Short News Items from 1938

Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bunch were Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Bunch and daughter Beth Lee of Henley, and Mr. and Mrs. Loy Barker and son of Malin. Mrs. Barker is the former Marion Bunch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bunch of Fort Klamath. (Klamath Falls Evening Herald, February 4, 1938)

Mrs. E.N. Baldwin entertained at her home this Tuesday afternoon honoring her house guest, Mrs. Roscoe Baldwin and daughter Jane of Marquette. (Livingston County Press, May 4, 1938)

Mrs. Roscoe Baldwin and daughter Jane, of Marquette, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.N. Baldwin on West Wetmore street. (Livingston County Press, May 4, 1938)

Dr. and Mrs. W. LeRoy Garth has received word that their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Damman, and Mr. Damman, have moved from Chicago to Nashville, Tenn., where Mr. Damman will be on the editorial staff of the Daily Tennessean. Mrs. Damman (Harle Garth) is planning to attend Vanderbilt university in Nashville, and hoping to make her parents a visit before entering college in the fall. Dr. and Mrs. Garth are enjoying a visit from Dr. Garth’s brother, C.T. Garth, and Mrs. Garth this week. (San Diego Union, July 24, 1938)

Mr. and Mrs. E.K. Loosley of Manzanita street have as their guest their granddaughter, Miss Barbara Loosley, who arrived Friday for a lengthy visit. Miss Loosley, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Loosley of Lancaster, California, came to this city from San Francisco where she had been visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Joe Zwyer. Miss Loosley has numerous friends here where she has often spent her vacations. (Klamath News, July 24, 1938)

Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Garth have started their fall series on intimate dinners in their home. (Los Angeles Times, November 3, 1938)

Mrs. Samuel Banfield and Jean Ann Banfield were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Osmun, north Marshall. (Marshall Evening Chronicle, November 16, 1938)

Mrs. Lillie Sicker and daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Gunton, of Falls, were shopping in town Monday afternoon. (Tunkhannock New Age, November 24, 1938)

Mrs. Harold Loosley and daughters, Ila May and Barbara, are visiting in Portola this week, taking care of her mother’s rooming house while the latter is in Oroville. (Plumas Independent, December 15, 1938)


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