Roller Skate Coming Back

The roller skate is “coming back.” It never really went out, as far as the children are concerned. Now, however, young ladies have taken it up–not in skating rinks, by the way, but in the open air–for exercise and fun on the sidewalks and smooth pavements...

Willard Balderson Party

Mrs. Neil Balderson entertained with a children’s party last Saturday afternoon to celebrate the fifth anniversary of her small son, Willard. She had the assistance of Mrs. John Casner and of her brother Willis Shehi of Topeka. The little people enjoyed merry games...

Big Ditch Fishing

Monday night and all day Tuesday probably twenty or more of our fishermen and boys were lined up along the big ditch east and south of town endeavoring in diverse ways to secure some of the larger fish making their way in the back water from the river. Several hundred...

Hail Storm

Noah Tobaka of the Vermillion district was in town Monday and reports damage from the hail Sunday morning of considerable proportions. Guess he was about right as it was noticed that he bought twenty-two window lights to replace damage done by that storm. The Wamego...

Pipe Dreams & Chickens

In a few years Wamego banks are going to be overloaded with money. A number of amateurs have bought a few hens and the results go something like this. Twenty hens will lay eggs and hatch over one hundred eggs per year. Next year we will have 2,000 hens who will lay...

James Mansfield Dies

James Mansfield, a pioneer of this community died at his home in West Wamego Friday, April 9, 1915. Funeral services were held at the home Sunday afternoon in charge of Rev. Phillips, and services at the grave in charge of the Masonic Lodge. James Mansfield was born...