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1920

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Nov 6th 1920
BURNHAM BOOSTERS

Mr. and Mrs. William Haase attended a reception given in honor of the “newlyweds” at Denton—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burgess

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mills formerly of Burnham are the proud parents of their second pair of twin boys. Congratulations

EMERALD EARTHQUAKES
Arthur Deinert had his toenails removed Monday.

Charles Wells is building a garage for Harry Danley.


ROKEBY RATTLE
The Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E. Finney.

George William’s new home has been completed and they moved in last week. They have a handsome, all modern bungalow, delightfully planned and beautifully furnished. A home such as anyone would be proud to own.

Nov 18, 1920
SPRAGUE SPIELS

There was a taffy pull and fudge party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Frohn last week, Thursday night, by the high school students in honor of Mrs. Morton who had been teaching at high school at Centerville until they could get a teacher. Miss Jones took charge Monday.

EMERALD EPISTLES
Mrs. Robert Cameron who had been sick quite a number of years passed away last Thursday at 3 o’clock at her home near Emerald. Burial was in Yankee Hill Cemetery. She leaves to mourn, one daughter, and one son and brothers and sisters.



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