This is another one that was very difficult to read so the names might not be
quite right. - Stacey
The Independent Patriot
Sept. 22, 1898
W. A. HOPKINS returned from Omaha.
Gerd RACH returned from Leon.
C. O. LESKA returned home by train and Mark LESKA by team.
Frank CRILEY, Herald Office, Business Manager, left for the Woodbine Reunion.
Oscar ANDERSON, assistant cashier of the State Savings Bank. left for the
Woodbine Reunion and Omaha Exposition.
Mrs. John MCKIM went to St. Joseph whence she will go to the Omaha
Exposition, Woodbine Reunion and for a visit with relatives in Crawford County, Iowa.
Mrs. Mary GARNER started for the Omaha Exposition, Woodbine Reunion, and
probably an all winter visit with her husband's relatives near ? Iowa.
R. G. THOMAS returned from Leon, where he had been attending a reunion of the
34th Iowa, Infantry.
Mrs. Gus LAGE and son John, and Lula and Iola HORZUNG?, returned from their
protracted visit in Hardin County, Iowa.
Elder C. SCOTT, having recovered sufficiently from his illness, started for
Milo, Iowa, to do Missionary work.
H. B. HARDER and C. A. WICKS, came in from Davis City.
J. W. SMITH returned from his trip east.
Mr. and Mrs. C. DANIELSON returned from their visit in northern Illinois.
Arthur LANE came in from Little Sioux, Iowa, to attend college.
Mrs. Lizzie ANDERSON and baby Harrold ANDERSON her grandson, took train for
their home at St. Louis, ending a lengthy visit at H. N. SNIVELY's. Mrs.
SNIVELY is Mrs. ANDERSON's sister.
Mrs. Alice ? COBB and Mrs. W. W. BLAIR started for the Woodbine Reunion.
Miss BRACKENBURY returned to her home at Independence, Missouri.
Ma?nal MERRITT and David THOMAS returned from Mt. Ayr, where they had been
holding ? in the News office.
John HARP returned from Grand River.
Mrs. Eugene DANCER returned t her home at Beecher, Illinois.
J. W. WIGHT took train for the Woodbine Reunion, whence in a week he will
return to his mission in Utah.
Dan ANDERSON and wife and Lorza? SCOTT started for the Omaha Exposition
whence they will also go to the Woodbine Reunion.
Joseph LAFRANCE started for Mt. Moriah, Missouri, for a month's work at his
W. E. MYERS came down from Leon.
Willard GAYLORD went to Blythedale, Missouri.
Mrs. Melvina KIRK, a niece of W. H. BLAIR, arrived from Ohio, Illinois to
President SMITH started for the Woodbine Reunion.
Bird COOK returned from Davis City.
Loyd NEWCOMB returned to Corning, Iowa.
C. BRADFIELD went to St. Joseph, Missouri, to visit a few days.
Charles HARRIS went to Staadley? Indian Territory to work in the employ of
W. H. DANCER returned from Omaha.
W. E. MYERS returned to Leon.
Copied by Stacey McDowell Dietiker
April 15, 2004
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