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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
Official Pap of the Telegraph Cass Conneys Best 2 May 1910 per Yam newsy letter fro Griswold lots of news from Brayton from Telegraph writer i Many local happenings of interest to the readers of this newspaper and John Twining de parted saturday morning for Peru in the Eastern part of the state to visit a brother of John Oglesby who has been very ill for a Long miss Mildred rouses of Lewis was an Over sunday visitor at the Home of her sister Ernest Buckman on the East John Knok was a red Oak visitor on business Mission George Lary has returned to his Home in Griswold Friday afternoon from a business trip up to miss the music teacher of red Oak who has a Large class Here was up thursday and Mike Deer of Des Moines came Down thursday to visit his parents and Deer of the East Side and he went to Elliott saturday to spent a Day wit this sister and fam ily and miss Bertha a former teacher of the Griswold High but now principal of the Emogene schools was married last to Juda of George of Dexter is visiting this week with her daughter miss George a teacher in the High and with her sister James boy Ted Morton who Lias been sick with typhoid for several weeks is reported to be in a very critical condition and they have Little Hope for her and Tom Casey of pleasant had an eight year old son meet with a Bod he climbed into a Wagon and fell in such a Way As to break both Bones in his Hully was called to set the quite a number of Griswold peo pie Are sitting up to see valleys steams Little son is quite who has been very sick with a complication of diseases and the doctor says he can live but a Short and Cal Egge of Oak land were called to Griswold sat urday on account of the serious ill Ness of eggs father Joe Mackrill living two Miles East of town sustained a loss of his largest dark Grey teams that was Worth Winnie Morton and Little son who have been Down with typhoid fever for a log time Are gaining Oconnell and miss fran Cis Casey drove Over to Walnut to spend sunday at the Home of his cousins and Gibbons and to attend the ring ride Perry showers of Lewis is visiting at the Albert Lane willets of Council Bluffs who has been visiting with her parents and Brown re turned Home saturday Fred Hopley of Exira is visiting this week with her parents and miss Sophia Shours and her Olstei Smith of Omaha was called to Lewis Friday by a message from her brother Perry Shours announcing the death of his Little son who was buried in Lewis monday afternoon miss Sophia Shours and sister miss Smith arrived in Griswold for a Short visit before returning to their Home in John Swanson was an Atlantic was an Atlantic visitor and Al Lane returned Home saturday from lives where they were called to attend the fun eral of their Little the son of Mic and and Jack Lawson were in Atlantic transacting business on the ladles of the Christion Church saturday night cleared dollars from their birth each per son pays As Many pennies As the Are years that would a hard some people to Tell their age the sent a special coach up monday morning for the a Comoda Tion of the crowd going to Idaho Mark an old Griswold operator but now of the q head arrived in Griswold on monday morning on Many local happenings weekly review of the news in and around Brayton Oakfield neigh boyhood Brooklyn Man who claims to be heir to English Koob will go to Audubon some time this week to help Bragg of that City paper this sum Viggo Rasmussen was in Hamlin last tuesday on miss Kathleen Freeman came Home from Audubon tuesday evening after a Short visit Nels Hoegh was an Atlantic caller last wednesday Between trains on Koob took Minnie a daughter of Eli Hanson to Atlantic last where she had an operation performed on her Ramie Miller and wife made a trip to Exira last wednesday in his Bud Rendelmen of Exira was transacting business Here last wed Les Day for a few misses Elva Nelson and Meta Han Lansen arrived Home from res Moines saturday where they have College for some Een attending mesdames Ramie Miller and Heidi y Hansen were shopping in Atlantic Between trains Miller started for saturday with her nother chamber Lon who will Nake her Home with miss Pluma Freeman was the guests of her Friend Clara whited n Exira the latter part of last week also attending the class play there saturday Mike Fabricius and children went to Casey saturday to visit for i Short Peter Howell left for ills Home saturday evening m Avoca after an extended visit with relatives Maude Everett came Over from Avoca last thursday to visit among relatives and Percy Freeman came Home from near Exira where he had been lath ing thursday very sick and has been confined to his bed Ever since with lung was an Audubon Busi Ness caller thursday Between Freeman and Daugh ters were guests of friends in at lactic thursday and boy Barhan and friends Blackstack arrived Here from Des Moines Friday to spend their quarterly vacation at the formers Rasmussen of Hamlin was Down Friday calling on his Brothel Viggo Rasmussen Nelson bought the inter National Auto of his brother Nels Nelson Anne Nelson came Down from Hamlin Friday and stayed until Sun Day with he John Weighton of Audubon had his men commence on the county Bridge Over the Thielen Creek East of town Nelson had his Fine Black driving team badly Cut up in the wire last thursday evening while driving across a Field West of town they got tangled up in a wire once and were badly Cut before they quite Arnold moved his household goods from the Kelley Resi Dence to the residence near the old Green Bay lumber Lar son moved from that House to the one vacated by and Frank Jenkins and and Bartlett made a business trip to Walnut last thurs Day in the formers John Curry and Boggess of Atlantic were up Over night Friday at the Hallock Home where they fixed his Gas Jess Mcnary of Audubon was an Over sunday visitor at the Parrott Chris and Sidney Nelson started to build a Large barn on the farm where Robert Oathoudt lives West of town the first of the Rasmussen got a Block of Cement walks Laid by saturday eve they have been unable to work this week on account of the Rainy miss Mary Hansen came Down from Audubon saturday evening after visiting there a Short she Lewis notes of Teresi regular weekly letter personal mention of people 1m near that Little Marion cutting came from Des Moines thursday afternoon to visit with friends and Alico Wood Ward and Sou Dow left for Friday to visit with George a Lac and they returned to their Homo miss Georgia Byrne went to Oak land Friday to give music thursday evenly at eight Oclock at the Home of Wheeler occur de the marriage of miss Goldie Daniels to Guy Pablo performed the ceremony in tile presence of a few assembled guests Young couple left for Dakota Friday morning whore they will hold Down a claim the Best wishes of the Community go1 with them a Happy and prosperous latest news from Anita Many items of interest latest new from that town presented by special correspondent miss Vivian Fordyce started i a thursday morning for a month visit with relatives in Des Vernon and other Points in the Eastern part of the she pets to be gone a month the St Grade of the Anita school have prepared a Good program next thursday afternoon to which All the friends of the school arh Simon Smith is away this week on a trip to Canada to see the and Hyde who have been living in Michigan for some years have move cd to Anita to make their Hyde Mills was a business caller in at Antic will Joyce and baby came Down from Atlantic Friday evening to visit her parents ii Batersby Jii Lui rowits mor six Feil four is i Govil judge of Kentucky looks like Mil Indiana circuit rider of the old has a Yankee twang in miking and heaps of or Prince As he insists i being according to his the son of the late King of he has a lawyer and 11 mass of papers he will Provo his right to be the ruler of Grout lie is going London within to next two weeks to Lay his claim before my nov King Nolph 1ms u Long history in and around York find in months lived in the he has two who address him us your whore Guelph secures his Money Sims been i but be gives to impression that it comes from this Point will go to prove my right to the throne when i my letters and where 1 secure my Siirid Prince in meantime Prince John Bax Given up 1 Dollar a Day hotel rooms for a More modest room at Montague you he my father had been ill for some and wife returning Homo saturday miss Edith Elston came in from Des Moines Friday afternoon to visit her parents Alston and wife Slio returned to her studios at formerly Donahoe of Anita Drake wednesday Furness Morton Canio in Dakota Friday afternoon to a Lolly visit will visit her sister Here before go ing to her Home in Elk misses Anna and Amelia Ander son came Home from Audubon sat urday after spending some time at that miss Leila and Frank Wagner of Anita wore sunday visitors at the Kaslor of Iconium Koob takes chaise of Hemann Dodge first of next month of friends in last Pearl was the Grosl Omaha several lavs orphanage Hoiming who has Boon the Arthur Thompson has been i 1ilstor lutheran under the doctors care for the past Church for several years will go to week having heart miss Mary Curry of Atlantic was a guest at the Hallock Home saturday and Dodge to take charge of the Ger Man lutheran orphanage in that he will leave Atlantic the last of the month or the first of next Hemann has made Manv the Post Filce will change its to friends in Atlantic during his pastor cation some time this moving into the building formerly occur ate Here and his work for the Church has been of exceptional Al his brother Morton and to returned Homo tuesday after and Porry Moi in the loss of their baby boy who did Friday funeral was hold at the Homo saturday of Gable had charge of the services and interment made in the Oakwood a few of the Little friends of Dow Woodward spent the afternoon with him thursday and helped him Cele brate his second a very afternoon was enjoyed by Trio Little Clarence Hedges of at Antic visited from wednesday until i Day with her parents Hopley and Crescent club met at the Homo of miss Edith Brown saturday Walters of Cuncill huffs is visiting her parents and Phillips wont to at and her old neighbors and Are very glad to see her return to her old Galiher have con traded for the Sale of the Coal Oil burners and the find them All they will soon put the on the mar Kot mrs Henry Murray of Atlantic is having a weeks visit with her daughter King and family in Lincoln and Campbell visited last sunday with Noach and arrangements Are under Way to organize a sunday school at Willow Grove school House in tha near miss Fay Leach was an Over Day visitor with Adair Mcwaid of tic was up last Friday looking Aften her farm near Fred Robinson who has been in Des Moines the past Winter Stufft ing pharmacy returned Home week and will resume work in majors drug store and to resume his studies in Des Mointa this fall to finish his course of Anderson started saturday for Sioux City the class Sermon to the graduate ing class of the High school Given last sunday evening at Church by the pastor w saturday evening to moot her daughter Richardson George Allenson who Hap and pied by the Green Bay lumber j though his friends regret that he is will commence shortly and Frank j leaving the City they Are pleased Jenkins will use the Post folic building for a real estate miss Anna Anderson left for Anita monday where she will sew for John Hansen came up from Atlantic sunday on business and Al so visited with his brother Hansen and Herrick and Jen that he is to go to a larger gets new Type Telegraph gets rid of a lot of junk riled during years of till Sillows the Telegraph Force is Busy put Ting Brand new Type into the Kins returned from Audubon abort practically an of the old Type on Deen monday where the latter nand Nero and accumulated during went to file on her sh6 will the Many years this newspaper has to Only seven Miles from a Railroad j in business has been sold off at Sam Ulrich of Atlantic cal1 Pound rates and new material is to led on friends Here King its now faces have been Anderson and family came secured for the Job printing depart Here from Avoca monday where j ment which is running along full they have been visiting a number from Here attended the High school play in Exira saturday evening All reporting it very Lohner of Exira was attending to business friends and relatives arrived in Brayton with the remains of Edgar Powell from near Omaha tuesday and was burled in the Oakfield he was at one time a Farmer in this miss Lottie Chamberlen was a caller in Exira Bartlett was a business caller in Atlantic i pay highest Price for Marquis the Telegraph works a larger number of employees than Ever in its the Start on new things has just the Telegraph believes in advertising and wants its patrons to know that even better service than heretofore is in store for real estate transfers Elliott it Al to William Elliott we ne1 nw4 14 also s2 nw4 nw4 14 and e acres of ne4 nw4 nw4 14 All in 75 37 Moreland and of to Thom As Cunningham Walt 4 blk 89 1st add George b Gars de and of to John Connelley Walt 17 blk 7 Mas Sena and baby of they came Down from Atlantic saturday evening in an miss Genevieve Hedges of Atlan tic visited saturday and sunday at the Homo of Corley Mary Smith and sister so phia showers came in from Omaha saturday afternoon to attend the funeral of their Brothers Funk returned Homo from the Atlantic Hospital saturday afternoon some improved Ift miss Lottie Wheeler wont to Vil Lisca monday afternoon to visit her grandmother a few Shearer departed for Idaho Falls tuesday afternoon to visit her son Martin and limn and daughter Blanche drove to Atlantic saturday to moot their daughter and sister Hazel Lunn who returned from Colo Roda having spent the past few years teaching Coe went to Nebraska sat urday morning to look at Ian Harris and Davis started for Idaho tuesday afternoon to look at the land Kiehl went to Anita tuesday evening to visit her son a few miss Carrie was an Over night visitor in Atlantic miss Gladys Burkhalter returned Home from Atlantic wednesday of ladies Aid society of the Christ Ian Church held a dinner at the Home of Snodgrass wednes Boon stopping with his daughter in Konsis for some months returned to Anita last and Felt baby who have been visiting friends in the old Homo in returned Home last Worthing is spend inf a week in Omaha with her Eph the Brick work on now buildings Are about Bert Conley of Council Are and Sam Sampson who live at 502 Spruce Street Are the parents of a Fine pair of twins born yes Mother and children Are do ing Well but Sam is said to be in a critical r cuffs and her two children visiting her people in Boyle returned lasts she visited friends in Liberty and Iowa City on her Ward the misses Haist wont to Moines tuesday to be on time for the excursion trip starting w Day morning for they poet to stay in that country and it with their parents a Anita will miss them very the juniors had a Gay time wednesday of last week entertaining report a Tine a base Ball game Friday after noon Between the Anita and Berland High schools resulted in a score of 12 to g in favor of a number of Anita voters to Adair Friday evening to the Garit Cushman has me iced his third year As pastor of the congregational Latt Friday evening the congregation held a business meeting and report of the Lancial work of the Church showed the condition the Best for after this a Good social was had and refreshments were Cushman has had or Calls recently and with an crease in his salary but has to remain Here the coming Fordyce entertained the club one Day last week at 5 Oclock dinner and and Little continued on a j Page
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