Clipped From The Titusville Herald
STURDEVANT - •STURTEVANT, Nov. 25.—Miss Mary Ross of Corry spent,"the, weekend with her parents, Mr."arid Mrs. Hiram Uoss. '"'..., •Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowley, Mr. and Mrs. Esbon Rowley of Kuelfe Corners and John Hill of Pihdlcy Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. George' Mclaughlin lust Thursday. Mrs. Mary Putnum, "Mrs."- Flora Prosbel of Titusvllle, Mrs. Plpra Reed and Mi-, and Mrs. James Ross motored to Spartansburg Sunday and spent the tluy at the home of Oscar Goodwill. •.Glen Reed and cousin, Gladys Proshel of Til.usville, spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and iMrs. N. U Reed. . ' : Mr: and Mrs. Leo Sturgis motored to l/rfion Cit.y Sunday, taking home Mrs. Sturgis' sister, ' Mrs. Oross.v.who had been visiting them the pa,si;' three weeks. They brought backi.Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Sturgis, who bad: been visiting their son, Fred Sturgis, and their daughters, Mrs. Alice Hodge and Mrs. Blanche Tanner/ last week. Benjamin Ruggles of Riceville delivered a /'me new Ford lo Frazik Kelly recently. :: . Mi'H. S. R. Piitn.am h;'is rceeivpd word that her brother, Wilson Ellis-AVelds of Clifton .Springs, bad enlisted in (lie U. S. army ;is an undertaker. ] '