Paul Leuig 1932 trip

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Paul Leuig 1932 trip - EVENING TELEGRAPH PERSONAL Louis Douglas and...
EVENING TELEGRAPH PERSONAL Louis Douglas and Milwaukee, returned yesterday from they «pent * f«w Dougla*' por«|t*. to their home spending a two Alton and vicinity Douglaa' parent«, P. N. redder- street and other William Lemke and con spent Sunday and Mrs. William Linden avenue. and email of Forest Park arrived In to spend a visiting with her Mrs. P. N. Feddersen relatives. a BaptUt Hlllsboro, Is the Mrs. Ellen relatives here. on "Personal people at the la»t night. Harry Douglas of at the home niece, Mrs. P. J. Captain Paul Leurig, director of the department of English at We*t- era Military Academy, sailed Friday from Montreal on the Duehe** of Bedford for a tour of Scotland and England, accompanied by Herbert Lance Harms ot Crevellne Drive, St. Loui*. Following theta trip they will enter selwyn College of the University of Cambridge. Capt. Leurig, a graduate of Illinott College and the University of Illlnola, will continue his graduate work in English pursued at Harvard Uni- vewlty. Later In th* summer, Capt. Leurig and Mr. Harm* will tour on the continent, visiting Holland, Belgium, France and Germany. Member* of the Nlc and Peter schwegel families will attend the funeral of their coiuln, Mr*. Emma Weldlnger In St. Louis Tuesday morning. Mr*. Weldlnger, who wa* well-known In Alton, died Saturday morning at 4 o'clock at St. Anthony's Hospital In St. LDul*. Mlase* Amelia and Florence Kuhn have gone to Rock Island to visit relative*. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Luer and daughter, Ml*s Dorothy Luer, have returned from an automobile trip through the east. Mr. and Mrs. Debow Spark* left ^ Young May Have Edwardsville Telephones Smoke, EDWARDSVILLE. 11—(Special) — A fire in shop on Main been a »«riou« closely adjoining extinguished at Ing by the local before any caused. As the shop day, It Is not started, but it is stub falling at ot the building Telephone exchange in the noticed the their office, and turned In the alarm, building was on The firemen blare, which was the wall at the

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 11 Jul 1932, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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