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Mrs. Enos Moore ~ Clayton, Kansas ~ and sister Mrs. L. J. Ede
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: February 21, 2004 at 16:16:10
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Garden Grove Express
July 6, 1893
Garden Grove, Iowa


Mrs. A. C. NORTHRUP went to Tingley Monday on a visit to her daughter.

Mrs. George WRIGHT and her children, Jet and Carol, came home Thursday.

Miss Della MCCONNELL is at Milo spending a month's vacation with friends.

A. C. NORTHRUP and Albert went to the Lineville mineral springs Friday after

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. PARRISH visited friends in Leon from Thursday until
Saturday afternoon.

Miss Mattie MCKIBBEN returned home Friday after a year's successful teaching
in Nebraska.

Pearl METIER returned Friday from Burlington where he has been attending the
business college.

Owing to the serious illness of Mr. WASSON, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. JORDAN went to
Lineville last week.

Joseph WARNER and James BAKER came up from Leon Saturday and remained over
Sunday with L. C. WARNER.

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus GATES of Redding, ? came Monday on a visit to her brother
Philander GATES and other friends.

The Misses Cora KIPP and Emma PATTERSON of Mt. Ayr came Saturday on a visit
to the latter's sister, Mrs. WARNER.

Geo. RUSSELL and Elmo EVANS started Saturday evening for Chicago and the
White City. They, of course, will have a pleasant time.

Mrs. Charles CLARK and baby and Mrs. J. M. ROSS, of Des Moines have been
visiting their friend, Mrs. C. B. FRASE, since last Thursday.

Mrs. Enos MOORE accompanied by her two children came from Clayton, Kansas,
Wednesday on a visit to her sister, Mrs. L. J. EDE and family.

Mr. and Mrs. George STEARNS returned from their visit at the World's Fair
Monday morning. They report a good time seeing the wonders of the world.

Dr. CONE and family enjoyed a visit from his mother. Mrs. Hawley CONE of
Downing, Mo., and his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. JONES, of
Glenwood, Mo. They came Friday and stayed until Monday.

The families of J. L. YOUNG and R. M. GIBSON went into camp at Radnich's
grove near Davis City Saturday evening and remained until after Independence Day.
Barring the goats and mosquitoes that infest the classic banks of the Grand
River they undoubtedly had a good time.

Copied by Stacey McDowell Dietiker
February 21, 2004

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