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Deweese Booster Jan 5 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

The Misses Anna and Elizabeth Fry spent Christmas in Lincoln with their mother who is taking treatment at one of the capitol’s sanitariums.

 

Deweese Booster Jan 5 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Schlick Monday, December 18 1916, a daughter.

 

Deweese Booster Jan 26 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Geo Rich spent Sunday in Lincoln with Mrs. Rich who is taking treatment at one of the city’s hospitals for rheumatic trouble which does not respond as rapidly as was hoped for.

 

Deweese Booster Jan 26 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Mrs. Albert Norlin was taken to the Mary Lanning hospital Tuesday for surgical relief from a trouble of long standing.  Her many friends will rejoice in her restoration to them in good health.

 

Deweese Booster Jan 26 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Word was received in this city last week of the death of Mr. Chauncey Holcomb at Dow City, Iowa.  Mr. Holcomb was the youngest brother of Mr. A B Holecomb of this city and was quite well known here since having spent a season in the Old Trusty factory a few years ago.

 

Deweese Booster Feb 2 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Wm Kathe, local John D representative, slipped and fell while working in the oil house Wednesday and dislocated a knee.  Roy Jones was working with him at the time and assisted him to his home where he will probably be forced to remain for some period of time.  Roy is temporarily in charge of the oil house.

 

Deweese Booster Feb 2 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Wm Ely died at his home in East Clay Center this morning at one o’clock after an illness of only five days.  Mr. Ely had continued his work at the factory until five o’clock Monday afternoon.  Chronic liver trouble is given at the cause of his death.  At this time we have not learned the date of the funeral.

 

Deweese Booster Feb 9 1917 pg 2 Clay Center News

Mrs. Joe Taylor was taken to Hastings Monday, where she entered a hospital for treatment.  The old lady has been in ill health a great part of the winter and the treatment at the sanitarium is expected to benefit her.  An ambulance from Hastings was called over and the trip was made in that vehicle.  Chas. Taylor came over Sunday and accompanied his mother

 

Deweese Booster Apr 6 1917 pg 2 Clay Center News

There is joy at the Arthur Kyne home over the arrival of a fine 8 pound boy, born Monday, March 26, 1917.  The Sun extends felicitations.

 

Deweese Booster Fri Sep 21 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Cards are out announcing the marriage of Frederick H Garver to Miss Blanche Davis of Poola, Mo. On Sept 4th.

 

Deweese Booster Fri Sep 21 1917 pg 4 Clay Center News

Jno McFarlane and family, Mrs. Ewing and Mrs. Bentz attended the funeral of Mrs. Jas. McFarlane in Fairbury last Friday.