The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, December 27, 1906
LUCAS LEDGER ITEMS:
WILL BOLTON went to Lafayette, Col., Tuesday, where he has employment.
The infant son of J.A. BASS and wife, died last Saturday morning of
pneumonia, and was buried on Sunday.
MISSES ALICE, KATHERINE and MARY SEDDEN, of Rutledge, came Monday evening to
visit their grandmother, MRS. BELLE SEDDEN.
A.R. WILLIAMS and family who have spent the past three months with relatives
in Union Township, left Tuesday for their home at Cody, Wyo.
JESSE SPENCER and CLYDE KNOTTS, who have been working in the machine shops
at Lincoln, Neb., came home today to spend the holidays with their parents.
MRS. JANE CRAWFORD, who has been visiting her sister, MRS. A. CHERRYHOLMES
of Derby, and aunt, MRS. MATILDA BEVARD of Union Township, left Sunday night
for her home at Beaver City, Neb.
MISS LOUIS ROBISON, who is taking a course in music at Des Moines, came home
today to spend the holidays with her parents, JNO. T. ROBISON and wife,
south of Lucas. She was accompanied home by her friend, MISS LEONA VAN O
REV. S.M. CLARK assisted by a number of members of the Baptist Church at
Goshen, held services at the home of Grandpa POLLARD in Union Township, last
Monday afternoon. MR. POLLARD has been in quite feeble health for some time
and unable to attend church, and the meeting was a very enjoyable one to him
JOHN A. EVANS received a telegram this morning from Coalfield, stating that
his father, JOHN E. EVANS, died early this morning after an illness of only
one week with lung trouble. The body will be brought to Lucas on No. 3,
Sunday, for burial The hour for the funeral has not yet been set. MR.
EVANS is a former resident of Lucas and this will be sad news for his
Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
November 17, 2004
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