Mrs. Adella Walker of Waverly, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genung of Orlando, were recent dinner guests at the home of Captain and Mrs. Albertson, on Lake Jennie Jewel. (Orlando Sentinel, March 16, 1924)
Miss Elsie Fuller, daughter of L.W. Fuller, cashier of the Bank of Coral Gables, arrived last week from Minneapolis and will spend the winter with her parents at 350 Navarre avenue, Coral Gables. Miss Fuller graduated from the University of Minnesota last June, and has since been taking a post graduate course in the university. (Miami Herald, November 23, 1924)
Edward Loosley is over from Montague for a few days, visiting G.W. Loosley and other relatives and friends. He is connected with the Loosley-Lwinell Company over in Northern California and says all kinds of prosperity exists over there. (Ashland Tidings, January 4, 1917)
Dr. Mae Rochelle returned to her home at K.C., after spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. W.P. Lynch. (Delphos Republican, January 19, 1917)
Mrs. Albert Holbein, of Dover, is visiting her sister, Miss Mary Hains, of this city. (Zanesville Times Recorder, January 31, 1917)
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J.J. Walling of Nampa was in the County Seat the first of the week attending a water users’ meeting. (Caldwell Tribune, February 20, 1914)
Zelora Armstrong was a passenger to Omaha last Wednesday where he will enter a school of auto engineering. He expects to spend about eight weeks on the course. (Kossuth County Advance, April 15, 1914)
Mr. Zelora Armstrong is spending this week with his parents here, enjoying a brief vacation from his school duties in Omaha where he is attending a college on auto-engineering. After completing the course Mr. Armstrong expects to enter the employment of the Manhattan Oil Co., and take charge of an important filling station in Omaha under the management of Mr. C.J. Dutton, formerly of this village. (Kossuth County Advance, May 27, 1914)
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D.D. Rorick, secretary of the Democratic county committee, is for the district plan and against instruction. Cleveland is his first choice with Boies for second. He thinks with a free coinage plank we should carry three or four western states. (Sioux Falls Argus-Leader, May 23, 1892)
Clifford Ball, of Ballston, has been appointed a railway mail clerk for this state and expects to secure an engagement. (Oregon Statesman, June 24, 1892)
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Morgan Brothers of this place who secured the contract for the new town hall sub-let the wood work part of the building yesterday to S.A. Genung, the builder who refused to take the contract after it had been given him. The work of tearing down the building is being rapidly pushed, the fire tower having been taken down today. (Elmira Gazette, June 17, 1891)
The Woodbury Business college has added a telegraphic department. Mr. William Rorick, an operator in the Santa Fe offices, has been engaged as superintendent. (Los Angeles Daily Herald, July 19, 1891)
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Source: Sayre Evening Times, November 5, 1955.
Kittie, wife of Burton N. Genung, of Erie street, Waverly, died at an early hour Sunday morning at the Packer hospital, where she was taken some two weeks ago, her condition growing steadily worse since she was taken there.
Before her marriage to Mr. Genung, which was on Oct. 19, 1895, she was known as Kittie Wilson. She was born in New York city 35 years ago, but came to this section when about eight years of age, making her home in Waverly with her aunt, Mrs. Wilson.
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Louis V. Genung of 953 Erie Street died Saturday afternoon. Mr. Genung was an employee of the American LaFrance and Foamite Corporation and was a member of the Machinists’ Union. He is survived by his widow, a son Raymond F. Genung; three sisters, Mrs. George Ropp and Mrs. Stephen Searles of Waverly and Mrs. Georgia Ziegler of Sacramento, Calif., and three brothers, Fred W. of Orlando, Fla., William of Washington, D.C., and Berton N. of Waverly. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the family home. The Rev. Ernest E. Davis will officiate. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.
Source: Elmira Star-Gazette, December 29, 1930.
Funeral services for Mr. Frederick Genung, who died Monday afternoon following a heart attack, will be held Friday afternoon at 4:00 o’clock at Eiselstein’s Funeral Home with Dr. A. Fred Turner officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Pall bearers will be A.K. Wilson, J.W. Waesch, W.D. Saylor, Albert Schwob, W.C. Weir, W.R. Adkinson, L.A. Burton and A.S. Cecil.
Mr. Genung had been a resident of Orland for the past 22 years, coming here at that time from Waverly, N.Y. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, Orlando, and of Waverly Lodge No. 407, F. & A.M.
All Master Masons are requested to meet at the Masonic Temple at 2 o’clock to attend the services for Brother Genung. Eola Lodge 207 will be in charge of services at the grave.
The Dixie Furniture Store will be closed all afternoon tomorrow.
Source: Orlando Sentinel, February 18, 1937.
Waverly, June 13.—Mrs. Mary F. Genung, aged 66 years, wife of Solomon Genung of 140 Bradford street, South Waverly, died last night. She was united in marriage with Mr. Genung 47 years ago, and they have resided in South Waverly for about 25 years. Besides her husband she is survived by her father, who is nearly 90 years of age and resides at Barton Center; four sons, Fred W., William A., Louis B. of Elmira, and Bert N. and three daughters, Mrs. Steven Searles of Barton Center, Mrs. Georgie Ziegler, and Mrs. George W. Ropp of this place.
The funeral will be held at the house on Bradford street Monday morning at 10:30 o’clock. Rev. Robert L. Clark, past of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will officiate. Boral will be at Tioga Point Cemetery
Source: Binghamton Press, June 13, 1908,