Campbell Hill News
MURPHYSBORO, ILLINOIS PAGE In ifltte EOUDt Sunday afternoon with John and Anna Heunesy. Mr. Fohne arid Mr. Beasley have been on' the sick list. Mr., and i\lrs. Walter Crow of Carbondale and Mrs. Crow of Murphy sboro called on John and Anna Heunesy Wednesday afternoon. Paul Convoy was in Murphysboro Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Nausley visited Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harris. ••: Miss Kate Fohne,. Miss >Anna Henuesy, John Hennesy and 'Alfred Seal called on Mrs. McCann in Murphysboro Thursday. Don Wisely spent Sunday afternoon with. Frank Harris. Miss Anna ..and John Henuesy and Alfred Seal called on._Mr. and Mrs. Easterling- Sunday evening. k I & •••••' •»••••!»..» CAMPBELL HILL By Mrs. Edward C. Knox Miss Edna Rafert of Indianapolis, Indiana, spent the past week with her sister, Mrs, H. C.' Welp, and family. .- M . rs . G. M. Goforth and little daughter, Karen Jean, returned 'Aliens Out'.Is in • Steeleville- are announcing the | birth of a daughter born at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. , Henry Wahlman, pf Campbell Hill. Paul and Carol Jean Barrow ot Harrisbui'g are visiting their ; grand Parents, Mr. and -Mrs. • George Snyder. |- \ home from St. Andrew's hospital Tliursdap. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Allen of Bellbower visited several days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tegtmeyer. The Helping Hand 4-H club held their achievement day Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Haley Chaplin are ahe proud parents of a baby boy born July 27. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Luthy of GERMANY SOUTH TYROL Italy orders all foreign residents and tourists to leave this area for reasons of "political and military character." \ Scale of Miles 50 100 It Isiit Polite to Point.. Says He Drowned Pendergast Aid Map shows south Tyrol, from . which Italy has ordered all foreigners expelled. Regip'n about Bolzano is favorite tourist territory, strategic spot jErom which spies could watch troop movements across. Brenner Pass. Belief-is that Italy, after clearing Tyrol of .other nationals, will effect mass transfer of German- speaking people from area, ending minority problem. Pinckneyville were the •* Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Julia Luthy. Mrsi Mayme Williamson of Carbondale spent the week end with j Mr. and Mrs. Leslie White. ' The young people of St. Luke's church attended the .district con- in Miirphysboro, Sunday. Miss Joyce LePere and brother, Wilbur called on Kuth B. Knop Sunday evening. '• j Miss Norma Schoenberg oE | Chester spent the. week end'with her parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoeuerg. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tegtmeyer visited Wednesday and Thursday in St. Louis. v Mrs. 'Percy Smith of- Vcrgeimes was -in Campbell Hill Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Werre of But Pointing Out These Facts ; May Add to Your Enjoyment of Beer! It you take intelligent care about what you eat or drink, then; we think you'll be happy to know these facts: V ;'- Nothing but natural beer ingredients go into,-Sterling- Pilsner. Step by step in the brewing process trufe beec flavor is developed and calorie content kept low. Tn, fact, an', 8-ounce glass of Sterling is actually lower in calories than the juice of a good-sized orange. And each taste'.jebnfirins your opinion that only natural grains could have produced it. For Sterling is always refreshing—never sweet or heavy. Brewed as much for your, peace of,mind as your pleasure. , vV ;-•.' .<•••'.•'• NO FATTENING SYRUPS ADDED ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST BEERS \ STERLING BREWERS, INC.- Home Offrcc: Evqrisvtlfe, Irtd.