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 - Neighborhood Notes. Plain City, Jan. 18.--The...
Neighborhood Notes. Plain City, Jan. 18.--The funeral services services over the remains of Ktnora w i f o of Jott'ph L. Skeen, \\ero lieM the l-atter-thiy Saints' church January 18th, counselor I*. C. Urven, prusitlinif* Consoling renurks \\oru mado bv Counselor Counselor Spirob, I'on. W. L. S to wart, Clmrles Weatherttono HIM! 1*. 0. Grvcii. Mrs. Skeen leaves four email children, the oldest H, the- youngest nbont 18 months. Mr. Skcen has the heartfelt sympathies of all \\lio know liiui. i'reston Hlairaiul wife wero among tlio mourners. Mrs, Skeen was a sister to Me. Blair. Mrs. Dunford of Ball Lake, another sister, was also in attendance, attendance, as \\i\9 Grandma Skeen of Ixrtii city, mother of Mrs. Skeen. Rev. Mr. Unsworth usitcil tlio Kpis- copal services on Sunday. The West Weber Dramatic association viaitcd us January *J7th and presented the jxipular drauui, "Huth Oakley" and ·'My ^ext Neighbor," a farce. Tlie mumps have been rampant here for EOUIO time, to the detriment of our school, but havo about fjone thu rounds. So our bchool regibtcr presents a better appearance. Folk in a n A company ari busy up ice. fiom tho Four Mile creek, for their butcher business. To To To To

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  1. The Ogden Standard,
  2. 01 Feb 1894, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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