Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Maxinkuckee Snipets Miscellaneous Newspapers etc.  







1885 Jun 30, 1885 -THE twenty-seventh annual meeting of the Indiana State Dental Association will be held at Lake Maxinkuckee, commencing Tuesday, June 30,1885. The State Board of Dental Examiners will also meet at the same time and place. EW YAN VALZAH, Secretary, Terre Haute, Ind. - The Dental Cosmos a monthly record of dental science (Philadelphia, The S. S. White Dental Manufacturing CO. 1885) Vol. XXVII





Chesterton Tribune, April 29, 1886

The Northern Indian Teacher's Association will meet at Lake Mainkuckee [Maxinkuckee], July 30 and 31, and August 1. A programme has been arranged that includes a number of prominent educators and the meeting promises to be an unusually interesting one.





American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record American Druggist Publishing Co., 1901 Page 30 - Chicago...OT Eastman, secretary of the Searle & Herein Co., Is spending his vacation at Lake Maxinkuckee, Ind., with his family, golf clubs and fishing tackle.





Diary of Hiram A. Pratt, Waveland Barber (Standard Diary #31)
Hiram Austin Pratt Diary - "bought of Thomas BURRIN Jan 2, 1903. Waveland, Ind HA Pratt".
August 1903

Monday August 10 -- $4.60. Paid 6.60 for oil and gasoline. Gave Eva 25 because she cleaned up the litter on the walk in the barn bought her two pr of hose for 25 c and a box of hair pins for 5. Paid for cheese 25 for crackers 10 for beef dried 25. We are contemplating a trip to Lake Maxinkuckee tomorrow. It is 110 miles to the lake.





The Indianapolis Star
July 11, 1915
Page 30 Column 7

SHELBYVILLE.
William Maholm spent the latter part of last week at Lake Maxinkuckee.





Jun 20, 1920 - square has as her guest Mrs. Ilan Pa uline Frost of Riverside, Cal Mrs. Jenes end Mr. Foat wll spend the at Lake Maxinkuckee - Chicago Tribune





1922 May 28, 1922 - Six hundred pilgrims of the Indiana Society of Chicago held their annual summer outing here today as guests of the Culver Military Academy. The banks and waters of old Lake Maxinkuckee never held a gathering of more spright-... From INDIANA SOCIETY ROMPS ON MAXINKUCKEE'S BANKS chicago tribune





1923 Jun 11, 1923 - Malcolm N. Fay of the Ambassador departed Saturday for a three weeks visit to Ita1y and Lake Maxinkuckee, Ind. Chicago Tribune





The following is taken from a letter we received from Rev. J. E. Young, who is engaged in laundry, cleaning, shoe repairing and variety goods at Culver , Indiana: "Please credit me with another year's subscription. We are engaged in business and getting along fine. The ice harvest is in f ull blast here on Lake Maxinkuckee and is of good quality. Always glad to receive the news from home through your paper." > Ridgeville News, Friday, January 27, 1922, Ridgeville, Indiana





Jul 24, 1923 - Mr. and Mrs. Macolm N. Fay are leaving on Saturday for a month stay at Lake Maxinkuckee, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Fay has been at the Ambassador for several months, but acn. return to their apartment at. __rst Division upon their return. chicago tribune 1885 Jun 30, 1885 -THE twenty-seventh annual meeting of the Indiana State Dental Association will be held at Lake Maxinkuckee, commencing Tuesday, June 30,1885. The State Board of Dental Examiners will also meet at the same time and place. EW YAN VALZAH, Secretary, Terre Haute, Ind. - The Dental Cosmos a monthly record of dental science (Philadelphia, The S. S. White Dental Manufacturing CO. 1885) Vol. XXVII





Jul 7, 1926 - Indiana, has gone to Indians and Is with friends at Lake Maxinkuckee for the remainder of the From Sally Picks Guests Tomorrow for Party at Chicago - Chicago Tribune





1937 May 29, 1937 - junior William R. Odells, to spend the long weekend at Maxinkuckee Lake, Ind. All will be guests of Mr. Hord's mother, Mrs. Francis Hord, who has a summer home on the lake. chicago tribune





1938 Jul 10, 1938 - The annual picnic of the Junior Trafic Club of Chicago will be hold next Sunday at Culver , Ind., on the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee. The group will travel by special train, via the Pennsylvania railroad. In addition to the usual picnic entertainment there will be a dress parade of the ... From JUNIOR TRAFIC CLUB PLANNING Culver OUTING chicago tribune










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