif.

Obit-Charles Bender Hall

Wednesday March 25, 1914

P. T. Buxton to farm N. W. of Toronto

Mrs. Amelia Koch bought a farm

Mrs. Cecelia F. Dutton nee Parker-84th (instead of 85th birthday)

Married-Bertha Strackbein & Chris Peterson -father Louis Strackbein, married March 18, Wheatland farm bet. Big Rock & Dixon

Wheatland-town formerly called “Yankee Run”

Obit-Mrs. Katherine Homrighausen nee Keller

Toronto Tidings

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Dolan vs Goodall home

Birth-girl-Mar 17th, Mark Andresen

Chas. Schroeder moved to Oxford Mills farm

Death-sister of Nathan Fritcher-lived at Perry

 

 

 

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