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is SONGWRITER Oecar Reiinaa and daughter, Beu- HORIZONTAL , 1 Man who wrote the song "Home Sweet Home.' 13 Genus of grasses. 14 Stream. 15 Card game. .16 Small bunch. 17 Angry. 18 Sums up. 20 Pismires. .21 Frozen. 22 To strike. 23 Born. 24'Evergreen tree. 25 Since. 27 Biblical -priest 28 Acts of lending. 30 Sweet secretions: 31 Occurrence. 33 Reads again. 36 Roof finial. 38 Half an em t 39 Sheltered place. Answer to Previous Puzzle HSffl BIlESail B@g HIBOH snsas HESHS * ^ ~ 9 To sprinkle with flour. 10 Sound iiof. .'. . ffl HUE! MSB D8EH ®HSfl eSfflB HHH HBSfflH HHH •40 To permit. 41 Enraptured. 44 Newspaper paragraphs. 46 Black haw. 47 Dishonest. VERTICAL 2 To think. 3 Student residing in a hostel. 4 Dozes. 48 Chinese sedge. 5 Ancestry. 50 You. R -ITT- ' 4 ww -±o j^ii Liiusiasm. 54 He was an * ™ ae toppers. 49 M Usi fc al note . by birfh;- i Grand- 51 Measure. 55 He was an Parental. ; 52 And: '•• : • 'by 8 Pertaining to 53 Sound : of profession. '.a rete. . inquiry. 11 Warbles. •',' i 12 Relating to a node. 16 He was a "— — , or traveler most 1 of his life (pi.); 19 To revolve. ' 24 Deadly. ; : ; 26 Eye socket. •29 Single Lthing: 32 Mercenary. •34 Deifying. , 35 Bristle; 36 Trees: 37 Spanish coin. 42 Fruit.' 43 To lacerate. . 45 Enthusiasm. Garnett Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bert Uhles, Mrs. Mart:Combs Fritz Alstat, Miss Eva Ward, Mr. | and son, Kenneth, Mrs. : Ed Rus- and Mrs. - Noah . Beavers • and | sell, Mrs. Homer Russell! ' Mi's. daughter, Aileen, and sons, Ardell John Speith and daughter,. Carol and Eugene, Pleas Porter, Mr. and Mrs. W. birthday. R. Hicks, guests at a MT. GLENN By Wanda Grabow Mr. and Mrs. Willis Redman o£ East St. Louis, aud Lewis Miller and family spent the week end here with Carl Batson and family. Mrs. .Beulah Morgan visited, Sat r tn day a'nd Sunday?.-with- relatives', at Pomona. Mrs. Myrtle Rush aud children spent one day the past week with Mrs. Nettie Landrith. Clias. Morgan and Dick Rush called on Cleatus Grabow, Sunday. Several in this vicinity are ill | with colds and the "flu". Several relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Ruth Hartline Sunday .and enjoyed a birthday dinner in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Esther Landrith and children called on Mrs. Bessie O'Brieu, Sunday afternoon. SUNSHINE VALLEY By Miss Irene Edgar. d-lio speut the day quilting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Davis and enjoyed the bountiful potluck dinner Tuesday were: Mrs. Jahe Carter. Mrs. Margery Grohman and -son, Jimmy Dean, Fay, Mrs. Luke Strieker and son, Jimmy, Mrs. John M. Edgar and sons, John Cecil and Gilbert, Mrs. Dwight Valerius aud' daughter, Shirley. '•-] ] Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Verena Smith and son, J. C.. Mrs:' TJarrel Pearce and daughter, Sue. Misses Helen and Irma Koen, Irene Edgar and Mrs. Emma Cottom. John Brand called ou Gill Edgar Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. *\V. E. , Le Fere -sp.etit a short time'.. ,wU.b, v .J;.heir. Slaughter? "ivrrs:- 1 Tohii -• :-M1'~ Edga'r, and- sous, Saturday morning. Bud Smith aud cousin, Oreu Smith, of Denmark, passed the final examinations tor the U. S. selective service in East St. Louis Tuesday. They were sent''to Camp Grant at Rockford for 'a year's training. • . Several ladies from here attended the pot 'luck dinner and quilting at the home or/Mrs. Freeman Robinson Wednesday. 'About 89 women and several children were present. .,.-. :i| ' ' Those,who enjoyed potluck supper and games during the. 1 'evening 'were: Mr. and Mrs.'Homer Cu'pp, Mr. aud, Mrs. Gletm Keller, daughter. Dolores, and sous, /Miv, .and Mrs. Calvin Bright and-son, .Mr. aud Mrs. Homer Valerius aud sc^, Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Halite' Gibus and sons, Jimmy Dean, Harold and Hallie Harrison. Mrs. Asbevry. and daughter. Virginia. Mr. and 'Mrs. Grovcr Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Uhles. Mr. and Mrs. .Homer Russell, Mr. aud Mrs. Walter, Russell and sou, "Paul Dean, Mr. aud Mrs. lah Mae, Mr., and Mrs. 'Luke Strieker and'son, Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Greene, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Edgar and sons, John Cecil and Gilbert, Mrs. Ed Russell, Mrs. Margery Grohman,' Mr. and Mrs. John Speith and daughters, Norma, Dorothy and Carol Fay, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Valerius and daughters, Betty and Shirley, Misses Irene Edgar, Helen and Irma Koen and Helen Louise anti Carrie Evelyn Uhles, Messrs. Harley Benedict, Bob Smith and Howard McNeely. Miss Lucille Zimmerman of Campbell. Hill spent Thursday night with Iva Fern Edgar. The Union Grange folks are very busy practising their play, "Petticoat Ranch;" which they will present soon. Miss Fay Tabing spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John M. Edgar and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Russell and son, Paul .Dean, visited the liome of the. latter Friday night. , The Denmark ladies, served supper to the Rotary men aiid their wives of Pinckneyville Monday! night. They had as their supper guests Bud and Oren "Smith, who left for the camps the next morning. Denmark church services were well attended last Sunday. It was observed as "family day." Sunday school attendance was 103. SHOAL GREEK By Mrs. Austin Johnson Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hill and family who had arrived in Florida and were to start soon for California. Mrs. Wiley Elmore visited Mrs. Henry Elmore Wednesday. Itsle Williams and J. B. McElmurry attended a sale near Ava Tuesday. . ' ' • , Floyd Johnson visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Nance, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Faull, of Poplar Ridge were callers at the home ofj Mr. and Mrs. Itsle Williams Tues-j day evening. ' J H. J. Hines and his live pupils,' Misses Mable Elmore, Wilma Hobbs, and Nancy Lou Followell, i and Bohby McElmurry and Floyd | Johnson, who are to graduate .this spring, went to Poplar Ridge school Friday evening to talk of plans for graduation exercises. Mr. aud Mrs. James Ethertou- and ] •sou visited, Thursday 'night, tor a| while with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie i Ciipps and family Lat'e Gill' and Frank Cowell of Pond were in our vicinity Tuesday' Eight and I F you like fireworks, doesn't, it's really too bad can't see what goes on sparkling big Buick FIREBALL that romps you so easily broad highway. There you'd see eight cylinders, with pistons flashing down . . . You'd see each fuel charge tight into a tiny bundle a flattened ball ...

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 14 Mar 1941, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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