Kellogg Enterprise, January 3, 1919

Kellogg Enterprise

January 03, 1919

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Publication name: Kellogg Enterprise

Location: Kellogg, Iowa

Pages available: 1,063

Years available: 1886 - 1974

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Kellogg Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Kellogg, Iowa VOL. XXXIX. NEWS TOLD IN BR1 Kritogf awl Vfefatty, State Historical Society of Iowa Historical Resource Development Program NOTICE This file contains damaged or missing text Everything in groceries and mes Meteher's. Bring yum Job printing to Tbe E Vriee office.- Shoes, overshoes and arctics foi whole family at Melcher's. Lieut. Ross D. Lemke was a Moines visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Birchard IDce Moinee on Christmas. Special pnce on chop feed, at Kellogg Roller Bring in your produce and get the 1 eat market price at Melcher's. Mr. Levi Hefly, of near Searsboro, .a business visitor here last week. Mrs. J. Q. Melcher visited with tives at Oskaloosa the past week. R. G. Coutts, the Grinnell contra was in town on business Saturday. Mrs.Everett Balmer visited last -with her husband at Camp iMr. L. M. Carlson of DCS M -visited with Kellogg friends last S iday. iMSt, a set of automobile chains 01 road near Kellogg. Finder report fc office Mrs Bert Squires died at her 1 wuthwest of Newton, of mflu .Wednesday night. Miss Florence Critchettof Grinnel -Eva Gilbert of Newton spent the [eod atjtheir homes. H. V. Craven and, B spent C FILM WAS PRODUCED FROM THE BEST AND MOST FILE OF ORIGINAL ISSUES AVAILABLE AT THE TIME FILMING. PLEASE CONTACT THE STATE HISTORICAL 1CIETY OF IOWA IF LOCA TION OF MISSING MA TERIALS IS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bigilow" of N E .Kellogg, is suffering' from an att flu at the home of her father at Oel Mrs. Daniel DeYoung, south, of .has been quite sick the past week daughter, -Miss Florence Baltzl caring for her. Mrs. Jay Saum of Chicago is ap V the holidays With'her M Mrs. Madison Sulser and her sinter LotfXjotechali. Clifford Meyer sustained a fall t! of the week and 'tore theligiment in his arm. The accident will li .up for some time. Mr. Frank DeYoung terminal visit and returned to New York -Venter upon his duties in the Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgart nated their visit with relatives he r, returned, to their home in Winter s first of week, Mist Blanche Liesman has aecei position as teacher in the Grinnell i .and will enter upon the discharge duties nest Monday. Mary Morgan entertained pany of young people at her ho Friday evening. Oytten were eerv a good tirue reported. NEWSPAPER! Leona Friend, Miriaw and Esther Taylor, of GrinMU, Huoday here in the home friend, MM E WSPAPERfi R C HIV E ;