THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Upper Alton Pnrndp Onod Hundreds 'are pxpcclod lo llnfl the si roots of Upper All on tomorrow lo wntch the annunl Memorial I my pnrnde find t,he wenlhnrmnn spp'ms prepared lo help things along by predicting good weather. Four bands, some 20 organizations, 400 children, wnr veterans and cMy officials will take part In the ««nt which is scheduled, to si art, al 0 a. in. and wind up In t'pppr Alton cemetery for memor- inl services about two hours later. Walter B. Schmoeller, In charge nf the event for the Upper Alton Council of OAAC, said the parade ..vill form nt n. m. nl Mnln ; T Rbornflclo ' - of complaints were recorded in this column. The matter was brought to the attention of the council by Alderman Walter Brown of the seventh ward. Clean-up of the streets was especially timely because of the Upper Alton Friday parade and commencement exercises al bolh Western Military Academy and Shurlleff College, over the weekend, which are expected to allracl many oul-of-town visitors. Mtialrnl 1'onlRht Malrons Missionary Guild of the Farewell Service For Evangelists Missionary Baptist avenue will inpton to Amelia, west on Amelia lo Humbert., north on Humbert to Locust, west on Locust to Kll/.a- holh nnd north on Elizabeth to the cemetery. Cnrol Peters, chairman 1'ppcr Allon of tl^i OAAC Council will give a musical program tonight al the church beginning at 8 nnd featuring ils singers and piano accom- panisl, Verlin Moore. In other events, a special memorial service will be held Friday at 8 p.m. with the pastor, Ihe Rev. William H. Binford, in charge. The more''wiVl Rive the 'in vocal ion "and i meeting is especially designed to benediction nnH HIP prlncipa 1 ' commemorate the deaths of the speaker will be Waller Wnodeock, members within Ihe past year, secretary of the (!AAC. Free passes to (lie Uptown I healer niul fins? will ho distributed to children taking part in the Alton Area Death* Mrs, Ada Ceilcr Mrs. Ada M. Roller. 86. wife of Frank Oeller of 1818 Clnwson street, died at 8:45 a. m. today in spending eight months In Florida for treatment of a heart ailment, he had returned to Kdwardsville R month ago. Born here May 3. 1912, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buckles, he was married July 27, 1938, lo Miss Tom WaterhottM Stiltitfttorian o/ Clnns tit Western Western Military Academy's 73rd commencement will take place from Friday through ihr grntlu- Mather Nursing home where sheir'eiol (HirU-y at Warrenlon, Mo. ! aling exer- ises on Monday morn- had been a patient for eight weeks. She had been a long time resident of Upper Alton. Mrs. Oeiler's only relatives are her husband and two nieces. The body Is at Warner funeral home in Brighton pending funeral arrangements. Warren Buckles II was also announced that Ihe church would conduct a pew rally KKV. H. A. The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Hamilton of Alton Gospel Tabernacle Church are to present a favesvrll parade Schmoeller snid. The four hnnds in participate are Ihe Munl- HIMc Club HUM 1'nrt.y The Bible club of Brown Si reel cipal, Allnn HiRli School. Central j Huplist Church was given a parly School and the Upper Alton drum | \Vcflnesday afternoon al Ihe church ! by the leader, Mrs. Howard K. buple corps. The parade will be mostly of marching units. _ How ever, disabled veterans and city officials will be provided transportation. Officials to take parl up j iMi n c , ._ Tho evcn , Inar |< rr | HIP last meeting of the group until fall, Games were played, gospel songs he j sung and Mrs. Miller wound up the Mayor Llnkogle, Chief nf Police program by making awards lo 12 boys and girls for the following accomplishments; Attendance; get- ling new members* memory work; and for coming to Sunday school and attending morning worship. Forly - nine children attended. Those served refreshments (ial'lnway. Fire Chief Lewis nnd ninny aldermen. llrv. HllKCiidorf Has Visitors The Rev. nnd Mrs. Carl Ililgpn- rloi f will have ns house guests over Memorial Day their daughter and son-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Karl Wels of Sikpslon, Mo., and their two daughters. The Rev. Hilgen- j were Mrs. Lynn Cochran and Mrs. dorf is pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church on Milton road. IMiut Property Improvement The board of trustees of Messiah Lutheran Church on Milton i-oad has agreed on plans for building improvements on the parsonage and school. The plan will be placed before Ihe voter assembly which meets next Monday at: the church. Party for Poppy Makers The American Legion and its auxiliary gave n ; arty Wednesday afternoon in the oasement of Spruce, the veterans' collage on the grounds of Allon State Hospital. Those honored were patients who had assisted in making the "poppies." which were sold on the streets of Alton and surrounding areas last week. Lighting Job in I'rogress A three-day over-hauling of the lighting system at. the College avenue railroad station is being done hy G M & 0 electricians. Most of the job entails placing underground the wires that lead to the platform lights. The over-h'aul was decided upon after lightning, recently, knocked out the lighting system at the station for more than a week. Revival Aimed at Youth The revival program in progress at Ihe Church-of the Na/.arene, 3316 Hillcrest, will be especially designed for the youth of the church, Friday night. Evangelist G. W. KDWARDSVILLK. — Alderman Warren Buckles, 40. of 710 North Main, an employe al Shell Oil Co. refinery, died of a heart attack al 7:30 p.m. Wednesday while en route by ambulance to St. Luke's Hospital. SI. Louis. Buckles, elected to Ihe city conn- in 1951 as an alderman from service Sunday. After eight years ,| K , fourth \\ard, had been us paslor, the Rev. Hamilton is to i health for several years. embark on evangelistic, work "in ^ — —— three or four stales," Iv informed the Telegraph today. This type ol ministerial work is done by arrangement with individual pastors of i-lumihes where the evangelists arrange schedules to appear. The Rev. Harley Smith, formerly of the Belhel Assembly of God Church al Quincy. is lo succeed Ihe Rev. Hamilton here. On Monday night, a combination farewell parly for Ihe Hamillons and a welcoming in ill After Surviving, besides his parents and widow, are a son, Wade Buckles, of Fdwardsville. and a sisler. Mrs. Davis i Marie) Folrath, Decatur. He was a member of tbe F.d- wardsville volunteer fire company for many /ears, and nf Hie operating engineers' local union. He also was a member of First Presbyterian Church and A. F. & A. M. Lodge 99 of Edwardsville. Following his graduation from Edwardsville High School in 1931. senior class of 70 cadets from 12 states and Including sb cad Ms from Mexico, will receive diplomas. Closing event.' vill begin Friday evening, with tbr presentation of Ihe senior das* play. "You Can't T a k e It With Y o u. " directed Hospital Motes St. .fo*<»pft'ff Medical Treatment Elmer Pemhrook, Greenfield. David Mehrhoff, Cnrrollton Louis Robhlns, Mineral Springs Hotel Willie Briseo, Rt. 2, Alton Miss Florence Barraclough, 1.10fi North Mnln, Edwardsvllle Mrs. Mary A. Ralrd, 801 St. Louis street. F.dwardsvllle Snriflcnl Trenfment Mrs, Freda Bergfeld. 820 Logan Mrs. Alida Stout. 2619 Clawson Mrs. Rcrlhn Ax. 438 South Buchanan, Kdwardsvllle Gerald .lackson, Fidelity Wnterhoiwp he attended Illinois College al |, y (j a p ( ^ p Martin. Jacksonville. Saturday morning. May HI. will The body will remain at Weber. i, ril , R the'lower school graduation (Mnrks-Weben funeral home from antl ,| 1P n ,j]jt n ry award ceremony, noon Friday until 11 a.m. Saturday, when it is to lie taken to First Presbyterian Church for funeral services there al L' p.m.. in charge of Ihe pastor, the Rev. F. 1.. Kins-cj n ] r ] | M1(|S , Sunday, al .'t p.m.. Dr. C. Oscar Johnson, pastor of the Third Hup- list Church, St. Louis, will deliver Ihe baccalaureate sermon in Ihe man. Burial will he in Woodlawn cemeterv. The graduating exercises will be George and Julcne Boswell, 2 North Ninth, East Alton Mrs, Rita Brauer and Infani daughter, 2753 Hillcrest 'Mrs. Margaret Caples. Villa Teri ace Mrs. Maltie Dilks. Fieldon Mrs. Alice Gearing, Alton Woman's Home Sam Holman. 2fipfl Powhatnn Mrs. Mildred Jones and infant son. 223 Snlu Miss Kathleen Mailer, 1114 Mr- tags Hills Mrs. Ethel While, Cottage Hills Mrs. Nettle Miner, 121 Whitelaw, East Alton held Monday al 10 a.m. Cadet Tom Glmn his subject, Hoot, will have as "Bride of Christ." In services tonight, the evangel-. isl will speak on, "Things That Money Will Not Buy." New Program for Blind A new program for the 38 blind patients at Alton State Hospital is scheduled to begin next week, featuring "talking books," designed to instruct as well as educate, hospital authorities said today. The "talking books," which are records, and the equipment are being provided by the State School for the Blind at Jacksonville. After the first selection of records has been used and returned, the Jacksonville Institution will replace them with others, operating the schedule somewhat: like a library, head of the recreation department, Mrs. Edna Weslover, said. Among the first records requested are "Crock of Gold," by James Stevenson, narrated by actor House Jameson. Others will be "Aesop's Fables" and "The Great Sahara," tbe latter a study -of geology, Cop a Sophomore Patrolman Gerald Loy, 33, of the Allon police, Is finishing his second year at Shurtleff College, realizing half of his plan to work as a policeman, raise a family and get a college education all at the same time. Loy, who lives with bis wife and two children at 603 Wilson avenue, has the tough 8 p. m. to 4 a. m. watch and his beat at present is in North Alton. The coming nipans but one Loy school vacation thing to Officer he will get more sleep. Stirtlio Singers Meet The Studio Singers met at the Upper Alton Studios Tuesday evening for (heir final meeting of the season. Meetings will resume in September. Following adjournment of Ihe session, refreshments were served. Lillian Razar Wallers is director of the singers, and panist. The group gave its final concert of the season May 21. Streets to Sparkle The streets in the Upper Alton business section were swept by the City street department today and early Memorial Day they will be washed down by the fire department. Fire Chief Lewis said the flushing job would be done in the very early morning and would be done by firemen of the College avenue hose house. The condition of the streets were discussed at a city council meeting Wednesday night after reports Wendall Aulabaugh. Mrs. Joe Gordon, who acted as Mrs. Miller's .secretary throughout the year, was the oilier adult present. Dr. .Simon to Vacation Soon Superintendent of the Allon Stale Hospital, Dr. A. Simon, his wife and two children, leave on a two-week vacation, June 6. Ten- 1 lalixe plans are lor a motor lour somewhere in the south. Wiener KoHsl for Brownies A wiener roast and supper was held Wednesday night for Brownie Troop 'J'J of Messiah Lutheran School at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kuslerman ol 3311 Clifton avenue. Brownies attending were Jane Schmidt, Candace Moore, Carol Sue Jackson, Nancy Carrol, Karen Glassmeyer, Kli/.abeth Kufert, Barbara Suler, Carol Kusterman and Shirley Holtman. Others attending were troop leader Mrs. Louis Holtman, her husband and son, Mrs. Henry Glassmeyer, the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hildendorf and their granddaughter, Christie Weis, and Mr. and Mrs. Kusterman and son, Ronald. After the wiener roast, the girls hiked to Ihe girl scout day camp on North Rodgers avenue. Gideons Distribute Bible* Charles Scott of 2509 Judson street, president of the Alton Camp of Gideons, announced that the distribution of 2000 Bibles to Alton public schools was completed yesterday. Pupils in the 5th to 8th grades were given copies of the New Testament and teachers of the classes were presented with 40 full- sized Bibles. Distribution of tbe books began several weeks ago. The last of them, 900 copies, were given to the pupils yesterday. Station Jammed The College avenue railroad station was flooded today with outgoing and incoming passengers taking advantage of the Memorial Day holiday. Station agent O. E. Rudolph said the number of Alton area residents leaving for local points is the highest in recent years. "It more than doubles the ordinary day's traffic," Rudolph said. Business is expected to ease off early tomorrow and pick up again Sunday as the vacationers return. Property Used for Education Members of Calvary Baptist Church, 1422 Washington avenue, voted recently to use property adjacent to the church for educational purposes instead of as a parsonage as first planned. The building, a former residence, was bought about three months ago. Within a month, the pastor, Rev. J. Curtis Martin said, it would be ready for use for Sunday School classes and as a center for the Training Union program of the church. The groups will take over their new quarters as soon as the house, which is now vacant, is furnished. Heating Unit Installed One of the largest recent hap- tismal services will take place at the Calvary Baptist Church, 1422 Washington, Sunday when some 10 persons are expected to be baptized. It is the first such ceremony at the church in weeks because of delay in installing an electric heating unit in the bap- tistry. Delay Celebration, Son Discharged Mr, and Mrs, V. A. Schmidt of 3609 Western avenue planned a long motor trip (u observe their 25th wedding anniversary which ! was Wednesday, but they called it off when they heard their son, party for the Rev. Smith is slated al the Oni/erl club rooms. Mrs. Hamilton is also an ordained minister and nssisls her husband at services. They have ,-i married daughter, Mrs. D. H. Peterson of Davenport. Iowa. Prior to his pastorate here, the Rev. Hamilton was pastor at the Kl Bethel Assembly of God Church at Davenport. Plan Greenfield Memorial Rites Veterans' Homes Tenants to Move Council Voles Order for County 4-H* c i' s To Attend Meet Them to Vacate The City Council EDWARDSVIf.LE. county 'I-H club members will go | to Urbana by bus June 10 for the Wednesday; opening of "-1-H Days" al Ihe Waterhouse of Allon, second ranking man in academics in the class, will deliver Ihe salutatory address, and Cadet Charles Bradford, lop man in the class, will speak the valedictory. The address lo the seniors will be made by Major General Carl R. Gray, jr., Western graduate ol — Madison 1907. night approved on committee recommendation a resolution thai no- lice be given to tenants of the veterans' temporary housing units (hat they must vacate by Sept. 1. , but thai taking bids on sale of any about ils departments and college | Bt'N'KKR HILL-Paul Gricsby, of the temporary housing be de-1 o f agriculture, will continue i superintendent of schools at Gran- University of Illinois campus. The annual observance, which affords thousands of 4-II clubbers from over the state an opportunity to visit Ihe university and learn Bunker Hill High Graduation Today ferred until vacant. through June 12. ile City, will be Ihe speaker at the Action was taken on a number of I The 4-H members will bo taken j h 'Kh school commencement tonight on conducted tours of the campus j al $ P- '"• DST in the school gym- GRKKNFIKLD Howard Houlette, commander, and the Rev. George Mayo, paslor of the Methodist. Church, will give, brief talks at Memorial Day services Friday, at 10 a. m. at Oakwood cemetery. The program is sponsored by tbe American Legion and Auxiliary, and has been arranged by Mrs. Warren Cook, president of Ihe auxiliary. Mrs. Jo H. Valentine, chairman, Mrs. Floyd Wilton, Warren Cook and Richard Wilhite. The Rev. George F. McCowan will conduct the devotional service and the regulation Legion program in observance of Memorial Day will be carried out by George Newell Rives. .Kenneth Cummings, Ciller Strang, Roland Roth, Richard Charles Wilhite, Barton, Francis Griffin, Russell Shade, Russell Morrow, Richard Powell, Elmer Knisley and Paul Roberts. Members of the Legion have erected flag poles in Oakwood and Rose Hill cemeteries this week. The Legion will decorate the graves of veterans of all wars with flowers and flags preceding the services. Stores, offices, bank and post- office will be closed Friday. Class Trip GREENFIELD-Members of the junior class of the high school spent Tuesday in St.. Louis. The rip was made by bus and Don -.ukctich, athletic director and traffic matters, but a recommendation of the City Traffic Commission to set a boulevard stop on East Fourth at Oak. making Oak a through street from Broadway to Fifth and thus providing an ambulance lane to St. Joseph's Hospital, was laid over. Several aldermen opposed more slops on EH si Fourth lest it completely lose ils usefulness in bleeding traffic, from congested East Broadway. Alderman Waide asked further study on blinker caution lights or pavement striping on Fourth at Oak as an alternative. It was explained the commission passed over a recommendation for lights because of the expense. Installation of a stop for southbound traffic on Slate at West Ninth (northwest corner) "for a 90- day trial" was approved. Stops also were ordered for Lincoln avenue at intersections with Havvley, McKinley, and Logan streets. Painting of a stop line on Central at the southwest corner of Central and Union, an offset intersection, was referred to the city engineer and street repairs committee with power to act. Elimination of parking on the east side of Main between Broadway and Denny was approved. Delegates Named To Fire College For Better Shoes PETERS BRAND City Club for Men Velvet Step for Women Weather Bird for Children MILITEILO SHOE STORE 7 W. Fervwon Wood River BM/3 "Bud" J. Schmidt was discharged from the navy and Is headed home, Seaman Schmidt, 21, left the navy today al San Diego, Calif., and is expected In Alton some time next week. He was in service almost four years and at one time was aboard the destroyer Rogers with two of his brothers who are still in service. The Schmidts said the observ ance of their anniversary could in small groups after their arrival. | nasium. Following an entertainment program and lunch, agricultural 4-H The valedictorian, Gerald Sanner. and the salulatorinn, Eleanor club members will be taken on a| (;f iil Noble, will be presented by tour of the university cxperimen- 1 Paul Wisch, principal. Ernest Altai farms from 1:15 to 3:30 p.m. During the same hours home economics club members are to be entertained at special programs in the home economics building. Summer Activities Planned Bv YW adviser, accompanied the roup. Will Receive GREENFIELD—Robert Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo K. Pride, ,vill receive, his master's degree 'rom the University -of Iowa at commencement exercises June 6. Price will be employed as associate technical director of the production, "Forever This Land", which will be presented during the summer at New Salem state park near Petersburg, Rnsshani Kilos GREENFIELD — Funeral ser- ices for John II. Bassham wore conducted by the Rev. Father Boll at St. Michael Church Tuesday. John Hayes sang, accompanied by his sister, Miss Lord t a Hayes, organist, Claude Gustine, Jacksonville, Frank Parks, Charles Hayes, J. P. Bauer, Jesse B. Parks and Charles Burroughs were pallbearers. PTA Speaker Mrs. S. Finkelstein, clinical psychologist at Allon State Hospital, spoke at the meeting of the PTA Council, al West Junior High KDWARDSV1LLE -- Delegates and alternates to the 28th annual state fire college next month were chosen by Edwardsville Fire Company No. 1 at its quarterly meeting Tuesday night at city hall. Delegates named were Bruce FieRenbaum and Rudolph Span- holti:, jr. Maurice Weeks and Leroy Lange are alternates. Fire Chief Dennis Hentz and Simon Kellermann, jr., secretary of the local firemen's organization, also plan to attend the state fire college, scheduled for June 10-13 at the University of Illinois campus. The Madison County Firemen's Association, it was announced, will stage a fire college Sunday, June 13, at Lindendale park, Highland, opening at 9:30 a. m. Plan Memorial Program Young Women's Christian Association are making plans to take advantage of warm weather for activities this summer. Homemakers Holiday, made up of housewives who are interested in participating in physical activities, and the Gym Dandies, a similar group for young employed women, are planning to swim at Camp Talahi, hike along the river road, bowl, fo horseback riding, and play baseball during the summer. The Homemakers will meet al the YWCA June 5 at 9:30 and will go in a group from there to a bowling alley. They will swim at the Y at 11:15 and those who wish to bring their lunch may enjoy eating together around Ihe Y's outdoor fireplace. The Gym Dandies will bowl June 4, meeting at the Y al 7:15 and returning there lo'swim at 9. The YW Junior Su/ies. girls from 8 to 14. will meet Thursday mornings al 9:30 to visit various Alton industries and civic departments. An adult will accompany them on all trips. The first summer activity of the Business Girls will be a picnic and bike at Marquotln Park on June 3. The Cosmopolitan Club made up of area people interested in meeting people from all lands and foreign students from Scott Field will meet through the summer on the last Sunday of each month. The nursery for babies up to 7 years of age will be open during the summer on Thursdays from 9:30 to 3 p.m. len, president of the school hoard, will present diplomas lo Ihe graduates. The Rev. Edgar Shaw will give the invocation and benediction. (irndo Awards BUNKER HILL-At Ihe eighth grade graduation exercises Wednesday evening American Legion award was presented to John Whitcside and Ihe Auxiliary Award went to Iva Jane Landrelh. David Raymond and Delores | Hand received Ihe awards in the Wooflburn school. Honorable mention was given Maudie Wagner. Mrs. Ernest Allen made the Auxiliary awards and Paul Wisch presented the Legion awards. Infant Christened BUNKER HILL — Susan Louise Wright, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wright, was christened at the Lutheran parsonage Sunday by Hie Rev. Hans Bruss. Mrs. Martha Pelhamk and Miss Glcnda Probst were sponsors. 4-H (hilt Meeting BUNKER HILL -Sharon Myers entertained '20 Merry Maiden 4-H Club members Tuesday evening at her home, Margaret Moulton and Harriet Scheldt gave demonstrations; Sharon Myers and Mary Haneghan sang a duet; Harriet Scheldt played a piano solo, and Doris Fensterman and Janet Enke sang a duet. It was announced that Wilma Sauerwein, Janet Helmknmp, Mary Sladclman, Mary Welch, and Darlene Wiemers had attended an officers training school. The ne.xl meeting will be Juno 10 in the afternoon al the Scheldt home. News Notes BUNKER HILL -The Rev. Hans Bruss was guest speaker at the. mission rally in the Lutheran Church in Carpenter Sunday morning. Mrs. Martha Mae Nance, 200'J Belle Willie Robison, 1810 Belle Kenneth Smith. 408 Atwood Miss Jessie Pearl Thomas. 2'IIT> Kli/.nholh Mrs. Alice Wight man, 111.1 Washington Mrs. Helen Klieter, 109 West Fourth. Kdwardsville /tffoit Memorial ffOflpiffft .Medical Treatment Floyd Galliher, 3305 Sherman Marcus Dodge, Medora Carl Vaughn, 925 Union Daniel Brogdon, White Hall Arch Bowman, Rt. 1, Fast Alton ' Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Rl. 1. : Bethnllo Mrs. Lois Meadors. 26 Marguei- ite, Wood River Surgical Treatment Mrs. Izoln Sheppard, .128 Corbin. Bethalto Richard Pivoda, 21 Worden coun Steven C'urfman, 449 First, Wood River Terry Lea Kochersperger, Thomas, Alton Miss Florence Bnrraelough, 1306 North Main, Kdwardsvllle Joseph Williamson, 809 Cherry, East Alton Adam Ivantlek, 610 East Arline drive. East Alton Jesse R. SehmollinRer jr., Rt. 1, East Allon Sandra Lynn Hise, 198 Gouldlng. Easl Allon Saundra Sue Helgert, Cottage Hills Stephen Skundrich, SI 7 Madison Leonard J. Allen, Collage Hills Mrs. Glenda Moore, 2305 Amelia, Allon Charley A. Phillips. Rl. 1, Pallon, Mo. Donna Vinson. Rt. 1. Godfrey Mrs. Vivian R. Rramlet, Rt. 1, Belhallo Harold Kruse. 2RO Penning Mrs. Mamie Frye. 20S S. 12(h Patricia Mae Wieneke, B street, Helhallo Clarence W. Hardesty, 507 Norlh Central, Roxana Mrs. Anette Mansholl. Rl. 1, Brj tballo On Executive- Committee Illinois Pharmaceutical Associa lion announces that Dennison Foster of the Foster's drug store, Al- Robert Hill, 268 Tenth, Wood diver John Stevenson. 2406 College Jack Watson, Graf ton Clinton Crider. Rl. 1, Belhallo Mrs. Frances Admire, 1511 Carter Clifford Thomas, 1002 Douglas Paul Schliepcr, 420 Lorena, Wood River Mrs. Margaret Howard, White. Hall Susan Webb, Godfrey Starlet Hammond, JerseyvlHe Angela Hannekan, 2411 Jurlxon Mrs. Alvin Laux and infant daughter, 1824 Worden Hood River Township Hospifnl Medical Treatment Oliver Piper, 600 North Main. Edwardsville Mrs. Marjorie Godar, 508 Goodfellow, Alton John W. Brown, Chautauqua Mrs. Kl>n Smilfi, Rt.. 2. Allon James Carl Stroud, 1313 Highland, Allon Darlene Roberts. 320 St. Louis road Surgical Treatment Mrs. Mary Janet Darnell, Col- plenty of clean, soft white diapert o/woyi . from TINY TOT diaper service 2 ONIY or itn pir diopM Trlpf* G*rm-Pr«of frottttlen * IVORY WASH *DIAPERE;:E RINSI * LABORATORY CONTROttED 70 DIAPERS A WC K plui i«nl- lury container. Stqnqattd pir- tonat-ntt-baq wailvng . . . *)''*Y< Iht i«mt diddfril r»ic>-<- irk ddivery. WBCK. All lor only Sl.ti A for iervtct coll STerlmq 8282 •Kll tub'.crlpltcii ». PARiNTS mpg.rn. CALL YOUR LOCAL OPERATOR - WE WILL PAY TOLL CHARGES NOTICE JENNIE D. HAYNER LIBRARY CLOSED BEGINNING JUNE 2nd Please Return Books Saturday, May 31st or Leave in Mail Box. ' * ' '•'»'/• Vvv Friday at Edwardsville I ton, has been elected a member of EDWARDSV1LLK - Annual Memorial Day services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday at Lusk Memorial cemetery under joint auspices of the local American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts. A parade al 1:30 p. m., from city hall lo the cemetery, will precede the services, at which the Rev. Dallas Newby, a Greenville minister and World War I veteran, is to be the principal speaker. Courthouse offices, public build- the executive committee of the Illinois Pharmaceutical Association; lo take office Jan. 1, 1953, Airline. Triivcl Normal Soon WASHINGTON, May 2S>. — Airline travel and other private flying can '/oc/ni back to normal next Tuesday morning. Secretary of the Interior Oscar Chapman last night signed an order lifting restrictions al that time on the amount of gasoline commercial and sports flying could use. PRICES REDUCED ON NEW 1952 FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS A scrap dealer in Bruges. Belin an ported incorrectly. Thousands of villagers in the famine-stricken district of Madras now are subsisting on tamarind (Indian date) seeds, the State's Governor, Sri Prakasa, learned on a tour of the district. wait until later. They wouldn't miss being home when their son arrives. OPEN MEMORIAL DAY WITH FRfSH • PICS t CAKES • ROLLS • DAIRY PRODUCTS AND MANY OTHER PASTRY ITEMS. EVANS PASTRIES AND DELICATESSEN 2611 STATE ST. NORTH ALTON DIAL 2-9421 Op*n Mon. Thru Tburs. fill 9 f.*l.—Vn. Thru Sun. Till 10 P-M- UNION ELECTRIC'S OFFICES AND STORES CLOSED ALL DAY, MAY 30 In observance of Memorial Day, Union Electric offices and stores will be closed May 30. No customer business mil be transacted on this day, Your electric service, of course, takes no holiday. Hundreds will be on the job to give light and power at the flick of a switch. Still others will be on duty to cope with any emergency that may arise. UMitM lltftrti fOI fif I6INCY UIVKI Ii V77T1 AND RANGES WAS $244,76 REDUCED TO $ 199" OTHER MODELS ALSO GREATLY REDUCED LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE i! i' c i' (i RLTOn REFRIDERRTIDn * », • v *».'»» •.v.v.v 550 E. BROADWAY DIAL 3-7721 (Authomeil Fricidaire Sale* 4 Service) HIM- tKAJSC, KVKHK'iT BKAtfLCV. Proprietor*.
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