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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 March 1922

tr !ivrrs vim t" . ". i ) i n.-. in LI 'i , ,. . . THX HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 4tHNo.83 ; hjlmion. UJJNois. Tuesday; march 7 I922 Subscription ?1.5? For Year Y ii i u ij ii i ii . ni CAPTAIN .WILLIAM HENDRICKSON DIED SUDDENLY A troA .Vetoffln.fl Cixri v. vr v... War. Called tiy Death 'Thursday. FOURTEEN YEARS IN RANKINfi RUINF."1!6'1 Dy the committee from 'Mr, IVIPK 0 UO 1 n tOO L ,B Thompson of Cnleagof . , Served the State of Illinois for Great Many Years. 4 The angel of death blew taps again i Thursday, night and another of the thin ranks of Civil War veterans an- , swered tbsp summons to his reward. 'Captain William llendrickaou, pioneer : of Williamson' county and honored! citizen and banker ..died- Thursday evening from heart failure. in seeming good Jialtb i1! this week the death , cornea wlin a greater bbock than ever and the entire community grieves with the family. , , Mr, ilendrickson was Aoin in this county on Oct. Hi, 1845, , two miles north of P...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 March 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 13;2 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion,: Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year . .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will ba stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at jecond class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, aa Dr.. Peebles wrote a book oiT"How to.M II1C CIIIICD Jl I Live a Century," but he has left us to find ULIIlL rUHLlMlL out why he himself lacked thirty-six days ot doing it. HELD MONDAY Body of Albert L. Cline' is Brot from California and Laid to Rest In Rosehill, The funeral ot Albert L. Cline, who died suddenly at his home at Van PROOF OF ABILITY TO PAY THE BONUS ' (Chicago' Tribune) . Few if any opponents of the soldiers' bonus , have had the boldness to say that fVio man ifhn AafanAaA thorn anrltVioir in.'Niiys, California, last...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 March 1922

TUESDAY, MARCH. 7 1922 BASKETBALL i ; TOURNAMil NEARING END Semi-finals this Afternoon and Finals Played Tonight. . - - - JOHNSTON CITY IS CLASS B FAVORITE Special Train to Take Fans Home After a the Finals.. . - The Inst games of the district basket lall tournament are played Satur; day and the championship will be decided In the finals at 8:15 Saturday DRi HALEY & BLAIR f. (Pholo of Dr. Blair) Dr Blair in Charge. WILL BE AT MARION, ILLINOIS " . WEST SIDE HOTEL '.TUESDAY, MARCH-14, Honrs: 8 a.m. to 5 p. m. (NO MONEY. REQUIRED) SPECIALISTS who - devote their entire time to the- treatment of Men, Women and. wniaren. as jouows; i Stomach, Livsr, Kidneys, Bowels, Gall Stones, Constipation, Anemia, Adominal Troubles, Diabetes, Rheu matism, .Female Troubles, .Neuralgia, Deafness, Varicose Veins, Catarrh of I Head and Throat, Leg Ulcers, Ecze mas,, Debility, Ruptures, Bed-Welting Epllpsy. Pits, Huat troubles. PILES AND RECTAL FISJJLA: Treat" without knife, No chloroform. No cu...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 March 1922

PAGE FOUR HOSPIIALWORK IS PROGRESSING Donations Being Sent Direct to Headquarters in City Hall Building. Progress . in the right direction marks (he. march of (he Marion City Hospital campaign. The workers are risking life and ltmb in going about the city, but they are going just the same. Each family is being visited and the workers report eheonraRing receptions and responses. The reports (or the -worn of Wednesday and Thursday wore handed in at the committeemen's mooting this noon, and the-returns ale being compiled at headquarters. Froif verbal reports received .it is believed that the amount subscribed is running close to the 25,000 mark. Marion wilf have its City Hospital ami the work era announce that they will keep at the canvass until the lufl.ftnO is secured. The prospect list is so large that many districts have not yet been visited, but so anxious are the people to donate that a number are being sent to (he campaign office, second lloor of the City Hall. The young people ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 March 1922

Leader v THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 340 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922 Subscription 1.69 Per Tear Marion -TAT THIRD TIMF THAT MARION HAS WON DISTRICT CUP JohnStOIl City Won basket ball tournament" Saturday r t ni. night, the officials and newspaper UlaSS 15 LnampiOn- 1 writers who hail followed iho lour-l,Jr-nnA 'QimA '" ' ' nament from the first game cot tobllip clliU oeCUUU. aether, .and picked an all ft.ir team. ' Because of t ho fact" that tl.e- teams ' ' were divided into Class A end Class HERRIN LOST IN - tn- a team of ,en men M p'cied ' - . 'without ranking as to first and soCLOSEST.GAmE cond teams and all live or the MaI rion team placed on the all-star. - j ; : i ' I The ten players thot by'the officials' -, r i i ttr y j. to have played the best b.ihU-t i MUrpnySDOrO WOn ,VUl by On Point Aftei Playing Overtime. With the larger end of a 21-17 score Saturday evening, the Marion Township High school for the third puccesslve time, won ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 March 1922

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADE THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor , OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTIONRATES: ' ' Per Six Months $ .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will topped at expiration of time 'paid tq unless renewed. Entered at the post jecond class mail matter. office at CHANGING SENSE (Life.) At five the small boy's sense of humor finds its highest satisfaction in seeing-his father fall down the ceilar stairs. At ten he finds delight in teasing his young lady sister about the wart-fan her beau's nose. At fifteen he becomes greatly amused at the ludicrous ideas of las parents. In college he finds no event so uproariously funny as the one when he and a few. others found an old horse belonging to one of the professors, painted it green and tied it to the piano in the chapel. As a lov.er there is nothing so keenly rediculous as theAvitticisms of his sweetheart. 'After...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 March 1922

FRIDAY, MARCH Id, 192S ' '.-..--. .:k...n v . ' . 1' 1 - inc. jiivii-vYLc.rx.i leajuek . " PAGE THREE FARMERS STILL HOLDING CORN Winter Wheat Has Been Damaged at Borne Points Thruout the r State. SPRINGFIELD, March 6. The fol lowing semi-monthly cron notes for Illinois have Just been issued by the v. . department of agriculture: Temperatures have been nearly normal much or the "time' during the past few weeks with a few erratic cnanges, ranging from tin wannest February day on record, for 40 years on the 22iul to a general cold wave at the close of the month. Precipitation has not been heavy and mostly in the fornt of rain.. Corn prices have shown ac upward tendency of late and the movement from nfrms has been great si- than for some time. Farmers, however, show a marked disposition to hold for higher , prices. There are numerous reports that much of the seed corn is infested with disease and a carenil selection of seed is being urged. Winter wheat has been damaged to some extent in...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 March 1922

PAGE FOUR WHOLESALE OIL plant opened!"";:::;:: Marlon Service Company Opens the Wholesale Department of Their Business. The wholesale department of the Marion Service Company" ;s now op. n and ready for business. le plain having been erected along (lie Missouri Pacific tracks on North Fair street and just north of the fan- grounds. The warehouse there is fifnlndO feet In size, with four 15.000 jnllnn storage tanks and with capacity for 10 cars of oils in barrels and cans besides that in bulk. The bis tanks have already been filled, the supply coming in tank cars from which it is pumped by gasoline pumps. It is iransfeired to the tank wagons by. gravity lor distribution thruout the imin.y. Al! kinds of oils- are carried m stock, the company being Hi distributors for the Sihioio proi'm l for Esvpt These include the t-.nn Companv's motor oils, transmission lubricants and industrial oils and greases. James Long is in chaise ol the wholesale depart men.!.- This is now open and handlins ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 March 1922

.V. T 5 ny , ' J Mamok THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Semi-Weekly Leader Vol. 40 No. 341 FRANCO 3 MINE AGAIN BROKE ITS HOISTING RECORD AT PAULTON This is a Modern Mine Thruout, Being Electrically Equip- per in Every Respect Growing With GIVE OPERETTA AT HIGH SCHOOL Not to be Given at Orpheum as at First Planned Fine Cast for "Gypsy Rover." , With the arrival of the' new scenery for the- stage of the high school auditorium which was -purchased at a cost of over $1000, 1t has been decided to present the operetta "The Gypsy Rover" at the high school instead of the Oi'1'.heum .Theatre ps previously annunced. The "llay will be given Wednesday evening of, next ' weelt at 8 o'clock.' . The play will he jn under the direction of Miss Verna Church, instructor 1n music who last year coached thepioduetion of the '"Captain of Plymouth" at the high school and the cast has been "working hard on the play for several weeks. "The Gypsy Rover" is a musical comedy in three acta written...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 March 1922

PAOJB TWO HARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER' (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. t-vf 4 , 7 Marlon, Illinois. f. W. O. PAISLEY,1 Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of iime paid to unless renewed. " Entered: at the post office at Aecond class "mail matter. 2 f - - - - - '- " ' NOSODT 'XOVES w APRIL PRIMARY So far as '"we can learn there are no friends lf of '; the . ' April primary "down state." The. change from September was one which was made for Chicago politicians and it tne (majority 01 the people that" Mayor ' Thompson will instead of proiiung thrirthe change. The primary; law, as it stands has no admirers in the cbncon which is now working on a new ' 'State' constitution at However reports are that they have found no-satisfactory substitute. : In theory the Erimary . takes the control to the people ut the way the law now stands it is too Cumbers...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 March 1922

sttnratsKiSc usurer BRI f SPRINGHILL CHURCH. 4 The little village of Palfco is verv proud of its church, which stands on a ,bTgiJiill jejpatipi west-otqthe $W9; mercantile :Rla.o.Vof,v)mi-VW&ttbout a. stone's throw. .JTMshouse of worship hag a long and interesting history.- ' .It was first, qrswiilzfid an a. Mission- , aty '.Mtist. , fhurcjti . , inJSif i an4 : was located, qui ..-'pUes, northwest 'of its. present, )pca,ionloneav,,shn ,ja M- " :? ..WH WNrfWr It, Uian. wen: by . the,.Bawe,,,6f, Gum, Springs." HMtrf liat'jnun ....,,.. i. i! ' . ' : V .' ' ..'r.r.V""r,6luIMH HS pflO enormous springs of water near b .y g'veWto its. name.,,,.,,,.,,., Jij( M .tnfJ r itiw.-i'iMtvit-iopres.-, . ent vsite,i is. a lrge1,Rm-yig..of11wnt'er rising to, the grpu.nd'suriac.e, w(i(j(ir continually .flows . , ,it.nd,,.)i ink lea the rocjc, aiidi,is ,prf,1s.fit1ist'y,inig'tp,.tie, tlMffi?rw,.this(,.it.issUipt itqiihay .derived lie "present name' it now ''emriVprjnghl.JV ,,; ,..-,.,, Morft...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 March 1922

, TUESDAT. MARCH M, 1922 dlG SCORE 111 THE LAST HALF Belford Out of the Game Part of the Time Johnson Was the I Star. TOURNAMENT SCORES AND GAMES. Greenville 22; Centratiu 43. Olney 20; Collinvilla 27. Bridgeport 26;" Marion 8. 2 p. m. Centralia vs. West ' Frankfort. 3 p. m. Marion vs. Collinsville. 8 p. m.Wlnwrs play for championship. (By Homer Butler) Staging a comeback in . tUe. last half that scored over 40 points after a slow start in first half at the end of which the score stood 17 to 13, the M. T. II. S. basket ball team won its first game in the . sectional tournament at Mt. Vernon Friday night ovei Bridgeport, with a score oi 58 to 26. The Marlon team failed to show the.i usual style of play until the thiro quarter and from the? on the gams was theirs with the victory cinched. Cantan Norman Belford retired in favor of Felts at center, Wallace be coming captain on the floor. Luke Johnson, torward, collected the greatest Individual scores wilh' 13 tielt. baskets for a total ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 March 1922

Marion Tr -.v - V.'V- v v THE HOME PAPER OF MARION .AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 342 MARION, ILlJNOljA FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1922 Subscription tl&Q Per Tear ERS WILL CEASE WORK ON . APRIL FIRST Secretary of Labor and Lewis Held Con- . .ference. GENERAL STRIKE IS INEVITABLE Lewis Says:Problcra ; Can No tBe Settled by Districts. ' ' WASHINGTON, D. C.. March 15.-- ' The bituminous coal strike on April 1 Is Inevitable, that-is the joint opinion of Secretary of Ijibor DavJs and ' Vresident Lewis of the Untied Mine i ' Workers, who held a conference here , , yesterday. ' I President Lewis states that the "$ minors are ready to open nopotinUons f lor an agroemrit to take the place of the present contract which expires on April first. He said that the union I would Insist upon a national contract in the central competitive field and iS would refuse to consider, anything J: ' else. -.-.'- I Healso warned Ihe public rait to I become scared and buy coal at exI . orbitant prices. H...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 March 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1322 WON SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, IHiuoia. W. O. PAISLEY, 'Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor.- WHAT WELL KNOWN MEN ; HAVE SAID SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per SU Months .75 Per Year s 1.59 All subscriptions payable to advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecoad class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, THE COAL SITUATION IS CRITICAL As the first day of April approaches the coal situation continues to remain critical. It is no more so than has been for weeks, for the position of eastern operators has been against a new scale from the start and there seems to be no chance Jo secure an adjustment with them. We believe that a settlement could be made in the Illinois and Indiana fields without any cessation of work were it not for the situation in competing territory. The action in other states is what holds up an...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 March 1922

CON-CON MAY ADJOURN SOON Hope to be Able to Thre&n Out Important Matters During This " Week., Special In the BEPUBLICAX-l.EADMt SPRINGFIELD, March 15.--Lead8rs in the constitutional convention 'are - looking for a full attendance this week thru consideration, These sec1:0ns were pasBeo. up oy tne eonvention at its final meeting last week in order that they could be given proper consideration. One of the chief sections to be decided contains the Issjie of holding ' elections for all officers in the state " on the same day. While many organizations in the stale have endorsed -this plan of election, there Is -a possibility of some opposition com ing from the Cook county delegates, " as proponents say. Another section in the article provlding for the abolishment of the primary elections will be ftin fur tlier consideration after,- the other question has been settled. ' The convention last wee.T by holding .three dally sessions have disposed of many sections of the articles O...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 March 1922

'FRIOAT WfTdCS it. -kKi PAGE FOtm v m SEM1AVEXKLY tADR FOUR FROM HEBE ON ALL STARS Johnson and Belford Made the First Team Harris "and Robinson on Second. At the conclusion of the cta-mflhm-1 ship game of the Mt, Verm.n tourna,inent, the officials Millard, sport a edi-' tor. of the Decatur Daily Review and W. E. Kling of Centralis who refer ced the games, picked an all star team, placing two Marion men on each squad. Luke Johnson of Marion placed as forward and rViptuin Nor man Belford was picked a9 tenter on the team picked as the best in the Egyptian tournament, Marlon's guards Ray Robinson and Ralph ITmris were chosen as the defense uu '.' second all-star. The two squads as selected were an follows: FIRST TEAM. Forwards. Johnson," Marion. ; ' Kellar, Centralia. ' Center. Belford, Marion. Guards. " Parker, Centralia. , Cox, Centralia, captain. SECOND TEAM. Forwards. Hughes, Centralia. Lee, West Frankfort. Center. Jokerest, Collinville.- , . Guards, Harris, Marion. Robinson, Marion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 March 1922

i wFL'jMij librw: , . '- ""V'","; THE HOWE PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTlf Vol. 4 No. 343 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1922 gubscrlptioEil.b(t Per Ye MariokSemiIWeekly HOLD TWO FOR DEATH OF BABY Coroner' Jury Holds Ina Norris and Claude Greer for the Grand ' ' " Jury w. . The Jury called by Coroner William McCown Friday afternoon and com posed of E. S. Howard, foreman, Wil liam Collins, James Carter. Joe Gill, J. A. Morgan and W. F. Rummage ordered that Ina Norris aud Claude Greer 'be held to await tie action of the grand Jury for the death of little Bernadine Elaine Norris who was killed by "carbolic acid administered, by , her mother with intent to kill,'' Greer Is held as an accessory to the death. Airs" Norris . testified before the coroner's jury that khe was the grandmother of the dead baby, Bernadine Elaine (Greer) Norris, two years old last May. She -wiid that about 11 a. m. Friday, Claude -Greer drove up-to the house and that hei daughter, went out in front a...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 March 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMl-WEEKLY - LEADER TUESDAY; MAROH 21, 1922 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUGGESTS COMMISSION FOR MUSCLE SHOALS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Month $ .75 Per Year 150 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at .the post office at Marion, Illinois, aa iecond class mail matter. A BOOKLET ON "EGYPT" A booklet has just been issued by the MARION DAILY REPUBLICAN which is one being sent out for the purpose of acquainting the national advertiser with the opportunities of this section. It is entitled "Egypt and the Marion Daily Republican" and is a fine piece of printing and one of which the REPUBLICANLEADER office is proud. The book is printed in three colors, each page isillustrated with scenes in and around Marion. The title page tells of the newspaper and that the Semi-...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 March 1922

TUESEtAY, MARCrt 21, 1922 JOHN ARMES DIED SATURDAY Funeral Services to be Held Sunday at the Scottsboro Baptist Xhurch. Early Saturday morning death claimed John Ward Armes, aged 73, at the home of his son Will Armes ; of Scottsboro. Funeral Be' vices con ducted Sunday by Reverend Drowning and Slagle at the Scottsboro Baptist church followed by Interment in the Maplewood cemetery. John W. Armes was born May 9, 1848 In Eastern Tennessee and at the time of his death was aged 73 years, 10-months, and 3 days. He was the son of John 'Armes; He received his education in the public schools of Franklin county and 49 years ago was married to Miss Eliza Adams of that county. By that -marriage three children survive. Monroe Armes, Marion; Will Armes. Scoffs boro, and Mrs. David Meadow, Herrin. In 1890 Mrs. Aimes died and several years later MP. Arms was married to Flora Jones. By the sefond marriage, the following children survive: James Armes, Marion; Mrs. John. Hutehin-. son, Poplar Bluff, M...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 March 1922

PAGE FOtfR MISSIONARY MEETING OPENS Woman's Presbyterial Missionary Society Holds 42d Annual M eating Here Today and Friday. The 42nd annual session of the Woman's Presbyterial Society of the Cairo Presbytery of the Presbyterian church opened at the Presbyterian church on North Market street at 9 O'clock Thursday morning The 'sessions are presided over by Mrs. W. N. Butler of Cairo, "president of the society. Greetings in bhalf of Marion and the Marion Presbyterthn church were extended by Mrs. W. O. Paisley and following the roll call reports were made by the different secretaries and treasurers an lithe work of the year was shown to huve been most satisfactory. Officers of Cairo Presbyterial Society. Presiuent: Mrs. W. N. Butler, Cairo. Vice Presidents: Mrs. Robert Watt, Muri'Jiysboro. Mrs. M. V McAdoo, Harrisburg. Mrs. DT W. Karaker, Anna. Mrs. Henry Bantz, Marion. , ' - Secretaries: Corresponding Mrs. Clarence Bonnell, Harrisburg. Associate Membership- Mrs. Trobough, Murphysboro....

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