The Independent Patriot
April 1, 1897
C. E. BLAIR returned yesterday from Leon.
D. F. NICHOLSON went to Leon yesterday.
Perry BERGERSEN went Monday to Fairfax, Missouri.
Miss Collie SMITH, returned from Davis City yesterday.
Messers. Charles GRAHAM and O. O. HUDSON returned yesterday from Leon.
Miss Clara BELL returned yesterday from her visit at Leon and Davis City.
Mr. Frank COLLINS and Miss Lucy DELANEY were married in Leon Monday.
Mrs. Polly ALLEN came in last Thursday from Des Moines, to remain until after Conference.
Miss Louise PALFREY came in yesterday from Mackim, Missouri; she is a conference visitor.
A large number of delegates are expected at the Religio and Sunday School conventions.
The public schools close tomorrow for a two weeks vacation. The children and teachers both need a rest.
LOST a pair of gold bowed glasses between Charles BARR's and B. D. FLEET's residences. Leave at this office.
Mr. WALLACE of Tarkio, Missouri, a fellow printer, was in town yesterday. We acknowledge a pleasant call from him.
A large number of our people have been courting this week in various capacities. Some as jurors, some as parties to suits, some as witnesses.
Elder R. J. ANTHONY arrived Monday from Salt Lake City, to attend Conference; his family will be here soon and they will permanently locate in Lamoni.
Elder F. J. SHEEHY arrived in Lamoni yesterday from Boston, Massachusetts, to be in attendance at the general meeting of the Religio, and general conference.
Normal CERCEILOUS, one of Graceland's Commercial Boys went Saturday to his home in Allendale, Missouri, to spend his vacation; he will be on hand next term.
To Be Continued....
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June 21, 2003
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