The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa Thursday, February 9, 1905
WM. PERRY is on the sick list.
SAM TICKLE was a Chariton visitor Tuesday.
W.B. BURGETT was in Chariton last Tuesday on business.
REV. BROWN spent Wednesday in Lacona visiting friends.
NOAH MOORE and family visited at the FOX home last week.
MR. SONES of Lacona visited his sister, MRS. CHAPPEL here last week.
S.M. EARLY came down from Des Moines to attend the BROWN-FOXAL wedding last Saturday.
EDD CLARK and wife of Chariton visited in this city, the guests of MRS. CLARK's parents, MR. and MRS. MAUK.
FANNY FOXAL closed her school last Friday night. A box supper was given and was enjoyed by the scholars, of which there was a large number present. MISS FOXAL has been very successful with her school and events of this kind tend to draw the public closer to her.
MISS ORA BOYLAN spent last week with Chariton friends.
W.F. POLLARD has been seriously ill with pneumonia for the past week.
MISS EMMA ALBERTSON who has been a guest at the NESSER home returned to Burlington last Tuesday.
RAY CALKINS who is a student in the C.C.C.C. of Des Moines is spending this week at his home near Derby.
BUY PENICK of Chariton spent Saturday and Sunday with his grandparents, MR. and MRS. FRANK PENICK of this place.
MISS MAY HARNED who is attending Simpson College spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week at her home in Derby.
MR. FRANK ELLIOT who had been a sufferer for several weeks from sorocis of the liver, died at his home in Derby last Saturday, February 4th. He was taken to the home of his father-in-law, MR. WILL HUNT of Bethany, Mo., and the funeral services were conducted there Monday. MR. ELLIOT was section foreman for a number of years in Derby and he will be sadly missed by his many friends. He leaves a wife and two children, RUTH aged five years and MELVERN aged 6 months. He also leaves an aged mother. His father died several years ago. The family has hosts of friends who extend their most sincere sympathy to the bereaved ones.