The Toledo Chronicle
Toledo, Tama Co. Iowa
March 14, 1878
Wheat sowing has commenced.
The Lyceum is still alive, and an exhibition is anticipated at the end of the term of school here.
Mr. F. SHAFFER is the new sub director.
The citizens have concluded to put a new bell upon the large school house and raised most of the money at the election on Monday last.
Dennis PHILIPS is the happy father of a pair of twin boys; the mother and boys are doing finely.
Dr. James G. HAGERMAMN has returned from the medical College and is about locating in a new town north-west. James is a worthy young man, and will succeed. He "means business."
Miss Nettie SAPP is recovering from a severe attact (sic) of diphtheria.
Two weddings in town this week - Bohemians. 'Squire VANANKEN performed the ceremony.
Our harness maker is now a married man.
Two young men left on last Monday for Ames College - Clint and Ed. BEAL. Success attend them.
The protracted meeting is still continuing with interest.
Mr. James KRAPEL has built a new fence around the yard of his new residence.
Wm. DAVIS is digging a cellar under his kitchen, and Charles LEWIS has built a house on his farm, and expects to move soon.
Mrs. C.G. MASON has gone to Minnesota to see her aged father and mother, who were lying very sick. Her mother died a few hours after her arrival and her father is not expected to recover.
Still a few cases of diphtheria around but no deaths lately.
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