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ville, Sunday. Loy Shewmaker and sons called on F. G. Procunler and son, Sunday. Herman,- lAlstat returned to his home in Centralia Sunday after visiting relatives hare through the summer. Mr. and Mrs. .Hy. Lichliter accompanied him home and spent the day with her sister, Mrs. A. A. Alstat,. and .family. Several from .hero motored to RSurphysboro Sunday night and heard Miss Alpha Miller at the Centenary Methodist church. iMrs. C. A. Easterly, called on Mrs. - S. D. Wilson, Monday. -.. Mr. and Mrs; Herbert Doerr went to Collinsville,: Ili:, where Mr. Doerr has employment. Mr. and Mts. J- T. Herman and. sons visited Sunday near Ava with Mr. Herman's cousins, the Ditzlers'. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Propunier aud son called on Mr. and ~ Mrs. J. T. Herman Monday evening. W. A. Corgan of Tamaroa is having some repair work on his buildfngs here. Fred Holiiday visited his mother Sunday at the home of his sis,ter, Mrs. Jeff Heape. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Porter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Easterling, Mrs. Clarence Youngmarr returned to her home to. Bast St. loriis- Sunday., after spendlng-a few weeks with her parents, here. __ Mrs. Lou death spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. "•• Stella Bastin. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Moore and daughter Stella of East St. Louis spent part of last week, visiting -with Mrs. 'Moore's .'mother, Mrs. Lou Creath.; Miss Marguerite Birkner of Bast St. Louis has been visiting her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. E. HV Birkner. ' • . ; ..'••'.•.-• Mr.' and., Mrs. V.'.O. Hoover and. daughter .visited over the. week end at Galatia with Mr. and : Mrs. J. A. Hoover. Mrs. Cleve Ralph and children, and Mr. aud'Mrs. Evert : -Piei-son spent Sunday at Carnondale, visit-' rag'relatiTB's." ' . : UNION HILL GORHAM By Miss Alvada Grace • Miss Pearl Barton and Miss Alvada Gra'ee spent a tew days < iu Murphysboro visiting Miss Grace's uncle, J. B. Grace. The bridge men whff .spent a week in Gurdon, Mo., working, returned last week and will finish their employment here. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Masterson o£ Fayville, have moved here where he is employed as tower- man. Miss Ruth Glidewell, who has been ill for some time, was taken to St. Andrew's hospital at- Murphysboro. Mrs. Will East and children spent Monday and Tueaday in St. Louis visiting relatives. Mr. and' Mrs. Sulvanah Pickering are the parents of a daughter. She tipped the scales at .14 pounds and has been given, the name o£ Melva Dsan. . Misses Mary and Earnest.ine Glidewell are in Murphysboro this veek. Elbert Macadoo, who has been 11 the past two wesks, is reported better. ALTO PASS By Miss Evelyli Jackson Mr. and Mi's. Jesg, Grainnier,. of Grand Tower, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Grammer, Werl- nesd'ay. ' : .. ' Mr.- and Mrs. M. R. Crawsliaw and ftp.', and Mrs. Edw. Byrne, and Miss Evelyn Jackson called on Mrs. Rose Robinson and daughter, Friday night. Peach growers .in this community are busj r handling their fruit. Mrs. Edw. Byrne is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Brandon, Cairo, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Benton and son, of Carbondale, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W,. A. Brandon. Mr. and. Mrs. Edw'. .Byrne, .Mrs Rose Robin'son and daughter, Reon, and Miss Evelyn Jackson, accom panied by Mrs. H. B. Reeves and children, and Misses Mary Dil linger and Margaretj Rowden, 'Cllf ford ami Johnnie Rowden -anil Den ver Gregory, motored to Grand Tower and Fountain Bluff, Sunday Mrs. Rose. Robinson and daugh ter will move to.Murphysboro Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jolin- son of Carbondale will move on Mrs. Robinson's place. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Byrne vistied the latter's brother,, John Jackso-n of Murphysboro, Sunday. Fred 'Gregory accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gomer Gregory and children to Grand Tower, Saturday on a. shopping trip. Raymond Gregory visited, Saturday, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregory and children. Mary Billinger spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Rose Ro-binsou and daughter. . By Mrs. Eva Grammer Those from here who were Murphysboro - visitors . Sunday :. -jiglit vere Misses Dolores Grammer, Avis luman, Ursul Brewer, Pauline Smith, Messrs. Reginald Stearns, Jllis Smith, Everett Lipe and Gus [rammer. Mr. and Mrs. Pate Grammer were business visitors in Anna Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Robinson aud.children, Betty Lee and Sybil, spent the week end with Mr., and Mrs. Ben Robinson. ete Grammer called on his daughter, Mrs. JetE Roberts, Sunday. Mrs. Roberts . has been sick, but she is improving.' Mr. and Mrs. Odell Lambert and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Etherttou and son, Frankie, were visitors in Murphysboro Saturday. Mr. arse! Mrs. Aj-fi'ell Grammer called on Mr. and Mrs. Pete Grammer and family Thursday. SHOAL CREEK returned afternoon. ZION By Mae Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Delmns Corgan and family spent Sunday with relatives at Benton. Wallie Frost, who was operated 011 a Jew days ago for appendicitis, has returned to- his home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rushing, and family, Leonard Rushing, of Harrisburg, Grace Thompson o£ Marion, visited W. T. Rushing and family Sunday. Mrs. B. A. Patrick entertained her grand daughter and family from Michigan, Friday. Chester Tomlinsou a,nd family visited Clethra Tomliiison and family, of Carbondale, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E'therton visited relatives in Carbondale S'.m- day. i I, A. Brandon, Beulali and Vaudra Rushing visited H. 0. Gibbs and family. Sunday. and of is accompanied ORAVILLE Mrs. Edgar Griffin Mrs. Norma Williamson aud little daughter Mary Francis, left Sunday for their home at Poutiac Mich., after spending a week will', relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley .Riplcy are the parents of a daughter, born July. 31. Mrs. Maggie Cox and. daushtera Jessie and Mable, and Wilms Grit fln, went to St. Louis Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. aud Mrs. Basil near Oraville are the parents of .1 daughter, born Saturday,-August 3 She bas..ljeen named 'Wilma Gene 1 Rev; and " Mrs. .J., W. Ditterlinp and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Jake Gasrtuer. Miss Opal Grey of Murphysboro spent Saturday and Sunday witl Bridget McGinn. ' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Powell anr children, of Johnston City spent th By Mrs. Edgar Johnson '• Mr. and Mrs. Ira Williams and Mr.: and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, of Clifford, visited with relatives here Saturday. Raymond Westoh is visiting with relatives in. Blkville a few days ,-this week. Mr. and .Mrs..Edgar Johnson and children, Joseph, .Helen and Ruby, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sang Williams o£ Clifford, Sunday. The birthday .party given Satur- :iay.night at the, home of .J. B. Mc- jlmurry in honor of his 16th year Id daughter, Reba, was well at- ended. The evening was spent in laying games and refreshments vere served. . Those who spent Sunday. with Ir. and Mrs. John Robinson were lr. and Mrs. J. B. McElihurry and hildren o£' this vicinity, and Mr. nd Mrs. Geq. Rath and children of Blkville, .and Mr.! and Mrs. Isaac Hinchdirf- and son,. Eugene, of near iorham. : • Mrs. Robert Wallace and, dangii- er, Anna Mae, returned ho.me Sun- Lay after spending the past week with, relatives at Valier. Dcwey Bowner who ( jlias ibean \'orkhrg. at- Bradley was among friends in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday.,/ Mrs. Elbert Keen and children •;tsited with Mrs. Edgar ^Johnson, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rath and chil- li-en o£ Elkville, spent Saturday light and Sunday with Mrs. Rath's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johii- on. Scott Leeke who is employed at .he Atlasta farm north of Murphysboro,-wag in this vicinity Monday-. Mrs. Laura Gilbreth ot Cora City 'isited her brother, Roliie»Hobbs and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lampley -liade a business trip to West Frankfort the first of this week. Miss Ethel Hobbs is spending a few days-this week with her 'grand'- mother at Cora City. Mr. and Mrs. E. .F. Johnson.and children visited 'with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee and Mary Lee. JERUSALEM By Johit.W;.. Pirtle UpsJl. Robinson, oi City, 'is visiting with -her gr.arrdpar- eirts, Mr. 'sad"Mrs. W. F. Rohia- son. • Mrs. Clara Rosson and son, Tedford, of Mississippi, are visiting with-friends and relatives here. Mrs. Florence .Thompson visited her granddaughter, Mrs. Ellis, of Granite City, over the week "5"dt'--V ' ; i t Ed_: Moran ; is visiting at Will Mora'n's. ( Mrs-. .Robert Pirtle returned home last w'eefc from . St. Andrew's hospital where'she has been a patient for the past four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frost were here • Davis. end with Mr. and Mrs. Will i Sunday from. Sladisqa to attend the [iuneral of Miss Helen. Spatm,.:

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 10 Aug 1929, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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