The Weekly Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)
Nov. 14, 1913
Mrs. Nona Dyar and son, Kenneth, returned on
Monday to their home at Cazenovia, after a short visit at the home of her
father, R. J. Boyd.
Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois) Aug. 1, 1913
Staudemeyer, of Cazenovia township, has returned home from St. Francis
hospital, Peoria, where he recently submitted to an operation from the
removal of the right eyeball. The operation was made necessary by the
development of glaucoma, or
Herald, Oct. 24, 1919
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Finley and two sons, and Mrs. Robert Drennen and two
children went to Spring Bay last Wed. and attended the wedding of their
sister, Miss Hattie Geohring and Mr. Irving Winkler.
Will Foster who has been in Texas on business for over two weeks returned
home last Fri. morning.
Mrs. Wallace A. Robertson and son James Malcolm spent Thurs. afternoon in
the country with their aunt Mrs. Emma Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jean D.
Stivers spent Wednesday afternoon in Peoria with their daughter Mrs. Jack
Henry Foster returned home Thursday after spending a week in
Kansas City on Business.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Geohring of Spring Bay were
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Ida Drennen, Saturday.
Mrs. Roy Gardener
visited relatives in Eureka from Thursday until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.
Will Foster and daughter Margaret and Mrs. Mary H. Robertson attended the
funeral of Mrs. Medora Hunter Burt last Saturday afternoon.
of near Roanoke was a business caller in town Saturday.
Dane A. Stivers
who has been gone several weeks on a trip thru the east, returned home
last week with his bride, a young lady from Newbury Port, Mass. This is a
happy culmination of a war romance as these young people met while he was
serving in the U.S. Navy during the great world war. The best wishes of
the entire community are extended to them in their new life. They are at
present making their home here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jean D.