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MUHPHYSBORO EAGLES DEFEAT DEFEAT JOHN'STON CITY jyiuvphysboro Eagles club defeated tho Johnston -City club af No. 9. park Sunday, 15-4. Quito a few people witnessed the, game. NEW SON ARRIVED AT JOHN MAYNARD'S HOME "Mf. and Mrs. Jlohn Maynard o)! Nortfi'12th Street am announcing Inn arrival ot a bouncing baby boy, who arrived at their homo Sunday morning morning at 10:30 o'clock. JOHN M. HERBERT TAKES • VACATION, LEAVES MONDAY • • John M. Herbert, president of the First National bank, will leave Monday Monday night'for 1 three weeks' vacation lit his Hummer home in Washington IstiincVWis. He will bo accompanied by Mrs. 'Herbert, their daughter, Miss Hoftense, and Mrs. Emma B. Waller. SURPRISE DINNcR IN HONOR OF JEFF EAST SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs, J. East, residing; two miles southwest of Murphyflboro, gavu a surprise dinner Sunday in honor ol! Iheir son, Jeff East, who celebrated his 20th birthday. The- surprise was complete, and everyone spent a delightful delightful day. At noon dinner, was nproad on tables which were arranged on the lawn. AJjout a hundred guseM were present. Mr. East is bookkeeper, for the Dlmond Motor Sales company here. '•"•.„ pa Henry Slueven, all oC 1 St. Louis;. Additional guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Martin PL'au and 1 children, Wilbur Wilbur and Elonora, Mr. and'Mrs. Joe .Stueven,-part of the St. Louis'party, e'n route to iVIurphysboro Saturday evening, got on the wrong road and •the rond being bad they happened to •an accident. The.sedan of John Steu- ve'n turned over. Mr, S'tuevoii received received a severe cut to his left hand and Miss Esther Hollman, a passenger in .the car, suffered bruises. Mr. St.ue- von was later attended by a Mtirphys- boro physician. Their condition is not serious. Misses Lorcria and Vilou King returned home 4 "with the party. They had been. to St. Louis to'attend the funeral fo Mrs.'Henry 'Hollman. WALTER GRIFFITH OF ELLIS • GROVE DIED IN GRAND TOWER Walter Gri filth ol! 13111s Grove, near Cheater, died in Grand'Tower Sunday morning about (i:00 o'clock. Mr. Grit'- Htli had gone to Grand Tower and .was employed with the Union Bridge Construction Co. which is ere'cting the power plant for the C, 1. P. S. on the Mississippi River north of Grand Tower, The deceased is survivQd by Ills wife. The body was consigned to Ellis :Grovo Monday morning for burial. MRS, MIKE SCHUMAKER ENTERTAINED ENTERTAINED FRIDAY P. M. AUTO-POLO GAME AT-• > TRATED A LARGE, RO'WD The' 1 '- auto-polo game which ' 'was played by Buchanan and Baker, nfc Twini'City park Sunday afternoon,-attracted afternoon,-attracted a large crowd despite the sultry sultry Hyeather. , :f JP s he ' game started shortly before 3-: W; o'clock and was played between* aft V American and British. After several Vlmjtes hard playing the American wftu'lN.-. /The game, was quite exciting, 'the -qars would.collide and occasionally a. nfrjv wheel''had to be replaced. ' The game" was given under the auspices of the Alumni Association of the M."T.'H. S. The auto-polos will play in 'Herrlu next Sunday. The Miriam Rebckah Sowing Circle, Circle, hvet at the home of .Mrs. Mike Schumaker Friday afternoon. Reg- lilar business was transacted and the ^afternoon was largely' spent in sewing sewing quilt patterns, which was followed followed by a dainty lunchono- to fourteen )f the members. Mrs. Liazio Schumaker Schumaker was a vi&.Upr from Du Quoin. Lydia Hart was elected to entertain at the next regular meeting, which will be held at her home July 20. All had a very enjoyable afternoon, de- 'daring Mrs. Schmuaker a very capa- .-ble . hostess. ' MR. AND MRS. JOHN BUNSELMY- ' ER OF CORA ENTERTAINED FAMILY REUNION AT •' . CHAS. F. KING'S HOME A family reunion wa» en joyed. Sun- (t'.y at the home OP Charles F. King, 1 fliG North.Sth street hy relatives,- The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.'Martin Hollman : and daughter Esther/ Mr/ and Mrs. William HnrtbrtbergoV and children, Elsie, Viola, Dorthy and Walter, John Stueven, sister Ella O'Banton and daughter Ijorurin, Mr: and Mrs. Charles F. Kliig and daugh : ters, Florence and Viola, and ''GramK Mr. and: Mrs,-'John Bnnselmyer of Cora City Vevb- ;host and hostess td an elaborate d hi tier at 'their home; Sunday, for' Murphysborp 'relatives and relatives from other clt{e8.:^Thq party declared it was' one of 'tlVe'best .dinners they had attended-/' lately. .Among the good oats were" chicken ami good country ham. The Mur-. physhoro guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herring- and • children, Anna Rose and Harry, Mr. and Mrs, Harry OMBanion, .Tb'hn Klawer, Mr, arid Mrs. K. T, Kilby,, Additional guests wore Mr. and i\U% Dave Rm-ilv ing and-daughters, MrtW : fbid- Mar-' gareit find-son ••lolin, Mrs. S. J. Houlle, and daughters; Dorthy, Geraldin'e and Evlyn, Miss Evlyh Greenvaum, all oJ! West Frankfort, Mss 1 Christine Eckhoff Eckhoff of St. Louis, Mr. and- Mrs. Johir Iteinbokol: and daughter Wilrna and son Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anghouse Anghouse and daughters, E'vlyir and Worthy, Worthy, and Hons, Melvin -and George, of Cora City! The Murphysboro party made the trip by motor. '

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 09 Jul 1923, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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