In the Rural Schools: Glendale School, Hurst-Bush, Jones Ridge School - ??

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In the Rural Schools:  Glendale School, Hurst-Bush, Jones Ridge School - ?? - in The Rural GLENDALE SCHOOL By William...
in The Rural GLENDALE SCHOOL By William Campbell Edgar Campbell.from Sheffield is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell. _, Hall of • 'tnejl school was absent because jot ba$ weather Vlast Wednesday antf Thursday. Misses Nettie" .and: Rettie Campbell, who are' teachlng s: at Pekin are visiting their .parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.- Campbell. Dcrothy Porter is still absent - ~ ,. : 'Zimmerman this city is reported to, *he on the Mr. arid Mrs. Ray and children spent ; Sunday with Mr. and. Mrs. Harry .Zimmeiman,-, Miss Oleen"" Ardery 01 Carter-* ville spent' Friday with ' M's^ Christina Sizemore here. "-' " i 1 * Ralph Bastien and Noah Williamson called on Tom. Robe'-son Sunday evening. ^ Saturday the death angel visitel the home of Mr. -and "Mrs. Nonh Welch and claimed as its vicUm BasebalFs "Big Three" at League Meeting claimed their ten year old daugh- from school because of illness We j their little three year old sm. hope' she will be - back with us J us t a month ago the death ang li, after the holidays. -..-.. i We will have no school.:from ter. December 24 to January 2. Mr. and Mrs. Chesley-Lipe and family visited iMrs. .Bost, Sunday. Miss Estella _SchuItz-visited her parents Sunday-afternoon. '. .| JONES RIDGE SCHOO.L Mrs. By Norbert. Leinicke. Albert Kupke and, son, Those who got gold, stars for the ' Billy, visited Mrs.-J. A. Heinbpkel! pionth for attendance are William Monday. . ~ Campbell, Lavern, Lipe, Ruth, James Gannon was absent from Steele, Esther Jarrett,,. Helen Jar- "school, Monday, rett and Edward Steele. ' Emory Talbott spent the wesk Those who got gold slsrs f r end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs: spelling last month were Eslhen D. B Talbott, of Murphysboro. ~ and Helen Jarrett. _, , | Je i, n Leinicke made a business Those-who got blue dots'for per- feet spelling last week were: Wil ; ham Campbell. Laverne »Lipe. Ruth Steele, Esther ..."Jarrett,' Helen Jar- Baseball's "Big Three"'are pictured here as 'ih-v laid plans for the next season, now noTmany months away. Judge Kenesaw ^Mountain Landis, right, high commissioner: John A. Heydler, center, president of the National League, and Ernest S Barnard, leit, president of. the American League, headed, the joint meeting of major leagues in "New York. They voted an expenditure of ^05,000 to Doom interest in die, national game. " - f rett and Edward Steele. HURST-BUSH . o— -— By Mrs. Ralph Bastien Rev George Roberts filled hii regular appointment at the 'M. E. church Sunday .and Sunday night. Mrs. John Busbee .called on Mrs. Vernon Thompson," Friday. Airs Irene Parrent and SOA, Mrs. Ida Mate McGiure and Mrs. O. Par- lent were shoppers in Herrin Men day. Elizabeth ana 'Wendell Atlwcod, took Sunday dinner"'with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Roberson.and sons. ' Mr. and Mrs. S. Gualdonia spent' Friday in Benton with their daugh { ,er, Mrs. Val Haggard." I Mr. and Mrs. Merr'itt Doan spent old at th'e time of his death. He is survived*'by his wife and parents,: "and . the -'-following brothers and—sisters: Henry, 1 Fred and 'Mrs.. Elizabeth.'. D.urr, all ,ot. East St. Louis, Mrs. Laura Dildey, and Mrs. Anna, O'Daniel of Jones Ridge, and' Mrs, Barbara Keaton of near Chester. III. His body was interred in the Glenn cemetery, Friday .afternoon,- ,\ ThS following program was trip to Chester,, Saturday. D. B. Talbott of Murphysboro went to Hornerville, Mo., Friday on business. Wilbert Fritche, son of Chas Fritche, died Sunday at Neunert. John Leinicke transacted' bu i- ness in. Cora City Monday. Chas. Shields, - Marjorie-: Shields:, Homer, Gailard, and Joe Asbury -given by thV pupils at Jones Ridgs were-absent from'school! Tuesday school Tuesday evening. ; and Wednesday.' | Christmas welcome, Marjori.j The following pupils.'of Joftef ghield's. ' Ridge school have had ths most | o'nr ^Besl Love Is Santa Glaus, perfect lessons in spelling, and dialogue. Will.be awarded.dipnors -for. their |... ,A ; .Telephone . Call, recitation, work at the Christmas tree Wil Clara Darnsteadt ma Emert and Raymond Leinicke, | Abel Adams 1 Happy Xmas, d a eighth grade, Mary Leinicke, logue sixth: Clara Darnsteadt, fifth Al-i The Christmas Tree Party, dm berta, HornbosUe, third; Vena logue ' May Thurman, second, and Eveljnj Dierks, flist Bill Zerban, son of; Mr.-and Mrs Chas Zeiban, passed away at the Missouri Pacific? hospAa]J in St Sunday with 'her mother in De So to. I Louis Tuesday, Dec "l7th'"He was Mr. and Mrs. J. H.: Hawkins of. 26 years 10 months, and 121 dajs AlarnT" Clock, Herbert Beigman Thp Sock That Jack dialogue Nme'jAbbq' with But jThpugnV dialogue " Siiiue Where You Are, dialogue recitation, Hung Up, a Sing'e If You : Were Only tioh, Joe Asbury. Everybody Smile, song. Too Much Candy,, dialogue. Christmas At -Sand Flats, logue. Nan's Christmas Five, recita- recitation. Wilm'a Emert. Santa's Gift Plus His Surprise, dialogue. Good Night, recitation, Alberta - dia- Horn hostel. Arithmetic, ] READ- THE ADVEKTtSbMlE COLDS IVJAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA Coughs from colds may lead to serious, trouble. .. You can. stop them now. with: Creomulsion, an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion is a medical discovery •with, two-fold action; it soothes and lieals the inflamed membranes and inhibits germ growth. Of all known drugs creosote is recognized by high medical authorities as one of-the greatest healing agencies for coughs frorii cold's alia bronchial irritations. Creomulsioa contains, in addition -»to creosote, other healing elements which soothe and heal the inflamed membranes and stop the irritation, while the creosote goes on to the stomach, ia absorbed 'into die blood, attacks the seat of thevtrocjile and checks the growth of the germa. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of coughs from colds, bronchitis, and minor forms of bronchial irritations, and is excellent , for building up the; system' after colds ~> or flu.; Money refunded if not relieved after taking according todireo tions. Ask your druggist, (adv.) CREOMULSION FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 26 Dec 1929, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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