The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa Thursday, May 11, 1905
The MISSES IVA BALDWIN, HARRIET STANLEY, HELEN VAN ARSDALE and ADDA MANNING, teachers in our public schools, visited the Russell schools yesterday.
MRS. LULU MEANS and MRS. MARTHA ROSE of Kansas City, Mo., who were called here by the serious illness of their mother, MRS. JAS. ALLISON, returned home yesterday.
MRS. M.S. CLARK entertains the Baptist Benevolent Society on Friday afternoon, May 12th, at which time the society from Cleveland will be the guests of their Chariton friends.
Friday evening, May 12th, is the day set for the annual roll call at the Christian Church. A reception will be held to which all members are urgently requested to be present.
Croquet set from 30 cts up at Fluke's.
J.E. LOCKWOOD returned Monday evening from Franklin, La., where he attended the wedding of MISS ROSE FOSTER. While on the way home he visited in Chicago and Burlington.
Next Sunday morning, May 14th, Rev. F.B. PALMER will preach the Baccalaureate sermon to the graduation class of the high school from the text "What is That in Thine Hand?"
BRICE WHITMORE, who recently returned from the south, departed for Portland, Oregon, last Sunday. He was accompanied as far as Denver, Col. by ORIN SMYTH, who will visit relatives there.
MISS GIBBS invites the ladies of Chariton to see and inspect her line of millinery. Hats at prices to please all.
MRS. ANNA GARDNER, DELL and FRED GARDNER, who accompanied the remains of the former's husband, FRANK GARDNER, to this city for burial, returned to their home in Chicago, Sunday.
MONROE TROXEL and daughter ONA of Warren Township, MR. and MRS. I.N. BOWEN and MR. and MRS. JOHN ANDERSON of this city, accompanied the remains of P.M. TROXEL to Fairfield last Saturday for interment.
There will be preaching at the Christian Church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by the Pastor, Rev. C.F. WARD. Bible School at 9:30. Endeavor at 7 o'clock. The services in the evening will be conducted by the children. A very entertaining program has been prepared to which all are invited.
Hammocks at all prices. Fluke's.
DR. JOHN GILLESPIE of Coin is spending the week near Chariton with his parents, MR. and MRS. J.A. GILLESPIE. He has just returned from Chicago where he had been for three months taking a post-graduate course in surgery. He expects to leave soon for San Francisco, Cal., where he will take another post-graduate course and then will probably locate in that State near Fresno. His many old Lucas friends will be glad to learn that he is prospering and steadily advancing in his profession.
CARD OF THANKS: The children of the late MRS. D.C. BOWEN desire to express their gratitude to the neighbors and friends for their kindly ministrations during her illness and death.