Krauserts leave for Kansas 1901
60 YEARS AGO 1901 The Alton Pleasure Club held "their second soiree" at the Lincoln home. The entertainment entertainment was "high .five." "Alton people will rejoice to know that John Gleysteen has decided to build a iline new house in Alton. He is negoti- atin« for half a block of land southeast of the Joe Kass residence. residence. This is one of the finest finest buildling sites in Alton and will make an elegant home." Everything in the county went Republican "'with a hilarious hilarious whoap and the traces dragging." A. B. Cummiins was elected governor. St. Mary's school had scheduled scheduled an entertainment which in- eluded a comedy "Stehwaben- streioh" in nine acts by 35 boys, to be 'given partly in German and partly "in English. Lawrence Krausert and family family left for their new farm •home near Weatlphalia, Kansas. A son (was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Scholten.