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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - March 5, 1915, Attica, Indiana Indi or the Attica Ledger press Ross Brothers publisher Attica Indiana. Friday. March 5, 1915. Esta bushed 1851�?l.-p. Vol. 3, no. 23 Sam Small famous lecturer to open local option fight meeting will be held in the presbyterian Church and will be preceded by concert by National band. Are we letting a Good thing slip i Sam French Well known i fined for bootlegging. It would seem to us that the com i Farmer is stricken by death p riday Juffe Schoonover sentenced a Mercial club As an org ionization should Gray haired Bootleg r to ninety dds be taking a Little More interest in after illness of two weeks with in jail and added a Fine of $50 and costs. Some expect to see William make horsemen predict a great season for Otterbein horse typhoid fever end comes suddenly at 2 15 o clock on last saturday afternoon. Be the warmest local option Campaign Attica has Ever had will be fired at the presbyterian Church on fat iday veiling March 12-h. The speaker will be or. Sam Small an orator of National reputation Reco Niz d As one of the strongest lecturers enlisted in the great fight to banish the Saloon from the United states. Or. Small Cumes to Attica under the auspices of the National anti Saloon league but his coming at this time will be Ulilis Das the begin ring of the local furthering the proposition for the j erection of another Brick Plant in at Tica. In spite of the fact that financial j i matters Are very close at this time the the opening gun in what promises to of slowly but steadily Ever since the plan was launched and the response has been such that the proposition is . There is no other factory that could to this City that promises better returns for the Money invested and in which there is so Little Chance for loss As this. The reasons for this Are simple. The raw material costs practically nothing save the expense of handling and utilizes a great natural asset of the Community. The process of manufacture is simple and is easily Organ option fit the lecture will begin at i High priced skilled labor is attendance 8 00 o clock and the National hand will Quot it required. The overhead expense i Williamsport boy and is very Little there being no salaried by or officers except the superintendent. The 1 a a a Jim. The burial was Market for the product is one of the Highland cemetery most stable of All the industries and the Williamsport Demard is growing faster than the 3- and was the son of the of production const a gently the expense of Selling i lower than in most the old Man was William Kinney of Coal Creek and he was arrested last fall following a fight Between him and his son in which the latter used an a after an illness of two weeks with a old Man. Typhoid fever Samuel l. French a Well character about the Coal mines in that change of venue in hazing Case. A motion for a change of venue was filed at Lafayette monday by attorneys for Mable Rogers in her damage it Uit against Mary Clark Ruth c wan May Blue Mary Sheridan Agnes Phillips Esther Kisner and Helen Lee. The plaintiff brought suit against the Purdue a ties last april and asks >7,< in dam Ages she alleges that she was hazed and known Young Farmer of Shawnee township died at his Home two and a half i a time when there were Miles Southeast of Fountain at 2 15 employed at Oak Creek o clock saturday afternoon. The news 1 regarded As the Leader among of his death was not unexpected As his condition had been very serious for two eral Days but nevertheless it brought a feeling of sadness upon every one who knew Nim. The funeral was held monday at 1 00 o clock in the methodist Church at Williamsport Rev. William Wilmer of licit them. He has been in numerous fights and accidents and has had close Chris to death. At the trial the state made a Clear Case him but on account of his age and his inability to pay the line the court suspended the a Day sentence altho he will have to Lay out the Tine and costs. Record i under two minutes this ear and Nfay equal Dan Patch William the sensational pacing horse is enjoying a Winter s rest at the farm of his owner a e. Vanzatta at of hat she suffered injuries which will Serbein and while the recent Sale of anther her during Lif. She Confin a rectum l 1 5m has served to Brineff to a local Hospital for some time that horse prominently before the pub a iter the alleged hazing which occur Lic the tall Bay Colt from the Banks of it d in january. I jul. The complaint the a Bash will undoubtedly prove a rth that the plaintiff was roughly stumbling Block in the path of the handled painted with red Ink stuck a Champion for or. Vanzatta states he pins and thrown into a Bath tub is Strong a d ready for a hard Cam water. The Case had been set pain. There has been much talk among for next monday in the Superior court horsemen As to the Chance for improve Clark one of the defendants is ment on the part of a rectum i., and. Tit piously ill. And when the change of great horse that he is Many of his venue is granted an Atli Davit under the strongest admirers feel his increase in statutes will be tiled by attorneys for late Henry French. He grew up in Williamsport attended the schools industries. There is no depreciation in Ere and married a schoolmate miss the finish product and no risks of by of borne daughter of or. Osborne. They have lived very happily damage by fire or Twood. Altogether it appears to be the safest and surest together and three children to sort of an Enterprise in which to invest Home Cleo. Aged u. Virl Money and the Prospect of profitable you a Myears of age. For returns seems the most certain. A veral years the family resided a the or. C. E Poston who owns the print now in operation Here naturally opposes Sii Awne township and took us their residence Covington merchant to retire. The most important la if Ess Deal a j r which has been made in Covngton a his season will be much less than the defense asking that the Case be �?z.0 i. a a a a of Era 1 of the Best judges be continued until such a time As miss Lieve the horse has already reach his Clark can appear for trial limit a second in denial was with William the Prospect is entirely y will Wood attorney for the different he is of Quot technically a five Fiffi it alleges that after the 111 give a cart r the y be air g the a Etc e being to it a i. The. No Indica in it he i it a. The Crow ii i t l it it i Vity. uts the 1 in Quot rest k the a Quot i h Vuk ill f i nere be in or re i t. H Raj Eli an i the it citation no is i it or. i Lel Iamb w. I a i thru us s uth where if Mai y years he Ai h in Quot Liev sati Jones As an Evang list. He v. As born in knoxvilletenn., graduated at Emory and Henry College and in addition has degrees from two universities. He studied la a Anil served As private Secretary to sex president Johnson followed that statesman s fortunes to the i United states Senate he is h trained journalist has written several books and has edited the Atlanta Constitution and other Well known Southern newspapers. He has to ured the building of another Plant but this is in instance where the interests of the Annm Puriity tray iced these of the individual. Nature h is Seiuli it a de Attica Vii Hsuch a Bountiful sup Fily of shale a hat the nne Plant could not utilize it in a h indred ears and it Wou d be almost criminal a it allow such a Vulva but Corn Inferri in to lieu used. The led re res aids Tiee w by an Ilant or a z of i Tii Hougui ure or. St i. Til Ai,2, Nom Cable degree a a Here Are four Lar Factor it s at Danville three at rave i re it file. Ten or twelve at Lara i Ard at , it Hio. There Are said to or lifted a. It would appear to us thai a or us of factories in or a Vici , Viu Dudy advertise the a or duct of ail More and thus add to the prestige of the City concerned. It is prancally Assur i d that the Bussell giant will be Tuik Here but there is some Dasger that it will be necessary to Market ome of the Stock outside of Attica. And this is the very that Attica shut d not permit to occur. This is the Only Cju Arrel we have there. He was an in it Lustrous worker i honest and capable and was just get ing Well started in life. He was a member of thu order of elks at Lafay a a Ette the Knigh s of pythias at Attica. I the Masi uric Lodge at Odell and All if these lodges were refer Esprit a among the pallbearers at his funeral. The i los conducted their burial ceremony at the grave. In in 1. i and l i oni Ian Donahie he had Rimai y Fri ads Arci death is a matter of Sivere regret to the. M All. to his a Minu Divite or. Ere he is survived by his Mother mrs. Cada French of Wii Ivain part an Uncle Louis e. Quot Rench of East of at Rica and an aunt mrs. I ibb of West for $500. Ernil Lindburg has i vested a settlement with the Wabash Railroad for injuries done to his five year old son Charles Grant Lindburg in the wreck at the River Bridge in this City last april and the lad will received Nii. With or. Post it a. He does nut live in owing to the fact that the boy is a ,. J. Attica All of his Persona interests sex minor a suit had to be filed and a court in Many National gatherings and his. I i j r a j ,.cent the Brick factory Are elsewhere record made of the transaction in order oratory easily places him among the., a .11and m constr Wuence none of the Rutits to make the settlement Legal great speakers of the country. The suit was filed at Lafayette and then by agreement a judgement was rendered in the boy s favor for $5 1 1 and duly and in const Pience none of the profit from the business and they have been j very Large Are expended Here. When swedish Young folks celebrate. I another Plant is erected in Attica it the Young people s Endeavor society i should be financed by Attica men Man made a matter of record of the swedish lutheran Church enjoy aged by Attica men and the profits the Little fellow was with hied a most pleasant time saturday even divided among Attica men. Ing at the Home of or. And mrs. Theo the commercial club has a very vital Dore Holm. The regular meeting time j interest in projects such As this and it was Friday evening but it was changed i Jug neglecting its duty to saturday so that Charles Holm who is a student at Purdue could be Pree sent. Fifty one were present and enjoyed the evening s entertainment. The program for the evening was devoted to the poet Longfellow it being the anniversary of his birth. It was also the 25d anniversary of the society. Several piano selections were Given by misses Bertrice Swanson and Ella Larson and a duet by miss Minnie Peterson and mrs. Oscar Carlson. A letter written to Tom Leif and the other employees of the Leif buggy co., by Mies Hazel Gustus who is employed As office girl for that company but who is enjoying a visit with her brother in Kissimmee fla., was read by miss Esther Lyons. Following the program refreshments were served. Misses Ella and Clara Loreen and Peter Peter Bon of Lafayette who visited Over sunday at the Holm Home were out of town guests. The next meeting will be held St. Patrick s Day at the Home of or. And mrs. 1 l. Johnson. The Luther league of the sgt a dish lutheran Church wiil Nieset wedge Day evening at the it inv of p ter son. Or. And mrs Cri rules Cumi it off Oun Tairi it r. I Attica a Urcelay attended the. A a Xor rna. Linen irn part f f to e f. K from a visit in Eri a mrs. Marion it a i a t restive mrs. 1 -11 1 Fri Ria ii. 1 is a gut of u l a and finnly. L in. R de Ymme. 1 of Lii. V i r a la d a to dish of f Wedro in w. , of a states now dry. Since the first of the year the Legislatures of Alabama and Arkansas have passed state wide prohibition Laws. This places sixteen states in the dry column the other fourteen being Arizona Colorado Georgia Kansas Maine Mississippi North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma Oregon Tennessee Virginia Washington and West Virginia. This is just one third of the total number of states and they contain about one fourth of the population of the United states. The proportion of population to number of states is Cut Down by Arizona Colorado Maine North Dakota and Oregon the combined population of which is hardly c Ual to that of the comparatively Small state of Massachusetts. Of the other eleven states eight of them contain Over six million negroes from which race the Whites politically in control Are Moat eager to keep liquor. The Temperance society of the methodist Church with Headquarters at to Peka Kansas announces that during the coming year wet and dry votes Wil be Tak. N in the follow state Idah Iowa. Mar it la eve h nip hire new it Lutico of iof h Arolina and ver and Loeb retire. I h a c ctn firm of Charles has r t in d from Ettle rent d n Al .1rs will i. Read thru the court. week Vir. To. Transfer d h 1 Lere Bis Pir Liati a k a. Mccurdy a.-,o this 1 a a latter Lulli d a a it Ilion in v. Iuri a r v bark re y. A docs Lay was Fiu had parents near the front of the Day coach when the wreck occurred and the end of this car went Down into the River. They escaped thru a window and at the time thought they were unhurt except for bruises. Later it develop that mrs. Lindburg had a rib broken and the boy had sustained a Shock which seems to have affected his spine. Since the wreck he has entirely lost the Power of speech and his general health has been impaired. He is being taken to Danville every week for treatment but thus far has made Little permanent Echo from the past. W. E. Bilsland City treasurer of Covington has received a letter from a Man in Kansas who claims that he has $5,000 of old Covington City Bonds which he wants paid. In examining the records or. Bilsland says he has found that the Bonds were issued in 1870, forty five years ago on behalf of the Attica and Terre haute Railroad but the Bonds were never sold and it is a mystery How they into Possession of this Kansas Man. The Railroad referred to is evidently the old Towpath Road. George Nebeker was president of the Road when the Bonds were . Haupt dead. Charles Haupt died Friday morning at the Home of his brother in Williams Lort. He Wasi ears of age and f or a numb t of years was Foreman cof the malleable Iron works at Hoopeston. ears ago he re it d i position there and n turned to Willi . Sort and had been there Ever since. He is sur vivid two Sois Ede a of Lik Inri polls and Lla roid of Bucago. Many years was closed Friday when j. Loeb owner of one of the largest stores and oldest in number of years in the county seat disposed of the Stock to the Keith bros., of Seymour. In the Deal or. Loeb comes into Possession of 072 acres of Jackson county land. The new proprietors Are owners of several Large stores and Are practical business men. The store building is not included in the Deal. Or. Mitchell of Seymour now has charge and will be the manager under the new firm. Or. Loeb expects to retire from Active participation but will retain his residence in Covington. Kramer mail contract let. Beach whose bid of a year was the submitted for the contract of carrying the mail on the. Attica Kramer Star route will succeed Fred Allenduff Quot july 1st. His bid is consider us very Low inasmuch As he has to make thirteen trips a week two each week Day and one on sunday serving twelve Rural patrons each trip the submitted for this work gives some indication of what would Hap Ien if the Rural delivery service a s put on a contract basis As s Une congressmen propose. The figure at which the new contract was let is less than $1.4 a Day for drive of 20 Miles Lue contractor to furnish and maintain his own Rig. Or. Allenduff has been carrying the route four years at scion a year. Big damage suit on trial. It has to be the Case that jury in the Fountain circuit court Are a Novelty and considerable interest was manifested when the Petit jury was i year old and if he meets with no ill Fortune and train s kindly. Shoum prove Well nigh the coming seas on. Last year this Colt paced 21 heats in races and against time at an average of two minutes and forty live hundreds of a Sevoid a in it Rem showing for any , you g or old. And All tills v. As m his first year on the grand circuit. This is a greater a in lenient thai a Ever been credit in to to y o or horse in his four it ear of d Torrn. A Chat it i. Entirely with i the. Noun o. Reas in to or. Diet William will a Ace close to tiie ,.-hip d 1 j Nego shied by the in d a tech at l Xing on in the fal. Of county so a a ions. That Patti i ton Hor is seen to be the favorite ii Muntain county by a Larte in reveal i by a re sort just Issue by Purdu u Dver it Ity Cha ering the of stallions in Indiana thru out the p St year. There Are .>7 Plai Titt s cause of action accrued and. By fore the present action was brought the plaintiff and the defendants com promised and settled All matters in controversy bet Veen them growing out of maters Coni Plain it a i of by the pain tits and that the Date Ige it Noa inf Plain de of were fully paid Laju dated. Frank Kimmel local attorney for the plaintiff that any had been . Juige v i Tun a not decided to what coun v the Case will be claims mrs. Campbell at Ripe old age of eighty yrs. Was daughter of noted Pioneer preacher and past most of her life in the Vicinity of Bethel c Hurch mrs Caroline Campb it Ril the aged Mother of mrs. E. D Purviance and will Campbell died sunday afternoon at 1 a Quot a o clock after a do Clin extending Over several weeks. Death occurred at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. Mary c. I Arnell. With whom she had lived for several years. The funeral service was held tuesday morning at the Parnell Home in Lafayette at t o o clock after which the body was brought to Attica on the Wabash train and buried in Riverside pm Tery the funeral party going directly from the train to the cemetery. Caroline 1 Camf Ibell was the second daughter and third child of Rev. Richard ind Vancy Hargrave and first opened her eats of it a the world m a methodist parsonage on the Honey Creek list nor in Sullivan and Vigo counties. April 1-. I Asch Dushe was Lantere Ted in the work of the Church and of the Community in general and met with courage a a cheerfulness . Mong her happiest Das were the Tiv Eyears a Lentin Ireen site ind., where her a Quot Ather served i St Aspa Cor and la Ras residing elder. Here she a a Ember of mrs s girls Ard r i ged a the student if a of us Sciury r own i Auvy it Ivr us. He family the shown i Williamsport s new paper. A nou. It thru ,-�?�.�?�oiun, Sev eks ago w h to Fiu int la to it i n 1 or t 01 apr Quot ii a in twin Ora itch .0 Luc c Inu Iet d o Cofia g. His John. A c r. Iii at life Piaf it to i Someth. Erly the old rep Biichel. Lit Rhi cd ins h up. F n the i Ltd a i ii Ort tune he leased room Furm by the re Vii a und it a lil of the the latter Lazier a ars a r. Iii at life ars one Ivd for in Irei each tie 11. E m l in tric with at a Heiar 1 u was arime a d to at. R 1 a Root h. R i a d w r Arri d .1 or a Tri a -. La via t he r \ ii Tion of i 1 in. A or tent to of. A id . 0 farm i a 1. To d Dath r. H. In cited r ctr tf.,. Mother or in 11. A Ness of 11 be r a them Jer Oti a stallions registered for service in fun several months ago at receiver Tain county and of this number 4s Are pure bred Are Grade and 2d Are scrubs. Of the 48 pure bred stallions m j Are Percheron this indicating How Strong a claim the Percheron has upon the favor of the Farmers and horsemen of Sale but the Deal did not include the mailing list. . Stephenson merged the Republican with the review and now issues it As the in a e a Republican. Or. Stepher son and his wife son Sareil lit Eralio in the estate of w. E Smith the Wil this Vicinity. The other purebreds Are Liam sport banker who for Many years divided As follows Standard brei 0, belgian Shire 2, French draft 1 and German coach 1. Of the Grade Stal called to Covington yesterday to try Standard bred. Are per the damage suit of mrs Myrtle Snapp i herons 4 Are belgians and 1 is French against the Steinbaugh Black Coal quoth co. Two years ago mrs. Snapp s husband was killed in a Cave in in a mine operated by the company in the Southern part of the county and she alleges that the negligence of the company was responsible for his death. Lived at Thi Rhome. 1 been desirous of retiring. He and or. Clifton have been negotiating behave unable to agree on terms. last week of or. Stephenson son Eddie who was associated with the Percheron Breed leads thru out j Hirn in the business it is probable that the entire state Over 4f. Percent of All j he will be still More anxious to retire and the registered pure bred stallions being j View of this a Percheron. The belgian ranks next not improbable in the state withal percent while the Deal with or. Clifton Standard bred is third with it percent inasmuch As the proper safeguards had i this clearly places Indiana in the draft not been taken. She ask for $ a Attica student honoured. Leonard Steimley son of or. A n d damages and is represented by liven Good amp son. The hearing of the Case was begun yesterday Forenoon. Burglars at Covington. Four business houses Ware entered and robbed of a few dollars each at Covington feb. 24th. Thompson s grocery Burress amp Miller s hardware store Merryman s meat Market and the South Side restaurant were the victims. In the stores nothing was molested except the Cash registers which were pried open and the change drawers rifled. At the restaurant a Supply of eatables were taken along and remains found at the City tool House indicated that the culprits had refresh themselves with a Good lunch after their labors. West Lebanon Man killed. Fred James of West Lebanon received injuries Friday which resulted in his death. He was Felling Trees on the Wells farm near state line and a limb struck him on the Back of the Bead crushing his Skull. He lived Only a few hours. He leaves an aged Mother mrs. Elizabeth James and three Sisters. The was conducted from West Lebanon sunday. Horse class As other draft Breeds Regis i mrs. Joe Steimley of this City who is tired bring the total up to 7 j percent at Indiana University at Bloomington of the whole. That the raising of mules is no neg i Bible Quantity in the state is shown by the fact that there Are 1138 jacks registered. Of these i 19 Are owned in foun Tain county and All Are pure bred. Runaway stops Telephone service. Will Miller s team ran away wednesday just after noon at Stone Bluff and caused serious damage to the Stone Bluff Telephone system. The team and Wagon collided with a Large pole at the rear of the Exchange which supported two cables carrying All the wires that go into the Exchange. The pole was broken off which permitted the cables to drop to the ground breaking twisting and mixing up the wires to such an extent that the entire Exchange was put out of business. Superintendent Galloway thinks it will require at least three or four Days to make the repairs. Or. Miller and the horses were not injured in the runaway but the Wagon was badly damaged. Was notified saturday that he had been elected a member of the american mathematical society. This is an Honor accorded Only to those who have done some work of importance in mathematics and to Leonard on account of his solution of a problem that had billed the figure Sharks for More than a Quarter of a Century. His solution of the problem was presented before the society at its annual meeting in Chicago dec. 29lh and so pleased were the scientists that he was elected to membership in recognition. Or. Steimley evolved his solution of the matter last november and it created some a a tie stir among the savants at the diversity. He presented it in a paper entitled Quot the general solution and so called particular solution of the linear non homogeneous partial differential equation Quot and was rewarded by election to the Sigma i fraternity the highest Honor attainable in University circles. His work in this connection has been widely commented upon i in mathematical journals thru out the country. Were called to to fris City a riday by the 1 Krum t and the first meet illness of mrs. Frank Benamire or. Miss Erma Thomas entertained the mum Alpha club monday evening. Ing of the creditors was fit for March Tifuh at the office of Chas. K. Milford in this All directions. J. I rank my i or Noria a old Deli Vered 1 is a Eek pianos Illo is of Furnifur Rug and Iliou Senkee ing go ids. Two i in loads on saturday and one monday Merit t i Miles Mortti of f in ii a Ami i Fie bit tuesday fiver Des soul Hes of v elder Burg. A her Load wet out r ear a fibia and Tii others to Winthrop. Odell Romney and Cov 1 in ton. Mcdermond s big s Ore carries it j the Stock makes the Price Sard delivers the goods free anywhere. It s a Good place to Trade. Adv Cardiff to assist treasurer. Morrison mentioned for governor. N. B. Cardiff who served As Deputy the Tipton times exhibit of Indian auditor under w. B Gray and who was democrats who Are aspiring to be i def. Ated for the office of auditor by h. Governor includes w. H. O Brien John judgement for $370. A w. Newlin. Will next week take a Posi a. , a. B. Crampton. the damage c be of Millard Deth a j Tion in the Dlice of county treasurer Gressman Martin a. Morrison. ,-11 known Richond township Farmer j Philpott and assist him until after the Gressman w. E. Of. L. The Clover Leaf Railroad was tried i Semi and u d paying Rush is Over and fore Judie Mondy and or. C i diff was retained in the audit of the. In Attica a mar h ii the a i at d the the father Wii v. He Krew it seven Childr n today in turn the .1 if a dear Mother. Thy Are mrs Koa Urvi Ince of Attica mrs. Mary c Parnell and mrs. Oriana Irant of a f Lycet John he be. Of Quot a o. V. Ivi Chard. Of Medford. A Retina Udam of near Attica and Everett of Indian Apo is. Rej Iid. These there Are ten or . Or. Rae a Arnii. Having gone befor.-, and four . I who will cherish the Merj Iory of this Tau Wiful character. Always ready for whatever Canoe. She Eru Leared i to All. of her sight the last year and a half of Ner life she depended More and More upon the inner Light of the soul which seemed to glow All the More brightly until with cry of Quot Joy. It Joyful Quot she entered into her rest and so end ii the testimony a Quot a rare Christian male for postmaster Macoughtry. Postmaster Macoughtry is ail smiles this week a and with Good reason too. For the first time m his Ong and eventful life he is the father of a baby girl born Early sunday morning. The Young lady weighed nine pounds has been named Frances Louise. Governor Ralston congressman Morrison and a number of other politicians of More or less prominence have written the proud father very interesting letters of congratulation. He has had to stand no Little chaffing on account of the sex of the new arrival and some accuse him of lining up with the suffrage movement but his answer to this is simple. At the rate things Are going he declares that by the time Frances Louise is old enough to vote the women Wil be in Complete charge of things political and Likely As not will have the men disfranchised. Judg Judt Emi it rendered in favor of the or s ofic As chief clerk until March Plush in for i i7d. Or Deth alleged 1-t. Of Ungto his familiarity with the in his Coni filant that h had been dam a detail of the work there but auditor. D to the extent of by fire which Newlin and his Deputy Russell have Burn a a a Quantity of Hay. Fence wheat in estered the. Reiji remels and Are now and stubble Fie i and that the Railroad to Haiguil. The business alone re l on award b. Lore Charles Peterson. A Tine list of Early entries. Company was responsible for the fire. Or. And mrs. William Edwards spent sunday at Riverside the guests of Newt Wheatley and Honor grades by regular attendance a d close at Tenti ii to their studies during the past six weeks the following a Umu d pupils of the us Grade in the City schouls have taming Only a girl clerk who does much made general average. That Merit of the typewriting. Treasurer Philpott special mention is getting along without a Deputy this Terrence Connell 2, Catherine Taylor kept wedding secret three months. Miss Gemmie Jones and Glenn Mckenzie two Well known Young people of the Chatterton Community surprised their friends monday by the announcement of their marriage which occurred of. 2 ii and had bet a kept secret All i this time they were married in in i Dian i Polis and the cards an the i event were miso issued from there. The Oung Man had working for several months in a Lairy lunch room in. The it City a they will estai dish their Hong there. 1 i. Tirade a deter teach i a school for har it a of i they Ile i erred cry their Arriage until h. R school h . Ii. D. a Nav and thit he left for in liar Apolis her ii Viand coming As far As Riverside to act her. Iva Lucile coding1, the ladies Aid society of the swed year securingas9i8tanceonlyduringthe. 3.l John Gant 92.1?, Gladys Jacobson j ish Luthern Church will meet this after tax paying periods. 190.9. Quot a on with mrs. Clint Jacobson

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