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February 8, 1956

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Idwirdsville Illlneli Page 6 Wed., Feb. 8, 1956 TROY Misa Flora Gebauer. Phone tSIS aj-rtg . a SUJJ11U.U.1UI C. 4-iV. nil* i*«.»u. ·----- There will be a Craft Day onlfice during the second semester. Feb. 16 at Mrs. Bernice Arth's' ·home and the next meeting 23 VFilhelm, Mrs. Lillian Hey, Mrs. Mary C. Gerstenecker, Mrs. Helen frodzicki, Mrs. Bertha Bolk, Mrs. Christine Loyet and Miss Ora Edwards. Mrs. Otto Fedder of near Troy, was elected baliff of Delta Theta Phi law fraternity at Valparaiso university in Indiana, where he is a sophomore. He will hold this of- will be Feb. 23 at Mrs. Helen Grodzicki's home. Troy Home Bureau The Troy unit of the Home Bureau held its January meeting recently at the home of Miss Ora Edwards. Those who attended were Mrs. Evelyn Schmisseur, Mrs Alice Schlemer, Mrs. Louise Schiritt, Mrs. Erna Smith, Mrs Hilda Ottwem, Mrs. Elma Dollinger, Mrs. Louise Bohnenstiehl, Mrs Louise Brendel, Mrs. Fern Gindler, Mrs. Gladjs Hall, Mrs. John FEAR Any Cough When a congh starts begin using Creomulsion quick for soothing, relaxing, phlegm loosening help. You'll like its results better than other medicine or druggist refunds your money. No narcotics. Pleasant to take. CRtEOMWSION relieves Coughs Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis Woman's Club Meeting The January meeting of the Troy Woman's club wastield ir the basement of the Troy Methodist church Thursday, Jan. 26, with Mrs. Oscar Gindler presiding. After the business meeting, Mrs. Glen Bean took charpe o£ the program centering on "International Relations" There \\ere two piano solos, "Malagueana" and "Prison- ore of Lcne" by Miss Janice Terrell. Mrs. Chris Kikutis of Collinsville, who is a member of the Collinsville International club, spoke to the group on her experiences hi Europe during the war. After the meeting refreshments were served. Named to Fraternity Post Arthur Fedder, son of Mr. and Kroger Store Closed Thee local Kroger store, which is consoli'iting with the Collinsville Kroger stoie, was closed Saturday. John Kelly, manager of the store has completed arrangements to take over ownership of the store and will be associated with the Associated Grocers Co. in St. Louis The Kroger Cotrpanj wil' re move their merchandise the firs of this week, and Kelly hopes ti open his store next weekend. Joe Nernnich, Troy meat cutter who has been with the Kroge Company for 15 years, will head the meat depariment in Kelly' store Kelly has been with the Kroger Company for 32 years. Basketball Tournament The annual grade school basket ball tournament w.l" be held in th RENT A S1AOO Per 10° SPINET IU Month No time limit! Rental applies to purchase late 1 should you desire to buy. 1 00 For Your Upright Piano As Trade-In On A New WURLITZER - KNABE LESTER BETSY ROSS SPINET PIANO SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 36 MONTHS TO PAY Exceptional Savings on Rental Returns and Floor Sample Models. Open Monday Evenings Until I P. M. Lebanon grade school gj Feb. 13, 14, 15 and 16. The firs game each evening will start a 7 and the second game at 8:15 p.m Lebanon will play Beckemeye at 7 p.m. Feb. 13. Caseyville dre' a bye. The second game will b Troy-Treuton at 7, FCJ. 14- th third game, St. Mary of Trento See the new WURLITZER tnd LOWREY ORGANS here! TV REPAIR -- Service Calls 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily Except Sunday^ ELKO-TY PH £ 3N0E Holy Childhood of Mascoutah t 8:15, Feb. 14. On Feb. 15, Caseyville will play he winnei of the Troy-Trenton, ebanon-Beckemeyer game; con- ist will play the winner of St. VTary-Holy Childhood. The third- jlace game will begin at 7, Feb. 6, with the championship playoff t 8:15 p.m. Card Club The Laf-a-Lot Pinochle club "let ast Wednesday evening at the lome of Mrs. Freda Kueker. Thoss present were Mrs. Mary Frey, Irs. George Kimberlin, Mrs. Fred Meier, Mrs. Joe Scott, Sr., Miss Aussie Miller, Mrs. Henry Tegt meier, Mrs. Walter KurSz, Misses Ann and Clara Kueker. High score was held by Mrs Mary Frey. Refreshment wre served after the games. School Mid-Year Honor Roll At the close of the first semes ter, three girls and one boy head the honor roll at MeCray-Dewey high school in Troy, according t the announcement made las week by Principal C. A. Henning Those receiving straight A's were Doris Foucek, Joyce Ketten hofen, Nancy Woods and Gary Bacon. Those receiving a B- average o above, with no grade below a ( were Elizabeth Bernhardt, Patrici Burgess, Marion Chasteen, Garrii Kutz, Donna Lesicko, Wilma Weiss James Wells, Rosalie Bohnenstiehl Betty Conner, Judith Conrad Kathleen Gilomen, Agnes Hencke Vincent KauhJ, Darlene Koenig Billy Moeller, Barbara Stogsdill Kay Ware, Stanley Weiss, Mar Ann Wille, James Druessel, Ken neth Fritschle, Lynn Golbreath. Leith Isenberg, Connie Kueker o a n n e Proctor, R a y m o n d chmidt, Ann Storment, Jane torment, Dorothy Braunsdorf, Pom Church, Randall Converse, Dorothy Diveley, John Grodzicki, ]va Mae Hall, Clara Maedge, ames Richter, Tim Ruddy and iary Weiss. Recognized for Perfect Attendance The following students with per- ect attendance were listed at the lose of the first semester at Mc- Iray-Dewey high school last week: 'reshmen, Sylvia Arth, Mary Ast- auskas, Gary Bacon, Patricia Burgess, Leonard Evans, Robert Four, Jo Ann Heinemann, Ida leller, Jerry Kueker, "Carrie Cutz, Donna Lesicko, Rita Lewis, Ronald Loos, Dorothy Maedge, Gorman Pratt, Paul ainkel, Helen Schmalz, Doris Shashek and Wilma Weiss. Sophomores, Judy Farmer, Katheen Gilomen, Bartell Gum, Judy Hencke, Norman Holloway, Joyce Kettenhofen, Beverly Koenig, Dennis Kueker, Ruby Maedge, Joyce May, Billy Moeller, Donald Stan,y, Barbara Stogsdill, Leonard Suess, Kay Ware, Stanley Weiss and Mary Ann Wille. Juniors, David Burgess, Lynn ilbreath, Joyce Hencke, Kathere Plagemann, Laura Rittgers, Sandra Schmisseur, Jean Storment and Kenneth Fritschle. Seniors, John Grodzicki, Joseph Grodzicki, Elvira Hall, Eva Mae Hall, Shirley Harris, Mae Mersinger, Gary Weiss and Nancy Woods. ffl U S, B I C H 0 U 'S E ; I N C. 124 East Maim St. Belleville, Illinois ADams 4-1045 CNSI 50 years of reliable, dependable service , SAUSAGE PANCAKE DINNER Sponsored by the Edwardsville Shrine Club For Their Benevolences AT MASONIC TEMPLE, EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. W E D N E S D A Y , FEB. 8 , 1 9 5 6 ALL YOU CAN EAT Serving Time 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. 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The ABF said the Wisconsin project was the initial state "pilot" study of a projected nationwide survey of criminal law enforcement procedures. Highest Volcano Cotopaxl, located in the eastern chain of the Andes, is the world's highest volcanic mountain. It is 19,500 feet high and almost a perfect cone. Its most recent eruption was in 1911. News Night Music News; Navy News Starlite Salute Musical Hour i, News; Fender Ed Bonner "; News Beautiful Music Fir^t Five Revue Dixieland Hits "; News Music Washington is the smallest state west of Iowa. Television (KWK-CV. Ch. 4; KSD-TV Ch. 5; KETC-TV. Ch. 9; KTVI-TV Ch. 36) WEDNESDAY 5:00 S-Wrangler's Cartoor Club. 4-Mickey MOUM dnb. 36-Rolter Derby. 1:30 5-Captain Gallant. 86-American Jewish Dig«lt. 6:00 5-Weather. 4-New», 36-Kukla, Fran and Olli*. 6:95 5-Sportsviews. 6:10 4-Weather. 6:15 5-Latest News. 4-Lcs Paul Mtry Ford. 36-News. John Daly. 6:20 4-Meet Your Federal Agencies. 6:30 5-Eddie Fisher. 4-Brave Eagle. 9-The Finder. 86-Jaek Buck's Sportscope. 6:45 5-News, John C. Swayze. 36-News. x 7:00 5-Screen Directors' Playhouse. 4-Arthur Godfrey and His Friends. 9-Spirit of the US. 36-Ebony Theater. 7:30 5-Father Knows Best. Spotlight on Opera. 8:00 5-Television Theater 4-The Millionaire. 9-Let's Play the Piano. 36-Roller Derby 8:15 36-Sports on Parade. 8:30 4-Fve.Got a Secret. 36-International Playhouse 9-Not In Our Stars. 9:00 8-This Is Your Life. 4-Twentieth Century Hour 9-World Affairs. 36-Boxmg Bout. 9:30 5-Fairbanks Presents. 9-Great Ideas. 9:45 36-News. i:00 6-1 Led Three Lives. 4-Masquerade Party. 36-Million Dollar Movie. i:30 5-Studio 57. 4-Cavalcade Theater. :00 5-News, Weather. 4-News, Weather. 11:15 5-Feature Movie. 4-Movi« . 1:20 36-Exercise Show. 1:25 36-Night Cap. 2:30 5-Weather 2:45 4-Thought for the Day. THURSDAY 7:00 5-Today. 4-Morning Show. 8:00 5-Today. 4-Captain Kangaroo. 9:00 5-Ding Dong School. 4-Garry Moore. 9:30 5-Ernie Kovacs Show. 4-Arthur Godfrey Time. 0:00 5-Home. 0:30 4-Stnke It Rich. 9-Learn to Spell. 1:00 5-Tennessee Ernis. 4-Valiant Lady. 9-Science in Sight. 1:15 4-Love of Life. 1:30 5-Fealher Your Nest. 4-Search for Tomorrow. 1:45 4-Guiding Light. P.M. 2:00 5-To the Ladies. 4-Recallit and Win. 12:30 5-Homemaking with KSD- TV. 12:45 4-News Headlines. 12:55 9-General Science. 12:50 4-Community Album. 1:00 5-Willy. 4-Robert Q. Lewis. 1:30 5-My Little Margie. 4-House Party. 1:45 9-Enghsh Composition. 2-00 5-Matinee Theater (Color) 4-Big Payoff. 36-Afternoon FUm Festival "A Run for Your .Money' 2:30 4-Bob Crosby Show. 2:35 9-Spellmg. Are you falci'ng the RIGHT REMEDY for ACID-UPSET STOMACH? THE SCO TH 0-DOOR CAT IU.%.4 The car says 00 and the price won't stop you! ^TMft$fypjffi$$!*^ Easy way to break the small car habit / Laboratory tests show that 3:00 5-Date With Lite. 4-Brighter Day. 3:16 5-Modern Romances. 4-Secret Storm. 3:30 5-Queen for a Day. 4-On Your Account. 4:00 5-Russ David. 4-GiI Newsome. 36-Film. 4:30 5-Howdy Doody (Color). 4-Little Rascals. 36-Film: "Ghost City." 4:50 5-Look, Lisetn, Learn. 5:00 5-Wrangler's Cartoon Club. 4-Mickey Mouse Club. 36-Film. 5:30 5-Wild Bill Kickok. 6:00 5-Weather. 4-News. 36-Kukla, Fran and Ollie. 8:05 5-Sportsviews. 6:10 4-Weather. 6:15 5-Latest News. 4-Les Paul and Mary Ford. 36-News--John Daly. 6:20 4-At Your Service. 6:30 5-Dinah Shore Show. 4-Sgt. Preston of the yukan. 36-Jack Buck Sportscope. 9-The Big Picture. 6'46 5-News--John C Swayze. 36-News. 7:00 s-Groucho Marx Show. 4-Bob Cummings Show. 9-A Pinch of Salt 36-Life is Worth Living: Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. 7:30 5-Dragnet 4-Climax. 9-Magic of the Atom. 36-ChampionshJp Bowlia?. 7:45 9-Choose Your Career. 8 00 5-People's Choice. 9-Eins, Zwei. Drei. 8-30 5-Theater. 4-Four Star Playhouse. 9-A New Tool for Industry. 36 Down You Go 9:00 5-Video Theater. 4 Johnny 'Carson Shw. 9-The Great American West. 36-The BeuJah Show. S:30 4-Highway Patrol 36-Quiz Kids. 9:45 9-Frontiers to Space. 10 00 5-Soldiers of Fortune. 4-Film. 36-Million Dollar Movie 4-Sir Anthony Eden. 10:30 5-TV Reader's Digest 4-Parade. 11-00 5-News, Weather 4-Dollar a Second 11:20 36-Exerci=e Show. 11:25 36-Nightcap 11:30 4-News, Weather. 11:45 4-Movie. 12:30 5-Weather. 1:00 4-Thought for the Day. It's the hardtop buy of the year -the most power and size per dollar of any car in this style. If you're accustomed to buying in the low- priced-three range, chances are you're paying for Pontiac's size, performance and distinction-feat you're not getting it! As a matter of fact, you're not even coming dose! Actually, the big, handsome Pontiac 860 Catalina you see here is priced within the reach of just about any new-car buyer! 1 Its king-size 122-inch wheelbase gives you up to seven inches more road-leveling length. This extra-long wheelbase-- size where it counts-- is what gives Pontiac its genuine big-car comfort and stability. And certainly it follows that this size extends as well to its rich, luxurious interior! But behind the wheel is where you redly feel your dollars doing double duty! Where else at a price so low can you enjoy the thrilling sensation of bossing the_ most modern, most advanced power plant in the You can actually buy a Ug, glamorous Pontiac 860 for less \S) than you would pay for U models of the low-priced three! industry --the mighty Strato-Streak V-8? Where else at a price so low can you get the luxury of Pontiac's optional Strato- Flight Hydra-Matic--America's newest, smoothest automatic transmission? Where else at a price so low can you find all the other fine-car features that put you so squarely on even terms with buyers of far costlier cars? Come in this week and see how easily this heart-lifting Strato-Streak beauty can be yours. Once you do, you'll be out of the small-car class forever! 'PONTIAC is TIMES MORE -fi #tf£lVE f#)ftpfHS|i OF rHE tftooveTS MOST bilfr tAJClW WK ACID-UPSET STOMACH! Take o true antacid for true relief - take BISMA-REX, shown by laboratory tests to give you: GRIATER REllEF-neutrolizes 3 'times more stomach acid than the lop performer of 3 leading brands tested. PROLONGED RHItf - action continues hours longer than the next-belt brand tested. FAST IIELIIF-- acl instantly. Excess stomach acidity is often mvftalind « *·» *°" ' vie. j"t V* Pntw fttolMllit* Hnitulljrf Motultitd Kwltll'iH l«" thw J10 "t * «0 "I * 770 int.* » »»* ·Ittaoritory !«ts id term« or tenth-nwmil fiydfochlorlc K4. HURST PONTIAC CO 401 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 35 EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. GRANTFORK Mrt. Harold Scfiwehr Ph I Evangelic*! and Reformed Church Sunday school at 9:15 and worship service at 10:15. St. Gertrude's Catholic Church Mass Sunday morning at 9:30. New Arrival i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Niggli arc announcing the arrival of a baby girl born last Wednesday 'at St. Joseph hospital. Personals Mr. and Mrs. H. Schwehr spent Sunday with Mrs. John Merkel in Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs 3onald Klass entertained a number of St. Lam* relatives Saturdaj. Mrs. Viola Mollet is a patient at St. Joseph hospital in Highland. Chooje the right remedy -choose Biima-Rex for relief of Acid-Upset stomach I1.M or rw« t Optional l»vJ«§i AccouM EDWARDSVILLE Saving· anil LOHI · 40 N. iNEWSPAFERr NEWSPAPER!