1902 - Marion and William Dutro attend party in Philo
to is of J. News From Phllo. PHILO, April 21.—Quite a severe earthquake shock was felt here this morning at about 2 oclock. C. J. Ruddock and wife returned yesterday from a trip to the county seat. Miss Myrtle Sanders was visiting friends at Philo last week. E. L. Davis of Santa Rosa is in town on business this week. It is reported that a railroad is under construction from the terminus of the Albion railroad to Christine. An entertainment was given at the school house on Saturday evening last. A social gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- Calluni last Friday evening. Among those present were: R. E. Brown and wife, M. A. Ray and wife, R. Eten and wife. Misses Maud Prather, Emma Woelffel, Birdie Hartley, Mae Kirchofer, Kirchofer, Olive Eten and Bertha McCallum, McCallum, Messrs P. S. Ray, P. M. Beach, Marion Dutro, George Clow, T. D. Ruddock, William Dutro, Harry Kent. Games were played until a late hour, when lunch was served and everybody took leave with best wishes. Some of the local sheep-shearers started out yesterday to shear in the vicinity of Christine. The fruit trees of all kinds are in full bloom, no damage being done yet by frost. Thus far everything promises promises well for a good crop. H. B. Hickey of Albion passed through on business last week. Trout fishing promises everything this year. Some good strings have been taken in Indian creek. T. N. Cureton and dr,ughter Stella passed through Philo last week en route to the Hub. REVIEW.