Newsy Notes From the Northern Burg.
The Dramatic Club–The Recent Debate–A Western Union Office–Spring Is Coming.
- The weather is quite springlike.
- Miss Aggie Jones is up from Salt Lake visiting Miss Annie Wade.
- The Western Union Telegraph company has established an office at the Union Pacific depot. The telegraph line being no longer in use.
- A gentleman giving his name as T. S. Bulmer, and representing himself as an M. D. from London, Eng., has taken up permanent residence in Kaysville.
- President Angus M. Cannon, George C. Lambert, David Lumbert and Isaac M. Waddel and wife, were up from Salt Lake on Thursday, in attendance at the funeral of the late Mr. Woolley.
- The Eighth district school concert, the programme of which published some two weeks ago, and which had to be postponed on account of sickness, will be given next Thursday evening, the 21st inst.
- Mrs. Wolley, wife of Henry Woolley, one of the oldest residents of Kaysville died last Tuesday evening at the age of 79 years. The funeral services were held on Thursday at 1 o’clock p.m. The deceased was boron in Yoxall, Staffordshire, England July 25, 1811 and emigrated to America In 1844 and to Utah in 1849.
- The Kaysville dramatic club did themselves proud last Wednesday evening, the occasion being the presentation of the domestic drama “Jessie Vere.” Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, bad condition of the roads and other backsets, the house was fairly well filled, and the play went off in the most approved style. It is probable that it will be repeated soon.
- The debate on the question, “Resolved, that education has exerted a greater influence for mankind than has wealth,” between James H. Linford jr., and Henry H. Blood, of the Kaysville Historical and Debating club, the affirmative, and D. O. Rideout, jr. and C. B. Stewart, of the Young Men’s Lyceum of Draper on the negative side, resulted in a decision by the judges of two for the negative and one for affirmative. After the debate about fifty couples engaged in one of the most enjoyable balls of the season. With the party from Draper were Mr. J. O. Smith, Miss Snow, Mr. C. B. Stewart, Miss Garff, Mr, J. W. Smith, Miss Brown and Mr., D. O. Rideout, jr.
KAYSVILLE, March 8, 1891.