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Daughters of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Waight and son Fred
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield-Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: January 10, 2003 at 15:32:58
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Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa
Thursday, October l8, l900

MRS. JESSIE BLEDSOE, of High Point has been spending the past week in Chariton with her parents, MR. and MRS. W.C. WALKER. -- Chariton Democrat.

W.W. WARNER and JAMES HURST went to Iowa City Tuesday to witness the big football game between the State University and Drake College elevens.

MISS EUGENIA BEDIER was in Leon yesterday on her way to Harris, Ia., where she takes a position as pharmacist in a drug store. She is now a registered pharmacist under the State laws.

MRS. SAM RUSH and daughter, GRACIA, returned to their home in Burlington last Thursday, after a pleasant visit with her parents, south of town. Her mother, MRS. SARAH EATON, accompanied her home for a few days' visit.

MRS. J. WARING, of Denver, Colo., arrived Thursday and is visiting at the home of J.W. KEELER south of town. MRS. WARING was for many years a resident of this city and has many friends here who are pleased to see her.

W.H. BOBBITT and wife came down from Winterset Monday and visited until yesterday with friends in this city. They returned home yesterday accompanied by MR. BOBBITT's mother, who will make an extended visit in Winterset.

MRS. BEATRICE BOWEN, of Conway, MRS. W.A. FERRIN and MRS. W.I. FRITZ, of Clearfield, came Saturday to visit their parents, DR. and MRS. W.F. WAIGHT, and attend the wedding of their brother, FRED WAIGHT, which occurred last evening.

MR. and MRS. HENRY LEHRMAN, of Hastings, Neb., were visiting the families of CAPT. E.H. and E.O. ALEXANDER Tuesday, going to Blockley Wednesday to visit MRS. LEHRMAN's sister, MRS. PETER CRUICKSHANK, whom she had not seen for more than twenty years.

MRS. JENNY PERRY and MRS. ELLA GITTINGER and children, returned Tuesday to their homes at Elgin, Neb., after visiting a month at the home of their parents, MR. and MRS. FROST and with other relatives in this county.

W.J. SULLIVAN enjoyed a visit the past week from his brother, C.H. SULLIVAN, of Flora, Ill., who attended the reunion of the 3d Iowa Cavalry at Corydon last week. It was the first time he had met his old comrades since l865, when the regiment was mustered out. He was a member of Co. M, the same company W.J. was in.
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Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
"With permission from the Leon Journal Reporter"
January l0, 2003



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