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PAGE SIX ALTON BVfctfING TELEGRAPH District Garden Cliibs at Y.W.C.A. For Day's Session Noted Horticulturalists on Program—State Leaders Attend Distinguished hortlculluraUsts and national garden club officers were among the 75 persons at the semi-annual meeting of the Southern Region of Illinois Garden Clubs, today, at the Young Women's Christian Association. Highlight of the morning speech •s was "Old and New m Horticul lure" by Mrs. O. W. Dynes of Chicago, general chairman of the Chicago Flower Show, one of the largest amateur shows In the country and the only one entirely planned and conducted by amateurs. She is a past president of the national council of state gardens and of the state garden club, Mrs. Dynes, noted horticulturallst, has had several varieties of flowers named for her. A water Hly.-pewly developed in Chicago, Is to be named for her. Others on the morning program, which began at 9 o'clock with registration, were greetings, Mrs. W. W. Shoemaker, president of Illinois garden club; "Flower ^Show Activities", Mrs.. W. T. Warren, state treasurer; "Garden Glortes and Garden Club of Illinois'State Civic Contest", Mrs. Raymond 'Kitotts, editor of "Garden Glories". Luncheon was served at-noon in the Y, W. C. AI' dining room. Among guests were Miss jUicy T. Kelley of St Louis, secretary of the St. Louis flower show; Mrs. A. C. Knapp of Bellevijle, chairman of the amateur 'division, of the St. Louis flower show, and Miss G«ace Hundley of Flora, contributor for Southern Illinois district to "Garden Glories". ' ' Roses decorating the dining room and lobby of the Y. W. C. A. were 1 contributed by Erwin Dormann, superintendent of city parks, and were picked from city gardens. Members of the Alton Garden Club arranged other bouquets.. Following luncheon Mrs. 1 P. J. Knudson, resident Chairman, Springfield, and state chairman of roadside beautification, spoke on "Abraham Lincoln's Memorial GardenTFall flower arrangements were Illustrated by Mrs. J. Wilson McAllister of Chicago and the meeting was closed with showing of slides of the Chicago Flower Show. Spring meeting of thg group probably will be hejd in Harrisburg, • Those at the meeting came from Alton, St. Louis, Chicago, Mt,.Vernon, Kast St. Louis, Marine,ipjar- rlsburg, Wood,Rivet, Clayton^Mo., ; Edwardsville and' Godfreyr '*" • Birthi Dr. and, Mrs. George H. McDonald of St Louis are .parents of a son born Saturday, August 30. The babe, weighing 5% pounds, was born in St. John's Hospital; St Louis. Mrs, McDonald was Miss Rosalie Gorman of Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smithson of 905 Ferguson avenue Wood River are L parents of a daughter, born at Alton Memorial Hospital at 6:39 a. m., today. The baby weighs six pounds and eight .ounces. Announcement is being mode by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spann of 104 West Fifth street, Hartford, of the birth of a daughter. The baby, weighing six pounds and eight ounces, was born at 1:52 a. m., today at Alton Memorial Hospital. A son, weighing seven pounds and 13 ounces, was born Tuesday at 12:45 p. m., at Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr;, and Mrs. A. C. Taylor of Cottage Hills, Mr. and Mrs/ Charles Camp of Godfrey are announcing the blr.th of a daughter. The baby, was born ,at Alton Memorial Hospital at 2{07 a. m. today and weighed seven pounds and one ounce. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leding of 531 East Eighth street are announcing the birth of a daughtefc at St. Joseph's Hospital. The bi weighing nine pounds arid ;p2 ounces was born Tuesday at 8:55 a. m. Announcement was made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corr of 308 West Thirteenth street. The baby, born at 1:28 a. m., at St. Joseph's Hospital, weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. Lodge Notes . Flint.Auxiliary wjjl meet Thurs' day night with Mrs. Henry Kaufman, 609 Edmbnd street, Democratic Women's Club will meet at Turner 'Hal)'' Thursday night w|th Mrs. R. Poland and Mrs, C. Carpenter 4s hostesses, 4 meeting of CarHn Rebokah •^Ofjgtf', No, 248,' wlIMxj iJfW Thurs• day evening At tha. lodge hall in North jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiitiiiinimnniniiiiiinmiiiiiininnitniMitiinnu ^Society. . , CLUBS PAHTHUI WBDDIMOM TSAB DANOWl Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiititiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirl MJw Nonle Magulre To Wed Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Maguire or 1301 Clawson avenue are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, MSss Nonie Mary Maguire, to Edwin Clay Peters of Chicago, son of Mrs. W. J. Peters and the late Mr. Peters o2 Alton. The wedding wlH take place Tuesday, October 14, In the rectory of St. Patrick's Church. Mr. Peters, graduate of 'Alton High School and the University of Missouri at Columbia, Is with the Atlas B6x Makers of Chicago. His fiancee, graduate of Marquette High School and the Ursultne Bus iness College on Danforth street, Is In the office of the Alton Box- board Company. Thl Tau»' Danctan Party Phi Tau Omega Sorority will give a dancing party October 10 at Mineral Springs Hotel. Tentative plans for the dance were made last night during a meeting of the sorority. "Guest Day" at Club "Guest Day" will be observed by women of the Rock Spring Country Club Tuesday. September 9, and a blind holes. tournament will be featured. Hostesses for the day will be Mrs. O. J. Knapp. Mrs Chester L. Persing, Mrs. Lawrence Keller and Mrs. Herbert Wickenhauser. Gangsome tournament was held Tuesday, and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Nelson, K. McBrlen and Mrs. Knanp. Following the playing of golf the women had luncheon In the dining room, which was attractively decorated, Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene Melline. Mrs. H. C. Hellrung and Mrs. F. N. Orr. i Wed In Winchester, Ind. Mrs. H. J. Russo, of Seminary Road has made known the marriage of her daughter, Miss Florence Russo, to Edward N. Goodman, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodman, of East Alton. The wed- dine occurred in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Corn in Winchester, Ind., August 19, and Mr. and Mrs. John Humehick of Alton were the couple's attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman will reside in Winchester, where the former is employed. D. 6. O. Meeting Tonight Nu chanter,. Delta Omicron Omicron fraternity, will meet tonight ivvith Bill Tuegle, at his home in Hawthorne Place. Plans will be completed "for a party for chanter members to be held at the Onlzed club Friday, night. FrlendoUerft' Meeting Members of the Frlendoller Club were entertained by Miss Mayltic Robertson at her home on Powha* tan street last night. Pinochle Was played, and Miss Robertson served refreshments. Guest gift was presented to Mrs. Joseph Bogart and club prizes to Mrs. John Wolf Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Eugene Highlander. Mrs. Smith, residing -on Forest drive, will have the club with her in two weeks. Family Reunion Held A Jouett family reunion was held Sunday at the Jouett Brothers farm at Kennedy crossroads, near Greenfield, and dinner was served. Fifty were in attendance, Including Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gustafson and Mr: and Mrs. Axel Feltman of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Florine Barton and daughter, Judith, of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bermes o£ Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jouett;;Miss Lydia Jouett, Ronald Jouett, Miss Margaret Morris, Jackie Norrls, Miss Evaline Jouett, . Miss Geraldlne Jouett, Minor Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Powell, Mr; and Mrs. Raymond Jouett, Mr., and Mrs. Stanley Jouett. Miss Jacqueline Jouett'and Miss Marjory Eldred of Alton; Henry Jouett, Vernbn.Neil Jouett and Loren Jouett, White Hall; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Long, Brighton, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jouett, Miss Pauline Jouett, Harold Jouett, Mr. and Mrs. Ru'al Jouett, Miss Florence Jouett, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Byland, Ronald Byland, Mrs. Florence Postlewalt, Mp. and Mrs. Gerald Jouett, ;Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jouett Miss Barbara'Jou- ett, and Miss,Ruth Jouett of Carrollton; \ - '. ' ' Wedding In St, Charles Ray Smith, 602 First street, Wood River, 'and 'Miss Monette Terry, 541 Wood River avenue, Wood River, were,married Friday afternoon,' August/ 29, at four o'clock, at St. John's Evangelical Church, St. Charles, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene • Evans of Alton witnessed the • single ring ceremony, performed by the Rev. H: C. Rohlfing. ' ,' , ' f " Miss Terry wore a navy blue frock, with maching .accessories, and a corsage -of gardenias. Mrs. Evans wore a costume of green and white and her flowers were shasta daisies. A wedding- dinner was served' Friday-night at the home "of Mr. Smith's parents Mr/ and Mrs. Charles. Smith, in Wood River, and was followed by a reception. Reja- tives and friends were ^ in 'attendance. jiFhe dinner table-, was orriai five cake, adorned with a miniature bride and groom, * * • *, • Mr. r and Mrsi Smith spent' the weekend In Kentucky as guests of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Terry. They are residing In the Sumner apartments at Beach and Leslie avenues, Wood River. Book Review nnd Tea Ninian Edwards Chapter, Daughters of the American 'Revolutionj will sponsor a book review'ahd tea at the Young Women's Christian Association Tuesday, October 7. Mrs. Estelle Asckenasy ' of , St, Louis well-known in Alton, will be the reviewer. Mrs. A. Don Stocker, Mrs. M, A. Reasoner, Mrs. John Olmstead and Mrs. Gordon Miles Hildebrand. Eckhouse-Hoover Announcement Announcement is being made of the approaching marriage of Miss Eileen Hoover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe R, Hoover of 1613 Clawson street to, Charles Eckhouse, son of A. Eckhouse, of Brighton. The wedding will, take place in Brighton September -,Xf. . TiibltlmH Hear Flower 'A'alk .Mrs. Gordon M. Hildebrand spoke to nAmbers of Modern Ta- blthas of the First Presbyterian Church about flowers and flower arranging during a meeting of the group 'Tuesday evening In > the home of Mrs. F. O. Grlewank of Northrnoor place. * ' Mrs. Hildebrand, told.of the care of cut flowers in order to prolong their life. She illustrated her explanation of flower" arranging with two, bouquets she had designed. Mrgj5. Hildebrand stressed the importance of proper containers for |lora)\ arrangements. She conclud- j ed';her ;talk by telling of flowers fpr ''personal wear. Assisting hostesses during the evening were Mrs. J. D. Aderhold and Mrs. Richard Cousley,: Past Matrons to Meet Members of the Post Matrons Club will meet for a dessert- bridge party Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr, and Mrs. David McKee on Spauldlng avenue. Mrs. McKee and Mrs. Lawrence Gent will be hostesses. Party at Turner Hall Auxiliary to the United Spanish American War Veterans will give n card party Friday night at Turner Hall. MissHeggemeier's Recital Monday Miss Arleen Haggemeier, pianist, will be presented In a recital by her teacher, Miss Clarice Rutledge, Monday,' at 8 p.- m. in Shurtleff College 1 chapel. Mss Heggemeier, who won an honor award at Oberlin Conservator^ of Music, Oberlin, O., last Oc- tobefr m* a contest for high school seniors, -will leave Alton Sept. 10 to enter Oberlin; the alma mater of her' teacher. The <young pianist, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Heggemeier, has appeared frequently in radio programs and recitals, the most recent, a two-piano recital with Miss Shirley Rademacher of Beihalto, last March. She began her plan? study at the age of 5. ' During the summer Miss 'Heggemeier, also an accomplished organist, .'has serVed as assistant organist "at the Evangelical church, where her father is pastor. She played for all the early morning summer services. Miss Heggemeier Is known as an accompanist. The-recital is open to the public. SeptemberMeeting To Be Held at La Vista AHoi} Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at La Vista Monday night, September 22, and at that time year books will be distributed. Members of the club board met with Miss F, Jane Graves at Alton Memorial Hospital last evening. A letter was read inviting club women to meet Gov. Creep on Friday, and the club will be represented at the reception. Plans are being completed for the,, October meeting when, the public relations committee will present Judge Florence Allen of Cleveland Ohio, and for an international relations dinner in November. Judge Allen will be In Alton Oct. 21. Miss Florence Johnson is choir* man of the public relations committee and Miss Ellen Machin of the International relations committee. Sun dials give exactly, correct time only on April 15, June 14, September 1 §nd December 24. <. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally. ' The- PRESCRIPTION WHOP ... "The bigger the summer vacation the harder the '." , , . Menthohgy, st yourself to FAI4/$ ; tPW lie. We combine ' J, Rtmell Dale - D. ], Fitzgerald; »• ww' ,,, and economy, 26 bit Broadway Young Women's G1M) Hears Talk On Home Safety . * j What to Do in Case of Accidents Told By S. A. Martin Stanley A. Martin, safety first man at Shell Oil Co. addressed members and guests of Alton Young! Women's Club at the Young Men's Christian Association Tuesday night on "Accidents In the Home.',' Mr. Martin encouraged the study of first aid, by housewives and mothers, In order that prompt assistance may be given in case of accidents In homes. He spoke on artificial respiration and controlled bleeding, • and gave helpful hints to the women as to the part they can play hi the home when some member of .their family suffers from shock, burns' or scalds, dislocations and fracture:, internal or external poisonings and insect bites. Miss Louise Delano, progam chairman of the club, presented Mr. Martin, who spoke after the women had dinner. Mrs. W. !H. Breitwelser, president, presided during a short business meeting, and plans for the early part of the 1941-1942 season were putliaed; Miss Delmno announced that T. W. Butler ,would speak on the work of the Alton draft board before the club on Oct. 7, and that Lloyd,Cox fwould show pictures taken at CaiUp Forrest, Tullahoma, Tenn. Missi Delano stated that club members would con tribute-Jo this 'seasonVs program, and that Miss Gertrude Horn will provide piano numbers at the October meeting. ./* , t Mrs. I. T. 1 . Thompson, membership chairman, spoke on her committee's ' pXans, and Mrs. Brelt- weiser announced a board meeting to be lield at 'the home of Mrs. Earl Hair, 2211 Virginia avenue, on Sept. 16. Miss Florine Bankert, chairman, announced a meeting of the Novel Groi^p for the third Friday night of September. American Home Group, of which Mrs. A. W. Harris is chairman, will meefion the third Wednesday afternoon of each month during the club ,Jteason, and the Open Forum Group, with Miss Gertrude Horn a?i . chairman, will meet monthly 'on the fourth Tuesday night. . Places f for holding the group meetings .will be announced later? Following the business session a social hour, planned by. the evening's hostesses, Mrs. B.-F. Bivens, Mrs. R. W. Beckman, Miss Delano Mijjs Lorene Hale, was en- 'i . T/ " '*- ," Unser, Breaks Own Mark For Pike's Peak ,Climb Louis,Unser of Colorado Springs, Colo., aj former Altonian,;broke his own reoord Monday in the annual Pike's JPeak hill climb.' - "The Old Man of the:Mountain", Unser, at the wheel of a car owned by Russell Snowberger of Indianapolis, .roared over twelve miles and 22QO feet of-steep and!twisting .hlghwaj/ to'the 14,110-foot summit in 15:3!k2 minutes, 4.2 seconds faster than r the record he established in 1939,'. Monday's victory was the sixth for tfuB 45-year-old veteran, who last yrajar was forced to cede first place tip Al Rodgers and be content with iN3cond. UnS'EJr's prize money for the race was $!1'300. —\ 'Bill' and Mary' Radio Plaiy Stopped By Death TUtSA, Okla., Sept. 3. OP)—The ;story £of "Bill and, Mary," the homeiipun couple from the Ozarks knowitt to radio fans throughout the southwest, is ended. Willfam H. Sloot, 60, author of the radio play in which he had played; the part of "Bill", for 11 years, s died today of a lingering heart Bailment. Mrs. Leona Anderson, who was "Mary," said she would not attempt to continue the act without its author and leading character. "Thf re will be no more Bill and Mary, 1 ? she said. Sloat first introduced the "Bill and Wtary" act over station WCBS at Springfield, 111., in 1930 and later produced it over stations in St. Joseph, Mo., Kansas City, Springfield, Mo., and Tulsa. It was rated the third most popular serial on KVOO at Tulsa. Sloat's ditath came just as negotiations wifre under way to put the show on a national network. A baby .is born In New York City approximately every four minutes. Scotland had more marriages in 1934 than 9n any other year since 1921, PERSONAL Mrs. Lucy Jones of 113 East Third street, Hartford, was admit* ted to St. Joseph's Hospital at 7:20 p. m., Tuesday fbr medlt»l treatment Nicholas Ladd, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Ladd of 325 North •Fllmore street, Edwardsville, entered St. Joseph's Hospital Tuesday evening for surgery this morn*Ing for relief of appendicitis. Billy Van Preter, 10, son of May,or Charles Van Preter and Mrs. Van Preter of East Alton, was brought to St Joseph's Hospital Tuesday afternoon for treatment of a respiratory ailment of which he Is a sufferer. Mrs: Blanche Laughlin wife of Police Patrolman Eugene Laughlin, was moved from her residence, 717 East Fourth street, to St 'Joseph's Hospital Tuesday after- lioon where she expected to undergo surgical treatment ' Mrs. Julia Bull of 612 East Third street entered St. Joseph's Hos- 'pital Tuesday evening for surgical treatment Mrs. Georgia Lair wife of John Lair of Dow was brought to St. oseph's Hospital Tuesday evening where she expected to undergo surgery today, Mrs. Helen Arnold wife of Carl Arnold of 905 West Delmar avenue Godfrey is a patient -in St. Joseph's Hospital entering Tuesday evening for surgery. Miss Marcella Stewart, 19, daughter of Wallace Stewart, underwent an operation Tuesday night at St. Joseph's Hospital for relief of appendicitis. Miss Stewart .entered the hospital at 7:30 p. m., and was operated upon two. hours later. Luther Teems of Cottage Hills is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital for medical treatment. He was admitted to the hospital at §:30 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Myrtle Mills of. 1615 Joesting avenue entered St Joseph's Hospital Tuesday for treatment prior to undergoing surgery in a few days. Sam Bosoluke of 701 Washington avenue was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital Tuesday evening for treatment of an Infection of his .hand. Mrs. Myrtle Orr, wife of Frank Orr of 14 West First street, Wood River, was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital Tuesday evening for medical treatment. Miss Frances Tillington of 2307 Judson street has entered St. Joseph's Hospital for observation and possible surgery. Mrs. Martha Blschoff wife of Herbert Bischoff of Granite City, Rural Route 2, was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital Tuesday evening for surgery. Mrs. Nancy Johnson, ,wife of Jesse Johnson of 2725 Residence street, entered St Joseph's Hospital Tuesday, evening for, exwni- .nation and treatment'of an injury 'to her neck*, Mrs. Anna Schenk, wife of Henry Schenk of 711 Central avenue,.who has been in 111 health at her home, was taken Tuesday to St Anthony's Infirmary for examination and treatment. Mrs. Gordon R. Titus, daughter, Elizabeth, and son, Gordon, will leave Thursday for a vacation stay of two weeks with relatives In La Grange, 111. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Titus' sister, Miss Jean Gough, who is "returning home after a two months' stay at the Titus home, 911 Hawley avenue. Miss Gough will enter the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing of Chicago October l,to take a course in nursing. Mrs. Gough's home is In La Grange. • Mrs. Charlotte Horn of 537 Eait Fifth street returned to her home from St Joseph's Hospital where she underwent surgical treatment .for an eye ailment-late ; |n August, Monday. Mrs. William Munger and son, -John, will return to their home, ,1014 Henry street, from Seal Har- 'bor, Maine, Thursday. Mrs. John Duncan, mother of Mrs. Munger, will-arrive'home from Seal Harbor later in the season, David R. Sparks will return this week after/a short stay with Mrs. Sparks, who spent the summer in Whltefje'ld, N. H. Mrs. Sparks will return to Alton later in the month. - William Evers, Jr., a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital, is able to,receive visitors. Harold Chapman and Ernest. •Garfett spent the holidays In Little -Rock," Ark. Marrlage'Ucenses were Issued in St.'Lo\H"s to John Coatney and Mil- dfe ( d 'pleveland. Alton; Peggy Woods arid 'Virginia Gaffney, Alton; ,£h>rie8 'William TJntank, Alton, and' Evadean Lloyd, Eldarado, ,IH,,'and Orvllle E, Carlton, Alton, and Helen E, Turley, East St. .I&uis. . "'(•SMpr. and Mrs. Robert Skelton of MHton Road and"Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sk'ejiton -of Detroit have returned from a vacation stay at Pike's Peak, .Grand Canyon and other places lij the west. 7^Raymond Georgevltls of Godfrey 'entered Alton Memorial Hospital Tuesday evening for medical treatment. Marriage licenses were Issued In St Charles, Mo. to John Maronle ahd Virginia Price, Alton; Ernest Rudolph, Jerseyville, and Edith Shaw, Kane; James Buckner and Clover Collins, Wood River; Joseph Alben, Alton, and Betty Shaffer, Grlggsvllle; Harry Browning and Stella Davis, East Alton; Lee Roy Rogers and Maurice Roberts, East "Alton; Michael Pitonak of Ed- wardsvlllo and Elma Greenlee, Granite City; Wayne Harkness, Alton, and Jeanne McGuire, Champaign; Alonzo- Turner and Mabel 'Ruby, Alton; William Carr and Daisy Dinquld, Cottage Hills; Dwight Schilling, Bethalto, and Margaret Alexander, Cottage Hills; Fred Martin, Jr., Jerseyville, and Ahiberlee Gaddy, Granite City. Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Garry and son of 110 East Ninth street and Mr. and Mrs. William Straughn of 2227 Gescne-avenue returned Monday night from a weekend motor trip through Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maher of Pine Bluff, Ark. Miss Fern Lamport of 1301 East 'Fourth' street has returned from a three weeks' stay In the west. She visited San Diego and Santa Monica, Calif., and Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Henry Hufker Is "doing nicely" at St. Joseph's Hospital where she is a patlent'Mrs. Hufker entered the hospital for medical attention lost Saturday. George Bryant is Improving at Alton Memorial Hospital where he underwent an operation a week ago. He'resides with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rowden, of 826 Danforth street. Joseph Edwards of Camp Polk, La,, is visiting his wife and- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mitchell, 3306 College avenue. He will return to camp Saturday after a .week's furlough. ', , Mrs. Frank Dlxon and 'daughter, Bette, and granddaughter, > Joan, of -Rock Island and Mrs. Dixon's sister, Miss Mayme Lyons, of Alton, arrived in Alton lost night after a ten day trip to Texas, Mrs. Dixon, Bette and Joan will remain in Al- ton -until Saturday to visit relatives. Ronald Warner .departed Tuesday evening for his home In -Hilton Village, Va., after visiting fpr several days with his v sister,, Mrs. -H. H. Sattgast at Godfrey, and'with a brother at East St Louis. . ' James Young of the, Bluff-road, near Edwardsville, is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital where he was admitted Tuesday'for medical treatment*" '" . Lieut. William Kaeser has returned to Camp'Whe'eler Ga., 1 .after, furlough spent in\Altonl He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.' William Kaeser of 1111 'Pearl street Miss Merle Murphy of 3100 Alby street ' -entered Alton Memorial Hospital' Tuesday afternoon where she 'expects to .undergo' siir'glcaT treatment * ' '"' Edward.Sloan of 17 East Penning avenue Wood River, was brought to Alton Memorial Hospital-,for medical treatment' and observation Tuesday, Miss Margaret,Rives of 471 St. Louis road, Wood River, is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital for surgery. She entered t the hospital Tuesday evening. Mrs. Richard Watson was moved from her home, 1124 Milnor street to Alton Memorial Hospital Tuesday for surgery. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Adamson of McPherson avenue returned Tuesday evening from Evansvllle, .111., where they attended funeral rites for Mrs. Adamson's aunt, Mrs. Henry Franke. Marriage licenses were issued in St. Louis to Arvel Howard and Mrs. Mildred Ward, Edwardsville; Melvln L. Weller and Katherine Robinson, Jerseyville, and a license was secured in St. Charles, Mo., by Stanley Seehausen of Fleldoh and Helen Rugle of Hardln, 111. Mr. and Mrs. O, R. Auld and children, Mrs. Lloyd Lecroy and Mrs. W.. S. Harvlll and children have returned, to their homes In Louisiana after spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alvls Dll- back of 1608 Joesting avenue. Charles A. Dale, who resides on North Humbert road, Is reported to be critically 41) at ,hU home. John p f McAdams left yesterday for a two weeks' stay,In Texas, ' Mr. and Mrs. W,. F, Tugglf, daughter, Betty Jean, and son,'Bilk of Hawthorne Place have return^ ed from a western trip, In Los Angeles/ Calif., they were guests of Mr, Juggle's father, W. E. Tuggle, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Schlafly and daughter, Mis* Jean Schlafly, and Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Green of Fajr- mouht have returned from a s.tafr at Sun .Valley, Idaho, They were accompanied to Sun Valley by Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Dazey of 7401 Buckingham drive, St. Louis. Mrs. John Olmstead attended a Reservations for Luncheon Many names were being given in at the Telegraph oifJca, of- those who will attend the luncheon^e- ceptldn for Oov, Green,-In Franklin Masonic temple/*, Friday noon, in connection,'Svlth a?Visit o/ the governor In-'Alton. Various civic organizations, have been asked to furnish name's' of their members who will '.attfend and the names must be In the Telegraph office by Thursday noon. ForHhe luncheon there/wlll;b"e both, meat and 'fish for ttywe who prefer;-either. All who ate Intending.to attend the reception' are asked^. to make their 'reservations' x for the luncheon prior to yhumday noon. To Appqiti'. in Recital i , fi 3 \ , v y _ Clarice , . Graduate of Oberlin Conwrvatory at Mu»lc. For two yttn ' , Member of the Miulc. Faculty, ;MonU«ttt,<> Cojfcg*. Member * of the Summer-Stilton Muita'**cuUy^ShUrtleH College. Announces the opening of the fajM«rn 9f private lessoni and , defies in Piano, Organ, Tl\fcry, ^/|WJC vH'*^9 r y- Special'work in Elementary T$tjijfi SI ,i«y b <>»rd' Harmony, which will be of»pedal inr«r«t to chyrch organists. Specialised work with children,#JPftj$tf &f* 1307 Wa.hlngton ^ Telephone MISS'ARLEEN HEGGEME WCTU Elects Mrs. Brazel As Head for Fifth Year Mrs. V D. R. Brazel of 200 East Seventh street was elected president pf-the Alton Woman's 1 Christian Temperance Union fors the fifth consecutive year Tuesday. Other officers elected were Miss Julia Hoehn, .vice president; Mrs. Orie Maguire, -W&od River, treas7 urer; Mrs., Eva .Doerlng,, recording secretary; Mr,s. 3U>ra Hlckey, Godfrey, corresponding secretary.. •Announcement was made that the year's 'program" w.ould appear in booklet form this year; The program committee Is composed of Mrs, Elmer -Whttte'n, 'Mrg. ; A, Evans and Mrs. Mae^ Covington. "Following a meeting, held jn the First, Christian Church, luncheon was'served. Miss Eileen Hoover of AUU Clawson street, who will be tarried to Charles Eckhouse of Brighter on, Sept. 27. K Stahlhut Rites At EdwardsviUe EDWARDSVILLE, Sept. 3 (Spe- Clal).— Funeral services for Mrs. Christine Kllngel Stahlhut, 87, who I ,dled Sunday at the home of « daughter, Mrs. Julia Sanner, will ] be held.'Thursday afternoon at 21 o'clock, In charge of the Rev. H. ] J. 'Bredehbe.ft, pastor of Eden | .Evangelical church. Interment will \ be in.Woodlawn cemetery, Owing to redecoration work h j progress at the Eden church, of which' she iwas a charter member ,and 'active worker during her lifetime, the services will be held from J 'Immanuel Methodist church. The] body will remain 'at the Lesley | Marks' funeral home until time for ] services. Mrs. Stahlhut was a native ot Germany,^orn Dec. 29, 1853. She] was,,twice, married, both husbands j preceding her in death. Surviving are two daughters, ,Mrs. J. H. Bode and Mrs. Louisa Sanner, both of Edwardsville, also four step-children: Mrs. Louisa I Take, William E. Stahlhut and Ed. j ward H. 'Stahlhut, all of Edwards- j ville, and Gus G. Stahlhut, a resident of Oklahoma. reception given .by Mrs. Louis -E. *<W,fde}dn,iaas|.'.St. Louis yesterday. Quests were local, county;ari'd d^ trict officers of the .Twenty-sec- ond'District, Illinois Federation, of Women's Clubs. , Miss Charlotte T. Hodge of Syracuse, N. Y., has ar'rivpd in Alton to take up her new duties as a member of the staff of the Young Women's Christian Association. Miss Hodge will conduct many of the activities at - Hillcrest Community Centre. Reports Torpedo Hit On Battleship Luetzow • LONDON, Sept. 3. UP)—A British torpedo plane hit the 10,000- ton ' pocket battleship Luetzow a fewweekiT igo, Sir Archibald Sinclair/'the^air minister, told a national defense luncheon meeting today. , He announced no details of the engagement. '-'Sinkings of British ships in the month of July," Sinclair said, "were the lowest for any month for more than a year. During the last, ten weeks the average weekly rate of merchandise arriving from overseas exceeded 850,000 tons." The Upper Alton Announce the Opening of the Fourth Year of Their MUSIC KINDERGARTEN On, Monday, Sept. 15, under, the direction of Mrs. Herbert Bock. The Studios are fortunate in securing the services of Mrs. Bock, as she is unusually well qualified fof this work, having a B.S. degree with an art major," graduate work in childhood education at University of Southern California, and several years experience in kindergarten and primary teaching. Mrs. Pettingill will assist Mrs. Bock in special music work. 1520 WASHINGTON AVE. TEL. 2-2927 \i FALL DRESSES purlng Stp». Only By >h* Eoiy W«y 'On Ch«Ul Credit At ANNOUNCEMENT! On September 1st, we Relinquished our supervision of the SAVOY- CAFE. In planning our retirement we knew tyat there was no dpubt that our many customers as well .as we 1 ourselves wished the business to be conducted much the same as it had been in the past, For that'reason we made arrangements with Mrs. Louis Bader to take charge. Mrs. Bader (Violet to many of you), has been associated with the SAVOY CAFE^since 1933. We sincerely thank owr many customers for their continued patronage, friendly suggestions, and their help,in so many ways which"has made tne past twenty years a period of real pleasure. LOUIS and NELLIE ANGEL In taking-charge of the opetotiop of the SAVO CAFE I am pleased to.annoimcj th*t th« Wf/JJ of the farmer management have expressed w» 4 .fire to remain an<$fJw/to co-operate with me. With the -"'•*'"'•--'-- -* **•'• «Miet«nt staff * Will endeavor also to make the , r ,, _, _ to visit which it has been in the past. *-iAP«V ..v. it, A