Tuesday, November 26, 2013

November News from "3" Years

News from November of the "3" years, 1873-1963 from a variety of sources.

1873 Nov 6 - death of Margaret Clark, 19-year-old daughter of Carey (1828-1901) and Rebecca Hildebrant (1833-1910) Clark, long time residents of New Vienna. --Wilmington Journal

1873 Nov 27 - D.C. [David] Amberg married Lucy Rogers, both of New Vienna, on Nov. 12.  They left at once for their future home in Eureka, Kansas. [By the 1880 census they were back in Highland County, Ohio.  D.C.'s father, Abraham, a New Vienna merchant, postmaster and mayor in the 1880s was a German immigrant who settled in New Vienna in the 1840s.  Lucy's father, Thomas Rogers, was born in New Market in 1823.] --Wilmington Journal & Highland Weekly News Nov. 20, 1873 p.2.

1883 Nov 7 - Aaron Nordyke building a new dairy barn in New Vienna. --Wilmington Journal

1913 Nov 13 - Tasso Terrell [father of Paul] is moving to the Posegate farm--Wilmington Journal

1913 Nov 20 - Real Estate Transfer: Board of Education of Penn tp. to Board of Education of New Vienna School District, Penn tp, lot, $75 --Hillsboro News-Herald 20Nov1913p1

1913 Nov 25 - (Beryl) Crouse & (Charles) Simkins business in New Vienna is granted bankruptcy in US District Court in Cincinnati.  --Cincinnati Enquirer 11Nov1913p13

1923 Nov 24 - Junior Livestock Judging team from NV chosen to represent Ohio in the non-collegiate judging contest in which only one team from each state can compete.  The competition will take place at the International Livestock Expo in Chicago in December. --Hamilton (Ohio) Journal News 24Nov1923p22

1933 Nov 27 - Prominent Xenia surgeon and head of McClellan Hospital, Dr. B.R. McClellan and his wife were severely injured in an auto accident one mile from New Vienna when their auto skidded on the ice-coated highway and overturned in a ditch. New Vienna physician, Dr. Fullerton, was summoned to the accident and brought the injured couple to the hospital. --Xenia Daily Gazette 27Nov1933p1

1943 Nov 2 - Classified ad for chrysanthemums at Ryan's Greenhouse, NV. "Our gardens are lovely with all varieties and colors. Visitors welcome." --Hillsboro Press-Gazette 2Nov1943p5  [The greenhouse was located at a residence on Railroad Ave, husband Joe Ryan was a blacksmith.  Read more about the residents of Railroad Avenue in New Vienna's Railroad Ave. in 1958.]

1943 Nov 5 - Hunter-Bentley wedding: Norma Bentley of near Sabina, and Daryl O. Hunter of Marshall were married on Oct. 31.  The bride is a graduate of Wilmington College and a member of the faculty of the New Vienna School.  Mr. Hunter was the vocational agricultural instructor at New Vienna school before entering the US Army. --Hillsboro Press Gazette 5Nov1943p4
Dr. William Thomas Matthews Obituary
Marion Star (Marion, Ohio) 30Nov1953 p.11
1953 Nov 30 - Dr. William Thomas Matthews, of New Vienna passed away on November 30, 1953.  He had served as a physician in New Vienna for 50 years prior to which he practiced in Fayette County for two years.  He was survived by his wife, Blanche Miller Matthews, and two sons, Charles and John.

1963 Nov 8 - Ad for Public Auction and Consignment Sale every Friday at 7pm at Crone's Antique and Furniture Store, Main St., New Vienna.  Noah Jenkins Auctioneer. --Hillsboro Press Gazette 8Nov1963p8

1963 Nov 14 - Bill L. Flint confirmed as New Vienna's new postmaster  --U.S., Appointments of U. S. Postmasters, 1832-1971
New Vienna Postmasters 1930-1963 scanned from Appointments of U.S. Postmasters, 1832-1971
1963 Nov 29 - Death of Carl Williams of New Vienna. He was a printer and also drove a taxi in New Vienna. Survivors included his wife, Zola McKinley Williams. --Hillsboro Press Gazette 29Nov1963p2
Wilmington Journal information as abstracted by Josephine Williams and Joyce Pinkerton.

1 comment:

  1. Mrs. Matthews came to our house for years on holidays. I remember going to the nursing home in Wilmington to pick her up--when I first got my drivers license I had the honor of picking her up by myself. FINE lady. One of the sons retired to Phoenix as I recall?