VARIETY OF PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS
Posted By: Lois Shaul (email)
Date: 7/22/2019 at 10:22:46
Prof M.E. Killenger was transacting business with Sept. Marsh, Friday.
Mr. Louis Schoening of Oak township was doing some trading in Glenwood, Thursday.
Mr. J.W. Miller of Rawles township was visible on the streets of Glenwood, Thursday.
Mr. R.J. Coles of York, Nebr. was visiting with Mr. E. Starbuck.
Mr. Hans Schroeder of West Oak Had business before the board of supervisors, Friday.
Mr. Charles T. Norton of Malvern was settling up business in the county capitol, Friday.
Mr. H.H. Miller of Wellington, Kan. is visiting with his brother J.W. Miller.
Mr. Robert Kirkpatrick left Monday for Des Moines where he will attend Highland Park College.
Our old friend Mr. A.B. Clarkson of Hillsdale was attending to business in Glenwood, Friday.
Miss Catherine Agnew of Plattsmouth is visiting her friend, Miss Jo Daniel, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Miles of Mt. Carroll, Ill. visited the first of the week with Rev. W.E. Story and family.
Mrs. J.S. Anthony left Tuesday for Athol, Kansas, being called there by the illness of a sister.
Miss Blinn, Miss Webergand and Mrs. Rowe of Omaha(?) were the guests of Mrs. Carlton Wheeler, last week.
Mr. E.A. Stone, one of Malvern's prominent business men had matters to look after in Glenwood, Friday.
Mesdames Harvey Young and Seth Dean returned from a three week visit with relatives in Wisconsin.
Messrs. Andrews and Joe Wearis from Hastings were attending to business in Glenwood Monday.
Mr. James Bone of Council Bluffs was in Glewood to interview Tax Ferreter Sturdevant. He left a nice big check behind when he left for home.
Mr. John Fisk returned Saturday from South Dakota, where he had been summoned by the illness of his father. The latter was much better when John left him.
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