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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Cass county bes i newsy letter Iroy Olswold Peom Telegraph writer local happenings of interest to the readers of this v newspaper Joe Wellch and miss Esther returned to their Home in Griswold thursday evening from a visit of several weeks with a daughter and family in and Bothy arrived in Griswold saturday from they visited at the Home of Fred Taylor returned Home Friday from a trip to Des Moines Ralph wife and baby from arrived Here Friday on a Short visit at the Home of and Mayo Limon Pharo has been on the sick list for several Matthews met with a Panfu Accident saturday morning by fal Ling Down stairs and breaking three Winter Stern has been quite the past week or More and mrs Emigh of Atlantic were Over sunday visitors at the Home of her and lots of news from Rayton Many local happenings weekly review of the news in and around neigh boyhood Howard Kettel and wife of Audubon were calling on friends Here tuesday nos Larsen was transacting by Fri in Atlantic tuesday Between the Glidden Pathfinder passed through Oakfield tuesday about a number of our Automo a lists going to Atlantic to meet Mollie Jenkins left for a monday to file on her claim she Drew last Julius Herrick accompanied Besom attended the elks Lodge in Atlantic monday miss Amelia Anderson has been visiting friends in Audubon the first of the Horton and family has been tue guests at tic Horton ionic at May Charles who was appointed to supreme court per year Milton miss Francis Cosen of Ridge was an Over sunday visitor at the Home of her mrs Jack Lawson and Hilts and daughter of at lactic came saturday for a Short vis it at the Ackerman f Salisbury returned from his trip to Des Moines the latter part of the Allison went to Omaha Fri Day morning to spend sunday with his wife who is in the Joseph mrs Allison is reported to he getting along Oconnor returned Home monday from Villisca where be was saturday to preach the funeral Sermon of an old Friend Sun Rob Donahoe living Down on Swanson ave is quite baby is some the Schuler received a car Load of automobiles monday Roy willets of Council arrived in Griswold monday for a at the Home of her John Lawrence the vote Elliott was in Griswold monday on business Elliott of Lewis was in monday afternoon Between miss Lulu Kincade of Omaha was Griswold on a visit to her miss Mazie Kreger of Lewis was Over sunday visitor at the Home miss Jennie Jones made a business trip to Omaha monday Clovis visited sunday with his Clovis and family of red Oak mrs Johnson returned Home last week from a trip to she has been for some time visiting her her Little Daugh Ter who has been visiting there re turned with Grinnel received two car this Frank Freeman went to Omaha and Buckley on business last monday Gene Wilson of census enumerator was taking the census of Bray ton town last Harris returned to Lewis last wednesday after visiting her daughter mrs Lincoln Akers for some Kathleen Freeman is staying with her grandparents in and Jeff Lewis for a Short Buck was a county seat visit or last week on Gussie Smith called on her aunt John Peterman in Audubon Soren Bertlesen had some improvements made on his residence in Oakfield last Sam Ulrych of Atlantic called on Frienda trains he is now working for the Green Bay lumber in miss Gertrude Bashan of extra was the guest of relatives Here few Days last miss Olive Bachan was in Audubon saturday where she visited at the Lewis Gill and daughter of extra were sunday visitors with friends word was received from water Loo one Day last week telling of the of miss Esther sore risen of that City and Louis rold of Avoca the Bride is a daughter of and Nels Sorenson formerly Resi dents and mrs rold will make their Home in Peter Hansen and daughter Mary of Elk Horn visited the first of the week at the Home of and mrs John Larson West of Percy Freeman was in Audubon several Days last week doing some John Bergh latest news from Anita Many items of interest latest new from that Busy Little Towb presented by special correspondent Holmes came from Wisconsin and is visiting his daughter Blanclard and Bosley of Atlantic visited with Anita friends Slugg was Vinable to fill the pulpit last sunday but has improved so much that he is Able to be Down town Scott and wife of grand visited friends Here and at Casey last he re turned Home the congregational people United with the evangelical Church in an Endeavor service last sunday eve Wilson had business in Atlantic Nate Mcvey started monday for fort Collins and Denver and from will take her Mother Back to Wyoming with v mrs Henry Rasmussen went to Mamlin tuesday to Visic with her daughter who is Dollie Coe of extra spent monday with relatives the Brayton base Ball team will give a social at the Hall Bell was an atlant caller and Jewett of Alt spent sunday at the be Spry was an Atlantic Call evening Larsen is doing some re pair work on the residence of Chris the City Council had the streets in Brayton graded Jens Juhl and sons Are doing the using the steam Lafe Simpson and de season of Audubon were business callers Here few Days last week at the Barrett miss Graham of Atlantic was a Wiota visitor Simpson was in Atalic on business on Tea Richter was in Atlantic last wednesday having some dental work mrs Sherret was a Des Louie Peterson and i Moines visitor thursday and Friday Maude were callers be tween trains Here Rasmussen begun to build George visited Sun Day with her sister in Holmes of Anita spent Mon Ceimet walks tuesday beginning at Day at the Cornell the Cement factory and extending Foster visited a few them to the Bridge Oil the South j lays last week at the e Patton Chris loads of automobiles monday and they Are Underwood returned Home monday from Omaha where went to visit her Allison who is in the Hospi Tal Jack Graves and wife of Omaha arrived in Griswold tuesday on a via it to her George Grosh Ong and Tom Forsyth went to Lewis tuesday on a business Donahoe went Down to red Oak tuesday afternoon for a visit at the Home of her John Good Jones and his daughter in Law Jones returned Home tuesday afternoon from and Oliver Kimball and daughter were Atlantic visit Era Salisbury sold his in Terest to Bis or the forepart of the Hies mlle of Council Bluffs was to iting at the Home of John having accompanied Christofferson and Knud Nel sen were among the jury men from Here at Audubon Achard manager of the Elk Horn and Kimballton lumber Yards at Hamlin was a business visitor Here last miss Luttle Freeman came Home from Audubon wednesday stay for some she has been sew ing in Chrystena Petersen was taken to Atlantic last by Koob where she had an operation performed on her and Lee Anich of sex Lra were callers Here making the trip in an Clark and daughter Nel lie rambo arrived Here from Des Molnes wednesday to visit her son Richard Clark for a few Days be fore going to their new Home in the lower room at the Oakfield school and the Brayton school were out for vacation the up per room at the Academy has one month Ray Lenard of Audubon was the guest of friends at the free Jan Home from Friday till Mon Ralph to takes of Exira was transacting business Here miss Letta Smith visited with her Mother mrs or urgent in Harlan from Friday until the Landes Aid met at the Home of Arthur Anderson South of town last Lake and Howard Ulrych came Back from Audubon sunday to vis it friends John Fred Gerenek and Joshua cousins went Over to Hal locks Timber sunday and caught three smal cousins took them to Audubon tuesday to get the inome near Art Rice and Clint Foster were Des Moines visitor and love and Cooms spent sunday at the Mcwaid Home in Barrett spent wednesday with her parents in and Rob Bell from near Cumberland visited sunday at the Mcdermitt Roe was an Atlantic caller Moore was an Atlan tic visitor of South Dakota where he will spend a month taking treatment for his the met with Stone tuesday afternoon and had an interesting one new members name was added to the some definite work was plan Ned for the coming Fred Knowlton and wife and family were Over sunday visitors Al the Home of his brother in mrs Voorhees entertained a Small company of friends Friday afternoon in Honor of her guest mesdames Bon Trager and miss Ethel Stone visited in the country wednesday at the Home of Star romans smother mrs Voorhees and mrs cunning Ham were guests of Charles Faulkner Boyle is visiting this week in Iowa City and will be Home the last of the the annual commencement of the Anita High school will be held in the opera House May address by the class play will be Given at the same place May the class Sermon will be delivered by Shugg sunday evening May and Sam and Kinnard spent last sunday at the John Cooper and Delthe and Daugh Ter Ruby and Fred Kuehn visited at the Campbell and Kelley were guests at the Home of Leach last the entertainment announced to Rhody goes to Sioux cd Elf will run Neal our Well known local Young starts in business for himself at once the Many friends of Rhody the harness Man of this City will be delighted to team that he has barked in the Neal Institute Bush Ness for himself and has leased a Fine property in Sioux he has just returned from there where he looked Over the ground and says he is Well satisfied with the the Atlantic Man will leave Here next monday he intends to continue in the harness Busine Here and the place will be in charge of Silas Bills Well known to local the Sioux City Institute will be located at 1625 Douglass Street one of the prettiest Home of that it is a Large two Story building situated in Alful grounds and will be an idea place for the the graph can say for Rhody that of is the kind of a Man who will make a Success of the business and Hia Many Friend Here certainly wish him brother of will remain with the harness store for some time had no overcoat All thru Winter Green Back again he buys in overcoat in Atlantic to protect himself tills Cool May weather j who came to county forty one years ago and aged Motton who with typhoid Feyer to about the Nelson had some repairs made on hit furniture and implement stores this Smiths Lake the Aid society met with Clarence Smith thursday regardless of the Rainy weather some were present and several pounds of carpet rags Musson made some changes in the Telephone system in this Vicinity All South of the Church that were on line 17 were changed to word has been received of the marriage of Hugh by of this place but now of Nebraska on account of the bad weather no one met to practice singing thurs Day Farmers Are Busy planting Herbert Smith attended the the creation Friday evening and remained Over sunday with her Mother Herb Smith and wife of Marne were Over thursday visitors for Aid society and Vern Hedrick Are the proud parents of a baby boy fallen Miller arrived Mother and babe Are doing Fine and the of the it in thought with proper care Vern week to Tott will be few have been Given last Friday evening at the congregational Church was postponed on account of the rain until tuesday evening of this it was a Success financially As Well As to the Point of the violin duet by Anna Weigand and Millie Lattig was Fine and the piano solos by Earl Beckhart was enjoyed and showed him to be a player above the he is Lorah there was a Good attendance at sunday school in the Lorah Church sunday Otto Hansen spent sunday at the parental and Henry Hansen of Atlantic came up sunday to visit Vith their son Chris returning to heir Home on sop Hub Hanson went up to Bray on Jerry Cornell sold 45 hogs to Green last Henry Bopp lost eight head of horses and Mccaret and was visiting at the Han Claus sen Home last and Robert Jensen and Little son spent sunday at the Chris Hanson Bruner delivered about 1500 bushels of shelled Corn to the ele Vator last and Green went to Atlantic in their Auto last thurs they came Back on the train and left their Auto in the repair making a Good Success in that line in misses Caroline and Emma Haist Start next tuesday for to visit their parents and Avill make a visit in the coun they will be greatly missed by their friends As they have lived in Anita Many tied near Cumberland Day from Texas where of has been spending the Winter started in by buying himself a overcoat from one of at antics clothing this is the Fortl overcoat i have had this said we dont use things in Green is now quite in years but in excellent he spends the Summers in the and the Winters along the Gulf six Miles South of san he says that there is a lot of land along the Gulf which he a Oduj have refused As a gift a few year ago which is now Selling from to per great stretched of country which was formerly up with Cactus is now being put to he has visited the City of Taft which is located in the Corpus Christ in this place Taft brother of the president building up a big Cotton he has four Hundred to five mexicans Clearing the ground and will put Many acres in ton is Selling now 10 to 15 cents cording to the which Makoff it bring to per 4 half a bundle to the acre makes Eoto ton farming Worth while and acre run As High As a Ball or a and a half to the Green has a farm two North of he will leave in a few Days for Estherville wharf he will visit a Anderw Anderson bought a Bunch of Brood bows of Stephen Spry has about 500 Little is has been the guest of Voorhees for the past Sherrer of Davenport is in the City this week and looking after Rofe lot in the cemetery and placing the Monument which is the work of a Davenport firm and is 1eng set up by fanning of Philadel phia gave his Temperance lectures in Anita last thursday and Friday they Are the Best that have been Given Here for he is working for state wide prohibition and will spend three months in the state in that Elston accompanied elision Mother to Atlantic thursday morning and from there she went to Van meter to spend the summer with friends expects to spend the summer fishing and he will be at spirit Lake a Good part of the time will meet his four Sisters there in family will answer Cummins special to the Telegraph Des May Moises capital this afternoon a Short Telegram which states that Walter l Smith in his speech at Viv Llaca next monday evening will answer parts of senator cum Mem speech at Des Moines monday night Macomber and Frank returned Home from Moines Friday Papage son Dos f congregational Kensington Kensington held at the Home of yesterday was one of the Pretti Oft social affairs of the it was very largely attended and All the Dies who were present say they event a delightful ments were the were red including a Fin Floral

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