George Jackson funeral
Murrayville Mrs. X. T. Fox entertained at six o'clock dinner Saturday evening in honor of her niece Miss Mary Jane Moore of Sinclair. The guest list included included the Misse“ Margaret Mawson. Martha Symons and Virginia Jones. Rev. and Mrs, A. f!. Was sell returned returned home Monday from Shipman where they were called Friday by the death of hi* aunt. Quite a large number of relatives and friends frOrn out of town attended attended the funeral of <icorge Jackson here Wednesday of last week, among whom were Mr. and-'Mrs. Clarence Jackson St. Louis; Mr. anil Mrs. John Mans- I field, Scottvillf; Carl E. Robinson, George Riggs. W. T. Reaugh. Mrs. ■ H. C. Busby, Mrs. fid die Henry. Wil- I liam Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Roy 1 Jackson, Jacksonville; Mrs. Clyde I Jackson and daughters Vera Bernice and Lueile, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mutch ¡Manchester; Leonard Blakeman. Jerseyville; Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Roy <¡ee of ¡Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. John Jack son*. Mr. and Mrs. Robt Fanning and i Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Henry, Nortonville; Nortonville; and Mr*. Hester Hutchins of ! Jersey ville. Miss Margaret Maw son entertained | at a "Watch party” at her home here Saturday evening. The hours were ! very pleasantly spent with music land games, and during the time refreshments refreshments «ere served. Those includ j ed in the company were: Misses Marj Marj tha Symons. Mary Jafte Moore, Virginia Virginia -Jones and Margaret Mawson, Messrs. Maurice Strang, James Hayes. Teddy and Robert Wright. , H. L. Owings of Woodson was a business visitor here Monday. Mr-. . H. Mason of Jacksonville spent New Years Day with her sis- I ter Mrs. T. K. McCarty and hu* j hand. Mrs. Anna Lamb, who was injured I iti an automobile accident Xmas Day. ft ill remains quite poorly at the home of her sister in Jacksonville. Her injuries injuries proved more serious than at ¡first thought. The 1 (». o. F. met Monday eve niiiK and held their installation of • officers. The following wore installed: V i i.■ - X. ( . ( arlson. \ tJ. W. Worralls. I’e|-ording -wretary—t!uy Smith. Financial secretary—T. (». Beadles. Treasurer Alfred l^amb. j Warden - i.eorge McAlister. < ondm tor- W. K. AlcKean. R. S. X <■ -J T W a reify !.. S. X. (.eorge Tannahill , 1!. v V. il.—Fred Simpson. Mrs. resident Sunday the •after weeks. She j since »Itc.rhd tion, ! was Eliza Wayne ls-><>, (oiley, 1. months The and was son her "I o born, It I Kinnett sons i came i been Her home ■ loved of vote«! Î beh In member tan j coming her Mrs. Third artist C M Fanning was a bilsinens \ i - it , j I or in VW>od&un luesdny. i Allred Lamb made a business trip : to Hood house Tuesday. Air. and Mrs. .lames Finch and Mr. ’ ! and Mrs. Wayne Lntriken of Jackson- ii wile «tended the funeral service- for j : I lioma- Fnt rikeri at the lkiptist 1 church here Wednesday of last week L. ( Collins Sr. of Palmyra i- visiting visiting at the home of his son L. C. t ol- lins Jr. and family tiri* week 1 Howard Spainhotrer of Alton is j \isiting his grandmother Mrs. Marv K. \\ right. Mrs. II. Strang« tmt erta i t\ed t lieti rnemliers of the ■school faculty ;tt sup[*»r Tuesday evening. The corn , pan\ included Prof. U>iUe. Miss Ruth Staff. Miss Ruby Ice. Mis, Myra Bobbitt, Mrs. Ada Barton, Mi*< Louise i.oilier and Miss Ruth Fitzsimmons.! The W. H. M. S. will ifte«*t Fridavj evening -Ian. *! wph Miss Stella t uri- nincham. Miss Margaret Beadles and brother. Byron, spent the holidays with rela tivi in Jacksonville. Murrayville Rebekall Lodge No. 7'^ ( «ill hold their installation of offi.er- . I’ue-day evening Jan. 10.