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M. B. Colegrove and son Jay ~ Lucas County, Iowa
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: September 12, 2005 at 03:49:02
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The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, June 10, 1909

The Week Has Witnessed Many Changes in the Town and Country:

The annual memorial exercises of Manchester Camp No. 140 Woodmen of the
World and the Woodmen Circle will be held next Sunday, June 20th, at 2:30 p
m. at the Chariton Cemetery. Rev. Dr. Schleh of Omaha will deliver the
memorial address, and a good memorial program has been arranged. Everyone
is invited to attend.

* * * * *

CLEM GITTINGER came up from Oklahoma, this week, to spend a few days with
relatives, and from here goes to Champaign, Ill., where he will attend
summer school at the University of Illinois and in the fall enter upon a
course of civil engineering. He went to Oklahoma several years since and
after graduating at Norman took the superintendency of the public schools in
one of the new towns, but has decided to forego the pleasures of a pedagogic

* * * * *

MRS. W.W. WHITFIELD departed Sunday night for Beaver Falls, Penn., being
called by the serious illness of her mother. She was accompanied by her son
HAROLD, and daughter, MARION, and the length of their stay will depend upon
the condition of her mother, but they will probably spend the greater part
of the summer at that place.

* * * * *

M.B. COLGROVE was up from Washington Township, Friday and informed the
Leader that his son, JAY COLEGROVE, who had been teaching in the schools at
Great Falls, Mont., for the past had decided to return to Iowa, and has
secured a position in the public schools at Cedar Rapids. MR. COLEGROVE is
a good educator and is moving forward in his profession. He will visit the
old home during the summer.
Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
September 10, 2005

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