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t>AGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1956 Society,,, COMMUNITY SRHVICE LEAODE ENTERTAINS Lockhaven Country ^"'"h dining room was tho wttlns for n fall Innrhnon eivrr liv nirm- bcrs of Die Allon Community Servic-P Lrnpur In ai-qiiaint their RiieMs with thr itirns and purpose of 1lir organi/ation Mrs. Nor! Hamilton WHS prn- rral chairman of ihr rvrnt ond tables were rircorntrci with fait foliage and flcwrrs The Hnl- lovvprn nioiif was used on the place cards and Inlleys. Mrs. F. Kdu nirt Todri was in charge of tl'o decorated name Mrs. Cl.vdr Borman. prcsi- ont. welcomed puest? and spoke briefly abmil plans of the organization. Bridpe prices vvnre awarded to Mrs. K. T. Schiermier, Mrs. Clyde C. Campbell- Mrs. W. .lame? Miruirup. Mrs. Robert .lourdnin, Mrs. Wilbur F. Stevens. Mrs. 1.,. D. Yager and Mrs. George Hint. — *.PI BETA PHI AU'MNAK TO ORCiANIZK CLUB A meeting to discuss plans for orgfinizalion of an Alton Area Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Cluh was held last oveniiiK in the home of Mrs. Donald McLain, 700 State St. 3t was decided to elect officers at a meeting Nov. 1'9 in the home of Mr?. William J. Eengel, 5 Monterey PI. Eleven women representing nine schools were in attendance. From Alton, in addition to: Mrs. McLain and Mrs. Bengel, were Mrs. Willis M. Baldridge, Mrs. H. Robert Campbell, Mrs. C. \V. Emons, Mrs. George C. Hine. Mrs. James D. McCloskey and Mrs. Keith Zfmmerman. Mrs. Wayne Bresee Cox, Mrs. Dan Erickson and Mrs. Norman Wells attended from Edwards villc. Refreshments were served following the meeting. _ + _ RYBURNS TO MARK 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ryburn, 145 Center St.. Rosewood Heights, will observe their silver wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday afternoon, Oct. 28 from 2-4 o'clock. The celebration is being planned by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Elliott. No formal invitations are being mailed and f7-iends and relatives are invited to attend. _ + _ Mrs. Edwards Honored By 8 Ball Club Mrs. Otto Edwards was honored with a birthday handkerchief shower Wednesday when members of the 8 Ball Cluh met at the home of Mrs. Giles Reeder, 2611 Yager St., lor a covered dish luncheon and games. Prizes went to Mrs. William Roberts, Mrs. Robert Pelot and Mrs. George Eichorn, at whose home the club will meet Wednesday. Oct. 31, for a noon potluck dinner. _ + _ MOTHERS-TEACHERS' BANQUET AT "V" Some 60 persons were served last evening at the Lincoln School Mothers' Teachers' Banquet last evening at the Young Women's Christian Association. Mrs. Harold Ledingham, president of the Mothers' dub welcomed guests and gave a short talk. After dinner bunco •was played. Mrs. Kenneth Hopkins was chairman of the affair, assisted by Mrs. Stewart Willis, Mrs. Paul Black and Mrs. Walter Kaus. Mrs. E. Z. Pars and Mrs. F. A. Brewer served as K welcoming commiUee. __ $..._ Mrs. Gnorgn C'nmbs Feted at Shower Mrs. George Combs, a September bride was guest of honor recently at a post-nuptial shower given in the: social rooms of Curdle Heights Baptist Church. Hostesses were Mrs, Ernest Trvin, Mrs. Homer Osborn and Mrs. Carl Ilenson. Bells hung over the gift table which was arranged with a bridal party of dolls. Games were played aitor which refreshments were served. [Mother's Helper kf H.iM» * PMf A GOOD main dish for » boy'i mpper part) it meat loaf— younftten like It, if* eiufj to make and economical, The bpyi trill be delighted If jou mold the loaf into the •hap* of » football, with •trip* of pimento acrot* the. lop to look like teeinc*. Add to the iporU motif with cutout »Rfl colored pennant- limped pliK* card* stuck into rum *rop». C UML 4>*W I MR. AND MRS. MILO KNOX Plio! n Shop> Miss Ruth Goodrich, daughter of Mr. auti Mrs. Freamon Goodric.'h of Cottage Hills, and Donald Kno.x, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Knox of Griggsville, were married Saturday afternoon in the Assembly of God parsonage. Cottage Hills, by the Rev. Maurice Burgund. Attendants for the coupln were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Goodrich of Granite City, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. A reception was held in the bride's parental home after the ceremony for friends and relatives. After a honeymoon in the Owirks the couple will reside in Decatur. Bride-Elect MISS BETTY ANN KOON whose engagement to John L. Baker of Carrollton was announced in Thursday's Telegraph. Mrs. Kdsall Honored By Birthday Club Mrs. Gary Kdsall was guest of honor at a party given by The Birthday Club in the home of Mrs. Al Buckner, 120 Tyde- nian St., Roxana. Prizes for games were awarded to Mrs. Russell Ealey, Mrs. Kdsall, Mrs. Ellsworth Bailey and Mrs. Robert Phillips. Refreshments were served by the hostess. November Bride-Elect Kclfd in IJetlwlto • Miss Shirley Oetken, fiancee of Lt. Dwayne Bruns was guest of honor at a bridal shower last evening in the social room of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Bethalto. Hostesses were Mrs. Jess L^hnen, Mrs. Eugene Miller and Mrs. James Ricci. Some 32 guests presented (lie Iwnoree with gifts of a miscellaneous natuie which were arriinged on a table centered by an umbrella. Red and white wiis used in ilic parly motif. (jfimes were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Don Miller, Mrs. Webb CHIT, Mrs. Kenneth Meisenheimer and Mrs. Al Bruns. Miss Oetken and Lt. Brun.". who is stationed at llanna Air force Base, Hanna City, III., will be married Nov. 18 in Bethalto Presbyterian Church. Little MoohR Teenager* Meet La.st Kvening Plans were made for a hay- ride in the near future when mi mbers of Little Moose Teenage Club met in the Moose Hall, Broadway and Washington avenue. They wii' stu^e a dunce Saturday evening in the hall. (iLOitiA HAND \VKUS JUMOIt DAVKS TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Allrcd A. Hand ol 116 South Tenth St., Wood River, are announcing the mar- nage ol their daughter, Miss Cloria Ann Hand, to Junior Ray Oaves, in ,a private ceremony to be held In the Cherry Street Baptist manse, this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The Rev W. Freeman Privet t will read the ceremony, after which the newlyvveds will receive their friends at the Hand home. Mr. Daves i>. tfv sun of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oaves of Ed- wardsviile. The bridegroom served lour years in the t'niled States Nuvy, and is employed by Olin Malhieson Chemical Corp. Miss Hand is employed by Steppe Beauty Salon iip Wilshire Village, i MISS CUNNINGHAM Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham of Medora are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Reta, to Robert Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavonne Brown of Gillespie. The bride-elect is a 1952 graduate of Medora High School and is employed by Owens-Illinois. Her fiance is a 1953 graduate of Gillespie High School and served two years in the armed forces. He is now employed by Staunton Excavating & Supply Co. The couple is planning a December wedding. ^ ILLIXT CLUB BOARD MEETS LAST MCiHT Board of Directors of Greater Alton Tllini Club has scheduled Js'ov. 27 as the date of the annual fall meeting of the club, in West Junior High Library. The board met in the. home of Robert L. Harlow, 2404 Alby St., last evening. Program lor the November meeting and the meeting to be held in February was discussed. Announcements of the programs will he made at a later date. Mr. Harlow, president of the club will name a nominating committee to present a slate of officers to the -full membership at the November meeting. . All alumni of the University of Illinois are welcome at meetings. __> Party Fetes Baby's First Birthday Ellen Louise Lamar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lamar, 427 Whitelaw Ave., East Alton, celebrated her first birthday Wednesday and the occasion was marked with a buf- ff't supper party in the home of her parents. Some 23 relatives were in attendance and films were shown of past birthday celebrations of other members of the family. Kllnn lionise received gifts, one of which was a birthday candle from a cousin in Germany. The candle is made to burn for 21 years, three hours on each birthday. __»._ Slork Slii)H-er Honors Mrs. Robert Kynders Mrs. Maurice Burger was hosiess Thursday evening in the Oni'/.ed Clubrooms to a stork shower honoring Mrs. Robert Rynders. Party motif was pink and blue and a cradle decorated the gift table. Guests were co-workers of Mrs. Rynders at Ovens-Illinois. Game prizes' were won by 'the Misses Nancy \Vcinrich, Darlene Staufler, Betty Pocock, Mrs. Barbara Elledge, Mrs. Georgia Blakcly, and Mrs. Eddie Dean. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Dean. _.*_ Cousins' Cluh Honors Members' Blrtlula.vit The birthdays of Mrs. Rod Derricott and Mrs. Robert Elliott were celebrated al a luncheon meeting of the Cousins' Cluh Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Dale Neudecker, 2450 Mills St. The lion- orces were recipients ot gilts, Prizes for cards went to Mrs, Elliott, Mrs. Npudockivr and Mrs. Beverly Kuhn, who was a guegt. • Date Book * Siiiidii.v, Oct. 2J TMTARtAN' FIRESIDE DISCUSSION. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Weaver. Frontr-nac place, Godfrey. Topic "Predestination versus Free Will." t'RSI'MXE CONVENT AUXILIARY quarterly meeting, 2 p. m.. in the convent. /ETA PSI CHAPTER, Kola Sigma Phi Sorority, prefer- ontial rush tea. 2-4 p. m., Mrs. Fred Zipprich. Tngharn Lane, Godfrey. BOY SCOUT TROOP in of St. Patrick's Church, chicken €11111101-. school basement, noon-3 p. m. PHI CHAPTER, Zeta Beta Psi Sorority, 1:30 p. m., Miss Missy Ferguson, 624 Forest Dr. Mnndu.v. Oct. 22 ST, ANTHONY'S AUXILIARY public card parly and luncheon, 12:30 p. m., hospital solarium. ALTON WHO'S NEW CLUB, YWCA, 12:45 p. m. luncheon bridge. ' AAUW, Mi-Kinley School. 7:4"i p. m. ALTON CIVIC ORCHESTRA, first concert, West. Junior High School. AMERICAN LEGION POST 204 and Wood River Barracks 521, .ioint meeting at legion hall in Wood River. tVOOD RIVER KOUPLES KLUB, Halloween party, Round House in Wood River. MADISON COUNTY PRACTICAL NURSES' Registry, 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Lawrence Fox, 2615 Ida St. 1MONT1CELLO COLLEGE ALUMNI Association. 8 p. m., at the college. ALTON ASSEMBLY RAINBOW for Girls, 7:30 p. m., Franklin Masonic Temple. KUPPLES KLUB. YWCA. 8 p. m. ALTON LITTLE THEATRE meeting, S p. m. Rock Spring Recreation Center, Anyone interested welcome. Tiii'sdny. Oct. •::! TUESDAY BIRTHDAY CLUB. Mrs. Sadie Scheff, 1217 E.- 7th St., 7:30 p. m. CHRISTMAS CARD TEA, First Unitarian Church, Anna D. Sparks Alliance, 10-4 p. m. and 6-9 p. m. MARK TWAIN PTA, 7:30 p. m., in school gym. 55KTA XI CHAPTER, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. 7:30 p. m. f Mrs. Kenneth Greer, 2524 Alfaretta St. NU PHI MU CHAPTER. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Charles Plunk, 620 State St. MADISON COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CHILDREN, Onized Club Gym, 7:30 p. m.. guest speakers. ALTON CITIZENS FOR COUNCIL-MANAGER meeting, 8 p. m. Alton High Auditorium SIGMA DELTA GAMMA Sub Debs. Miss Pal Leonard, 429 Bluff St.. Members 7 p. m.. pledges 7:30 p. m. UPPER ALTON WOMAN'S CLUB, 2:30 p. m.. Mrs. W. J. S. Combs, Annex St. COMMUNITY CHEST KICK OFF coffee. YWCA, 10 a. m. BUSINESS GIRLS' dinner, YWCA, 6:15 p. m. Wednesday, Oct. 24 LAMBDA ALPHA XI Senior Chapter. Beta Gamma Upsilon Sorority, rush party, Mrs. LaVerne Bregenzer, 1223 State St. FRIENDSHIP MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON, 12:30 p. m., YWCA. EAGLES AUXILIARY Mask Party, FOE Hall. WOOD BOX AUXILIARY card party, 1 p. m., dessert luncheon, Onized Clubrooms. STS. PETER AND PAUL CYC. 7:30 p. m.. church rectory. STS. PETER AND PAUL'S PARENTS' CLUB, spaghetti supper, 5-7 p. m., Parish Hall. CLASSIC MOVIE SERIES CANCELLED. YWCA. YOUNG DEMOCRATS' CLUB, 7 p. m., Electricians Hall. APOLLOS SHRINE M, White Shrine of Jerusalem, 7:30 p. m.. Masonic Temple on State St., honor Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hack. YWCA MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON, YWCA, 12:30 p. m., nursery service. GODFREY YWCA GROUP, tour of Western Military Academy, meet 9:30 a. m. at main gate of academy. Thursday, Oct. 25 SOROPTOMJST CLUB, noon, Mineral Springs Hotel, program meeting. CHRISTMAS CARD TEA, First Unitarian Church, Anna D. Sparks Alliance, 10-4 p. m. ZONTA CLUB, 6.30 p. m., YWCA, guest night. British Consul J. T. Duff, guest speaker. XI GAMMA MU CHAPTER, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mrs. Don Lorenz, Alton-Jerseyville road, 8 p. m. cultural program. RECENT GRADUATES STUDY GROUP, AAUW, 8 p. m. Mrs. John Thomas, 2148 Brown St. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, I-Iillcrest House, 8 p. m., "The Revenue Amendment, Pro and Con." LADIES DAY OUT, YWCA, 10 a. m., nursery service. LADIES DAY OUT LUNCHEON, YWCA, noon-1 p. m., reservations required. INDUSTRIAL GIRLS' dinner, YWCA, 6 p. m. FLAMINGO CLUB, Halloween party, YWCA, S p. m. Friday, Oct. 2(1 DEMOLAY-RAINBOW Friday Night Dance, Franklin Masonic Temple, 8-11:30 p. m. ALTON WOMAN'S COUNCIL. YWCA. 2 p. m., speaker Dr. Ueorge Vernon of Madison County Sanatorium. Saturday, Oct. 27 PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB, YWCA, 7:30 p. m., Halloween party. Area Women to Attend Breakfast Saturday Women of the area who are members of the Council of Clubs of East St. Louis and Vicinity, will attend a breakfast sponsored by th? council at the Shiloh Methodist Church, F.ast St. Louis, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Those who will attend from this area are: Mrs. Lorraine Williams and Mrs. James T. Killion Sr. F president and secretary respectively of Federated Unity Club; Mrs. Amos Logan, past president of the Unity dub; Mrs. William Carmen, Mrs. Carl Logan, Mrs. Ida Novell, Mrs. Irene McFarlan, Mrs. Margaret Williams, president of the Merry Hart Club; and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson, president of Salem Aid Society. ._«-_ Thursday Evening Bridge Club With Mrs. Shortul Mrs. Paul E. Shortal. Fairmount Addition, was hostess last evening to the Thursday Evening Bridge Club. Pri/.e winners were Miss Amelia B. Ringemann, Mrs. L. Mildred Brown and Miss Alice C. Ringemann. Mrs. William II. Graham, 3298 Hawthorne St.. will entertain the club on Nov. 1. ...*.... Oth (irade Y-Tcenti Bake Sale* Set Ninth Grade Y-Teens will Gremlin Goofs Up Lockhaven Date That Lockhaven Country Club opening definitely will be on Tuesday, Nov. 20, if' the desk gremlins and type lice don't louse this up any further. Mrs. Rose Armhruster, club public relations chairman, told the Telegraph late one afternoon .several days ago that: No. 1—The opening was postponed from Nov. 6 because of the election day conflict. No. 2—It was being reset for Nov. 20. Somehow, though, the Nov. 20 became Nov. 22 by the time the paper got off the press Wednesday night. Now, anyone \who has eyes can see, Nov. 22 is listed on the calendar as Thanksgiving Day this year. So, by accident, the dinner had been postponed from election day to a holiday. As they say on the news desk: One error almost always leads to another. Error No. 1 was setting the event for election day. Who made the second error still is a moot point. conduct a bake sale Saturday in Young's basement starting at 10 o'clock in the morning. The> will serve lunch in addition to bakery goods. Proceeds will go into their club treasury. MR. AND MRS. DONALD LEE McBKIDE who were married Saturday afternoon in Hardin. The bride is the former Deanna VVinkler. The account of their wedding appeared in Monday's Telegraph. MR. AND MRS. LOUIS REXING are residing at 237 W. Elm St. after their marriage Tuesday in SL Mary'i Church. The bride is the former Miss Nadine Gren. iRobert J. Young Phota.l rMorUnnd Photo) Alton Presbytcrial Schedules 5 District Meets in October Miss Mary Turrentinc. new area secretary of the board of foreign missions of the. Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A., will be guest speaker at all five district meetings of Alton Pres- byterial, scheduled for this month. Theme of the meetings will be "Christ's Way Every Day." The first meeting to be held Tuesday, for the eastern district will be held al Litchfiekl, where representatives from the churches at Butler, Donnellson, Greenville, Hillsboro, Litchfiekl, Nokomis, Raymond, Reno, Staunton, Sorento, Witt, Waveland and Coffeen will attend. Reservations are to be sent to Mrs. James E. Driskell. 917 North Chestnut St., Litchfield, by Friday. Oct. 20. Northern district representatives will be al Jerscyville. Oct. 24, and will be from Brighton, Carlinville, Carrollton, Greenfield, Hardin. Kampsville. Jerseyville, Virden and While Hall. Those planning to attend will take a sack lunch. At Chester, Oct. 25, the southern district will convene. Luncheon reservations at SI will be made with Mrs. Charles Koehler, 625 State St., Chester, by Oct. 22. Members from the following churches will attend this meeting: Baldwin. Belleville, Chester, East St. Louis, (First, Second and Westminster^ Kh- enezer, L e b a n o n. Rockwood, Steeleville, and Sparta. The central district meeting, Oct. 2fi, will be al. Collinsvillo to which those attending will bring sack lunches. Central churches include Elm .Street, First, Twelfth, and College Avenue in Alton; Collinsville, Edwardsville, Granite City, Madison, Madison Memorial, Mitchell, Mora, Nameoki, Wood River and Troy. For those unable to attend the day sessions, a meeting at the First Presbyterian Church, East St. Louis, has been arranged for Oct. 26, with dinner served at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. E. II. Sannaman of 3115 State St., East St. Louis, will accept reservations, at SI, for this meeting, until Oct. 22. Mrs. Everett Butler of Alton, Presbytcrial president, will conduct the business sessions. Hostesses will be presidents of various PWO, who are Mrs. Cyril Smith, Collinsville; Miss Ada Kenner, Jerseyville; Mrs. James Dieskell, Litchfield, Mrs. Joe Fox, Chester, and Mrs. William Aitken, East St. Louis First. Bits About Many babies love the outdoors so much they raise an awful fuss at going-in time. It may help to mention what's going to be indoors: Daddy, or juice and a cookie or going to see a friend. Baby doesn't care much about your having to cook, however. MISS TURRENTINE Halloween Is Speedimistress Meeting Theme Hallowe'en was the general theme and "Hallowe'en Pranks, Then and Now," was the table topic at the regular meeting of the Spoechmistress Club at Messiah Lutheran Church Wednesday night. Mrs. R. .7. O'Connor led Hie discussion on the table topic, (hiring which it was pointed nui that HIP old fashioned prankster is fast disappearing from the Hallowe'en scene. Formerly there were no treats, only tricks, the members declared, but now a definite system is being employed. When a Hallowe'ener sees a lighted porchlight, he enters and is treated, eliminating the need for pranks. Mrs. Irving Rozalsky, program chairman, read "The Raven," by Edgar Allen Poe, and Mrs. Clarence McNeish prespnted a history of Hallowe'en, from its beginning as part of HIP autumn festivals of early times to the present day. Mrs. James Phillips was awarded the Halo (or her "Tale of Intrigue," rated the best performance of the evening. Mrs. Eugene Davis was mistress of ceremonies for the program. On the panel of evaluators was Mrs. Clarence Cola, chairman, Mrs. Edward Groshong and Mrs. Eugene Eggiman. Mrs. A. L. Kitzmiller was general evaluator, Mrs. Eggiman grammarian, and Mrs. O'Connor tinier. Mrs. Earl Gifford presented the parliamentarian report, and Mrs. Groshong gave the invocation. Mrs. Stephen Meszaros presided.at the business meeting, during which it was announced the next meeting will be held Personal Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sparks left for Phoenix, An'/.., today, concluding a week's visit with Mr. Spark's sister. Mrs. P. B. Coiisley. They will complete their tour which is to extend to Bolton, Mass., their former home. Mr. and Mrs. Sparks renewed many old friendships left from the years they marie their home in Alton. Charles Plummer. 74, of Hnr- din. was reported making gradual progress toward recovery at Rivet-view Nursing Home where he has boon a patient for a month. Prior to entering the nursing home he had been a patient for six weeks in Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Bailey of 452 Bluff St., returned Thursday evening from a two-week vacation trip that took them to visit relatives in \Vintergardon, Fla. C1 lurches The Women's Organization of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church will have their annual retreat al the church on Tuesday. A dinner will he served at 6 o'clock. Following HIP dinner, a service uill be held in the sanctuary. Talks will be given by Mrs. John Keith, Mrs. Robert Saunders and Mrs. Thomas Krepel Jr. EFA Class of Upper Alton Baptist Church will have a hay- ride at the O'Dfll farm, one mile north of Piasa. Salunlr.y evening al 7 o'cir.ik. In the abscnt-p of HIP pastor, Rev. W. Freeman Privnt. the pulpit of Cherry Stroet Baptist Church will be occupied next Sunday morning by the Rev. John H. Beard, pastor of First Baptist Church, Lake Jackson, Tex. The Rev. Mr. Privett will attend the annual meeting of Illinois Baptist State Convention meeting with the First Baptist Church of Joliet. He will re- Fred O. Ellis To Be Honored By Allon OES Nov. 7. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Hugh Burnhn.ni, Mrs. Joseph Dooring, Mrs. Edgar Kelly and Mrs. Hugh Horslmann. FRED 0. ELLIS Fred 0. EllrS, who has just r^- tinnort from a meeting of the grand council of Kentucky, where ho was installed grand master, will be honored by Allon Chapter. Order of Eastern Star, at a banquet and reception. Saturday evening at the Masonic Temple on Slate street. He is the most illustrious grandmaster of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the state of Illinois. His election to the office of grandmas- tpr took place in Peoria, Oct. 13. after three terms as pasi- master of Allon Council No. .1. Reservations for the banquet, which will IIP served by Ahon Chapter No. 775, OKS. are to he made with J. E. Ferrer or Everett ,1. Watson. turn Sunday afternoon and conduct the evening service. At the first service at 8:15 o'clock Sunday morning at the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church the chancel choir comprised of boys and girls from 9 to 14 years will sing the anthem, "For the Beauty of the Earth." Mrs. Dewain Nevint is the director and Mrs. Thomas Hencsey is the organist. Argentina will buy 200 diegel locomotives. f MAX STEINPEL, Conductor Present-Martha Deatherage Robert Oldham —Soprano —J'lunbt WEST JUNIOR HI SCHOOL Monday, Oct. 22 8:1$ P.M. A< " nU " (J ° tBu a7 0 ., A< 'op"' Accurate o.\ voin 1ST FOR IMIOI liSSIOXAI. IIU.tl.TII to HK»ure iMWurntvvt Ample stuck* '.»*»•• mil UK lo <>oni|iouu<l nil Mi'PMttriiillun* |iroui|i(l.v. And .. t our |»rle«>n are unl- furmly dtlr, llrluit (liu( u«>M pr«t>vrlp< Hun ST AMI'S PIIUKK it-IUill FOH FHF.B OlvMVF.HV Campbell's IMiarinaey (aero** from Miicoln-Moutflu* Squ»r«) fiene Fahaentavki ll.Pll. L» Humor < umpbell, «.I'H. Last Chance TO BUY YOUR FROM ANNA D. 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