CUTLER By Mrs. C. E. Monteith Relatives and friends from Cutler Cutler attending, the James Bradley funeral at Murphysboro Thursday, included: Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander,- Alexander,- Mr. and Mrs: B«rt Alexander, Alexander, Mrs. Walter Fulton,,Mrs. Bert Mclutyre, Frank Spragu«, Fred 'Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley, Bradley, Everette McClure, Mesdaroes Tom Benedict, r Clara Heine, Belle Richmond, Lydia McClure, Alice Monteith, Lydia Burke, Helen Wilson, Wilson, Sadie Eldridge, Rachel 9^d- erick, Elsie Cottbrn, Mr. and .Mrs. H. Harding,- Mr. and Mrs. 'John Knop. Relatives and friends attended the funeral rites " of Mrs. Albert Davis at Du Quoin _Friday. Her husband was sheriff of Perry county county for a number of years. She leaves besides her husband, one : daughter .and one son surviving. Mrs. Everett Thompson was hostess hostess Monday evening -to .a. large group of friends with a Stanley Brush Party. Games were played. Mrs. Helen Wilson plans to /have a Stanley party in October. Marshall and Blair Mclntyre, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mcln- tyre of Cutler were severely injured-Sunday injured-Sunday evening'enroute from Swanwich to th'eir home at Cutler. They .were-riding, their- motorcycle on a rock road and turned.,over and crashed through a fence while rounding a curve. .The boys, -stu- j dents at Pinckneyville high school received .many cuts and bruises and are recuperating at the Sparta hospital. hospital. • Perry County W. .C. T. .U.^ Convention Convention will be held at Cutler U. P. Church Friday, September, 2Gth, with Mrs. C, E-. Monteith . the county president, presiding. Mrs. W. C. Malau and , Miss Lillian Brown have charge of the worship period. The Rev. Charlie -kerning will give the address in the afternoon, afternoon, on the subject, "Youth and the Liquor Problem," The Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Riciiardson will -provide special music with The R«v. T. C. i-Iay.in charge of: the prayer.period. Mrs. F. M. Norton will have charge of the closing period. Mr. au'd Mrs. Denver Seyferth, accompanied by his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Seyferth, of Vergennes, Vergennes, spent the past week-end with his brother, son and family at Chicago, Mrs. John Pugh, Mrs. Tom .Benedict .Benedict and daughter. Dolores, and son Russell and grandson Ronnie and Bernell Brown spent the week end with the Cobb relatives at Clinton, 111. Mrs./Johnnie Pugh-will-entertain the Maud Godfrey Missionary So- I ciety members of the U, P. Church ' at her home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Longwith of Sparta have bought property from Harvey Freeman and moved here this week. The-liuge chysanthemum belongs- 'to' : the same family as the' field daisy.