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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 18, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa In paper county Cass county Best March 1910 prior per year news from Anita Ems of interest from that Busy Little i resented in interesting correspondent urday a Little daughter of its living near Highland Accident falling fron the t of the barn nearly 30 lighting on a she bruised and will take con Jittie to n election monday result Choice of Robison As actor to succeed Naylor and Crane or cars of fat cattle to evening purchased Furman Kensington was held me of Stalcup Ter noon in Honor of re attended by Twenty one 10 drat prize was Bell and the second by a three course was served and a Good 11 week will be observed in Gregat Lonal the Cushman will be by Southerland be meetings during the and evenings of the urday the members of class in the Congre Hurch gave her a pleasant at her there were of them present and they evening merry with song Gate Rand kind words for who is soon to move refreshments were during the evening they her with a milliners sail an easter Whei up its contents she found useful and pretty article in each one As moment Oei her future mrs be has been their teacher to ears and there is a Stron of Friendship Between def mesday of last week the in daughter of Rueben Scholl an aged four weeks was Laid t an old method of selecting the seed Corn in Evergreen it Hai sufferer from birth but a care possible to give the it residence of the Bride ther in this City wednesday of red the marriage of Ches Frank Maher of planking the ceremony was per med by Cushman of congregational Church in the sence of a Small company of Rei ves and All wish this a thy couple a Happy and Prosper e Mclaughlin was a a business Ler n Atlantic this miss Lena Young closed the Ewin Tern in the Gri Sylble school last miss Beatrice ingrain returned m ipes Moines the first of the Elk she spent her vacation d has commenced her Spring m in the school she taught last Interj Brown had business in is mines last Anderson Bell of Greenfield id Swartz for the last two her Little son Kenneth has in quite sick during her stay but j better so that she will re irn Home in a few there seems to be a number of ses if grip around Anita and the pc tools Are quite Grace link returned from utlant c saturday evening and is at in the Republican and James a vial the Home of George Worth is parted for Texas monday on George Aldrich shipped his Nous old goods and farm implements t reel River last Hiither had gone some Days before id is Mother and family will Fol w in a few Fred Aldrich and wife and child were Here from Council vis t Over with relative returned Home monday by w e and children remained t lit Lier Parent and a x Chambers went to Oma a by Days and returned t v went to count f Courtesy of the Iowa Homestead Bluffs saturday for a weeks visit her Mother Herbert and or son John who is in business in the pastor of the Wiota charge As just concluded a protracted meeting at Highland miss Mattie Harrison came Home rom Cedar Falls last week having finished the work in the Kindergan Den miss Lena Young will teach the Barber school North of town during he Spring born to and Bangham March 6th at a 9 Pound girl who has been named Beaver the grand Mother is out there looking after to parkers father Anil Mother Are in the City making b visit and from Here will go to Cedar Falls the old Home the closing number of the lec Ture course was Given monday evening by Adrian Nowens of it was a play entitled a message from the speaker was Able to represent All the characters in the the tale had an excellent moral in it and Horace Parker the leading character was a will visit her sister for a Short and Del Eastman of who Are visiting old time friends relatives in this Vicinity were passengers to Cumber land and Oldfield of Mitchellville Are the guests at the Home of and Walter Green has been confined to his Home for several Days with an attack of the the ladies of the Church served supper in the basement Par lors wednesday the marriage of miss Anna Nel sen and George Hess occurred last wednesday March on the Harold Mcmartin farm which is to be their new Charley Willis of Atlantic was a visitor under the parental roof one Day last George Arnold and de Eastman were guests at the Home of Holiday of Greenfield last and Matthews accompanied his of Cotton saturday evening in Fern and who moved to Honor of Genevieve of at Oklahoma a couple of weeks ago is expected Back in a few Lewis Macomber was an Atlantic caller Meda Conrad was an Atlantic Cal Ler Fred Phillips returned Home from saturday Vin Conrad was an Atlantic caller miss Corley Conlon entertained a few Young ladies at the Home of Cotton thursday evening and a very pleasant time was enjoyed by miss Georgia Byrne and Kiehl were Atlantic callers Fri Upton and daughter glee left for Belle tuesday morning where they Wil join Upson and make their Home changed Man after the from Mars got to message Massena Al Cheney of Cumberland was a guest of friends in town one Day last week George Arnold returned the first of the week from a business trip to born to and Harry Gar Side on tuesday March 15th a Quabon of Lenor been visiting her daughter Wilson Tor a couple of weeks returned to her Home this week Mccormick left last week foil wher9 Ahe Harry Taylor of on a Creston have moved out on Matth mss Daniels was an Atlan news Taylors Mcmartin returned last week from a trip to tic caller miss Priscilla Davis six of her Young lady entertained friends to both our supper saturday evening and a be Blanche Cozad and mrs Rose moore1 pleasant time is reported by All purse House will hold their millinery opening at their respective places of business on Friday and saturday of this Mccurdy returned wednes Day from a business trip to Bone South Charles Robinson and miss Lulu Snelson re turned last week from a shopping expedition in and Faulkner were visitors in Cumberland Henry Limbaugh left or South Dakota wednesday with his House hold his wife and family will in about a Barr and daughter re turned to monday morning having spent a Short time with relatives miss Elma Hunter came up from Tabor saturday afternoon to visit on sunday after noon afew of the ladies met with her and she gave them a report on a recent convention she she returned Home Mon Day misses Bessie and pear1 Vernon were Atlantic callers mobb Corley co Lou entertained number of Young ladies at the Home a very pleasant evening is by All misses Lucy Harris and Ethel Myers returned to their school work at Cedar rapids monday Elliott went to Omaha monday she returned to her Home tuesday Kriger and daughter Mazie went to Griswold tuesday of w was an at lactic caller Andrews and children left for Belle tues Day morning where they will join Daniels who went some time Ngo with their they will Stop at Sturgis Enro Ute and will visit with relatives a Short Graine returned Home from Atlantic tuesday afternoon after a Short visit with and John of Griswold spent sunday Here with Harrison Troup and sister 2tta were Atlantic callers wednes newsy letter from Rogwold prom Telegraph Many local happenings of interim to the readers of this newspaper Braden was an Over sunday visitor at the Home of Joha Taylor in red Meredith returned Southern Missouri Friday morn lag at which place he was looking after business interests Frank Kuester returned to Hia Home in Griswold after several months visit with relatives in West returned Home Satur Day afternoon from a business Tran to the Southern part of Kilgore was called to Coj lege Friday morning by the death of her Uncle who died la Texas and his remains were brought Back to his Home for her sister who lives in Malvern met he in red Oak and two More from Illinois joined them at a and went to College Bill Forsyth of the East Side of town went of Council Bluffs tue to Day morning to attend the Petit miss Ada Wright was called tilt Peru tuesday morning by the Ness of her sister John Dalf who will be operated on and Reinig and son Louie arrived in Griswold sat urday morning after a several months visit in the they Are All looking Misanna Snyder departed Day morning for Idaho where she will teach she her Home at and Al Mew Cass Swartz Wen to red Oak 09 a business trip monday Charles Bratton of Omaha Arr Row de in this City monday morning of relative Sand r miss Burns of Lewis was looking of music scholars in Griswold she had a class Here summer and gave Good John and Henry Bierbaum turned Home from at which place they attended the eral of their Oconnell and daughter Rosellen Hanton went to Omaha Friday morning to visit old time friends and Don Swartz went to red Oak morning with a Bunch of horses for the horse the King of horse buyers bought horses in this City George roup went to red Oak misses Laura and Ruth Wood Ward entertained a few of the Young people tuesday and a very pleasant evening was enjoyed by monday for a Taylor was a Lewis Charles Floto and son were Dot Oak visitors monday Hemstead of red Oak on if Way to Canada stopped i nth if Beitf monday he intends to make Canada his future his and their families have gone or go in a few the ladles of the Central Church gave a dinner Henry Hemstead and miss Helen Mcclusky were married last both of these Young people Are of this Vicinity and they have the Belt wishes of their Many Elmer ii Onnald and wife have started housekeeping in their new Sherdine and son Clar ence Are going to live with Whitman of mount who has been visiting her aunt and Uncle Daugherty of the East Side for the past week returned to her Home of miss Ethel wands who has teaching up near Correctionville to Ftp past two years returned to her Home in this City monday to1 teach South West of town for the Spring the Many friends of Rene Law son will be sorry to hear of his Sud Den after husking Corn All Day wednesday was taken sick on thursday and died Friday night at 8 it will be remembered that he was Hurt by a buy Fork a year ago last summed and was taken to the Hospital in Atlantic for Joe Daley the Light Plant Man going about on crutches and ing with rheumatism for a week or Foster and miss Ethel Wand were married saturday on their Way Home from Griswold from Correctionville where she Haa teaching school for the past two they will return soon an4 Settle on a farm near that the great horse buyer Hall chased 21 head of horses at

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