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03 ? liJ3 7sy. school superinlendent's door close. Here •* There 7c Goiaiield— Pete Rodriqu ez o£ Clarion and Al Rodriguez are spending several days this week in Stllson—Louis Sweer accompa- and Mrs ^uuis srnmt, on a vacation trip to visit friends in Montana. GoldfieW—C: A. Hartley of Laurens, is a guest at the home of his daughter, Mrs. M. Zuald, this w week. Chester—Mr. Kelly Black Mrs. John at 2* M« w Mrs. Hockens and in a trip through the and Denver, Colo, Cedar—Miss Gilbert of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Gilbert a " d taught in the n schools of Blythe, Cal., in 1945. Goodetl— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voetman and Paul Gary of Tripoli T with her ns, the Theodore Kemps, and with his folks in Graet linger. Chapin— Several from here went to Hampton to attend the funeral services of Mrs. H. O. Mordicfc who was a resident of the Chapin community for many years. . Kanawha 1 — William Conrad, who is employed at a country club in Denver, Colo., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Conrad TVT 2 Siwtnes— The Rev. and Mrs. C. Dana Boggie and children, Nancy and Johnny spent a few at r .. " o and Mrs. Rose Chisholm of Mason City, is to leave Friday morning for his -base at Baltimore, Md and is then booked to sail from New York, Sept. 7, for Frankfort Germany. Dougherty— Miss Grace O'Donnell and da and am