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Text:"... of Wells- ville spent Sunday at Victor Kel- logg's. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Slocum and son of Franklinville were guests at PaulSlocum's Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris and Mrs. Acher and daughter Mabel were..."
Date:Apr 15 1937
Publication:Salamanca, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Menominee, Mich. On her person, a bank book showing deposits to the lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding Methodist church lands which were in hit..."
Date:Apr 29 1915
Publication:Correctionville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding Methodist church lands which were in his charge, intending to meet Edward Quist at Poplar, Minn. Suicide probably was due to nervous..."
Date:Apr 23 1915
Publication:Moulton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-M'n "ear St Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding Me'hodist church lands which were in his charge, intending to meet Ed- nard Quist at Poplar, Minn. Suicide prohahly was due to nervous disor..."
Date:Apr 21 1915
Publication:Humeston, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... for the railroad companies. The Rev. P. S. Slocum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chau tauqua speaker and noted Masonio lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for conference..."
Date:Apr 29 1915
Publication:Elgin, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...,355,804.65. The Rev. P. S. Slocum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chautauqua speaker and noted Masonic lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding..."
Date:Apr 30 1915
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... pastor of the Lyons Methodist church a Chau taufjiia speaker and noted Masonic lecturer committed suicide on a train near St PaulSlocum left home for a conference regarding Methodist church lands which..."
Date:Apr 26 1915
Publication:Oelwein, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... influence. Minister Commits Suicide. Clinton.-The Rev. P. S. Slocum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chautauqua speaker and noted Masonic lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum..."
Date:Apr 22 1915
Publication:Blockton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for, a conference regarding Methodist church lands which were in his charge, intending to meet Ed- di, rupicii, uiim. oiauiutj probably..."
Date:Apr 21 1915
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... was a member of St. Anthony's Men's Club. Surviving are his wife, Doris Brown Slocum of Groton; and two brothers, Willar Slocum of Lake- land, Fla. and PaulSlocum of Lake Como. His first wife. Pearl Jacobs..."
Date:Oct 30 1983
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... estrangement, that had taken place between father and son, and that the father had sternly request- ed, nay commanded, that PaulSlocum's name should be an unspoken one in our home, and the broken-hearted mother..."
Date:Apr 25 1879
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... foolish bills pro- posed so why not put up a sensible one' foolish bill put up bv Senator PaulSlocum regarding corporal punishment m the schools should be thrown out the window along with him. Doesn't he..."
Date:Mar 2 1949
Publication:Portland, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... the best beau goofs. It takes most men time to see humor in a situation. Topic Told "New Trends in Elemen- tary will be the topic of PaulSlocum when he addresses the Fairplain Northwest PTA Thursday, March..."
Date:Mar 1 1967
Publication:Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...'s Men's Surviving are his Doris -Brown Slocum of and two Willar Slocum of Lake- Fla. and PaulSlocum of Lake Como. His first wife. Pearl -died in 1950. Contributions may be made to the Groton Ambulance..."
Date:Oct 30 1983
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America