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Paul Weston and antique jugs Hobby Club July 1950 photo: Sudie Herath, Luella Strole, Lois Mc Carty, Chester Anderson, Diana, Vinnie West, Reuben Hess, Jesse Camblin, Iota Camblin, Wanda Jean Herath, Mrs. Photos: (1) Early photo of the Newton County Stone Quarry at Kentland, contributed by David Dye. (3) Ethel and Olive Murfitt of Jackson, out for a ride with the dog. Ringer’s barber chair recently donated to the Newton County Historical Society by the Kemp family.1963 – A Year of Major Developments in Lake Village Area – copy of the December 27, 1963 masthead of the Villager. Will Little, the barber, was rented the house vacated by Mr. Washington Twp: (1) Miss Zelda Whaley and Ray Risley were married at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr.

Teeter, Burdette Williamson, Shattuck Ray Williamson, Ben Strange, Franklin Marian Williamson, 2) Nelson and Mary Ann (Nichols) Teeter 3) John & Maude Nichols, Gay and Maude (Graves) Nichols, 4) Mary Ann (Nichols) Teeter, 1915 Photos: 1) Teeter home west of Conrad, IN, 2) picture postcard sent to Mrs. Photo of four daughters of Hamilton and Mary Elizabeth Blankenbaker Crisler: Emily Jane, Marjorie Ellen, Sarah Alice and Margaret Lillian Photos: 1) Hamilton Crisler ca. 1880; 3) Orval Hamilton Crisler ca 1894; 4) Flora Alice Parke; (5) Orval Hamilton Crisler, age 12, 1905Kentland Men’s Clothing Store Served Several Generations by Darlene Truby Photos: 1) view of B&B store in the late 1800’s then owned and operated by John Keefe; 2) B&B Store in background taken during the 1960 Kentland Centennial; 3) original B&B Store with Paul Bruck and John (Red) Brewer owners; 4) Mike Ford, Paul Yost, Don Yost, B&B Store partners in 1962Photo of five generations of the Chizum family – baby Elsie Atkinson, 1914-2003, married Adam Styck; Minerva Roadruck, 1893-1984, married Fred Atkinson; Flora Chizum, 1874-1957, married Albert Roadruck; Catherine Ash, 1834-1918, married George Deardurff; Nancy Deardurff, 1854-1914, married William Chizum. Pictured George Weihermiller, Edwin Smith, Ed Forney, Tom Schlater. Four photos of building (1) Sherman White and Company; (2) J. (2) Rhonda Elijah, Diana Elijah, visitor, Rick Elijah, Hungarian husband and wife.

Jacob Nichols of Mary and Nelt Teeter, 1839, 3) picture postcard of Frank & Hattie Teeter’s home, 1908, 4) picture postcard of four horse team, Willas Williamson driving, Nelt Teeter on horseback, 5) Teeter’s providing water to road building crews, ca 1908 Pictures: 1) Russell Davis; 2) Mary Jane Davis; 3) Charles W. Brandt, Ed Brandt, Carol Anderson, Alice Mc Carty, Mrs. Close-ups of the Gem Store, Paul “Happy” Hanson’s Dry Goods Store, Hazenbiler Tailor Shop, David Hess Clothing and Grocery, E. Hess Drug Store/Elmer Hess, Denham and Stonehill Hardware, Homer Taylor Tin Shop, Ben Leopold Clothing, Montgomery and Snyder Drug Store, Bank of Brook Photo close-up: Bowling Alley (today Town Hall), Elmer (Al) Cline Barber Shop, a produce store (in 1927 owned by Owen Liskey, Post Office, Kemper Meat Market, T. Photo: Thayer-Principals in the Calumet region’s first major oil strike shown examining crude oil at the rig on the farm of Radioan Yacuk, west of Thayer. Also Korean, Russians, Siberian and Mongolian visitors. Photo: Thayer’s Cash Store, owned by De Fries and Hockney, Third from left, William De Fries, next right, Jim Hockney and his father, Harold Hockney. (2) Frank Martin moved from the Martin farm to a farm of his own near Dorn Cemetery.

(2) Inscription on Patron Fair Marker Newton County’s Civil War Burials By Kyle D. Thorough listing of the graves of all the known Civil War veterans buried in our county including a short list of those believed to possibly be here by: Township, name, death date, company/infantry, muster in, muster out and burial site. (2) Hershman & Lyons, two photos from 1917, reprinted from the Brook, Iroquois and Washington Township Sesquicentennial Collection. Effingham, secretary of state, has made his report on the total receipts and disbursements of money from the registration and licensing of motor vehicles in Indiana.

Home is Where Your Story Begins – The Joseph Zoborosky Home, Beaver Township, Written by Beth Bassett. (3) Hershman & Lyons, Harold Hershman, Jack Hershman, John Connell; (4) picture from a more modern era, identities unknown.

Dalmer; 4) Fred Galdic at the station in the 1940’s; 5) Johnny Faucher in front of the station – electric pump in background; 6) Last photo of Carl Schmidt with Ed Iwinski, Sr., taken in June 1949 in front of Sam Bigger’s Garage. (2) Big Bogus Island – two figures standing on the spot where a gang of early day counterfeiters had their “dugout”.

AP Photo – Newton County Enterprise Copies of Ads/Advertisers from Newton County Enterprise: Kessler & Co.; Morocco 1921, H. Stewart, Morocco Garage, 1921; Triplett and Edmisten, Physicians and Surgeons, Morocco, 1916; Kay & Kay, Morocco, 1928; Poole & Bro., Kentland, 1879; Charles Schneider, Meat Market, Kentland, 1898Photos: 1) Alvina (Schmidt) and Ed Iwinski; 2) Ed and Alvina Iwinski; 3) Conrad Dance Hall in the 1940’s, Alvina and Ed Iwinski with Mrs. (2) The Saturday Times, a new paper launched at Goodland by A. Autopsy held here on remains of “Old Shafer” in a blacksmith shop located nearby.

Davis; 11) George Ade Davis; 12) Isaac Lawshe, father of Hannah Hobby Club photos: 1) Sam Schultz & puppets; 2) display of members’ antiques; 3) Wanda Jean Herath’s puppies; 4) pigeon display by George Flowers, Jr.; 5) Mrs. D.; 2) Laura & Frieda Recher; 3) Frieda (Recher) Burns; 4) birthplace of Laura (Pratt) Recher in Johnston, Ohio; 5) Benjamin W. D., first physician in Goodland, INPictures: 1) Bethel Kessler and Frieda (Recher) Burns; 2)Bethel Kessler, Inez Baker, Frieda Burns, Lorena Kessler, Frances Hix, Anna Carpenter; 3) Frances Hix, Bethel Kessler, Lorena Kessler, Inez Baker, Frieda (Recher) Burns, Anna Carpenter; 4) Frieda (Recher) Burns, “Fat” Kessler, Laura Ewan, Lorena Smart, Ella Lobb, Edith Fuller Photos reprinted from September 1954 issue of Iroquois News: 1) Club members posing with bear skin from May 1953 issue; 2) winners of county fishing rodeo – J. Ayr, Carol Antcliff of Foresman, Richard Kukus of Sumava; 3) Don Morton of Brook with 36” Northern caught in Iroquois River Photos reprinted from Iroquois News, April 1954: 1) Beaver Lake Conservation Clubhouse, Morocco; 2) Floyd Ulm, Morocco, president of Beaver Lake Conservation Club; 3) Vernon Legg, Brook, with giant mushroom Cemetery Restoration in Progress in Newton County by Beth Bassett; Photos: 1) Doran Cemetery, Washington Twp, before and after restoration; 2) Riverside Cemetery stone for Hannah Benjamin before and after restoration; 3) Mark Davis and Helen Wildermuth rebuilding headstone at Riverside Cemetery; Helen Wildermuth and Mark Davis posing with a Troup stone at Doran Cemetery2) angel; 3) chains; 4) cross; 5) dove; 6) draperies; 7) scroll; 8) handshakes/clasped hands; 9) archways; 10) broken column; 11) tree stump; 12) fraternal orders and societies; more photos of headstones on page 19: 1) flag symbol; 2) Whaley headstone; 3) headstone with dog, mushrooms, doves; 4) white zinc marker; 5) King marker with several symbols; 6) grave covers, or lids Ind. Ayr, March 12, 1998 by Bud Brunton, Don and Betty Kennedy, Dotty Fellmy, Joe Brunton, Miriam Steinkamp, Don Hoon, and Jeanie Potter. Also information taken from recollections of Donna (Schanlaub) La Cosse, Sharon Leichty’s History of the Jasper-Newton County, Indiana Amish Settlement and the Miller Amish Cemetery and the History of Newton County, 1985Interview Gives Outline Story of Kankakee Valley Bird Life – from interview of Ned Barker at his Sumava cabin published in the Morocco Courier in 1934 and updated by Jeff Manes who resides on the Kankakee River. Photo: Jerry Selmer, HIS Board Chairman, Beth Bassett receiving award, Bill Bartlett, IHS Award Committee Chair Historian’s Corner By Newton County Historian Diana Elijah – Genealogy – Not an Exact Science. Clarence Dwellenger will move from the Agate from into house vacated by Mr.

Sylvia Frye (Dorothy Arbuckle’s mother) with hammered aluminum trays; 6) Bernadine Miller art display; 7) Mrs. Lists birds of the Kankakee Region, Ned Barker’s observations in 1924 and Jeff Manes’ observations, 2013. More local advertisers/ads from the 1886 Patron and Farmer’s Agricultural Fair: Pine Valley Herd of Poland & China Swine, John B. Photo: Ransom and Mary Jane Elijah’s family: Charles, Ransom, Mary Jane, Cynthia Arminda, James, Franklin (Markin’s father), Alex (Vic Elijah’s father), Lori Ella, Iarmelia (Millie)Shoeshine Boy to Barber by Donna La Cosse, July 19, 1979 (Part of the above mentioned “Neighbor’s in Profile” series.) Photos: (1) John Ringer, 1951; (2) Mr. (2) Hamlin Smith moving to the farm he purchased of J. Smith, and Elmer Stucker will move to the Agate farm.

Photo: Zoborosky homestead and family photo circa 1891 includes Ulysses, Joe Jr., Frank, Lewis Parmer, Blanch, Walter, Edith, Laura, Charles, Sarah and Joseph Zoborosky. History of stores depicted in Historical Society Resource Center window display. Photo: 1947 era, Murphy’s Supermarket located on Graham Street in Kentland. Bower, Miss Sadie Illingworth to John Flatt of Morocco announced in St.

Photos: (1) Stoner and Purkey Store in 1880, formerly Kennedy and Schaub and Co, originally fur trading post of John Day, built in 1856 by Mark Ayres. Glen Phillippi, Bill Weaver, Frances Cahill, Winnie Cunningham, Pedro Perkins, Dorothea Murphy, Charles Murphy. Pages of the Past: Excerpts taken from the Newton County Enterprise during Winter of 1914 by Janet Miller. (4) Forthcoming marriage of Miss Callie Mc Cartney to James M.

Hershman, Jr.; 3) John R., Lesta Ann Gibbons; 4) Jack Hershman, Helen R.