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Iowa County, Iowa News Articles

* * * * * Ladora News * * * * *

Fred Guehrn

Fred Guehrn was in Cedar Rapids last Wednesday.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Shaull & Rample

Mrs. H. S. Shaull and Mrs. Jas. Rample were In Marengo one day last week.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mrs. Ira Bean & Children

Mrs. Ira Bean and children have been visiting in Belle Plaine this last week.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Miles & Woodrow

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Miles from Iola, Kansas, have been visiting the lady's brother, Mrs. S. Woodrow and family.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Rebeccas

The Rebeccas will give a Halloween party to the members of the I. 0. O. F. lodge and their wives on Saturday evening, October 30th In the lower hall.

The Rebbeccas are requested to bring baskets containing some of the following edibles; pumpkin pie, sandwiches, pickles and coffee. Also If they have any amusements suitable for a Halloween entertainment they are requested to bring them along.

All Rebeccas and Odd Fellows are cordially invited.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Cecil Smith

Cecil Smith came home from Iowa City on Monday for a short visit with his parents.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Nicholson, Blair & Kurth

Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blair were in Iowa City one day last week to see Mrs. Nicholson’s father, Mr. Henry Kurth who is suffering injuries due to a dislocated shoulder.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Brown of Oskaloosa were here last week looking after the interests of their farm.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mr. & Mrs. H. O. Gates

Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Gates visited the fore part of the week with the parents of the former at Grinnell.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Anna Woodrow

Miss Anna Woodrow have so far recovered from her recent operation at Brooklyn that she has been able to return home.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Floyd Hannah

Floyd Hannah was a Marengo visitor on Saturday.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mrs. W. G. Bair

Mrs. W. G. Bair of Malcom visited friends in Ladora the last of the week.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mrs. Joan Wilson & Nina

Mrs. Joan Wilson and Nina visited

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


* * * * * Victor News * * * * *

Lew Gaston

Lew Gaston of White Lake, S.D. is a business caller in town this week.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mary Whitworth

Miss Mary Whitworth is attending the 0. E. S. convention at Sioux City.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Bess Fergfuson

Bess Fergfuson visited relatives and friends in Chicago last week.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


Mayme Mussetter

Miss Mayme Mussetter underwent an operation for appendicitis on Monday.

Dr. Little of Iowa City performed the operation and the patient is doing nicely.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


McQuire, Doud, McQuire, Conley, Elwood

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McQuire, Mrs. Mary Doud„ Mrs. D. H. McQuire, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Conley, Mr. and Mrs. John Doud attended the funeral of

Mrs. Tom Elwood at Millersburg on Monday.

[Williamsburg Journal Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Published Thursday, October 28, 1909]
Transcribed by Dawn Minard


* * * * * Williamsburg News * * * * *

Mr. Henry Kurth

Mr. Henry Kurth who for the past year had been taking treament in Iowa City arrived on Tuesday and will reside with his son J. F. Kurth south of town.The elder Kurth has been an invalid for a long time and his condition is one of (speechlessness)* resultant from paralysis.
*difficult to read

Williamsburg Journal-Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Thursday October 28, 1909
Submitted by Dawn Minard


Nicholson, Blair & Kurth

Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blair were in Iowa City one day last week to see Mrs. Nicholson's father, Mr. Henry Kurth who is suffering injuries due to a dislocated shoulder.

Williamsburg Journal-Tribune, Williamsburg, Iowa, Thursday March 14, 1909
Submitted by Dawn Minard

 

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