Wildomar News: The Year 1921

Article from January 21, 1921Wildomar

[Daily Press Special Service]

Wildomar, January 21, 1921.- The funeral of Thos. P. Latter, who died last Saturday morning was held at the home on Tuesday afternoon. Burial was made in Wildomar Cemetery. Mr. Latter is survived by his wife, son, Archie and a brother and sister in Los Angeles. Eugene DeVaul and family spent the week-end at the Frank Ireland home. Mrs. DeVaul being a sister of Mrs. Frank Ireland and Mrs. A. J. Morgan. Frank Collier and family were weekend visitors in Riverside. A petition has been filed with the county school superintendent asking for the formation of a new district to be known as the Sedco school district and to be made up of a part of Elsinore and Wildomar districts. Petition will come before supervisors February 9thThomas Wilkinson of Long Beach spent a few days the past week with his brother William Wilkinson, who is confined to his bed by a stroke of paralysis. Two nieces, Miss Effie Wilkinson and Mrs. Cartright of Long Beach are helping in caring for Mr. Wilkinson. William Thomas and family have moved to Redlands where their son, Jack is taking treatments from Pr. Ward at the Mentone Sanitarium. They expect to be gone three weeks. Mr. Webber and wife, who have leased the Callantine house, moved in this week. Mr. Webber owns eight acres on the boulevard north of town, which he expects to develop. The rain the first of the week came as a God-send to the farmers here. A little over two inches was recorded for the storm.