December 7, 1893
Quite a heavy snow fell Saturday which is being improved by the young folks.
BRO. ZIKE, of the U.B. Church, occupied the pulpit in the Union Church Sunday night.
GRANT CRAIG, came home from an extended trip through Kansas and South Dakota, Saturday.
MISS. MARY BRANT, who has been visiting friends in Davis City the past few days, returned home Monday.
MISS. MABLE HORNER, came home Friday to spend Sunday with her parents.
C. AKES, of Leon, was in Davis City Saturday.
MISSES PEARL NORMAN, and GRACE HORNER are again able to attend school.
Several of the children are sick at MRS. JACKSON'S.
MESSERS LAMBERT and ANDERSON, of Lamoni, were in our city Sunday.
LEGRANT BOLDMAN and his son, FRANK, returned from Des Moines, where they have been working the past few months.
GEORGE BAKER, ESQ. went to Leon, Saturday.
MR. and MRS. MCMARNISS are in town at the present writing.
MR. COOPER, the operator who has been filling MR. GRIFFETH'S place in the depot, left on Monday and MR. GRIFFETH has again resumed duty.
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