Udell ! By Mrs. H. B. Spring j Mr. and Mrs. Will Roger Hauck returned to Morgantown, W. Va., Wednesday after spending their vacation vacation at the Rev. B. D. Hinegardner Hinegardner home here. Mrs. Berniece Minnick and sons of Moulton spent New Years day afternoon at the Ralph Pfannebecker Pfannebecker home. Rev. and Mrs. B. D. Hinegardner and Mary Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Spring Doyle and Darlene spent w Years day at Alvin Spring lome. Mrs. Mae Morlan, Mr. and Mrs. Lorance Morlan, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cecil Morlan, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morlan pent Thursday evening at the Joe Moore home, watched the old year out and New Year in. Spending Thursday evening at Lionel Spring home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Selix and sons and Russell Spurgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Houser .pent Thursday afternoon and night and Friday at the Merle Houser home in Beacon. Mr. Houser Houser came home Friday evening but Mrs. Houser remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murdy spent Saturday evening at the Ora Powell Powell home. Funeral services will be at Fairview Fairview Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Paul Hornaday of Los Angeles, Calif., who died .there after being in a coma sice Sept 19 when he was critically injurec in an auto accident. Paul was the oldest son of the late John anc Mary Price Hornaday, born near Udell where he spent his early life before going to Des Moines where he attended Drake University later living in Missouri for a time but for many years a California resident. He is survived by his wife, Constance, a daughter Rox anna, four grandchildren, four sis ters, Mrs. Ruth Ingmand, Red Oak la., Mrs. Florence Summers, Tar kie, Mo., Mrs. Belle DeBruler, Cin cinnati, O., and Lou Hornaday o San Fransico, and three brothers Ward and Beecher of Joplin, Mo and Quinn of Sail Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dale White an< Dick Caylor drove to Iowa City Sunday to =>ee Mrs. Caylor an little »on Dale who is very ill i the hoopitfels there. Baby Jeffrey White stayed with the Glenn Mat thews family.