The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.
Compiled and Edited by Virginia Ross
Registrar for Daniel McMillan Chapter, N.S.D.A.R.1916
Stronghurst Graphic, Oct.9, 1916
GLADSTONE GLEANINGS: Quite a number attended the "Civilization" show at the Burlington Grand Opera House. The stork made a visit at the Mr. and Mrs. James Sandy home and left them a fine baby boy. Mr. A.Davis of Oklahoma is visiting the Fred G. Galbraith home south of town. Jennie Drew of Burlington came to visit her sister, Mrs. Will Galbraith. The James Warner family moved into the Knutstrom house where they will live while theirs is newly plastered. Roy Law is expected home from the Burlington Hospital where he has been for the last four weeks recovering from an amputation of his leg following the accident while working on a train at the sand pit. He is but 19 years of age and will go through life a cripple. Mrs. Green Jacobs is very ill at her home.