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R. H. Triplett, Wicker. L. D. Pedigo, J. J Heath, Jr., MLsa Jan M H Jensen of engagement Marie Wolcott, 15 Market. member battalion, with the m. /. w fc. V Itr*. W p. » Berg. Friday of Mrs. to members Aid R. A. meet- became a and of gas warfare. This fear was intensified at the end of January any better than a Democratic state could. Obituary Gridkr Man Dies. John Shaffer, of Gridley, died at 3:30 o'clock this morning at the Newman Memorial County hospital, where he had been critically sick for the past week Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon in the Methodist church at Gridley. Burial will be In Gridley cemetery. ** He was born January 14, 1873 and lived most of his life in or near Gridley. He la survived by sir brothers, William Shaffer. Burlington: James Shaffer, Grldiey; Charles Shaffer, Colony; Edward Shaffer, Anaheim Calif.; Was Shaffer, Madison; Frank Shaffer, Kingston, Ohio,; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Jennie Wessel. 824 Union. Barbara Ann Bryant Dies Barbara Ann Bryant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- H. Bryant. Rt. 1, died in the Newman Memorial County hospital this morning. Private funeral servlc» will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Roberts-BluB funeral home Burial will be in Fowler cemetery' She was born August 3. 1942 Sh° Is survived by her parents; ¿ grandfather, Frank Mathena, 828 Peyton; a grandmother, Mrs. Leona Schrimskee, Emporia. Mmry Louis* Ro«ene DIe« Miss Mary Louise Rosene, 8 State died early this morning at Newman' Memorial County hospital. No funeral arrangements have been made She was born November 4 1932 About Town Collections of New» Paragraph* and Advertisement*. Past Presidents of Kendall lodge will meet at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon ».t the home oí Mrs. John Mattingly, 639 Sherman, W. E. Telchgraeber and O. H. Lambert returned from Kansas City Friday night where they attended a war veterans reunion. Will pay cash for 5 to 7 room home. Prefer good home. Phone 363. Visitors In Kansas City on Thursday were Miss Betty Stack, 213 South Congress; Mrs Howard Goodwin, 826 Constitution; Miss Peggy Dukes, 42Í West street; Mis¿ Jo Ann Jones, 212 West Fifteenth; Miss Dorothy Diebolt, 727 Exchange; Miss Marie Mletchen, 314 West Twelfth, all Santa Fe employes Mrs. Daniel Hirschler. Jr., of Ashland, is visiting at tha D. A. Hirschler home. 1428 Rural. McVey-Jone* Ambulance truly K hoepital on wheels. Phone 54.—Adr. Jarrett H Thomas. 820 Union, received news Friday that he had passed the radio technician tests he took In Toiieka. recently He is subject to call when he completes his enlistment papers Mrs. Kathleen Stiffler, 1228 West Sixth, spent Thursday In Wichita. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Don Foncannon will arrive in Emporia tonight from Sergeant Foncannon's Marine base at Santa Ana. Calif., for a furlough visit with Dr. and Mrs. Frank Foncannon, 705 Union Just Arrived I New shipment oí

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  1. The Emporia Gazette,
  2. 24 Feb 1945, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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