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'^THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1955 KELL NEWS The funeral of Mrs. Patty (Ril- ty) Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riley, was held Mon- Jay at 2:30 p.m. at the Kell Baptist Church, whore she had been I member several years. Patty died Wednesday in Moline hospi- fct" of polio. She was 25 years old. She leaves her husband. Parker; two daughters, Lorrie, 3 ind Jenifer, 2, and a little 6- montha old son, Stephen; her father and motl -ier, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riley and a host of relatives and friends. Rev. Billy Purdue, son of Mr. and Mre, OrviUe Purdue, officiated. Russell Wayne Davis was the singer. Patty will bo missed, especially by hsr loved ones. Our sympathy goes out to them. Mrs. Alice Simmons was able to visit the doctor's office in Mt. Vernon one day this week. We are glad to note the improve- A/EtV for e-^» onomy Free Coupon good en n«xt King SIza purchaa* JACKSON & MARTIN 2210 College ^ Phone 1510 ment in her condition. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDaniel. Don, Gary and Vicki, visited Thursday evening With Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McDaniel in Mt. Vernon. The County Line road is closed as it has been recently oiled. Janie McDaniel is still visiting in Paducah, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meeker and son, Dennis of Mattoon, visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Alcis and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bub Alvis visited at a Mt. Vernon hospital Saturday, wher her mother, Mrs. Abe Lisenby is a patient. There were 48 in attenrance at Kell Methodist Church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hawkins visited with i-elatives in the northern part of the state last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Tate and son of DuQuoin, spent the weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Purdue were Sunday dinner guests in the Johnny Boozer home. Ronnie Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hawkins, was united in marriage Saturday evening to Miss Wilma Meadows, at the home of the bride. A charivari and shower will be held for them Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hawkins. They are honeymooning in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDaniel, Gary and Vicki, \isitcd Sunday afternoon with the Bill Hodge family. A group of young people of this community participated in a hayride Monday night. We were grateful for the nice rain we received this week. Mr. and Mi-s. D. A. Ferguson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDaniel and family Monday evening. It 's hord to get o high school Student to stoy home long enough to help his porents with his home*

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  1. Mt. Vernon Register-News,
  2. 29 Sep 1955, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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