Lane County, Kansas
 

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Births
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BIRD, SON

M. A. Bird and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy born April 1st. (Lane County Journal, April 7, 1911, page 4)

BOWMAN, SON

Bob Bowman and wife are the happy parents of a baby boy, born Monday evening. (Lane County Journal, March 10, 1911, page 5)

BURNETT, SON

Dr. Newton reports the arrival of a fine boy at the home of Roy Burnett and wife yesterday. (Lane County Journal, April 7, 1911, page 5)

DAVIS, SON

Alex Davis and wife are the happy parents of a baby boy born last Saturday. (Lane County Journal, March 31, 1911, page 4)

DENNY DAUGHTER

Clyde Denny and wife of Spring Creek township are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl last Sunday. (Lane County Journal, January 20, 1911, page 5)

FRAZIER, SON

John Frazier was up from Finney county, yesterday and reports the arrival of a son at his home last week. (Lane County Journal, February 3, 1911, page 5)

FULLER, SON

Dell Fuller and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy, last Saturday. (Lane County Journal, January 27, 1911, page 5)

HEWIT, DAUGHTER

A baby daughter was born Tuesday night to Rev. and Mrs A N Hewit (The Dighton Herald, Dighton Kansas, January 26, 1911, transcribed by Rick Evans)

KALO, ALBERT HINEMAN

Albert H. Kalo was born in Dighton, Kansas on March 4, 1922. (Source: Some of the Ancestors & The Descendants of Joseph and Naomi (Dicks) Newby of Spiceland, Indiana, by Nancy Esther Hineman, 1962)

SMELTZER, DAUGHTER

A dainty little daughter took up her abode with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smeltzer last Friday. (Lane County Journal, February 24, 1911, page 5)

TOWNE, DAUGHTER

A tiny daughter took up her abode with Roy Towne and wife last Tuesday. (Lane County Journal, March 3, 1911, page 5)

WRIGHT, SON

BORN --- To Mr. and Mrs. James Wright on April 26, a big boy.  Mr. and Mrs. Wright are now the proud parents of 4 boys and two girls.
(Lane County Journal ~ Thursday ~ May 5, 1898 ~ Page 1)

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Birthdays

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BARTLETT,  HAZEL

A  BIRTHDAY  SURPRISE

Monday was the 14th anniversary of the birthday of Miss Hazel Bartlett and her friends arranged a surprise for her.  Mr. and Mrs. Laverty were accessories to the crime in as much as they inveighled Miss Hazel out for a ride while the other culprits took possession of the house and completed the details.  The house was dark and still when they reteurned and when they entered they were greeted with a war hoop that would have done credit to the wildest Comanche.  After that the occasion resolved itself into a very pleasant one.  There were about fifteen guests present and they left Miss Hazel a solid gold stick pin and other evidences of their esteem.


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