McGregor news blurbs, March 1910
WESTON, DAY, DELAPP, HAISLETT, GESKE, BROWN, LAIRD, SMITH, KRAMER, PEARSALL, HATCH, ESCHBAUGH, HEBERLEIN, DEMOUND, RAFFAUF, PEICK, LARSON, GRAY, JACOBS, HATCH, MAHLUM
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Date: 12/8/2007 at 00:03:43
North Iowa times, March 17, 1910
- Mrs. Mary R. WESTON has returned to Chicago.
- The R.N.A. Lodge will meet at 8 o’clock hereafter.
- Our schools close on the 25th for a week’s vacation.
- Miss Loraine DAY will teach the school in the Trigg District.
- Mrs. DeLAPP of Burlington, came to the bedside of her son, Clyde.
- Ben and John HAISLETT has gone south to look for land in Florida.
- Mrs. Henry C. GESKE entertained the Deutcher Bund last evening.
- The Woman’s Toggery has a fine St. Patrick’s Day display window.
- There will be no devotions at St. Mary’s church Friday evening, Mar. 18th.
- Mrs. BROWN of Charles City, is visiting hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. LAIRD.
- Miss Muriel SMITH is at home on a short vacation from school teaching at the Giard.
The Deutscher Bund gave a surprise party for Mrs. Will KRAMER last Friday evening.
- We have had balmy Spring weather so far in March, with the mercury standing 16 to 25 at 8 a.m.
- A very pleasant surprise was given Mr. and Mrs. C.A. PEARSALL at their home last Wednesday evening.
- The time to “clear up” is near at hand. Look after your yards and alleys before the authorities give you notice.
- Mrs. F. D. HATCH is expected here to-day, from Fremont, Neb. They will go to housekeeping in their cottage on Ash Ave.
- R. A. ESCHBAUGH was in town Tuesday, interviewing his customers for Fairbanks engine. He makes his headquarters at Dubuque.
- Fred HEBERLEIN was out of doors and walked down street Tuesday, the first time since his accident in the runway. He is still pretty stiff.
- Our show case will in the near future display some Spring novelties in framed pictures, just the thing to brighten up the home. Peick’s Studio
- Mrs. Will KRAMER his been enjoying a visit from her sister, Mrs. John DeMOUND, of St. Joseph, Mo., and her sister in law, Mrs. Raffauf of Chicago.
- The ice went out of the river at this point on Sunday, moving down with no haste, doing no damage whatever. The channel is now clear and soon the boats will be running.
- Those wishing Mr. PEICK’s service in the Photo Line had better call early. Mr. PEICK contemplates making an extensive trip in the interest of his Art Line which will necessitate his absence the coming Spring.
- Mr. Ed. LARSON received news Monday of the death of his father, at Viroqua, Wis. He was eighty years old, Mr. LARSON and his family left Tuesday for Viroqua to attend the funeral. We extend our sympathy to them in their loss.
- J. K. GRAY went to Waukon on business yesterday.
- Miss Kate JACOBS returned yesterday from a visit with friends at the Dubuque.
- Mrs. F.D. HATCH and Miss Ella MAHLUM arrived from Fremont, Neb this morning.
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