ment this week.
100 years ago
july 24, 1919
Misses Florence Good and Marjorie Winchester entertained at a Japanese lawn party at the home of the former on Tuesday evening.
There was an increased attendance at the Union church services Sunday evening. A small orchestra assisted in the music and a male quartet Messrs. Siebert, Brown, Sheets, and Florer sang “The End of a Perfect Day.” Rev. G.W. Weidemier of the Evangelical church preached.
The following young ladies will form a camping party at the Powers cabin south of town beginning next Monday: Misses Esther and Edith Greer, Virginia Thorp, Hilah Harris, Mary Sacket, Doris and Lenore Miesse, Lucile Burkholder, Helen, Mildred, and Ruth Williams, Florence Powers, and Marianna Allison.
Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Dunn have purchased the Ralph Hodge residence on South Lincoln Avenue. They do not expect to move to town at present and Prof. and Mrs. Poundstone will continue to reside there.
Adv—Mr. Ford Owner: How is your Tail Light? Has our friend, the marshal, been after you for driving without a light? Never mind the answer. Just drive in and let us install one of our Electric Tail Lights and your trouble will be over. Stout Motor Company.
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