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Birth:1642
Death:1685
Name:Ruth Bayless (Bayles) (Bales)/Rusco
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Text:"... list in- | eluded: Mrs. Margaret Aspegrcn j and Mrs. RuthRusco, Burr Oak; _Mrs._F.e_rn-Nunn,-Mus.-KUeu .Xohn-~f| Rev. and Mrs. Charles S. Calkins of Burlingame, Kan., are to son, Mrs. J. Bowyer, Mrs..."
Date:Oct 12 1933
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:".... X- A friend who is blessedeventing writes that tbe town folks seem m> vitsRy interested, shehi considering calling the youngster ‘MU. P.” (Community project.)—RuthRusco. . ——X- We were coaxed..."
Date:July 11 1940
Publication:Republic, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...’s cooking, but if another woman does it she has to listen to the recipe, says RuthRusco in the Logan Republican. czechYJIde hro obìì \iois. In the Short While Since Miiiiicli the Democrncy Has Been..."
Date:Feb 20 1939
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... that taxes are inequitably imposed and too high* those favoring a government less 'inclined to experiment; those seeking jobs; and those who are tired, supporting a spend^rift Uncle Bam. Columnist RuthRusco..."
Date:Feb 22 1940
Publication:Republic, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:".... The June bride is advertising one cook book, practically new- in exchange for one can opener, states RuthRusco in the Burr Oak Herald. OUT WEST, Sir: Ogden, Utah—tFar western correspondent.) Odd jobs..."
Date:Aug 23 1940
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... to foretell change of weather by his says RuthRusco in the Bun Oak he does it by the static on the Clouds that have been seen over Winfield recently are like the pro verbial drop biscuits made by They have..."
Date:Aug 26 1936
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... of the "cakes mother used to bake"? ponders RuthRusco at Burr Oak. A local woman thinks her husband took lier to a hotel to dinner on New Year's Day just to let her sec that he doesn't care for green olives..."
Date:Jan 21 1937
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..." '........' � When a farmer's wife won't milk the cows any more a piiblLc sale ..is. advertised, according. to. the Oakley (Graphic. RuthRusco of Burr Oak_knows.-a- little waitress who says it's a lot more fun..."
Date:Mar 25 1937
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... the danger, and well-posted speakers from those organizations sound the warning on frequent public appearances. Illlllllillllllll People are the same everywhere - rich, poor, smart, dumb, RuthRusco observes..."
Date:June 18 1936
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... wth our pennies?—RuthRusco. ^ — “I’ve never seen any woman,” said Old Man Grouch, “in any of the fool positons the stocking ads have them in. But, durn it. I’d like to.”—Marysville Advocate..."
Date:May 27 1937
Publication:Republic, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... cents a All sandwitches served with cold Samantha Steele We should be Jlad that we live in a country where the nearest thing we have to a Trojan horse is a RuthRusco People have spent 1900 years figuring..."
Date:July 20 1940
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... can can't be thrown away al our house without an argument any more. RuthRusco reports in the Burr Oak Herald. The daughter has heard .so much alxDut sending in labels for this and that, she thinks they..."
Date:Dec 14 1936
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...." When RuthRusco's husband, Howard, publisher ._of-the-.Burx.JOak-Jlerald,-graduated-from-Lheainiv.eii^ sity, a" ~ffiefid bbuglTt" hiirT'ah^ele'cfT'icr'Tah; TheTf' coolcd..."
Date:July 21 1938
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:".../ere members of the sewing club, while the majority of the losers belonged to the bridge club.-RuthRusco in the Burr Oak Herald. Washington's Birthday Speech delivered hy A. Q. Miller before the Salina Lions..."
Date:Feb 24 1938
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... calf looks better in a silk stocking. Rooks County Recod's Office Cat. -4- RuthRusco, the B^rr Oak Herald’s Mount Oread correspondent, was rather surprised at Canada’s recent decision to give..."
Date:Aug 12 1937
Publication:Republic, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... for Mahalma Gliaiidi, according to RuthRusco. - msJdyen^t'^^y^M?'^^ the "North 'sea they have gone a long way toward, bringing-a crisis to Ciermany. If, j as Hiey are now trying, ihey e;jn,' get control..."
Date:Apr 18 1940
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... to buy anything, run an account and neglect to pay the bill. A New York hairdresser says that 1)8 per cent of..all .woi.iien.Jiaye ,_crooke(l_......noses,______And- -Ruth.. Rusco predicted that some witty..."
Date:Nov 4 1937
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... Lela of San Bernardino Ca u Lizzie May Majors of Mentone Flossie Bradshaw of Cami Jfti Ca Vema Hicks of Tulsa T Okla and RuthRusco of Fair view Okla granddaughter Tonya Haven of Tucson Fu services..."
Date:Oct 7 1977
Publication:Tucson, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"... stance of how America offers says RuthRusco in the Burr 1 portunity to boys and Its Oak he does U by the I a great country where such I static on the 3o 3T 3l c3 33 21 45 22 34 38 SI 5ft as she walked..."
Date:Sep 3 1936
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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