September 21, 1899
Dr. HANSEN went to Maysville, Missouri, to work in the interest of Graceland
W. R. SELLON returned to Burlington.
H. A. STEBBINS and wife went to Burlington to visit for a short time, and
then would go on to the reunion in Wisconsin.
F. M. WELD came in from Lucas, Iowa.
George BENTLY went to Ellston, Iowa.
B. M. MERRITT went to Beaconsfield.
Elbert SMITH and wife returned from Maysville, Missouri.
J. W. BLACKMAN and wife came down from Leon.
Misses Anna and Lena LAMBERT returned from Leon.
F. CRILEY and wife, Mrs. J. W. WIGHT and children, Mrs. C. A. BRACKENBURY,
children and sister Grace HANSEN, all started for the L. D. S. Reunion at
W. T. COONTZ started for Lee County, Iowa, in answer to a telegram announcing
the very severe illness of his father, who is now seventy five years old.
H. W. LOPER and J. W. PHIPPS, of Coburgh, Iowa, came in to look at property
with a view to buying.
Mr. NEWCOMB, of Solon, Iowa, who had been looking at property returned.
Mr. JARVIS and wife returned to Burlington, Iowa.
R. S. BEALL of Mt. Ayr, was in town.
O. J. LAWHORN and wife returned from Omaha, Nebraska.
Mrs. H. S. RIDER returned from her long stay in Illinois.
Lawyer MCGINNIS came down from Leon.
Thos. TEALE and wife returned to Leon.
Zenia HANSEN went to Garden Grove.
Mrs. Ethel BOWMAN went to Davis City.
W. S. BLAIR went to Des Moines and from there would go on to Leavenworth,
Mr. LESLEY and wife returned to Ridgeway.
Mrs. May MATHER went to Kansas City, Missouri to join her husband and will
remain there while Mr. MATHER is engaged with his medical work.
Elders J. S. SNIVELY and H. N. SNIVELY returned from Davis City and vicinity.
T. J. FITZPATRICK returned from Fairfield, Iowa.
Mrs. E. L. KELLEY returned from her extended visit with relatives in Nebraska.
Zenia HANSEN returned from Garden Grove.
Dr. HANSEN returned from Maysville, Missouri.
Mrs. BRANTWAIT returned from St. Joseph, Missouri.
Mr. James ALLEN went to Des Moines, and from there would go to Coalville.
Mrs. F. E. STODDARD went to Toledo, Ohio.
Wentworth HULMES returned to Joy, Illinois.
J. S. CRESTCHER returned to Cantril, Iowa.
F. E. STODDARD and B. STODDARD went to Blackwell, Oklahoma to engage in the
J. G. SMITH and Wilbur GILLEN went to Kansas City.
L. D. RILEY and daughter went to Oklahoma City to attend the fair, and then
would go to Topeka, Kansas, to attend a reunion the 27 and 28 of September.
? C. SMITH returned from his missionary tour in Missouri.
Mrs. KENNEDY, of Independence, Missouri, a daughter of A. H. SMITH, arrived
for a visit with relatives.
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February 28, 2004
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