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Union Hill News - Wisecrackers could do a lot with this picture...
Wisecrackers could do a lot with this picture of a recumbent ringman i£ the .heavyweight didn't happen to be James J. Braddo'ck. There i.s nonn of the diver in the Jersey Irishman. 'The world champion i.s relaxing and soaking in sunshine, rod and reel ;it his side, alter surf fishing at Miami JBeach. Eighteen months ago, Braddock was broke and a supposedly broKen-dosvn beak buster piich- ing railroad ties from lighters to :i Weehawlten dock. Teturned after a several days' visit with, relatives .in Murphysboro. Leonard Turner called on William William Biowu Sunday afternoon. ! with" Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Jacobs: Mrs Lillie Grammer and crul- dren of Dowell, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beard. UNION HILL Mr. and Mrs. James Matheny visited visited a short while Wednesday evening evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Matli- eny of Dutch Ridge. , Several persons from this vicinity vicinity attended .the funeral Friday of A. J. Smith -which, was hem-at-Orab • Orchard church. I Cy Reeves of Crab Or-.hard, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Canada took dinner Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hagler and assisted them with their butchering. , Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Judd took dinner dinner Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. James Matheny and assisted them with, their butchering. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Canada spent • Sunday with Sir. and Mrs. Tom 'Helms. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hagler of Crowell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Matheny and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Brewer of Crowell, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Canada. Julia Elizabeth Turner spent Sunday Sunday with Beulah .Matheny. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grammer and family visited.'Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Waller of Bates Hill. Ogle Etherton spent part of last week with Albert and -Ray-Greathouse -Ray-Greathouse of Crab Orchard. . Mr. and Mrs. CarlsMatheny liav.e MURPHYSBORO ROUTE I / • By Ella Belle Wayman ' Rev. Hempel callea on Addie Reynolds Saturday morning.. Mr. and Mrs. James Stearns and daughter,.., Mr.""fuid Mrs: Sherman Elliott, Billie'-^Rickersoji.:-of : ' Murphy Murphy sboio and , : Cha's'.,. St-earns of Sikestou, Mo., ••\vere '-Sunday vis- .itdrs at W." IX.'Stearns'." Addie Reynolds,.' ivlio .has. been ill for some time remains improved. improved. Billie Mario of Murphysboro spent the week end. with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCord. McCord. Mrs. Frank Cripps is ill. James (Wild £s 111. Friday earners : at Clarence Wayman's Wayman's -were Mr. and Mrs. C'.rl Tyler' and son >and 'daughter, Cora Crowell, Clarence J.acobs and Geo. McCord. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grain am' children of Carbontfale-'rspent Sun- 'day '.with her- "parents, Mr. and Mrs. J,a.s. Wild. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ihle and child. child. Mil-called'on Mr. and Mrs. Claude "Ozburn .Sunday evening. Franklin McCprd attended the birthday dinner for the twin daughters of Fred Pierson at their -home on N. 20th street, Sunday. Saturday callers at Clarence -W.ayman's were Mr. and Mrs. . Frank McCord and sons, Billie Mario, Carl Carlock, Bill McLaugh. McLaugh. lin, Clarence Jacobs and Mrs. W. T. White. , I

Clipped from The Daily Independent12 Feb 1936, WedPage 5

The Daily Independent (Murphysboro, Illinois)12 Feb 1936, WedPage 5
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