"The Ohio City Progress" April 6, 1933 |
Extracted by Sally Bird
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Grace Collins spent Monday evening with Mrs. Dull.
Mrs. Dewayne Brubaker who has been ill is much better.
O. E. Harvey and wife spent Sunday with C. A. Leasenhoff.
Mrs. Eugene Dull called on Mrs. Ray B. Wright Saturday afternoon.
Madalyn Ernie of Rockford was a guest of Mrs. R. M. Brubaker, Tuesday.
L. B. Scheidt, wife and son spent Sunday afternoon with Albert Hertle of Van Wert, Ohio.
Claude Webb, of Marion, visited his uncle and aunt, Mell Webb and wife, Friday afternoon.
Several from the local auxiliary attended the Auxiliary conference, Wednesday at Kenton, Ohio.
Mrs. W.H. Rice who is a patient at the Van Wert County Hospital is reported getting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Sherman are visiting at New Holland, Ohio at present. They will be gone about ten days.
Mrs. Mell Webb and niece Juaneta Seger were called to Ft. Wayne Saturday due to the serious illness of Mrs. C.M. Miller.
Mesdames Alva Burnett and Fred Ernie are guests of their sister this week, Mrs. C. F. McLean, of Huntington, Indiana.
L.M. Hays, wife and son, of Adrian, Michigan spent Sunday with home folks. Mrs. Hannah Scheidt accompanied them home.
People of Ohio City are busay raking yards and planting flowers for the coming summer. These things help to beautify your home.
Mrs. Helen Giles of Detroit, Michigan spent the week with home folks. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Juanita Giles.
Fred Ernie, wife and daughter, Madalyn of Rockford and Alva Burnett and wife were guests of relatives in Fort Wayne and Huntington Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva E. Sherman were visitors at Eaton Rapids, Mich. over the week end and attended the archery tournament at Ann Arbor, returning home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Rapp, Clerk of the Sycamore Board of Education, and Myron Lorah and wife, school bus driver and business man of Sycamore, Ohio were Sunday guests of Supt. and Mrs. Edgar M. Crawford.
Mrs. D. E. Carrol and daughter, Betty Lou, Mrs. W.C. Reed and daughter Patsy Ann, all of Dayton and Mrs. Nolan Stitz and son David of Pontiac, Michigan, were Thursday and Friday guests of their aunt, Mrs. Mell Webb and other relatives.