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Entertained in Honor of Daughter

Mrs Capitola Gardner entertained the members of the Willing Workers Club last evening at her home in honor of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Mrs Mary Weller (28)...
[Litchfield Daily Union, Saturday, April 14, 1928 - submitted by: Lynn Boyd Reener]



Unique Coterie
The Unique Coterie met Wednesday afternoon at the Loyal Sons Cottage with Mrs Woods division as hostess...Mrs Chas Case of Staunton was an out of town guest. [Litchfield Daily Union, Friday, November 27, 1914 - Submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Tackey Social
The Loyal Sons and Loyal Daughters of the Union Avenue Christian Bible School will hold a Takey social Friday Evening...at the Loyal Sons Cottage...
[Litchfield Daily Union,Friday, November 27, 1914 - Submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Litchfield Woman's Club

members listed - Mrs G L Settlemire, ___ Quintette, Mrs Bartling, Mrs Hussey, Mrs Hyndman, Mrs Brokaw, Miss Lorraine Weigreffe, Mrs Burson, Miss Mare Kelley.
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Litchfield Daily Union, Tuesday, January 12, 1926 - submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Litchfield Chapter, Order of DeMolay, Officers Installed, Masonic Temple
Gladin Gorin, installing officer, Joseph Strehle and Thos Weatherford, assistants
Master Counsel - Ray McDonald
Sr Counselor - Chas Hampton
Jr Counselor - Russell Elledge
Sr Deacon - Chris Zuber
Jr Deacon - Lamoine Evans
Sr Stewart - E Varner
Jr Stewart - Lester Gronewald
Chaplain - Harley Carroll
Marshall - Maynard Govaia
Almoner - John McDaniels
Sentinel - Lawrence Winkleblack
Scribe - Chancy Berry
Treasurer - Dwight Kinder
Standard Bearer - Otis Stockton
Preceptors - Donald Hyndmann, Harold Swertsfeger, Harold Pringle, Emil Opp , Maynard Weber, Harold White, O Rhulander
[Litchfield Daily Union, Tuesday, January 12, 1926 - submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Montgomery-Macoupin Co Dairy Improvement for March - R D Armstrong, Litchfield, first; Sumner Wilson, Butler, second; and Bernard Marley, Nokomis, third.
[Litchfield Daily Union, Wednesday, April 13, 1927 - submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Litchfield Daily Union, 28 April 1927:

Litchfield Well Represented at the Rotary Convention
Mr Kenyon Montgomery Will Have Charge of the Music
Those attending the 44th District Convention, Peoria were---
Mr and Mrs H C Gorin - Judge and Mrs Paul McWilliams - Mr and Mrs J Roy Miller - Mr and Mrs J A Pappmeier and dau, Margaret- Mr and Mrs Frank Cox - Dr and Mrs G A Sihler Jr- Kenyon Montgomery - J A McDonald- Al Blevins - Arthur Hoog

Mrs Johnson Entertained the U B Club
Mrs Charles Johnson…south of town. Bunco played and souvenirs presented to Mrs John Dillingham, Mrs John Steiner, Mrs Harry Griffith, and Mrs George O'Brien. Out of town guest was Miss Emma Yunker of Raymond, guest of Mrs Laura Fite.

Mrs Gilb Entertained Yesterday
….Euchre Club at her home on Van Buren St…souvenirs were given to Mrs James Potts, Mrs Lynn Settlemire, Mrs G W Personett, Mrs Charles LaPlant, and Mrs L R Gray.

[submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]



Litchfield Daily Union, Friday, April 29, 1927:
Boosting for Crippled Children's County Society
Dr Harry Bennett and Irving Yaeger spoke to the Nokomis Rotary Club about the Montgomery County Crippled Children's Society…

Historic Cab Will Be Here on Sunday
Earl Stout of the Capitol Theatre announces that the old Renault Cab, one of the few remaining cabs that formed the historic and spectacular taxi cab army which Galliene commanded to transport the French troops to the front in 1914 when the Germans were but twenty five miles from Paris will arrive in Litchfield on next Sunday, May 1, at 11 o'clock am…..

Returned Home from Lucheon
Miss Lorainne Wiegreffe, president of the Alpha Delphian Chapter returned last evening from St Louis where she attended the annual luncheon given by the various chapters of St Louis numbering 13, on Wednesday….
Submitted by: Lynn Boyd Reener

Litchfield Daily Union, Monday, Jun 6, 1927

Submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener



Aroma Class of the First ME Church
The Aroma Class of the First ME Church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Mary James on N Madison St, forty being present. After the business meeting a very enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs Alta Whitten and Mrs Myrtle Stratman assisted Mrs James in serving sandwiches, angel food cake and coffee, then all were taken for a ride which terminated at the Litchfield Candy Kitchen where they had an ice cream cone.
[Litchfield Daily Union, Friday, Jun 30, 1927 - Submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Rotarians Returning Home
Hon Amos Miller, Rev Ezra Keller and Dr Z V Kimball will leave England on Saturday of this week to sale on their return trip home…They attended the Rotary International convention at Ostend, Belgium and since then they have been in Germany, France, Switzerland and other places of interest to tourists, on the continent
[Litchfield Daily Union, Friday, July 1, 1927 - Submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener]


Litchfield Daily Union, Sat., Jul 2, 1927

submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener



Litchfield Daily Union, Thurs, July 7, 1927

submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener



Litchfield Daily Union, Friday, July 8, 1927

submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener



Litchfield Daily Union, Sat., July 9, 1927

submitted by Lynn Boyd Reener



Mrs H B McCaslin was hostess to the Bunco Club .
[Litchfield Daily Union, Litchfield, IL, 14 July 1927 - Submitted by Lynn Reener]

Mrs Mary Glynn, Mrs John Holland, Mrs M J Buscher, Mrs Oliver Smith, Miss Winifred McNamara and Miss Margaurite Weigers attended a meeting of the Illinois Catholic Council of Women at Springfield Saturday and yesterday.
[Litchfield Daily Union, Monday, May 28, 1928 -Submitted by: Lynn Boyd Reener]


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