Osawatomie Time Capsule
December 5, 2017 - Picnic Time
100 Years Ago
The editor of this paper accompanied Gov. Arthur Capper and celebration to Cadmus final Saturday afternoon where a administrator spoke during a annual cruise of a Cadmus Grange. More than 2,000 people attended a picnic.
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Miss Verna Shipley left this afternoon for Philadelphia where she will be married to Mr. Everett Lytle, who recently went to that city to work in a U.S. Navy yard. Miss Verna has been employed in a J.F. Nicely dry products store for a series of years, and is good and agreeably famous to a vast series of Osawatomie people, who will wish her and her husband-to-be unconditional happiness.
75 Years Ago
Pvt. Frank Lewis Arnold, 25, of Osawatomie was killed in movement in a South Pacific. His mother, Mrs. Amelia Arnold, 124 N. 9th, Osawatomie, on Monday perceived a following telegram from a offices of Milton R. McLean, aide general, during Topeka: “The secretary of fight desires me to demonstrate his low bewail that your son, Private Frank L. Arnold, was killed in movement in invulnerability of his nation in South Pacific area on date not shown.”
Frank Lewis Arnold was innate Jul 17, 1917. He graduated from a Osawatomie high propagandize in 1935 and afterwards worked during a Dickinson museum in Osawatomie. He enlisted in a battalion of a unchanging army in 1939 and had been in a Pacific area given January.
This creates 6 immature group from Miami County who have mislaid their lives or been reported blank in movement in a benefaction war. George Milton Martin of Osawatomie met genocide during Pearl Harbor. Frank B. Rhodes Jr. of Paola and Charles W. Alford of Osawatomie were reported blank in movement after a Houston was sunk in a Pacific. Phil Latimer of Louisburg was reported blank after a Jacob Jones was sunk off a easterly coast. Sgt. Glen Wayman of a army atmosphere corps was reported blank in movement in a Pacific. Paul C. Wright was killed in movement in California. There is always some wish that those reported as blank in movement might be located.
50 Years Ago
Mrs. Ray Glessner was a guest when 23 members of during a Philathea Class met Thursday in a brotherhood gymnasium of a First Methodist Church for a lonesome plate supper. Mrs. Clarence Day served as authority and was assisted by Mrs. Raymond Hicks, Mrs. Elta Wright, Mrs. M.C. Flint, Mrs. M.C. Lhuillier, Mrs. Lloyd Funk and Mrs. Walter Hahn. They used tumble flowers to adorn a tables.
Mrs. Hahn gave devotions, selecting as her thesis “Be still and know that we am God.” During a business event conducted by a president, Mrs. Day, new officers were elected. They were commissioned by Mrs. A.W. Bradley. A present was also presented to a timid president.
25 Years Ago
Nine members of Osawatomie Chapter of Kansas Old Time Fiddlers, Pickers and Singers attended a state house assembly Sunday in Mound Valley.
A new section in El Dorado was supposed into a organization. This creates a sum of 16 chapters in a state.
Attending from a internal section were Carl Dozier, John and Theo Bennett, Ray and LaVerne Conard, Glenn Mowry, Ethel Ennis, Marvin Brim and Wanda Smith.
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Alvan Hall, Route 1, Osawatomie, is a new member of a house of preparation in Osawatomie Unified School District 367.
Hall, a former member of a board, was comparison Monday night from among 6 field who had voiced seductiveness in stuffing a vacancy.