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Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Jan. 9, 1936, p. 9:
"Reported Recovering
- Glenn A. Weirich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weirich, of Washington, R. D. 5, employed by the Bell Telephone Company, is recovering from a knee operation in the Manhattan General Hospital, New York City."

McCLAIN, ATWELL, ZAMERE, BERMAN, OF___, MARSHALL, GREENWALT[?], or GREENWART[?]

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Jan. 9, 1936, p. 9:

"Eight New Members For Journalistic Group - With Austin V. McClain, W & J alumni secretary, serving as the presiding officer, eight students were inducted into Pi Delta Epsilon, national honorary journalistic fraternity [?], at a meeting held at the [college?] last night. 

New members are Ray Atwell, ____ Zamere, John Logan, John ___land, Barnard Berman, Paul Of__, Joseph Marshall and Gerald Greenwalt [Greenwart?]. Following the initiation, Ray Atwell was elected president and Maurice Zamore secretary.

The group will meet monthly."

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Tues., Jan. 17, 1936 [possibly 1935 ? unless it is a year in review?], p. 4:

"Deeds - 

- November 3, 19__ - Orie S. [Haller ?], Donegal Township , to Don S. Lane , [can't read Lane's location, or description of lot], all on Highland avenue, Donegal township, $1.

- "December 31, 1935 - First National Bank, Houston, to Blanche E. Dague, et. al., Houston, a lot 50 by 50, Main street, Houston, $3,500.

-"January 3, 1936 - [to Houston Evangelical Christian Church]

-"December 21, 1935 - Anne E. Hayes, et. al., Washington, to Ross Independent Oil Company, a lot [can't read the rest].

- "December 7, 1935 ? - Sa___ [Sadie ?] Dague, South Franklin Township, et. al. to Albert J. Allison, East Washington, et al, [# acres ?], East Finley Township, $100.

"December 27, 1935 - D. M. Anderson, master in partition, to John Bryan, Monongahelia, a lot fronting [100 ?] feet, Fifth street, Monongahelia. "September 20, 1935 - Lillian Crawford, et. con., Canton, Ohio, to Peoples Bank and Trust Company, California, a lot fronting 50 feet, Pittsburgh street, West Brownsville, [price not readable on Xerox copy]."

 

"[all caps] Has Rounded Out 14 Years As Detective [all caps] - W. B. Dinsmore Is Also Prominent in Legion Affairs - Few of the employees retiring from office yesterday had served longer in their respective positions than William B. Dinsmore, of Washington, who rounded out 14 years as Chief County Detective. He held the important office under three District Attorneys, the late Judge Erwin Cummins, of Houston; Judge Howard W. Hughes, Washington, and Attorney Warren _. B [Burchinal ??].  [rest is too blurred to read. Article is very long.]

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Tues., Jan. 17, 1936, p. 15: [excerpt only]

Mrs. Weygant's aunt and uncle... Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler McClure..

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Jan. 20, 1936, p. 4:
"LABORATORY - 

"David McClure visited Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nixon of Thomas. Mrs. Nixon is a sister of Mr. McClure.

"Mr. and Mrs. Emmett McClure of Amity were callers Sunday at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Della Roberts.

"Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Weygandt were guests Saturday at the home of Mrs. Minnie Kammerer of Swissvale.

"Mrs. Jennie Charlton, who has been seriously ill the past three weeks of a heart ailment, is reported improved.

"Mr. and Mrs. Christian Weygandt and daughter Ella Mae of the Hill Church vicinity visited here Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Weygandt.

"The local inn and gasoline station which has been operating[sic] for several years by Preston Hatfield, has been sold to Samuel Bales, of East Maiden street, who will operate both inn and service station.

"The Missionary Society of Laboratory Church will present a play entitled 'The D**strict Skule' which will be given in the church Thursday and Friday nights, December 30 and 31. The scholars will all be persons from Laboratory community. Proceeds will go to the Womans Missionary Society. The first rehearsal will be held tonight at the home of Mrs. James Frye. Those who are to take part are asked to be there at 7:30.

"The regular Wednesday evening prayer and Bible study meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Viola Freeman at 7:30. These cottage prayer meetings will be continued throughout the winter.

"Harold Charlton, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Charlton, of Laboratory, who has been ill at his home for several weeks of an attack of appendicitis, is gradually improving.

"Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMurray were guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns, of Gabby Heights."

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Jan. 22, 1936, p. 5:
"Buffalo Grange Will Meet Friday Evening -
  Buffalo Grange No. 1523 will meet Friday night, January 24, at [8 ?] o'clock, in the Cleland school, with the new officers in charge.

The program, on the theme 'Know Your Own Grange,' follows:

Introduction, lecturer.
Hidden treasure contest and grand march.
Song.
Rollcall [sic], answering question, 'What Does the Grange Mean to Me?'
Music, orchestra.
Reading, Mrs. John Miller.
Song.
'The Origin of Our Subordinate Grange,' Mrs. John Flack.
'Things the Grange Should Do in 1936,' extemporaneous.
Music, orchestra.
The Grange ritual, officers of 1935.
Orchestra."

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Jan. 22, 1936, p. 5:
Advertisements - [very blurred]
Carl A. Vance, 109 S. Main St. Phone 473 - Norwich Remedies

Valentine & Murray - Geo. Wash. Hotel, Phone 2298 - Rexall Remedies 

Miller's Pharmacy - cannot read rest

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa.,  Jan. 28, 1936, p. 11, page unknown:

Advertisement:   

"J. M. LANE , AGENT.  Real Estate and Insurance.  Room [248?] Wash. Trust Bldg. Phone 17." [NOTE:  This is probably one of the West Middletown Lanes.]  

Advertisement - Realtor, Fire Insurance - Wm Christian 

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Feb. 19, 1936, page unknown: [citation only]

Mrs. Clara J. Lutes... Rev. _ R. Burson, pastor of the Beallsville Presbyterian church...

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Mar. 31, 1936, p. 7:

"Missionary Meeting - The Womans [sic] Missionary Society of Central Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter P. McConkey, North Main street. Mrs. William Saxton, Mrs. Clyde Rodgers and Mrs. McConkey will be in charge of the program."

[A column is cut off at the top. Caps added.]
[First item readable is about David McCLURE.]

"Walter FOWLER, a member of the Headquarters Company of National Guards, returned to his home here Saturday after having spent the past week at McKees Rocks.

"Mrs. Belle ROBERTS and Mrs. Mabel FRYE attended the funeral in Washington Saturday afternoon of George MOWL, who died at his home in Monesson Thursday of pneumonia and was buried in Washington Cemetery Saturday.

"Mrs. Earl ROSS and her father J. T. REYNOLDS were callers in Waynesburg Tuesday afternoon.

"Miss Frances KELLEY of Briar Hill spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. REYNOLDS.

"Mrs. Lottie CREE of Amity was a guest Monday at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Ethel SHIPE.

"Mrs. Bernard NASER and children Norma Jean, Peggy Lou and Junior and her brother Sammy SWART spent Sunday with Mrs. NASERS [sic] aunt, Mrs. Merle MANON, of Van Buren.

"Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. PAUL and Mrs. Harold PARL [?] and children, Alice Laura and Junior, of Wilkinsburg, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. PAUL's father, John PAUL, and his sister, Mrs. Ethel SHIPE, of Laboratory. The condition of Mr. PAUL who has been ill for several months, remains unchanged. Other guests at the PAUL home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. S. D. RIGGLE of Lone Pine and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn RIGGLE and daughters Betty Mae and Dorothy of Centerville. Glenn RIGGLE is a grandson of Mr. PAUL.

"J. T. REYNOLDS of Laboratory and R. A. SAMPSON of Washington were callers in Greene County Sunday at the home of N. E. EVANS, who has been confined to his bed for some time due to illness.

"Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn WEYGANDT and David McCLURE of Laboratory were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry HIXON of Thomas. Mr. HIXON, who has been ill for some time of a heart ailment, is improving but is still confined to his home. Mrs. HIXON, who has been ill, is improving.

"[about the Laboratory dartball team - no names]

"[about the play 'District Skule']

"The regular monthly meeting of the Golden Link Class of Laboratory Church will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John C. TEYSSLER. The word for roll call will be 'Ressurection' [sic]. A covered dish luncheon will be served.

[annual Laboratory church meeting - no names]

[Altruistic Class of the Third U. P. Church - no names]

"Sunday morning new officers for the Laboratory Sunday School were elected as follows: Superintendent, Dr. W. W. WEYGANDT; assistant superintendents, Elmer CRUMRINE and R. J. CARLTON; secretary, Harold CARLTON; assistant secretary, Edna Mae CRUMRINE; Treasurer, Mrs. Mary POLEN; organist, Miss Virginia POLEN."

"Glyde Missionary Meeting Wednesday - the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. Church of Glyde will meet Wednesday, April 1, at the home of Mrs. Amy ROBERTS. Mrs. D. B. COOPER will be leader of devotions. The program leader will be Mrs. Florence FORSYTHE. Those who have quilt patches at home are asked to bring them to this meeting. The usual covered dish dinner will be served. All members and visitors will be made welcome."

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 8, 1936, p. 3:
"LABORATORY -

"Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Weygandt were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver, of Thomas.

"Mr. and Mrs. William Templeton, of Linden, spent Thursday evening at the home of the latter's brother, David McClure and family. Other guests at the McClure home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dawson, of Finleyville.

"Mr. and Mrs. Stewart A. Dague and children, Shirley Ann and Charles Ann, of Van Buren, visited Sunday afternoon with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler.

"Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sanders spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sanders' father Mr. Rutan, of Chambers Dam.

[Laboratory Dartball team.]

"Miss Eva Mae Charlton was a weekend guest at the home of Miss Martha Weirich, of Washington R. D. 5.

"Mr. and Mrs. James Rocco and daughter, Elsie, of Canonsburg, were guests over the weekend at the home of Mrs. Rocco's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bedillion.

"Miss Nelle McElree, of Crafton, spent Sunday as a guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Weygandt.

"Mrs. Opal McDonigal, of Bridgeport, Ohio, is visiting this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mitchell.

"Mrs. Lee Finch, of Lagonda visited for a short time Monday with her grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Iams.

"Mrs. Lee Dillinger, of Waynesburg, was a guest last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Dunn.

[Annual congregational meeting of Laboratory church.]

[Mid week prayer and Bible study.]

[Rest of column cut off on this Xerox copy.]

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 8, 1936, p. 3:
"LABORATORY -

"Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Weygandt were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver, of Thomas.
"Mr. and Mrs. William Templeton, of Linden, spent Thursday evening at the home of the latter's brother, David McClure and family. Other guests at the McClure home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dawson, of Finleyville.
"Mr. and Mrs. Stewart A. Dague and children, Shirley Ann and Charles Ann, of Van Buren, visited Sunday afternoon with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler.
"Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sanders spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sanders' father Mr. Rutan, of Chambers Dam.
[Laboratory Dartball team.]
"Miss Eva Mae Charlton was a weekend guest at the home of Miss Martha Weirich, of Washington R. D. 5.
"Mr. and Mrs. James Rocco and daughter, Elsie, of Canonsburg, were guests over the weekend at the home of Mrs. Rocco's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bedillion.
"Miss Nelle McElree, of Crafton, spent Sunday as a guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Weygandt.
"Mrs. Opal McDonigal, of Bridgeport, Ohio, is visiting this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mitchell.
"Mrs. Lee Finch, of Lagonda visited for a short time Monday with her grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Iams.
"Mrs. Lee Dillinger, of Waynesburg, was a guest last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Dunn.
[Annual congregational meeting of Laboratory church.]
[Mid week prayer and Bible study.]
[Rest of column cut off on this Xerox copy.]

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 8, 1936, p. 3:
"WOLFDALE -

"[church services]
"[Boy Scouts; Cub Scouts.]
"The Golden Rule class held their regular meeting at the home of Eleanor Baker last Friday afternoon. There were twenty members present in addition to their two teachers, Mrs. Donald Ward and Mrs. Frank Crompton, and a guest, Mrs. W. D. Reed. The girls made.... [rest cut off on this Xerox]."
[Rest of column cut off on this Xerox copy.]

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 10, 1936, p. 7:
"PERSONALS -
"HOME FROM FLORIDA - Mrs. D. M. Wesel, of the Smart Gown Shoppe, 60 North Main street, has returned from a three months' vacation at Miami Beach, Florida.
"HOME FROM FLORIDA - Dr. and Mrs. Max Hootman, East Maiden street, returned yesterday from a three months' sojourn to St. Petersburg, Fla."

"Services Auxiliary ___ Monday Night" - [blurred; not quoted] ....Auxiliary of the Central Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Martin, 335 Locust avenue... joint hostess is Mrs. Dorsey Petit.... this is first meeting of fiscal year.

 

NOTE: THESE ARE ALL EXCERPTS. ARTICLES PROBABLY CONTAINED MORE NAMES THAN LISTED HERE (MY SISTER JUST JOTTED DOWN NAMES OF INTEREST TO OUR RESEARCH). SHE DIED BEFORE BEING ABLE TO GO BACK FOR ACTUAL COPIES. SEE MY MAIN PAGE UNDER "OTHER FAMILIES" FOR MORE INFO.


Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 14, 1936, p. 10: 
Jurors - May 18 

Earl Caldwell, farmer, Hanover
Charles Lutz, farmer, West Pike Run
Charles Hazlett, farmer, South Franklin
June 1 J. C. Zediker, farmer, North Strabane
W. H. Baker, farmer, Centerville 
Henry Bane, laborer, East Bethlehem

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 15, 1936, p. 1:
"Local Men Painfully Hurt in Hill Church Road Crash Last Night - James Lane, of Penn street, and John Crouch, of Second street, were painfully but not seriously injured last night when their automobile collided with a truck on the Washington-Pittsburgh road north of the Hill Church. Each was badly ___ and bruised but was able to return home after being treated by a local physician.
"They were en route to Pittsburgh to attend a DeMolay function when the accident happened. Their automobile, owned by W. W. Crouch, was badly damaged and the truck was also damaged considerably."

[Article about Falls creek and Brookville, Jefferson Co., Pa. concerning the Works Progress Administration -WPA. Names in article: Dale Thompson, Falls Creek; Herman ____ of Falls Creek; Josh McDonald of Reynoldsville - all 3 jailed; Daniel Keller of Coal Springs was hurt.
Second Article from "Johnstown, April 15" about relief workers in Cambria Co. for the WPA. Name: Earl Mardis, labor organizer in District 11.]

"MONTHLY MEET [sic] OF SPORTSMEN - Wild Life Pictures Are Shown; Many New Members Received - [excerpt about the Washington Sportsmens Association - names mentioned were: Thomas Smith, of Langeloth, president of the County League; Dr. G. W. Rinck, president of the Association; Frank Comkpton, appointed chairman for junior sportsmen's assoc.; Nevin Davis, named sec. and treasurer of the group.

Ad: "Hear Carrie Marsh sing 'His Big Bass Viol.'. Eagles tonight."


Article about Henry H. Hood was cut off in Xeroxing. He was elected Secretary-Treasurer at an Insurance Company. His father had the same roles since 1915, the late H___ Hood. 

Ads: [all are 3 lines long; names only copied here]
Newmark Shoe Store
H. D. Peterman, Optometrist
Ben Reynolds & Co. - musical and Electrical __
Reichart Furniture Co
J. Samolsky & Son Shoes and Men's Clothing
Sharp's Furniture
Samilson's - Women's Wearing Apparel
J. Luois Siegal - Shoes, Men's Wear
[There were more Ads, cut off in Xeroxing]

 

Article from The Daily Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 17, 1936, p. 8: 

"Wills Probated - The following wills have been filed in the office of the Register of Wills and letters of Administration issued:
"Hannah M. Lane, late of Washington, who died March 7th leaving an estate valued at $100. named a daughter Lula G. Davis and son-in-law, Henry W. Davis of 143 Ruple avenue as beneficiaries.
Mrs. Talitha Matilda Miles, late of Washington, who died April 2 leaving an estate valued at [$3,600 ?], named the following as beneficiaries; blanche M. Hill, daughter, Benton, Ill.; Leslie B. Miles, son, Clearwater, Fla.; Arthur E. Miles, son, 201 Franklin street, Washington; Elfie M. Stroup, daughter, Red Barn, Tex.; Ralph Ribb, grandson, address unknown; Ruby Gray, granddaughter, New York City; Ritta Ribb, granddaughter, Texas; Hatta Riddle, sister, Saegertown; Ida Koontz Murphy, granddaughter, 730 Beech street, Washington; Almina MacIlrie, no relation, address unknown, and Hazel Gray Miles, daughter-in-law, Tampa, Fla. Letters of administration were issued to Clyde S. Koontz."


"Were Overcome by Gas Engine Fumes - Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler McClure, near Thomas, were rescued from axphyxiation [sic] from gas engine fumes because Mrs. McClure summoned neighbors by telephone when she found her husband lying on the floor. They were washing and Mrs. McClure returned from hanging out the clothes and found Mr. McClure on the floor. She telephoned neighbors, who arrived at the house to find Mrs. McClure sitting on the steps in an apparent stupor. Both were revived."


"Two Alledged Numbers Runners Are Arrested [copy blurred, excerpt only] - Libero Venanzi, Monongahela and Arthur Gordon, Washington, arrested. Constable Clark Miller; Constable Walter _____. Ulderman William Knox.


"Widow Awarded $800 For Breach of Promise - Beaver, April 17 - A jury awarded Mrs. Mila Suzich, Freedom, $800 yesterday in her heart balm suit against Eli Belich, 50, also of Freedom. She sued for $25,000."

 

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., May 18, 1936,  p. 11:
"Marianna School Visits County Seat Points of Interest - Forty students from the sixth-seventh and eighth grades of the Marianna schools visited Washington Saturday and spent a full day sightseeing. "During the morning they visited the Modern Tygart Valley Glass Plant. They also visited the jail, fire department and completed the day's outing by seeing how a newspaper is printed. They were shown the various departments of The Reporter and followed the process of getting out a paper from the beginning to the time the paper went to press. The mats and the plates they had seen made in the composing and sterotyping [sic] rooms were followed to the press room where they saw the complete paper coming from the big press. The students were accompanied by their teachers.
"Members of the party follow: Luvenia Allen, Anna Bagrich, Joseph Bagrich, Doreen Bell, Loretta Boyd, Dorothy Caylor, Nora Crockett, Betty Cromwell, Gertrude Davis, Janet Dennis, Helen Doty, Mary Ferguson, John Fetsko, Pauline Fetsko, Gordon Hammond, Emma [Jesses ?], Anna Koss, Virginia Lauderback, Helen Matula, John McCarty, Richard Miller, Ada Morris, Ethel Muransky, [Elljah -sic] Nichols, Francis O'Rourke, John Pollack, Stephen Pryor, William Reneovich, Mary Roth, Margaret Sabol, Charles Smith, Kathleen Smith, Mary Stogran, Benny Tambourine, Mickey Temonoff, Mary [Tonn_e ?], Grace Williams, Frances Wolfe and William Witherspoon."

 

Article from The Daily Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., May 20, 1936, p. 11: [top of column cut off]-
[first item cut off] "....entertained in their home here Sunday Mr. Creighton's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Morton and daughters, Jennie and Dorothy, of Eighty-Four.
     "Mrs. Belle Roberts visited Sunday evening with friends in Elm Grove, W. Va.
    "M. and Mrs. Robert Weygandt will leave today for their home in Tucson, Ariz., after having spent the past week visiting here at the home of the forme's father and sister, John Weygandt and Mrs. James Frye.
     "Miss Lucile Blake is spending several days at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ward and daughter, Eleanor, of Martins Ferry, Ohio.
    "Mrs. Nevada C. Christman was a guest Saturday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Swaney, of Carnegie.
    "Wheeler McClure, of Thomas, spent Sunday here at the home of his brother, David McClure.
    "Mrs. Anna Rush is visiting for several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Donald Lewis and Mrs. Sowers, of Lone Pine.
     "Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knott of Pittsburgh, were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Weygandt. Mr. Knott is a nephew of Mr. Weygandt. Other guests at the Weygandt home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dague and small granddaughter, of Monongahela.
     "Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Conner and daughters Eva [Dale ?] and Roxie Lee of Lone Pine visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMurray.
    "Fred Fowler is spending several days at the home of his sister, Mrs. Stewart A. Dague, of Van Buren. Mr. and Mrs. Harper Manon of Van Buren visited Sunday at the home of their son-in-law, Clarence Conkle, who is recovering from pneumonia at the home of his mother in Laboratory.
    "Mr. and Mrs. James Hanna attended the funeral Monday of Mrs. Clarence Craig, of Claysville.
    "Miss Hilda Washabaugh, a graduate nurse, was called Saturday to Waynesburg by the serious illness of Mrs. Garard.
    "Mrs. William Templeton, of Linden visited Saturday evening at the home of Miss Mary E. Pittman. Mrs. Garnet McKahan, of Washington, spent Sunday with her sister, Miss Pittman.
    "The Womans [sic] Home Missionary Society at Laboratory Church will hold their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Joseph Hallam of Acts of the Apostles. [sic; but, it appears the words "Acts of the Apostles" was meant to be in the next item which is a notice of the regular midweek Bible study and prayer meeting in "the church", not identified. This notice also ends with "The subject will be 'The Acts of the Apostles'.] [item about a church's, not identified which one, prayer and Bible Study meeting. Item not typed here; contains no names.]
    "Mrs. John Edgar returned to her home in Pittsburgh Monday after having spent several days here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Iams."
[Rest of Xerox copy too blurred and faded to read.] 

 

 

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