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MANNEN, Jack Barn Fire
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - May 9 1913
A little afternoon Thursday as we were getting ready to print, the barn of Jack Mannen was discovered afire. The flames spread through the loft and breaking through the roof, as we go to press looks as though they would save the lower portion of the building. No insurance.

MANNEN, Mrs. A. J. - U. S. Series Quilt
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - September 19 1913
Mrs. A. J. Mannen had on exhibition at the fair last week a calico quilt which deserves special mention. The quilt contained 56 blocks representing the different states and possessions of the United States and was worked in 128 different designs. This quilt took first prize in the fancy work department.

McCOOK - SICKMAN Wedding
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - June 6 1913
A quiet wedding occurred at the Germantown Catholic church last Tuesday morning when Miss Rose McCook and Martin Sickman were united in holy wedlock, Rev. Father Weigand officiating, in the presence of a few relatives and friends. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party assembled at the home of the grooms' parents where a bountiful wedding breakfast was served. The young couple went to Appleton City, leaving on the morning train for different points in Oklahoma where they will spend several weeks before returning home. These excellent young people are well and favorably known here and have the best wishes of the Recorder and the readers for one continuous ray of sunshine and prosperity through many years of happy wedded life.

MICHEL - BATSCHELET Wedding
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - February 14 1913
Married Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock at the home of Mrs. Matt Michel in this city, by Rev. Petty, Mr. Albert Michel and Miss Mary Batschelet in the presence of the families and a few guests. The wedding ceremony was followed by a fine dinner prepared by the mother and sisters of the groom, which was enjoyed by all. Among the guests was Mrs. Marolf, grandmother of the groom who is 84 years old, who took an interesting part in the affair, standing at the piano, while Miss Lizzie Heuser played and all united in singing that gold old son 'Nearer My God To Thee'. The young people have a large circle of friends who join the Recorder in congratulation and wishes for them in a happy and prosperous journey through life together.

MILLER, Fred Wins Again
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - October 10 1913
Fred Miller went to Galena last Sunday where he pitched a game of ball for the Carthage team against the Galena Bunch. The score was 7 to 3 in favor of Carthage. He is scheduled for another game next Sunday.

MONTGOMERY, Mrs. J. Returns
Clinton MO - March 1901
Mrs. J. Montgomery has just returned from her trip to market for the latest in millinery. She was in the Ferguson building, upstairs, six years but now is pleasantly situated in the building known as Steck's store on the southeast corner, right across the corner from her old stand. Also has a nice stock if notions.

MURRY, Ben Burned With Gasoline
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - September 12 1913
While working with a gasoline lamp at the Geo. Schiller shop Tuesday morning, Ben Murry received very painful burns. The lamp exploded throwing burning gasoline on Bens clothing. He ran to the public well and jumped in the watering trough which extinguished the flames. He was painfully burned about the hands and arms but his injuries are not considered serious.

NOLD, J. B. Native Lumber
Montrose Recorder, Montrose MO - March 21 1913
I will have a saw mill at my place 1 1/2 miles east of Montrose in a short time and will have Native lumber for sale, in all forms. If you want some particular sizes, phone, or write me your orders and the lumber will be cut as you want it. - J. B. Nold

 

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