Sugar Hill news
SUGAR HILL By Mrs. F. C. Davis Lebrier, formerly of Sugar Hill district, and Carl ^Thompson, son cf Mrs. Mattie Thompson, near Oraville, -were married last Wednesday. j "^Wilbur LePere and Clarence and 1 Kenneth Whisler -of Ava Route j One-are leaving for camp, Monday, j Krank Pnlcher left last week. j ^ Mrs. Jack Blue, formerly o£ Ava, now living in Arkansas, with her husband, were burning their gar- ' den- off. She was trapped between j tne fire and a strong fence and was -so badly burned that she died in j a!- short time. Mr. Blue was badly j Earned trying ..to save his wife. She was broiight to Ava for burial in the Ava cemetery Wednesday. __" Henry Aubry is in a critical con- ; ditio;i at the home oi' his daughter, Mrs. Tred Reiman on Sugar Hill. J^Jake lliser is suffering from i freart ailments.