Gleanings from 1931 and 1932 Lincoln County Kansas newspapers

Gleanings

from
1931 and 1932
Lincoln County Kansas
Newspapers(Harvested by Mike Woody, Bill and Diana Sowers, Tracee Hamilton and others)

SPECIAL NOTE

..... The gleanings below come from microfilmed newspapers available on interlibrary loan from the Kansas State Historical Society. Click
HERE for more information on borrowing film from the Society.
Local newspaper offer a wealth of information and insight into the lives of our ancestors. What follows are gleanings from Lincoln County newspapers for your perusal. Included here are marriages, births, divorces, departures, arrivals, special celebrations, tragic accidents, etc. from 1931 and 1932 newspapers If you are looking for death notices or obituaries please go to our Lincoln County Obituaries page.
An important note... the places, Colorado and Indiana, sometimes refer to locations (i.e. townships) within Lincoln County, not the states... We have tried to indicate this when those names show up.

1931

Barnard Bee -- Barnard, KS -- Thursday, Jan. 29, 1931
Barn Destroyed By Fire
--The barn on the Fred CROWL place southeast of Barnard was completely destroyed by fire about dark last Friday evening. Nothing is known concerning the origin of the fire according to reports reaching this office.
T. CROWL, a brother of Fred CROWL, has been taking care of Fred's cattle since Fred moved to Hollins, [Cloud County] Kansas, several months ago. The last known person to be at the place was T's hired man, who attended to the stock there that day. When he left the place late in the afternoon, there was no sign of fire or anyone loitering in the vicinity. The barn was a large frame structure. It was not an old building and the insurance will not cover the loss. Besides the barn, several bushels of cane seed belonging to T. CROWL, and considerable other grain and feed were a complete loss.

This is the second fire at the CROWL farm in the past few weeks, ad the house on the place was also mysteriously destroyed by fire the latter part of November.

--Henry WOODY shipped a load of cattle to the Kansas City market via the Santa Fe Tuesday morning
--Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Archie BROCKWAY a son, Jan. 27, 1931, whom they have named Archie LaVerne.
--Miss Verda BROCKWAY of the Eureka neighborhood spent several days last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil PRUITT of Saltville.
[These articles were gleaned by Mike Woody, Albany, OR]

1932

Barnard Bee, Jan. 21, 1932
---A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Woody of southeast of town on Sunday, January 17. Both mother and child [Donald Mac Woody] are reported to be getting along nicely.

Barnard Bee -- Barnard, KS -- Thursday, April 28, 1932
LOGAN WON GAME
By a Score of 9 to 5 the Logan Team Got "Sweet Revenge" for the Shut-out Handed Them in Game a Week Ago

The Barnard ball team played the return game with the Logan nine Sunday afternoon, journeying to their diamond, and returning home with the small end of the 9 to 5 score. And thus did the Logan boys get "revenge" for the shut-out handed them in the game played here a week ago.

It was a good game, however, and the battery on each team did good work. The fielders, too, came in for their share of chances well handled.

The line-up of teams:
Barnard:
P. ROLLETT, c ; E. CLARK, p ; T. ROLLETT, 3b ; B. PIERCY, 1b ; H. JAMES, 2b ; D. PIERCY, ss ; C. KING, lf ; L. JONES, cf ; W. MARSHALL, rf ; H. TROUTMAN, (sub) 2b.
Logan:
L. OETTING, ss ; J. PEPPER, 3b ; E. OETTING, 2b ; A. WOODY, c ; G. OETTING, lf ; L. SHROEDER, cf ; Nick CLAUS, rf ; L. MCFALL, 1b ; G. PEPPER, p ; A. OETTING, (sub) p ; H. HARSHBARGER, (sub) rf ; D. OETTING, (sub) rf.

Barnard Bee -- Barnard, KS -- Thursday, June 30, 1932
---Barnard defeated Beverly in a game of ball here today with a score of 9 to 0. This was the third game between these teams this season, each having one game to it's credit. Henry WOODY and Henry JONES did the battery work for Barnard.

Barnard Bee -- Barnard, KS -- Thursday, September 22, 1932
---Barnard defeated Beverly Sunday by a score of 11 to 5 in the game played on the Elkhorn diamond.
The line-up:
Barnard: WEBB, lf ; HARRELL, ss ; V. CLARK, c ; C. KEELER, 2b ; H. KEELER, 3b ; B. PIERCY, 1b ; HUFFMAN, rf ; ROLLETT, cf ; E. CLARK, p.
Beverly: E. KISSICK, 2b ; CORMAN, lf ; DYER, c ; PERCIVAL, cf ; WOODY, p ; J. KISSICK, 3b ; RATHBURN, ss ; BELL, rf ; B. KISSICK 1b.
Substitutions: Barnard: LOY for E. CLARK. Beverly: TURNER for BELL
Barnard scored 7 hits; Beverly 3 hits
Umpires: WOODY and BELL
Barnard will play the German team near Westfall in the O'Neill pasture next Sunday.
[These articles were gleaned by Mike Woody, Albany, OR]


All of the above articles come from newspapers available on interlibrary loan from the Kansas State Historical Society. You can view a listing of Lincoln County newspapers on microfilm available from the Society by clicking HERE. (Note: The numbers off to right of the list are the reel numbers at the Society). For more information on borrowing these newspapers go to the Society's Interlibrary Loan page.

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