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Ross H. Bell

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Bell is the Cashier of the Wiota Savings Bank. He is following in the footsteps of his father and successfully carrying his part of important business responsibilities. There are few young men who have done as well as Ross H. Bell, and the position of trust which he holds is a fitting reward for his attention to business.

He has been associated with the Wiota Savings Bank for six years and the concensus of opinion is that to his tact and energy a great deal of the success of the bank may be credited. His father, R. R. Bell, has been a resident of Cass county for over forty years, and by perserverence, and square dealing has achieved a nice competence. In 1906 "Ross" was united in marriage to Miss Pluma McDermott, whose parents are well and favorably known in and around Wiota.

Fraternally Mr. Bell is a Mason and has been chosen as the temporary secretary of the next Republican County Convention.

The News-Telegraph takes pleasure in giving him place and notice in this edition, and sincerely hopes that he may have happiness and all the best things this old world affords.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg. 79. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, January, 2018.

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