Clara (Shotwell) Castater 90th - Janesville 1 Aug 1953 pg. 5

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Clara (Shotwell) Castater 90th - Janesville 1 Aug 1953 pg. 5 - week vacation with Mrs. Heitz's 7:30 p. m.....
week vacation with Mrs. Heitz's 7:30 p. m.. Young People. luda's Oldest Resident Marks 90th Birthday Mrs. Homer Lyons and children, Goldfield, la.; ar>d Everett Camp-' bell. Tlie former Clarissa Elizabeth Shotweli was born in Detroit, Mich., July 20. 1863, the daughter of George and Angeline Topping Shotweli. She was 9 when the family family moved to a 300-acre farm between between Jefferson end Coon Rapids, la. They came to Brodhead in 1877, residing at the J. W. Stewart farm. In 1879 she was married to Early Castater in Brodhead. They farmed of .n'Spring'va'lieVTwnshipuntii'hls death in 1918. She continued to re- " side on the farm with a son, Ray, until 1S42 when Fhe came to Juda to live with hor daughter and son- I in-law. Mrs. Castater -.s active and en joys fairly good htalth. She enjoys being outdoors and riding in the car with her family. ,.! MRS. CLARA CASTATER and grandson, Dick Miller JUDA—Mrs. Clara Castater, Ju-' da's oldest resident, observed her] 90th birthday at a family dinner at the Juda Hail recently. Present' at the affair ">.vere her sons, DeWitt, Janesville, and Ned, Beloit, and their wives; her daughters, daughters, Mrs. Ted Miller, Juda, and Mrs. K. Mervin Risum, Brodhead; and their families; Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Weigt and son, Baraboo; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Castater and children, Chicago Heights; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Risum and daughter, Brodhead; Mrs. Inez Qeveland and Nab 125 Addicts in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (SV-Neariy 100 policemen and detectives in a long-planned raid last night arrested arrested 125 suspected narcotic addicts. addicts. Police said It was the biggest roundup of suspected addicts ever undertaken in Philadelphia. Four physicians were on hand to examine tliose arrested in poolrooms, poolrooms, restaurants, apartments, taprooms and other places suspected suspected as hangouts for addicts, pushers and suppliers of nai-cotics. Honey bees carry water as well as honey. OPEN ENDS

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 01 Aug 1953, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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