PAGE FIVE | /VCI(?S OJ Judge Joe Barr Wood River Rotariatis Hear Talk on Probate Court Work WOOD RIVER—The function of the probate court was outlined by Probate Judge J'oe Barr at, a noon dinner meeting of th* III- Amied Forces • Kotary Club «t First Preaby- i terian Church Monday. McVKV, I Barr was introduced by Francis Manning, program chairman A.2.C. RONAI.B L. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McVey of \Vood River, has written R SV Klmore, club president, . his parents that he has arrived announced that the district gov- j in Turkey for a tour of duty. He crnor w ill visit the club on Oct was graduated from the elec,- ^7 Ironies school at Scott AFB. and spent a 15 day leave with his parents, prior to going East to go A golf members tournament between of the Rotary' Club has overseas. He is a 1955 graduate , of East Alton-Wood River High; benn rescheduled for School, DONALD L. MKilvASSON, 17, arrived Saturday Irom Treasure Island, Calif., to spend a two- Oct. 3, Clinton Tucker, chairman of th« tournament committee, announced. El more announced that Monty had been relieved of • i iv LionrH'y naa open reiievea ui week leave with his parents, Mr., the off|ce of ant flt arm> busjnes8 p . and Mrs., Alvin McGlasson of 2118 Humbert St. A seaman first; „ . , ... „ . „. class. McGlasson has just com-1 """'" «"*"«"* be replaced pleted a six weeks course in j by Harry Cass who will be as- storekeeper school. He entered ! sisted h >' Bob Nightlinger. service Jan. 18, at Great Lakes A. Edson Smith, superintend- Naval Training Center. i cnl of the community high school, introduced Roger Guffey, -rOHX A. UEIRICH, son of thp hJRh S( . hoo ,, s visilor to lh , Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1-. \\eiru-h - had wUhdrawn of 10(18 E. Seventh St., was grad- •• uatcd from recruit training Sept. Ib at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes. from j Following two weeks leave, ' graduates will report to ship- the club on a one-year leave of absence, has resumed active membership, Harry Stein- raiif, secretary, said. Visiting Rotarians were JOB .board duties or service schools ; Wardein and Bruce Belknap of j depending on the qualifications Alton. Albert Paul of Bethalto and Al Cassens of Edwardsville. each has demonstrated. HARRY A. HORSTMANN, 21.