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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana
The review Republican july 20� i9l9, appointment Here last sunday preaching morning and evening. The baptismal rites were administered to miss Gladys Cork at the evening service. A double header was played on the Diamond Here sunday. A team from Rankin Defeated our boys by a score of 17 to 11. Ambia was the next team up. Score 2 to 4 in favor of Pence. Rainsville plays Here next . Roy Jones and wife were Covington callers monday. The b. G. Club will meet with misses Jennie and Ida Fields thursday mrs. Jas. Brasken and mrs. Dora Hughes did shopping in Covington saturday. A. J. Keller and wife attended the funeral of mrs. Myers at Wallace thursday. Mrs. Arthur remedy of Chicago is visiting with her parents Henry Dixon and wife. Misses Jennie and Ida Fields and their House guest miss Elsie Hawkins Pic Nice along the Wabash Friday. Mrs. Mary Dixon and daughter. Myrtle called on mrs. J. P. Gouty and daughters. Ida and Inez monday afternoon. Misses Ida gouty Myrtle Dixon and messes. Clarles a inner and Clyde Fields motored to Cosey inn sunday evening. Airs. Margaret Steeley who has been ill at the Lake new Hospital in Danville i turned Home saturday. Mrs. Steeley is improving rapidly. York is visiting her grandmother mrs. Elizabeth Campbell. Misses Hazel Eunick and Esther Stratton of Stone Bluff Are visiting mrs. Grace Gibson this week. Mrs. John Livingston spent monday night with her son Thomas Livingston and family at Withams port. Fred o Mara and family and wih Liam o Mara and family All of Lafayette motored Here sunday and spent the Day with John Sexton and wife. The Danville base Ball team came Here sunday and crossed bats with the team Here. The result of the game Vas 9 to 3 in the Home team s favor. Independence. Clair Swaim is on the sick list. Or. Jones was an Attica visitor monday. Rev. And mrs. Dwyer were business callers Here monday. Jim Stacker was overheated in the Hay Field and is not very Well. Gaskell the painters have completed a Job for mrs. By Steadman. Burgess Scarlet visited Rev. And mrs. Van Deusen sunday evening. I or. Michael has moved his office came tuesday to visit several weeks with her son Robert of this place. Sim Wise and wife and Walt Wise and wife of Morgantown visited Over sunday with John Barber and wife. Cowen Alexander and family of Detroit came sunday to visit several Days with his parents Gim Alexander and wife. Harmon Hooker and wife entertained at sunday dinner George French and wife and Oscar Absher and wife of Talbot and mrs. Chas. Huddler. Mrs. Dutch Rogers and son George Edward returned to her Home in Indianapolis after a two weeks visit with her parents Lewis Freeman and wife. She was accompanied Home by her brother Victor who will visit several Days. Say pleasant View. M. M. Mccoskey and family have purchased a new Ford car. Rev. Frank week. Voyles make been helping Hay the past says that or. V As Well As he family of Dan John Mallett and sons of West Lebanon and Dave Rouse wife and son. John Rayman visited with John l. Fields and family sunday. Voyles h Lyons or. Lyons can pitch a can preach. We know then that he must be an excellent Vorker. Quite a number from out of town attended the funeral of mrs. Clem sunday among them were c. F. Lowe and a Ife and guest Rev. Minnie Oliphant and Zack Clem wife and children of Covington and Matt Dennis and Ville 111. Miss Elsie Hawkins of Danville has been spending a part of her vacation with misses Jennie and Ida Fields the past week. Miss Hawkins has Many friends in this Community and is very popular among the younger set. We Are always glad to have miss Hawkins with us. The league social was held at the Home of miss Marjorie Bovers thursday evening. The spacious Lawn was an Ideal place for the fete. Japanese lanterns were Hung among the Trees and with the Young people fluttering about made a Beautiful As Well As a Happy scene. Dainty refreshments were served and All departed at a late hour voting miss Bowers the Best of hostesses. Mrs. Josephine Clem a former resident of this place died at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. Kate Garrison near Marsh eld. Mrs. Clem had been living near Galloway Chapel for several years when a year ago she was stricken with paralysis. She gradually became weaker until death which came at 3 o clock Friday morning. The body was taken to the Home of the deceased s Mother mrs. Ballard of this place. The funeral services a were held at Benson on sunday at 3 o clock. The deceased had Many friends and relatives at this place who mourn her death. Hedrick. Will Jacobs returned Home sunday from Chicago. Lawrence Strickland was a Danville caller saturday. Mrs. Russ Hanson and son will were Danville callers saturday. Bro. Bel will hold his regular a Poi fitment Here the 22nd and 23rd. Meredith Lowe of North Hayden was a caller Here thursday of last week. Mrs. Lawrence Strickland and son Ralph were West Lebanon callers monday. Mrs. Tom Trott and children of Sloan left monday for a visit with her Mother at Fountain. Will Kinney and family returned to their Home at Elpaso 111., after a few Days visit with relatives Here. The ladies Aid will give a quot Lawn social quot on Elias Johnson s Lawn saturday july 22. Everybody cordially invited. Mrs. De. Hale and children returned to their Home at Danville sunday evening after a few Days visit with her parents or. And mrs. Jacobs. Honey Branch. Frank Brown was an Attica Visi Rev. J. J. Casott preached his last building from the Odd Fellows lot i Sermon at this place sunday for a near his Home. While at least. Miss Pauline Heischman enter-1 mrs. Heck of West Lebanon is. Trained Cherry and Paul Vandeusen spending the week with her son at dinner sunday. Alva and family. Levi Penrod finds the warm mrs. Walter Wilson of Indianapol weather hard on him and has not j Lis spent from saturday morning been Well for several Days. I till sunday evening in the neighbor the glad worriers went to Wil-1 Hood visiting relatives and friends Liam sport thursday and were enter i several of this Vicinity attended trained by mrs Lloyd Mcferron. A i the funeral services of mrs. George there s going to be something doing soon in Lafayette on South Side of Square. See our next Issue. Number of visitors were present and our ladies enjoyed themselves very much. The hostess served ice Cream and cake. Mrs. John Heischman entertained her primary sunday school class and several lady friends on her Lawn last wednesday evening. Thirty two were present. The hostess served ice Cream cakes fruits punch and Candy. The children played various games and every one had a Good time. This occasion being mrs. Heischman s birthday she was Well remembered. Or. Evv Aney and sympathy of this i Swaney Friday family have the Community. I Alva Heck wife and daughters 1 Lorene and Ella Mae his Mother and also Neil Heck spent sunday i with Anthony Gritton and family of i Penfield 111. Esther Heck entertained the following guests sunday misses Beu j Lah Crawford Ruby Griner and Ruth Stansbury amp Billings attorneys for administrator. Willce of Heminis Irston Indiana voters who have moved from one precinct to another since j the 1914 election Are to notice is Lic Reuy Siven. Llie under sign. Iii eau appointed by the clerk of Tho Register this Vear it they expect to i Lecuit. Ourt of Warren county state of Init 1 to i in 1 i Diana administrator of tie estate of Mary vote next november. The old Law Vaus late of warred county deceased. Provided for three registrations but a i i sni ii of is bks a. , Admani Strator. Under the new Law any voter who i july it i -\v4.no it a 1 a t to j was legally registered in his precinct. And Edith Ogle of West Lebanon Miu u til for the election of 1914 will not be and Queen Gatton of Danville 111. In West Lebanon. Charles Tharp had business Williamsport tuesday. Cole Shumaker of Danville had business Here tuesday. Walter Phillips and family motored to Danville monday. Ross Mccabe of had business Here monday. Frank Riser and wife spent sunday with relatives at Alvin 111. Tor monday. John Martin and Bessie Jones were in Danville saturday. Several from this Vicinity were Williamsport shoppers saturday. Misses Golda Beason and Effie Hickman spent thursday with Chloe Creamer. We. Grames wife and daughter Beulah were Attica visitors tuesday afternoon. Miss Catherine Cline was the guest of miss Maud Brown thursday afternoon. James Simmermon and wife were guests sunday of Harvey Simmermon and family. Mrs. We. Brown and Minnie Beason and baby spent wednesday with mrs. We. Grames. David Mulkins and daughter. Miss Blanche were Williamsport visitors tuesday afternoon. Lester Day and wife from near Indianapolis spent saturday with John Beason and family. Mrs. Jas. Simmermon and daughter Gladys spent thursday afternoon with mrs. Robert Martin. Mrs. David Misner and Charley Misner and family of Attica spent sunday with William Brown and family. Mrs. Martha Mccord returned to her Home in Williamsport Friday after a week s visit with John Bea 1 i son and family. Quot Pence. Car30ndale. Mrs. J. B. Wade is on the sick list. Mrs. Jack Wade did shopping in Williamsport thursday. Willie and Mabel fix spent stin Day with Alice and Ruby Foster. Several from this Vicinity Ai ended the Chautauqua at Williamsport. Miss Letta High is visiting with her sister mrs. Ward Robinson near tab. The Farmers of this Vicinity Are quite Busy taking care of their Oats crops. We. Burr and family visited Sun-1 Day with Robert leak and wife near Ambia. Bert and Byron Vanreed were Williamsport shoppers saturday evening. George Baker wife and daughter spent sunday with John stump and family. John Mankey and family and Harrison Blackwell were shoppers at Danville 111., thursday. Mrs. John Foster returned Home sunday after a few Days visit with her daughter mrs. Wallace at Gates. Elza Jones of Odell and lady Friend of Williamsport called on Lew Jones and wife sunday evening. Rev. Sollars and wife will fill their appointment next sunday. Preaching services in the afternoon at 2 30 o clock also 7 30 o clock in the evening. Those who attended the birthday dinner Given on mrs. Joe Dalton sunday were Paul Perrin and wife George Ruthford and wife Park Davenport Carter Dalton and wife Coleman Dalton and wife Charles Roberts and family Clark Perrin wife and baby Albert fix and John Dalton and family. They All reported a Good time and wished mrs. Dalton Many More Happy birthdays. Green Hill mrs. John Bess is on the sick list. Work on the school building is progressing rapidly. Mrs. Lemming is on the sick list but is recovering slowly. E. H. Wilson is thinking of starting out with his threshing outfit. Or. E. J. Yager was in our town last thursday required to Register again this year j notice to heirs creditors Etc unless he now lives in another pre-1 cinch than the one in which he was i st registered in 1914. In other words i the registration books Are now per of of of state and that the same Wii to j come up for the examination and action of manent records and Are subject to i said circuit court on the ith Day of septem. I her hic at a Vicil time All heirs creditors or changes Only when one moves from. 1 legatees of said estate Are required to appear .1 x i. I. It i in said court and show cause in any there be a precinct tails to vote at the pie Why said account and vouchers should not ceding election or is a new voter. Approved. The registration Board meets in the precinct on monday the Twenty-1 William Cowcill clerk Nyks cd f. Iii , Deputy a Lucy i i i a a a 1 ninth Dav before the election which visiting with i this year is october 9. On that Day i and a i All persons who have moved into a James Delaney has been hauling j a iffy ent precinct All new voters and gravel by himself As he is unable to secure teams now. There is a great demand for men All who have moved in from other places Are required to Register. To help make Hay. It seems that help is very scarce just now. A great Many of our people Are attending the Chautauqua at Otter Bein which is going on this week. Mrs. Ella North is still on the sick list and does not seem to get any better. Or. North s sister is keeping House for him. The painters who Are painting the North Bridge Are getting along slowly As it Rains about the time they get it cleaned and then they have to clean it again. Carried by Rev Bradner e. Wells. Miss Celia Brown daughter of or. And mrs. William Brown who reside near Rainsville and who were formerly residents of this place was married to Robert Jones who also lives near Rainsville at the m. E. Parsonage in this City last saturday afternoon by Rev. Bradner e. Wells of the first presbyterian Church in lieu of the fact that Rev. Butler was absent from town. The Bride is quite Well and favourably known Here and is a grand daughter of mrs. Mary Brown who lives on East third Street. The Young people have Many friends in the Vicinity of their Home who wish them a Long Happy and prosperous matrimonial voyage. Mrs Susan Crane. M Susan j. Crane died at her Home four Miles Northwest of independ-1 ence saturday july 15, at 11 25 a. M. Mrs. Crane was the widow of Moses m. Crane a Soldier in the mexican War who preceded her in death thirty two years ago. Had i mrs. Crane lived until aug. 27th, she would have been 83 years old. Five children survive to her departure William and Charles of Independence who reside on the Home farm mrs. Stella Rierson of Attica mrs. Alice Boyd of st Louis mo., and mrs. Ada Sweney who resides three Miles Northwest of Independence also a number of grandchildren and one brother John Mcbride of Veedersburg. Mrs. Crane was a woman of Noble Carl a. Mehaffey attorney for administrator. Notice of a Omil sir Ilon. N Otice is hereby Given that the unders Jii of has it Een appointed by tie Lerk of Tho t circuit court of Tarrou i Unity stale of Lis Diana. Administrator of the estate Oll uni. L Arris late of Warren county deceased a said estate is us imposed to be solvent. Dated this 2 la Day of june Hiki. o. Ill Sli administrator july tili lii-w4. John j. Hall attorney for administrator. Neilce of administration. I notice is hereby Piven that tie unders trn Elt a has been appointed by the clerk Ottlie i circuit court of Warren county. State of in i Diana Adarin Istratov with the annexed mourn of the estate of Elizabeth 1. I Oyer late Warren county deceased. Said estate is sup posed to be solvent. Dated this both Day of Lune is lii u. Lawai knt Druh Liow administrator with will annexed. July i 191 i-w4. Of it Illg Ridge or l notice is hereby Given that the Boardo commissioners of the county of Warren. State of Indiana will receive sealed bids uii Boswell miss Orpha Mccandless was the Elmer Larch was a Lafayette vis guest of miss Lelia Wood sunday. Tor monday. I mrs. Lena Francis is on the sick mrs. Gim Rossiter spent monday Williamsport she is some better at this writ with mrs. Harve Jones South of Horonie Rani a i Fly voted to her i p of quot the eth Day of aus list. Character Ana was a vote la Uei i the letting of the contracts to Home always thinking and minister quot ing to the welfare of her loved ones and All who came in Contact with her. The funeral was conducted from the u. B. Church at Independence monday afternoon. Rev. Dwyer officiating. was made in the Independence cemetery. Ing. Joe Trickey spent saturday night i and sunday at his Home in Williams a. R. Young and William Powell port were Danville callers saturday. A gig io6. In attendance at miss Ella Murphy of Marshfield Bible school at the Christian Church was Cahng on friends Here monday. Sunday. Miss Dortha Irving of it. Wayne Ernest Mccandless and wife and spent last week with mrs. Donald Lafayette Wagner and wife were in Crawford. J Chicago sunday. Mrs. Pearl Sauers and daughter i George Keister and wife and of Chicago Are visiting her Mother George Whipps and wife were Dan Boswell. Louise Kirtley of Indianapolis is visiting her grandparents John spies and wife. Frank Young and family of tab visited Over sunday with will Freeman and family. Mary Metsker of Arlington visited with miss Florence Lawson of Chase last week. Lewis Freeman mrs. Dutch Rogers and mrs. Oscar Reid visited mrs. Thomas Sellers. Miss Helen Campbell of Ville visitors Friday. J in Williamsport sunday. New rfcs. P. J. Lough filled his regular mrs. Morelee of Topeka Kansas marriage licenses issued on monday county clerk William Cowgill issued a marriage License to Thomas e. East a Moulder working in the Attica car Coupler to wed miss Margaret a. Murphy also of Attica. On wednesday a marriage License was issued to Thomas Lee Dawson a Farmer residing near Green Hill to wed miss Anna May eighty also of the same neighbourhood. The Young people called in Rev. P. T. Martin and had him perform the ceremony in the county clerk s office on the same Day they secured the License. They Are highly respected Young people in the neighbourhood where they reside and have the congratulations of their Many friends. Will meet with mrs. Winger the ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church of this place will hold their regular meeting at the Home of mrs. B. J. Winger afternoon july 21. A business meeting will also be held followed j by an interesting program. Furnish All materials and labor and for the construction and repair of the following Birdsie it to wit ski dub no. 7. Repair of Wabash Silver or lose two Miles South of , by cleaning and painting All Metal super Structure. Also repair of pier no. 4 and abutment no. By the addition of iii rap Protection at the above mentioned places in acc us Ance with accompanying plans Lor Sain. I i iii a no. A. Repair of Wabash Kiver Bridge at Tiuis Pendency by the cleaning and painting i. All Metal super Structure. All the above work to be done in act quot i Ance with now on file in Oitice of the auditor of Warren county. I Onisto accompany the bids As provide by Lavand All materials and labor and Ai a things in accordance to the plans a in st Ecil cations heretofore now on file in tii a Laonice of the auditor of said county Ria a a Jug Hoard reserves the right to reject unspecific Illge. Delinquents on Light and water must Settle by july 27, or your serv-1 ice will be shut off. Already you owe 10 per cent penalty. By order of town Board. Fred Holtz clerk. Card of thanks we in this manner wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors for the kindness rendered us and the Beautiful Flowers Given us during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and Mother. Clarence butt and family. Cd Orali bids. D. 11. M Affioti. Auditor of Warren county. July to it Law. For All Kodiaks and came is developed free write for . O. C. Deselms Attica and Lana ice Cream social mrs. Lloyd Mcferren a member of the glad workers society of the Christian Church of Independence will give an ice Cream social on the Lawn of her Home in Williamsport on saturday night july 29th, for the Benefit of the Independence Christian Church. The society asks the Hearty co operation of Heladie Aid of Williamsport As Well As the churches in the City. The general Public is invited to attend and contribute their Little mite
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