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Recognize any Hannibal names?

I found this little collection of information in the Freeman newspaper. It was dated May 9, 1903, and accessed through

Hannibal, Mo. Notes Freeman (Indianapolis, Ind. May 9, 1903.

Mrs. W.E. Helms, who has been in the city for the past two weeks the guest of Miss Lucy Campbell, in Summit street, left the city for Chicago, Ill., on an extended visit to her mother, of that city.

Mrs. Harry Gasberry, who has been quite ill., is now able to be out again.

Mr. F. Clay returned to this city from Minneapolis, where he went to bring his sister, Miss Mollie Clay, home, who is quite ill.

Mr. Earl Williams was in the city on April 26th.

Miss Dora Lason, who has been out of the city on extended visits, has returned.

The latest things in hats and trimmings are at the Variety Store, owned by Miss Ella V. Robinson, in Market street.

The funeral of Mr. John Kennett was solemnized at the family residence on Lindell avenue Sunday, the 28th, at 2:30 o’clock.

Rev. C.R. McDowell has moved from Broadway to the beautiful little home of Mr. Martin Lewis, in Arch street.

Don’t forget the Freeman. Get it every Saturday of the agent. W.W. Booker, in Washington avenue.

The members of the Friday Club entertained their husbands and gentlemen friends Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roberts. It was a “Surprise Party” to the gentlemen. A very pleasing program was rendered. Each member on the program was a surprise to the gentlemen, as each one afterward declared that had he known what was to follow, he might have done his part better. A committee, composed of Messrs. Brown, Hopkins and Austin, arranged a program for the next meeting. Refreshments were served, after which all joined in singing “Home, Sweet Home.”

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