100 years ago
april 1, 1920
Drs. Smith and Goodsheller are moving into their new office rooms over the Propp & Curtis garage, next door to the Record office. They have the entire second floor and it has been thoroughly equipped and handsomely decorated.
Mrs. G. W. Zeller, south of town, has a hen with a fine egg record for last year. She has 137 eggs to her credit besides having raised two broods of chickens. Can anyone beat it?
Davis Carr, who was injured when the Auditorium burned, was able to leave the hospital on Wednesday. He is walking on crutches but is doing nicely.
Fred Williams has sold 204 acres of his beautiful valley farm south of Marion to Mr. Herman Johnsmeyer. A part of this land is what is known as the old Gibson Farm. Mr. Williams received $225 per acre probably the highest price ever received for this amount of land in Marion County. The sale was made through the Marion County Land Co.
The ladies of the Christian church will hold an Easter Sale of aprons, fancy work and cooked food in the Winchester building on Saturday, April 3rd.