Etherton, Opal marries Ben Richie - Kinsley Graphic - 18 Oct 1917, Thur - pg 8

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of he phsy-chological. In see i of at of a Mr. at fine Offerle. W. M. Kurth and family and Earl Lightcap and family visited friends in Lewis Sunda3'. Mrs. Frank Stinson and son returned returned home Thursday, after a two months' visit with her parents at Pittsburg. Misses Edwina and Linda Bren-neisen, Bren-neisen, Bren-neisen, of Kinsley, spent Sunday with horue folks. . v Henry Golyard is in the hospital at Dodge City, where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. At last report he was recovering nicely. Edgar Brumfield was in .Dodge City Monday on business. Fred Stegman was a passenger for Kinsley Monday. Mrs. J. C. Windmill and daughters, Ethel and Dixie, of Lamed, stopped, en route from Ford, Saturday and visited at the R. Speck home. Mr. Windmill, with the rest of the family, family, motored out from Lamed Sunday Sunday and took them home. Joe Kurth and Harry Speck were calling on friends-in friends-in friends-in Lewis Sunday. Ed Noblett, of Kingman, visited Sunday at the Brenneisen home. Waldo Wade departed Thursday evening for his home in Columbia, Mo., after spending the summer at the M. W. Oliphant home. Mrs. Hattie Frey and son, Leslie, A. Offerle and wife, and Miss Louise Billomy motored to Larned Sunday. J. R. Stinson is riding around in a new Ford, recently purchased of Jess Ward. Mr. Ben Ritchey and Miss Opal Etherton were quietly married in Kinsley Friday. Both young people live north of town and are quite well known here. They will reside with the bride's parents for the present. Herman Kurth and family and Ed Kurth and family motored to Dodge City Friday. The Wild West Show given at the high-school high-school high-school auditorium last Thurs- Thurs- uay evening was a grand success. Every player did his part well and really made one think they were real cowboys. The roping contest wras especially interesting as it also dis played some of the artistic work of the manual training class. No admis sion was cnargea at tne door so a i i . . i collection was taken for the benefit of the athletic club which amounted to $5.50. L. H. Renfro departed Sunday for Kansas City, Mo., for a several weeks visit with his grandmother. Marguerite Alexander, of Dodge City, visited Sunday with her mother here. Mrs. Shoafstall moved into the Brown house, recently vacated bv L. A. Williams, Saturday. .Miss Agnes Tenbnnk returned Home Sunday from Dodse Citv. where she visited her sister, Mrs Will Leonard. - - , J .Mrs. Knoll took suddenly ill with inflammatory rheumatism while in town Saturday, and is beine rarpd for at the John Loibl home. John Boehme and Grant Hedges made a business trip to Ellinwood Monday. - .Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stevens and daughters, of Crescent, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy North and sons, of Kinsley, were guests at the J. Minter home Sunday. jonn Boenme and family motored to Macksville Sunday. L. at at 2

Clipped from The Kinsley Graphic18 Oct 1917, ThuPage 8

The Kinsley Graphic (Kinsley, Kansas)18 Oct 1917, ThuPage 8
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