Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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ALTON HAZEL WILSON HELEN Mr and Mrs. W. H. Wilson are announcing the engagements of their daughters, the Misses Hazel Wilson and Miss Helen Wilson. Miss Hazel Wilson is engaged to Jack Cannedy son of Mr. and M« Kent C Cannedy, 626 Monroe street, East Alton, and Miss He^n Wilson Is the fiancee of Gene Gaultney son of Mrs Mary L Gaultney, 1512 North Twenty-first street, East St. Louis, and s 8a of the Roxana High jghoolL She is employed in the decorating department of Owens-Illinois ranney is a graduate of the East Alton-Wood' River High School and is employed in the mold repair department of Owens- lnln ML G Hden°Wilson attended the Rtfxana High School. She i* •mployed by Bussmann Fuse Co., St. Louis, Mo. ._.„,.,. P Mr Gaultney attended " Central Catholic High, East St. Louis. He is employed by the Bradford Electric Co., East St. Louis. The couples plan a late summer wedding. __ school. Tap, ballet and toe dancing will make up the program. Pianist accompanists will be Miss Marilyn Hutchinson and Miss Ruth Ann Bermes. Gray-Wltttnan Invitations Issued Invitations have been Issued to the wedding of Miss Catherine Wittmann, daughter of Mrs. P. J. Wittmann and the late Mr. Wittmann of Godfrey, and Oliver Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of Jerseyville. The couple will be married at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, June 14 in St. Alphonsus' Church, Brighton. The couple will entertain with a dance from 8:30 to 12:30 Saturday evening at the Legion Hall in Jerseyville, and their relates abends •« «* come to attena ' . --------- .- ........ , MISS SNODGRASS Announcement Is being made of the engagement of Miss Judy* Snodgrass to Dwlght Bazzell, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bazzell of East Alton, The prospective bridegroom, who will graduate Thursday from East Alton-Wood River High School, is an employe of Western Cartridge Company. Miss Snodgrass Is a daughter of Mrs. Raymond Van Meter and George Snodgrass of Alton. She is an East Alton-Wood River High School student. Golden Wedding Reception Last Night Mr. and Mrs. George H. Paul of Dallas, Tex,,-marked their golden wedding anniversary last evening at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Edgar Hoefert, 2211 Mills avenue. They had come "back to Alton for their 50th anniversary celebration because it would be here that the relatives of both the Pauls would be most easily accessible. ...; Both of ; them have more'rela- tives in Alton and vicinity than : any place e}se and both of them have retained in this vicinity a very great number of friends even though they have been gone : for most of the period of their married life,. The Hoefert home was crowd, ed during the evening by the friends who responded to the newspaper invitation for all their friands to call and see them, the only form of invitation the golden couple issued. Among those who came from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. Luhno of San Francisco. The Luhnos were neighbors of the Pauls in Dallas. Now they reside in San Francisco where they moved when Mr. Luhno was made president and general manager of a large manufacturing corporation with widespread distribution of plants. They came here to help their old friends celebrate and will leave tomorrow to go to Dallas for a visit. Others here were Mrs. Louise Head and Miss Helen Sherwood, sisters of Mrs, Paul, of Webster Groves, Mo, With them were Mr. and Mrs. William Urban and Mrs. E. P. Owen, also of Webster Groves. Sherwood Paul of Pallas, a son of Mr. and Mrs, George Paul and wife with their own son, were present also. Mr, Paul gave as one of the contributing reasons for the choice of Alton as the scene of their golden wedding was that it would be possible here to have the services of the same reporter to write the newspaper report about the golden wedding, the pne who had served as the reporter of the marriage ceremony f>0 years before. The reporter wrote both the an; npunceroent of the impending ; anniversary celebration and also the account of the celebration. Of 11 children originally in ' the Sherwood family, all the are fleajj and there are Of ftoee pwj4i8 of Mrs. Jtoro- i thy Qredine will appear in * &BJ«r&y eyeing, Ti» »•«.«* to MISS LINK Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Link of Bethalto are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruby Link, to Charles Scott, " son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scott, of Highland Park, Mich. The wedding will take place July 6. Miss Link attended Civic Memorial High School, Bethalfo. Mr. Scott is employed by the Ratio Tool & Dye Company, located near Highland Park. Miss Isringtmusen Honored at Shower Miss Imogene Isringhausen of Jerseyville, who will be 'a June bride, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Miss Cuma Lee Frost and Miss Dona Frost Monday evening at the home of their mother, Mrs. Curtis Frost in Jerseyville. Miss Isringhausen's marriage to George Gillmore of Chicago will take place June 22 at the First Methodist Church, Jerseyville. Pinochle and canasta were played and prizes were received by Mrs. Robert Gledhill, Miss Roberta Steinman, Miss Winifred Close, Miss Mabel Vance and Mrs. Emil Isringhausen. Gifts were arranged around a ruffled, shower umbrella on the piano in the living room. A special gift frofn the faculty o fthe Jersey Community High School of which Miss Isringhausen is a member, was presented to the prospective bride by Miss Vance. Guests at the party were Mrs. Eugene Allen, Mrs. Verna Woodman, Mrs. Robert Gledhill, Miss Nellie Brown, Mrs. Emil Isringhausen, Miss Winifred Close, Mrs. Robert Erwin, Mrs. Howard Groppel, Mrs. Paul Vegna, Mrs. George Havens, Miss Dorothy Bandy, Miss Roberta*Stein- m'an, Mrs. Alvin Petitt, Miss Mabel Vance, Mrs. Louis Helder, Mrs. Jack Leak, and Mrs. Wilson Schultz, ttulf Park College Reunion la St. Louis. Former students at Gulf Park College, Gulf port, Miss., will have a reunion at the Sheraton Hotel, St. Louis, Saturday afternoon. Dr. Richard G. Cm, president emeritus of Gulf Park College, and Mrs. Cox will be guests of honor and will give information on recent developments at the college, Party for Minn EhftfliM Miss fiernlce Thomas, aft x- ray technician at' Alton Memorial Hospital, whs ^111 be married Saturday, June* 14* to Earl Valllno of Maryvllje; was guest of honor at a picip supper Tuesday evening, given by co-workers at the hospital. The supper was served on the hospital picnic-grounds and during the evening Miss Thomas was presented with kltclienvvare for her new home. Sixteen hospital employes Including graduate nurses were in attendance. Invitations for the wedding have been issued by Miss Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Thomas of Maryville. The wedding will take place Saturday afternoon, June 14, at 2 o'clock in Mother of Perpetual Help Church, Maryville. A reception Will be held in the evening at the American Legion Hall, Maryville. PfiLBORAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNK 4. »j* Miss Barbara Olin, ft itudent at smith College, Southampton, Mass. . Mr. and Mrs. Olin'* Son, Truman, student at Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla., and youngest daughter, Judy, who attends John Burroughs school, St. Louis, will also arrive home Saturday for vacation. Archie J. KodWa, former Alton High School football star, and of football Hawaii in Mrs- Mrs. Kodros have n . ua j, Personal JVotcs Mrs. Luther M. MtCoy and *ummef months, ' adult di i'f Bf WC ROOM Committee With MM. Knight .. House' committee of the Alton Business & Professional Women's Club will meet Thursday evening with Mrs. George R, Knight, chairman, at her home, 408A West Fourth street. MISS COPPAGE Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Sandra Gayle Coppage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coppage, 324 North drive, East Alton, to Thomas Gerald Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Alexander, 3653 Berkeley avenue. Miss Coppage is a junior at Eact Alton-Wood River High School, and is employed by the J. B. Newberry Company. Mr. Alexander, graduate of Alton High School, is employed by the Tri-City Grocery Company at the Milton road store. Miss Marilyn Sheppurd Honored at Parties Miss Marilyn Sheppard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. < Sheppard, 1106 Washington avenue, who will be married to John R. Gilbert jr., on June 7, recently visited in .Cham, paigh-Urbana, and while there she was honored at pre-nuptial parties. The first event was' a tea given by Miss Sheppard'S aunts, the Misses Gertrude, Agnes and Frances Trost, at their home, 511 West High street, Urbana. Spring flowers adorned the tea table with yellow the predominate color. Among guests at the tea was Mrs. Joseph L. •Crumrine of Glen Ellyn, the former Miss Patricia Sheppard, sister of the guest of honor. Miss Nancy Holmes, Pi Beta Phi sorority sister of the bride- elect entertained with : a dinner at the Champaign County Country Club and guests were mairtly members of Miss Sheppard's sorority pledge class. Following the dinner guests went to the home of Miss Holmes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Holmes, 714 South Elm boulevard, where miscellaneous bridal gifts were presented to Miss Sheppard. Miss Sheppard and Mr. Gilbert will be married at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon in College Avenue Presbyterian Church. The wedding will be followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard, MB8. CLAOTON Miss 'Billie Freeman, daughter of Mrs. Mina Freeman, and the late Jack Freeman, of 1129 Long avenue, and Gene F. Clayton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clayton of' 2726 Viewland avenue were married Tuesday, May 27, at Paragould, Ark. Judge Harvey Farrell performed the ceremony, and Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood were 'attendants. Mrs. Clayton is a former Alton High School student. Mr. Clayton was a member of* the 1950 Alton High School graduating class and served two years with the Marines. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton are employed by Owens-Illinois Glass Company, and reside at 616 Atwood averiue. Miss Betty Dams to Wed In Maplewood, Mo. Miss Betty G. Dams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Dams, 2755 Grandview avenue, has selected June 14 as the date of her marriage to Edgar A. Helmich jr., of Maplewood, Mo. The wedding will take place !n the Maplewood Methodist Church, Maplewood, Mo., at 8 o'clock in the evening. Miss Dams, graduate of Richmond Heights-Maplewood High School, has selected a former- classmate, Miss Elizabeth (Libby) Eldridge of Webster Groves as her sole attendant. Ronald Fisher of Maplewood will be best man, and Carl Riley and Otto Piffel of Maplewood will be ushers. MISS WILSON Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson of 522 Lincoln avenue, East Alton, are announcing. tl>j» engagement and approaching marriage of their youngest daughter, Betty Jean, to Kenneth Shefman. The couple plan to be married in August. Mr, SHerman is a &n of the Rev/ and Mrs. A- I- Sherman, J14 Cooper street, East Alton. He Is an employe of the Laclede Steel Company, and is 8 graduate of East Alton-Wood fUver High School. Miss Wilson will graduate Thursday night from, the East Alton-Wood River High School. MISS MANNS Mr. and Mrs. John Manns of Bethalto are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Mary Alice, to Leslie Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Cooper of Moro. Miss Manns graduated from Civic Memorial High School, Bethalto, with the class of 1951, and is employed in the office of, the ,Edvvardsville Creamery. Mr. Cooper graduated from Edwardsville High School, and before entering service in September, 1950, was employed by Owens-Illinois Glass Company. He is serving with the United States Army, and is stationed in Korea. Mr. Cooper expects to return home in August. The couple plan a late summer wedding. Cpl. Bryant, Bride Visiting In Wood ttlver Cpl. and Mrs. James H. Bryant, who were married May 21 in Yuma, Ariz., are visiting with Cpl. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bryant, 120 Manning avenue, Wood River. The bride is the former Miss Anna May Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wright of 236 West Fourteenth street, San Pedro, Calif. Mrs. Wright attended the couple's wedding. For her marriage the bride wore a pink taffeta ballerina length frock with an overskirt of net. The bodice with a Peter Pan collar was closed with tiny pearl buttons and she wore matching earrings. Her corsage was a white orchid, and her acessories were navy. Cpl. Bryant is on a 30-day leave at the termination of which he will report to Camp Stoneman, Calif., for overseas duty. He has been stationed at Fort MacArthur, San Pedro. He attended East Alton-Wood River High School before he entered the U. S. Air Force on June 6, 1950. After entering service he received his diploma through the local high school by taking the armed forces examinations, Mrs. Bryant attended San Pe« dro High School. She plans to remain in Wood River with Mr, and Mrs. Bryant until late sum* mer. Mrs. Olln Attending Clans Reunion Mrs. Spencer Truman Olin of Fairmount was graduated 25 years ago from Barnard College, New York, and is attending social events marking the silver anniversary of her class on the college campus. When she returns home Saturday Mrs. Olin will be accom? panied by her second daughter, MISS MOHAN Miss Mary Patricia Moran of 407 East Twelfth street will be graduated from Villa Duchesne, Conway and Spoede roads, St. Louis county, Thursday evening,. June 5. Commencement exercises will take place at 7 and will be followed by Benediction at 8 o'clock. The program will be held in an amphitheater. Miss Moran, whose sisters, the Misses Isabel Ann and Margie Moran, also graduated from the Villa, attended Old Cathedral school before becoming a Duchesne pupil seven years ago. .She is the youngest daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moran. Beta Sigma Fho Sorority Plans Summer Events Theta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority had the last meeting of the season last night at the home of Miss Rosemary Alderson in East Alton. Plans were made for a party in July and an outing in August. Mrs. Merle Bassett Honored at Party Mrs. Homer O. Burk and Mrs. Orval Burk entertained with a party Tuesday evening at Mrs. Homer O. Burk's home, 20 East Jennings avenue, Wood River, honoring.their sister-in-law, Mrs. Merle Bassett* Games were played during the early part of the evening and those receiving prizes were Mrs. Lester Lasbury, Mrs. Ray Luken, and Mrs. Arnold Pfafflin. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Bassett and after they had been opened and admired by the guests, refreshments were served by the hostesses on individual trays, each dec&rated with party favors. Guests in addition to' those receiving prizes were Mrs. Ben Burk, Mrs. Darrell Finley, Mrs. Harold Hay, Mrs. Alyene Akers, Mrs. Elma Frankfort, Mrs. Minnie Volz, Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mrs. Robert Borman, Mrs. Bill Rogers, Mrs. Harold Hudson, and Mrs. Thomas Turpin. Washington Teachers Guests of Honor Mrs. George A. McKinney, - 807 Grove street, gave a dinner last evening, and had as guests teachers of Washington school. The party appointments were in pink and white, and the favor- place cards were painted by Miss Suzanne E. McKinney, a daughter of the hostess, and bore pictures representing teachers, After dinner the guests, including Miss Philomene Marum, principal, Mrs. Adah March, Mrs. Norville E. Lathrom, Mrs. Emelia Monroe, Mrs. Oley O. Adams, Miss Mabel Vogel and Miss Enola Shearer, enjoyed games and other diversions. Monticello Board With Mrs. Lamm Board of the Alton Monticello Alumnae Association met Tuesday night with Mrs. E. H. Lamm, 2614 Hillcrest avenue. Plans were discussed for a fasjj; ion show which the Association will sponsor in September. • it . ^_jJ|.dill HVkvl ^Utvttt t£fw4wSfl nftlffl IlUOll LUIIYCIIIIVIJ VL t.nw • j^liitetilMilft announced the birth of a so«, Sob* Apiary to^ the ™^ ™ MttcM ert Steven. The baby, their third g£2*. £ S end in Sftrin^ Dr. W. W. Stlfler, professor of chlldrMs born May 14, in Queens ^7 Ml $,P ft ^f ^^cJmftleted hef civics, Amherst College, Amherit, Hospital, MawaH. Their other dffl. JJJ; Mrs. McCoy compietea ner civc g ^ terday fOT A mhewt dren an Rodney, S, and Marljo, 3. term «••««« °* Ba " 1 .*"' f eeo,mt. after being in Alton for commence- Mr. Kodros, wfo will be assistant f.^ se "/l r ^ k %f U 0 ^2i Sent exercises at Shurtlett Col; coach at the University e! Iowa, ton of her work by the orgamza ^ sufler ^ graduated | Iowa City, beginning ttext fall, will «on. Shurtlett College 50 yean arrive In Alton, accdttip.wied by Fred Mark Amberg, son of Mr. Md ms week fece j v<id ftB his family, in a few weeks to visit and Mrs. Fred M, Amberg,1100 » d of ddotor of 8c i. his mother, Mrs. Irene Kodros, Central avenue, received his Bach- "^ fr £ m h(g fllma mattf> Whlle 2326 Edwards street, and other elor of Science degree in commerce _ Stlf ] er was the guest of relatives. from St. Louis University Tuesday brother . ln .i aw and sister, Mr. . morning. Exercises were held in an(J Mrs Roy A B j a | r) 3103 Lev Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mitchell of Kiel Auditorium, and Amberg's erett avcnuei 1210 Rodemeyer avenue, are par- parents; sister, Miss Janice Am- . Bagley 8on of Mr . ents of a son. The baby, weighing berg, and grandmother, Mrs. Hen- ••• ^ Bagley, 721 Royal eight pounds, was born at 4:26 ry £nyder . attended. street hag arrlved at Fort Morn p. m., Wednesday in Alton Me- Louis Hoover has been a mem- ' mm ^ t N. j. t where he will attend mortal Hospital. her of the new student council at O f flccrs can didate school. Forme* • Southern Illinois University, Car- j s t a tioned at Fort Knox In Ken- A daughter, weighing seven bondale. tuc ]{y p v t. Bagley spent a 14-day pounds, was born at 1:01 a. m. to- Mlss j^ Gj tt ] en) daughter of i eave with his parents before leav- day in Alton Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs wi n iam Gittlen of ing f or Fort Monmouth. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, 631 Langdon street wt n arr i ve Mr and Mrs . Edgar Harrison Of 3709 Franor street. home Tnursday evening from Ohio Bluff street have been called to „ ,„'i^T" i T> u * tate University where she has okmulgee, Okla.,,by the death of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boswell complctcd her junlor year . M iss ^Harrison's father, Fay Welnv 501 Dry street East Alton, are Gjttlen , s g randpar ents, Mr. and er> announcing the birth or their rtrs j^ rg ^ ^ou^ G 0 i den o f Dayton, O., j^ r and *Mrs. Joseph W. Schulx ™^f \nWuS'Wvee TovvnThlp wil1 accom P anv h f r ^ . Alton to of 938 Pearl street attended com- Mai at Tl 40 am Tuesday ftttend the ^duation Friday eve- mcnccment exer cises of St. Am- Hospital at ii.w a. m. luesaay. ^ rf their other granddaughtc r, broso CollegCi DaV eniprt, la., Sun- A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. gg"« Gitflen at Alton High day, June 1. their Son Norbert ttinhard Muserave o£ 3710 Aber- Scnool> Schulz, being a member of th« HPPH flvpnue at 2-57 P m Tues- M'S S Joan Potter, daughter of graduating class. Mr. and -Mrs. dav in Wood'River'Tow'nshi'p Hos- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter, 112 Schu l z were accompanied to Dav- day in wooa Kiver lovvnsmp Southard street, South Roxana, e nport by Mrs. Schulz's father, pna ^ will arrive home Thursday after Vincent Wardein, and sister, Miss AT* =«^ Mr= Rnvmnnd Fisher of completing examinations at the Johanna Wardein, 931 Pearl street. on^^V ?1S rofd East Alon an- University of Illinois. Miss Pot- Norber t Schulz became a student «,U8 at. ujuis nwu, ^ ^ daug hter ier ,< a senior, will receive her at st. Ambrose after serving two at Wood River Township Hospital de S. ree during commencement ex- and one . h alf years in the army, at 7'29 a m Tuesday. erases., June 15. Mr _ and Mrs . E. E. Campbell . Don Scheiter received a degree O f st Louis, formerly of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrimph in accounting from the school of are spending a month In Bristol, of 97 First street, East Alton, commerce and finance, St. Louis y a _ and on j une 3 observed the have chose* the name of James University, during commencement fifty-fifth anniversary of their mar- Michael for a son, their fif-st child, exercises held in Kiel Auditorium r i a ' ge . The baby was born at 11:40 a. m. Tuesday. Attending the gradua- Supervisor Louis E. Walter, who Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital, tion were Mr. Scheiter's parents, was nome f rom the hospital and weighing five pounds and eight Mr. and Mrs. E. Scheiter, 3422 it was f ound necessary to rehos- ounces. Mrs. Schrimph was be- California avenue, his grandfath- p it a ]j ze j s showing satisfactory im- fore her marriage, Miss Virginia er, William Bruenger of Mount prov ement in St. Joseph's Hos- Carstens, daughter of 'Frank Car- Olive, and Miss Nancy Howard. pita | and ;t j s hoped he may be stens of Wood River, and the late Mr. Scheiter is a member of Delta a ^Ie to return to his home the Mrs. Carstens. Sigma Pi social fraternity. ]ast of this week. Mrs. Walter . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eldwin sa jd that he was "doing fine" and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Campbell Marshall and children, Judy, 7, j s very eager to get back into his of 302 East Thirteenth street are and jimmy, 4, of Wilton Junction, O vvn home. parents of a son, born at 1:36 i a-i j,ave returned to their home Second Lieut. Paul Edwin Shorp. m., Tuesday in St. Joseph's a ft er spending the Memorial Day t a i j r .. stationed at Moody Air Hospital by Caesarian section. The W eek-end with Mr. Marshall's Force Base, Valdosla, Ga.. and baby is their first child. Mrs. mother, Mrs. Ralph E. Marshall, Mrs. Shortal are visiting relatives. Campbell, the former Miss June JJQS Mam street, and with the Lieut, and Mrs. Shortal were mar- Fleming, is a daughter of Mr. Henesey family on Evergreen r i ed May 17, and Mrs, Shortal is and Mrs. Robert Fleming of Alton. ave nue. the former Miss , Beverly Ann , •— -TT .. . ,.,, James M. Shortal, student at Furgason. A daughter, their first child, gt John , s SeminarV| Little Rock, Roy Burris, 2701 North street, was born at 10:42 p. m., Tuesday k h arr j ved home for the remains seriously ill at his home, in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. •and Mrs. Dean Watts of 1409 Fletcher street. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bonafede of 37 West Penning avenue, Wood River, of the birth of an eight pound and 11 ounce .daughter. The baby was born at 12:40 a. m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital. Traveling President First U. S. president to set foot on foreign soil while in office was Theodore Roosevelt, who visited Panama in November, 1906, and spent several days inspecting construction of the Panama Canal. BEST SEU IN MIDWEST CR1CAGO (A* reported by Leading Bookshoprt Fiction — "The Saracen Blade," •Mittee." "The Gown of Glory," "The Cruel Sea." "Hold Back the Night," "The Swimming Pool." "Cousin Rachel Nonfiction—"The Power of Faith," "The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover,' "A Man Called Peter," "USA Confidential," "Through Charley'* Door," "Mr. President." INDIANAPOLIS Fiction—"The Gown of Glory," "Hold Back the Night,"."The Saracen Blade," "Moses," "My Cousin Bachel." "The Cruel Sea," "Mittee." Nonfiction - "Through Charley'! Door," "A Man Called Peter," "U S A Confidential," "The Forreital Dlari««, "Crime in America," "Mr. Preddent. "Adventure in Two Worlds." FEOmiA Fiction—"The Cruel Sea," "The Sar; acen Blade," "Hold Back the Night, "The End of the Affair," "The C«ln« Mutiny," "The Swimming Pool," "My Cousin Rachel." Nonfiction—'The Power ol *"•£•>•" "US A Confidential." "Through Char ley's Door," "A Man called P«t«r, "Crime in America," "Mr. President, "Adventure In Two Worlds. ALTON (As Reported by Mather's) Fiction—"My Cousin Bachel," "The Saracen Blade." "The Swimming Pool.' "Mittee," "The Cruel Se«," "The Gown of Glory," "Hold Back the Night." Nonfiction—"The Power ol *•''"• "Show Biz,". "Adventure ta Two Worlds," "V Man Called Poter/' "through Charley's Door, 1 "Crime In America," "U S A Confidential," "The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover." «07 PIASA STRICT TAKE AJ-ONG A CLEAN WARDROBE You'll pack a suitcase of clothes "just 'ike new" when your ward' rob* is cleaned by lust-Rite. Our expert staff and modern facilities guarantee even your oldest garments a sparkling fresh appearance. JUST-RITE CLEANERS Stay Bright with Just-Rite 601 W. 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