Ohm visited by John Ricker - Kinsley Graphic - 8 Nov 1917, Thur - pg 8
'HtltMMMMM4 couirnr correspondence X Offerle. R. Speck and A. E. Buxton motored to Larned Friday. Rev. F. J. Stinson, of Pittsburg, Pa.f is visiting his son; Dr. F. D. Stinson. Mrs. Frank Logan visited her sis-ter, sis-ter, sis-ter, Mrs. E. E. Waters, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ricker and family, family, of Bushton, visited Sunday at the Alice Ohms home. Fred Cain, of Hamill, S. D., arrived arrived Friday for a visit with his father-in-law, father-in-law, father-in-law, father-in-law, father-in-law, B. F. Davis. Martin Urban and family visited friends at Loretta last week. Mrs. Clara Zahorsky and children, of Ell in wood, came Tuesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Naglo. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Relhorst and daughter were passengers to Hutchinson Hutchinson Monday. Mr. Miller, of Denver, Mo., arrived Saturday evening for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. C. E. Brumfield. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Oliphant and daughter, Cora, visited relatives in Kinsley Sunday. Ralph White and Eugene Renfro returned from Dodge City Saturday ven;ng. Ernest Hedges and Rex Showers spent Sunday in Trousdale. j .'A girl was horn to Mr. and Mrs. S B. Young Wednesday, October 31. E. J. Tenbrink and daughter Edna and sister, Miss Agiles Tenbrink, motored motored to Dodge City Sunday and visited visited their sister, Mrs. Will Leonard. The remains of Mrs. Thos. Darcey, NVho passed away at her home ,in Hutchinson last Wednesday, October 31. was brought here Friday for bur-i bur-i bur-i Services were held at the Catholic Catholic Chun li, and interment made in the Catholic cemetery. Geo. Brelmi went to Sterling Sa-j Sa-j Sa-j in day cvering and will accompany his wife ho'iie, who has been visiting there Ihf past month. Miss Louise Bellomy went to To-peka To-peka To-peka last Wednesday to attend the teachers' meeting. H. O. Speck, of Rozel, visited his brother, R. Speck, Monday and Tuesday. Tuesday. .Miss Pauline Parkhurst was a business visitor in Kinsley Monday. The entertainment given Monday evening for the benefit of the Red Cross was well attended and a neat sum realized as the result of the pie and cake sale. Harry and Marion Speck visited relatives at Burdett and Rozel Sunday. Sunday. A. E. Buxton made a business trip to Hutchinson last Saturday, returning returning Sunday. Will Way had the misfortune to lose one of the lingers on his right hand Saturday while working with a gasoline engine. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lightcap and family were Kinsley shoppers Friday. Friday. Miss Zelma Alpert attended the teachers' convention at Kinsley Friday. Friday. Mr. Jacob and Joe Schlitter and John Urban, of Loretta, are visiting here a few days. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kurth and baby, Mrs. Steinbrink and son, Fred, and Misses Lauro and Elda Kurth mo-lored mo-lored mo-lored to Ness City Sunday. Miss Mills, of Nettleton, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence Clarence Rehmert, returned to her home Sunday. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rehmert and Ed Rehmert. Geo. Domme and wife, of Sitka, are visiting at the Stegman home this week. John H. Stegman and wife drove to Hanston to visit with the Casper Smith family Friday evening.