|Source: Lexington Herald
March 21, 1919
CONNEAUT, Ohio, March 19 - Three small
children of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson, were drowned today in
a pond near their home at West Springfield, Pa. five miles east of
Mrs. Henderson, mother of the three
children, who is said to have been crazed by ill health is believed to
have drowned them in the pond. The children were aged 2, 4, and
|Source: Cosmopolite Herald - Girard (Erie Co.)
Dated Oct. 7, 1910
Arthur Daubs & wife of Erie were
guests of Orange Godfrey wed. This was his birthday, & the
relatives gathered at his home for the occasion.
Mr. Baldwin & Mrs. Van Cise were guests
at the home of Mrs. Dibble in West Girard.
Mr. & Mrs. Norton Miller
entertained Mr. & Mrs. Lee Van Tassel of Texas over Sun.
Mrs. Sarah Halstead & dau. Mrs. Martin, spent a
few days visiting relatives in Cleveland.
Rebekah Lodge had a picnic at W. Springfield.
Mrs. Bessie Miller won a race. Sister Allie Lloyd
invited members to have their picnic at her house next year.
Mrs. Mertie Callahan of W. Springfield visited
at the home of Mrs. Vida Poole.
Mrs. Carrie Barnes visited friends in Erie.
Mr. & Mrs. Bert Jones of Fairport visited at the
home of Mr. & Mrs. William Halstead.
R. E. Barnes of Albion died.
Mrs. Julia Tyler was in Girard Mon.
Ladie's Aid of M. E. Church met at the home of
Bessemer employees have been
unloading steel ties at the Porter crossing.
Ed. Lasher is going to improve & enlarge his
The telephone line is being repaired.
Uncalled for letters in the Girard P.
O. include A. S. Miller.
Mrs. Charlotte Webster Battles completed her gift
of $10,050 for the new school.
Mrs. Hogoboomof Fairhaven was
a caller in the neighborhood.
Honor roll of Globe School includes names AMIDON,
Sarah E. Miller, Teacher
Honor roll of Plates School: Imogene Mason,
MArtha Koletka, Fred Christy, Carl Halstead, Arvid Erickson.
Highest rank in 10th grade (highest grade in the
Merril Eaton; Eighth -- Imogene Nason;
Seventh -- Fred Christy, Sixth -- Carl Halstead.
Platea Boro Primary Room -- Neither absent nor
tardy during first month of school - Lois Miller, Pearl