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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, June 22, 1908.
Page,?. 2- Hews of the Neighborhood MILTON. Milton, Ind., June 2. -(Spl, Oscar Hoffman, "Joe and Marie Snyder, took their first communion at St. Eliza beth's Catholic church, Cambridge City, last Sunday. , Mrs. Mark Beeson Is ill. Leslie Evans was a recent visitor to New Castle. . . , Miss Viola Ewers, who has been teaching kindergarten at Mishawaka, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas., Davis and son, OHn, and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram J21well are at Franklin. JJr. Gentle . Is visiting bis mother at South port. r"Tohn Baker and son Horace, of In dilbapoll8, were recent visitors at Ja. Baker's Jtov. . Charles O. Doolittle baptised. Emerson Booth and wife In White vater ' river Thursday morning. Mr. Doolittle announces that he will organ ize a "Church of God" here In Octo ber. Mr. Booth's father was a min ister in that church. Mrs. Mary Ogle and Mrs. Bertha IIHdebrandt and Boren Shields, of In-" al&napolis, who have been at Jerome Vernon's, returned home Wednesday. Mrs.- Amanda Wagner has been not so well. Mrs. Maltland and children of Ham ilton, O., are at John Balls. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Morris enter tained at six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening for Mrs. Sarah -Gordon of Kew Castle. 8he other guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones and Mrs.. Alice H. Gresh. Walter and Ruth Hubbard, of In 4nanapoHs are at their grandfather's, Elijah Hurst's. L. H. Warren has returned from "Warsaw. Louis Bragg Johnson of Indianapo lis, is at Wm. Bragg's. Matthew Mubbel is making exten sive Improvements on his home on West Walnut stret ' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fulghum, and granddaughter, Emma. Louise Fetta, of Richmond, were at the Misses Rob ert's this week. Work is progressing finely. on Lewis F. Lantz's home. ' Levin H. Warren will move hl3 house farther back on the lot and make numerous improvements. ' The meetings at the Friends' church will probably close Friday night. Rev. G. Jensen of Shelbyville, was with Milton friends over Tuesday night, .while enroute from Richmond. Ed P. Jones is at Crooked Lake on a short .fishing Jaunt. ' John Wellenkamp of Richmond was Miss Murley'a guest Wednesday even ing. CAMPBELLSTOWN, OHIO. Campbellstown, Ohio, June 21, (Spl.) Mr. F. C. Miller and wife and two children, Carl and Dorothy, spent Sunday ;rcjth Joe Stover and family of near EaC6n, O. Earl Brandenburg and wife, C. T. Wolford of near Progress, Homer Hart and family, spent Sunday with R. E. Brandenburg and family. Miss Josle Aydelotte of Eaton spent part of this week with friends and rel atives of this placo. Several, from here attended the com mencement at Concord last Saturday evening. Mr. Fulton .is very Jo wat this time. Rev. Walk and wife of Muncie, Ind., spent last Sunday with Marcus Mc Whinney and wife. The social that was announce! fr Saturday night has been postponed. Several from here attended the dec oration at New Paris, Ohio, last Sun day, afternoon. Mr. Earl Winner of Lebanon, Ohio, spent "a couple of days with his uncle, J. M.Cooper and family. ; Mrs.' Charles Deem of near Eaton spent last .Friday, with her parents, D. w. Cooper. ; Sam Brandenburg of Franklin, O., spent a few days with his parents, "Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brandenburg. ; The Common school commencement will be held at the high school build ing Friday evening, June 22. The list of graduates fallow: Hazle Watts, Leona Shaw, Grace McWhinner, Lau ra Oler, Cassle Treffering, Harvey Parker, Glen Nearen, Lawrence Bow ers, Clarence Thompson. ; Mlas Annie Arlsmlth is spending a few days with Miss Irene I limine 1 of Eldorado. Several from here attended the com mencement of the Business College at Richmond Saturday ovenicg. Joo Ijoan and family spent Sunday with Walker Campbell and wife. Several attended the ball same .at Richmond Sunday afternoon. Children's Day was well' observed Sunday evening, and a pood program was rendered by the children. Remember the basket meetirp ot this place in the leafy srrove July 4. k Everybody invited to be present with a loaded basket. If the day Is bad, it will be held in the church and ilnnor served in the basement. WEST GROVE. West Grove. Ind June 21 (Spl.) ."he Rev. Aaron NaplertCenter vill, preached here last Sunday. af ternoon at half past two o'clock and at College Corner northwest of this place both morning and evening. Mr. Napier was entertained by William Crook and family white at College Corner. " , Mr. and Mrs. Almond Osborne and Miss Emma Osborne of West Grove left Thursday morning for Fayette ville, 'Arkansas, to visit Mrs. Os borno'B sister, who Is very sick and not expected to recover. Mrs. Betsey Maudlin of Centervllle n making an extended visit with Mrs. Freeman Smith 1 who is a life long acquaintance. The strawberry season is about ver here. There hai been a ' good ?rop. CENTERVILLE. Centervllle, Ind., June 21. (Spl.) 1 Mrs. B. F. Ferry and her daughter, Ada, returned today rrom a visit to Mrs. Terry's parents, Mr. and Mrs U. S. Alden at Mllrorc Center, O. Mrs. Terry, was accompanied home by her sister, Miss Pansy Alden, who will spend some time in Centervllle Ruth McFall of In:anapolis is mak ing an extended visit to her grand mother, Mrs. Jason Roberts. Mrs. Frank Nugent and her mother Mrs. -ane Overman or Maple alley were guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Horace Commons at Richmond on Wednes day. , Miss Dora Snyder of Richmond spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cornelius. On her mother's side Miss Snyder is a relative of Abraham Lincoln. Mrs. Sarah Gentry and Mrs. O. M. Hurst left today to visit Mrp. Gen try's daughter, Mrs. Blanche Cook, at Indianapolis. Mrs. Ida Jones and her daughter, Miss 'lva, and Clarence Westfall of Aurora, M?soouri. were entertained at Bupper on AVednescay by Mr. and Mrs. William Darnell. Miss Laura Bertsch will leave on tomorrow for a visit of several weekr with relatives and "friends at Xenia and Wilmington, Ohio. Lindsey Appleton has a badly sprained ankle caused xy a horse be coming frightened and trampling 'if. on it. Mrs. Helen K. Louck, Charles Klnp. Sr.; and Master Henry King, .all Indianapolis came on today to be tlif guests for a week of Mrs. Em UN King Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders spent Sunday with Eugene C. Spltler and family at Losantsvllle. Miss Lela Culbertson spent Wed nesday with. Mrs. Ida Kellam soutv of Centervllle. Mrs. Emily Anderson and her soi: Harry Anderson visited Joseph Clev enger and family at Doddridge or Thursday. Mrs. W. S. Commons, Mrs. E. I, Culbertson and her daughter, Eliza beth, and her niece, Opal Duke, oi Williamsburg, Mrs. Anna Unthank Miss Mary Clark and Miss Kate Aus tin, attended the Art Exhibition at Richmond this week. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City., June 21. (Spl.) Will Harvey left yesterday morning for his new home in Zlegler, Illinois. Miss Helen Garvin left for Muncie last night, where she will visit friends for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ilolllng of Shre veport. La., were the guests of Miss Retta Doll, yesterday. Will Harrison and daughter Nina were the guests of friends in New Castle yesterday. The Rebekah Aid Society's meeting which was to have been held at Mrs. Mart Bowmaster's Tiome, Thursday afternoon, was postponed until next Thursday on account of the death of Mrs. John Patton. Mrs. Amanda Mauk and daughter Lillie of Muncie, were visiting friends in this city yesterday. Mrs.1 Geo. Martz was the guest of friends in New Castte, Thursday. Mrs. Geo. Butler will return to her home in Columbus, O., Saturday morning, after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kepler, north of this city. A ten pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lew ngails Thursday afternoon. Lew has a smile on his face that won't come off. Mrs. Margaret Patton of Indianapo lis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wes ley Cornell this week. Dr. J. R. Mauk was the guest of friends In New Paris, O., yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brown of New Castle spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S. Cates. Silas Hinson of RTclimond visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hin son, Monday. , The Odd Fellows from here attend ed decoration at Greenfield Sunday. The Ladles Aid Society will meet at Mrs. Mary Maudlins Thursday. Sunday evening, June 24th will be Children's Day here. Mrs. Kete Boroughs and Mrs. Lot tl Scatcs spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Savage near Richmond. HAGERSTOWN. The Palladium's new story, "The Wings of the Morning," by Louis Tracy, will begin in next Sunday's Issue. Don't miss the first Installment. :raJJ&diura-Wani Ada Pay. J..0CUSTHJLL. Loeust HH1. Ind. Jane 21. (Spl) . Mr. and Mrs. WilUata Hep wood and daughter, Hilda spent last Sunday af ternoon with Mr. ans Mrs. Walter Cook. Mrs. Frank Buhl and daughter, Miss Bessie viplted at Richmond on Tuesday. Mr. ard Mrs. John McCowan of Centervllle were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Luclnda Hort and family. Mrr. Walter Cook and two daugh ters were guests last Sunday of Mrs. John Jackson. Omar McConaha nas had a new porch completed wltn a cement floor. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Bell and family spent Wednesday at Center vllle the guests of Mrs. Bell's mother Mrs. Samuel Fox. SENECA KEEFER IS DEAD Ont cf the Pioneer Residents of Cam bridge City, Passed Away Wed. nesday Midnight. Cambridge City, Ind.. June 2. (Spl.) Seneca Keefer, 'aged 81 years, died at his home in East Cambridge Wednesday night at 11:30 o'clock, of dropsy. He was the father of many children, all of whom are married. He was one of the pioneers of Cambridge City, having lived here all of his life. Funeral services will be held at the home at 1 o 'clock Saturday after noon. The interment wiljjbe in Riv erside cemetery, i Hagerstown, lad., June 21. (Spl.) Mrs. Wilson of Splceland has been the guest of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wikoff. , Mrs. R. A. Hicks is the guest of friends in Indianapolis this week. J g will Abbott was In Cambridge on i' business. Ben Hlndman made a business trip to Cambridge Wednesday. MHton Franklin Is again able to attend to business after a few days sickness. The catalogue for the Wayne Co. Fair to be held at Hagerstown in the latter part of July have been issued. Mr, Rankin has returned to his home after a short visit with Frank Hawkins. Fred Murray Is home from Marion where he has been attending state Sunday school convention. Harry Lontz and Malcomb of Rich mond have been visiting friends here. Chas. Routh of Cambridge City was 'aere on business Wednesday. The Insurance firm of Teeter and Hunter has sold its business to Ed. Vlason who will hereafter attend to he business. Mrs. Jess Carr of San Jose, Cal., .nd Mr. Martin Rankin of Denver, Zq., are here the guests of Mr. Frank Tawklns. Gave a Parcel Shower. Hagerstown, Ind., June 21. (Spl) Miss Hazel Dennis gave a parcel ,-hower Tuesday afternoon at- her home, four miles north of Hagers ,own, in honor of Miss Delia Dennis. The rooms were beautifully decorated vith fgerns and roses. A Large num er of guests were present and the )fternpon was made memorable, so lally, in the many delightful features 'ltrodueed for their pleasure, A three ourse luncheon was served. WEBSTER. Kebster, Ind., Juae 21. (Spl.) Miss bbie Marshall who has been at Rich mond for some time Is her.e. Rev. and Mrs. Powell of Portland ttended Friends church here last abbath morning. He addressed the udience. They also attended the M. 1. church in the afternoon and ho oc 'ipied the pulpit. Walter Painter, who with his wife 3 visjting Jehiel Bond's, is quite sick. Married Near Liberty. Milton, Jnd., June 21. (Spl.) 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