The Mrs. George Fowler who was writing the Forest Grove and Boston news sketches would have been Bessie, b. 1889, wife of George C. Fowler. He was the son of Robert William “Will” Fowler, a brother of Delana Louise Jane Fowler who married Ray Noyes. “Will” was married to Lucinda Workman. In 1920 George and Bessie were living in Richland, Barton, Missouri and his parents in Lamar. She wrote a number of these columns which often reported on Noyes and Fowler family activities.
Sept. 30, 1920, The Jasper News
FOREST GROVE AND BOSTON
Mrs. Geo. Fowler
L. D. Needham and family spent Sunday with Ray Noyes and family near Liberal.
Geo. Fowler came home from the hayfield Sunday.
Mr. Jungman’s father, who has been visiting him the past week, left for his home in Kansas Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Spann from Colorado are visiting at the home of their son, W. E. Spann.
Scott Carr took a load of melons to Carthage Monday.
R. W. Fowler and wife, who have been staying at the Geo. Fowler home the past week, returned to their home in Lamar Monday.
Roy Slate, who has been helping Geo. Fowler bale hay, left for his home at Milo Monday.
Alex Steelman is hauling cane to the sorghum mill.
Geo. Fowler and family were Lamar visitors Monday.