Ricker, Frank - death notice - Kinsley Graphic - 19 Jan 1911, Thur, pg 8

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Ricker, Frank - death notice - Kinsley Graphic - 19 Jan 1911, Thur, pg 8 - opera-ator. Offerle. R. Speck went to Syracuse...
opera-ator. Offerle. R. Speck went to Syracuse Tues day. Geo. Burkhart went to Deerfield Tuesday. Rev. Duberstein went to Great Bend Tuesday Ed Reese made a business trip to Larned Friday. Werner Jochems came home from Spearville Tuesday. Martin Hope and Jess Baxter were in Kinsley Monday. Armin Brenneisen is wrestling with the grippe this week. Mr. Carl Kerstein, of Deerfield, is here, the guest of Ed Noblit. Dr. W. W. Cunningham made a professional trip to Belpre Wednesday. Wednesday. Mrs. Will Way is entertaining friends from Dodge City this week. A. Bieber made a business trip to Arnold the latter part of the week. Gus Heiland returned Monday from a land prospecting tour farther farther west. O. B. Overhoiser returned Wed nesday from a visit in Des Moines and Diagonal, Iowa. The Evangelical Lutherans will hold services Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herron, of Spearville, were down Thursday night to attend the lecture. Geo. Bogue, now in charge of the extra gang at Stafford transacted transacted business in Offerle Tuesday. Roy Orr, of Narka, Kans., came Tuesday for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Orr. L. J. Pettijobn and wife, of Dodge City, spent a few hours Sat urday with their nephew, Bert Pet- Pet- tijohn. Frank Ricker, who moved from here to Ellinwood a few months ago, died at his home there last Tuesday. The independent phone line is now in working order and the farmers on the line are busy trying their new phones. While putting poles for the independent independent telephone line Lou Kuhn fell from one of the potes, sustaining sustaining slight injuries. O. E. Atwood. of Granite, Iowa, arrived Saturday iiight to visit his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. T. Atwood, Atwood, east of Offerle. A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tipton, of La kin, on the 9th of this month. Mr. .and Mrs. Tip ton were formerly in the hotel business here. The W. C. T. U. held Its monthly meeting with Mrs. E. P. Ott on last Thursday. Mrs. Ott served very dainty refreshments which were enjoyedj by all. te in us of to

Clipped from The Kinsley Graphic19 Jan 1911, ThuPage 8

The Kinsley Graphic (Kinsley, Kansas)19 Jan 1911, ThuPage 8
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