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for Chicago and her home. Mrs. W. M. Brandon of Sonefort was here yesterday on account of the death of-her daughter, Miss Jean Brandon, 19 year old S. 1 N U. student, whose death was caused caused by burns suffered December 15. Grandma?'. Hecke of Campbell Hill had the misfortune of falling last Sunday morning and breaking breaking her hip. She is now at St. Andrew's hospital in Mur,physboro., Carl E. Shoaff resumed his duties at the Carbondale Funeral home late today following a few dajs vacation at the home of his par-1 ents, the Rev. and Shoalf, at Zeigler. Those who visited at Gill Edgar's Edgar's Sunday .were: Mr. and Mrs. Luke Strieker, Mr. and Mrs. '-Howard '-Howard Luthy and daughters, Jeannine, Jeannine, Aldene and Marilyn. Mr. arid Messrs William Denham and Fallwell Fallwell of Louisville, Ky., are here in the interest of the conference ot Students ot the Southern Baptist church," which will be held here next week.. The'young men are vis- | iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Johnson. Mrs. John M. Edgar and son, John Cecil, and Mr and Mis. John M\- H^'B i Spcith'and daughters, Norma and Doiothy Wilbur LePere called on his r sister, Mrs. John M. Edgar, short time Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kelly and son, Kenneth, ol near Spaita.'St. and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph Higger-fret son and their mother, Mrs. aud family. INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY 215 East B'.i'Ch street, j Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 11:00 o'clock. Evening worship, 7:30. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. in. "Wednesday. "Wednesday. CHURCH OF CHRIST sons spent Sunday with Einma Cottoin, ] EAST DE SOTO, ROUTS By Marie Farner. Several from this vicinity attended attended the luneial ot Chatt Wednesday of last week. Mr. Skaggs died at his home Monday, Jan. 23rd; at 11:15 a. m. and was taken to the Storme funeral home in Herrin. The body lie in -state 400 West Pecan street. Bible school at 9:30, followed by communion and preaching ser- j there-until the hour of the funeral, vice. Everybody welcome. Wednesday at- 10 a. m. Services were conducted by«the Rev. Adams FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 320 S. 'Normal street. Rev. Chas. N. Sharpe, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:45. Young People's meeting, 6:30. Evening service, 7:30. x SAVIOUR LUTHERAN 506 South Ash street. Walter H.- Schmid, pastor. Morning service, 10:30. Sunday school, 11:15. FIRST METHODIST GREAT 210 W. Main street; Cameron Harmon, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. -Morning worship, '10:45. Epworth League, ti:30 p. in. Evening service, 7:!!0. SUNSHINE VALLEY By Miss Irene Edgar. .»»a..fc-^ J .»..B°« J ..^»*''»">-«"f*"»"»""'-* '•••••'•"••* Ed Russell, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howard Luthy and daughter, Marilyu, attended church at Denmark -Sun- 1 day 'morning. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson and. little daughter, Jo Ann, Mrs. Ed '.Russell, Gill lid gar and Mr. and Mrs. Homer : Russell spent the week-end in East St.. Louis and St. Louis, Mo.. with relatives They ' attended a birthday dinner tor Mrs. Jane McClure of East St. Louis at Ihe / home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heuson. About 25 persons were present. All had a delightful Lime 'and wished Mrs Mc-Clure iiuuiy .more hap'yy birthdays. birthdays. , ' Iva Fern IMg'ar' was. absent from school -Monday on account '• of a cold. . . _ ' i Miss Irene, Edgar is; sufi'eringjia sore Coot from an infected toe.\ She has been unable to walk for the past two . weeks. Mr. and Mrfc John M. Edgar and son • are staying staying at the h'ome of the former. Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt and «r- aud ^ ^over .Davis visit ecl at the Gll) Ert a' ai ' lll ] ule Sal1 " night. HOEI/ONTAL Answer to 1,7U. S. A. Civil War President. 12 Alley. 13 Utility. 15 Mohammedan judge. 16'Hemunerated. 17 Horseflies. 19 Uniting tie. 21 Small hotel. 22 Church dignitary. 24 Stream. 25 Natural power ^ 6 Garden'flower.-..,3 26 Quartz. 23 Chaos. 30 Uncommon. 32 Fairy. 33 Doctor. 34 Pertaining to a wall. 35 Pit. 36 Road. 38 Frugal. 40 Postscript. 41 Exists. - . 43 Inasmuch as. 45 Senior. " 48 Gnawed. 49 Procrastination. Procrastination. 52 52 Small wild 53 Music drama. 55 To appraise... 56 He was a •— by profession. 57 H.e-'freed_- the .' VEETICAL 2 Suave.