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 - TWENTY YEARS AGO From the Indiana Messenger...
TWENTY YEARS AGO From the Indiana Messenger files of August 10, 1904. Samuel A. Smith, Editor. Off for the World's Fair—Mr. and Mrs. Frank iQlover, of Shadyside, and Mss Ei-ma Cunningham, of Indiana, l«ft for St. Louis Monday. Misses Blanch, Helen and Edith Vogel and Blanche Wehrle, of Indiana, left on Mjonday evening for a visit to the St. Louis World's Fair. The B. R. & P. moved into their new building on Thursday morning last and everything is now running smoothly. The station is large land commodious and is arranged in the most convenient manner. (Marriage Licenses—Fred R. Hoffman, of Indiana and Jennie H. Wlheel- er, of Allegheny; Elmer Detwiler, of Strongstown and Elsie E. Judson of same; 'Rue Taylor, of 'Robinson and Eva M. Bowser, of same; Frank G. Steffy, of Marion. .Center and Sarah E. Stewart, of Groft; James M. Bartlebaugh, of Gipsy and Opal Bhe, of Ambrose; William .Banks, of Indiana and Caroline Z. Sweeney, of siame; Elmer S. Kunkle, of Coral and Eliza J. Thompson, of Blacklick; Harry D. Condron, of Home and Nora Lockard, of Indiana; Walter J. Lyda, of Black- Ikk and Clam May Kelly, of same; Ephriam Robinson, of West Wheatfield and Flora M. Reisinger, of Burrell; Clark W. Parks, of Bladrsville and Mabel Harris, of same; Robert ET Fetterman, of Perm Run and Cora B. Mardis, of Strongstown. <

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  1. The Indiana Weekly Messenger,
  2. 07 Aug 1924, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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