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Mrs. Lena Amick, Mrs. Helen Hensley, Mrs. Dorotha Miller and Karen and Mrs. Ollie Roberts were in Danville Monday, where they delivered 750 cookies and $3.00 cash donation to the U.S.O. Canteen. The committee wishes to thank all for their generous response to the request for more cookies. Mrs. Mable Foxworthy led the group with 10 dozen, several others baked 5 and 6 dozen. You can get your sugar at the Roberts home.

Mrs. Green DeZarn was called to Cincinnati, O., by the death of her brother.

Robert McLaughlin has purchased the Jake Fox rental property in the north end of town and will move there about March 1. He has sold his farm equipment to Forrest W. Renville, who with his wife will move onto the farm March 1st. Mr. McLaughlin has lived on this farm almost 40 years and was forced to give up farming when his two sones entered the Service.

Leo Siddens, recently discharged from the navy, is now employed in Lafayette.

Vincent Sinkes has returned to his work in Dayton, O. Mrs. Sinkes will stay with her father, Robert McLaughlin, until after he moves.

Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Renville were in Lafayette Saturday evening to attend the marriage of their daughter, Lou Ellen, to A.M.M. 3|c Harry G. Lyman. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roberts, who spent the evening with their son, Jay, and family.

Mrs. Minnie James is staying in the home of her son, Delmar, near Rossville, Ill., while he is ill with the flu. Mrs. Delmar James is in the Methodist Hospital, Bloomington, Ill., where on Dec. 28, she underwent a major operation for gall bladder trouble. She is making a satisfactory recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roberts called on Edgar Van Tress and family in Ambia Sunday afternoon. Mr. Van Tress, who recently returned from Rockville Sanitorium, is showing improvement, having gained several pounds.

A large crow attended the Mrs. George Holtz sale last Thursday. Things sold very well.
Harry Pence is confined to his home with a serious heart ailment.

Mrs. Jay Cox received a telephone call from her brother, Harold Wheeler, U.S. Navy, who is at the home of her mother in Fairfield, Ill. This was the first time they had heard from him since before Pearl Harbor. She will leave Thursday to see him.

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jernagan and children spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Armstrong, and helped her father celebrate his 72nd birthday.

New officers were chosen for the Methodist Sunday School on Sunday. They are Supt., Juston Vestal; asst., G.L. Amick; Sec., Marjorie York; asst., Vivien Martin; Treas., Harold WIllen; Pianist, Virginia Nolin; asst., Mary Sloan. Mrs Olive Renville was re-elected as chorister. Sunday School every Sunday at 10.

Date: 1/6/1944
Origin: Review-Republican
Record ID: 00002641
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 8/10/2001
Collection: Clippings scrapbooks
Entered By: M. Park Hunter

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