ROUTE FIVE Miss Ethel Harrington, Helen Will, Claude Flosvers and Frank Hunter vent to tho Marion Fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Will Jr. left Sunday rnorninp for Laplata and Milan, Mo., to visit lior cousin and sister. From there they will go to Emmett, Idaho, to visit her father and hie uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R B. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Meadows of Hurst spent Saturday night and Sunday with her pacrnts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Will Sr. Those who spent Sunay with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Will Sr. were. Mrs. Sarah Rude, Mrs. Arah Hill( Mrs- Carl Schott, Mr. and Mrs. Georg Breedcn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Wil Mr. and Mrs. Cornin Wright, Mr. ant Mrs. Rllcy Meadows, Mr. and Mi Raymond Arondoll, Mr. and Mrs. CHn ton Davln, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Isluun Sam, Ray, Glenn, Luster, Will, Josepl and George; Meadows, Harold Breeden Kenneth Wright, 'Win, Davis Jr., Eai and Albert Arondull; MJSHOH Non and Mary ElixabetJi Will, JuaniU Boasloy, Sylvia and Florence Gertrude Meadows, Mario and Nellie Ma Wright, Opal Arendell, Gladys Davis Mrs. Arah Will and Nora and Sam Will helped Grant Will thresh last Tuesday. Miss The]ma Will spent Tuesday in Hurst with her sister, Mrs. Riley Meadows. Uncle Henry Nausley is very bad sick. Mrs. Emma Osburn left Thursday for Herrin .where, she will, visit tier daughter, Mrs, Roy Yatee. From there she will go to Centralia to hare hoi- eyes treated. PULLTIGHT CORNER Mrs. Leota Cagle and Mrs, Corn Reeves of AIurphyHboro spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. L.