September 28-Born to Mr. and Mrs. STEWART SCHAFER, a boy.
October 8-CLYDE LILLIE of Grand Rapids, injured in auto accident one mile east of Coopersville. 12-SAN VanREE's auto was struck at Nunica, wrecking the car. 14-L.H. CHASE died, aged 84 years. 14-EDWARD GUY SLATER and NINA McKINNON married in Grand Rapids. 15-OSCAR BROSSIET found dead, face downward in boat on Grand river. 20-Mrs. D.S. HOUGHTALING died, aged 74 years. 20-W.J. BENNETT, rural mail carrier, had his buggy demolished, and one horse killed by colliding with interurban car at East Dennison. 21-Born to DR. and Mrs. W.A. MAXFIELD of Hudsonville, a girl. 22-WARREN M. SAUNDERS died, aged 69 years. 24-Born to Mr. and Mrs. JOHN A. LAUG, a girl. 24-Born to Mr. and Mrs. HARRY MEERMAN, a boy. 26-FRED ELBERS and GLADY PLATT married in Muskegan Heights. 28-LESTER WELLS of Berlin, accidentally shoots himself in his chest. 30-Mrs. PAUL MASTENBROOK died in Grand Rapids, aged 83 years. 31-Born to Mr. and Mrs. JAMES COLLAR, a boy.
November 1-Mrs. W.S. BOWEN died in Ann Arbor following an operation. 4-HARLEY C. BEMENT died, aged 83 years. 6-The firm of SICHTEMAN & LAUG disolved, Mr. SICHTEMAN, retiring. 10-Born to Mr. and Mrs. ELLIS P. LILLIE, a girl. 15-Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. SCHIPPER, a boy. 15-ELI S. KEARNEY and FRANCIS L. FERNDON married in Los Angeles, Cal. 17-WM. PATTERSON died from injuries received by his horses trampling upon him Tuesday, the 14th, aged 63 years. 17-MYRTLE ROSE BAKER and CHARLES W. McCLURE married in Great Falls, Montana. 18-SIMON LIEFFERS and J. SIETSEMA are the first men to walk over the new steel bridge across Grand river at Eastmanville. 19-Mrs. HARRISON H. AVERILL died, aged 55 years 2 months 3 days. 22-CHARLEY TAYLOR ships one thousand live turkeys by express to Lake Odessa, the largest express shipment ever made in Coopersville. 27-HOWARD HAMMOND IRISH and Miss MARY ELIZABETH BOWSER married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. FRED HICKS. 29-Mrs. H. BAYER died, aged 48 years 9 months 19 days. 29-FRANK HAMBLETON and Miss EDNA BROWN were married at the home of the bride's parents in Nunica. 30-JOHN VEENEMAN and Miss HATTIE POSTMA married in New Era. 30-HERBERT VELTMAN and Miss ORVA RUTH VAN HOUTEN married in Grand Rapids.
December 3-Mr. and Mrs. GILFORD TAYLOR celebrated their 50th. wedding anniverary. 7-Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.W. KLATT, a boy. 8-Rendition of "Only a Farmer's Daughter" by Coopersville Dramatic Company.JOHN RANKANS, one of the players had a stroke of apoplexy during the third act. 9-Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.L. RICHARDS, Yainax, Oregon, a girl.Mrs. Richards was formerly Miss FAYE BAKER of this place. 10-CLAUS ERHORN of Nunica, in an encounter with an enraged bull, was saved from death by his faithful shepard dog. 20-THIELANDER VAN SICKLE of Fruitport, killed by Muskegon interurban freight car at Soderin's crossing. 21-SUMMER JOURDAN died in Traverse City, aged 50 years.Buried here the following Sunday. 28-FLOYD E. WELSHand Miss EDYTHE LOVINA LULLMAN marry at the home of the bride's parents. 29-FRED J. TOOGOOD, age 54 years, died in Grand Rapids.He fell from a ladder and fractured his skull.