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TIIE FARMINGTON TIMES. FARMINGTON. MISSOURI, OCTOBER 3. 1919
PAGE EIGHT :: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: FLAT KIVER S. H. Hart, wh.) lias bnen in Detroit the past few months, returned home Sunday. Mis.sc; Elizibeih White and Hallie Moody were Farmington visitor? Sat urday. Ward Langley of Elvhs was a Flat River visitor Friday. He left for Omaha, Nob., to seek employment. Miss Irene Buhrmesler, who teach es school at Knob Lick, spent the week-end here with relatives. Bryan Bradley of Desloge was a Flat River caller Tuesday. Mrs. V. Sebastine of Commerce, Okla., visited friends and relatives at Knob Lick Saturday and Sunday. Gus Halter was a Farmington vis itor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Watts of Bonne Terre spent Sunday here with friends. Misses Esther Montgomery and Ruby Reaudin of Flat River and Messrs. Ralph Gibson and Harold Hartshorn of Elvins were Farmington visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. It. Berry man spent Sunday in Fredericktown visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moran and chil dren, Anna Jane and Gentry, and Mrs. J. P. Ki:n'ison of Libertyvillc visited relative here Sunday. Misses Ruth Cloud and Iva Haney attended the basket and football games at Farmington Satin-day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones an 1 child' i-n, Eddie, Otis and Icrnic came here Monday from California, where they have been living the past year. Tl.ey canio through in their Fiu-il. Shelton Bryan and Hrrshel Cole of Decilitre were Flat River visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Marsh v.vr? Farmington visitors Saturday .ifur noon. Mi--. Vila l''o!!er if Fredericktown. who attends school bet", visited home folks l ho latter part of the week. M. L. Wolfner was a Desloge vis itor Sunday. The Flat River Kills played their first basket ball name of the season at I .;..! wood Saturday. The store was The Mai Tor ther wi; ::i to ;i in favor of Flat River, following ;rirls took part: Missjs e.na Cecil, jumping center; Vida nwivir;;'; c'l'.tr: ; Lillian M;i n i ! Mary Marsh, guards; Nellie aiiis and l!os;.ie Mosier, for wards. Tiie score was due in largo part to the excellent couching of Mi-s Pearl E. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. R. Dixon of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs?. W. Shelton of Bonne Terre spent Saturday and Sun day here the quests of friends. Misses lva Haney and Elsie Schlick motored to Leadwood Mon day evening and visited friends. Oscar Burns was a Desloge visitor Sunday. A farewell dinner was given for Mrs. E. Detchniendy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dctchmendy Sun day. Those present, Jiesidcs relatives, were: Mrs. R. If. Wigger ami son, Robert, .Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomuro and sons, Lester and William. A good time was had by all present. Cecil Chapman was a Farmington visitor Saturday. Mrs. N. Tucker visited friends and relatives at Fredericktown Sunday. The following foittball boys from Flat River attended the game at Farm ington Saturday between Farmington and Perryville: Ernest Fitzpatrick, Willie Deguire, Farrell Burns, Ralph Haney, I'ercey Tucker, Pete Cooper, Ernest Houser, Albert Karsch, and their coahc, L. Shitllz. Also Kennett Kirkland ami Joe Covington were in the party. Misses Blanch:; Frnsier and Eva Lewis were Elvira visitors Sunday. R. C. Kahn and family of Desloge attended the fall opening of the Y. M. C. A. here Monday night. Miss Mary Ellen Detchmcndy was a Farmington shopper Thursday. H. Tucker and family spent Sunday afternoon in Desloge. "Speedy" Spears arrived in Flat River Sunday, after having served ov er a year in the navy. He is looking fine and expects to go to St. Louis the first of next week, where ho has em ployment. Mrs. M. Frasier of St. Louis is here visiting her son, J. D. Frasier, and family. She went to Bismarck Tuesday to visit other relatives. C. N. Silvey transacted business in St. Louis Monday. Misses Ethel and Grace Oldhan spent Friday and Saturday in Bis marck visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. I). Woolford and fam ily and Misses Marie Brcwen and Ila Abshier spent Sunday at Hughs Auction Sale of Dairy Cattle On Thursday, October 9th, atJarvis, Jefferson County, Missouri, five miles west of Horine, two miles east of Le May Ferry Road. Free transporta tion by hack from and to Horine. 78 head of Dairy Cattle: 44 Guernseys and 34 Holstein's. All regis tered or high-grade, stock. Bulls Cows, Heifers, and Calves. This is the first auction sale of Guernseys ever had in Missouri. You may go farther and pay more money, but you will not find better blood. If interested, write to the undersigned for par ticulars. ROBT. A. HOLEKAMP, J. W. FICKEL, Route 1, Hillsboro, Mo. nnnt Trnndnle. Thev took their dinners and report a good time. Kisses Kutn miner, taste .-suvey, llcne Nalle, Mary Mitchell, Vivian Arbuthrot and Pauline Rinke anl Earl Halbrook attended the basket ball game at Leadwood Saturday. Miss Mabel Perkins, who has spent the summer in St. Louis and Charle voix, Mich., is spending a Tew days with home folks. P. 0. Smith and family of Unity spent Sunday here, the guests of Mr. anil Mrs. J. R. Watson. Clyde Burns, Ernest Fitzpatrick and Joe Covington were Desloge vis itors Sunday. I'aul Clay of Farmington was a Flat River visitor Saturday. Miss Edna Heard of, St. Louis is here visiting home folks. Leeman Rariden of Farmington was a Hat River visitor Sunday. Misses Beatrice Boas and Leota Van Curren and Paul Clay were Des loge visitors Sunday. Miss Edith Tetley entertained a few of her friends at her home in Rivermines Tuesday evening, (lames suitable to the occasion were played and the evening was enlivened with music. Dainty refreshments were sei veil. Those present were: Misses Bessie Mn.-ier, Mary Ellen DctehniiMi dv. Lillian Mather and Lucille Ren net?; F'vd Sutteilield. Bill Cole, Tom RurM'tto, Ernest Fitzpatrick nnd U:a': .-.:i Cecil. The guests departed n: a !.i'.e hour, declaring that Miss F. 'i'h wa a delightful hostess. M- v- Fxvi and Hallie Beard spent M.rt.U n::,t Tuesd.iv in Bismarck. Cite ' Philips Iran-acted business in Sr. I : T.:e,.iay. Mr. a-:.! Mrs. .1. C. Gideon and fam ily -vv:.- Sunday in Sprott visiting !-. K. Dctchmendy returned to her h.-r;e in Last St." Louis, after -p-nilr.L' a few weeks here visiting lie.- .-in. R. I. Dctchmcndv, and fam ily. Mae li,"imiin. Bill Swink and Mil tun Siinms of Farmington were Flat Kiver visitors Saturday. Miss Lucille Chapman was a 1 inirton visitor Saturday. Keith Moon, Sylvester Falk Horace Poller of Bonne Terre Flat Kiver visitors Sunday. Dr. T. L. llanev visited his ann elid were farm near A rivti'ia Monday. i M:-'. Mattie Perkins, who teaches in tiie Cedar Falls school, spent the i week-end with borne folks here. I Mrs. Dewey May va an El vim vis i iter Monday. ' J Walter Schramm of Farmington 's a Flat River visitor Tuesday, i Misses Velva Dalton and Alice and Lynda Cuil'ord left .Monday for De troit. Mrs. Mary Cross left Saturday for Salem to make her home. Misses Erna and Glonna Windle nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tucker and chil dren motored to Bonne Terre Mon day evening. S. Thompson of Irondale was a Flat River visitor Tuesday. Miss Flossa AuBuchon was a Des loge visitor Saturday. T. Woods and A. Cretin of Perry ville motored to Flat River Tuesday to visit their relatives, Mr. and Mis. P.. L. Derenio. Miss Hazel Black is visiting friends at I'-ondale this week. Willis Deguire and Ferrell Burns were 1 lesloge visitors Sunday. Miss Esther Montgomery, who teaches school at Fredericktown, spent Satuiday and Sunday with home folks. Misses Leota VanCurren, Beatrice Boas, Audrey Beuette and Eva Lewis, Messrs. Paul Byington, Bill Arbuth not, Paul Clay and Jeff Matkin were Farmington visitors Saturday. ELVINS Doyle Steele is on the sick list. Levi LaRose is on the sick list. Born, to Rev. and Mrs. Doss, a daughter. Chas. Sizemoro is seriously ill with typhoid fever at this writing. Mrs. A. Richeson nnd daughter, Le na, will depart for Oklahoma Thurs day. Misses Myrtle and Mabel Seheck and Irene Aldrich and Carl Dalton and John Beard of Flat River motored to Bismarck Monday. Mrs. Dewey May of Flat River was in Elvins Monday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. St. Gemme, of Flat River, a son. A basket ball game was played at the Elvins High School Saturday by the Elvins and Bonne Terre H. S. boys. The score was 72-1, in favor of Elvins. The Elvins High School basket ball JL IS Better Service! Better Values ! These are not prices for a day or two, but our REGULAR EVERY DAY PRICES at a POSITIVE SAVING to you of from 10 to 20 per cent. Guatatmila Coffee, worth 55c, per pound Fie Our Leader Coffee an excel lent coffee, per pound ISc Gloss Soap, bar 5c Matches, box 5c Log Cabin Maple Syrup, small can 31c Instant Poslum, small can....2Se Swan's Down Cake Flour, package 38c Minute Tapioca, package He llershcy Cocoa, small can lie White Ribbon Syrup, 5 lb Blue 10c Red Fe Bacon in Class, jar 5:1c Sunshine Soda Crackers, 20c package for He Sunshine Graham trackers, 2flc package for Sunshine Krispy Crackers, 20c package for Pcrl'etio Wafers, small pkg. .lie .17c .lie . Sc . 1 V Celery Salt, holtle Dunham's Cocoanut, package.. I.ayton Baking Powder, can... He Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles package 8c liippolite Marsh .Mallow, pint jar 2sc Prepared Mustard, 12 oz. jar.lOc .Mince Meat, package Dc Cream Cheese, per pound.... MIc Brick Cheese, per pound I"c Mania's Pan Cake Flour, pkg. ' Ic Buck Wheat Flour, pkg 17c Cream of Wheat, pkg 2Sc Manic Butter, 1 lb tub 3'c Rolled Oats, package l".e Corn I-lakes, package l ie Wcssin Oil, 1 pt. can !'ee Mnzola Oil, 1 pt. enn . : !2c Van Camps Beans, small can.. Lie large enn ISc Celery large stalk 1'tc Bananas, per dozen Fie Oran'jcs, per dozen 1'jc California Tokay Grapes, lb... Lie Camplire Marshmallows Special Saturday, per pkg....lflc Milk Chocolate Nut Bar Special Saturday, 6 for 2'c McKINNEY'S Saturday Cigar Specials Paramount 10c straight size, 3 for 25c Roi-Tan Perfecto 10c straight ize, 3 lor 25c New 'larilf 7c fie Little Chancelor 6c 5c Camel Cigarettes, pkg Pic Chesterlield Cigarettes, pkg.... 16c Prince Albert lfic, two t'or..2Hc Velvet 15c, two for 2fic Tuxedo 16c, two for 2'5c team will play the Desloge H. S. team Saturday. Mres. Ida Leonard is 'on the sick list. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eaton is on the sick list at this writing. Grandpa Dorton of Leadwood vis ited his daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Eaton, here Monday. Cecil and Joe Reese visited rela tives at Sprott Saturday and Sunday. John Black purchased a new Chev rolet touring car the first of the week. Orville Boyer left last week for St. Louis, where he will seek employment. Miss Watson, the H. S. English teacher, has resigned her position. Miss Champion has taken her place. Judge Tucker of Farmington gave a talk on the attendance of children in school, Wednesday at the Elvins school. Mrs. Phillip Brown and little son, Byron, of St. Louis, visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Brady passed away at 0 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of Mr. Brady's mother, after an illness of two or three weeks. Little Allie Le Roy was 2 years, 1 month and 2i) days old. Ho will be greatly missed by all. We extend sympathy to his heart broken father and mother. Wm. Moore of Doe Run is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Jack Steele, this week. Herman Howard stuck a nail in his foot Friday while working at No. 12. Rev. Doss, who was on the sick list last week, was able to (ill his pul pit again Sunday. Tom Richeson of Loughboro has moved his family over on Main street. Frank Woodruff spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Henry Brown has been on the sick list the past week. Miss Ethel Newkirk returned Mon day from St. Louis, where she visited her sister. Sam Burch motored to Iron Moun tain Monday, Miss Florence Moore is on the sick list. ' Misses Adelphia Thurman and Car rio Shannon' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Keay Saturday and Sun day. Miss Birdie Layne, who is teach ing school at Cross Roads, visited her parents here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Westover and children of Farmington sJpent Sunday in El vins. 1 Mrs. Dave McGehee made a business trip to St. Louis Thursday. 1. . Misses Clara Baker - and- -Minnie Critcer, Ruth Sutton; Alvin Baker and Glen Maurer motored to Womack this week. Miss Verla Reece has been on the sick list this week. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reece and daugh ter, Helen, who have been in Sprott a few days, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. John Dame of Flat River were Elvins visitors Monday. Earl Montgomery was an Elvins visitor Monday. Prayer meeting was held at the home of Mrs. McFarland Monday night by the Christian workers of the Baptist church. Miss Huffstedter and Miss Cham pion made a business trip to Flat River Monday. Dan Sullivan and fanlily will depart for Detroit, Mich., Wednesday, to reside. Mr. and Mrs. R. Maurer, Mr. and Mrs. L. Maurer and Mrs. Ralph Del eour motored to Ste. Genevieve Sun day. Arthur Gallegher and K. Taylor were Elvins visitors Sunday. Miss Mabel Berryman returned to Webster Groves to take up her old po sition. B. Yamitz, whose former home has been in Fredericktown, has moved to Elvins and will sell his farm near Fredericktown. A birthday party was given at the home of Victor Keay Saturday night. Those present were: Misses Thelma, Naomi and Sedalia Crabdree, Adol phine Thurman, Carire Shannon, Bcu lah Taylor, Marie Malslcr, Mabel Gar ner, Lucille Laird, Hattie Reece, Re na, Glenda and Zella Keay, and Wen del Easter, Victor and Virgil Keay, L. llaile, Claud and Wm. Blackledge, Alonzo and Floral Crabdree, Perry Garner, Chas. Montgomery and Rom an Reece. All departed at a late hour, wishing Victor many more happy birthdays. Miss May Underwood was an El vins visitor Sunday. Miss Frances Willard of Flat River was guest of Edna Robinson Satur day and Sunday. Grandpa llobalt of Sprott has corns to make his home with W. M. Doiron, A revival meeting starts at the Baptist church next Sunday night. PRIMROSE Mrs. lloclzcl of Melzo was shopping in Bonne Terre last week. Miss Myrtle Cash of near Big River was guest at the home ol Lass casn one niL'ht last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy of Moontown motored out to Bonne Terre one day the latter part of last week. Joe O'oulilvan transacted business in I'onne Terre last week. Mrs. Alice Moon was guest at the home of Wm. A. Moon one evening last week. ; John Ruwson was a business visit or in Bonne Terre last week. Miss Nellie Moon was a guest of Miss Etta Lawson Sunday, j Rev. E. J. Eaves of near DeSoto ; idled his appointment at the T. M. B. church Satuiday and Sunday. I Mrs. Annie Cash spent one day ; last week at the home of her parents, i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Moon. I Dan O'Sullivan and son, John, Terre transacted business in Bonne the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rawson spent Sunday at the home of John Pettes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dousrlas of Bonne Terre motored out here Sunday . evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rawson and j children of Bonne Terre and Mr. and i Mrs. Wm. Pettes and children were guests at the home of Lass Cash Sun day. Geo. Hammock was a Bonne Terre visitor last week. Mrs. Wm. Holdman was shopping in Bonne Terre one day last week. Howard Blaekwcll of Moontown motored to Bonne Terre Monday. Quite a number from Melzo attend ed church services here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mathey of near Melzo spent Sunday at the home of Willis Moon. Charley Lawson of St. Louis, spent over Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Snyder were Bonne Terre visitors last week. Mr. Long of Bonne Terre was a business visitor here Monday. Leathel Rawson, who has employ ment in Bonne Terre, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rawson. The funeral of James Roberts was held here Monday. Rev. E. J. Eaves of near DeSoto preached the funeral. Mr. Graham of near Desloge was a business visitor here the latter part of last week. Morris Jones made a trip to Black well the latter part of last week. Wm. Blackwell and family of Moontown spent Sunday at the home of M. W. Jones. Several from Trospect attended church here Sunday. Mrs. Mary Lawson was guest at the home of Lass Cash one evening last week. Many in this neighborhood are plow ing for wheat. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Wigger of near Pond Creek attended church here Sun day. Several from Bonne Terre attended the funeral of James Roberts here Monday. Mrs. Mary Moon was guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. H. Cash, one day last week. VALLES MINES Mrs. A. J. Statzel visited C. Stat zel Friday and Saturday. Miss Lillie Heaton of Plattin visit ed H. C. Rhodes Saturday. Miss Susie Richardson of St. Louis is visiting her parents here this week. Miss Elsie Heaton was guest of her sister, Mrs. H. C: Rhodes, Saturday. Mrs,, Henry Turley and children visited Mrs. H. C. Rhodes Saturday. Miss Lillie' Heaton of Plattin and Aubry Vaughn of Festus were guests of Wm. E. Heaton Sunday. Miss Edith Rowe is visiting rela tives in Festus this week. Miss Sally Semar visited her parents at Frankclay the latter part of the week. Wm. E. Heaton visited his daughter, Mrs. H..C. Rhodes, Sunday. - Date Hawk was a DeSoto visitor Saturday. ' Mrs. Mamie Turley and children vis ited Mrs. K. Kile Sunday. Mr. Harris was guest of Bub Rid dle the latter part of this week. Calorie Pipeless Ftifnaees We are installing 4, and have 4 more on the road. See our Furnace before you buy. We have the Enameled Charter Oak Cook Stoves blue and gray - - - $75.00 Coal Heaters - - $16.00 to $21.00 Wood Heaters - - - $ 8.00 to $17.00 Heavy Stove Pipes, riveted on both ends, 25c per foot: 5-inch Elbows, and wood-lined Stove Boards, cheap. Boswell & Helber, FARMINGTON, MO. Mrs. D. Fraizer was guest of Mrs. F. Fraizer Sunday. Joe Riddle visited Marvin Harris Sunday evening. Miss Gertrude Harvcrstick visited Augustina Turley Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Statzel and Mrs. II. C. Rhodes are St. Louis visitors this week. Bud Riddle was a Herculaneum vis itor Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Statzel was guest of Mrs. II.' C. Rhodes Friday evening. Miss Olga lleaton was guest of Mrs. P. Ratty Monday. FENNEL Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Carter and son were business visitors in Fertile Thursday. Marvin Locke of Silver Springs isited in Crystal City last week. C. P. Wheellione was a business vis itor in Bonne Terre Wednesday of jlast week. I Bryan Thurman was a business vis- itor in Bonne Terre last week. S. P. Cole left for Chillicothe, Mo., last week, where he will attend busi ness college. J. W. Ellis was a business visitor in Tunnel Wednesday.' Miss Carrie bhannon visited in sil ver Springs last week. Miss Uladvs Stroup and Lewis inur- man were Tunnel visitors Friday. Mrs.Trank Hammock and son, Jean, were Tunnel visitors Saturday. Jas. Douglas visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas, of Sil ver Springs Sunday. Ceo. Hammock of Primrose visiter! relatives in Silver Springs Saturday. Lewis Thurman visited friends in Fredericktown Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Ushia anil son visited his parents at Vineland from Sunday until luesday. H. C. Carter and Bryan lhurman were DeSoto visitors Friday. W. A. Carter visited his daughter in Silver Springs Sunday. R. Bovle of St. Louis visited Irienils in this community last week. Miss Gladys btroup visited relatives in Bonne Terre Saturday and Sunday. Homer Apploberry of rarmmgton visited home folks here Saturday and Sunday and attended a festival at Mosteller Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Donnelly and daughter visited at the home of F. H. Mellon Sunday. Miss Hattie Anpleborry visited rel atives in Bonne Terre Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Carter and chil dren motored to DeSoto Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ushia visited at the home of J. W. Ellis Friday. Lee Douglas of Crystal JLity visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Doug las of Silver .prings, Saturday and Sunday. H. C. and W. A. Garter attended tne sale of W. A. Rowe near Mt. Olive Tuesday. Miss Inez and Bryan inurman were Bonne Terre visitors Tuesday. Miss Anna Rowe visited at the home of Mrs. G. P. Wheelhone last week. Mrs. H. C. Carter and daughter, Le ona, were business visitors in Valles Mines Mondav. Misses Anna Rowe 'and Gladys Ketcherside visited at the home of Mrs. Hoelzel Sunday. T. B. Welch of Farmington was a business visitor in this community Tuesday. BISMARCK S. M. Beard made a business trip to Iron countv the first of the week, Mrs. J. R. Lindsey left Saturday of r Muskogee, Okla., where she will visit her son, Melville, for several weeKS. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. White left Sat urday for CoJUnsville, III., where they will make their future home. Carl Cooley was a Doe Run visitor Saturday. Wesley Sisk spent Monday and Tuesday in St. Louis. Chester Beard of Fond du Lac, Wis., spent several days of last week with home folks. 1 ; Miss Kathleen Lentz was home from Farmington the week-end vis iting her grandparents. -Lewis Penberthy of the Hickory Grove neighborhood has moved on th Dent farm. , Mr. Moore, the poultry man, fehip ped a car-load of chickens to the New York market Saturday. Rev. L. G. Marlin was appointed pastor for the Methodist, churches at Bismarck and Hfckory Grove for the ensuing year. Carter Blanton has purchased the James Devine residence. Mrs. Fannie Bryan and ' nephew, Arthur Devine, will leave next week for California, where they will spend the winter. Louis Thurman of Silver Springs was a Bismarck visitor Satuiday and Sunday. Miss Emily Matkin, one of the II. S. teachers, spent the week-end with her parents at Farmington. B. L. Thompkins has purchased Herbert Rubottom's residence. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lindsey enter tained quite a number of young folks at their home Friday evening. About twenty-five were present and a good time was enjoyed by all. Rev. N. B. Henry attended the an nual Conference of the M. E. Church, South, which convened in St. Louis last Wednesday. The H. S. basketball boys were de feated in a game with Esther Satur day on' the court here, the score be ing .14-14. But our boys were not dis cern aged, as they had practiced only a few days. Miss Susie Hays of St. Louis was in Bismarck last week. A program will be given by the High fc'hool Literary Society next Friday. One of the numbers is a de bate on "Should Bachelors Be Taxid for the Upkeep of Old Maids?" CROSS ROADS Rev. Kennan held church services at the Church of God last Sunday, morning and night. Miss Bird Layne spent the week end with relatives at Elvins, return ing Sunday evening. Mrs. John Pirtle returned to her home here Sunday, after spending the past week with relatives at Mine La Motte. Miss Stella Kcnnon, who is teach ing the Downs school, spent the week-end with her father here. Some of the young people from here attended the pie supper at Rockcrcek Saturday night. 1 hose who spent bunday evening at the Lenz home were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker and Leona McCarver of Flat River, Mr. and Mrs. Layne and children of Elvins, Mrs. Joseph Ves sels and Gus Vessels, Clyde Hicks of near Yount. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis and chil dren of near Libertyville were guests of relatives here one oay last week. J. B. Dines of Fredericktown was here on business last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker and Leona McCarver of Flat River spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Deguire and Hazel Johnson of Mine La Motte were guests of relatives here Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Baker of Elvins pass ed through here Friday enroute to Womack to get their daughter, Misa Clara, who is teaching there. Gus Vessels was a Libertyville vis itor Saturday. A full line of , Gillette Razors and all other Safety Razors. STRAPS, MUGS, SOAPS AND BRUSHES. 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