Friday, July 25, 2008

Clippings from the Churubusco Truth (1917)

Columbia City Post ~ Wednesday, September 26, 1917

  • Geo. McAlexander, of Champaign, arrived last week for a few days visit in the home of John Claxton.
  • Hon. Geo. W. Kichler is the proud owner of a new Saxon 6-cylinder runabout, the car arrived Saturday.
  • Alf Johnson of the Exchange Bank is taking a week's vacation and will not be on the job before Monday.
  • Phil Downey, of the Truth, left for Notre Dame Tuesday, to complete his senior year in that university.
  • Mrs. S. F. Ort, Miss Ursula Magers, Oscar Isay and Robert Ort formed an auto party to Kentucky last week.
  • Gustave Brumbaugh will hold a public sale of household goods Saturday. His wife will return to Kansas for the winter.
  • Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Weaver, son Joe, and Miss Hilda motored to Ligonier and spent the day with relatives last Sunday.
  • Frank Fogel has purchased a handsome new 6-cylinder Saxon auto.
  • The Churubusco schools are working now under township authority.
  • Mrs. L. D. Crabill was the guest of Chicago friends part of last week.
  • Mrs. W. F. Spangler is spending the week with relatives at Columbus, O.
  • S. F. Ort spent the fore part of the week at Cleveland buying goods for Ort Bros.
  • Julius Isay left the latter part of last week for Bloomington to enter Indiana University.

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