Past Town News

March 31, 1915

Source:  Steuben - Republican Newspaper, Angola, IN 31 March 1915

--- Miss Blanche Kemery was home from Fort Wayne over Sunday.
---Miss Edna Jefts, of Camden has been visiting for a few days in thehome of D.W. Harmen and family.

---- The ladies of the Congregational church will have  Easterbaking on sale next Saturday at Masts meat market.

---Mrs. Esther Zabst is visiting this week with her sister at LaFountaine, and with her daughter at Marion, Indiana.

-- Sheriff Hershey went to Fort Wayne Monday with James Hutchins, whowent for medical examination in the Lutheran hospital.

-- Roy Waite and his mother, of Homer , New York, who have been visiting Dr. H.D. Wood's family, left Monday for California for an extended visit.  Mrs Waite is Dr. Wood's niece.

--The Guild will hold a nickle social at the home of Mrs. O. Carvernext Wednesday, April 7. Those to assist in the entertainment are Mrs.T.R. Gilbert,  Mrs Lew Kirk and Mrs. Frank Hughes.

--Earl C. Sherrard of Angola, son of prof. C.C. Sherrard, of TriStateCollege, was granted the degree of Master of Science from the Universityof Michigan at Ann Arbor by the board of regents at their March meetingheld last week.

--Miss Nina Hawk, who has lived in Angola many years and is at present employed in the home of Ora Smith and family, was called to Columbia City last Sunday by the death of her father, who that morning or the night before was struck by a Nickle Plate freight train and instantly killed. His agewas 53 years.

-- Sylvenus B. Ewers and wife have recently moved from Lansing, Michigan, to the farm owned by his father, Ora Ewers, three miles north of Angola.Mr Ewers has been in the automobile business at Lansing for the past threeyears but has now concluded to try farming. The lil (the rest is cut off)

Submitted by: Jean Ann Childers