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Lebanon, Missouri
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APRIL 11, 1930 THE LACLEDE COUNTY REPUBLICAN, LEBANON, MISSOURI PAGE THREE PHILLIPSBURG NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lanna Roper spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

M. Roper, near Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McFarland, who have been in Seminole, Oklahoma, for several months, arrived home last Thursday.

Mrs. Mabel Sturdavant and two children, of San Francisco, California, arrived Monday. She will spend several weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. C. D.

Mizer. Mrs. E. L. Turner has assumed her duties as census enumerator for the little villages of Phillipsburg and Conway, having received her appointment a few days ago.

Mrs. C. E. Munson, who has teen enjoying an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

L. L. Caffey, departed Saturday morning for her home, in Topeka, Kansas. Mrs. B.

M. Jones and daughter, Florence, and two sons, Clifford end Herbert, of Columbia, spent the week-end visiting the home of Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Susan E. Benton.

Robert Harrison and family last week moved to Lebanon, where Mr. Harrison will be the section foreman for the Frisco. J. L. Hendrix, formerly of Lebanon, was transferred to Phillipsburg.

Rev. J. A. Russell, Mrs. R.

L. Henderson, Mrs. Margaret McMenus and Miss Mabel Henderson, all members of the Presbyterian Church, attended a meeting of the Presbytery in the Wilson Creek church, near Springfield, last week. Shank Chambers Miss Flossie Chambers and Freston Shank were married on last Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock by Rev. Gordon Lokey, of Springfield.

Miss Lorene Nyberg and Lorn Campbell witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Shank, accompanied by Miss Marguerite Shank, Tuesday morning left for Montebello, California, where they will make their home. Her 94th Birthday Mrs.

Nancy McFarland celebrated her 94th birthday on Sunday, April 6. Several of the children and grand-children gathered in her home and a dinner was served at the noon hour. Mrs. McFarland does not look like she was nearly that old; neither does she feel it. She can walk down town on pretty days and can enjoy the sunshine.

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Funeral of M. S. Cravens Funeral services for Mr. M. S.

Cravens, who died in his home, in Phillipsburg, last Wednesday afternoon, were held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Presbyterian church, conducted by Rev. J. A. Russell. The music was a beautiful feature of the service.

Only favorite songs of Mr. Cravens were used. Lanna Roper, sang, "My Latest Sun is Setting Fast." The flowers were exquitise and included offerings from relatives and friends. Interment was in the Phillipsburg cemetery. Madison Shackleford Cravens was 64 years, 10 days old.

He had lived in Phillipsburg for several years. He conducted a shoe and harness repair shop. He is survivved by his wife, seven children and two brothers. At the age of 21 he professed faith in Christ and joined the Christian Church. Later, he joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Mr. Cravens leaves a large circle of friends as everyone in the little town and community was a friend of his. He did not tell you of his greatness, but lived it. He was a very devoted father, a true husband, an obliging neighbor. Would deny himself to help his family or neighbors.

PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOLS Both boys and girls enjoyed a volley ball game out doors Friday. The State badge tests will be given Friday, April 11. Quite a number expect to qualify. Elizabeth Senn won the local contest with her theme, "The Care of the Skin." Most of the student body attended the funeral of Mr. Cravens last Thursday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Knauss were visitors here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.

Knauss taught at Union and Stony Point last year. Harmon Keasler and Paul Jumio were High School visitors Friday. The other Seniors of Conway made a trip to Jefferson City. Cleo Singleton, a friend of Mr. Wood, visited school last Thursday morning.

Mr. Singleton taught school at Bradleyville this year. A number of the girls of the physical education class favored the members of the P. T. A.

last Tuesday night by giving an exhibition of some of their work, special stunts and so on. The citizenship class are making posters concerning vocations. The class will decide by vote which three are the best and these will be rewarded by being placed on the walls of the hall. Mr. Wood is giving a series of lectures on banking and finance to the citizenship class.

The Missouri Bankers' Association is offering prizes for the best essays written on "Banking" for all High Schools in the State. Several of the students are planning to compete in this contest. April 1 seems to be the traditional day of playing "hookey" in Phillipsburg. Consequently some of the students failed to come to school on that night. Eight faithful ones reported, however, and together with the faculty motored to Bennett Spring State Park, where they spent the day very enjoyably.

Mr. Lemasters, State supervisor of schools for this territory, was a High School visitor Thursday. He talked interestingly on Vocations." None of the students know for certain what their life work is to be, and Mr. Lemasters urged the necessity of choosing, soon as possible, one's life work. FLAG POND FACTS -Miss Ruby Henson, of Gannon, spent Saturday with Miss Florene Mizer.

-Mr. and Mrs. IS. H. Lawson and William Carvel, attended church services at Brice Sunday.

-Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wolken end family, of Gannon District, spent Sunday with Mrs. Wolken's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

H. I. Lynch. -The annual school meeting was held in the school house Tuesday, April 1. They elected Homer Nivens as president of the board, and H.

I. Lynch clerk. The members of the board have hired Miss Edna Barnett as teacher for the coming term. DOVE DOINGS -Everyone seems to be getting over the measles now around here. -Mrs.

J. J. Martin spent a few days last week in Lebanon, visiting relatives. -Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Esther and family, this week are moving to their new home, in Alton. We regret losing them. -Mrs. Tracy Bell has returned home from a visit with her sist- er, Mrs. Staples, who was in a St.

Joseph hospital, but now is improving. -We had an enjoyable church service Sunday at this place, as we had our regular minister and the Methodist minister from non, and also Presiding Elder Campbell, -Clarence Gage spent Saturday night with Tim Barnhart, in Phillipsburg. -Measles are raging everywhere. Those who don't want them are staying at home. -Our school board has hired Miss Ocean Robertson for our teacher for next term.

Miss Robertson visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Elwood Turner. -String music was enjoyed in the Oliver Gage home Saturday night. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.

Elwood Turner and family, Floyd Marks and Pres Long. LONESOME HILL AGNES ARTICLES -Alva Lewis and family spent Sunday with Bert McClanahan. -Measles are getting close to Creek, this neighborhood. Quite a few cases around Orla. -Sunday school every Sunday at Fairview church.

Everybody invited to come. Rev. J. W. Butcher, of Lebafilled his regular appointment at Orla Saturday night and Sunday.

-Wesley Lindsay's oldest daughter was buried at McBride Saturday. The family have our sympathy in their bereavement. -Some talk of B. H. McClanahan running for justice of the peace.

B. H. says he had not thought anything about it, but avers that prosperity would be assured with Hoover on one end of the ticket and him on the other end. -Have not seen any news from Independence since she gave us that newfangled recipe. I'm of the opinion that the Mr.

got holding of it. Anyway, the Madam at this place gave me to understand if I used the love portion it absolutely must be at home. REAGAN REMARKS -Miss Edith Arnold, of has been visiting grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, for the lest week.

-Mrs. W. Lane helped her daughter, Mrs. Bob Lane, paper her house Monday. -Boyd Martin has been right sick with flu and indications of pneumonia for several days.

-Plowing, gardening, moving and incubator setting seem to be the order of the day of all who are not down with measles. -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Norman ere both real sick with measles. Miss Helen Norman, who has been very sick is able to be up again.

-Mrs. J. A. McGuire have a fine flock of baby chicks, which she hatched in her new incubator. I think the number is 218, from 265 eggs set.

-Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Groom, of Whittier, California, are visitwith Mrs. Groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Jim Piles, and other relatives for a few days. They will return to their home, in a few days. -Well, you remember I said if I was missing last week that you would know the Editor had forgot Linn me. But not so, I received a fine her bunch of stationery last week, but SANDY MAC THRIFT "Hoot it put the Thrill in Thrift 10 a rust first one thing, then two, and didn't get my notes written. -Our school meeting was fair.

ly well attended. Owing to a mistake in the election of a director last year, we had two members to elect at this time. Bob Cotton was elected for the long term, to succeed himself, and J. A. MeGuire was elected for the short term.

The new board met in a few days and hired Miss Frances lityes as teacher for the coming term of school. -Mrs. Roy Skiles had the misfortune to lose her watch last Sunday, while helping Mr. Skiles look for a crow's nest. I am wondering if she will have as good luck in finding the watch as Bob Lane had last Tuesday, Mrs.

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