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M F Manning - INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JUNE 14,1927. S I X...
INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JUNE 14,1927. S I X Election Judges Are Chosen I By County Board Yesterday Complete List for 82 Polls in County and Places To Cast Votes ^During Coming Year Are Approved As Law Provides. Two hundred forty-six women and men were selected late yesterday afternoon by the County Board ot Supervisors for the general ele'ctlon to be held during the next twelve months. Besides making the selection of judges, the supervisors also fixed tUe voting places as provided by law. It any vacancies occur in t)ie list the places can be filled and" if necessary the voting places may be changed. Following is the complete list of judges for Madison County. Helvetia No. 1--Louis C. Iberg, Louis A. Scheiber, H. J. Budlein St. Paul's hall. * Hevertia No. 2--C. I. Rawsou, E O. Appel. Louis Kulinen, Turner's hall. Saline No. 1--Ariuand Zeller, Ku- gene Weidner, Hugo Schmidt, Western Hotel Saline No. 2- -Hy Schrumpf, Robt. hall, Mitchell. , Wood River, No. 1--Cora Schoffer XJhas. Moor, M. W. Murphy, Roxana City hall. Wood River No. 2--John Sotmen- berg, Al Tonnes, Viola Perry. Wood River No. ?··--Gus Haller, Mrs. J. Scott, William Marras, Wood River City hali. Wood River No. 4--Ted Hermei- ing, Rev. I. Idecker, W!fl Shawmaker, Wood River Legion hail. Wood River No. 5- ghn, Mike Manning, -Walter Vau- Mrs. George Gunnison, Steve McCalla's garage. Wood River No. 6--William Hill, Louis Bauer, Harry Schniidtt, Ringering garage. Wood River No. 7--Fred Eckard, Amy Slateri, Bula Trease, East Alton City hall. Wood River No. 8--Conrad Fitchel, Mrs. A. Hubs, Jess Curry, Fitche! Store. Wood River No. 9--J. H. Hunt, E. K. Apple. Fred Hum, Bethalto City hall. Foster No.' 1--Herbert Gritlo, Wm Modern Woodmen Defeated 5-3, Play Good The New Douglas Stars, crack teaiiis of Madison defeated the Edwardsviile Woodmen Sunday afternoon New Douglas diamond. It until the eighth inning winners tallied up the five the game for them. The had made its scores in third, failing in the latter game to make the "nits breaks that would help The details: Woodme'n. A'B Gerfen, 2b 3 Stutzer, lb^., .4 Hartman. If . .3 W. Huse, cf . .3 Chambers, ss . 3 Walters. 3b . .3 J. Huse, rf 4 R 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 H 0 0

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 14 Jun 1927, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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