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Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 21:46:07 -0500
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Article Title: Prospect Monitor
Article Date: June 22 1905
Article Description: Various Village's News; Teaching Applicants; Mathers death; Howser death; Ryder-Weiland
Rev. J. A. James will soon depart for Europe, where he will attend the World's Baptist Congress in London, as one of the representatives of the Ohio Baptist Convention.
Radnor is planning for an old fashioned fourth of July celebration. Particulars will be given later.
Miss Ann Thomas is still afflicted with very poor health.
Mrs. J. A. James and children will reside in Mansfield, Pa., during the absence of Rev. James, in Europe.
C. C. Bowen is the Celery King of Radnor and has some very fine plants.
Rev. J. A. James has returned from Fredricktown where he attended the Mt. Vernon Association Sunday School Institute.
It is reported that David Jones, when he returns to his home in Montana will be accompanied by a Radnor girl as a bride. Now guess who.
Walter Jones and family of Concord, spent Sunday with Radnor friends.
John McClaskey came very near losing one of his eyes, one day this week by a bolt flying and striking him.
Mrs. Minnie Tonguet returned to her home near Agosta Saturday, after spend a few days with Mrs. John Kimber.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyd were guests of Mrs. Cratty Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Finchbaugh are the happy parents of a baby boy.
Mrs. Mina Johnson and daughter visited friends near Marion, Friday.
Ora Price, wife and daughter and Jesse Kimber, wife and daughter spent Sunday with Wilbur Price and family near Caledonia.
Miss Nettie Prettyman of Agosta is visiting with John Kinder and family.
Miss Daisy Rhyne of Waldo was a guest of James Johnson Jr. and family Sunday.
Harvey Almendinger called on John Reeckley Tuesday.
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Isaac Aronhalt and wife visited at his old home near Codding, Sunday.
Miss Fannie Willauer has been quite sick for a few days, but is now better.
Mrs. Wm Russel and daughters spent Monday at her parents home.
A. D. Gast and wife and James Gast and wife were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Smith Sunday.
J. T. Ludwig was a Marion visitor Sunday.
J. A. Gast and wife were in Delaware Monday.
Mrs. Lowe and children, of Columbus were guests of Grandma Dill this week.
Mrs. Myron T. Herrick and son of Columbus, and a lady, of St. Louis, took supper with J. M. Adams and wife, Tuesday.
J. W. Gast is still in poor health.
Will be Admitted
Clerks of Court, Bert Benton, of Delaware and W. F. Johnson, of Marion county, Lloyd DeGelley and John Himminger of Marion, Ohio, passed the law examination of Columbus last week and will be admitted to the bar June 29.
The successful applicants at the teachers' examination held in Marion, June 3, will receive certificates as follows:
Two yearsOrral Ault, Findlay; May-etta Anselment, Caledonia; E. Lillian Ewing, Marion; W. A. Early, Adelaide; Carrie Hudson, Marion.
One yearEdythe Anderson, Marion; Zelda Briggs, Cochranton, Libbie Dowell, Green Camp; Agnes Dill, Prospect; E. E. Holt, LaRue; Jane L. Monahan, Marion; Daisy Markey, LaRue; Carrie L. Mears, Cochranton; Homer McColley, Marion; Jerome Tittelbaugh, Cardington; Golda Kemper, LaRue; Mrs. M. S. Tschantz, La Rue; Etta Walters, Green Camp; Zetta Wolfe, Morra and Ura B. Young, Marion.
Death by Paralysis
Dr. Samuel Mathers, a prominent gentleman, of Columbus, who has been taking treatment at the sanitarium for some time, died Monday afternoon about one o'clock from a stroke of paralysis. The body was taken the same afternoon to Columbus.
Through the pension agency, of Peter S. Johnson, the following pensions are granted:
Hamilton A. London increased from $6 to $12 per month, Prospect; George W. Wright increased from $10 to $12 per month, LaRue; Levi Davis renewed and increased from $8 to $12 per month, Green Camp; Truac Wynn increased from $14 to $17 per month, Green Camp; Charles Shouers increased from $10 to $12 per month, Marion; Samuel Bobinson increased from $17 to $24 per month, Green Camp.
Death of Mrs. Howser.
Mrs. Elizabeth Howser, aged 86, widow of Jacob Howser, and mother of Mr. A. H. Howser, of the Prospect Lumber Co., died at her home in Richwood Friday, her death being due directly to old age.
The funeral was held at Richwood Monday and the remains taken to Marion cemetery for burial.
Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Ora Estelle Ryder, to Geo. Frederick Weiland, of Mt. Gilead, which will take place at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Ryder, on North Franklin street, Thursday, June 29 at 10 o'clock, in the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties.
Miss Ryder is a former teacher in the Prospect schools, and has many friends here who wish her much happiness.
Thursday, June 15, 1905, Miss Ozella Thibaut entertained in honor of her fourteenth birthday anniversary, the Misses Lizzie Diffany, Lola Idleman, Clara and Daisy Hoffman, Katherine and Helen Dutt, Lura Oswald, Rhena and Florence Diffany of Marion.
Light refreshments were served and a most enjoyable time was had by all.
Mrs. Marsh, of Nelsonville, Ohio, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. David Griffith, of Radnor.
Harvey Davis has a tussel with the measles.
Hazel Price has the measles at the present writing.
Miss May Morris of Columbus, spent Sunday with her parents.
Mrs. William Anderson and daughter Margaret were in Delaware shopping Saturday.
Mr. Thomas Griffith was calling on her sister, Daisy Anderson, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Nancy Hinderlong was in Prospect Saturday.
Little Morris Mayes, of Radnor underwent an operation in Columbus, Thursday at 3 o'clock. He is in a critical condition, but got through all right. The operation was of the eyes.
Miss Verna Osborn is getting over the measles all right. It is hot weather to be sick at present.
Forest Anderson was in Prospect Saturday evening.
The little child of Major Maize has the cholera infantum.
George Landon is visiting relatives in Marion this week.
Mr. N. Moehn and family, of Pharisburg, visited at the homes of Will Hale and J. W. Moehn last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones of Downs, Kansas, are visiting the latters sister, Mrs. D. D. Little.
Miss Mollie Boyd returned Wednesday night from a two weeks visit with friends near Rushylvania and Mr. Victory.
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