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Local News - November 1921

THE SIMPSON NEWS
L. C. Krenkel, Publisher
R. L. and G. P. Downey, Mgrs.
Entered in the Simpson, Kansas
postoffice as second class matter.
$1.25 per year, in advance

FROM NEWS FILES
November 3, 1921
        A very interesting game of foot-
ball was played here Wednesday
between the Simpson High School
and Jamestown High School. Simp-
son started out on the jump, making
a touchdown in the first quarter,
but failed to kick goal. Jamestown
tied Simpson in the third quarter
making the score 6-6. In the last
quarter, Simpson kicked a field goal
making the final score stand in
Simpson's favor 9 to 6.
        Mr, Henry Schwerman who pur-
chased the Simpson Garage recent-
ly took possession last Tuesday. Mr.
Schwerman has Mr. Fay Beasley
as manager who is an all around
auto mechanic. Mr. Schwerman will
sell Essex cars here.
November 10, 1921
        Another couple of Simpson's pop-
ular young people were united in
marriage at the Mitchell County
courthouse in Beloit, November 3,
1931 by Probate Judge Wm. Critz.
The contracting parties were Miss
Mildred Hoffman to Mr. Arnold
Ostlund, both of this city.
        Wednesday November 2, at the
Probate Judge's office at Minne-
apolis, Miss Clara Ann Kunce was
united in marriage to Mr. Frank
Krizek.
        E. E. Vernon has purchased the
farm belonging to Joe Shoswalter
of near Solomon Rapids, Kansas.
 
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