[In the divorce case of William C. Brandt and Mamie Brandt, upon the plaintiff's motion, this cause is dismissed. Plaintiff to pay court costs.]
HENRY BRANDT ARRESTED FOR NON-SUPPORTHenry Brandt, who resides on South Bluff street, was arrested Thursday on the affadavit of his wife who alleged non-support, and was taken before Justice E. G. Smith where he was bound over to the circuit court. He was released under $250 bond. Mr. Brandt is employed as a taxi driver by Chas. Timmons. The plaintiff is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Reprogle who reside on North Dewey street.
25 February 1921:
Sitka: Mrs. J. F. Ward bought a milk cow at the Timmons sale Tuesday and in trying to drive her away the cow fell, breaking a front leg.
Reynolds: Marie Krintz and family of Logansport visited here Saturday and Sunday.
13 May 1921:
Reynolds: Ernest Krintz and Jack Chaffee left Thursday for South Bend where they will seek employment.
3 June 1921:
Sitka: Lewis Ward took in the races at Indy this week.
21 October 1921:
Sitka: A son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ward last Friday.
4 November 1921:
TOPP - WARDWilliam Topp of Monon, who is employed as a brakeman, and Gertrude Ward, daughter of Mrs. Jewell Ward of near this city, were married Tuesday evening about 5:30 o'clock by the Rev. Elvin Daniels at the Christian parsonage.
25 November 1921:
Sitka: Lewis Ward, who has been at home for a few days, returned to Logansport Tuesday evening. He is working with Contractor Wickersham on a school building south of Logansport.
9 December 1921:
Henry Brandt Pleads Guilty - Fined $5 and CostsHenry Brandt Jr. of this city, charged in the White circuit court with assault and battery, appeared before Judge Carr Friday and waived arraignment, entering a plea of guilty. He was fined five dollars and costs by the court.
30 December 1921:
William Krintz of Fowler is here spending a few days at his brothers Gus and Emil Krintz.
William Krintz was taken to Lafayette Tuesday where he was immediately operated on for rupture of the appendix. His father and brother George, Fred Hintzman and Bert Snyder accompanied him.
Reynolds: Emil Krintz came back from Lafayette Tuesday evening and brot back word the William Krintz had gone through the operation all right. [sic]
Ed. note: Most of the notes above are quoted as printed in The White County Democrat, a weekly which was published on Fridays. On rare occasions I make small corrections in the interest of readability. On even rarer occasions, I have been known to make typographical errors, but rest assured, most of the errors appearing in this series are vintage! Notes which appear in brackets have been extracted and summarized in my own words from longer articles and are not direct quotes.