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The Leon reporter. (Leon, Iowa) 1887-1930, June 24, 1920, Image 6

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I PURELY PERSONAL
was a visitor at Davis
J. A. Frazier
City Tuesday.
Carl Lane left Tuesday on a
iness trip to Knoxville.
12. Dobson, ofm Davis City, had bus
iness in Leon Monday.
Cecil Daniels, of Davis Citv.
a business visitor in this city
Thursday.
bus-
A. L. Aekerle" made a business
•trip to Uenterville Monday.
Mrs. F. IL. I'dd was a visitor at
Lamoni last Friday evening.
Mrs. Eva Polish, of Davis City, was
visiting in this city Monday.
Fletcher Honn, of near Blookley,
-was a visitor in Leon Monday.
J. T. Robertson made a business
trip to Des Moines last Friday.
A.JVI. Caster went to Des Moines
-'Monaay on a sliort business trip.
Bruce Johnson made a business
trip to Bethany, Mo., Saturday.
Miss Ituth Barlean, of near Block
ley, was visiting in Leon Monday.
Mrs. Mary Osborn. of Davis City,
•was visiting in this city .Monday.
Robert Pace went to Bethany, Mo.,
Monday noon for a few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Woriev visited
friends at Alt. Ayr Monday evening.
J. N. Estes, of Pleasanton, was a
business visitor in this city Monday.
Miss Ona Willis, of Pleasanton,
was visiting in Leon last Saturday.
Elmer Akers departed Monday
r.oon -on a business trip to St. Joe,
Mo.
J. 11. Parsons, of Pleasanton, was
a business vistor in Leon last Satur
day.
Wm. Hewlett, of near (Jrand River,
•was a business visitor in Leon .Mon
day.
Mrs. R. L. Tat man. of Garden
Grove, was a visitor in Leon Tues
day.
William Hewlett, of tlranrl Rive'-,
was a business visitor in Leon .Mon
day.
Frank Cox. of near Davits City,
was a business vistor in Leon Fri
day.
Mrs. V. B. Irving, of Garden
Grove, was a visitor in this city Fri
day. 'returned
B. D. Fleet, the Lamoni merchant. I few days
•was a business visitor in t.eon Satur
day.
Wayne Webster, of Garden Grove,
had business in this city last Satur-i day*
day.
Harold Wright went to Des
Moines Friday afternoon for a short
Visit.
Dr. Alary Gates was called to
Lamoni Monday on professional
business.
Misses Merle and Ada Crees of
Decatur, were visitors in this city
Monday.
Archie Pickering, of Decatur,
was visiting with friends in this city
Monday.
C. E. Little, of near Pleasanton,
was a business visitor in this city
Tuesday.
H. L. Foland, of near Grand River,
was a business visitor in Leon last
Saturday.
F. O. Zimmerman, of near Davis
City, had business in tins city last
"Saturday.
Joseph Johnson, of Garden Grove,
was a business visitor in Leon last
Saturday.
J. B. King, of near Decatur, was a
Easiness visitor ii^ this city' last
Saturday.
Ned Miller, of Terre Haute, made
a business trip to Bethany, A[o., last
Saturday.
Sam Hamilton returned Tuesday
noon from a business trip to
Ottumwa.
J. H. Alldredge left Saturday on a
business trip to point.? in northern
Missouri.
was
last'
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hall, of Cains
ville, Mo., weie visitors in Leon last
Thursday.
Mrs. Henry Minor, of Lamoni, was
visiting with" friends in this city iast
Thursday.
Mrs. Flora B. Lanev, of Davis
City, was a visitor in this city last
'Thursday.
Jolin Frazier went to Davis Citv
Thursday for a few days visit with
relatives.
Mrs. C. L. Vandel. of Davis C'ty,
was a visitor in this city Monday
afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Evans returned
Saturday from a visit with friends in
Des Moines.
Mrs. Katharine Hamilton, of Rus-j Farnhamvilie, Iowa,' came
sell, Iowa, was visiting in this city
last Saturday.
John Zimmerman, of near Davis
City,_was a business visitor in Leon was in
on li^r
last Saturday.
J. A. Alclntoeli and son Marion
were visiting with relatives at Davis
Citv Tuesdav.
France Hamilton, of Davis City,
was a business visitor in this city
last Saturday.
Miss Eula Johnson went to Saline,
M«„ Saturday to visit a few days
wi^h relatives.
Miss Ruth Johnson returned Satur
day from a week's visit with relatives
at'Saline, Alo
Donald AlcGinnis returned Thurs
day evening 'from a visit with
friends at Osceola.
Mr. and Airs. Fred A. Townsond
•were over Sunday visitors with
friends in Des Aloines.
Lawrence Baker returned ATondav
evening from an over Sunday visit
wi*h friends at Osceola.
Johnnie Harris returned Fridav
evening from a
few
days visit with
relatives at Grand River.
Mr. and Airs. O. I.. Rnmlev went I
to Saline. Mo.. Saturday for an over
Sunday visit with friends.
Mr."and ATrs. Joseph Willis went
"lo Lamoni Thursday evening for a
fe"tf»davs visit with friends.
Mrs." A. L. Curry returned Thurs
day evening from a few days visit
with friends in Des Aloines.
Cant, and Airs. J. D. Brown went
t-» Ottnmw? Alondav to attend the
Stf*o CI A. R. pneomnmer*.
Mrs. Frank Bennett and daughter.
Miss Afp»-v. of Oav'* Citv were visit
ors in Leon last Saturday.
Ralph Stanford went to Kovle
Mondav evening for a few days visit
with friends in that vicinty.
Misses Genevieve Gunsoilev
Grace Lovell. of Lamoni. were visit
ors in this city last Friday.
Allen At^rklfv went to Center
ville Monday for a visit at the home
of his uncle. Elmore Afarkley.
Miss Harriett Swrme, of Garden
.Grove, came Friday for a few-days
visit with relatives in this city.
Howard Willis, of PTgasajiton, was
in Leon Saturday, being on his way
to Blancharfl, Iowa, for a visit.
Mrs. Paralee Aloore returned
Thursday evening from a visit with
relatives and friends at Decatur.
R. D. Wiley, of Lamoni, was in
Leon Monday, closing up the sale of
the Leon Laundry to F. H. Udd.
Mrs. Roy Biddison and baby re
turned Tuesday from a few days
visit with relatives at Humeston.
Fred Muse went to Ottumwa last
Saturday to visit a few days with
relatives and friends in that city.
Mrs. O. B. Creal returned to her
home at Decatur Thursday after a
short visit with friends in this city.
Airs. John Sell went to Davis City
Thursday for a short visit with her
parents, Air. and Airs. Jacob Martin.
Aliss Sarah Van pelt went to Del ray
Tuesday for a few ri-\vs visit at the
home of her sister, Airs. Bea Painter.
Charles Johnson and Harry Bol
linger, of near Pleasanton, were bus
iness visitors in this city last Thurs
day.
Miss Elma A[cKee, of Van Wert,
was visiting in Leon .Monday, being
on her way to Lamoni for "a short
visit.
A. AI. Caster went to Osceola
Thursday after his car which he left
there a few days before on account of
rain.
J. O. Aloon went to Lamoni Fri
day evening to visit a few davs with
his son and old me friends'at that
place.
•Mrs. Clara Phillips returned Satur
day from Helena, Mo., where she had
been called by the illness oj' her
mother.
Air. and Airs. Henry Turpc-n, of
Davis City, returned home Saturday
evening after a visi
this city.
with relatives "in«fs,iruia^
Aliss A!av Kindred, of Saline. Mo.,
came Friday to visit a few days at
IheTiOnie of,Airs. Anna Billington in
this city.
Aliss Helen Connor, of numeston.
I was in Leon Saturday on her way to
Decatur for a few days visit with
relatives.
Dr. and Airs. ,T. \V. Rowell motor
jed to Des .Moines Sund for a few
idays visit with his sister," Airs. Helen
I Wharton.
Airs. R. O. Jones, of east of Leon,
Saturday evening from a
visit with relatives at
Greenfield.
E. E. Bell and family motored to
Shenandoah Tuesday to visit a few
at the home of his sister, Mrs.
.0. S. Long.
Mrs. C,. W. Alnfharger and Airs.
George Stearns, of Garden Grove,
were visiting with friends in Leon
last Friday.
Wallace Officer left Fridav noon
for Caldwe^. Kansas, where he will
spend the summer working in the
harvest fields.
L. A. Mjfchell. of Weldon, was
visiting at the home of his brother
in-law. AI. F. Grimes, in this city
last Saturday.
Fred Pitman departed .Monday
afternoon for Harvard, Nebraska,
where he wll work in the wheat
harvest fields.
Martin Biddison went to Cains
ville, AIo.. Saturday to visit a few
days at the home of his sister, Airs.
Lowell Glaze.
Air. and Airs. Kim Hickman return
ed Monday noon from a visit at the
home of their son, John T. Hickman
near Humeston.
Marion Woodard left Monday
afternoon for Vnnkton, S. D., to visit
at the home of his daughter. Airs.
Hovle Oilreatli.
Lloyd and Owe if Bukelev. of Van
Wert, were in Leon Mondav mi the!"
way home from an over Sunday visit
at Garden Grove.
J. H. Alldredge returned Thurs
day from Ridgeway, Afo., where he
refereed a bier wrestling match the
previous evening.
Mrs. Goldie Aloon, of Winte*"sel.
came Saturday for visit at the
home of her s'ster, Mrs. Kay Den
nett. in this city.
.Mrs. C. A. Brown r^+urned Satur
day evening from Kellerton, where
she had been visiting her sons, H. S.
and Rav D. Brown.
Airs. George Wright, of Norwalk,
came Saturdav for f*w dav« vi«=!t
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. "Guv L.
Stark in this city.
Harold Wrieht departed Alonday
noon for Caldwell. Kansas, where
he will work for the next few weeks
in the wheat, fields.
Israel Smith o"F Ind'-'oendp""*^
Mo
ing in I.eon .Monday, being
war to Dps Moires.
Air. and Airs. O. E. Bassett
relatives at Tingley.
F. S Moss, of Rethanv. ATo..
visiting in th's city last "Friday
'ng on his way to Cainsville,
for a few days visit,
Miss Hazel Brown returned Satur-ishe had been visiting with Air. and
dav from Olathe. Kansas, where she
had been visiting.
of
last
Aliss Esther Osborn returned
Thursday evening from Des Aloines,
where she had been visiting for a
few days with friends.
Airs. J. C. Duff and daughter, Mrs.
Vada LaFollette left Saturday for a
I visit with her son. A. E. Duff, at
Fall City. Nebraska.
Airs. John Holden returned from
Des Moines Monday evening where
Airs. Charles Hilliker.
Airs. J. F. Hewson went to Davis
City Friday evening to visit a few
days at the home of her daughter,
Airs. Charles McLain.
Air. and Airs. F. S. Stewart and
little son Jack, motored t(S Winter
set Saturday evening and visited over
Sunday with relatives.
Miss Sylvia Vandel, of Pleasanton,
was a visitor in this citv last Satur
day, being accompanied bv her
neice. Miss Nita Vandel.
Airs. Charles Alallette, of Garden
Grove, came Tuesday for a few days
visit at the home of her son, Frank
G. Alallette, in this citv.
Misses Ruth and Mary Crawlev. of
near Decatur, were in Leon last'Fri-s
day on their way to Cainsville, AIo.,
for a vteit. with relatives.
Aliss Lizzie Robbins went to Van
Wert MoHdav for a few davs visit
with her sisters. Airs. I. N. Edwards
and Mrs. Alattie Walker.
Mrs. Nancy John departed Tuesday
noon for Rocky Ford. Colorado"
where she expects to make her home
with her son, Frank John.
Mrs J. L. Morey. of Eckley,
olorado, came Mondav evening for
a few weeks visit with relatives and
old friends at Pleasanton.
Miss Sylvia Post returned to her
hotne at Davis Citv Priday evening
after a_ few days visit with relatives
and friends in this city.
Mrs. Perry Worden and little son
went to Lamoni Saturday evenine to
visit a few days at tlie home of her
sister,-Mrs. Clara Jenkins.
Wednesday for a visit with numerous their auto trip to the Yellowstone
relatives in this city. National Pari
Airs. AI. P. Potter, of Pipasan'ori, Dr. G. P.- Reed, Davis City,
passed through Leon Thursday on
Leon Alonday evenine being
wav home from a visit with
was
be
A1o„
THE LION &EPOKTHL .THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920
Airs. J." N. Estes returned to her
home at Pleasanton Monday evening
after a short visit at the home of her
son, ObcI Kstes. in this city.
Air. and Mrs. Frank Brvant and
Clarence Brown, of near Grand
River, were in j^eon Alonday, bring
ing in a crop of wool to sell.
Aliss Alargaret Aleek went to Chi
cago last Friday evening to spend a
few weeks with friends, having
previously resided in that city.'
Airs. S. A. Edwards returned to
her home at Pleasanton Alonday after
a visit in this city at the home of her
daughter, .Mrs. Leslie Grimes.
Ed H. Sharp was called to
Bethany, Mo, Thursday noon by news
that his mother, Mrs. S.. Sharp, who
is critically ill, was much worse.
Aliss ltutli Lathrop, stenographer
in AlcGinnis & McGinnis' law office,
went to her home at Alt. Ayr Friday
evening and visited over Sunday.
Airs. J. M. Longacre, of near
Crown, returned Monday from a
visit at the home of her son Ftfy
Longacre and wife, at Davenport.
Aliss Dorothy Shaw, of Des
.Moines, came Thursday for a visit
at the home of her grandparents,
Air. and Airs. A. Fulton, in this city.
Airs, Si darner and two children,
of Chicago, came last Thursday for a
sit a! the home of her brother-in
law, Rav Garner, of near this city.
Airs. "Will Gilbert and two chil
dren, of east of Leon, went to
Andover, Mo., Thursday for a few
days
visit Jit
city.
Airs. Jeanette Iliser, of Arkansas
City, Arkansas, arrived Thursday
afternoon for a visit at the home of
tier brother, Albert Stewart, in this
city.
Airs. R. A. Duvall and infant son,
of Des Aloines, came last Thursday
for a visit at. the home of her grand
parents. Air. and Mrs. J. Merrill,
in this city.
Air. and Airs.
Davis City Celebrates, July 5tn
the home of her sister.
Milan Sanger, who is working as
a brick mason at Clarinda, returned
to that, place .Monday after an over
visit witl1
bis family in this
E. A. Adams returned to her
at Davis City Thursday after,
days visit at the home'ef her
Airs. J. A. AJcIntosh returned
Aliss 1-limenu Hoffman
moni Friday noon to conduct a class
in "Cilizenshii)," consisting of a
large number of the ladies of that
town.
C. AI. Akes of this city and Boyd
Aletier, of Weldon, left Tuesday on a
business trin to .Minnesota, expecting
to drive through from Des Moines in
a car.
Airs. J. F. Hines, of Grand River,
came Saturday evening to visit a few
days at the home of her sister. Airs.
F.'L. Jenks and other relatives in
this city.
ATrs. Amy Truesdcll, who had been
visitng at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Airs. J. Hoffines, in this city,
returned Saiurdav to her home in
Chicago.
Davis Barren, who had been here
for a couple of weeks visiting with
relatives and old friends, departed
Tuesday for his home at Wray,
Colorado.
Miss Anna Cain returned to her
home at Ridgeway, AIo., Thursday
after a vis at the home of h-T'tes
ter, Airs. Charles A. Biddison.
Airs. Charles Coffin and son
Ernest, went to Davis City Satur
day and visited over Sunday at the
home of her sister. Airs. A. I.
Henderson.
Airs. 12. A. Adams returned to her a time at the home of his aunt, Airs.
heme at Davis City Thursday after, A»»1 Mitchell at Seymour.
la few days visit at the home'ef her Miss Julia Alullin. of northeast of
faster, Airs. C. E. Chastain in this I eon, 'departed 'last Thursday for
city. Washington. D. C., where she will
Airs. C. E. Chastain in thi
!'rom
Des Moines Saturday noon where she ter. Aliss Nellie, who has a goyeni
lliad been attending the biennial meiit position in that city.
club convention for a few
womens
days.
near Leon.
Air. arid Mrs. .Frank Noftsgej1, of.. California.
near Lamoni, were in Leon Alonday Mr. and Airs. T. B. Baugllmari, of
on their way to Cresttn, where Airs. 'What Cheer, Iowa, and their daugh
Noftsger will enter a hospital for an iter-in-law, Mrs. M. -Baughman, of
operation.
Roy
Jennings, of
St.. Joe. Mo., were over Sunday visit
ors at the home of George Cover
dell and other relatives and friends
in this city.
F. A. Alorris, of Scottshluff, Neb.,
who had been visiting with relatives
at Pleasanton, was in Leon Thursday
on his way to Bethany, Mo., for a
short visit.
Aliss Muriel Butler, of FontaneHe,
who. is visiting1*at the home of her
uncle A. E. Swim, in this city went to
formerly of Lamoni, was visit- Weldon .Monday for a few days visit
on his1 with friends.
Herbert Roos. of Waukegan.
inois. arrived Thursday noon to join
Mrs. J. C. Atz and children.
Osceola, returned home
after visiMne
hieing on his way to Cainsville, Mo
tending the general conference
Ill-
Ralph Stewart and Prof. Selbv on
his way to Iowa City, taking a little
I patient there for treatment at the
State hospital.
I W. F. Ghnrmlev, of Des
came Alonday evening and
couple of days in ths city
after business matters and
with relatives.
ATon.es.
sne^t a
looking
visiting
Airs. Lawrence St. Clair and Aliss
Fern St. Clair, of Webb Citv, At ).,
were visi'ing in Leon Monday, being
oil their way to Cainsville, Mo., for
a visit with relatives.
Aliss Clara Maxwell, of Davis Citv.
was in Leon Monday on
Mrs. Alary Roberts, who spent the,|
past winter at Kellerton
in Leon Thursday, being on her
to Decatur for a visit at the home of
her brother. John Ross.
TWcHnv 10llhar
of I
since Saturdav
home of her oarent? Dr and is reported to he gettine along in fine
W. F. Waight in this city. return hnmJhifor^fnns
G. W. Maxwell, who has been 1 home before long.
traveling extensively for several!
years, was visiting in Leon Saturday, I Xf1!' *nd ?frs!- £•,
Cf,
the Church of the Brethren.
A. T. Ross, of near Pleasanton,
was visiting at the home of his
father. Jacob Ross, in ths rity last
Saturday and attending to some
business matters in this cty.
W. C. Bowman, who was here
from Galveston, Texas, on a visit to
relatives, went to Mt. Ayr Monday
evening and visited over night be
fore returning to Galveston.
F. A. Garber, ?f northeast of Leon,
returned Thursday from Sedalia.
Mo., where he had been for a week
attending the general conference of
the Church of the Brethren.
Jud Flora, of near Davis City, was
a business visitor in'Leon last Fri
day, and says he has in a big cron of
wheat this year and never had bet
ter prospects for a corn crop.
J. W. Benefiel returned to his
home at Fredonia, Kansas, last
Thursday, after a week's visit at the
home of his brother, S. E
and other relatives in 'this city.
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Wells, of
Mitchell, South Dakota, came last
Wednesday for a visit with relatives
pnl old friends in Decatur count#
where they resided for many years.
\V. C. Bowman, who had been here
for several weeks vvisiting with rel
atives, departed Tuesday for Gal
veston, Texas, where he will resume
his work as city salesman for Morris
& Co.
Ira Bullard, of Jet, Oklahoma, who
had been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. I-facker and other
relatives in this city, went to Davis
Ci!y Saturday for a visit with rel
atives.
Miss Esther Jones, of Casey, Iowa,
who had been visiting here with
her friend, Aliss Arlena Evans, went
to Van Wert Tuesday for a visit at
the home of her sister, Mrs. O. E.
Burkey.
.Mr. and Airs. Ray S. Stafford, of
Buiiington Junction, Mo., and Airs.
12. Eeclitel, of Manchester, Kansas,
arrived last Saturday for a visit with
relatives and friends in this city and
vii inity.
Airs. J. A. Alilligan returned to her
home at Davis City Friday evening,
having been here to visit her neice,
Aliss Vera Bates, of Garden Grove,
who is recovering fro in an operation
at the Leon hospital.
John Cornell, Horace Farquhar
and master William Aiken motored
lo Des Moines Sunday, William re
inaining there with his mother. Airs.
Frank Fam liar, who is recovering
from an auto accident.
Air. and Airs. !2d Fat-ip:liar motored
to Seymour last Thursday and
br:.ugh't William Aikc-n home witl)
Y.m. William had been visiting for
visit for several weeks with her sis-
Mrs. George Hampton, of Ottumwa.
was visiting in Leon Thursday being
went to La- on her wajj. home from Pleasanton.
where she was called by the death
•of lier mother, Airs. Dan Greenwood,
who passed away Sunday.
I Miss Melon Gammill, who has at
tended Drake University at Des
Moines the past year came Thursday
noon to spend the summer vacation
at the home of her parents, Air. and
Airs. AI. A. Gammill. in this city.
Air. and Mrs. \V. F. Randolph ar
rived in Leon Thursday evening, hav
ing been married at Bloomfield the
previous day, the bridn being Aliss
Ethel Tatman, of Milton, Iowa.
They will make their home in this
city.
Aliss Martha Hoffman returned
Thursday noon from a few days visit
with relatives in Des Moines. Her
sister, Aliss Margery, who graduated
last week from Drake University, re
turned home with hep to spend the
summer.
Miss Ollie Foxwortliy went to Des
Moines Alonday afternoon to visit a
few days with friends and attend the
wedding today of her classmate,
,of- Aliss Ethel Tullis, of Des Aloines, to
Air. W. W. Welch, of Los Angeles.
Delta. Iowa, came last Thursday for
a visit at the home of the former's
son. Will Baughman, of southeast
of this city.
ATrs. Jas. W. Hurst, of Des Aloines,
came Saturday and .visited over Sun
day with relatives and friends in this
city. She returned to Des Aloines
Alonday, accompanied by White and
Katharine, who had been here for a
few days visiting.
\V. Wiley, a cousin of John F.
Hacker of this city, who had been
visiting at Mr. Hacker's home for a
few days, departed Saturday for his
home at Topeka. KaiTfcas, wRere he
is employed in the bond department
at the sfate canitol.
Air. and Airs. Kim l^K-kman, ac
companied by their grjinddauglr.
Aliss Cov Wallace, of Kansas Citv.
AIo.. who had been here visting, went
to Humeston Saturday to visit a few
days at the home of their son, John
T. Hickman and family.
Misses Clarice and Alargaret Elder,
of Albany. A1o.,
came
mm
Friday for a
few days visit with their sister-in
law, Mrs. Morris Eider, in this city.
Morris, who is stationed at Bethanv.
Alo., came un on thn evenine: train
and visited here until the followinz
day.
"'oV C. L. Alexander and wife, of
Hastings. jVeb.. arrive^ Sa'i'rday
from Chicago, where they attended
the r^ubl'cnn national convention
lan'I v'sited th"ir d?"'rv,'er, for visit
'with bfs brothers. E. O. and W. A.
Alexander and sister, Airs.
GVe".
Mr-'. C. k\ Alitchc" and
Hime^n Ka*hr:u
Alma
Trind*Made.
Masses
Ho
Margaret,*Puth ar.d
Lulu Shields. Helen Ha^sell, Mav
Clemenson. Laura aid ^lan Nar
,man, Edna v^rmim. Alartha and
her way rMargery Hoffman nrrl Katharine
CmitU itr
home from Cainsville, Mo., where' Pmif^ vent to \frvdon .Mondav *o
sne had been visiting a couple of *he Standard Bearers Von
weelcs with relatives. 'vention
Frank Farf|llhar
turned Thurs-
a in in re
ay he was called the previous Saturday
by the auto accident in which Mrs.
Farquhar was injured. Mrs. Far-
who
's
at the
bome of Air. and
thi|Mr8, James Alexander in Des Aioires,
ani/ Mr®-
D®s
for^a visit with "relatives lifter a few days visit at the home of
A. L. Sears, of northeast of Leon, £ls P°«sin. Guy Stark, in this city,
returned Fridav from Sedalia AIo having made the trip in AJr. Barneys
where he had been for a week' at-! 5"to- ?.arne?' '*s
be aMe t0
Fred
Barney and
G-
Hanlev. of
Moines, returned home Saturday
after a feiv navs visit «t tho hnme nf
a
prominent
drug^ris* of Sioux City, and was a
,^i
0f
Charles
classmate in pharmacy
I Cherrinston of this city.
Mrs. J? N. Estes returned Satur
day from Des Mdines, where she had
been visitini a few days with her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Farquhar. who
is at the home of .Tas. B. Alexander
in that city recovering nicely from
injuries received in an auto accident.
Mrs. Estes visited in Leon until tho
evening train when she returned to
her bane at P'eisanton.
Mr. O. K. Robinson, of Lingo,
Wyoming, arrived in Leon last Fri
day expecting to visit his brother,
Dr. J. W. Robinson, but found Dr.
Robinsoa had been called to- Louis
ville, Kentucky, by the serious illness
of his daughter-in-law, Mrl? Zell
Robinsoa, so he left the same after
noon for Om*ha. Neb., expecting to
return bome from that city.
Benefiel: work on a big contract for the
Westinghouse, Church, Kerr Co., of
New \ork, returned to Leon Monday
noon and will visit here for a few
weeks before going to take charge of
another big contract for this firm
with whom he has been associated
for a number of years.
Come
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John E. Penniwell who has been at
Chicago Heights, Illinois, for the past
year, superintendenting construction
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Decatur Celebrates
Saturday, July 3rd
Music by Leon Band
Free Moving Pictures
Big Auto Parade with Prizes
Races of All Kinds
Something Doing All Day Long
We'llShowYouaGoodTime
Weldon Celebrates
MONDAY, JULY 5th
A good old fashioned Celebration
Plenty of Amusements
Good Music and Speaking
to Weldon
Good Time
Miss Sylvia Muse, of Los Angeles,
Calfornia, came Saturday for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Muse, of near Leon,
and with her friend," Mrs. Vina
Brewer, in this city. Miss Muse-,
was a former resident of Leon
but went to California several years
ago, where she has a responsible
position with a telephone company
at Los Angeles.
end Have a
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the trademark on the
outside is particularly im
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Rubber circle of the Still
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that the battery
have to be torn
for re-insulation.
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