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and ENTERTAINS FOR GRANDDAUGHTER AT WOODSON HOME Church Group» Plan for Meetings This Week; Other Woodson News Mrs Jack Steinmetr entertained at a partv on Saturday afternoon In honor o t her little granddaughter, Caroline Jean Lonergan. on her fifth birthday Mrs. Stemmetz was assisted in entertaining by her daughters. Those present were Helen Henry. Viola Mae Smith, Lucille Irlam Alma Ella Mae Marietta M**fftnM»n Virginia Darwent, Arena Vanda E’.eanor Butler, Mary Aiiee Tarrweil, Louise Henry. Leona, Eioise and Helen Lonergan. of Murravvllle and Alice Ricks ol Jacksonville. They enjoyed the afternoon socially rnd at the close ol the afternoon the hostess» served individual cakes adom- «d with candles apd ice cream in the *hape of turkvrs and pumpkins. The httle guest of honor received several nice gift*. To I ntertain swirl» Mrs R C. Meggtnaon wiil entertain the ladies aid society of the Christian caurch at tier home here on Tuesday afternoon Mrs Eltrabeth Henry will have charge ol the program The roll call will be answered with a verse ol scripture giving the word “thank* " The assistant hostesses will be Mrs Luella Shirley, Mrs. Fanny llarney, Mrs. LtuUle Smith. Mrs. Gladys Rafferty, Mr- Bess Thtes. and Mrs Mabel Megginson. The Woodson Woman's club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Edw . Irlam on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Roll call will be a Thanksgiving menu. 'Hie Oolden Rule Bible class of the Christian church wiU hold their regular monthly meeting and a pot-luck luncheon at the church on nett Friday evening at mx * thirty far the members and their families. After the luncheon a miscellaneous program will be given, including a play» let. Ail members and their families are urged to be present. Xe«s Briefs The many friends here of Sam Butler are grieved to learn of his serious illness at Our Saviour's hospital at Jacksonville Miss Frances Thompson, of Jacksonville. is spending the week-frnd here with her grandmother. Mrs Sadie Gallagher, and other relatives. Mm Wilma Jackson, of near Nortonville is a gue»t of her ?ister. Mrs Edward Irlam. this week Mr and Mrs. Edward Irlam and family and Miss Wilma Jackson expect to spend Sunday at Beardstown with Mrs. lrlam s sister Mrs. Willard spencer and Inmily Mr and Mrs Georae Harney and Mrs Edgar Basham and little daughter. of Jacksonville, visited recently j at the home of the latter* parents. Mr and Mr*. R C Meggmson and family, Frien<%* here extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs John Leslie Henry, who were married here this morning at the home ol Rev. R V. Callaway. Miss Dorothy Butler has been ii* during the past few days and has i«een kept from her school duties Miss Marian Nance, of Jacksomille, is a week-end guest here with her mother Mrs. Lennie Nance, and her friend. Miss Dorothy Steinmetx. Martin Lonrrgan reports his father is quite ill at his home in Jacksonville Mrs Mabel Grander Williams of Arkansas. Is here for a visit with her mother. Mrs, Lucy Grander, who is ill at Passat ant hospital in Jacksonville Memoers of the Legion auxiliary from here who attended the district meet at Beardstown on Thursday were district director. Mrs John Dowling. Mrs. S. F Sooy. Mrs. William Lxmergan, and Mis* Margaret Walsh. Ray Winters, ol Jacksonville, spent several days vtsiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Georirr Winter.«- ol near here Rev and Mrs. R V Callaway and Mrs John Dowling. Miss Haxe! Green and Mr and Mrs N H Crain, and Mrs. Harriet Smith attended the Missionary convention held at Jack‘ sonville this week Ci.lt.BRATi. \NSIMRv\RV Pans. Ill . Nov 14 --(*>>— Thoma-, Benton Shoaff and his wile, prom- ment Illinois residents will celebrate thetr 60th wedding anniversary tomorrow at their Shelbyvilie home, where Shoaff publishes the Shtlb\ County Leader. He is a grajidson of Dennis F Shoanks. who claimed relationship with Abraham Lincoln Shoaff is the oldest active newspaper publisher in the state, being 84 years old He has engaged in the newspaper business for 70 years destined are the same they practicality. to accept is forced it they complicated. At experienced difference costume anyother similitude of composition Every principle clothes to make despite fantasy restrained Skirts, vogue be introduced In a it is In dissimulated is Where concerned way $25 The Lindy Kin Urged For President The government of the Union of South Africa will aid merchants in the enforcement of agreements made with those buying on installments. NOT« » Jacksonville Journal: I was not the author of the lettei appearing in the Jacksonville Journal re^aiding Armistice Day and signed Mis. L E McKee" Will you please publish this statement? Yours very truly. Mrs Lulu M^Kec, Toll chief operator. Toe Illinois Telephone company.