70 years ago
january 26, 1950
Pictured is the westernmost block of Hudson Street, not too long ago a deep gully. No longer is North Elm a “dead end” street. Hudson Street east has been created by a longtime filling-in process by the city of filling the gully with leaves, dirt, and rubbish from the city streets. Now it is hard and settled and an addition to the city streets.
Miss Suzanne Wheeler will leave soon for Billing, Montana, where she will serve an internship in medical technology at St. Vincent’s Hospital. Miss Wheeler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wheeler.
A special event at the Presbyterian Church Sunday honored three women who had been members for over 50 years. They were Mrs. Ella Freeland, who joined over 60 years ago, in 1889; Mrs. Mary Alexander, a member for over 56 years, joining in 1893; and Mrs. Emma Case, member over 51 years, joining in 1898.
Penney’s “Month End Clearaway” offers women’s dress shoes, pair $2; men’s sheep lined coat, $8; men’s flannel shirts, $2; toddlers’ dresses, $1-$2; men’s corduroy pants, $2; and many more items at reduced prices.
Miss Nancy Colburn, whose marriage to Mr. Harris Seed will take place next Wednesday was complimented Wednesday evening at a dinner and linen shower held at the city building.
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