|The Lancaster Daily Gazette
January 7 1916
Miss Addie Losey of Logan ended a visit with the family of A. Carr on Madison avenue and left Friday afternoon to visit with friends in Zanesville over Sunday. Mrs Pearl Downhour of Carbon Hill is spending the weekend with Mr and Mrs A Carr and family on Madison avenue. Mrs E J Rowels returned to her home 336 East Chestnut St. Friday afternoon after a several week's visit with her mother and sister in Logan. Mrs Edward Oliver of Logan is visiting at the home of Dr and Mrs George W Beery on east Main St.
|The Lancaster Daily Gazette
January 3 1916
Miss Magdaline Till of Logan visited Misses Margarot and Helen Bletzacker of North Broad St over Sunday.
|The Hocking Sentinel
January 03, 1884
(Persons having friends visiting, or aquainted with social items of interest are invited to notify the Sentinel.)
Bro. Foreman of the Mc Arthur Enquirer visited in Logan today.
Mr. Jonas Hoover and wife of Pickaway county are visiting friends and relatives in Logan this week.
Mr. Will Westenhaver and Miss Jennie Gage left yesterday morning for a visit to relatives in Iowa.
Hon. S. Weldy left yesterday afternoon for Columbus, where he will at once engage in the organization of the Legislature, and the advancement of the Democratic party.
Dr. Ira Hamblin, of Cincinnati, is visiting his many frierids and relatives in Logan this week.
Mrs Martha Monteith, after a visit of several weeks, left for her home in Kansas on Tuesday.
Mr. J. N. Spahr, of Illinois, spent several days in Logan this week. Mr. Spahr is well known to our people as having once had charge of our schools.
Mr. John Prinderbill, who was shot some time ago by Mark Dew, was removed on Tuesday morning to his home at Lancaster.
Mr. A. H. Chute, of Ward tp. was a visitor at the Sentinel office on Saturday.
Mr. Daniel Schaal, of Washing ton township, was a visitor at the Sentinel office on Saturday last. Chancellor Lowry, after a week's visit among relatives in Athens, returned home last week.
Miss Emma Case, of Columbus, will accept our thanks for a most acceptable Christmas gift.
Mr. Frank McClintock, of Tennessee, spent the Holidays in Logan. He is much improved in health and will return to his mountain lodge this week.
Mr. Con Weitzle, formerly of our city, at present train dispatcher for the Seney railroad, in Macon, Georgia, was married New Years day, in the Presbyterian church, to Miss Ella Smith, of our city.
The young couple leave on Monday for their new home in the South, taking with them the hearty congratulations and best wishes of their many Logan friends.
Mr. J. L. Mathias, of Enterprise, was married on the 20th to Miss Belle Smith, of Saltcreek. The young couple left on last Monday for their future home in Tennessee, where Mr. Mathias has bought a fine farm. The Sentinel and the good wishes of all their friends follow them.
Messrs. George and Josh Green, of Somerset, visited friends and relatives in Logan last Sunday.
Yank McCarthy, who was confined to his bed last week by a severe attack of rheumatism, is able to be up and about again.
Mr. Culver has removed to his handsome new residence north of the city.
|A Pleasant Affair
On last New Years evening Miss Bessie Rose celebrated her 13th birthday, and half a hundred and more little boys and girls of about her own age called upon her and enjoyed the evening with good cheer and frolic. Miss Bessie was the recipient of many handsome and appropriate presents and has the hearty good wish of all her friends for a continuance through the season of the happiness with which she and father Time's New Year begin.
The Hocking Sentinel
Jan 7 1892
|The Ohio Democrat
April 24 1902
Mr. Hubert Lappen spent Sunday in Columbus.
Mr. Ed. Mattox has sold his dray to Mr. Pete Hopple.
Mr. Chas. Schwenke was a Sugar Grove visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Rev. Weuben, of Napolean, O., is here visiting relatives.
Mrs. John Slisher of Lancaster, visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr Frank Rose was the guest of friends in Columbus Sunday.
Mr and Mrd Ed. Donovan were Sunday visitors to Lancaster.
Mr and Mrs John White were Sunday visitors to the B.I.S.
The main county bridge in Murray city burned Monday night.
Mr. Chas. Kinkade, of Nelsonville was a Logan visitor Sunday.
Mr and Mrs James Watkins were visitors in Columbus Sunday.
Mr. Arthur Palmer of Columbus, was a Logan visitor Sunday.
Squire Martin of Joe P.O. was a business visitor to Logan Saturday.
Mr Harry Patterson of Columbus was in Logan several days last week.
Mr. Luke Lehman was a business visitor in Cincinnati this week.
Mrs. A.L. Hyson entertained the Twice Five club, Monday evening.
Messers. John Liff and Roy Magle, were visitors in Lancaster Sunday.
Mr Porter Waugh was a business visitor in New Straitsville recently.
The Knights of St. John gave a very delightful dance monday evening.
Mrs Will Barnes of Orbiston visited her mother, Mrs. John Boal, last week.
W.J. Doebele was a pleasure visitor in Columbus Saturday evening last.
Mr. Bert Stedem and Miss Blanche Ambrose drove to Nelsonville Sunday.
Rev. White was in Granville Monday to attend the funeral of a near friend.
Miss Minnie Becker of Columbus is here for several weeks visit with her relatives.
Mr and Mrs Robert Kline of Toledo are the guests of Dr. Z.V. Raney and family.
Mrs Lafe Warner visited Mr and Mrs Henry Woodworth, at Haydenville Sunday.
Messers. Ed. and Frank Tennyhill, and John Bratton were visitors in Lancaster Sunday.
Mrs. Jacob Krisbaun and daughter, Miss Kate, are visiting friends near Gibisonville this week.
Mr. W.A. Henderson was in attendance at the funeral of his nephew at Newark, Tuesday.
Col. and Mrs. Montgomery, of Buffalo, were the guests last week of Mr and Mrs Frank Gallagher.
Mrs. George Hartman was called to Lancaster Monday, on account of the serious illness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wetzel, of Columbus, spent Sunday with Mrs. Wetzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas Martin.
Mr and Mrs Robert Kline were visitors with Dr. and Mrs. Raney, Thursday of last week on their wedding tour.
Miss Daisy Watkins of Westerville University, was the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs James Watkins Sunday.
Mr. J.N. Slatzer has entered the firm of Price & Thurness, and will fill the position of shipping clerk in their furniture factory.
Marshal larimer is rejoicing this morning over the arrival of a new girl at his home. We hope the mother and babe will get along well.
Quite a large number of G.A.R. and W.R.C. members are making preaparations (sic) to attend the reunion at Lancaster the first of the month.
|The Ohio Democrat
August 26 1893
Geo. Holl is repapering St. John's church.
Rufus Reber spent several days in Charleston, W.Va. this week.
Henry Wagner has been appointed postmaster at South Perry.
Mr. C H Buerhaus, of Wichita, Kansas is visiting his son Carl H.
Dr. Chas. Balger, of Cincinnati spent several days with Logan friends this week.
Married, by G. W. Brehm, J.P. Auguast 18, 1893, Mr Henry Noggle and Miss Mary Jane Calvert.
Mr and Mrs William Brown from near Circleville are visiting relatives in and about Logan.
Alexander L White, of Illinois is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs. D. White and other relatives.
Married, by G W Brehem, J.P. August 20, 1893, Mr. Charles W. Liff and Mrs. Almeda Hampton.
Married, by G W Brehem, J.P. August 28, 1893, Mr. Samuel E Ptton and Miss Minnie E. Lent.
Clerk D H Lappen and wife returned last Wednesday from a ten day pleasure trip to the World's Fair.
Arthur Wilson, who has been in Chicago several years, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A H Wilson.
Joe Kienle, who moved to Columbus last spring was here among old acpaintances last Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Maud Dollison, of Zanesville, and M iss Cora Dollison, of Cambridge, are visiting their relatives and friends in Logan this week.
Married, by Rev. J F Williams, in Logan, Ohio, August, 20, Mr Frank Seman, of Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Bell Vanhorn of this place.
A little nine year old daughter of Mr and Mrs J G Krinn of Laurel township, died of diptheria last Tuesday. This is the second death in the same family within about a week.
|The Ohio Democrat
December 19 1901
Born to Mr and Mrs Pete Sloan, this morning, a son.
Miss Sarah Bierly, of Columbus, was in Logan Sunday visiting parents and relatives.
Born-to Mr and Mrs Sam Schneider, Dec. 17, 1901, twin daughters.
Married-by Rev. T.B.White. Tuesday evening Dec 17, Mr Ed. Collins to Miss Abbie Eby.
Capt. W.J.Ryan is able to be at his place of business after a very serious sickness.
We are glad to note that Judge Wright is recovered from a recent severe spell of sickness.
Judge Seney, of Toledo, was in Logan Tuesday and Wednesday, attorney for Mr. Wasson in the ouster suit before the Probate Court.
Our old friend Ike Inboden brought us in our first Christmas gift; smoked sausage and dressed rabbit. He has gained from us a lasting love.
The Red Men and Pocahontas had a royal good time Thursday evening celebrating their anniversaries. A big supper was had. Judge Wright made a happy talk on Pocahontas.
Married-Tuesday evening by H.J. Steward, D.D., at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Van G. Phillips and Miss Etta Brandt. We will give the pleasant occasion full notice next issue. the printers are delighted with the kind of remembrance of cake.
The case of Ferdie F. Rempel vs Harry Q Wasson for removal as executor of the Will of Col. F.F. Rempel, was heard in Probate Court here Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, and as we go to press the Court has the case under advisement. particulars of the case will be presented next week.
The Hocking Sentinel
Dec 23, 1886
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Bowen, Monday morning.
Mark Dew has been granted a divorce from his wife. She was allowed $500 allimony.
Uncle Jacob Keller is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism, and is confined at his home.
Dr. J.H. Dye will return home from New York about the 20th of January.
Miss Lida Baird, of Baird's Furnace, was the guest of Mrs. D.H. Willard, last week.
Mr. George Roller and Miss Mary Collins, both of this city, were married yesterday evening, by the Rev. Mittler, at his residence.
Mrs. Abe Rhodes died at her home in this city Sunday last. Funeral on Monday.
Mr. John Work who has been quite ill the past two weeks, from an attack of pneumonia, is improving, and able to be about again.
Mr. Thomas Hardin formerly of near Ewing, now of Scott, Ind., is visiting friends and relatives in Hocking this week.
Abe Cook is very sick.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Wright, Sunday night.
The wife of Geo. Shaw presented him with twins Sunday night last.
Chas McClelland and Susan Babb were married by John A. White, Esq., at his office in the James Block, yesterday morning.
Gus Smith, who has been attending lectures at the Ohio Medical College at Cincinnati, is at home and is looking first rate.
Chas Young and Maggie Kelley were married at the residence of Rev. J.F. Williams, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. McGrath, of our town de----- the office of housekeeper at the Reform Farm, and has engaged as attendant on Miss Shaffer, of Lancaster, an invalid, and will spend the winter in the South.
David Lehman has made a reputation as a climber as well as a diver. Last week he scaled the high fence at the city prison and has gone hence, like a bad-nightmare. Mr. Lehman played on the sympathies of Turnkey Myers, and Mr. Myers and the prison got left. The authorities ought to dig up those old relics of barbarism, the ball and chain. They would be a good thing on a wooden leg.
The Hocking Sentinel
April 5, 1894
Married by Rev. J.F. Williams at his residence in Logan, O. Mch. 31st, Mr. Lewis Carpenter and Miss Katie Mowrey.
Mr. Oliver Brooke has removed his feed store to the stable on the Fresner lot, in rear of Odd Fellows Building where he will have better accommodations for his customers. He invites his customers to continue the liberal patronage here-to-fore extended him.
On Tuesday an alarm of fire was sounded and the department turned out promptly, but discovered that thr alarm was caused by some one noticing a blaze coming out of the smoke-stack of the Horn brick-works, where unusual activity was manifested by reason of the cheering news that Logan had gone democratic.
This community was saddened by the announcement of the death, on Saturday evening, of Mr. Guy Fisher, at the home of his mother in Columbus, from Typhoid fever. Mr. Fisher had been married but a few months, his wife being the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Warner of this place, and was a most estimable young man. The widow and her family have the sympathy of all in this sad bereavement.
John W. Roberts, formerly of Circleville, died at Callistoga, Napa county, Cal, 8th ult., aged about -7 years. He was the owner of an extensive fruit rancho. -Circleville Dem. and Watch. -Mr. Roberts was a Hocking Co. boy, having been born and raised in South Perry, at which place his father carried on a tannery for many years.
Mr. Jos L. Bright has arranged to move with his family, to Dayton where he will make his future home. We regret the departure from Logan of Mr. Bright and family, the society of our town will lose esteemed exemplars. We hope they may find their new home a pleasant one, and meet there as many and as good friends as they have in Logan.
Wm. and Charles Keynes have been appointed administrators of the estate of their father R.W. Keynes, and filed bond with their mother sisters and W.H. Woodruff as sureties in the sum of $40,000.
We are informed of an unlucky encounter which took place at a country spelling school in the neighborhood of Ewing, between two young men by the names of Byres and Gordon.
Gordon used a pocket knife with which he stabbed Byers in the back three times inflicting severe wounds, one of which penetrated the lungs. Byers will recover however. We are not informed whether any arrests have been made.
The Hocking Sentinel
April 20, 1905
Grandfather Fred Frasch died suddenly from heart disease on last Tuesday, in the 86th year of his age. He was a citizen of our town for fifty years. His funeral is tomorrow, from his residence, Rev. White of the M.E. Church, conducting the religious services, and who will furnish an obituary of the deceased for publication.
Ivan Howdyshill, employed at the Kerlin Bros. brick plant, had the end of the thumb of his right hand off in a repress, Tuesday morning. Dr. Frasch rendered the necessary medical attention.
Uncle George Warrick, one of our best known and most esteemed of colored citizens, is quite sick. He has the help and sympathy of all our good people.
The Logan Daily News (Logan, Ohio) · Mon, Jan 13, 1936 · Page 6
MR. BLOSSER IMPROVED
Mr. Nick Blosser of West Hunter St., who suffered a heart attack Wednesday morning, is improved. He makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller, 1020 W. Hunter St. He is Mrs. Miller's brother.
15 MINES WORKING
Despite the return of warmer weather large quantities of coal are being trucked through Logan northward daily. At Carbon Hill, alone, approximately 15 truck mines are operating steadily.
MOVE TO MICHIGAN
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jaggi, Jr. and three children have returned to Mt. Pleasant, Mich., where the former has employment with the Bell Drilling Co.
WRIGHT IS RE-NAMED SCHOOL BOARD HEAD
Representative Harry H. Wright was renamed president of the Logan Board of Education when that body met last week for organization purposes. Sherman Lyke was re-elected vice president and Rolland Bright was returned as clerk. The board meets on the third Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
The Logan Daily News (Logan, Ohio) · Thu, Dec 5, 1935 · Page 6
JAMES BROWN IMPROVED
Attending physicians at Cherrington hospital today regarded the condition of James Brown of Marion Twp., who has been confined to the hospital for the past week with a serious kidney infection, as slightly better.
A foot infection which developed from a blister has caused Clerk of Courts Charles Achauer much trouble. The infection has necessitated medical care for thr past several days.
RETURN TO CHARLESTON
Mr and Mrs A.E. Hardy, of Charleston, W.Va., returned home Wednesday after spending several days here during the illness and death of Mrs. W.W. Hardy.
The Logan Daily News (Logan, Ohio) · Tue, Dec 31, 1935 · Page 6
VISITOR SUBMITS TO OPERATION HERE
Betty Bell, 15, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Bell,, Mt. Pleasant, Mich., formerly of Logan, submitted to an operation for appendicitis at Cherrington hospital this morning. Physicians states that her condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Bell are visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Bell of 260 E. Main St.