Location: Warren County IA

Biographical Sketch of J. R. Moser

J. R. Moser, marble-works, was born in Warren County, Iowa, July 2, 1853. Removed to Madison County. In May, 1877, moved to Rush County, Kan, and came to Mankato, Jewell County, in 1878, and in December, 1881, established himself in the marble business. He is now doing a splendid business, shipping tombstones to different points.

Willis, Samuel E. – Obituary

Samuel E. Willis Dies At His Shop Baker Merchant and Shoe Man Victim of attack of Apoplexy Samuel E. Willis, Baker merchant and shoe repairman, died in his shop on Broadway between Second and Third streets Monday Evening shortly after 5 o’clock of apoplexy He had apparently been in good health up to the time of his death. Mr. Willis operated a shoe store and cobbler shop on the present site of the J.C. Penny company for several years before moving his shop to Broadway. He has been in business in Baker ever since he moved here in 1915. Mr.

Van Winkle, Eleanor Powell Staples Mrs. – Obituary

Eleanor Van Winkle, 87, a former Baker City resident, died May 19, 2005, at her home in Indianola, Iowa. Her graveside service will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Mount Hope Cemetery in Baker City, with Pastor Robin Harris officiating. Eleanor was born April 28, 1918, in Baker City. She went to grade school at Rye Valley and graduated in 1936 from Vale High School. She earned an accounting degree from LaSalle Extension University in Chicago. Eleanor was a welder in a shipyard during World War II. She worked as an accountant for Ore-Ida Frozen Foods for 25 years. In

Biography of William T. McKay, M. D.

William T. McKay, M. D. In point of continuous service Doctor McKay is one of the oldest physicians in Southern Kansas, having located at Arkansas City thirty years ago. He had always maintained a position among the leaders of his profession, and besides his large private practice he had elevated standards of medical service and furnished additional facilities through Mercy Hospital, of which he is one of the proprietors. Doctor McKay was born at Indianola, Iowa, September 4, 1860, and is of Scotch-Irish descent. His ancestors were pioneers in Kentucky. His father, Charles McKay, was born at Bardstown, Kentucky, in

Willis, Samuel E. – Obituary

Samuel E. Willis Dies At His Shop Baker Merchant and Shoe Man Victim of Attack of Apoplexy Samuel E. Willis, Baker Merchant and shoe repairman, died in his shop on Broadway and Third streets Monday evening shortly after 5 o’clock of Apoplexy. He had apparently been in good health up to the time of his death. Mr. Willis operated a shoe store and cobbler shop on the present site of the J.C. Penny Company for several years before moving his shop to Broadway. He has been in business in Baker ever since he moved here in 1915. Mr. Willis was