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by or action are it records in of 3 more belligerent than the Hpi't\i- ern ones,' But there another- factors. Wage • scales .- are lower in the ^South; than in : the -North, and the army- pay.might seem attractive to a country boy from the Kentucky hills, when it would •. be scorned by a worker in the factories ot= Detroit or of Cleveland. AIsp.,ithere < is more "gun totin'" done jn;...the South than in the North, A Kentucky hill boy takes to shooting as a duck takes to water, but many a Northern city youth has never fired a rifle or a shotgun^- i SUNSHINE VALLEY By IVUss Irene Edgar Misses Nprma Jean and Dorothy Speith ..are "spending a few dafs with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry %illiamson. ' j Wealey Heine of Denmark, calledi on Homer Edgar Wednesday afternoon.. ,.'•"' I M'r':°aqd.,-lMrs. Henry Morr arid Mr.:; aTi<j.;.;3Mtrs. John Svanda visited a short''time witlvMrs. .Edd Schoi'li and' sons• Thursday" afternoon. ii Mrs. liitke Strieker was honored with a sunshine shower Wednesday afterribdh at the' honic of "tier sister, Miss Irene Edgar. She-was the recipient of many nice things' .Those present . were: ,. Mrs. Ida Tabing and daughter, Miss Fay, Mrs. John M. Edgar and sons John Cecil ' and. Gilbert, Mrs. John Speith, Mrs. Edd Russel, Mrs. .Walter Russel an dson, Paul,.Dean, Miss Marian Hanna, Mrs. Ray Speith and' daughter Mar'y Ellen and niece, .Betty/Jane: Whisler, Mrs. Homer Russell, Mrs. Grover. Davis, Mrs. Bert . Uhles and daughters, Helen Louise and Carrie Evelyn, Mrs. Freeman Robinson and daughter, Jo Ann. Mrs. Homer Valerius and son, Jackie Allen, Mrs. Oral Armstrong and son, Donnie, Mrs. Velma Hunger and son, Mrs. Dwight Valerius and daughters, :Betty'5eanand -Shirley,. Mrs. Waldo Egbert and r son,- David; Mrs. Lawrence Egbert, Mrs. Henry Wiehn, Mrs. 'Gerald Lence and daughter, Joyce and son, Jerry, and Misses Irene and Lv.a Fern Edgar..Refreshments of cake, cookies, iced tea, and lemonade were served. Mrs. Luke Striker and:. Misses Irene and Iva Fern'.Edgtir.:visited their sister, Mrs. Howard Luthy and children, Thursday afternoon; Little Mafilyn Luthy has been ill for several days, but is improving. Howard MciNeely spent several days visiting relatives and friends at Vienna, 111. , Peter Shorn is not quite so well.