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SUNSHINE VALLEY By Miss Irene- Edgar Those who assisted Mr. and Mrs. Howard Liithy with butchering. Friday, were: Mr. and Mrs Ed Blaas, Rudolph Blaas, Louie Luthy, John Edgar and .Gill Bd- Riclceuberg-, Mr. and Mrs. Frtsa prar and daughter, Irene. Union sL-hool was dismissed Friday afternoon, while the teacher, Mrs. Casteel, -went to Pinckneyville on business. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. Guild Nesbit, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs John Speith. Misses Norma Jean and Dorothy, returned home after spending the previous night with the former's. Lon McBride of Ava vi=ited with' Homer Edgar, a short time Friday. He was called to examine a- sick mule. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Russell spent one day last week, with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson and daughter. Jo Ann. Our Grange met Friday night, Jan. 12th, tor the first time in the new year. We heard some very interesting reports by Mrs. Ed Ditzler. who attended the State Grange meeting last month. 1/oreo Underwood and Ed Ditzler, also attended a very important Grange meeting in Belleville a lew idays ago. The work of the Grange has been quite satisfactorily in the past, but .we hope to make it even better the coming ycai-. Mis.3 Iva Edgar spent Friday afternoon with Misses Norma Jean and iDorothy Speith. Those who enjoyed sleigh riding last Sunday afternoon were: Mr. land Mrs. Carl Oettking, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hecke, Messrs Edward and George Woodtke and Albert Volkmnu, who furnished the sled,; • ; Will TabJng of Coulterville, who has. been ill for a length, of time, is reported as getting weaker. j Mr. and Mrs. John M. Edgai- and ' son, John Cecil, Homer Edgar and Miss Irene Edgar visited their sis-j ter, Mr.s. Luke Strieker, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Cottom and daughters, visited her brother, ; Arthur Modglin, a short time, one • day this week. He is improving I after he-ing verp sick with pneumonia.