Small Town News—Newark Advocate

Master Otis Chrysler of Gahanna is vesting his cousin, Hugh Boyd McGlade, this week.  (Newark Advocate, June 29, 1916)

Mrs. Emma Fleming of 144 South Second street is recovering from a serious operation performed a few days ago.  (Newark Advocate, August 20, 1917)

Mrs. Delbert Mason entertained Wednesday evening the members of the Brownsville band and their families at their home, 265 Rugg avenue in honor of Mr. Mason’s 28th birthday anniversary. The event was in the nature of a surprise for Mr. Mason. Mr. Mason is a member of the band. After the band rendered several selections refreshments were served to more than fifty guests. (Newark Advocate, August 16, 1919)

Xenophen McIntosh and daughters, Emma and Helen, of Newark, spent Sunday with Mr. McIntosh’s parents Mr. and Mrs. David McIntosh and family, of East Broadway. (Newark Advocate, March 16, 1904)

Mrs. Xenophen McIntosh and daughter, Miss Helen McIntosh, of 144 South Second street, are visiting friends at Rochelle. (Newark Advocate, August 27, 1904)

Mr. G.W. Todd, who suffered a stroke of paralysis at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Beals, is very ill and very little hope is held of his recovery. (Newark Advocate, October 15, 1907)

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Frank Beal

Funeral services for Frank Beals, Summit Station vicinity, who died Monday, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Vinton D. Morrow Funeral Home in Pataskala. Burial will be made in Pataskala Cemetery.

Source: Newark Advocate, December 22, 1953.

Sadie Todd & Frank Beals

Summit Station, O., Jan. 17. — Miss Sadie Todd, the accomplished daughter of Mr. Geo. W. Todd of Summit Station, and Mr. Frank Beals, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Beals of Hawk Eye, were married at Reynoldsburg Tuesday evening by the Rev. F.M. Pitkins.  Mr. Beals has purchased property on Cleveland street in Summit, where he and his bride will make their home.

Source:  Newark Advocate, January 17, 1900.