References to John B. Gillham death - Iola Register 10 Feb 1925 Page 3 Col 2
5ILW0OD. (Miss Lulu McBee) Fab. 3. —Mrs. K. E, Young and .Mrs. George Sisson of Spring Valley Valley district "called on their uncle, J. B. (iillham, Monday afternoon. Albert .McBee haule.d flax straw from Boyd's Monday afternoon, Claude Gillham and little daugh- ter Lois called at .McBoe's Wednesday Wednesday morning. Roy Cook of Spring Valley district district sat up with J.. B. Gillham Tuesday night. .Mrs. J. F. Boyd attended Frank -McAdams' sale Wednesday. .Mrs. Emma Smith called at Char, Burrows's to calf for the doc•% tor of Bronson for her father. J. B. Gillham. She also called some relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heath from up uy .Mildred called pn J. F. GUi- ham's Wednesday. Quite 'a number of the road dragging men dragged the roads this week, wljich is very much appreciated appreciated by every one. .Miss Luiu McBee stayed all night with -Mrs. Kmmet Ferguson Thursday night while .Mr. Fergu- KQU .sat up with J. B. Gillham. J. B. Gilihain, who had a stroke of paralysis some time ago, passed away Thursday night about midnight. midnight. Funeral services, were at North Fairvlew church, and interment interment was in the North Fairvlew cemetery, Sunday at 2:30. Mrs. Ed Eastwood and Mrs. Mark Cubblson came down to J. B. Gillham's Friday and helped with the dinner which was appreciated very miich by .Mrs. Gillham and relatives who were tjiere. Mrs. Charley Burrows called at .McBee's Sunday afternoon. The rain Sunday wasn't appreciated appreciated by anyone in this neighborhood. neighborhood. Mr. Glen Stafford has u new 1925 Ford touring car. • Delbert Sisson called at Albert .McBee'9 Sunday afternoon. Quite a number from this neighborhood" neighborhood" attended Howell's sale Saturday.