News from The Cartersville News

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
August 27, 1908, page 5
Transcribed by:  

Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Carson and son, of Tyler Texas, have returned to their home after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hendricks.


Mrs. F. M. Irons, of Chicago, with her three interesting children, has been visiting the city for a few days as the guest of Mrs. W. F. Baker.  Mrs. Irons is pleasantly remembered by many old friends in Cartersville as Mrs. Gerald Griffin.  She married Mr. Irons, a well known railroad man a number of years ago and for some time made her home at Norfolk, VA.  Mr. Irons is now connected with the Rock Island system with headquarters at Chicago.  Mrs. Irons went from here to Ringgold to visit relatives and from there will go back to Chicago.


Page 8.

“Home Mission Notes.”

Our society deeply sympathizes with our co-worker Mrs. R. L. Pilling in the sudden death of her father in Hartford, Connecticut.  Her grief is doubly sad that she was not with him as he neared the end, but one day may she swell with her loved ones in the fullness of joy in the house not made with hands eternal in the heavens.


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