STEVENS COUNTY, KANSAS

BIRTHS

BOLINGER, SON

Moscow News - Mr. and Mrs. E. Bolinger are the proud parents of a fine baby boy, born Sunday. (Hugoton Hermes, Hugoton, Kansas, Friday, February 23, 1917, front page)

BROLLIER, SON

A son was born int he Verne Brollier home north of town Wednesday morning. (Hugoton Hermes, Hugoton, Kansas, Friday, February 23, 1917, front page)

FARRAR,  DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Farrar of Hugoton, Kans., are the proud parents of a fine baby daughter, born Tuesday, May 9th.
(Frankfort Daily Index ~ Monday ~ May 15, 1922 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

HAIGHT, DAUGHTER

Marshall county friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haight of Hugoton, Kans., will be interested to learn that a baby daughter arrived at their home last Sunday, Aug. 7th.  Mrs. Farrar was formerly Miss Alice Farrar, a sister of Mrs. C. W. Bonnell.
(Frankfort Daily Index ~ Friday ~ August 12, 1921 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

KIMZEY, A. A.

Tuesday, February 21, was the 92nd birthday of Stevens county's oldest citizen, A. A. Kimzey of Hugoton, who came from Illinois to his homestead four miles north of town in 1885. All of his descendants were present for a family dinner at the home of his only son, E. R. Kimzey, mayor of Hugoton; they are his grandchildren, Guy and Bert Kimzey, Mrs. Carrie Holman and Mrs. Ethel Holman, and their families. About twenty-five postcards were received from people here in remembrance of the day. (Hugoton Hermes, Hugoton, Kansas, Friday, February 23, 1917, front page)

LOWE, R. B.

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lowe, Moscow, Kan., at a hospital, Feb. 13, a boy.
(Wichita Daily Eagle ~ Sunday ~ February 28, 1915 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

STANLEY, SON

A son was born in the E. N. Stanley home, southeast. (Hugoton Hermes, Hugoton, Kansas, Friday, February 23, 1917, front page)

 

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