Mrs M F Manning, Mrs Nick Wilson (Carrie) and Mrs Louise Reynolds
FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1928 Baley. Mrs* Baley and Mr. and Mrs. Walter will go to St. Louis to visit retatlves until Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. Walter will return home to Kansas City and Mrs. Baley will return to Wood River. It has been ten years since Mrs. Balcy and Mr. Bray, who are brother and sister have met, as Mr. Bray has been mnWng his home in California. Miss Eteanorc Spark and Miss Mary Spark left for Streater, 111. to spend the week-end. Mrs. M. E. Wilson left yesterday for her homo in Whltlnn, Ind., after n ten dny visit with her sister, Mr*. M. F. Manning of Ninth street, Mrs. Paul aermlck has returned to her homo in Whiting, Ind., nfter visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Baciy. Mrs. Louise Reynolds arrived today from Shreveport, Louisiana, for a ten dny visit with her cousin, Mrs. M. F. Manning nnd family. Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Bray "and Mr! nnd Mrs. Fred Cnrlinc nnd Miss Winnldred Bray of Scottsville, III, i\re spending the week-end with Miss Bray's mint, Mrs. O. P. Miller. Mrs. E. W. Wolf of Ferguson ave- niie has been confined to her homo by illness since last Tuesday. Sha Is somewhat improved. THE BEASON The reason MAJESTY SHOEPEO CORN Is so delicious is that it is Sweet Corn separated whoie-Rralr" from the cob. Have your grocer'' you a dozen cans.