Sunshine Valley News con't
Qgal Hagler of Makanda speqt last" week assisting his 'uncle,' Bob Tuttle. ' "' '" " ':_ ' Mr. and. Mrs. Robt. Tuttle and son, Clarence., and : Herbert Tray- elstead, spent Sunday' evening with Mr. and 'Mrs. Floyd Tuttje and children. " " ...... " Mr. and Mrs. Elta Lip.e .and children are spending ^rpost of the time \vith ber iripther, >t»lrs. Bell Lipe, Avhp is .finite ill with blood poison, but is better. Mr. ami.' ;Mrsl Rudolph Lipe spent Sunday night with Mrs. Bill Ljpe. :' • POMONA • By Willard Fleming Mr. and Mrs. .Eric Pirtle and children of Granite City spent a few days last week with'friends and relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ethei- wpxk for several daysmen account of'rheumatism "in lus 1$& foot." William bottom 'returned h'ome July'Srd from Aledo, III, where he has b'ee'n employed on "a farm for some time. Miss Loreue Edgar spent' -Sunday -nth. 1 " Misses Edre.la and Roberta Bi'gham. Mr. an'd Mis. Homer Russell spent Sanday with Mr and Mrs Harry Tessie'r. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Egbert and children of East St. "Louis are visiting -witli her sister'and' brother- in-law, Mr and Mrs Henry. Weilin, of near benmark. Rev. O. E..Myerscougl[, pastor of the Denmark church''sp«nt Sunday with "Mr/ and Mrs. Fred Schupbach and family. John. Edgar Jr. spent Sunday with Walter Russell. William Casteel passed through i this 'vicinity Sunday afternoon. ivirs Abe Speith anc. daughter, ton and family spent Sun'day with.MisS Gladys and Miss Mabel and relatives at Cambria. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blankenship of Murphysboro spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Etherton. Mr. and Mrs, Bvyan Freeman of near Reynoldsville spsnt WeJ liiesday'with Mr. and Mrs. James ] Freeman. Oran Lindsoy ot Granite City ivas here on a short visit last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cutter of Ohio :vre visiting with IIHI- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Phillips. Mrs. Ada Wills and son of Murphysboro spent the week end •with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Bsysden. Jake Milliken, who is employed at Pontiac, Michigan, is here visiting his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Frew ot Murphysboro spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crowell. Mr. and Mrs. Ogle" Etherton's baby is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warfield- of nd Irene Edgar and daughter;. Iva Fern, helped Mrs. Ray" Speith of Willisville, cook for threshers Wednesday afternoon. Church was well attended at Denmark Sunday morning, but not so many Sunday night on account of. -weatlier CENTRAL Granite City spent the week e with friends aind relatives here. Mrs. Mary Messamore of Granite City is' visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tripp aiicl j son, Hubert, spent Saturday uisht with Mr. and Mrs. Ogle Ethertoa t,i Cave Valley. By H. U. Ccovy Guests at the home of 44- e3 ^ ^ul- livan Sunday were Edgar Rees and family, Mrs. Will Rees an'd'' daughter Mamie, Mrs, Pplly Adams", and Roy Crow. Guests at the home of Herman Crow Sunday we're Serf Hill 'an'd family' and Noah Bagwell and family. Wesley Sullivan and Paul Hannah of South Bend.'lnd., are here visiting for a few days with home folks. '' There will .be preaching at. Central the third Sunday at'll':D.O a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Frank Yea'rian and family whp have been spending a few day; with Henry Crow and family returned 'to their home in Murphysboro. SUNSHINE VALLEY' By Miss Irene Edgar Dcntop Williams' barn burned dovra,-Wednesday'evening, July 3 at S p. in. The cause of fire being from combustion of green hay. Several bushels of grain were destroyed but most all of their machinery was saved. Several from this community attended the 4t)i of July celebration atl'Staeleville. •'..,-.. Earl Cottom has been unable to See Silvey's colored Minstrels at the Carnival tonight. They are a It Yon Ha IZZY SPELLS St*s year fliver.