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Sutter County Farmer, November 20, 1909

Saunders - Summy

A marriage license was issued in Marysville last Monday to Jesse Saunders, aged 31 of Colusa and Miss Stella Summy, aged 19 of Meridian. The wedding took place the same day being performed by Rev. W. C. Robbins, pastor of the M. E. Church. The groom is a prominent and industrious man of Colusa and the bride a winsome young lady with a host of friends. They have the hearty congratulations of all on this happy occasion.

 

Sutter County Farmer, November 26, 1909. Pg. 7

 
Engagement of Miss Edna Hedger Announced
Marysville High School will soon lose one of the young lady students. Miss Edna Hedger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hedger of Live Oak, a senior, has announced her engagement to Rev. A. Lutz of the same place. Rev. Lutz is a late arrival at Live Oak, coming from a prominent Methodist family in the East. The date of the wedding is not for publication. Miss Hedger would be one of the graduating class of 1910 if the more important event in her life had not claimed precedence.

 

Sutter County Farmer, November 25, 1910, Pg 1

Southeast Sutter Young Man Weds Wheatland Girl
 
Clyde Waltz, a prominent young man of Southeast Sutter, was married Wednesday at 11 o'clock to Miss Helen Blackford, daughter of Price Blackford, President of the Farmers Bank of Wheatland. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride and was quite a society event of that locality. Both young people have many friends to extend to them heart congratulations.

 
Funeral for the Late Mrs. C. Klempp

 

Quite a number of residents attended the funeral of the late Mrs. C. Klempp here last Saturday afternoon. The services were conducted at the residence on Bridge street, Rev. Will Stuart Wilson officiating. Interment was made in the Yuba City cemetery and the pall bearers were: W. H. Chism, C. A. Duncan, A. Smith, A. A. McRae, M. Reissinger and Rollin Williams.

 
Miss Pearl Ellington To Teach at Live Oak
 
Miss Pearl Ellington of Sutter City has been appointed as the primary teacher in Clay District at Live Oak, vice Miss Myra Bean, deceased. The trustees held a meeting last Friday and of the three applications before them selected Miss Ellington for the place. She is a teacher of experience and well qualified for the position.

 
Sutter County Farmer, November 25, 1910, Pg 4
 
Married
 
Waltz Blackford- In Wheatland, November 23, 1910, Clyde Waltz of Southeast Sutter and Miss Helen Blackford of Wheatland.

 

Summy Chester- In Yuba City, November 20, 1910, by Rev. J. R. Sawyer, Melvin Summy of Meridian and Edna Chester of West Butte.

 
Born
 
McBain - In Sacramento, November 17, 1910, to the wife of J. A. McBain, formerly of Yuba City, a daughter.

 
Died
 
Moutoux - In Yuba City, November 20, 1910, Charles Henry Moutoux, a native of Germany, aged 55 years

Foul Play Ruled Out As Cause in Transient's River Death

A man found floating in the Feather River last Friday morning apparently died of natural causes said a Yuba County Sheriff Coroner's Office Deputy. Jack Dempsey McKelroy, 60, a transient pronounced dead about 11:30 a.m. Friday was found to have water in his lungs during a subsequent autopsy, said Sgt. Jack Reed, who said deputies have ruled out foul play in the death.

Redd said McKelroy may have drowned or died of heart problems, of which he had a history. Redd said deputies initially were concerned about a laceration found on McKelroy's face but found it superficial upon examination. McKelroy, who reportedly was last seen alive about 9:30 a.m. Friday, was said to be intoxicated at that time, said Redd. Services are pending at Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel.

 

Friends Mourn at Double Funeral


Many friends joined the mourning relatives at double funeral rites Monday afternoon for Mrs. Evelyn Jameson and her young son, Jameson Jr., victims of Friday night railroad crossing accident at Tierra Buena.

The services were held in the Jones chapel in Yuba City with Rev. Victor Halboth of the Lutheran church as the minister. Interment was made in the Wheatland cemetery.

Two ambulances carried the bodies. Mrs. Leonard Betty was organist at the services.

Casket bearers were Cort Justenson, Vorice Nall, Russell Marshall, Murray Marshall, Melvin Engasser and Norval Engasser.

Mrs. Jameson is survived by her husband, Verne Jameson, a 5-year old daughter Bernice, her mother, Mrs. C. A. O'Connor of Junction City, her father, Dan Babcock of Happy Camp and the following sisters and brothers; Mrs. Thelma Krueger of Weaverville; Harold O'Connor of Klamath Falls; Frank O'Connor and Charles O'Connor of Junction City and Walter Willis of Redding

 

Missing Miner Is Found Dead

REDDING, Oct. 17, (VNA) A three-day search for Samuel C. Graves, prospector near Fall River Mills, was ended when searchers found the man sprawled on his face on the ground near his cabin, dead from a heart attack. Coroner Roy S. Duggins joined the search Saturday when it was feared Graves had met with foul play. His rifle lay on the ground beside him, but he bore no wounds.


 

HIT - Runner SOUGHT
 
COLUSA, Oct. 17 (VNA) Officers sought a hit and run driver today after the body of a man tentatively identified as Florentino Ventura, 35, Grimes beet worker, was found beside the highway Sunday night near Sycamore. The coroner said the man's neck was broken and his skull fractured. He apparently had been struck by an automobile while walking back to camp.

 

Appeal Democrat, April 15, 1929, Pg. 3
 
Liberty Theater To Feature First Fun Movie Films

 

Change of policy in the National Theaters Syndicate theaters in Marysville, the National and Liberty, effective Sunday has been announced by Managers Bill Cornwell and Bill Irwin here. Under the new plan, the National will feature talking motion pictures exclusively, with a silent photoplay on Sunday night only, in connection with the Radio-Keith-Orpheum vaudeville. The Liberty will now feature all big, first run silent productions including present and coming releases not adapted to sound and dialogue.

Body of Wheatland Businessman Found
Appeal Democrat June 17, 1970 pg. 4

 

The body of Wheatland grocer Lloyd Clarence Nightingale, 63, was found hanging from a railing in a meat locker in his store about 6:30 p.m. Yesterday, according to the Yuba County Sheriff-Coroner's Office. The sheriff's office said he took his own life.

Nightingale left no note or other explanation of his act, however, deputies reported. His wife, Ruth, went to the store when he did not return home for supper. Unable to get into the locked store at 322 Main St., she went next door and got barber James Sullivan and Otto Parisal, one of Nightingale's employee to assist her. They broke into the store and found Nightingale's body, according to a coroner's report. In addition to his wife, Nightingale is survived by a brother, Clyde, of Wheatland and two sisters, Marjorie Jones of Wheatland and Loretta Petty of Morgan Hill.

Funeral arrangements are pending at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. Nightingale was the son of Tom and Frances Nightingale, who bought the former Bilby's Market after moving to Wheatland in 1917. He was the original member from Wheatland on the Sutter-Yuba Mosquito Abatement District board of directors.

Marriages

Pemelton - Anthony

To Bobby Austin Pemelton, 21 and Maxine Eleanor Anthony, 18, both of Marysville, in Marysville, Yuba County, May 2, 1952

Poppel Pryor To Samuel Edward Poppell, 22, of Perry, Fla., and Patricia Marie Pryor, 23, of Beale Air Force Base, in Marysville, Yuba County, June 16, 1970


Kelsoe Garcia To Charles Robert Kelsoe, 19, and Katherine Claudia, 19, both of Marysville, In Marysville, Yuba County, June 16, 1970
 

 

 

NOTE: 
 I do not live in Yuba County therefore am unable to assist with local research.

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