MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1936 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGBi Club Women of Arm Guests l Eldred PTA To Al jersey Woman's Meet ing \ Hear Olin Stead JKRSEYVILLE— There were, ITiO present nt a general meeting! of the JerseyviHe Woman's Club i Thursday evening in the Holy i Ghost Parish Hnll. including! guests from clubs at Carrolllon,! Kane and Grafton and from .Icr- j scyvillo Junior Woman's Club. ' Mrs. Louis N. Hcider, presi- denl, was in charge of the session and the opening prayer was given by Mrs. Everett Kdwords followed by the Pledge of Allegiance by the assembly. ! Mrs. Heider announced Ihnf Mrs. Fred Wafts had been ap-j pointed to represent the club at ' a civil defense meeting. '•• Mrs. Ted Ringhmisen, program ' chairman, introduced Miss Helen i Corkin, vocal music Instructor at j the Jersey Community High j School, who presented the a ca- pella choir of 40 voices, nnd the group gave three selecticins, Bells of Notre Dame. The Story of the Creation and The HaUlr-i Hymn of the Republic. Hunker Spoukt Russell M. Warner, .toixeyvilip lumluT. who Is contact chairman lor the Illinois Blinkers' Association, was present ntttl explained the new Illinois Bmikint' Art which will he voted on nl the (ienpral Klertiuti Nov. lj A dim "The Law of the Land' \va< ' shown. Mr*. Theodore S. Chapman, honorary president of the (>n- r*ral Federation of Wonir-n's (.'tubs, was Riiost speak'-t It was announced (hat the Hub women of the 20th Disfiici will, attend fl mental hcHhh clinic Ht the State Hospital at .!,irU-onville do Nov. 8, wh.'ii new medicines n-ved for reiiej i,t cicnijd comli- lii>ll<; nil! tie ili-<l|vM.|| A ftiiii-. I H o mintll' 1 plii;:iMMl '.Mil lie |)\i> vnlrd by the pdiients ol 'he U^- pital. I.DI al '.voim'n |jlanmri!.; In attend sliould hi- st i,'i" Pr"*bv- frinn (lunch in .!<>r»ey\ ille |>\ 12:.TO p. m. Thr week of Nov.-?, ha« licfii: assigned to !!)»> Jrrvpyvillc Worn-' *n't Club to donate rookies for thr> Marqurtte Boy* Home. Announcement was made of the Education Department tncetitii; o'i Nov. 1? at $ p. m. in Oiency Hall, which is open u> t!)e public: and of the ne.\t (ii'm-r.'il Club meoting st S p in. No\- 15 at Chapman Hall It will iv "Gur.-t night." Regional Workshop Executive board members and chairmen of the departments will N. E. MARY Upholstering, Slip Covers Or«D»rlM OVEB 33 VtARS l« A1.ION _WB M.BY *n . Ph J laci attfiid thr- regional workshop conference at Deratur. Oct. 2fi. Hostesses were: Mrs. A. FI. Sr-blot/hmier. chnirmnn. Mrs. Paul Austin, Mrs. .tohn (', Hlnomer..Tr.. Mrs. Leslie Doimlv rrty, Mrs .lack Hormell, Mrs. (1. O. Morgan. Mrs. Frank Fill- person. Mrs. Thomas Martin. Mrs. Carl K. Thatehrr: Mrs. U. A. \Vnlson, Mrs. Frank Woniirow. Mix. .lof Brork, Mrs. Itnsh \V. Cross. Airs. Floyd Ctivr-, Mrs. K. M. Modlord. Mrs. Rfi t Feyer- nbend. Mrs. .lames .!. \Valsh. Miss Allies Milzel. Mr*. R. D. Kthvards, Mrs. William Morgan. Miss Marti Twvle, Mrs. \Vayne V. Williams, Mrs. O. C-i. Shane. Mrs. 7,igman A. Thomas and Mrs. .1. K. Hollnday. Anniversary Dinner .JKRSEYVILLK — Mr and Mrs. P, ,1. Palmnbo and son, Phillip Allen, have returned to their home in Chicago following a visit with the former's parent-", Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen. They cfline to IIP present at .1 family dinner given in relfbriition of tlio 2Mh wed- tliliL' annivfiarv of Mr. and Mrs. Allen uhiili lh"V inmk'M Oct. li ;iinl iiviMined lor ;t few v.-eokv VIVH at tlie Allen home. l'i IDI tn Itiv niHiriHL'f Mrs. AH^n \VH< Mi v s Afln .lotifv of .l<-rsey\ ill". Tried and True Clits* .1KKSKYVILLV: -- Twenty wir In Hltendan<'e at the meet- ini; of Ihe Tried and True Sun- dsy SHiool ('lass of the First Bapti-.t chmvh hold Friday rncni!)'.; nt Ihr liom* 1 of the Mix-c 1 .- !• \ a itirl l-.iljili (jMinci 1 - Mi 1 -. !• . A I'.i-i-i-.ci '.'.«> in • hrtiL:!' of tl)'' fn s (i^riiin (((^I'li 1 . 1 -. mi; HIP topi, ".ludai-rn." -Thr ijifiiin liclii a >oi lal hour following 'lie program and did sr>wiup lor llie lu/aar to he held in l>f- \\rckend (iiif>M .1 KRS K V V I LLK — Mr*, diaries Ku-ak and daughters, ,• of Brr«-\ii. ot Mis. Ku-'iik's patents, .M;. «tid ,Mi^ 1>d Aii-i'll Si-. Marriage License .1 rCKSK VVILLK-A nidrriagp li(i»n>v wax issued Saturday to Robert Hunt and Marie Mungle, Horn* of Fin* \amf» In Quality • J nr fir f F^I-DPJCD — The Parrnt-Teacher Assoeiation will meet at the school at "i.lO p.m. today. The sixth grade will furnish the entertainment and a film will IIP shown. Olin Stead of Carrolltnn. superintendent of school* will sponk. The Kldre.d school will enter a final in the homecoming parade af Carrolllmi Friday afternoon. Kldniil Nod'i KI.IJHK1.) — Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hand of r.ranite City visited from Thursday until Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Klinr-r Cooiirod, and called on relatives at Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hendriek- son and daughter. Alicio, of Granite City spent the weekend at their Ironie here. TB Tax Vote'Festival Set both of Ontarioville. They wore married that afternoon by the Rev. Arthur Kaul. pastor of the ! Hopr Lutheran Church in Jer- Men ( nndiirl Srn'lren : .IKHSKYV1LLF. - Tlie tnovning mMA'if" of Ilir Vleihodlsl diurcii : Sunday U-.MS fciiidncled by the inrn : of Ihr ec-ingregalion in ohsprvMire ; : "f "Layman S'in'l.i;, " Tiie p;is|i,r. '< thr Rfv. Karl \V Dickey, s.tn; in !ii" i>!n ; r I W'iegand. Alvin II. Pctitl. Dale I Daugherty and Howard White. : Russell Foilps gave the prayer and the. Scripture losson was given by Henry Price. The choir was an all-male group .?nd a vocal solo was presented by R'>.\ W. (iiistafson. An instrumen-1 t'il solo w.is given by Rudolph An-j d./rvin. ui-,o was i.:--,inisl for the moi'riin;; s>-rviO''. MIIIIIC IIIIIH ( (invention .IKRSKYVILLK — Mrs. Melvin i Wicsand of .If rseyville and Mrfi. j F.dwurd \Velier of Kane returned j Saturday trom Joliet, where they ; have b?en since Thursday attend: ing the American Baptist State 1 Convention. Mrs. Wiegand represented the-Fidelity Baptist Church and Mrs. Woller the Kane Baptist Church. Aiimmiire Birth .JKRSEYVILLL - Mr. and Mrs. Kuaene Sohrie.bcr oi Jer, seyvillp are the parents of a son | j born Oct. 20 at. Ihe Jersey Com- Up Nov. 6 In Macoupin CARLINVILLE — Continuation of tuberculosis tax laws which provide free care nnd treatment for Macoupin county residents suffering from tuberculosis, will be re-voted on Nov. 6. These laws which have been in existence in Macoupin county for the past 15 years expire this yflnr. Without Ihese laws, county residents are unprotected against tuberculosis. Since tuberculosis is ;i lung costly disease. IH5 per cent of its victims cannot afford to pay for proper treatment without the assistance of this law. With financial assistance, tuberculosis patients can go to a sanatorium where they will receive .treatment that will aid them in recovering. Sanatorium care provides the proper isolation which is necessary for this highly communicable disease. It protects the patient's family, friends, and the. community by ('•arliing putietiN proper rare to nvnid sprf'Mtling c^rms. Meensed In Wrd r'ARLINVILLK A inarms license was issued in the county clerk's office to Phillip Warren Slightom, 20. and Sue Irene Apponyi, 17, both of Brighton. Approximately 40 per cent of U.S. public and private secondary schools now offer automobile driver instruction to student. munity Hospital. The baby is I the sixth child of the couple j and he weighed eight pounds! and II 1 - ounces. j .(erseyvllle \otcs : .IKRSKVV1LLE — Mrs. Merrill \ Becker of Dwycr. Indiana, spent j the weekend here with her father. Eugene Everetts. Her husband is recuperating from surgery to, which he submitted recently. j Mrs. Lyman Robinson of Henry, j 111., is spending die week with herj son-in-law and daughter, .Mr. and | and Mrs- Paul Erb. • • HumlKon Chin> llpiirv I,. It E It 4, i: R — Jptrrlfr — • «.-.:i i-:. GETTING UP NIGHTS MAKES MANY FEEL OLD BEFORE THEIR TIME There ti nothing tbtt can mtlca jrou fee) older and mort deprmtd thin losing • Itep «Dd worrying about "BUdder VTeatnew" (Getting Up KlghU or Bed Wetting, too frequent, burning and Itch- Ing urination) or Strong, Cloudy Orine, due to cDir.mon Kidney or Bladder Irrtta- tion&, which vcmclimeK result la Backache, miserable referred, iecor.ri&ry anh*5, p»ir;$. htadacht and r.ervcufnefi. In inch ta:.-e* New Irr.provtc CYST EX us'jaily give* cuSclt. ror.acrfui soothing :clief by conibaunit Rtrtns in s.c;c ur;:.e. and by analytic paio r?i:<! Over * tii- I;OD CYSTEX Ubjets use« provr ztttif for young and old G%t CYSTES frcm <*.r!;irfifii toflay. Mcnei-back s^araDte* For Oct. 30 At Carlinville CARLINV1LLE - The Halloween parade and festival, sponsored by the Carlinville Rotary Club, will be at the city park Tuesday, Oct. 30. This year the parade will form at 7 p. m. at the high school ani proceed to the city park, where the program will be given. The theme for this year's parade will be American history and float entrants are to be judged on the excellence of their floats in regard to this theme. Prizes are to be given for private individuals dressed in Halloween costume. Bo'h youths and adults may par- j tlcipate. I Rev. Kieser To Speak Oct. 28 At Carrollton CARPOM/rON' -.- Kov. Roller! S. Kiesi'f. a blind minister from Springfield, will spf.'ak at ft church family nieht program Sunday Oct. 28. following a potluck supper at 6:30 p. m. in the dining room ol the Methodist church. The Rev, Kieser will be accompanied by his Seeing Eye dog, Jill. With the aid of this dog, the Rev. Kieser carries on his duties as minister of the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Springfield. The supper and program are sponsored by the Good Neighbors Class, of which Tom Maberry is president.. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Albert Geers left Saturday by plane for Miami Shores, Fla., where she will spend the winter with her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. William Malloy. Mrs. Geers was accompanied to the airport by her srm and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Geers. Mr. and Mrs. W. i_. Carpunky ot this city and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Adams of Jerseyville returned home Friday from Paris, 111., where they had been guests since Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. George Collenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Geers entertained a group of friends at their home Saturday evening. Hafdin Man, 74, Doing All Work on New Residence HARDIN — Harry Herron, 74. is building another house on his property in West Hardin, refusing to admit that he is "getting old" Herron has done all tho work on the three-room and bath home, which will soon be finished. This will be the third house hr has built since reaching the age of 70. The first was a large house which he erected for Mrs. Herron and himself. In 1933 he built a five-room house which he later sold lo Jlr. and Mrs. Norman Tucker. Fn between (imps, lie works in his woodworking shop I and takes care of his saw filing | business. ! Hardin Notes j HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vanzandt of San Francisco, Calif- visited her brother, the Rev. Lyle D. Stone and Mrs. Stone, at KampsviUe last week. They left Kampsville on their way to Dayton a Beach, Fla.. but will EO by way of Columbus, 0.. to visit a sister. | Mr. and Mrs. William Prangr and children spent the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs August Prange and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aderton. They attended tiir Surgeon-Aderton wedding at Ihc Presbyterian C h u r <: h Saturday evening. Francis Seeman has returned from a St. Louis Hospital but will go back for further treatment and i observation this week. ' Call Macoupin Jury for Nov* 13 CARLINVILLK — A petit jury has been called to report for duty in Mncoupin County Court at 10 a. m. Tuesday, Nov. 13. The panel includes: Melvin Dams, Chesterfield: Melvin E. Brown. Greenfield: Herminp Kloss, Ml. Olive: Ada V. Allen. Virden; Fred W. Wcnscli- olf. Mt. Olive: Glen Co.x, Sawyer ville; Curl R. Rullmnn. Bunker Hill; Ollie E. Hackney, Plainview; Elizabeth Zada Hunt, R. R. 1, Palmyra; John Wallace, Sawyerville: Angeline H. Haller, Mt. Olive; Maude Rankin, Gillespie; John Barnish, Gillespie; Virginia Rose St. Cin, Brighton; Hiram Graham, Virden; Adele Hays Girard; Arthur T. Wilton, Me- dora; Florence M. Gilworth, Medora; Charles Gwilt, Virden; Carl Hartnott, Gillespie; John Bunch. Gillespie; Grace L. Enslow, Atwater; Mary Ann Pomatto, Wilsonville. Walter Schmidt. Brighton; Pearl Bristow. Girard; Florence Lambert, Hettick; June M. Co.v. Palmyra; Doris A. Burch, Palmyra; Galen J. Gibbs. Modesto; Ralph E. Haycraff, Brighton; H. L. Burkhardt, Staunton; J. W. Overbeay. Staunton; Emma Schwnnder, Staunfon; Rose Winifred Bray, Staunton; George R. Hammann, Cnrlinville: Gerald J. ' Hosto, Mt. Olive; John Robert Klimut, Carlinville; Helen H. : Neighbors. Carlinville: Clara Vielnveg, Mt. Olive; Alberta L. i Nixon, Carlinville. Draft Tail CARLINVILLE -- Macoupin County Selective Service Board has received a call for eight to j report for induction and 11 for i physical examination on Nov. 27. ' The chairman of the local board reminds students that ap- >lication blanks for the Nov. 15 elective service college quail- ication tests must be norfmark- d not later than midnight Tues- ay, Oct. 30. Average depth of the ocean elow sea level is 12,450 feet. LOOK HERE! NORTH ALTON HERE WE COME! Speaker To Listener LARAMIE, Wyo. ff - A former speaker of the Wyoming house of representatives and unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for two years ago is a college boy again. Stale Sen. Frank Mockler of Dubois has turned over his large cattle ranch to his son and has enrolled at the University of Wyoming law school. MILLERS' MUTUAL has a NEW FAMILY AUTO POLICY! Designed to give you more protection for less money. Find out about this broad policy. Call - - Home Office Alton, HI. Phono 3-55.n MILLERS' MUTUAL Of IUINOIS _5fo<. (877* In the new Lincoln Tunnel tube now being constructed under the Hudson River between New York City and New Jersej. it will be po£s.il)le lo change the air every one-and-a-half minutes. WHAT IS THE COUNCIL-MANAGER PLAN? You are invited to hear Dr. Paul Krueger of Ferguson, Mo., explain the plan on Tuesday, October 23rd, at 8:00 P.M. at the Alton High School Auditorum. Bring your friends and relatives. ALTON LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS Smart career girls know the importance of choosing attractive eyewear. Gone are the days when glasses were merely something to see with. Nowadays they are something to be seen in ... and they're from Ostertag, of course! Give yourself the comfort of good vision with glasses from Ostertag — precision ground to your prescription, plus fashion-wise frames to enhance your appearance. You get a better pair of glasses for less from Ostertog — serving the people of this community for more than 26 years with the finest quality and lowest prices. OSTERTAG 606 EAST BROADWAY ELFGEN BLDG., ALTON, ILL. if you ve got a minute we've got the money!. .'. 'o start a $300 savings account for you! The Wedge Bank Pay 'N Save plan is the easiest way in the world to save. Just check the following features and you'll see why: $100, $300, $500 or more deposited m a savings account for you. Absolutely no down payment. Starts building interest from the very first day of your deposit. Life insurance protection at once for the full amount of your deposit at no extra charge. If anything should happen fo you, your family would receive the entire deposit amount. HERE'S HOW PAY 7 N SAVE WORKS FOR YOU: You sef up a tavfngt goal of $300 for a year, Affer making 12 monthly payment* of $26.60, your total savings comes to $316.20* *Thit amount does not include the savings interest we pay you twice a year by check. Announcing 2% INTEREST on savings accounts/ Come in today ... Start your Savings Program now ... With Our Money! Alton Banking &Tru$t Co. "TMF u/rnnv a&uun ^^ *.«.«*.,*••» • •> . A Copyright 1850 Alton Banking & Trust Co. "THE WSOOl iANH" MtMeCR f.O.IC. Growing with Alton for 54 year*. All deposits insured up to $10,000 o3vings Godl 100 200 300 . 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 • 2000 2500 Pay'N Save plans available up to 5000.00 One Year (1^ mos ) 8.87 17,74 26.60 35.47 44.33 53.20 62.06 70.93 79.79 88.66 177.32 221.65 •lotal In Pay'N Save 106.44 212.88 319.20 425.64 531.96 638.40 744.72 851.16 957.48 1063.92 2127.84 2659.80 Two Years (24 mos.) *— 9.36 14.04 18.72 23.40 28.07 32.75 37.43 42.11 46.79 93.58 116.93 * •Total In Three Years Pay'N Save __ 224.64 336.96 449.28 561.60 S73.68 786.00 898.32 1010.64 1122.96 2245.92 2807.52 Plus interest (36 mos.) _ — 9.85 13.13 16.42 19.70 22.98 26.26 29.55 32.83 65.66 82.08 •Total In Pay'N Save _ _ 354.60 472.68 591.12 709.20 827.28 945.36 1063.80 1181.88 2363.76 2954.88 check mailed to you Four Years (48 mos.) __ __ _ 10.46 13.07 15.70 18.31 20.92 23.53 26.15 52.30 65.38 •Total In Pay'N Save __ _ __ 502.08 627.36 753.60 878.88 1004.16 1129.44 1255.20 2510.40 3138.24 Five Yeats (60 mos.) ^^ «-. —*. — 11.00 13.20 15.39 17.58 19.78 22.00 43.97 54.96 'Total In Pay'N Savi — «. _ _ — 660.00 792.00 923.40 1054.80 1186.80 1320,00 2638.20 3297.60 semi-annually.
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