Source: Steuben - Republican Newspaper, Angola, IN 7 Aug 1901.
Nevada Mills - Frank Root spent Sunday with his Aunt Mrs. S.
Parker. Iola Bachelor accompanied Lillian Morse to the Buffalo
and Harley Webb, accompanied by their wives, went to the exposition
Gage - Charles Squires is again ill and confined to his bed.
Tubbs has returned to Angola for a few weeks visit with relatives. Mrs.
Butler wishes to inform her friends that she is not drowned as was
Orland - William Harding of Butler, Indiana and nephew A. B.
and son Carl left the first of the week for a bicycle trip to the
part of the state. Charles Twichell writes home that he arrived safe
sound at his destination at Kingston, Texas and enjoyed the trip very
but was twenty pounds lighter for the journey which he made on his
Flint - Fred and Grover Brown drove over to Coldwater Sunday to
their uncles Lorenzo and George Brown. Mrs. James Mann visited at James
Brown’s part of last week. David Benninghoff has bought of Dr. Bowen
the old hotel property and the carpenters have commenced work on
repairs. He will run a hotel and meat market.
Hamilton - Forty-one uninvited guests called at the home of Mrs.
H. Dirrim last Monday evening on her 80th birthday. They were kindly
and entertained by the hostess. Charles Dunk and wife visited her
Mrs. V. N. Briner and family at Orland last Saturday. Mrs. Briner and
sister Lovina returned with them to the home of their parents, Frank
Page - Gertie Hauver of Angola is visiting her cousin Mrs.
Thomas. Ed Rugg and family of Lansing are visiting Mrs. Rugg’s mother
Pleasant Lake - Ruth Ransburg of Fort Wayne is visiting here.
and Rena Shoulters of Garrett are visiting Mrs. Lillie Stone and Emma
Dayhuff. The annual Fetterhoff family reunion will meet at the home of
Gilbert, August 22.
Hudson - Mrs. Ona Hess of Hamilton is visiting her parents
Harpham and wife. Mrs. Sarah Fink and children from Ohio are visiting
parents George Libey and wife and other friends here.
Otsego Center - Dell Armsbaugh and Nellie Dalley went to Detroit
an excursion Sunday. J. Knight and family of Pleasant Lake, visited
Thursday with Frank Eber and family.
Fremont - Mrs. Ansley and son, who have been visiting her
Rev. W. W. Landis of Pioneer have returned home. The carpet bug is the
of discussions at all gatherings of ladies in town these days.
Sowle Settlement - Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler of Chicago are visiting
Fred Schneiders. Mrs. Wheeler being a sister of Fred. They all spent a
few days last week camping at Lake James.
Salem Center - Born Friday, August 2, 1901 to Porter Hughes and
a son. A. E. Emerson and Mother Mrs. Ashbaugh, and J. D. Dewitt
Hillsdale College Day at Island Park, last week.
York - Mr. and Mrs. John Cox visited her parents in Bethel,
last week. Daniel Knisely of Waterloo, Indiana was the guest of his
J. B. Knisely part of last week.
South Jamestown - Mrs. Ward Filo of Flint, visited her son Alva
over Sunday. M. R. Clark and family of Fremont is spending a week with
his sister Mrs. Fred Cory and family.
Metz - Mrs. Jones visited her brother and sister John
Cyrena Burch a few days last week and returned to Waterloo last Monday
by Bertha and Bernice Williams.
Crooked Creek - The funeral of Lorenzo Cornish was held at the
last Tuesday. He died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Granville Ward,
Fremont, age 69 years 2 months and 15 days old.
Died: Elmer Sutton, son of George and Margaret Sutton.
Married: Mr. Robert Dixon of Angola and Miss Mabel Wyckoff of
Obituary: Arza Clyde Rathbun, son of La Fayette and Laura
of Nevada Mills.
Notice of Settlement of Estate: James A. Krum
Submitted by: Jean Ann Childers