100 years ago
april 8, 1915
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Yeagley of route 1 are the parents of a daughter born April 2nd.
On next Tuesday evening, April 13, at the Presbyterian church there will be given by the girls’ class of the Federated Sunday School a “clothes pin doll” social. Every girl must bring two clothes pin dolls dressed exactly alike and every boy bring a well-filled pocket book. Every one cordially invited.
A tennis club has been formed and grounds will be fitted up just north of the baseball grounds.
Wallace Magathan has been appointed to a position in the government teaching force in the Philippines and expects to sail from San Francisco in a short time. Marion has not sent out a finer young man than Wallace Magathan.
J.S. Brooks went to Texas Tuesday on one of the home seeker excursions, to look at the country.
He is a first rate preacher who can overcome the self-consciousness of his audience on Easter morning and lift their thoughts on high above her neighbor’s Easter bonnet.
Mrs. Flueler, who has been with her daughter, Miss Minnie Flueler, who has been one of the mumps victims, since last Friday, returned to Chase county yesterday. She expected to stop at Cedar Point for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. John McLinden. The McLindens are the parents of a boy born last week.