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Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 19:29:43 -0500
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Article Title: Prospect Monitor
Article Date: June 1 1905
Article Description: Wolfinger Birthday; George Brown Death; Democratic Convention; Current Events
Saturday evening the friends of Miss Minnie Wolflinger gathered at her home in Bethlehem and gave her a surprise in honor of her sixteenth birthday anniversary. The entire evening was most pleasantly spent. Miss Wolfinger was presented with a number of beautiful presents. Those present were as follows: Sam Rentachler, Frank Basler, Walter Zeig, George Almendinger, Paul Zachman, John Seiter; Misses Gertrude Hatcher, Bessie Hock, Lydia Almendinger, Cora Artipeous, Lena Almendinger, Catherine Bensler and Katie Seiter.
Death of George Brown.
George Brown, an old residence of Prospect, aged 66 years was found by his wife about four o'clock Wednesday afternoon, in the yard of his home, lying upon the ground. Dr. Shuey was summoned and pronounced the man dead from heart disease.
The deceased had not been complaing of illness and his death was a shock to his family and friends. The Coroner examined the remains and rendered a verdict of death from desease of the heart.
The funeral will be held at the home Friday afternoon at one o'clock standard.
Democratic County Convention.
The democrats of Marion county met in convention at Marion, Saturday and placed in nomination the following ticket for the November election:
RepresentiveJ. H. Criswell, of Marion.
Probate JudgeC. H. Foster, of Marion.
Clerk of CourtA. A. Gottshall, Marion.
SheriffConnie Breen' Marion.
TreasurerW. C. Wottring, Prospect.
CommissionerJ. K. Lefer, Grand Prairie.
Infirmary Director Smith was renominated for the second term.
The delegates to the State Conventnion are D. R. Crissinger, F. E. Guthery, Henry Seiter, George B. Schofield, S. H. DeLong, W. L. Raub, P. J. Monaham, George B. Christian, Jr., and O. S. Anthony.
The convention was well attended and most enthuiastic and reminded the delegates of an old time gathering of democracy.
Mrs. Effie Miller of Middletown spent Friday and Saturday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fritch and left Sunday morning to attend the funeral of her mother-in-law Mrs. Clem Miller which was held at Cardington Monday.
Harry Thomas and George Davis spent Sunday in Chicago on their way to Battle Creek, Mich., where their Carnival Company shows this week.
The K. of P. band of Prospect was at the head of the Uniform Rank, K. of P of Marion at Marion, Decoration day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Roberts entertained Rev. L. E. Smith and family Tuesday.
Miss Alice Saeman of Upper Sandusky was a Sunday guest of Miss Blanche Henry.
The funeral of Joseph Watkins well known in Prospect and Radnor was held at Lima Friday with interment at Gomer.
Hugh and Lillian Henry of Columbus spent Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry.
Mrs. I. Barrick and daughter Daisy spent Sunday in Marion, the guests of
Thos. B. Smith was elected vice president of the Rural Letter Carriers Association at Columbus this week.
LOSTA bunch of keys somewhere in the east end. The ring contained six keys and a finger ring. Finder will return to A. D. Mohr or MONITOR office.
Magnetic Springs will vote dry or wet June 12. It is eight years since saloons were voted out of the village.
Miss Candas Gast and Miss Maggie Hollenbach were entertained by Delaware friends this week.
Ray Bonner has sold to W. S. Bonner 20 acres in Thompson for $1.00 and other considerations.
A. large number of Prospect Masons attended the county meeting at Marion Friday afternoon and evening.
T. E. Drake and Harry "Curl" were at Columbus Monday.
Rev. L. E. Smith went to Columbus Wednesday to make arrangements for the Baptist annual excursion.
New plate glass fronts are being put in the store rooms of J. N. Earick and Charles Almendinger on north Main.
Miss Bessie Powers of Sandusky has returned home after a visit with S. J. Farnum and family.
Mrs. F. D. Lewis and daughter Crace (?Grace?), Miss Ethel Jonson and Dr. T. L. Landon were guests at the home of S. J. Farnum this week.
Deputy Marshal Pearl Sells of Toledo spent Sunday with Prospect friends.
Miss Maud Dreher of Marion was the guest Tuesday of Miss Sarah Dildine.
Rev. Schaaf preached the funeral services of Phillip Cooper at Mt. Olive church Sunday afternoon.
Robert Gast leaves today for Louisiana, Mo., after a visit with Prospect friends and relatives.
I now have plenty of brick on hand. W. L. Cox.
Rev. Keller of New Dover is spending a few days with Mrs. Keller at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ramey.
Beard's shooting gallery has been moved from Earick's room to Marion Park.
George W. Waldo of Delaware, a former resident of Prospect was in town on business Tuesday.
Will Grube of Columbus was in Prospect on business Tuesday.
Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Miss Edna Pfiffiner of Delaware, who has many friends in Prospect to Mr. Glen Crippen a young businessman of Lima, June 6.
Rev. Settlage and family of Marion were guests Monday of Rev. and Mrs. Schaaf.
Miss Highland Clime of Columbus is visiting Mrs. C. L. Mohr.
Mrs. Vala Cranston of Newark and Mr. T. H. Wells of Mr. Vernon, the former a sister and the latter a son of Mrs. J. A. Pasters visited from Thursday until Tuesday with Mrs. Pasters and other relatives.
The picnic of Prospect schools has been postponed until Thursday, June 15.
Milton Cope and wife of Plain City and Miss Mercedes Corbin of Columbus were guests of Mrs. Joseph Cope and family Decoration day.
Miss Bess Hipple, a charming young lady of Delaware will spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith.
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