Bloomington (IN) Evening World,
August 6, 1917
page 4, late edition

Bedford Mail: Master Kenneth Dye left Thursday for St. Louis to visit relatives for a few days. He will enjoy the unique distinction of spending several weeks traveling with the Sells-Floto circus as he is the personal friend of Master Henry Gentry of Bloomington, and Henry Gentry, who is superintendent of the big show will have the lads with him for a trip through Missouri.


Bedford Mail: Mrs. J. H. Underwood, who visited her daughter, Mrs. Richard Harvey, in Pittsburg, has returned home. Mrs. Harvey, who is an accomplished linguist, has accepted a position in the Pittsburg schools to teach Spanish.

Typed and donated by Randi Richardson.