Miscellaneous Newspaper Items - 1920's
From The Bryan Democrat Feb. 24, 1920
Howard ELY, 33, teacher, and Amber FISHER, 22, teacher, both of Alvordton.
Probate Court News
Appraisement of real estate of estate of William SMITH, as filed by E. D. KILLINGER, administrator, confirmed and sale ordered.
David HENRY, administrator, estate of Lucinda ADAIR, has presented final account, hearing March 19.
Appraisement of real estate of Frank FAITH, as filed by Charles E. SCOTT, guardian, confirmed; additional bond of $5800 filed; real estate sold to Albert FAITH, Charles FAITH and Viola MILLER, and deeds recorded.
George STIPE, appointed guardian of Gertrude HEYD, insane; bond of $5000 filed.
Glen KECK appointed guardian of George H. KECK, insane; bond of $6000 filed.
Final account of Charles M. SILCOX, executor estate of Alfred SILCOX confirmed.
Final account of Allen CRAFT, administrator estate of George MILLER confirmed.
Final account of Allen CRAFT, administrator estate of Joshua ESTERLINE confirmed.
Real Estate Transfers
George W. STENGER to John F. NIERCHANT, Center Twp., $1.00.
John Z. FISCHER to Joseph HELD, Edgerton, $1800.
Simon D. MANON to Frank C. MANON, Williams Center, $1.00.
S. G. BECHTOL to Ida SLAYBAUGH, Montpelier, $2650.
John L. REECE to Joseph HUG, Florence Twp., $1.00.
W. Ervin HUFFMAN to Marie J. ROBINSON, Stryker, $ 360.
Christian RINGENBURG to Albert RINGENBURG, Springfield Twp., $7000.
G. C. BEUCHER to Louis BEUCHER, Stryker, $1.
Harvey M. McCAVIT to Harvey C. SMITH, St. Joseph Twp., $600.
Joseph HUG to August HUG, Florence Twp., $9500.
George FAITH to Albert FAITH, Northwest Twp., $1.00.
Clarissa McGUIRE to Clayton A. MAVIS, Edgerton, $ 1475.
Nancy STONER to Ferman E. KIBLER, Millcreek Twp., $1.00.
Bertha A. DRUM to William SMALL, Brady Twp., $1.00.
The body of Lee Arthur DOUZE, son of Mrs. Fred DOUZE, residing in Farmer Twp., was brought here from the U. S. hospital in Colorado where he died of tuberculosis. Funeral at Farmer, Monday afternoon and burial in Farmer cemetery. He was 32 years of age and had been in the navy 12 years.
Word was received last week from the Rev. Glenn M. SHAFER of the death of his mother, Mrs. A. L. SHAFER, at her home in Tiffin, February 16 of bronchial pneumonia. Rev. SHAFER was formerly pastor of the local Presbyterian church, and now minister of the Presbyterian church at Carlisle, Pa.
Miss Genevra GROSS and brother, Frank, of Stryker, spent Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John MATTOON.
The ladies Bible class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will hold its February sociel meeting Friday evening of this week. Mrs. Mae BOOTHMAN, of West Bryan street hostess.
The Bryan Press, August 30, 1923
Mrs. Charles CLINGER died August 21 at her home in Perry, O., following an attack of blood poisoning. She was a former Bryan girl, Miss Cora FREEMAN, and was a sister of Mrs. Walter BRACE and an aunt of Misses Zella and Helen FREEMAN.
Licensed to Marry
Archwer C. TAYLOR, Milan, Mich. and Nellie A. FLEGAL, Montpelier.
W. J. CARROLL sells Paragon gasoline at 18 cents a gallon.
Newspaper Items - 1930's