Murphysboro Daily Independent
Murphysboro Daily Independent
Contributed by MRiseling

Description: Personals

Date: May 21 1930

Newspaper published in: Murphysboro, IL

Source: Original Newspaper

PERSONALS

Mrs. Van MORFIELD and daughter, Virginia, and George HOWELL spent Tuesday in Brookport.

Mrs. U.S. GULLETT, of Elizabethtown, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robt. PRICE and family.

J. A. RENTFRO, of Paducah, is a patient at Holden hospital.

Mr. & Mrs. Homer PARK have returned from a three weeks’ stay in Chicago.

Clarence BAGGETT, R. E. GREGORY and Dr. E. E. EDMONDSON attended a meeting of the I.O.O.F Conton in DuQuoin Tuesday evening.

Mrs. Sallie MURPHY, of Anna, was the guest Wednesday of her sister, Mrs. L. T. MOFIELD.

Mr. & Mrs. Opal SPAIN and daughter, Betty, of Los Angeles, Calif., who have been the guests of the former’s parents, Mr. & Mrs. W. F. SPAIN and family, left Monday for a visit with relatives in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Frank BRIDGES, who has been teaching in Sikeston, Mo., has returned to spend the summer vacation with home folks.

E. B. GODART is a patient at Holden hospital.

Miss Lottie GILFORD of Detroit, Mich., is expected to arrive Thursday evening for a several days’ visit with Miss Susan PATTERSON.

Mrs. Bertha BARR KEESEE was a visitor in Belleville Tuesday.

Miss Opal MURPHY is a patient at Holden hospital following an operation for appendicitis.

Miss Willie NISSON underwent an operation for appendicitis at Holden hospital Monday.

Miss Mary YOUNG, teacher in the Golconda schools, is here on account of the death of her grandfather, Jas. S. HILL.

Mrs. H. E. EXBY was a St. Louis visitor Monday.

Miss Anna JUNGERS was a business visitor in Vienna Tuesday.

Mrs. C. C. PERCE was a business visitor in St. Louis Monday.

Mrs. LOYD BRADLEY spent Monday in St. Louis.

Edwin SALZENTEN was a St. Louis visitor Wednesday.


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