Go West Ft.Wayne Bandtels, The Ft.Wayne Sentinel, April 6,1911 Thurs. p.10

Go West Ft.Wayne Bandtels, The Ft.Wayne Sentinel, April 6,1911 Thurs. p.10 - EIGHTEENGO E Well Known ;Fort Wayne le Leave...
EIGHTEENGO E Well Known ;Fort Wayne le Leave for Hermiston. ,): A tNEW YARDMASTER i FOR NICKEL PLATIL 'F,. - Ji Grime Succedds; Sam uel S, Ueahl - rShop v New." i - . i:I i:I i ..i - i,.. r, ,;.. :6ev'a families . were . repreaented, t"i, a part of elghteenpaesengera out of th.li city; oii Nickel riate train. &o. t this stfternoon, bound for' Hermliton, Oregon, where they1 Jiav purchased land swd will rta - Mn the future. In th tarty were' Mr. emd Mr.( William 31. Simmon and daughters, the Misses Jeiinle B. and Oertrud E. Simmons, many years : residing at 1827 Bast Weyo street; Mr, and Mrs. George F. Sandtel and their two sons, Herman and Fr6V and daughter. Mies Mary jBandteU of 104 Maaterson avenue; Jfr. a Mra. Walter I, Blessing, of 1101 EdgBwiter avenues Mr. and Mrs. 1 8. Johnson, formerly of Fort (Wayne, but later residing - In Ohio; II. !&. Llndiey. Frank Haver, 0 - L. Morgan Morgan and two ethers whose names were not obtained. Th Nickel Plat furnish! furnish! a special coach for the party e laras: Chicago, where they will toln .other:' colonist, and" make - th trip to 'their destination on ft. special train. The, members of thl: party are well Jcnewaln port Wayne .slid there was a crowd of, friends at the depot to bid theraBOod hy. Mr, Bandtel was employed employed as a .clerk' In .th. r'toirfer. - 'J' Schlatter and later the Schlatter hard - war Store' for twenty - five ears. Mr. Simmons' wgl for a, number of years a gardener at th school for ' feebl mlndedi youths and.' Mr. Blessing was .employed ; iia bookkeeper a number pf jears by the International Harvest - tna; ciirnpany, Kt. Mo'gih Is th rei - resentativo of the Maxwell Land ami Irrigation; company, of Jlermlston, snl was greatly Instrumental In getting, up the party. He had previously taken taken several other parties out west. Hermlatcm vis theeeat of. a mammoth Irritation plant, Installed by the gov - - 'eminent. Traveling Passenger .Agent, ;F, Pi Parnln, of the Nickel Plafr. Traveling, 'Passenger; Agent Clinton McCulIough, of the Northwestern, and 7rive(ng Passenger Agent p. J. Trail, ef th tlhlon Pacific, accompanied accompanied '.the party, the 4lrt two named as far' as Chicago and. Mr. "Trail to their destination. lb: ori a In of ing said

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