1931-12-16 Mrs J B Hookway
Carverville Mr. and Mrs. John Lunceford attending her. school Wednesday evening. Dec. 23rd. Mrs Clarence La Fountain is quite ill. Dr. Burleson of Olivet is Ed Hester who has been working lakes is and family moved last Wednesday from the Martin Boysen farm i O n a boat on the great near the Lake of the Woods to a | home. house west of the Curtis school, k Merrill Mather, helped J. B. Mr. Lunceford will farm onions for Hookway put a new roof on a barn O. L. Hubbard next year. * 1 Saturday. and Mrs. C. La Fountain , Mrs. L. A. Page of Marshall call- visited relatives in and Wednesday •Mr. and children Hooper Tuesday of last week. Friends from Estabrook and L?e Center me,t with Miss KiCtie Wallace Wallace Tuesday evening. Dec. 8th. It was a surprise for Miss Wallace it being- her birthday. A co-operative supper was served. 'J. B. Hookway attended the milk producers meeting Friday afternoon afternoon at the tee Center town hall. Mrs. J. B. Hookway is in Battle Creek' this week taking treatment for her nerves. Charles Large who has been visiting visiting relatives in Hooper return 3d home Saturday. Moses DeCant is breaking UD some new muck land near Eaton Rapids. Charles Large is helping him. Gladys Van Arman visited , the Kibler , school Monday afternoon. There will be .a, Christmas- tre° and program at t ne Carvervillc ed on Mrs. J. B. Hookway Monday | afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huddel- , brink and daughter of Doster were at their farm Monday. Their farm was n, part of the J. B. Hookway place. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hogle enter- | tained Sunday for dinner Mr. and j Ma's. Charles Hogle of Lee Center. | Louise Hogle of Battle Creek and Wayne Hookway of Marshall. • Mr. and Mrs. Claude Van Arman and daughters spent Sunday after noon noon with Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield in Lee Center. Glenn ! ADRIAN, Dec. sus has revealed Adrian in need of assistance during during the .holiday period. More than 125 of them will be cared for by citizens who have volunteered to do so rather than contribute baskets. baskets. 16.—<U.R)—A cen- 314 families in.