Discover Your Ancestors in Newspapers 1690-Today!
Last Name
GenealogyBank.com
Rutland Daily Herald.
Rutland Daily Herald.
Contributed by Joan H. Bixby

Description: Poultney News.

Date: February 18 1929

Newspaper published in: Rutland, Vt.

Source: Personal Copy

POULTNEY, Correspondent, Miss Helen P. Newman. Telephone 104-3.

Mrs. Ernest Marshall is convalescing from a two weeks' illness of grip.

Mrs. O. W. McShane was in Rutland Saturday where she attended the
funeral of Mrs. P. J. Kelly of Hampton, N.Y.

Miss Frances Pray of Rutland spent the week-end with Miss Mary Brough.

Mrs. H. C. Bombeck of Elsmere, N.Y., is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Maranville.

After visiting her sisters, Mrs. Julia Minogue and Miss Rose Klein, Mrs.
Mathew Minogue returned yesterday to her home in Chicago.

R. I. Williams and brother, R. T. Williams, are spending a few days in
Boston attending the Frigidaire convention.

Mrs. Frisbie Ward, who has been ill with grip the past week, is able to
be out again.

John Gorman received a word Friday that the condition of his son, John,
who has been seriously ill in Chicago, is improving.

The spelling contest winners Friday were: Grade 1, Jane Ritter; grade 3,
Raymond Ruby; grade 4A, Cecil Hewes; grade 4B, Mary Ward; grade 5B,
Leroy Hughes and Dorothy ROgers; grade 6B, Marion Spaulding.

Wilma Beebe of Fair Haven is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas C. Williams.

Mrs. G. H. Ritchie is spending the week- end in Rupert.

Dr. Maurice F. Mahar, who has been confined to his home by illness
nearly two weeks, is able to be out again.

Submitted: 04/13/13 (Edited 04/13/13)

Tags: (Please limit tags to surnames found within the article above)

Views: 24 views. Averaging 0 views per day.
In the most recent 30 day period, there've been 0 views.


Items (articles, comments, etc.) placed on the Newspaper Abstracts website and associated mail lists remain the property of the contributor. By submitting any item to this site, the contributor has granted permission to the Newspaper Abstracts website and associated mail lists to permanently display and archive the item(s) online for free access to the site visitor.