Bedford Daily Mail
July 3, 1920
Page 1


The block on M Street between 16th and 17th streets is roped off on account of the critical condition of Howard Fields who is very low with heart trouble at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Georgia Marley. His daughters, Mrs. Walter Judah and Mrs. Harley McElroy, have arrived from Terre Haute to be at his bedside.



A report has reached here that Jewett Messick, a native of Bedford who had lived in the Northwest since early manhood, died in Iowa June 24th [difficult to read] of Bright's disease. Mr. Messick was a railroad conductor.


Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson of Chauncey, Ill., have arrived to visit the latter's sisters, Mrs. John Lasson, South I Street, and Mrs. D. H. Walter and family, East Seventeenth Street. They will be joined here for the weekend by their father, Volney Rout of Tunnelton and sister, Miss Lucille Rout, who has employment in Indianapolis.


Boone Leonard has sold the Home Laundry to Burrel Farmer who will take immediate possession. Mr. Leonard expects to locate in Florida.


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartley left this morning for Madison where they will spend the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kassten, the parents of Mrs. Hartley.



Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Sears and family are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their daughter, Winnie, who is now Mrs. George Bush of Pasadena, California, and her daughter, Antoinette, who left last week for New York City to spend a week before coming to this city.

Prof. Bush, superintendent of the South Pasadena schools for the past sixteen years, expects to do post graduate work at Columbia University and will join his wife and daughter here for a short visit before their return.

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