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Unknown newspaper
Contributed by Mark Welsh

New Creamery for Geddes

    Geddes.--Work has commenced on the new creamery and ice cream factory here, and it will be pushed to completion as fast as possible.  Jay Welsh, the owner, has recently returned from the east, where he purchased two carloads of machinery. Mr. Welsh was formerly in the implement business here.


The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South dakota
Tuesday, February 12, 1952
contributed by Jeanne Jessie

GEDDES COUPLE REPEATS MARRIAGE VOWS ON 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

Geddes - Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sanders of Geddes, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Jan. 31, with a high mass at St. Ann's church. Rev. De Salles Dwerlkotte witnessed the renewal of the marriage vows. They were led to teh altar by their two youngest children, Kenneth and Connie.
All of their 10 children were present for teh occasion except Cpl. Vincent Sanders who is serving with the Air Force in japan. Those present were Theresa, Lambert, Donald, Jerome, Janice, Kenneth and Constance, and Joseph Jr. and Mrs. Raymond Barkley of Ravinia. Four grandchildren also were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders were married at Mary, Jan. 31, 1927, by the late Rev. Father Sylvester. They resided on a farm south of Wagner until 1935 when they moved to Mary, where Mr. Sanders was the farm manager. In 1945 they moved to Geddes where Mr. Sanders now operates a dairy.
A dinner was served at the Brown's Cafe for the immediate family and relatives. During the afternoon and evening 100 guests called to extend their best wishes.
Also present were teh attendants at the wedding Geo. Sanders of Chicago and Mrs. Della Jerman of Lake Andes. Others present from Chicago were Mrs. George Sanders and grandson Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amore.


Aberdeen (SD) Weekly News, Thursday, April 27, 1916

A number of Indians on the Yankton reservation near Wagner are securing their deeds to lands from the Indian bureau at Washington, and are becoming citizens instead of wards of the government. Many of them are greatly interested in automobiles, and a large number of machines will be sold to the redskins as soon as they are in position to purchase them, after receiving deed to their lands. Many of the Indians on the reservation are progressive farmers.


 



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