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Sunshine Valley News con't - .Vlsiliii Hound in CRAB ORCHARD By Mrs. G. M....
.Vlsiliii Hound in CRAB ORCHARD By Mrs. G. M. Lingle Evangelist White of Herrin, 111., is conducting a revival meeting at «-*. Brandt,'Jim Davis and Walter Cot- tojn. 'Mr. I The house on the Homer Cupp I farm, near Jacob, which was cocu- —• jpied by Mr. and Mrs. Freeman 'Robinson and little daughter, Jo Ann, was completely destroyed by Crab 'Orchard church." There is a 1 five Tuesday night. Mrs. Robinson good attendance and the crowd is and little daughter were spending growing- greater every night. Peo- the night with her parents, Mr. pie are'coming for miles to hear land Mrs. Edcl Russell. They were vite everybody i preparing to make apple butter the next day. Mr. Robinson awakened •just in time to get out, saving only a small amount of clothing. The smoke house and one out building wers also destroyed. Mrs. Homer Cupp of Ava, Miss Irene Edgar and Mrs. Walter Russell assisted Mrs. Russell and daughter, in cooking their apple butter Wednesday. A large crowd attended the box social, at the Union school Wed- n ahis man talk. We in 'to come. Mrs. Ellery. Croweil is slowly improving after several weeks' illness. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steele and Mrs. son, of Drury, and Mr. and Chester Canada visited Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Croweil Sunday. J. E. Turner of Carbondale visited his grand, father, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Crawshaw. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Turner and son attended Sunday school at this place and was a dinner guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Edd AValler. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Flcmin and son : Charles Melvin visited Mi and Mrs. Melvin Lingle Sunday. usday night. The proceeds amounted to $17.00, clear. . Mrs. John Brandt spent Tuesday g I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil° llip Mohr. They were shoppers in i Steeleville in the afternoon. Gill Edgar accompanied .Wallace HASTINGS By Mary Signaigo Misseilurn to Murphysboro Thurs-j jday morning to get-a load of brick, j | Mr. and Mrs. Luke Strieker and: i Misses Helen Louise L'hles and and and Ruth Postou, of Campbell Hill, attended the box social at Union school. Howard Luthy and son Loren Dale, called at Gill Edgar's, a short time Thursday afternoon. Misses Irene and Iva Fern Edgar spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Luthy and Caraily. Edgar spent a few helping with repairing clays t'enc- ' Frank Stearns called on Addle Croweil Sunday morning. Mr.s. Bittle isn't feeling very well at this writing. [ Those who called on Mr. and "Mrs. Leo Collins Sunday to see Mrs. Collins, who was operated on. and able to be up were: Mr. and Mrs. 'Thurman Faster ond son. Mr. I Gl11 and Mrs. Charlie Anderson and Mr. I there, and Mrs. Addie Crowlel and sons, j es.^ •Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson I -'' II 'spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Crowell and daughters Betty and Doris. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Crowail and " daughter Wilma Louise spant the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Holland. • civile Peterson is spending a few and Mrs. | short time callers at Gill Edgars, and Mrs. Fred Higgerson Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Russell. They attended church services at Denmark. ; Iva Fern Edgar is ill with ton-^ silitis. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henson of I East St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. '.Roy Henson of Willisville were days with his parents. Mr. Marion Peterson. I Saturday evening. Several of the young folks of the ] community attended the Hal-|" Icwc'en parly at the home of Mr. | and Mrs. .Mart Phemistsr and! daughter Marion. ' | Mai Throgmorton is having hls.j • teeth pulled. He is getting along! By Bertha Fraley Mrs. Minnie Bradley and dangh- vrcy well. Herbert and Ford purchased a new car. Bittle have | ter, Mrs. Hydee. of Marion spent Tuesday with Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Smith. Br. Guy Quails ol Ft. SUNSHINE VALLEY By Miss. Irene Sdgar ' home with his sister. "Mrs. li. ai two weeks visit. I ua.. is I Mary Smith, and family, for a Mr. and Mrs.. Logan Fraley spent ' ! Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Hy. Mr. "and Mrs.~Ho~.vard Luthy "and t Richardson. children moved from thsir home in j Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith and Mr. this vicinity lo the Lampe farm. [ and Mrs. Fred Camron -of- Mur- several miles cast of Willisville. j physborb spent Monday evening Tuesday. Those who assisted them j at Fred Smith's, that day were: Mr. and Mr-. Fred j Mr. and Mrs. Jackson ard fam- Luthy. Mis. Cecil Bisiiam. Mr. and; ily of iietir Jonesboro spsnt 'Smi- 31 rs. 'joh'n M. Edgar and son. John I duv with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cecil, Mrs. L'.iko Strieker. Mr. a-.v.l j Brown. . . Mrs. John Speith and daughter.] Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wortheu of Dorothy JIaxine. Gill Edgar an:i j Sand Ridge spent. Tuesday eve- daughter Irene and son Homer, Mr. | ning at Fred Smith's. • and Mrs. Bert Uhles. Marl Ccmbs I Mrs. Mary Jackson and Mrs. and son. Tom, and Messrs. Join ' Francis Brown culled on Mrs. 1 i i birth! I ! I

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 04 Nov 1939, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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