WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1955 One-Way Traffic Suggested On Two East Alton Roads Bapl tist VBS To Close Thursday At East Alton EAST ALTON. ~. The Dally Vacation Bible School of First Baptist Church will close its two weeks of classes with a commencement exercise at the church at 7:30'P.m. Thursday, find a plctlic Friday morning. The Thursday program will In-elude .a program by the children, demonstrating the work done In the school and handwork will be OP display. Friday morning the youngsters will meet at the church to go as a group to the East Alton Playground for a picnic between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and noon. Enrollment at (he school lolals 166" and average daily attendance has been 93. Officers and workers in (he Bible School are Mrs. Mcrele Hungerford, superintendent; Mrs. Joseph Barker and Miss Carole Spiller, vocal music; Miss Gwen- nc-th Dillard, pianisi; Miss Laura Lee Jones, secretary; Mrs. Harry Alhers, Mrs. Willie Holder, Mrsi Howard Duty, Mrs. Raymond Parker, Mrs. J. C. Barnett, Miss Ruth Ann Barnelt, Mrs. MJlo Gingrich. Miss Kay Keasler, Miss Karen Meyers, Miss Stella Lauchner, Mrs. Wil- KAST ALTON - Members of the village board met in a special session Tuesday evening to discuss plans and make recommendations to improve the tvaf- fie situation in East Alton. The entire board was appointed as a committee during the last regular meeting by Mayor Charles Vahpreter to conduct a survey of the city's traffic conditions in cooperation with the police department. The survey resulted from a petition, signed by nearly every property o\vner on S. Pence street, lo make the street open only for one -, way traffic. Recommendations Tuesday evening included-one-waj^-t*ai« fie on S. Pence street, and one- way traffic on Church street bet w e e n Smith avenue and W. Main. Several additional stop signs were also included-in the proposals. The recommendations w 111 be drawn into a_nciv traffic ordinance by Village Attorney Francis Manning and presented to the board for approval at the next regular meeting. Robert Link, trustee with the longest service on the village board, conducted the special meeting in the absence of Mayor Charing Vanpreter who is ill, liam Armstrong, Mrs. Sam Roberts, Mrs. Robert McDaniels, Miss Jeanne Barnett, department "leaders and assistants; Mrs. Troy Freeman, and Miss Karen Odele, morning lunch, and Mrs. C. A. Moore, nursery.