Short News Items from 1920

Kenneth Gunton, of No. 2 Ransom, was admitted to the Pittstown Hospital yesterday for treatment. (Wilkes-Barre Record, January 28, 1920)

Mrs. Mary A. Huff and son, Mahlon Huff of Wysox spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. George Parks. (Sayre Evening Times, April 17, 1920)

Mrs. George Parks was hastily summoned to Wysox Saturday morning by the death of her mother, Mrs. Mary Huff, the unfortunate lady who was killed by the cars at that place, Saturday morning. (Sayre Evening Times, July 14, 1920)

Capt. W.C. Tyrrell returned yesterday from Iowa, where he spent six weeks. He visited points in Minnesota before returning home. He was accompanied by his son, Will Tyrrell, who operates a sugar mill at Belmond, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. David Rorick and children, of Oceanside, Cali., are also guests at the Tyrrell home. Mrs. Rorick is a daughter of Captain Tyrrell. (Beaumont Enterprise, August 1, 1920)

Mr. and Mrs. Ahral Sutton of Washington, D.C., have returned home after spending some time with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sutton of 107 West Gray street. (Elmira Star-Gazette, December 9, 1920)

Mrs. Daisy Moore is in Boise spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Durant. (Idaho Statesman, December 27, 1920)

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