1916 Wheatland Gazette

Wedensday June 7, 1916

C. M. Goodrich, Clinton, visited

Martha Rowald & Elsie Schneider-vacation-College Cedar Falls

Death-mother of Joe Steiner in Clinton Sunday, funeral today

Mrs. Dora Carpenter moved from Joplin, Mo to Tulsa, Okla

Married-Wm. J. Thomas & Pauline S Copp yesterday, he formerly from Kewanee, Ill-now resident of Wheaton & daughter Mr. Copp, Sr.

Death-Mrs J. G. Wilson, died 1896, buried from Pres. Church-Wheatland-buried Hillside Cemetery west of Wheatland-daughter Mrs. M. K. Morris, Chicago & her daughter, Mrs. Chas R. Holmes, England, visited graves (long article)

Wednesday June 14, 1916

Raymond Brennan Clinton Cisited

Fred Fifield, Wyoming, visited father

Will Eden, near Calamus visited

Zoe Fifield teaching at Kingsley, Kansas

Birth-girl-Thursday-May & Editor Sunderlin, Delmar

Toronto Tidings

O. H. Conwell, Oxford Jct on business

E. L. Durre working at trade at Charlotte

Laurence Creger, David, Ia, visited parents Albert

Death-Miss CondeonpMrs. P. J. McDonnell Davenport came & Maggie Condon of Lyons buried family lot-Catholic Cemetery.

Obit-Mrs. Katherine Steiner, Clinton

Wednesday June 21, 1916-MISSING

Wednesday June 28, 116

Raymond Brennan, Cedar Rapids & cousin T. Lefelure, Fairfax visited

Dr. H. C. Mahan & wife of Chicago visited her parents, Herman Muhl

Howard Cook & family moved back here

John Witte-plumbing New county home at Tipton

Battery A. Clinton, paused in route to Camp Dodge

Birth-boy-June ww-Henry Fox

Birthday-Auntie Brumm-83 yrs of age, June we-nephew J. F. Shadt

Toronto Tidings

Ed Muhl, Davenport-Studebaker garage-salesman there

Married-June 15-Lost Nation-Elsie McConaughey, daughter Mrs. Bart to Darrell Leroy Cressey, he lumber business in Lost Nation-works for hos father and she clerk in P.O. 2 years-her father station agent Milwaukee and lived here

 

 

 

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