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Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
January 04 & 07, 1916
by Chanse Hall, Mount Ayr Record-News
Claire Rhoades went Saturday morning to Des Moines, where he will enter the academy as a student.
J. F. Flynn, of this city, has accepted a position as traveling salesman for the Martin Seymour Paint Company, of Chicago, and left Monday for Chillicothe, MO, to begin work for them.
Sheriff C. M. King has appointed E. L. Nicholas as deputy sheriff to succeed John W. Saltzman who has accepted a position with the Better Roads Machinery Company.
SOUTH WASHINGTON - The Hazel Glenn Sunday School opened the first of the year and during the election of officers, Mrs. Alex Potts was put in as superintendent and Frank
Shidler as assistant.
Merrill King has taken the position in the Rexall Store made vacant by the resignation of C. L. Bertholf and will prove to be a very efficient clerk.
Newly elected Sunday school officers of the Methodist Church are: Superintendent, Geo S. Allyn; assistant superintendent, T. W. Napier; secretary, Eva Wood; assistant secretary, Mabel Butler;
treasurer, Garrett Manners; librarian, Orville Harris; assistant librarian, Frank Harris; organist, Fern Gleason; chorister, Murice White; assistant chorister, Lois Adams.
KELLERTON - Artie Allen and Bert Smith, proprietors of the movie [house] are putting in an elevated floor and building a large dressing room on the east side to accommodate the show people.
KELLERTON - Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bradley are the parents of a little daughter, born to them on December 22.
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2016
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