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. nesday nt the ITevbert Rush, home: | te r Russell, Mi-, and . 'Mrs." John They wove canning turnip greens. I Brandt, Mr. and Mrs-. Dwight Val- Herbert Rush found an unusual sight Sunday morning when he went to'feed. He discovered among a n5w litter ol' pigs one with one normal head and the ears and eyes marks oi' another head, while it had 'two snouts and two tongues which were normal. He took the pig to' Hurst where lie had it mounted, Miss Leiha Mnrnelt was in T)e Wednesday afternoon shop- Soto P'"g. j ;_-*-•-•Easter j ' ] | Mr. and Mrs. John Born j visitors near Mt. Joy Sunday. Miss • Rnth June Smith a pupil WATT HILL By Mrs. Cora .Kimzey erius and daughters, Betty and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. John Speith and daughters, Norma and .Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Speith and daughter, Mary Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Uhle-s. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reiman and 'little daughter, Benlah Mae, Loren Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. 0 rover Da.vis, MiSses Blanche GarVer, Stella Underwood. Irene and Tva Fern Edgar and at the Gorhain high school spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith. j Some ] asserby carelessly threw a cigarette or lighted match from a car which ignited a rick of corn Helen Louise and Carrie Evelyn Uhles. Messrs. Homer Edgar, La Verne Schmidt, J. D. Underwood and Howard M'cNeeley. All departed at a late hour after enjoying pie and coffee. ' A goodly number wa,s present at •—lour Grange meeting Friday night., feve' A pot luck supper was enjoyed by all, before the meeting. Three ap"-j plications for membership were oncl making sick ton and fodder, causing it to burn Sunday, March '17, at the time a strong winxl was blowing the flames toward the dwelling house and barn of C. A. Kimzey. It took a considerable amount of water to extinguish (he-flames. If the fam- ily had not been .at home great damage perhaps, would have been done. j Mr. and Mrs. Ed Born were shop- pers in Murphysboro .Saturday. Lester Smith has purchased a new car. Miss Beulah Gulley of Gorham is assisting Mrs. Thos. Adams with her housework. George -Smith, 'who has been ill ! for some time is improving nicely. I Mrs. Fred Murray called on Mrs. i Arvel Brothers last Thursday aft- ernoon. presented, after a contest of two week?. The losing side will have to entertain at the next meeting. Misses Irene and Iva. Fern Edgar visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl OeUking, Friday after- Inoon. Mrs. John Brandt and Mrs. Ernest Schorn, visited Mrs. Carl Oett- k'ing and Mrs. Clifford Zahnev and l:ttle son, Clifford Dale. Thursday afternoon. SUNSHINE VALLEY By Miss Irene Edgar Mrs. Kathrine Casteel, who is the teacher at Union, sponsored an Easter egg hunt at the school Wednesday afternoon. The visitors were: Masters John Cecil Edgar and George. Combs and little Misses Shirley Ann Valerius and Dorothy Maxine Speith and Miss Irene Edgar. Mrs. Emma Cottom and Mrs. Walter Cottom assisted Mrs. John Brandt rook dinner for the wood sawers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Russell visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. jLuke Strjcker. in Campbell Hill. | Siin'dtty afternooji. after attending the funeral of Mrs. Walter Bar- at the Presbyterian church, MACEDONIA By Cora Franklin. ••-•••»~»««-KS»» Harvey Sunnier went to Granite City Friday of last week to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Cauble ami children and Mrs. Marion Cauble and son. Henry, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Clover and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ogle Franklin and children visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Franklin, Sunday, and attended church at this place Sunday night. Mrs. Leslie Gearhavt and children spent Tuesday with Mrs. Frank' Gearhart. Miss Ruby Clover and Wilma Noble and Margie Minion visited their teacher, Mrs. Blanch Ellis, from Friday evening till Monday morning of last week. Hubert Cauble visited his sister, Mrs. Bryan Ruins, and family Sunday. Mrs. Anna Sanders visited Mrs. Pearl Johnson and family Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gearhart and son, Ramon, and Mrs. Anna Sanders made a business trip to Murphysboro Wednesday. By Mrs. S. H. Nance Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Zahuer are the proud parents of a baby boy, born March 17, at the home of her .sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl OeUking, and son, Robert. Mrs. Howard Luthy and daughters. Jeannine, Aldene and Marilyn, and son. Loren Dale, and Miss Irene Edgar, spent Thursday aft-j week-end with home folks. ernoon with- Mrs. John M. Edgar j Mrs . , T . E , Hnber Ol - East DUTCH RIDGE and sons. Quito a group of young people, pleasantly surprised Mrs. Homer Russell Thursday night, the occasion being her birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Wai- Mr. and Mrs. T-Iomoi- Forhy and children ami Mr. and' Mrs. C. I. Hasler visited Sunday with Mi 1 , and Mrs. J. C. Stearns and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Grammar and children o[ Harrishurg spent the St. sis- Louis visited Sunday with her ter, Mrs. Homer Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Fred -Steams and children visited .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellis and child-

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 05 Apr 1940, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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