Wyoming Tribune no. 52 February 08, 1904, page 7
Wyoming Tribune no. 61 February 18, 1904, page 3
Bell-George Bell at Hyattville, Big
Basin Republican no. 4 June 07, 1906, page 1 Ten Sleep Items
Dr. Walker and Mrs. Bell came down to decorate Mr. Bellís grave.
George A. Bell was born in
Basin Republican no. 38 February 01, 1907, page 5 Paintrock News Items (Hyattville)
The Paint Rock Library Association met last Saturday and elected the following officers for the ensuing year:† A. S. Mercer Jr., President; Mrs. R. Baldwin, Vice President; Miss Blanch M. Bell, Secretary: Mrs. J. B. Gapen, Treasurer.† This library was started three years ago.† Dr. G. W. Walker being the principal contributor of money toward it.† People stopping in Hyattville have an opportunity to occupy their time profitably.
Blanch and the doctor moved to
There is no apparent George A. Bell connection with the following story, except
that it is published in Worland and shows newspaper humor of the day. Several
other George Bells were born in
Worland Grit no. 25 June 13, 1918, page 3
George A. Bell
SOLDIER SO BIG HE HAS TO HAVE TWIN BEDS
†† He is the only soldier in the world who sleeps in twin beds.
"Seven-eleven," the boys call
†† George is well proportioned, and there is nothing to cause his rejection for physical reasons. When he came it was necessary to put in a requisition for special furniture for him to sleep in.