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Various News Entries for Marshalltown Times-Republican, January 4, 1899, p.7

Mrs. Olive Logan, of Newton, who has been spending ten days in the city with her aunt and cousin, Mrs. Nettie Chapin, and daughter, Miss May, returned to her home this morning Mrs. Ross C. Peterson and daughter Marion arrived home Tuesday evening from Sheffield, where they have been for about ten days as the guests of the former's father, Mr. Richard Wilde.
Mrs. Charles Rockefeler, of Beacon, arrived in this city Tuesday evening and will visit for about two weeks with the family of her son, Mr. W.C. Rockefeller, a car inspector of the Iowa Central. Mrs. Will Sundell and daughter Ruth, of Mason City, who have been visiting for ten days in the city with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Woodruff, left for their home this morning.
Mr. Howard Reed, of Atlantic, who has been spending the holidays with the family of his uncle, Mr. Jud Canfield, left for Cedar Falls this morning, where he is a student of the Iowa State Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Ingersoll, of Britt, accompanied by their daughters, Hazel and Floy, who have been visiting for ten days with Mr. Ingersoll's sister, Mrs. T.J. Stewart, left this morning for their home.
Miss Mabel Weatherbee, a student of Iowa College, who has been spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C.Weatherbee, three miles north of the city, returned to Grinnell Tuesday evening. Mrs. W.W. Lilly, of Burlington, and sister, Mrs. Austin Meigs, of Malcom, spent Tuesday in the city as the guests of the latter's sister-in-law, Mrs. Patience Sears. Both ladies went to Malcom in the evening.
Misses Mabel Wallace and Agnes Albrook, of Eldora, who are students at Cornell College, were in the city this morning being en route to Mt. Vernon from their home. Senator Joseph Wallace accompanied his daughter and Miss Albrook to this city. Mr. and Mrs. S.R. McLaren, of Ashland, Neb., who, for about ten days, have been guests of Mrs. McLaren's sisters, Mesdames T.I. Wasson and H.V. Speers and Miss Martha Broadhead, also of her father, Mr. John Broadhead, left for their home Tuesday evening via the Iowa Central and Ottumwa.
Mrs. Bart Blair, of New Providence, and Mrs. Charles Whitney, of Hubbard, spent Tuesday in the city with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Hollingsworth, being on their way home from Le Grand, where they had been on a brief visit with their aunt, Mrs. George W. White, and cousin, Mrs. F.E. Dann. Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Miller and daughters, Grace and Myrtle, of Ida Grove, who have been in the city for five weeks visiting with Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Miller, south of the city, and with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Walters, left for their home this morning. Mr. P.M. Miller, also of Ida Grove, who, with his children, Ida and Floyd, has been a guest at the parental A.M. Miller's home for about ten days, also left this morning for his home.


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