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From: "Cathy Joynt Labath" <>
Subject: [IOWA] Iowa Old News for Feb 26
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 18:31:47 -0600

New York Times
New York, New York
February 26, 1915

Miss Margaret Van der Veer Paine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hebard
Paine of 39 East Twenty-seventh Street, was married last night to William
Fletcher Blades, son of William Blades of Dubuque, Iowa, in the chapel of
St. Bartholomew's Church at Forty-fourth Street and Madison Avenue. The
ushers were Edward Harris Paine and Solomon Troper Hebard, and Miss Margaret
Whiting Miller Paine, a cousin of the bride, was the flower girl.


The Sun-Herald
Lime Springs, Howard co. Iowa
February 26, 1931

Tibbals Wed 15 Years
The following people helped Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Tibbals observe their 15th
wedding anniversary Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Will Blade and Audrey and
Earl; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Maurer, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hague, Mr. and
Mrs.Henry Rink, Mr. Rink Sr., Mr. Frank Kniffen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kniffen,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blade, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swanson and Henry, Herb and
Wilma Hamann. The evening was spent in playing 500. It was a surprise to
Mrs. Tibbals.

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Dugstad and Clarlee from Clermont were in Chester
spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Halver and Jerry.

Mr. Elmer Ortberg of Cedar Falls was a weekend visitor at Chester.

Miss Floy Jones of Ledyard, Iowa, was home in Chester for the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Free Fitzgerald and Dorothy of Davis Corners, moved Monday on
the place vacated by Bert Lemones.

The Davis Corners community was shocked Tuesday morning when the news was
spread of the death of L.F. Mohr of Riceville. Funeral services were held

We are sorry to note that Mrs. Fred Prince is quite ill. She is at the
Albert Henke home in Cresco.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Machovec of York, attended the funeral of the latter's
aunt on Thursday.

Supt. and Mrs. Henderson and son of Lime Springs spent the weekend with
relatives at Hawkeye.

Mrs. W.A. Sanborn of Lime Springs went to Mason City, Sunday to spend the
week with her daughter, Mrs. Herb Kerr, and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Roggentine returned home Monday from Traer, Iowa, where
they spent the weekend with Mrs. Roggentine's mother and family.

Mrs. Herbert Palmer and bably of Waterloo and Webster Hughes of Early, Iowa,
were called home last week by the serious illness of their father, Robert H

Transcribed by Sharyl Ferrall
Iowa Old Press

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