Coin News Items, Dec 23, 1920 Page County Democrat

Steve Halstead is back from Nebraska, where he has been for the past three weeks.

Mrs Martha Fosteris enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs Cora Marsh, of Colorado.

Homer Runyan is slowly improving under the skill of a specialist from Omaha. He hopes to be out again in a few days.

Mrs C. VanDuzor and sister Mrs Gell of Goodland, Kansas, who has been here visiting, went to Hopkins, Mo., Thursday, to visit the Ramsey family.

Word was received here Friday of the death of Mrs M.P. Skinner at a hospital in Huron, S.D. Mrs Skinner was formerly a resident of this place and was well known. The funeral and burial were at Huron.

Professor Tallman and wife have gone to Jewell, Iowa, where they will spend their holiday vacation.

Oliver Gamble and Professor Tallman were at Cedar Rapids last week by the serious illness of Mrs Hoskin’s sister, Mrs Henshaw.

Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Eloise Whitmore, daughter of Geo H. Whitmore and Mr Walter Gatewood of Marion, Iowa, to take place at the home of Miss Whitmore’s sister, December 23rd. Mr Gatewood is a traveling salesman working for the Carnation Milk Co.

John Christensen, who has been so seriously ill is much improved at this writing.

Miss Ruby Collings has been confined to her home in Blanchard this week, with a case of tonsilitis.

 

 

Coin News Items Dec 23, 1920 Page County Democrat

Steve Halstead is back from Nebraska, where he has been for the past three weeks.

Mrs Martha Fosteris enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs Cora Marsh, of Colorado.

Homer Runyan is slowly improving under the skill of a specialist from Omaha. He hopes to be out again in a few days.

Mrs C. VanDuzor and sister Mrs Gell of Goodland, Kansas, who has been here visiting, went to Hopkins, Mo., Thursday, to visit the Ramsey family.