Vergennes News - pt 2 N W Stout, Youngs

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Vergennes News - pt 2
N W Stout, Youngs - a \ Bernardino, California, for the benefit i i...
a \ Bernardino, California, for the benefit i i of Mrs. Doty, who is in very poor health. Their many ' friends here hope the trip will be both pleasant and beneficial. . Mrs. J. R. Middlecoff and daughter Marion, of Belleville, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Quigleyj Rally Day will be observed ab the M. E. Sunday school October 31, and at- the U. B. Sunday school November 7,1915. C W. Perkins was a business visitor at Gorham Saturday. J. G. Quiilruan : and family were guests of friends in Murphysboro Saturday night and Sanday. • v -Mis=i Edith Griffin visited her aunt,. Mrs. Lydia Liw, at Murpbysboro re- | turning Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. C. K Bennett, or Car- I bondale, motored her? Sunda} 7 and I visited his sislev, Mrs. W. T. Raley and family. Mrs. Fred Rnde and sons, Oar] and Hal, visited her mother, Mrs. Mary family near Carbondale. Mrs E. G Rosecrans, of New York City, is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. J. Taylor and other relatives. • Pnlnuma "<* a m t-he E°dorado is tietruest' bldoMdo, is the guest 1 of of Rev. C.'R. Yost. Misses Eva ROSSD >, village primary teacher, and Beatrice Sanguin, teach er pf Cox Prairie school, spent the week end with homefolks at Makanda and Murphysboro respectively. Blr. and Mrs. George Eisenhaner and' friend pf Murphysboro, spent Sunday with relatives on Route 1. Mr, and Mrs. Don Wisely have a nice new'son in their home. , Mr. and Mrs.- Wm. Williams', of Alto Pass, visited her father, Adam Eisenhaner, near Matthews Sunday. , Miss ",Zella -Bryant, - teacher irT~tbe Elkyille • school .visited homefolks Saturday. .She was accompanied by Miss Alti Kim'mel, N. W. Stout, of Sato, was in Ve'r Vergennes Monday, morning enrputejof to Union county to be at .the bedside ofjiis- brother, Lorenzo Stoat, dangerously 'ill. Mr. Stout attended the funeral of a brother, Wm. titout, of Union county about three weeks ago. N. H. Tomlinson was very agreeably surprisird ; at hisJhome Sunday morning when about forty friends and relatives came to make glad on his 68th birthday. At noon -a - sumptuous dinner was spread frotE.tlie-ladened baskets! The afternoon was spent socially..All enjoyed themselyes hug.ely. .Mr. Tomlinson, who was-tbe best pleased of all and who is in poor v ten.d,ed. services, at thai church in the evening. The guests departing wished for Mr. Tomlinson many happy returns of the day. in

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 27 Oct 1915, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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