Juniata

   Juniata, named by the Burlington Railroad for a river in Pennsylvania, is the oldest town in Adams County, and was the original county seat.  The first settlers, members of the Michigan Colony, arrived in 1871 under the auspices of the Burlington Railroad.  The town was surveyed and platted in November, 1871 in Section 12, Juniata Township.  The county organizational election was held December 12, 1871 at the home of Titus Babcock in Juniata.  29 votes were cast and Juniata was elected the county seat of Adams County. 

The first official county business was transacted on January 12, 1872 when the commissioners, S.L. Brass, Edwin M. Allen, and W.W. Selleck ordered the first county courthouse to be erected in Juniata.  The building, to be built in ten days, was 20 feet by 16 feet. 

Adams County's first newspaper, the Adams County Gazette began publishing on November 25, 1871.  No issues, except the first, of this newspaper which printed in Juniata until 1876, are known to exist.   The first train pulled into Juniata on June 8, 1872.  Before that the mail was carried overland from Grand Island, in Hall County, or from Sutton, in Clay County.  A large flour mill, operated by steam power, was erected in 1874, and settlers from all over south central Nebraska and north central Kansas brought their grain to Juniata to be ground into flour and animal feed. 

The Juniata post office was established in December, 1871.  Names of postmasters with dates their service began follow:   Titus Babcock, December, 1871; Wm. Knickerbocker August, 1881; Samuel J. Shirley October, 1881; Samuel L. Brass June, 1885; David V. Stephens November, 1889; Walter E. Shaver May, 1893; Isiah H. Rickel November, 1897; Howard L. Sergeant August, 1914; Tim N. Cannon May, 1934; C. Lavern Gangwish March, 1951; Melvin A. Hagemeyer June, 1952; Bonnie Sittner March, 1973; Kay Brown .      

The Commercial Hotel on Juniata Avenue, south of the railroad depot, was one of the largest in Nebraska west of Lincoln during the 1870s.  Among its amenities were a "sample room" (bar) ladies parlor, and an ornate dining room.  It was demolished in 1897. 

The first school, District No. 1, Juniata, was organized  in 1871.  A large brick school building was erected in 1896 and stood until 1977 when it was demolished.  The last high school class graduated from Juniata in 1967.  Juniata Cemetery, located one mile west of town, organized in 1873, is the oldest cemetery in Adams County. 

The first Methodist Church in Adams County was organized at Juniata in 1872, and built a church building in 1875.  It is still in operation.  The Baptists also organized in 1872, and built a church in 1878.   Their church is now the Community Church.  The Church of the Brethren organized in 1881, built a church in 1893 and disbanded in 1922.   

Juniata's history took a fateful turn on April 12, 1872.  that day representatives of the St. Joseph and Denver Railroad appeared before the county commissioners, asking for $75,000 in county bonds to complete twenty-five miles of track in Adams County.  In a decision that had major consequences, the commissioners declined to fund the project, reasoning that the railroad would build through the county regardless.  The St. Joseph and Denver did build, but its tracks crossed the Burlington line at a place seven miles east of Juniata.  Named Hastings by the railroad, this crossroads grew so rapidly that six years later the county seat was moved there after a bitter fight. 

Despite loss of the county seat, Juniata continued to grow.  The 1897 business directory contains fifty-four listings.     In 1881 Geary Post No 82, Grand Army of the Republic, (an organization of Union veterans of the Civil War) was organized. 

In 1879 C.R. Jones Bank was established.   It later became the State Bank of Juniata and in 1934 merged with the State Bank of Prosser to become the Adams County Bank of Kenesaw.  The Adams County Bank built a new branch facility at Juniata in 1996.   

Juniata has suffered many disastrous fires in its history.  In 1883 seven business buildings burned, in 1892 the flour mill burned and was rebuilt, in 1908, the Thorne Block, the largest building in town with its second story opera house, and the bank of Juniata burned.  In 1917 several brick buildings built after the fire of 1883 burned.  The mill burned for the second time in 1925 and was not rebuilt.  The last major fire in the business district occurred in 1961 when the gymnasium-auditorium, built on the site of two previous fires, burned.      

The Juniata Grain and Livestock Association was incorporated in 1897, changed its name to Juniata Farmers Co-op in 1943 and is now Heartland Co-op.  Juniata's grain elevator is one of the largest in the area, and a sizable livestock feedyard is located north of town.

A two story town pump with band stand was erected over the public pump and cistern at the intersection of  Juniata Avenue and Tenth Street in 1904.  It was later reduced in size and finally destroyed by a tornado in 1960.       

Because of its proximity to Hastings, Juniata is now a commuter suburb with few businesses.  Its population (about 900) is larger today than it was during the 1880s. 

 

ERDMANN & HAMEN'S
Hastings City and Adams County Directory, 1895
Alphabetical list of Juniata residents

Situated in the central part of the county, six miles west of Hastings, has two railroads, the B&M and M.P. The village has a population of 700, has one bank, one weekly newspaper, the Herald, one flour mill, two hotels, two general stores, one exclusive grocery, one harness shop, two elevators, one lumber yard, three livery and feed barns, two graded schools, three church buildings--Methodist Episcopal, German Baptist Brethren, and First Baptist; also a society of Episcopalians. Among the secret societies are the following: Junaita Lodge No. 70, IOOF; Miriam Lodge No 43, Daughters of Rebecka, IOOF; Juniata Lodge 42, AF & AM; Mt Olivet Chapter No 51, Order Eastern Star; Junaita Lodge No 223, AOUW; Geary Post No 81, GAR; Geary Women's Relief Corps No 55; White Clover Camp No 1240; Modern Woodmen of America. Also Company F, 1st Regiment Nebraska National Guards with armory.

Adams Espress Co., G.A. Brass agt

Alves, Henrietta Mrs.

Alves, L. F.

Alves, Robt

Ackley, Winfield, physician, & Mrs. Florence

Allen, Edwin M

Allen, Ethan, retired

Allen, Marilla Mrs.

Angell, Clara, Miss

Angell, Edward G, trav agt

Angell, Geo O, prop. Cottage House, furniture dealer

Angell, Hannah M Mrs

Angell, C H, jeweler

Angell, Inez Mrs, deputy postmaster

Angell, Nettie M Mrs

Aylsworth, Wallace G, & Hattie M Mrs.

B & M RR, G.A. Brass agt

Ball, Miss Sadie

Barker, Wm L, & Susan L Mrs

Barry, Daniel, & Elizabeth Mrs, & Lillie Miss

Beach, James H, & Darcy Mrs.

Bechtelheimer, Geo W. (Oliver & Bechtelheimer)

Bechtelheimer, Jessie L, Mrs

Bechtelheimer, Joseph M, meat market

Bechtelheimer, Catharine Mrs. & Medea, Miss

Bowers, Harrison W, & Catherina F Mrs.

Brass, Anna Miss

Brass Cora B. Mrs

Brass, Geo A, station agt, B&M RR

Brass, Margaret A Mrs.

Brass, Samuel L. lawyer

Bobbio, L. D, laborer, & Frances Mrs.

Brookley, Wm G. druggist, & Estella Mrs.

Brown, Ella J Mrs

Brown, Emma Mrs

Brown, Geo E. (C.R. Jones & Co.)

Brown, George T., bk C R Jones & Co.

Brown, Jessamine E. Miss, music teacher

Brown, Samuel T. livery

Burwell, Judson, & Mary A Mrs.

Burbank, Geo L. Rev. M.E. Church, & Sarah Mrs.

Chambers, Mollie Miss, teacher

Champlin, Wm W. hostler, G.N. McGonegal

Cole, Albert V, insurance agt

Cole, Ely C, clk

Cole, Mable Miss, student

Cole, Susie P Mrs

Collins & Stoner, millers

Commercial Hotel, Richard Van Buskirk, prop

Cottage House, Geo O Ngell, prop

Coulter, J H miller, & Leona, Mrs.

Collins, E G, miller (Collins & Stoner)

Crone, Boliver W, engineer (GG Vreeland), Emma C, Mrs

Dage, Jacob gardener, & Ella M Mrs

Diekman, Wm carpenter, & Mary, Mrs, & Martha Miss

Doll, Louis, shoemaker, & Emma C. Mrs

Drake, S W, miller

Drake, W. T.

Drake, Mary J Mrs

Everhardt, Margaret, Miss

Eldridge, Mary E Mrs

Fisher, Elizabeth, Mrs

Fisher, Joseph,

Fisher, Milton M, painter

Fairbanks, Warren, & W. Mrs

Frew, Washington C, wagon maker & Josephine L, Mrs.

Frew, Walter

Gibson, Emily G Mrs

Gibson, Norman E, pensioner

Gibson, Lottie, Miss

Green, G W. laborer, & Mary M Mrs

Gripe, John W

Gripe, Anna B, Mrs

Gripe, Mary Mrs

Gripe, Oliver B

Halte, George, & Elizabeth, & Mrs, Emma, Miss

Hampton, T.S, clerk A.P. Slack, & Mary, Mrs. & Nellie, Miss

Hancock, Ellen Mrs

Hardin, M.B., druggist, & Maud, Mrs.

Heldenbrand, Henry A, & Pernulla Mrs.

Hill, Anna G Mrs

Hill, Edna J, Mrs

Hill, Benjamin F

Hill, John T, drayage

Hill, Rev. F, pastor Baptist church

Hill, Mary Mrs

Hill Wm & Mrs. Wm

Hill, Alta, Miss

Holm, M, & M.E. Mrs. milliner

Hibberd, L, & Kate Mrs.

Hoover, Harry C, plasterer

Hoover, Martha E, Miss, clk Mrs. M.E. Holm

Hoover, Phillip, brick mason, & Susan, Mrs. & Miss Beulah, & Emma R. Miss

Huckfeldt, Henry B. (Huckfeldt & Co. implement dealers) & Winnie Mrs. & Edith, Miss

Huckfeldt, H. J.

Huckfeldt, Rudolph

Huff, Henry, well sinker, & Elizabeth Mrs

Huffman, Henry, B&M section, & Mrs. H

Hughes, Edward

Hughes, Sarah Mrs.

Hughes, Willis,

Hughes, Chas

Julian, W.A. principal of schools, & Mrs. Grace, teacher

Jones, C.L. & Co. bankers (C.L. Jones & G.T. Brown)

Juniata Herald, I.H. Rickel prop.

Keller, Wm F, & Fannie Mrs, & Nellia A, Miss, seamstress

Kindig, Jacob J. Rev. pastor Dunkard Brethren, & Mrs. Phebe C.

Land, Adam

Land, Gertrude M Mrs

Land, John

Land, Chas

Langjahr, Albert H harness makr, & Lena M Mrs

LeFever, Joseph R, & Elizabeth M Mrs

Lemon, John D., stock raiser, & Sarah B Mrs

Light, James, & Amanda A, Mrs

Lineiger & Metcalf Co.

Liveringhouse, Louis & Mary C Mrs

Lewis, Bayard T & Gertrude S Mrs

McCracken, Imogne Mrs.

McCracken, Lola L, school teacher & Tira, Miss, & Margaret Mrs.

McClure, C.T. general merchandise

McClure, Elvea Mrs

McClure, Theodore, clerk

McFerren, J.D. & Sarah Mrs, & Belle, Miss & Frank

McFerren, L. F.

Morse, W.A. manager Sewell elevator,& Nellie Mrs, & Ernest

McGonegal, guy N, veterinary surgeon & Sarah A Mrs.

Marsh, Seth D. fireman SIA, & Lucy M Mrs

Mason, Wm C

Martin, Henry N & Cora L Mrs

Missouri Pacific RR,

McLean, L.R, agt MP RR & Mrs.

Mizen, Geo E, mgr Liniger & Metcalf Co., & Anna C Mrs

Monger, Elvira Miss

Moreland, Hugh A, auctioneer & constable, & Josie, Mrs

McCarty, A.W. justice of the peace,

McCarty, Donald

McCartney, J S, & Ed, & Will, & Mary Mrs

Neimeyer, Asa, & Sarah, Mrs, & Wm, clk Will Brookley

Norris, Osea & Belle Mrs

Ohlheiser, Wm J (Ohlheiser Bros, hardware)

Ohlheiser, Ed, (Ohlheiser Bros. hardware)

Oliver & Bechtelheimer, lumber and coal

Page, Edmon J & Anna Mrs

Palmer, Robert O, stock breeder, & Solina Mrs, & Grace M, Miss

Pierce, Walter H, painter & Hattie Mrs

Perham, John R, carpenter & Eva G Mrs, & Essie Miss

Pritchard, Alfred H, & Marie M Mrs

Preston, Wm C, & Ralph, & Ray, & Susan Mrs

Pope, Geo A, photographer, & Nancy, Mrs, & Grace Miss

Rants, Isaiah B, carpenter & Eva M, Miss, & Mary O Mrs

Rants, Thaddeus H, barber

Reynolds, George, blacksmith & Mary A Mrs

Rhiner, Christopher B, confectionery, & Emily Mrs,

Rhiner, Sheridan L, asst agyt B&M RR, & Flora Mrs

Rickel, Isaiah H, prop Juniata Herald, & Mrs Catharine

Rickel, Earl C, printer Juniata Herald

Rickel, Jennie, Miss, & Ella, Mrs, & Edna L, Miss

Robertson, Joseph & Mary E Mrs

Robinson, James & Rachael A Mrs

St. John, James

St. John, Wm E, trav agt

St John, Seward T

Sayle, Ida I Mrs

Schneider, Katie Miss, waitress Commercial Hotel

Scholl, Matthew & Lizzie Mrs

Sears, Edwin C, drayman, & Anna C Mrs

Sewell, J. M. Co. grain dealers

Siegner, Albert E, farmer& Rena Mrs

Sergeant, Haward E & Clara E Mrs

Shattuck, Amos, carpenter, & Debbie L. Mrs

Shaver, Elsie E Mrs.

Siren, Mathew A & Barbara Mrs.

Slack, Addison P. (A.P. Slack Co. general merchandise) & Ida T Mrs

Seward, Roscoe A

Sidwell, Smith

Smith, Benjamin F, lawyer & Sarah E Mrs

Smith, Philip T,

Smith, Isaac

Smith, Sarah, Mrs

Smith, John W, physician

Smith, Mary K Mrs.

Smith, David

Smith, Susie, Mrs.

Spade, Wm H, carpenter & Ellen Mrs

Scudder, C.C. & M. F. Mrs, & Marion G Miss

Schmid, Jacob section B&M RR, & Mrs. J

Stoner, N. H.

Strunk, Eliza S Mrs

Sunby, Christen C & Anna Mrs

Tappan, Merritt, carpenter

Thompson, Frances M, carpenter

Thompson, Fred M, laborer

Ticknor, Theodocia E, Mrs & Elsie H Miss

Todd, Rush H, bk Oliver & Bechtelheimer, & Ada Mrs

Twidale, Aubrey L (Twidale & Son)

Twidale, Wm T. (Twidale & Son meat market)

Trausch, Nicholas, & Anna, Mrs, & John, & Emma, Miss

Van Buskirk, Richard, prop Commercial Hotel, & Hannah Mrs

Vanhouten, Roy

Vanhouten, Frederick, hostler

Vanhouten, John R, livery, & Sallie Mrs

Vreeland, Garrett G, grain dealer, & Sabrina Mrs, & Louisa M Miss

Walker, Charles A

Walker, Daniel G

Walker, John H

Walker, Sarah, dressmaker

Webster, Sanford, & Jennie P. Mrs

Wells, Herbert E & Ida D Mrs

Wells, Alvin E

White, Anna Mrs.

Willett, J. V. & Mrs.

Willett, Edwin (Willett & Son grocers)

Wilson, Eliza, Mrs.

Wiltrout, John E & Ella M Mrs

Workman, Wm S.

Workman, J.M., & Mrs.

Workman, R. L.

 

ADAMS COUNTY DIRECTORY   1925-26

Published  by Wolfe and Pickering, Kenesaw, Nebraska

Alphabetical List of Juniata Residents

Adrian,     John,  wife Lena; Barbara 18, Marian 11, Geraldine 13 mos, William 16, Raymond 14, John 6.

Alves,    Louis F.  retired traveling salesman, wife Minnie, Lilly.

Austin,    Harve, stock buyer, wife Agnes Jean; Agnes 18, Florence 16.

Baker,     A. B.  laborer, wife Marguerite; Clifford 11, Clayton 10.

Baker,     Troy, cigar maker, wife Opal; Gwendlyn 8, Maxine 6, Margaret 4.

Banister,     J. H.  DLD maintainer, wife Nancy; Phillip 11, Walter 9, Orvil 7, Amy & Unice 6, George 4,                       Dettamay 2, Clyde 6 mos.

Bates,    C.L.  barber, Lois 2, Doris 8 mos.

Battreall,    Thomas,  section hand, wife mary; Oliver 15.

Battreall,     Katie.

Battreall,     Billy,  mail carrier , wife Ruth.

Bottomley,    W. H.  Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot Agent, wife Ema.

Bradley,    A. W.  farmer and stock buyer, wife Ella.

Burroughs,    Chas.   cream station, wife and two children.

Burwell,    Judson,   retired.

Buskirk,    Edgar,  works oil station in Hastings, wife Ruth; Edgar Jr 1 mo.

Buskirk,    Mrs. Mary, widow of J. T.

Butler,    Mrs. Mary, widow.

Butler,    Frank,  cigar store, single.

Butler,     R.   elevator manager, wife Mary.

Cannon,    Tim,  drug store, wife Myrtle; Laurene 9.

Carl,     B. F.  grocerman, wife Sadie; Evert 17.

Carter,    S. M.  laborer, wife Mildred; Ruth 6, Charles 4, Myrtle 3, Luella 8 mos.

Chase,    G. B.  retired minister, wife Mary.

Childs,    W. L.  carpenter, wife Sarah; mabel Newell granddaughter 16.

Clauder,    Mrs. Libbie, widow of L. H.;    Leland.

Clayton,    B. C.  works on road,  wife Sarah.

Craft,    Cora,  housekeeper.

Crane,    Mrs. E. V.,  Dale 18.

Crosier,    Evelyn,  primary teacher Juniata Schools.

Davidson,    Lucy,  second grade teacher, Juniata Schools.

Davis,    C. L.  barber, wife Edith;   Cletrac 4, Clenore 3, Cleo 1.

Davis     F.    laborer,   wife Lottie;  Evelyn 15.

Davis,     John,  harness maker, wife Alice;  Oral 17, Willard 14.

Day,        Henry,   drayman, wife Bertha;  Dora 1, Evert 6, Edward 4.

Dean,      B. M.   laborer.

Dean,    Hattie.

DeLay,    R. D.  traveling salesman, wife Rose;    Lela 12, Ersel 13, Zura 14, Friel 17, Rosel 19.  

Doll,    Mrs. Emma,   domestic.

Eckersley,   Joe,   school janitor, wife Florence.

Foster,    F. W.  barber,  wife Maud;   Kenneth 10, Virginia 9.

Frye,    R. W.  laborer,  wife Virgil;    Phyllis 3, Robert 11 mos.

Gangwish,    Albert,  works in elevator,   wife Clara;  Albert Dale 5.

Gangwish,    Elmer F.  blacksmith, wife Caroline;  Augusta 2, Gertrude 14, Velma 13, Verna 9, Eunice 5,                         Marjorie 3, Reinhard 11, Harold 8.

Gangwish,    J. F.  retired farmer, wife   Rosella;  Fern 17.

Gangwish,    Mae,  school teacher.

Gooding,    U. S.  wife Rosa.

Hall,        G. W.   retired farmer, widower.

Halsey,    B. A.  section foreman, wife Rose;  Hannah 7, Mary 5, William 3, Irmise 9 mos.

Halsey,    Jerome,   retired, Civil War Vet.   widower.

Harris,    Fred,    retired farmer.

Harris,   Miss  Mary.

Harris,    Lydia,  widow of J. W.

Hayes,    E. B.   machinist,  wife Stella;    Cal 3.

Helman,    John L. mgr Juniata Lumber, wife Odessa; Gwendolyn 11, Evelyn 9, Irene 7, Jack 8, Glen 5.

Hendrickson,    J. M.  Burlington freight house, Hastings;   wife Katie. 

Hendrickson,    Ora,   Riggs Optical, Hastings 

Hohfield,    August,  carpenter,  Mrs. Conover housekeeper,   John 17.

Holt,    Wm.   gardener.

Halte,    George

Hoover,    Harry,  mail carrier,  wife Florence;   Alice 17, Grace 12, Philip 15.

Howe,    James,  farmer, wife Alma.

Howland,    Frank G.  mail carrier, wife Rose; James 18, Winfield 16, Kenneth 14, Elton 10.

Howland,    S. P.  Civil War Vet.  wife Sabie.

Hubbard,    E. P.  manager grain assn.  wife Hattie.

Hurst,    Marguerite,  grammar teacher, Juniata Schools.

Itzen,    S. H.  cashier, State Bank of Juniata, wife Harmka;  Alverta 4.

Jessie,    Joe,  brick mason, wife Marie; Helen 12, Nellie 8.

Johnson,    Rev A. W.   M.E. minister, wife Irma; Lois Loree 2.

Johnson,     Earl.

Johnson,    S.   retired farmer,  widower.

Karr,    F. L.  stock dealer, wife Oma;  Dorothy 7, Maxine 6, Ellen 3, Janice 2 mos. Keith 4.

Lancaster,    John,   retired, widower.    

Land,    Mary,  widow of Adam.

Lapp,    Titus S.  Assistant Principal Juniata Schools.

Lawritson,    Gladys,  Principal Juniata Schools.

Lilly,    S. W.  retired farmer,  wife Mary.

Liveringhouse,    Louis,  retired farmer,  wife Mary.

McElfresh,    C. A.  retired farmer, Cecil DeMoulin grandson 15.

McFerren,    Ida, widow;  Darrel 18, Lauvella 16, Frances 14.

McHarry,    Gale,  McHarry Bros Garage,  wife Elizabeth

McHarry,    Walter, auto mechanic

McHarry,    J. W. retired framer, wife May;  Miss Maud.

McKelvy,    Mrs. J.  widow.

Madison,    M.  retired blacksmith,  wife Anna.

Magner,    Roy,  wife Anna;  Bernice 10,  Dale 2.

Marsh,    S. D.  engineer at Ingleside,  wife Lucy;   Opal 14.

Martie,    J. C.  drayman,  wife Bessie; Virginia 8, Phyllis 4, Violet 5, Alva 10, Virgil 1.

Martin,    M. C.

Mays,    Tom,  laborer, wife Mrs. Tom;  Arland 17.

Miller,    Leo,  mechanic,  Miller Bros. Garage, single.

Miller,     Ralph,  mechanic, Miller Bros. Garage, wife Marie.

Moran,    J. M.  poultry dealer,  Miss Belle.

Nash,    A. J.  wife Mina.

Nation,    Al,  widower.

Needham,    E. L.  railroader, wife Martha; Selma 8, Olive 10, Verneda 14, Raymond 12,  Ezar 18.

Needham,    Cyril,&  Wayne.

Nelson,    Erland, Superintendent of Schools,  wife Naida;   Isabell 2 mos.

Newell,    C. E.  retired farmer,  wife Cynthia

Nida,         George, retired farmer, wife Isabell.

Ormond,    Joseph, retired druggist,  wife Elizabeth.

Ormond,    Ralph,  barber.

Palmer,    C. S.  laborer,  wife Stella.

Pierce,      Mrs. C. H.,  widow

Plum,    Joseph,  laborer,  wife Lydia.

Preston,    Lillie,  widow,    Rex 14.

Pritchard,    Arlene.

Randall,    E. S.  retired farmer,  wife Isabell.

Rankin,    John, laborer, wife Julia;  Dorothy 9, Earl 14, Harvey 12, Junior 2.

Reynolds,  George,  retired farmer,  wife Mary;  Joe 10.

Robinson,    J. A.   laborer,  wife Helma.

Robinson,    Burton.

Savery,    H. R.  retired, wife Lydia;  Rex.

Scudder,    I. B.    team work,  wife Jennie;   Leola 13, Charley 14. Helen, Walter, Lyle.

Sergeant,    H. L.   Post master,  wife Clara;   Doris 17, John, Luther, Lucy..

Sergeant,    Helen,  First intermediate teacher, Juniata Schools.

Sergeant,    Neal,  mail carrier, wife Jean; Elfie Mae 5.

Smith,    G. W.  retired farmer, single.

Snavely,    J. C.  stock dealer, wife Martha; Helen 4, Charles 8, Junior 4.

Snell,        F. M.  section hand,   wife Della;  Sherman 12, William 10, Mae 9.

Snell,        G. H.  section foreman, wife Mary;  Mildred 15, Anna 6, Wayne 13.

Snell,        Mrs., widow,   Dan 18.

Stephens,    Hannah E.   widow.

Stone,        E. E.  widower,   Myrtle 18.

Stone,         Ted,  road maintainer;  Leslie, road maintainer.

Strong,    C. E.  Baptist Minister,  wife Muriel; Marjorie 7, Carolyn 3.

Strong,     Ella T.  widow.

Tatro,    C. H.  section foreman, wife Mary;  Imogene 10 mos.

Tooley,    A. L.  farmer, single, nieces Beatrice 12,   Grace 17.

Trousch,    Theodore,  John,  threshermen.

Trousch,    Thomas,  farmer, wife Lulu; Vivian 9, Richard 6, June 1.

Vreeland,    Cora,  telephone operator, widow,  Leta 17.

Vreeland,    N. E.  railroader, wife Donnie; Jand 18 mos.   Nelson Jr 18 mos.

Weseman,    M. L.  salesman, wife Lolaha; Cecil 14, Gaylord 11, Irene 5, Betty 18 mos.

Wheat,    Earl,  Steins Store, Hastings, wife Hattie.

Whiting,    E. L.  bookkeeper, Juniata State Bank, single.

Wiltfong,    Frank, salesman,  wife Lillie; Bertha 12, Mildred 9, Fern 6, Violet 2, Isaac 11, Franklin 4.

Wiltrout,    J. E.  farmer, wife Ella.

Wood,        Mrs. Jennie, widow of R. O.

Wood,        R. G.  retired farmer, wife Eliza.

Woods,    O. W.  retired farmer, wife Bell.

Woods,     George, & Floyd.


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