Blue Hill News
. director recently, to fill the va- |cancy caused by the death of Frank Waller. The P. T. A. program will be given Friday evening, Feb. 21, in- j stead of Feb. 14, as sent in last week. Jack Phifjar fell while skating and broke his arm. Mrs. Hattie Rigdon of this vi'cin- ^ty and Johnny Freeman mf Murphysboro were quietly nvarried at Jonesboro. Saturday evening, Feb. ,1. Mrs. Freeman WIIK a saleslady iu i the Carbbndule stores several years, aud Mr. Freeman is now employed on the slate highway. They will go to housekeeping- at her home.iu this vicinity. : Misses Anna Rose Waller, ' Joser.hine Hughes aud Virginia Lee Davis are not of school because . of illness. - . . • . i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Noal and I son visited relatives at Boskeydell Monday. Will Waller and Martin Paul were Grand Tower visitors Wednesday. I Ederar Schumacher ami Will Waller were in Ava Friday afternoon. BLUE HILL By Alice V. Mr. and'Mrs. Harvey Williamson. Sirs. Marie Ditzler end. son, Emil, aud daughter, Lorraine, .visited Mr. and , Mrs. John Russell of Pinckneyville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Williamson of Ava, and Mr., and Mrs. Claude Williamson of .Fairview visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williamson' and 1 family. Misses Alice an.d Lorraine Ditz- Icr-^pc-nt Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs. William Linze of Simpson. William Laufer of Ava is detained from -'his duties as teacher of Thompson school because of the illness of his father. HALLIDAYBORO By Agnes Carter Miss Helen Williamson, who attends high school at Ava, spent the week -end . with lionic i'olks. .John T. Simpson assisted Emil Ditzler "with butchering hogs. Sat- 7irday. - . -. Mr. aijd Mrs. John SpeitliLandj daughter. JJorma Jean, mul Dor-.i otl:y 'Miusine oi 1 'Sunshine Valley i .spent Sunday with lier parents,! Mr. ami Mrs. UblUi Spauglcr and daugntcr,- Wynona, Mrs. Imogeno Hartsock- and children, Paul and Bobbie, spent Sunday in Elkville, at the Willie Spanglev homo. Mrs. Julia Craig spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Eva Leek. Mvs. Herbert Spiller spent a short.-while Wednesday in Makanda with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Berry. Jim ^Coruett has moved his family from Dowell to this' place. " v -,WulUu!ii Leek is 'sib'seut from suUool, buiiausu; of illness. . jDiirl : and Murl' llickum' of Ma- 'kaiihaV. si;t;iit the 'week here . with their inolHer .and -sisters. Mr.\au'(l rtfr.i. Bill Curter spent SiiiKUiy\iiftcrnooii at. the Mucti Carter" honied-, Mrs. Uusa'-Hal.slL'HiI ."."(I cliildruit Jvuomi and Phyllis, spent Sunday.