Mrs. Elliott Robley-death-p.6-29 Mar 1954
LOOKING BACKWARD 60 YEARS AGO 'Married: March 9th by the Rev. f. Harper Black at the First M. 3. parsonage, Bert M. Hearn of rlarrisburg and Laura Krieger, of rluntingdor.; William Hetrick and \nna Mary Hanawalt were married at the Dudley parsonage March 2nd. At the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Mears of Dudley, on March 2. her daughter, Alice, was married by the Rev. Reese to Mr. Harvey Bradley. Item from Maplelon: The rleath record of our town noted the removal of three of our oldest residents: Mrs. Elliott Robley, 83; Mrs. Chilcote, mother of William Chil^ote, aged 82; Mrs. Wilson, 76, was taken to Maddensville and laid to rest by the side of her husband. W. N. Flasher, a former resident of Everett, has embarked in a novel business at Shelby, O., that of breeding and rearing fancy pigeons for market and the furnishing of squabs for the city cafes. A knife wound, accidentally inflicted, by a companion while at play almost resulted fatally for James Ficthorn, of Lewis-town, aged 12. He was tus-ling with Russell Baker for the possession of an old dirk, when they slipped and fell, an artery in Fic- thorn's arm being severed. 25 \E.\RS AGO Proceedings aimed at impeachment have been started against Governor Huey P. Long of Louisiana.