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Indian Creek News ~ McDaniels
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: June 03, 2003 at 15:30:57
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Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa
Thursday, July 28, l904


J.B. MCDANIELS was a Blockley caller Sunday.

ODE DALE was in this vicinity one day last week.

A.C. DALE, A.J. WOOLSEY and wives spent Sunday at the ROBINSON home.

VIRGIL and CHARLES ROBINSON spent one night last week with their grandparents.

WM. MOORE and daughter were calling on Leon friends Friday.

Quite a number of our young people attended the ice cream supper at HENRY MILLS' Saturday night.

VIE STONER is spending this week with her sister, MRS. J.H. MCDANIEL.

WM. ROBINSON and family were the guests of their daughter, MRS. S.B. LATTA, one day last week.

JOE and RAY CLAY were calling on friends in this vicinity Sunday.

ANNA MCDANIEL is recovering from a severe case of poisoning, caused by poison ivy.

DAN ROBINSON and family took dinner at WM. MOORE's Sunday.

MAMIE KIMPORT was the guest of LELAH SPENCER Saturday night.

GRACE MOORE and ANNA MCDANIEL spent Sunday evening with BESSIE STILL, of Blockley.

ORA WOOLSEY and PERCY DALE were the guests of SARAH ROBINSON Sunday.

LULU HUBBARD spent last week with home folks.

J.N. STILL, wife and daughter ANGIE, took dinner at E.J. HORNEY's Sunday and attended the funeral of Grandma WEBSTER.


Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
June 2, 2003

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