The Weekly Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) 14 August 1903 Page 8

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The Weekly Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) 14 August 1903 Page 8 - W. , vice has n e d low. ROCHESTER. Rochester,...
W. , vice has n e d low. ROCHESTER. Rochester, Aug. 10.--Butler Richards of"Potterville, Mich., is visiting: his old friends and neighbors here. Justice Tinker of Cleveland, spent a few days in this place, last week. Mrs. Gordon and two sons, of Elyria, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chamberlain. Mr. and Mrs. Twining of Kipton, Mrs. McCord and son, Frank, have returned from B u t l e r where they spent a couple of weeks. M. Gcss of Brighton, has sold share in- the grist mill at t h i s to Chas. Currey. Mrs. A. L. Garrison and daughter Christine, of Sullivan, are visiting relatives in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. B. M a r s h a l l last week, for a visit in California. Miss Mary Knapp is spending a few days at home. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Pond are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pond, this week. H. A. Barnes spent Sunday in Clarkifield, with Carlton Clark, who is very low. Mr. and Mrs. R. C h e s t n u t e r t a i n i n g Mr. Chestnut's Mrs. Booth and children, and a f r i e n d from Glenville. It is with regret we learn that Mrs. Eliza Tanner and son, Bert, of Ft. Collins, Col., are very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Simmons, who have been visiting Mrs. Martha Porter, returned to t h e i r home in Cleveland, t h i s week. Mrs. Fred Thomas entertained her mother, Mrs. Smith, of Elyria, last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barnes are visiting in Lorain. Mrs. D. Boice started Monday for San Francisco, California, where she will spend a few weeks on the coast; from thence she w i l l join husband in Washington, at the Six i Eagles Mining Camp. \ The annual meeting -of the W. C. T. U. will be held at Mrs. Mary Storrow's home, Saturday afternoon August 15. The L. O. T. M. have postponed their lawn fete until Saturday evening, August 15, owing to the Maccabee picnic at Silver Lake. A medal contest was held in the M. E. church,. , Saturday evening, there being seven, contestants. The medal was awarded to Gertrude Rowland, of Baker's Crossing, who rendered "Noble Christian Womanhood," in a pleasing manner. Mrs: Lina Barnes, after retiring as a Sunday school teacher, madi a party for her class last Tuesday

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