Garden Grove Express August 17, 1893 Garden Grove, Iowa
H. L. STROHL and family and Miss Lizzie SCHRINER Sundayed with W. J. LUCE and family.
T. B. DANIEL went to Des Moines as a delegate to the Republican state convention that met yesterday.
Thos. KONKLIN made a trip last week to King City and other Missouri points. He says crops are excellent there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. PARRISH of Des Moines, visited their uncle, J. O. PARRISH, and wife Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
S. H. LANG returned Saturday after an extended visit with friends in Wisconsin. He spent a couple of weeks at the World's Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. John WOLVERTON returned home last Wednesday from their extended visit in the west. They had a very enjoyable time.
Mrs. Mabel HORNER, of Davis City, visited with her friend, Miss Cora ARNOLD, the first of last week. They attended the Epworth League convention at Weldon as delegates.
Rev. A. KNOLL went to Indianola Tuesday to attend the marriage of his friend and schoolmate, J. P. MORLEY, of Humeston, to Miss Hattie BERRY, of Indianola, which takes place to day.
James BRAMBLE and son, of near Milan, Mo., came Saturday on a visit to his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. S. WHEELER and the editor. Mr. BRAMBLE is a prominent farmer in Sullivan county. He reports good crops there.
The committee for the depositors of the Decatur Co. Banking Association were here Monday to examine into the affairs of the Garden Grove Bank. The committee consisted of W. H. CLARK, J. R. BASHAW, and C. W. HOFFMAN, of Leon, and E. S. BUFFUM and S. METIER, of Garden Grove. They found everything in good shape.
Mr. KESHLER, of Davis City, was here Tuesday looking after his interests in connection with his candidacy for sheriff before the Democratic convention that meets next Saturday. Mr. KESHLER, or whoever else is nominated for sheriff wants to look "a leetle oud" for Cal HOFFMAN is under considerable obligations, so we have heard, to the BECK families on the west side, for assistance rendered him three years ago when he was running for county attorney.