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Subject: Sonoma Co. CA. 1920
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 08:59:06 -0700 (PDT)
THe Sotoyome Scimitar, Healdsburg, Sonoma Co., Ca., January 2, 1920
Mrs. Olive E. NEW, wife of J.H. NEW, died at the family home on the west
side, on Friday of last week, at age 43y 10m 11d. She was born in Iowa.
The family came here from that State about 3 1/2 years ago and purchased
the John ARCHER homestead, one of the valuable rances on the lower west
sid and they have made their home there since. Death was due to
pulmonary tuberculosis. Mrs. NEW was a lovely lady, a fond mother, and
devoted wife. She is survived by her husband and 4 children, all of whom
were with her when death came. The funeral took place Sunday Dec. 28th,
1919, under the direction of Frank A.S. OPFER, of Windsor. Interment was
in Shiloh cemetery at Windsor.
Funeral services for the late Andrew PRICE, a former resident of this
city, veteran of the Civil War, farther of Arthur PRICE, a San Francisco
newspaper man, P.L. PRICE of Atlanta, Ga., and L.A. PRICE of Los
Angeles, who died at his home in Oakland, were held at St. John's
Catholic Church, here, on Monday morning. The deceased was a native of
Castlebar, Sligo Co., Ireland, he came to Ca. in 1873. He was 76y and is
survived by a widow in addition to the other relatives named. As a youth
he served 2 enlistments in Ohio Reg. in our Civil War. He was for many
years justice of the peace of this township and was forest supervisor in
Inyo Co. during President McKinnley's administration.
William H. MILES, an employee at the Mill Creek Mill, suffered a very
severe and painful accident Friday, when his hand was caught in a saw
and badly lacerated.
Harold C. LONG of Healdsburg, former overseas service man and Miss
Bertha GARRISON of Santa Rosa, were married at the County Seat home of
the bride Christmas Day. They will make their home in Healdsburg.
The wedding of Elizabeth BOWER and Fred FLOYD, both well-known citizens
of Healdsburg and prominent members of the First M.E. Church, took place
at the M.E. parsonage at 3p.m. Saturday afternoon.
Mr./Mrs. Dallas WAGERS are being congratulated upon the arrival of a
dainty little daughter who came to them on last Christmas Day.
THe Sotoyome Scimitar, Healdsburg, Sonoma Co., Ca., January 30, 1920
Word came to town on Thursday of the death of Mrs. Emily R. KEMP, at the
home of her son in Dry Creek Valley. Mrs. KEMP had passed her 87th
birthday. Prior to coming to Healdsburg, she lived in Portland, Or.
The stork arrived at the home of Mr/Mrs. Ross GRANT, near Grants
Station, last Monday, Jan. 26th, baby GRANT is a fine daughter.
Mr/Mrs. Will DRIVER are the proud parents of a pretty 10 pound daughter,
who arrived last Friday morning at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. C.
DRIVER, on Fitch St.
Mr/Mrs. STAHL are the proud parents of a fine daughter, who arrived at
their home last week.
One of the prettiest weddings that has occurred in this section for a
long time was the wedding of Eleanor Wellman COMSTOCK to Harold Kirkman
MILLER, son of J.F> MILLER of this city. The wedding took place in the
Church of Christ, Miss Eva WALKER of San Francisco, played the wedding
march; Mrs. Arthur HACKETT rendered a beautiful solo; the Maid of Honor
was Julia COMSTOCK; three bridesmaids were Florence MILLER, Elizabeth
HATFIELD, a cousin of the bride, and Thelma MASON. Lauren MILLER,
brother of the groom, was best man; Paul NESBIT, Powell McDONOUGH, and
George PITTS were ushers. The bride is the daughter of Mr/Mrs. C.W.
COMSTOCK of Healdsburg.
Miss Bessie FLEWELLING, a popular young school teacher, has announced
her engagement to Chester HAUB, of Healdsburg. The ceremony will take
place during the early summer months.
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