Plattsmouth Journal September 2, 1909
The Avoca Department (Personal Items of Interest)
Theron Malcom was a cook visitor Sunday.
Rev. Kokjer is at Clark's for a two day visit.
V. W. and Dave Straub are at Des Moines this week.
H. G. Wellensiek spent Sunday with Osage relatives.
Nicholas Trook has been on the sick list this week.
L. U. Hupp had business at Lincoln Saturday evening.
The new residence of L. J. Marquardt is being painted.
Fred McGrady and wife now occupy the Baier property.
Finley Lindsey and Fred Ruhge Jr. were at Omaha Sunday.
Mrs. A. B. Lewton had her residence reshingled this week.
Banker Wellensiek had business at Nebraska City Wednesday.
Ella and Eda Meyers visited at Berlin several days this week.
Ora E. Copes and wife were at Cook Sunday visiting relatives.
Miss Florence Wilkinson has returned from a visit at Bethany.
William Wulf was at Nebraska City Tuesday attending the races.
George Wanderer and wife are entertaining relatives from Chicago.
Henry Ruhge and wife made a trip to Nelson the first of the week.
Mrs. Fred McGrady entertained relatives from Weeping Water this week.
Ben Mohr has been wrestling with one of Jobe's comforters this week.
Dick Steffens and wife arrived home from their trip to Germany this week.
Little Catherine Zook of Auburn was visiting her sister Neva here Tuesday.
Clyde Bogard went to Louisville this week, where he has secured a position in a barber shop.
George Shackley and wife were at Plattsmouth this week visiting and attending the carnival.
Henry Kuhnhenn enjoyed a visit from relatives who reside at Seward and South Dakota this week.
Miss Emma Marquardt will leave this week for Gotherburg, where she will teach in the schools at that place.
Fred Carston was bruised up quite badly last week, caused by the horses running away with the hay sweep.
Charles Conrad trained down from Omaha Saturday evening for a few days with relatives and friends.
L. U. Hupp made a trip to South Dakota last week and sold 480 acres of land to some parties near Nehawka.
Misses Irene McCoy and Elva Fisther of Cook were here several days this week visiting their uncle, Ora E. Copes.
Henry J. Behrns has purchased the stock business in Avoca of Marquardt and Nutzman. Mr. Behrns will take charge January 1.
William Kempke purchased the Churchill farm of A. Zimmerer, Jr., this week, consideration 10,000. Deed was made by L. U. Hupp.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverman are the proud parents of twin girls, born last week at a Lincoln hospital. Mrs. Fred Bertel is caring for them at her home in Avoca.
One of the twins of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunterman, aged about 8 months, died Thursday evening and was buried Friday. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community.
Gillespie and Snyder shipped three cars of stock Tuesday.
Mrs. Robert Propst is visiting at Havelock this week.
Mrs. S. A. Scholtman and daughter, Miss Olga Fight, were spending Monday in Omaha.
W. T. Richardson and family spent Sunday at Fred Bein's.
Miss Lillian Bajeck of Plattsmouth returned to her home Wednesday after visiting a few days at A. J. Snyder's.
Roy Howard and wife and two children spent Sunday with D. J. Lairs.
Mrs. Clara Grey of Stevenson, Wash., is visiting at Oscar Gapen's.
Miss Anna Snyder has returned from her visit with Miss Villa Gapen at Murray.
Mr. Charles and family spent Sunday with Mrs. William Wetenkamp.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lloyd of Lincoln were visiting at C. L. Jean's this week.
Mont Robb was tending to business in Omaha Wednesday.
Mrs. Ada Harlon was visiting with friends in Mynard Tuesday.
A. J. Kiser and Grant Hackenburg were in Nebraska City Wednesday attending the races.
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