o o o o o o As a sequel to the item here a few weeks ago about Miss Eulalia Eulberg, the Los Angeles executive who has been spending a few weeks in Alton. She did actually go to St. Paul to see the house where she was born. Miss Eulberg and Miss Cornelia Schnee of Alton went to Minneapolis where Cornelia has some good-looking relatives, and Eulalia set out to find the family's early home when her father, the late Peter Eulberg, was a railway mail clerk for some years. Although she was only about six months old when they moved to Alton from St. Paul, she had seen pictures of the house, and, when she arrived at the correct address, THERE IT WAS! The frph has not been advised whether she cried or not, but there's no doubt she was visibly affected by sight of the house. In Minneapolis they were entertained for a couple of days by Cornelia's cousin, Mrs. Warren Dean. Miss Eulberg's prime reason for coming to Alton at this time was the celebration June 20 of the golden jubilee of her aunt, Sister Auxilia Eulberg who, with another Alton nun, Sister Gilbert Brunsman, was honored in St. Mary's church Sunday morning with a special Jubilee Mass, and reception that afternoon in St. Mary's hall.