GORE, VERMILYRA, BOSWORTH, VANHOUTEN, CROMWELL, LAMB, READE, STILES, GREEN, NEX, CLARK, RHODE, WEATHERHEAD, PIERCE, CARL, WATERMAN, COLLETT
Posted By: Volunteer - Karyn
Date: 9/25/2017 at 15:04:55
Special to the Daily Nonpareil
SIDNEY, IA July 6, 1921
LOSES BARN AND CAR IN A FIRE - LIGHTNING STRIKES BARN OF SIDNEY MAN, SETTING IT ON FIRE:
The barn of Lee Gore was struck by lightning Sunday night and burned down. A new car was in the barn as was also burned.
George Vermilyra and family were visitors at the William Bosworth home over the Fourth.
Mrs. Van Houten has accepted work in the Fremont County Herald office.
Hardin Cromwell , of Arkansas, brother of Mrs. Fred Lamb, is here for a visit with relatives and friends.
Misses Ruth Reade and Beatrice Stiles have gone to California for an extended visit with Ruth's aunt, Mrs. E. J. Green formerly Marguerite Nex, of Sidney.
Robert Clark, who lives north of Sidney, has been quite sick, but is now improving.
John Rhode and Lyle Weatherhead of Tabor were Sunday evening callers in Sidney.
Mrs. Ed Pierce of Geneva, Neb is visiting her sister, Nelle Carl.
Will Waterman, wife and daughter of Oklahoma, are visiting at the George Waterman home.
Chester Collett and family of near Lincoln are guest at the home of Mrs. Collett's parents, Mr. And Mrs. George Waterman.
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