Vergennes News con't Susan Doty Stout ill
VERGENNES 1 (By HATTIE B. PAGE) Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Perry spent the week end at Buncombe guests \>f Mrs. Smith's parents, and other relatives. .. Will Wisely is building un addition addition to his property occupied by Ml 1 , ami Mrs. Murray l.!us(;ion. The new addition consists oi' kitcUc.n, dining room, pantry a nd porch, •which will bo a. decided improvement improvement to the properly. P. O. Reese is having the property property he recently purchased in north side of town repaired, prioi to moving. The property was owned by George Crain, now deceased. deceased. Jacob Neuman Sr., returned Wed nesday afternoon, alter visiting, his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Mueller in Cf. Soto. and relatives in Mur physboro, lor several days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanks of Du Quoin spent Sunday with the latter's sister, Mrs. V. O. Reese, and family. Mrs. Walter Steward and Mrs. Karl Wisely were in Murphysboro Saturday, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cox of Coulerville were the guests ot their cousins. Miss Liicimla Car- a ot i'or lisle and Mrs. Hattic "page""Sunday afternoon. They were accompanied by their little grand-daughter Blanche Cox. Mrs W. W. House visited her mint, 'Mrs. Susan Stout Saturday near 'Cobden. Mrs. Stout is ill. Miss Minnie Hack was returned io St. Andrews hospital . Sunday -veiling to undergo another operation operation Miss Hack was operated on lor appendicitis some weeks ago and has never recovered, although Bhe was removed to her home here for a few weeks.