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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1956. 5c Per Copy Section % Pages 11-18 Member of The Associated Press HOMECOMING PLANNERS—Members of Greenfield High School Student Cabinet form the committee which is arranging Greenfield High School Homecoming events which will start Wednesday. Cabinet officers, front row, from left, are Dave Erthal, reporter; Ramona Houlett, secretary; Bob Brown, president; Marilyn Williams, vice-president; Betsy Land, treasurer. Members in back row, from left, are Konnie Meneley, Chariot Range, Rose Ellen Maupin, ShAry Sousley, Daisy Finney, Brenda Shields and Richard Hutchinson.—Staff Photo. Climax To Be Reached Friday Student Cabinet Making Arrangements For Homecoming at Greenfield High GREENFIELD— While the an-1 p. m. Friday and the school nual homecoming at Greenfield HiRh School will rcnch its crescendo Friday, vvilh a parade, eve- cheerleaders, the 45-piece school band, an assortment of floats will he in the line of mnrch. Don Hamilton is band director. Boning football game nnd quoen! tweon 12 and 15 floats are ex coronation, the student cabinet, pocte<l in the parade and prizes which is making arrangements ., v j]| be awarded for the best, for the event, hps announced the j Fo j] ow j ng u, e g p . m . Rood- official start of the three-day | housc grid garn(?i ( ]ie homccom celebration for \Vednesda> ing dance will start at 10:30 p.m. On Wednesday, shortly after a t the school gym. The corona- noon, the queen will be selected at a student assembly, Bob Brown, president of the cabinet, has announced. Robert Eberle, principal, alone will know the result of the election prior to the coronation at 11 p. m. Friday. A foreign student from MacMurray College, Jacksonville, will speak at the same assembly. Thursday at 8 p. m. a "pep" rally is scheduled for the school football field. Greenfield will lion of the homecoming queen will be at 11 p. m. durng the dance. Lou Hahn's Orchestra from Springfield will play for the dance. Candidates for homecoming queen are: Sherry Sousley. Judith • Burkholder, Linda Lee and Jacqueline Middleton. Lt. Gen. Merrill B. Twining, brother of U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Nathan F. Twin- meet Roodhouse on the local j ing, is now Commandant of Mafield at 8 p. m. Friday. j rine Corps Schools at Quantico, A parade is scheduled for 2iVa. Carrollton Billy Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer William of this city underwent surgery Saturday in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Williams is a student in the local grade school. Mrs. Ethel Belote, county home adviser. Mrs. Gloyd Hoesman and Mrs. Cleatus Reynolds went to Jacksonville Monday where they attended the annual meeting of the Morgan-Scott Home Bureau. Mrs. T. Ford and children and Mrs. Doll Duncan of Greenfield and the letter's sister, Mrs. E. S. Suttle of Jonesville, Va. were guests Saturday of Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. Suttle's sister, Mrs. E. U. Shannon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Siebermann. Mrs. Suttle arrived by plane Saturday for a visit with relatives. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Perma •lift's exciting new bare-back bra HOOKS IN FRONT No more twurting, taming, straining to fasten those exasperating back book*. Your new *Tenna«lift"* Long-Lin* Bra hook* in front, quick M a wink—and tfae sly, shy little books are so dainty they can't show, even through sheerest dresses. Fits so daringly low in back, lor all efak, bare-back faahjons. Th« •ttdosrve cria»-eroM design keep* your bra securely and Mmgiy in place always, £« oomiortably Otud today. In lovely dacron with subtly padded contour cups to give you a full, natural bustline. Only 8-95 10 Month* to Pa.r with VOlil'F'S .\«>w Huvulviiiij I'barife I'lnu Will lie In Our Store Wednesday to Assist You )n Selecting Your Proper Style and Fit. QUEEN CANDIDATES—Candidates for queen at Carrollton High School, one of whom will be crowned in coronation ceremonies at the school at 11 p. m. Friday. In photo, from left, are Janet Koster, Pat Young, Karen Jones, Jeanie Dotson and Kay Koster.—Staff Photo. Annual Event Greenfield Church Societies Schedule Party for Friday Carrolltoii GREENFIELD — Members of the Missionary and Crescent Societies of the Presbyterian Church will meet together for their annual Salamagundi party Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Bermes, Mrs. 0. J. Bott, Mrs. Maude Wylder and Miss Mary Larkin will be hostesses at the home of Mrs. Bermes. The program will include a response from each member telling in rhyme how each earned a dollar for "Sally". Mrs. S. W. Thornton will be devotional and lesson study leader, Mrs. Bott, Mrs. Lee M. Burns, Mrs. Harley Gustine, Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. Richard Dalton, Mrs. C. B. K. Argall, and Mrs. Irwin Scandrett will represent the local church at a district meeting of the Presbyterial in Jerseyville Wednesday. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Bauer have returned home after a vacation trip to the Ozarks. Mrs. Loretta Doyel is spending a week with her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doyel, in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Airman and Mrs. Allen Spencer and infant son of Windsor, Mo. are visiting Spencer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bott of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Linder and children and Miss Anna M. Bott, of East St. Louis were guests of Mrs. 0. J. Bott and Kenyon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stout spent several days last week with Mrs. Stout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holmes, in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sanson in Carlinville Sun day and attended a family reunion and basket dinner at Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. George Coates, wlio are employed in Godfrey, I spent from Thursday until Sunday at their home here. Mrs. J. T. Linder has gone to Springfield for a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. J. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Artie Maggart and Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON—Weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Whitcman were Mrs. Whiteman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. McVey of Hill City, Kan. and her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Sclvroeder and family of Colby, Kan. Mrs. Leslie Stauter and family and Miss June Stevens of Assumption were guests this weekend of Mrs. Stauter'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Scott. Mrs. Irl Rhoads of Medora was a weekend guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrum of Vandalia were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Siebermann and also visited their aunt, Mrs. Hattie Yingling, a patient in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mr, and Mrs. W. Jung returned home Sunday from a week's vacation spent in the Ozarks where they attended a festival at Eureka Springs, Ark. Mrs. Jung was on vacation from her work in the of fice of County Treasurer Floyd Kimbro. Mrs. Eileen Turner and daughter, Adrie, were weekend guests of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gill, in East Alton. Miss Kirn Reese and Miss Jeanne Reese of Taylorville are spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Scandrett and daughters of Wood River were guests Sunday of Mrs. Scandrett's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. anc Mrs. Charles Daum. Mr. and Mrs. T. Kerrihard ol Highland Park were guests Friday and Saturday of their son Thomas Kerrihard, a member of the faculty of the Carrollton Community Unit High School. Other members of the high school faculty son of South Carolina are spending two weeks vacation with Mrs Maggart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Middleton, in Rockbridge. I Threatened Ike; He Gets Suspended Term ST. LOUIS JP — A suspended two-year prison sentence has been imposed on 57-year-old Paul H. Flachmeier of St. Louis, who pleaded guilty to sending a threatening letter to President Eisenhower. Klachmeier was put on probation Monday by Federal Judge Roy W. Harper. He said he sent the letter and signed another man's name to embarrass the other man, not because he had any animosity toward the President. IOOF Family Night Oct. 24 At Carrollton CARROLLTON—Miss Nila Ford will show pictures of her European trip Thursday evening at the "Family Night" mcc-ting of the members of the I.O.O.F. and Rebekah Lodges. The program will be in I.O.O.F. hnll. Presented Gift CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. James Graves who were 7-ecent- ly married were presented a wed ding gift at a potluck supper given by a group of friends Sunday eve ning at their home. In the group were Mayor and Mrs. fvan Beebe, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Logan, Mr. and Mrs. F'roman Holtswarth, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Alfeld. George McDonough, Mrs. Mabel Ridings. Mrs. Norma Greaves and Mrs. Ethel Flamm. Divorce Granted CARROLLTON — A decree for a divorce on a statutory charge was granted Friday by Circuit Judge Clem Smith in the case of Edna Hansberger vs Donald Hansberger. Six Marriage Licenses CARROLLTON — Six marriage licenses were granted over the weekend in the office of Dwight Coonrod county clerk. They were: Clarence Donald Fox of Roodhouse and Miss Sharon Jouett of While Hall on Oct. 19; Norman Bowman of Greenfield and Miss Donna McCauley of Chesterfield, Oct. 19; Gerald Wollenweber, Carrollton and Miss Barbara Jouett, Roodhouse, Oct. 19; Charles Franklin Henson, Batchtown, and Miss Mary Lucille Hardwick, Eldred, Oct. 20; Russell Douglas. Jerseyville and Mrs. Dorothy Woodson, Jerseyville, Oct. 20; and Emil Dawdy, Carrollton and Miss Glendora Davey of Riverton, Oct. 20. Fractnrw Hip In Full CARROLLTON — Mrs. Florence Postlewaite of thts city underwent surgery Saturday for a hip fracture as the result of a fall from a bed in Boyd Memorial Hospital which she suffered Thursday. Mrs. Postlewaite had been a patient in the hospital for a few days prior to her fall. In Osaka, Japan a train was 40 minutes late. Approximately 1.000 enraged commuters mobbed the stationmaster and compelled him to write 1,000 individual letters explaining to their employers why they were late to work. 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