Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 22, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of Th« Associated Press. Sc Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952 Established January IS, 1836. Hospital Notes /Mtou Hospital North Alton Mrtlleal Treatment Mrs. Beulah Obermiller, East St. Louis. Robert Howard, 407 Broadway. East Alton. Mrs. Mary Cheney, 601 North State, Jerseyville. Mrs. Margaret Medina, 509 Anderson. Mrs. Ilattie Fluent, Hardin. Mrs. Louise Hessel, Allon. Mrs. Edna Henderson, Roule 2, Godfrey. Dismissal* Mrs, Hester Lackey, 310 Thomas. Roxana. Miss Mildred Slanieh, 501 Tipton, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Meyers, 1704 Hill. Mrs. Edith Combs, 626 Leonard. Mrs. Kalhryn Shane. Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Ethel Purely, Staunton. Mrs. Rena .Terrell, P'orth Worth, Tex. Mrs. Myrtle Norvell, 1107 East Seventh. Mrs. Mamie Coffler, 209 West Delmar. Len Everts, 321S Belle. Mrs. Wayne Heal and Infant son, Bunker Hill. St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Mildred Trabue, 429 Alby. Mrs. Alice Siglar, wife' of Guy Siglar, 421 Monroe, East Alton. George Bauer, 818 East. Fifth. Mrs. Caroline Leady, Mather nursing home. Mrs. I. Mae Clatyon, Collage Hills. Miss Joyce Ann Mel calf, 2308 Crawford. Ephriam John Creeling, 718 Belle. Mrs. Viola Lowry, 1334 Taylor. Marvin R. Ebker. 3613 Gillham. Surgical Treatment Jean Poindexter. 1903 Gross. Marilyn Kay Hammonds, 1523 Maupin. Nicholas Kaeser, 32 East Elm. Fred Burger, Route 2, Alton. Shirley Dunnagan, 2915 Buena Vista. William Hodapp, Brighton. David Ilardwick, 551Va East Broadway. Dismissals Lawrence Albert, Piasa. Mrs. Mary Calderon, 225 Allen. Mrs. Dorothy Chiles, Ramona Place, Godfrey. David Goevvay, 622 East Fifth, East Alton. Janet Sue Holbert, Route 1, Alton. Raymond Hudock, 44 Jennings, Wood River. Leo Huelsman, Edwardsville. Robert Jadwin, 622 East Fifteenth. Mrs. Valeria McMichael, Edwardsville. Miss Erline Robinson, 3707 Horn Frank Robinson, Mather nurs ing home. Caddie Ruff, Medora. Mrs. Addie Searles, 1904 Pleasant. Mrs. Kreva Schlemer, 146 Ohio. East Alton. Magnus Steiner, 1840 Rodgers. Mary Jane Ventimiglia, 2418 Virden. Mrs. Eileen Walz, Route 2, Brighton. Miss Bridget Eagan Watsnon nursing home, Jerseyville. Carl J. Steinbrtieck, 209 East Thirteenth. Jim Tungett, 3211 Edsall. Alton Area Deaths Wood ftit^er Township Hospital Mrs. Helen Carney. 240 Central. Marlene Kay Cox, Collage Hills. Harold F. 'Laycock, 418 South Ninth. Surgical Treatment 'Patrick Lea my, Staff House 5, Roxnna. Jeanetta Harris, 635 Fifth, East Allon. Mrs. Lillian Seluiltx, 622 Sheppard, Alton. Dismissals Mrs. Aline Wonnacolf, 4fifl Tipton. Mrs. Vida Marian, 208 McCasland, East Alton. Charley P. Davis, 2712 East Broadway, Alton. Bill M. Miller, 331 West Drive, East Allon. Mrs. May Doerges, No. 3 Community Park, Hartford. Mrs. Mildred Mae Benson, 481 Stale aid. Mrs. Adeline Donaldson and infant daughter, Bethalto. C'hiireh of Ood Unified morning service will no- gin at 9:30 a. m. Sunday at the First Church of God. The Rev. W. W. Skipper will proa oh nnd hN sermon will bo "Tho Blood of His Cross." Evening worship will bo- gin at 7:30 p. m. Tho sermon will bo "What To Do When Doubts Arise." The Missionary Society will moot at 9 a. m. Monday al Ihe church for an all-day quilting session. Tho Adult Bible class will be moot at 7:30 p. m. Monday at church. Baptist Sr-rvlcps Sunday school service will bo at 9:30 a. m. Sunday at tho North Alton Baptist Church. Morning worship will begin at 10:45. Dr Noel Taylor of Carbondnle. nssoci- alional stale secretary, will preach. The BTU will 'meet al 6:30 p. m. nnd evening worship will bo al 7:30. Tho Rev. William Robertson will preach on "God, Remedy for Sin." A singspiration will close the evening. The Train-! ing Union Workers will meet at; 7:30 i). m. Monday at the church.: Liillipnin Services | Faith Lutheran Church will havej .Sunday school and worship ser vices in the Odd Fellows Hall on; Stale street Sunday. Tho Sunday- School service will be at 9:30 a. m. and Ihe worship al 10:45. The Rev. Melvin Wilt is pastor. Auxiliary Chicken Supper VFW Post 1308 Auxiliary wi'l have a chicken supper al 6:30 p. m, Wednesday at the Veterans Memorial -Cenler. All members are inviled to attend Ihe supper. The supper will be free for all those who present their paid up 1952 membership card. Dues can be paid al: the door. Reservations are 1o be made by Tuesday by contacting Mrs. Louclla Gillespie (3-852G) and Mrs. Mary Schaller (3-60791. 1'ack Com mil lee Meets The pack committee of Cub Scout Pack 62 of Rufus Easton School met Thursday at the home of George Cannon at 1110 Doughs street. The group discussed plans for an overnight trip to Camp Warren Levis. They also plan for "Things To Go" as (he April theme for the pack work. The pack- meeting will begin at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at Ihe school. All parents are urged to be present: so they may decide whether to take part in the Area Cub Scout, and Boy Scout circus to be May 16 and 17 in the Wood River sladium. Practice Postponed The first practice session for the Northside Booster club Softball team, scheduled for Sunday afternoon at the Northside Playground, has been postponed because of bad weather. The Booster club is planning a strong independent schedule this season, featuring home games on Wednesday and "Saturday night of each week al. the Norlhside Playground. Model Alrphiners See Film The Alton Model Airplane club niel Thursday evening al Ihe home of Ralph Schmidt at 1205 Douglas street. Bill Kinsella showed movies about a circus. Kinsella then gave a demonstration of winding lines. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3. Honored On Birthday Bobby Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bales of 1219 Douglas | si reel, who is celebrating his fourth birthday anniversary today, : was honored wilh parly Friday al Ihe North Allon Nursery School at ! (!f>;> Elfgen street. Bobby sat in the jhirlhday rocking chair and wore • the birthday crown. Refreshments ! wore served by Mrs. Bates. The ' children played pin Ihe t; i donkey. Each child was presente; candy favors and a balloon. Those present were Jack Strickland, Davy Strickland, Bill Ash, David Ball, Douglas t-'isk, Jimmy Hartwiek, Lance Lilly, and James Klinke. Personal Mrs. Tom Adney of Elsah visited Thursday wilh her sister, Mrs. George Winger at 16 EJISI Delmar avenue. Mrs. L Bramley In failing health for more tlv-in n year and seriously 111 for I ho past two weeks, Mrs. LaVotn Bramley, 44. wife of Charles ,1. Bramley of 2117 Main street, died fit 9:30 a. m. today in St.'Joseph's Hospital whore she had boon a pal iont since Monday She also had been in tho hospital last for treatment of a heart ailment. A daughter of Fred C. Swain of 2600 Amelia street, and the laic Mrs. Swain, she was born July 18. 1907, nt Mt. Vornon. She came lo Alton with her parents 'about 36 years ago and for 13 years Ivid resided at the Main street homo. She was married May 25. 1929, in Alton lo Charles .1. Bramley. and I hoy woro parents of two children, a daughter, Gloria Loo, who losi her life when she was struck by a train on a railroad viaduct, north of College Avenue station in 1930, and a son. Pvt. Frederic Brami ley, who is slalionod at an armv | engineering base at Ft. Leonard j Wood. ; Mrs. Bramloy was a member of i Main Slrccl Methodist Church i u here she was teacher for a number of years of a Sunday school class, and she belonged lo Eastern Star lodge, Surviving in addition to her husband, son, and father, are a sister, Mrs. David Tlch of Alton, and her grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Swain, who resides at the Lore! t a homo. Her son, Pvt, Frederick Swain, arrived home from Ft. Leonard Wood last Wednesday and two aunts, Mrs. Chan Patterson and Mrs. -Edward Shinn of Farming- Ion, Mo., also have been in attendance of her bedside. Another aunt. Mrs. Frank Greene of Lancaster, Ohio, was expected here today. Funeral services will bo conducted at 3 p. m. Monday in Main Street Methodist Church by the Rev. Carl Mitchell. Interment will be in Upper Allon cemetery. The body is at Strceper funeral home where friends may call after 2 p. m. Sunday and until 1 p. m. Monday. abolh Her/og, died in 1941, Tho body »s at Jacoby funeral homo whore friends may call after 7 p. m. Sunday. Charles H. Finke Upper Alton EDWARDSVILLE Charles 11 Finko. 73. of 618 North Flllmoro si reel, died at his homo at 12-10 p. m. today after an illness ot more than year. Funoral arrangements are incomplete. Fred Betzolcl EDWARDSV1LL.-: Funeral services for Fred Bel/old. 83. of 021 Hancock street, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at Schneider firM-il horn" by the Rev. 11. .1. Brodohoofl, pastor of Eden Evangelical Church, followed 'by burial in SI. .lain s oomo.lcry. Bel/old, who formoiy served hero as a police patrolman, deputy shM 1 - iff and constable, died Friday al St. Joseph's Hospital. Allon, where he had boon a put iont four days after suffering a stroke at his homo Monday evening. He was born hero .July 12. 1868, a son of the ialc Mr. and Mrs. Casper Bel/old. On Feb. 13, 1890, he was married here lo Miss Amelia Rohrkasle, who died in August, 1932. Surviving arc two sons, Elmer and F. Percy Bet old of Xdwards- ville; three daughters. Mrs. Elsie Lulhrinpor of Chicago, Mrs. Doris Wickcnhauser of Alton and Miss Hazel Bet/old, Edwardsville; two brothers, A. W. Bet/old of Edwardsville and John Bol/.old, Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. Ida Reffner and Mrs. Mary Suck, both of East SI. Louis, and Mrs. Julia Blyth, Los Angeles, Calif., five granchildren and five great-grandchildren. III ftfllf flfff Of Service With /Ticti ot /tr«?« N. J. Wilson Nicholas J. Wilson, 81, a brother of tho late Mrs. M. F. Manning, an an uncle of Fancis J. Manning, Wood River attorney, died unexpectedly of a heart attack Friday, shortly before midnight. Wilson, who resided at 958 East Ferguson avenue, Wood River, was watching television when ho suffered the illness. A retired Standard Oil CoT, em- ploye, he moved with his wife lo Wood River six years ago. Mr? Wilson died last June and his sister. Mrs. Manning, Decembei His only survivors arc two nieces, who reside in Pennsylvania, and his nephew, Mr. Manning. The body is at Marks mortuary in Wood River whore friends may call after noon Sunday. Funeral riles will ho Monday at 10 a.m. al Ihe mortuary. Joseph Koenig Chesterfield Aid Society in Meet JERSEYVILLK Joseph Koonii; 77, died unexpectedly at 9:30 a. m today at his homo. (!02 Cleveland j MJ S S street. A son of the late Sebastian i recreation and Mary Wall Koonig, he wa ; ; i charge' of Carmilela Rilchoy born AUK. 24. 1K71 at Dale, Ind. I Esther Kamcl was followed by ilu Throe sons, Joseph jr., <md | serving of rofroshm-nls by tin CM ESTERFI ELD - -Tho rogular monthly business meeting of Ihe United Ladle;; Aid Society was held Thursday iflornoon in the church class room. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs. Forest Nifong, were present. Mrs, Howard Leach was in charge of the devotional service. The regular routine business was in charge of the president, Mrs. Robert Fonslcrman. Plans were made for the politick birthday supper lo be given Monday at (> p.m. Hostesses for the April meeting \vill be: Mrs. J. R. Pursoy and Mrs. W. E. Followcll. nirtli Announcement CHESTERFIELD —' Relatives and friends here have received announcements of Ihe biflh of a seven pound and I .vo ounce baby girl, born. Thursday at Memorial Hospital, Springfield, lo Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chism. Club Alerts CHESTERFIEL1 - - Members of Ihe Busy Finger's I-H Club and six guests were entertained Thursday evening at. the home of Miss Carol Jean Fcnstorman. Demons! rations were given by Miss Dorathy Kinds and M i s • Anna Belle I'.am -i. Mrs. Carol Jean Fonslerman was named a federal delegate : nd Doris Powers was nai loai 1 T. Recreation Youth For Christ Tho Greater Allon Youth for Christ will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in tho Shurtloff College chapel on the college campus. Mark tilth Birthday * Elln and Delia Wood, who live nt 1303 Clawson slroot observed their I5lh birthday with n parly Friday. Guests who woro awarded prizes woro Palsy Dilks, Bonnie and Buelah Slnmm, and Carolyn Pigg. Others attending wore Putty Graven, Darlono Graven, ,lnne Jarolt, Margie Gwillim, Nancy Connor, Gertrude Whyto. Refreshments woro served by Mrs. II. C. Fors, Miss Fao Wood, and Mrs. Chester Wood. Sponsoring Program The Gospel chorus of the Tabernacle Baptist Church, 2G20 Amelia slroot, is sponsoring a program featuring various church choruses Sunday at 3 p.m. Donations will go towards tho project of the church lo raise a fund to secure an or- ganello for tho church. Guosl speaker will ho tho Rev. A. C. Hall of St. Louis. The chorus from his St. Louis church will also appear on the program. Ohlcknsiiw The Chickasnw tribe mot Friday at the Teepee of Big and Little braves "Thunder Hawak" (Wallace Roller and son) on San ford street. Tho seven big and lilllo braves worked on wooden book ends during the council mooting. In tho absence of (ho big chief, "Big Brave Ken McConalhy, presided over tho mooting. The tribe will moot next at Ihe loepoe of James Casper and son, on April 4. HetiiniN Tn Business Waller Tale, owner of a hardware Store in Upper Allon returned to his store Ibis morning. Tale and his family have been in California and Mexico for the pasl throe weeks for a winter vacation. Ho and his wife returned with their three children Annalcc, Rosalie, and Waller, jr., Friday evening. They live al 504 Washington street in East Allon. To Hold Kally I)ny Rally Day will be observed Sunday ill 3 p.m. in tho Upper Alton Church of God in Christ, 2G03 Main street. The program is sponsored by the greater western district of I ho denomination, and Lillian Miller, and Mrs. A. L. Tinsloy, with the older A, L. Tinsley spoke lo I lie group. I'pper Alton Business .Men At the recent called meeting of I ho Upper Alton Business Men discussion was held on the proposition that tho organization- become an active part of tho Greater Alton Chamber of Commerce. The vole of Ihe organization was postponed until Ihe regular meeting in April because of the small number of members attending I ho mooting Cndet Hhorlnl Honored AVIATION CADET PAUL EDWIN SHORTAL Jr., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul E. ? h o r I a 1, Fairmount, has been picked lo represent Reese AFB n connection with he cadet procurement program. Outstanding cadets, who have nol high quallfi- rnllons for their •(election, will fly lo Connolly AFB, Waco, Te.x,, and Ihe three lop men of this group will go to Washington, D.C., to participate in Ihe annual cherry blossom festival. One cadet from (he three will be chosen lo double for Ihe vice - president nnd crown the queen of tho festival. Cadet Shortal attended St. Louis University, where he received three varsity letters in football and one in baseball. After graduation, lie coached football nt Old Cathedral. On Way to -Inpan PVT. PAUL C. WARD, whose wife JoAnn resides nl 3209 Edgewood avenue, left Friday for the eWsl Coast lo embark for Japan. His parents, Mr. .and Mrs. James Ward of While Hall, are former Al- lonians. He received basic, training al Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and is presently, wilh the Sixth Armored Division, engineering branch. A graduate of Allon High School in 1950, Pvl. Ward was employed al Laelode Steel Co. prior to induction Sept. 15, last year. ' V Shiftman Mr. and Mrs. Loo Burch have received a letter from their son, Frod Burch. who is in Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. 11. M, Shultx ro- lurnod Thursday from a vacation in Florida, where they vi.silod wilh Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sbull/. of Flag- Icr Beach. •t Airmen Killed PADUCAH, Tex., March 22 ,-T Four airmen woro killed yesterday when Ihoir four-engi'* 1 jot bomber crashed and exp'r led in ro ,ii, desolate brush country about 22 miles northwest of here. The BP- M "Torrmdo" crashed shortly nflor il rofiio'od al Rroso air force base al Luhhock, George of Jorsoyvillo and Charles of Dow. and four daughters. Mrs. Charles Hughes, Mrs. Thomas Kelly. Mrs. Thomas Hughes. ,ler- on the ISPVV j| 1( , an( [ ^..j. ;\|., r y R n [h. Ilardin, survive. He also loaves IT) grandchildren and four groat-grand- children, i'is wife, 'ho former Kli/- nexl mooting will lie 1 homo of Carol l-'en- hosloss. Their April .'', at. I he slerman. News Notes ClIKSTE'-'-'IKLD Mrs. Alice Bramloy received \\ord Thursday evening of the serious illnes of her dniighlor-in-law. M r s. Charles A fungus practically trees in the disease has destroyed all nativo chestnut Unilod Stales. All Brnmloy of Mrs-. Kslhor Leach has been the guest Mrs. Abiah Chism. Richard Scott Quartet Program Sunday Night Richard Scott and his quartet of singers will present a musical program, featuring sacred music, at, 8 o'clock Sunday evening in the Morning Star Baptist Church, 1909 (iross street. The program, a benefit, is being sponsored by Fred Edwards. The Rev. J. S. Davenport is pasior of the church. Because most flowers are designed for insect pollination, most scientists believe the evolution of flowers and insects took place at the same time. Home Bureau Unit Merts at Shipmau SHIPMAN', March 22. The local Home Bureau unit held an all- day meeting Thursday at the Methodist church basement with .Ifi members present. Miss Helen Randolph was a guest. Hostesses at the polluck dinner were Mrs. Dorothy Kulenkamp, Mrs. Charles Stubblofield, Mrs. Scoll Hopper, Mrs. Allen Kahl and Mrs, Lester Alward. Reports on 4-H work woro given by Mrs. Dorothy Kulenkamp and Mrs. C. K. Taylor. Mrs. Roy Archer and Miss Sara (Iriswold presented lessons. Sunshine sisters were revealed and names were drawn. Hosts for April will be Mrs Ronald Brcilwiser, Mrs. K. C. Christopher, Mrs. E. B. Belton and Mrs. Edna Travei-s. Digestive Disturbances Can be relieved with these methods Dr. E. C. DAVIS LICENSED CHIROPRACTOR Specializing In Bad Backs and in Electronic Examination and Treatment WOOD RIVICK, IUJNOIS 212 East Ferguson Avenue Hours: 1-7 l». M. Tel. i-v ±=^ ROWE For GOVERNOR A"NEW" PROGRAM FOR ILLINOIS! In this year of corruption and scandal in government, a program of old-fashioned honesty, efficiency and decency in government IS something NEW! Here is a candidate who not only BELIEVES it, but has PRACTICED IT! (l-'rom I ho Chiciigo lluil.v New*, M;irch 10, l!l.V>.) "Richard Yates Rowe is an old-fashioned candidate, and he is proud lo admil it. "'I believe in the old-fashioned principles,' says this sober, earnest contestant for the Republican nomination for governor. "'Honesty, decency, morals — that's what is called for in government. " 'What we need is better government, and less government at a lower cost. " 'The best government is the one that governs least.' " CHECK HIS RECORD AS A PUBLIC OFFICIAL CHECK HIS RECORD AS A PRIVATE CITIZEN V and you will find the man the Republican Party can be proud to present in November is its candidate for GOVERNOR of Illinois RICHARD YATES ROWE •lhl» *d l< written and paid (or by a |roup of Madison Counlv buiintsi and profrniiuMI men ubo believe lo win In November tbe Bepubluan Party mutl nominate an oulslandiDj candidate, and that Richard Vatei Bovtt U the man » I'vl, Kopslc Homo PVT. CHARLES F. KOPSIE, 20, n son of Mrs, Elmer Lynn of 3718 Western avenue-, arrived home Wednesday from Hoinlierg, Germany, where he lad been working ; n Ihe United post office, •is n member of ;he nrmed forties. Ife en listed in service i n September, 1948, and .vns sent lo Ft, Xnox, Ky., for Daslc: I ruining. In I'vl. Kopttta December of Ihe same year, he was sent lo Germany. Mis enlist men): period was extended one your, and at end of his leave he will go to Ft. Sheridan, [or reassignment. Schnrtli HrothcrH Word has been received by Mr and Mrs. Edward Schnrth frorr Iheir sou, Pfc. Edward D. Schnrlh that he is now in Kaiserlautern Germany, with the 8(Mth Hospila at. the American Medical center Me entered service March S, 1051 and trained first a I. FI. Ouster Mich. Later he spent 16 weeks a Ihe Brooks Medical school in Ft S a in Houston, T ex., studying pharmacy, and classified as gen era! clerk and typist. Following his graduation from Allwi H i g h School, he attended Shurllcl'f College, and al time of entering service was payroll clerk at Laclede Steel Co. A brother, Pvl. Robert D. Scharlh, who enlisted last July, is now in Korea with Ihe (iOlh Eng. Base Depot Co. nl I'usan. He received basic training at Ft. Lee, Mrdorn Church Service's Announced for Sunday MEDORA ... At Ihe Baptist Church Sunday Rev. Edward Es- krn of Alton will preach at 10:45 a.m. and 7::!0 p.m. Sunday school convenes nt. 9:'lfi a.m. and HTU nt fi:.'10 p.m. Rev. E. W. Fox will preach nl Ihe Methodist Church Sunday at 9:'I5 a.m. with Sunday school following. He will be at Piasa at II a.m. and 7:,'!() p.m. Hcv. Kenneth Bower of Brighton will he at Ihe Summerville Presbyterian Church at II MS n.rn. Sunday school convenes al 10 a.m. Al Ihe Kemper Baptist Church Rev. IX E, "Fisher of St. Louis, will preach at 11 a.m. and 7:.'?0 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. and BYK al Oi'lfi p.m. Rev. fiwpii Hamilton will preach at Ihe Bethel Baptist Church Sunday morning and evening. Sunday school precedes Ihe morning worship. Mass nl St. John's Catholic Church will be conducted by Rev. •"nlhor O'Hara Sundny nt. 8 n.m. ('iiiiiistii Club McelM MEDORA - The Canasta Club net Thursday evening nt the home f Mrs. Don Moore at Piasa. Prix's went lo Mrs. Wendell Warner, <lrs. W, D. Gilworlh, Mrs. Elmer Veil, Others present, were: Mrs. /crnon Sarginson, Mrs. Nelson Tar- jhella, Mrs. Melvin Bennett, Mrs. :iayton Powell, Mrs. W. B. Challn- ombe, Mrs. Warren Harris, Mrs. I. L. Maple, Mrs. Dale Smith, and Mrs. H. F. Shields. The hostess served refreshments tfler.the games. The April mooting vill he wilh Mrs. W. D. Gilworlh. Attend Dinner mid Moctlnp MEDORA — Mrs. George Wilton, Mrs. Ina French, Mrs. Corrine Hnr- an and Mrs. T. T. Eddlcman at- Va., wilh Ihe c|uartcrmnsler corps, md graduated as n supply records specialist. Prior to embarkation for Japan, Jan. 1, he was nl Ft. Law- Ion, Wash. A graduate of Alton ligh School, Pvt. Robert Scharlh vns employed a I: Western Car- lridge Co. at lime of enlistment. Pfc. James C. Masscy of Soronto, previously stationed at Camp Ruck- jr, Ala., has now reported to Ft. VleClellan, Ala. He has just com- jleted M months as an infantry ifleman with Ihe 25th Infantry Division in Korea. A veteran of two years' military service, Pfc. Massey also served with the occupation forces in Okinawa, before going lo Korea. Massey's mother, Mrs, Mayme Masscy, lives at 220 North Buchanan street, Edwardsville. Shiftman SHIPTVtAN. -~ Mr. and Mrs. monl Reader and Mrs. Miles Chris* topher and Mary Jane, attended funeral rites for Mrs. Header's undo, William Paddock, at the East Alton Baptist Church, Wednesday afternoon. Burial was at MortJ. Mrs. Lyle Duncan and Mrs. Em- molt Cnveny wont to St, Louis Thursday and brought Lyle Duncan home from Ramos Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Herschel McCormick and daughters of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ersehcl Matthews nnd daughters were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCormlck. Mrs. J. 0. Christopher, Mrs. Anno Kahl, Mrs. 0. A. Shukz, Mrs. W. H. Brueggeman, Mrs. Rose Smith, Mrs. H. O. File and Miss Bertha Shultz, quilled Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Edna Travers. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caveny and daughter of Bethallo visited Mrs. Lyle Duncan, Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Archer was a guest Tuesday and Wednesday of her sister, Mrs. John Suhllng, of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrlstoph- or»on of Wilmore, Ky., were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jenkins. If. 0. Still and G. G. Green were in Curlinvlllc Wednesday. tended a Republican dinner and meeting in Carlinvllle Thursday evening, Botliel Unit Meets MEDORA-Tho Bethel unit of the Home Bureau met Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. Frank Loy. The home adviser, Mrs. Paul Erb, gave the major lesson. The minor lesson was given by Mrs. Roger Brooks. The health chairman, Mrs. William Ritchey, passed out leaflets for the health lesson. VKKTI- BUM) OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY 7:80 A. HI. to 0:00 P.M. Open Every Nile 'Til I) P. 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