p. 2, Col. 4, Arthur Foulke

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p. 2, Col. 4, Arthur Foulke - From the Early Files 24 YEARS AGO, JUNE 7, 1922...
From the Early Files 24 YEARS AGO, JUNE 7, 1922 The city water pressure was so low that persons were asked not to sprinkle their lawns. Mrs. H, S. Matthews entertained entertained members of the Embroid- ery Circle at her home on Col- avenue . Lawrence and Fred Stockdale lcft for Toled0j O hio to return with two news cars for Calla- ban's earaee aQS , . . Mr. and'"Mrs. Ray burn "Magnett "Magnett of Goldsmith were happy over the arrival of a boy. •; » » * .! The state encampment Spanish-American war veterans was being held in Kokomd. 12 YEARS AGO, JUNE 7, 1934 Russell Downes, who was employed employed at the'Big Four railroad shop at Beech Grove, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Downes. . « * * D. E. Liest was returned to his home on North. Main street from the Methodist hospital'in Indianapolis. . * * « Funeral services were held in .Arcadia for Arthur Foulke. • * .» a

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune07 Jun 1946, FriPage 2

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)07 Jun 1946, FriPage 2
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