Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa Thursday, November 22, l900
MRS. SHOEMAKER and sons visited in the country Sunday with the family of GEORGE SHOEMAKER.
E.S. GRIMES & Son have dissolved partnership in the harness shop, and O.E. GRIMES will put in a shop at Gilman, Mo., and will move his family to that place next week.
The infant child of TOM PENNISTON and wife was buried last Tuesday in the Davis City Cemetery, funeral services being conducted at the home by Rev. Mozier.The family have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement.
O.E. GRIMES and wife returned from Bethany Sunday.
The United Brethren are holding protracted meetings in the Union Church this week.
MESDAMES ASBACH and ROGERS left for a visit with their brother in Kansas last Tuesday.
REV. SAMSON, of Van Wert, held services in the new M.E. Church Sunday.
The Union Church has undergone thorough repairing, and new stoves and organ added, and is now one of the best church buildings in the county.
MRS. S.R. FRAZIER, of Des Moines, is visiting relatives and old friends here this week.
MRS. ALICE DAVIS, of Humeston, is visiting her parents, R.J. HARMON and wife.
JOHN VAN WINKLE, wife and baby, of Akron, Mo., visited his parents here Sunday.
EDD VAN BEEK, of Ottumwa, came in for a visit with home folks Monday.
MR. ROSS, of Elk Creek, visited his niece, MRS. MARY CUMMINGS the past week, and also attended the meetings now in progress.He runs the Adams Gallery one day each week.
MRS. MAGGIE BROWN and son, NEAL, were callers on Davis City relatives last Saturday.
MRS. INEZ ADAMS, of near Tuskeego, was a caller in Davis City last Saturday.
C. FOSTER and MISS BLANCH CORNETT were married Saturday eveing at the residence of JARED EMMONS.This young couple are too well and favorably known to need any introduction to our readers and all join in wishing them a bright and happy future.
GRANDMA WOOD, an old and highly respected citizen of New Buda Township, died rather suddenly Saturday.Will try to give an obituary next week.
In last week's items, we should have stated that ARTHUR CUMMINGS had gone to housekeeping instead of BERT CUMMINGS.No, girls, BERT is still on the market, and so wants it distinctly understood so!