BIRDSEYE MISS GLORIA PAWORI i : „ . . : The following were called here on account oi the death of Mrs. Mary Limp: Claude and Charles Dona- hue of Indianapolis, Mrs. Claude Beiter of Jasper, Mr. and Mrs., John Limp of Orleans-, Mr. and Mrs. James Limp of Lebanon, and Mr. and Mrs. George Limp of Massillon, Ohio. i Holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andry were: Mrs. Paul Williamson, Ray Wright and Mr. and Mrs. William Irvin, all of In- dianapolis and Mrs. Herb Trusty and son of New Albany. , Mrs. Fred Peterson of Franklin is visiting her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Parten- heimer, and daughters, Carolyn and Bonna. Misses Alva Mae and Margie Peak of Louisville spent the holidays j with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. tion with her mother, Mrs. W. K., Wells and brother, Edwin Wells. - Mi’s. Ed H. Dufendach and daugh- j ter, Ha^el and Alice of Hunting- Scot, burg were Sunday guests of Mr. and j Mrs. L. Df. Mitchell and daughter j Edith. Herbert Sabel of Evansville, a for- Grover Peak Miss Lucy Alice Wells of Chicago Chicago is spending her spring vaca- I mer teacher in the high school, was here Tuesday. Corporal Gene King, who is i stationed in Tovko. Japan is home; | on a thirty day leave, visiting his | I ; j Mrs. Brown and sons Gene anr nn, of Euvnsv.lle spen the 10 . 1 - ; lavs with her parents Ifcir. and Mrs John Eckert. Marlene and Carol Grigsby of ‘,™1 A. ,a'\ V,1‘ 'JiTII \unt and Uncle, Mi. and Mrs. Tom .'iHrtason. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ma-cUe'j were, Mr. and Mis j Toward Mad ley and daughter . m - i ir' a^ce Sharon of In- 1 anapoUs. and Mr- and -Irs. ;«• Bland ot Jelfersonrille and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Newton of j \ English. Miss Blanche Eckert of Evansville Evansville is visiting her sister. Mrs, Charles Andry and Mr. Andry. Wesley Grant .and Miss Sally Atkins visited in Evansville. Sunday Miss Mabel Holzboe returned from Louisville. She has employ: employ: ment at General Electric in TTunt- ipgburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Grant made •i business trip to Louisville Samuel Patmore attended the , wedding reception held at the Rus- Hc Tavern Wednesday in. honor of Russell Arensman and Connie Schewrs Holiday- quests of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Grant were: Messrs. and | Mesdames Ralph Mvers. Douglas Grant and Clare Milbrath all of Indianapolis stray* Week, end'guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; fames Jackson and Mrs. Marv >Tel- ; son were: Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bax- ter and son. and Jack Nelson al' i of Indianapolis. Miss Mildred Lane visited Mr | 'ind Mrs. Farl Coble and familv of Celestine, Sunday. Miss Bettve Ridenour of Evansville Evansville spent the week end with her narents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ridenour and daughter, Shirlev. Miss Corrine Eckert and Roland Austin of Indianapolis spent the, we^k end with her parents, Mr. and — — - Mrs. Fred Eckert. Thomas Tussev and Mr. and Mrs.! I.eo Tussev and family of Indiana- polis spent the week end with their mother. Mrs. Margaret Tussey and UfT grand daughter. Linda Lee Tussey. Mr. and Mrs. James Kellems of1 T ebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wal- ters and sons of Bloomington ’’i^ited friends here over the holi- days. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wills and daughters. Linda and Cathy, of SandV>rn visited her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Andry, Sunday. Holiday guests of Mrs. Nannie' Fckert were: M»* and M>-s. Andrv and Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin Eckert and son, Mickey, of Boonville. Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Andrv and .children, Elsie Lee and Ralph visited visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M^Kim of Bristow. The Junior class held their re- centicn Saturdav at Santa Claus T.nnd in honor of the class of 1950. Mr. and Mr>. George Ramsey ”id ^hiHren. Georgia I vnn and Pondv Lee and M”. and M*-s. Guv rhomnson nil of Tndianapolis snent ‘he 've°V: ^nd with TV'Tr. and Mrs Rudolph Jackson and family.