Dr. Copestake Moves to West Jersey
Princeville Telephone March 10, 1932
West Jersey News
Personal and Local
Mrs. L. J. Smith is ill with flu at her home east of town.
Mrs. B. Z. Page is quite ill at her home northeast of town.
Joan Alldredge has been quite ill with flu the last two weeks.
Mrs. Ed Wiley spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. C. T. Egbert.
Little Tommy Smith fell the full length of the cellar stairs recently.
Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond Brady called at the Chas. Kamerer home Sunday evening.
Wesley Graves died at the county farm recenty and was buried in the Stringtown cemetery.
Chas. Kamerer, Fred Smith, Earl Addis and J. H. Beamer spent Friday in Springfield, Ill. on business.
James Craig, from Dallas City, Ill., came last week to see his sister, Mrs. Margaret Webster, who is seriously ill.
Miss Mary Webster came home from Danville to attend the funeral services of her grandfather, J. D. Webster.
Owen McGinnis and family moved into the George Sweat house east of the Hawthrone school house one day recently.
Stella Foster moved from Toulon last week to the McGinnis farm and will keep house for her brother, Bert McGinnis.
Mrs. Jennie Graham from near Marshalltown, Iowa, came Saturday to attend the funeral services of her brother-in-law, J. D. Webster.
Mrs. Snyder Atherton, living south of town, is seriously ill with flu.