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4, lioine :o£ SotiusteT Mr. .and MCT. Mr. STRIIffiTOWN >By Melva .Johnston aud Mrs. Bill (Emert .and M.rs. • Walter Emert visited Andy Johnston '-Friday. 'Melva and "Walter Jr., Johnston.: visited Ruby and Junior 'Cluster, Sunday afternoon. Virgil and -Jess Simpson visited Will Cluster, -Sunday. Billy.and Ray Pike called at Ray Rotfing/'s, Sunday., and he was not, at.^iome. Mrs. 'Hattie- Pike -and children motored to Ava Sunday -evening. A. J. Johnston spent Sunday: with ihis sisters, MM. -Bill Emerti and Mrs. Williams. : ^Deacon Smith 'is going in business business "at 'Cora City. Alfred and 'Herman 'Koch motored motored through our 'vicinity Sunday. MT. -and Mrs. 'ZeiiiB 'McMeen iin,l Children 'motored -through -our vicinity, -Sunday. "Mr. and Mrs. Clint Dilday have 'moved Into their new house. "Mr. 'and 'Mrs. W. F. Jo'hnston made a 'business 'trip "to Cora Cit) 'Thursday. Gus YOIIIIR" motored down fron Chester to visit'home folks. There w.ill ibe a supper nl Buchannan school Friday night. :morninjg at Abe ^S •Paul l>eifer»nd sister, '.Clara, and Theoffore ..Hecke and sister :Ruby -isited Ruby Rathert Sunday night. Misses : Lorene 'Edgar, Ruth Cot- torn, .and CRuby -Hecke, visited the school Friday afternoon. Miss Mabel Berg, -is the teacher. Miss Gladys Speith spent Sunday wittt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Valerius and family. Howard Luthy called on his lady friend Lorene Edgar, Sundav night . BANDY TOWN By Mrs. Harry 'Walker .Mrs. Mae Elliott Ot Rose Hilland Hilland Miss .Juauita Walker of Murphysboro Murphysboro spent Monday with their- sister, Miss Helen Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T.robaugh and little.son, of Paducali, Ky., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Will Crow ell. •Mr. -and Mrs. A-lva -PhillipB are moving to 'Bush . Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Rowald are moviiiK auto "the farm 'belonging tot Mrs. C. 'E. Nausley. Mr; and Mrs. GhaS. Runion o£ Hel'rin spent-Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Cvowell. DUTCH RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jennings of Indiana spent Monday in-'this community, community, calling on old friends and relatives. Elder S. H. Nance -attended the funeral of Tin! lipe -.near Matthew, 111., Tuesday. Church services were fairly well attended here over the week end. The four months old sou ot Mr. and Mrs. Marion Meltou oC Etherton Etherton -was laid to rest" in the cemetery cemetery here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Miller returned returned .from Detroit, Mich., .Saturday, .Saturday, after -residing in that city most of -the summer. Raymond Eiherton and family entertained as -guests Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. Lewis .Hagler and -Elder Throgmorton. Bernard Robinson and family of Murphysboro spent the -week cud witli relatives here. O. H. -Innian 'of Vandalia and Mr. and Mrs. *Chas. Inmaii spent Sunday Sunday with H. H. Inman anil family. family. J. J. Davis and family, Bennie Gibbs and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Penrod were Sunday vis- 'itoits with Mrs. Jas. .Stearns .and Mr. and Mrs. .Fred- Stearns. Mr. and Mrs. John Shade and son spent Sunday with Wm. Lipe 'and family. Miss .Pauline Turtle spent Uio -week end with -Miss 'Lucille Par- i-ish near Carbondale. SIMPSON NEW IfETHEL By Lorena 'Llinze 'Mrs. John Geartuer returned ; to Tlerrin Thursday aftej- spending several days with her parents Mr. and .Mrs. -Frank Shermann. Floyd Dean, infant yon . of Mr. and. Mrs. James Walker Jr. w^s Jjoin June iJ, "103'0.-'Passed a-way at their honie 'Sept; 2'6, 1930. He leaves besides : the bereaved par-S ents two !brd(ihers :and one sister,! namelj the .'twin -brother, .-LloyH; Gene and 'Troy -ana 'Ruth. j| >F..Unera'l services were -conducted;! at the Camp C-reek iCh'ur.ch Satur-S flay at 2 o'clock by "R&v. ISniith --of; Sstto Iiiter.meist at 'Camp .Creek; cemetery. • | Sirs Fiaii-k.-Shermaun and daugh- tOfo and Mr. .ana Mrs. ; Louis Sher-i mann motor.ea.ito 'Chester -Saturday! antl .spent 'the -day. Mi and :iMrs. tElboi't 'iBlbersdl anflj Son or HIk-vllle '-vjsited Mr. andi Mrs iGeor-ge Alstat .antl sons Sun-! 'SVTl and SI-i-s. Louis Shevmann .o'f '•• Gi and Tower -and Miss 'Clara -Slier-i mana o£ Rosiclalre -spent -the -week 'end -with 'their 'parents, Mr. and Mrs 'Praffk 'Shermann and daughter daughter Sjuday -guests at 'the 'home o'f Mi and Mrs. "William Linze and family were Mr.-and Mrs. Arthur Hahn and daughter * Miss Anna •Linze of near Du Quoin, Edward Linze and Mr. and Mrs. flenr.v Linze of Du Quoin and Emil Ditzler of -Blue -Hill. Miss Bertha Gro'hman visited Yernice Pugh, Monday afternoon. SUNSHINE VALLEY \By Irene Edgar Mrs. Jane McClure spent Sunday with Abe Speith and family. Mr. and Mrs! Ralph Higgei^on and son, Billie spent Sunday with Mis Emma Cottom and family. Those that attended the fair at Spai'ta Ti'iday were: Mr. and Mrs. Eild Mussel, Mr. and Mrs. Gill Edgar Edgar and sou. Homer, -Mr. and Mrs. Abe Speith, and Mrs. Jane McClure Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hensoi] of East St. Louis were the guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Edd Russell Saturday Saturday night and Sunday. Walter 'Russell and lady friend, Miss Beinadine Halina attended the Sparta fair Saturday night. Miss Velma Henson of-East St. Louis v i Hod, Saturday night 'and Sunday with Gill Edgar and family. Walter Cottom and John -Edgar, and their lady friends, Misses Nona M'illiamson and Eleanor LePere spent a few hours in Carbondale Sunday nigh't. :" •: Mi and .Sirs. .Homer Russell, Mr. : and Mis 'Lawrence Egbert, and'. Ml and Mrs. "Harry Tessier were' iisitmg in West Frankfort Sunday.. TUr aud Mrs. John Luthy visited Abe Speith -and • family, Sunday. ;: Mi&s, Lois Heine of -Denmark: bpent Sunday with Vcrna Bigham. Groier Carver spent Sunday with Holner'Eflgar. , Mis Louis Martin and Lou Ed-! •gai of Cast St. Xouis- "have been' 'Visiting in this vicinity. Mi and Mrs'. William Coftom Msitcd Mrs. Emma Cottom Monday. Monday. . : The Ladies Aid o£ the Denmark church gave;a quilting all day Saturday.; Saturday.; It was well attended. Mi and :MI-S. Edd Russell spent Saturday uig'ht with Mr. and Mrs, John Jay of. Sparta. Ray Speith spent a short time By Mrs. J. T.Herman 'The Beasley schoolrplans to'have a socia'l at the school house Saturday/night, Saturday/night, -Oct. 4th. There will -be boxes and chicken sandwiches, also also . candy. The Bethel. Ladies' Aid -will meet at the home of Mrs. Lois Porle'r; Thursday, Oct. 2, for an all day working. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Murphy of St. Louis spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. George -.Coleman and" family. • Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Heape, 'Harold and Homer Heape motored '.to Cairo Sunday, .and spent the day. ; Mr. p.:;d Mrs. Alex Boczkiewicz and -children of Galatia, :I11., were -'Sunday .guests of 'her '-parents, Tilr. and Mrs. George Coleman. Mrs. M. D. Cornell visited at Elk•ville, Elk•ville, Monday. 'Mrs. Albert Alstat and son, Herman Herman of Centralia, Mrs. Henry 'Lichliter 'Lichliter and Miss Ella Berman spent Sundya -with their brother, John •Herman and family.-Mr. family.-Mr. and Mrs. : Luther Pribel and 'children returned to their-home at East Chicago Monday -morning after after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ccjleman, and other 'relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. -Haima of Elkville, Elkville, called on Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Herman, Monday morning. Mrs. Joe Craig and son spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Ben •Porter, who had ^been very ill last wee. She is improving. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lieliliter, Mrs • «. A. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Heape and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. •Herman and sons were Murpuysi •boro 'visitors Saturday evening. JERUSALEM By John W. Pintle Sunday School was well attended attended Sunday and also prayer meeting meeting Sunday night. Albert Noble, who has been sick the .past two weeks is getting better. better. B. S. Provensc has returned to East St. -Louis tor an indefinite visit with his daughter, Mrs B McCalla. George Harris and daughter, Anna Anna Mae, left last week for Eldorado, Eldorado, 111., where he lias employment. employment. Mrs. Ellen Robinson called cm Mrs. Lula Hancock, Wednesday. Miss Lula Frost returned home last week after spending two weeks visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frost, of Madison, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frost returned home Thursday after being called here by the sudden death of Mr Frost's cousin. Mr.-and Mrs. Claude Noble and children, of Mt. Carbon, called on Mr. and Mrs. Gay Fuller, Sunday evening. Mrs. E. J. Mlllikin called on Mrs Robert. Pirtle. Friday. David Rawlings, Jr., look .supper with John W. Pirtle, Sunday -night, and 'also attended prayer me'eliiis at Jerusalem. Mr. and Mrs. MjJlard Lindser spent Sunday --evening with Mrs. Lindsey's parents, Mr. and Mrs W. F. Robinson. .-Saturday the <th is. church day here. Come and bring someone with you. Among some.. African tribes, twins are regarded as • a..' dreadful happening, .Rigid resteict-ions .are placed ou the chijdren and mother until the twills attain'; their, sixth year, after whicli they are -'treate'd. as uonnal beings. • . . •••••_

Clipped from The Daily Independent04 Oct 1930, SatPage 4

The Daily Independent (Murphysboro, Illinois)04 Oct 1930, SatPage 4
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