August 26, 1909
LaVonne I. Bennett
THE ADVERTISER, Saranac, Ionia County, MI; Thursday, August 26, 1909:
||Mr. and Mrs. STOCKING and granddaughter of Grand Rapids visited from Wednesday
Saturday with Frank O’HARROW and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. C. GLICK and daughter, her sister and Edith WALTER, visited at Otis
Mrs. G. H. CAROTHERS and daughter of Lansing are visiting friends and relatives
Mrs. Minnie TUCKER and children called on Mrs. Lucy O’HARROW Sunday evening.
Mrs. McARTHUR, Mr. and Mrs. Norman STUART and sons attended the Moffat reunion
Grand Ledge Tuesday.
Abbie and Mable TROWBRIDGE of near Saranac visited friends and relatives in this
a couple of weeks.
Mose FURNEY of Clarksville worked for Geo. GROSS part of last week.
Agnes HUGHSON and Mabie KINYON took supper with Mrs. Mary TUCKER Friday.
Mrs. Harriet CILLEY and son Wesley of Lansing are visiting relatives here.
H. EVANS and wife and Frank O’BARROW attended the picnic at Freeport Tuesday.
Mrs. Samuel McMULLER went to Grand Rapids Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis HERRON were in Lowell Thursday.
Mrs. MICK and sons Claude and Geo. visited her son Lewis and family Friday.
Mrs. Justina FURNEY visited her daughters a few days last week.
Ray HERRON and wife returned to their home in Saranac Tuesday after spending a
with his brother, Otis.
Mattie SHAW, who is working for Mrs. Lewis MICK called on Mrs. Pearl HERRON
E. F. HUGHSON and family attended the KINGON reunion held at Ed Keel’s at West
Miss Mabel ___ accompanied them home to visit friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Zina GILBERT and baby of Lowell drove through here on their way
home from a
visit with Evart Post of Clarksville.
Ed BABCOCK’S mother and sister Hattie are visiting him for a week.
||Mrs. W. H. Rickert has a new organ purchased from Post & Brown.
Irene Bigley returned Friday from a two weeks visit in Eureka; her cousins, Hugh
BIGLEY accompanied her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome LAVERY of Ionia visited at W. H. RICKER’S Sunday.
M. K. JEPSON and family attended a birthday party for Ed JEPSON Saturday, it
JEPSON’S fiftieth birthday.
Cyclone BOWEN and friend visited his sister, Mrs. Fred O’HARROW of South Lowell
Miss Beulah HEETHER entertained several friends Sunday afternoon and evening.
The L. A. S. of Keene will hold an ice cream social at the residence of W. R.
BOWEN on Tuesday
evening, August 31, with the following program: Song, Milo
ABBOTT; recitation, Evelyne B
ROCK; song, “May Blossoms”, Marjory LOCKS;
recitation, Lee LAMPKINS; recitation,
Hazel LEE, song, “Anchored” voices in
unison, six young ladies.
OBITUARY: JAMES R. SCOTT - THE ADVERTISER, SARANAC, (Ionia County),
MICHIGAN;THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1909
OBITUARY - JAMES R. SCOTT - James R. Scott was born in Endinburg, Scotland, May
12, 1819. Came to Canada when a child with his parents, lived there about thirty
years, then he came to Michigan, where he has since lived.
He was the father of twelve children, nine of who with his beloved wife survive
him. After a lingering illness he passed away Aug. 21,about eight o'clock A.M.
The funeral was held from the M. E. church Monday at 2 o'clock, conducted by
Rev. G. K. Fairbanks.
(Above mayalso may be viewed at: http://usgennet.org/usa/mi/county/ionia/webbbs/obits/index.cgi?index)
||Lyle BRALEY is visiting his grandparents at Frankfort.
Mrs. Dr. BRALEY visited her daughter, Mrs. J. Howard PAYNE of Lowell Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. CRAWFORD and Mr. and Mrs. C. ROMANDER were in Grand Rapids to
see the auto races on Friday.
Wm. CRAWFORD and S. MILLER of Vestaburg, W. CAPEN of Rockford, Ohio, and Miss
Florence ADAMS of Detroit, were here Sunday to attend the funeral services of
Mr. and Mrs. MARRIOT of Grand Rapids spent Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and
Dr. C. L. WATT of Washington, D.C., who is doing some special work for the
in Michigan spent Sunday with his father, S. A. WATT and other
Dr. WHITE came up from L(o?)well Saturday and joined Mrs. WHITE and the children
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKAY for an over Sunday visit.
Mrs. Nettie BARBER of Grand Rapids was in town Thursday.
Mrs. Frank GAMSBY and son Gleason left on Thursday to visit relatives in Canada
Hampshire. They are expected to be gone about six weeks.
Byron, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. McKELVEY of Detroit, who has been spending
a few weeks
with relatives here returned home Saturday.
Mrs. John MONKS and Mrs. John WALTER were in Ionia Saturday.
Mrs. W. C. Hall spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark YOUNGS in
Mr. and Mrs. John H. WHEELER of Grand Rapids come up Saturday, in their auto, to
friends over Sunday.
Mrs. A. J. SMITH was in Ionia Friday.
Mrs. Wm. COURSER and Mrs. TRA(?)N were in Ionia Thursday.
Truman PRATT and M. Woodman was in Lowell Thursday.
A. Button of Grand Rapids was in town Thursday.
Mrs. R. K. Taylor visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Taylor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willard spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. COVERT went to Detroit Monday.
||Mrs. Justina FURNEY spent the latter part of last week with her daughters.
Mrs. McARTHUR returned from a visit with relatives at Alto last Monday.
M. Benton KELLER and wife of Indianapolis, are visiting his parents, Mr. and
H. EVANS was on the sick list a day or two last week.
Otis HERRON cut wheat and rye for Mr. BURMAN last week.
Lewie MICK, Norman STUART, Otis HERRON and Edd TUCKER all threshed last week.
Margret and Adolph ROTH picked raspberries at Geo. TUCKER’S Saturday.
J. S. BARGER has his new barn up and enclosed, which is quite an addition to his
Dr. J. R. HAY had just had his office re-decorated and re-fitted and he has as
fine a suite of
offices as one could desire.
M. A. BENSON accompanied by B. N. TALCOTT and H. T. JOHNSON drove his auto to
Rapids Friday to see the auto races. It was a delightful day for a trip
and Mr. BENSON
handled his new machine in splendid shape and made a fast run to
the city and return and
without a skip or mishap of any kind.
November 26, 2013