Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 27, 1956 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27,195ft Wood River Has 26,864 132,653 Voters On County List Nixott Rips Sen. Morse In Oregon Such As 'Rope Tnctf Warns Police Won't Tolerate Danerous Halloween Stunts EDWARDSVtLLE - Voter re- ( gistrations for thr Nov. 6 pcn- ernl election stands- at an all- time record high of". County Clerk Eulalia Hotz announced Friday. i The figure represents an increase of 6.294 since the primary election in April this year, and; Is 9.630 higher than the perman-, ent voter registration total at the j November election two years i ago. Miss Hotz said. j Figures she released today al-1 so provided a comparison to show the 132.633 current total of registered voters is 11.694 stove the 120 the November Bv JOK HAM, Institutions Found In EnWARDSVILLE-The Murii|son County Grand Jury reported at the conclusion of its two-wee* session which ended Friday afternoon that three county instiUi- .. . , . ,„ ., , lions which it inspected were in the November election in IH.iJ.; ' " . , , .• u . .1 ' generally good condition. The total registration before the:* • * April, 1956. primary was 126.359. j T >'P group, according to its re- Before thc November elections P° rt - visited the county home, of the past two years ihe number I J ail sr >d tuberculosis sanitorium of registrations was 120,959 in i Oct. 23, and found those places 1952 and 123.023 in 1954. j to be in generally good order. Voter registrations before the! In its report, the grand jury \\OOD RIVER — The generally accepted theory that a minor degree of mild saboiage may be inflicted with immunity diir- WITH NIXON IN CALIFORNIA - lttf thc Halloween season is he- .T-Vice President Nixon flies into irlg siretchcd i "-ifle far in she, his home state of California today | S |,ape o f a weighed rope trick after a gloves-off attack of Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore) in a brief invasion of the Pacific northwest. Nixon, making his third campaign visit to California, is speaking for two Republican congressional candidates trying to unseat Democrats in the San Joaquin tired several times in Wood River, Police Chief Coulre said today. The weighted rope trick was i _, _, . . _ _., , ., , , ... , Tuc Rev. Armin C. Oldscn, for- Lutheran Reformation Rally Sunday , ., , , ... , descnbed as the stretching of a rope across the street after i either end has been tied to a | brick or a chunk of concrete. Valley and Sen. Thomas Kuchel } The two weights on the ends Nov. 6 election closed Oct. 8. Following are thc totals of registered voters by townships in the county in advance of the Nov. 6 general election: Alton, 20.661; Wood River, 26,864; highest figure for any township in the county; Granite Ci- tp, 23,540: Collinsvllle, 11.003; Edwrdsville, 10.533; Venice. 11 021; Godfrey, 4,735; Chouteau, 2,778; Foster. 1,140; Moro, 676: Ft, Russell, 2,030: Nameoki, 4,722; Helvetia, 3.087; Omphghent, 1.215; Hamel, 696; Lcef, 246; Pin Oak, 494; Jarvis, 1,695; Saline, 1,232; Olive, 1,386; Alhambra, 708; Marine. 791; St. Jacob, 859; New Douglas, 441. , MondayClub Sets Dinner For Nov. 5 recommended that the sanatorium needs new fire extinguishers of a larger capacity than those at the Institution now; that there is need of additional storage cabinets in the jail: and that fireproof filing and storage equipment for the storage of X-ray film in the sanatorium is needed. Commenting on the continuation of the sanatorium tax which voters will rule upon in the Nov. 6 general election, the grand jury wished it to be understood by the people that the ballot provides for the continuation of the present and existing sanatorium tax and does not provide for a tax in addition to the amount presently levied. j iR-Cilif) who is seeking re-election against the opposition of Democrat State Sen. Richard Rich- arris. Nixon plugged hard for GOP Senate and House candidates in speeches Friday in Montana, Washington and Oregon, but he reserved his heaviest, fire for Morse. Morse, once a Republican, is opposed by former Secretary of the Interior Douglas McKay. Speaking Friday night at Medford, Ore., the Vice President said any supporter of President Eisenhower who also backed Morse would be "casting two votes which are diametrically opposed." Voters, EDWARDSVILLE. — Invitations have been extended by the Edwardsville Monday Club to local civic and fraternal organizations for the traffic safety dinner meeting Nov. 5, 6:30 p.m., at Trinity Lutheran School. Mrs. Neil Robson will be the public relations speaker. Safety Sgt. Schwertifiger of State Police District 11, will show films of the local police force and will discuss safety problems in Edwardsville. An accordian selection will be played by Joe Hlvasa and a vocal duet will be sung by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ochs. Reservations are to be made with Miss Esther Shupack no | later than Nov. 2, Entertain At Edwardsville Club EDWARDSVILLE. — Mrs. Wendell Wohlford and Mrs. Frank Hamlin were hostesses Wednesday at a 11 o'clock brunch and card party at Edwardsville Gun Club. High scores held in bridge were Mrs. William Volma, Mrs. Richard Stolze, Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Mrs. Calvin Peck, Mrs. Elmer Ohl, Mrs. Don Costa, Mrs. George Handlonz, Mrs. James Oesterle and Mrs. Martin Lange. Bronze and yellow chrysanthemums decorated the buffet table. County Seat Patients At Highland Hospital : EDWARDSVILLE. - Seven Edwardsville area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and four patients were dismissed Thursday. Admitted were Miss Mary Reese of 909 Holyoak Ave., Fred Heindrich of 627 N. Kansas St., Mrs. Emma Speckman of 211 McKinley Ave., Robert Eremite of 229 S. Buchanan St., Ervvin Jemigan of Rt. 1, Miss Arlene Gussewelle of 721 Frederich St., and Victor Novak of 1207 Oakland Ave, Dismissed were Mrs. Clarence Jackson and infant daughter of 742 Hilda Ave., Mrs. Jessie King and infant son of 23 Washington PI., Charles Van Winkle of 182 Barnett Dr., Courtney Lewis of 608 Chestnut Ave. One Edwardsville area resident was admitted and six patients were dismissed Friday. Admitted were Miss Mary Reese of 909 Holyoak Ave., Ralph Settle of Rt. 2, Mrs. Wilbur Willie and infant son of 240 Coventry PI., Mrs. Lena Wibbing of 511 Randle St., Frank Miller of Rt. 2, and Mrs. Marie Wywn of Old Wood River road. Dr. G, F. Ordeman RecoveringAfterSurgery The condition of Dr. G. F. Ordeman, retired Standard Oil Co. manager, who underwent surgery Thursday In Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo., was reported satisfactory at the hospital today, Dr. Ordeman, who retired from the Oil refinery in 1953, after nearly 34 years service, retides at 1204 Logan St. j Youth Charged With Reckless Driving EDWARDSVILLE. — William V. Dietze, 17, of 211 S. Ninth St., was scheduled to appear before Police Magistrate Elmer Betzold this afternoon to answer charges of reckless driving in violation of a city ordinance after he struck a parked car Friday night. Police said Dietze was driving north on N. Main'street when he hit a parked truck owned by Otto Bast, 45, Rt. 2, EdwardsVille, and that vehicle, after the impact, was pushed into another truck parked in front of it. Police also reported this morning that Rosette Harris, 28, 912 Klein St., has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident and will answer the charge this afternoon' before Betzold. She is charged with hitting a parked car owned by Bloice W. Yount, 42, which was parked in the 300 block of ... Main street, Thursday night. Eight Divorce Decrees Granted EDWARDSVILLE. — Judge Byron d. House, in concluding his first court term here, entered decrees in eight uncontested divorce cases heard Friday in Circuit Court. Five divorces granted on grounds of cruelty were Mary L. Freeman, from Walter Freeman, and the plaintiff's former j married name of Reynolds restored; Margie Marie Teems, from Billie Thomas Teems; Shirley G. Clark, from Bernard M. Clark, and the plaintiff permitted to resume her maiden name of Oiler; Loris Burton, from Edward Burton; 'Etta Marie Potts, from Clifford F. V. Potts, with the plaintiff's maiden name of Colyer restored. Robert E. Carroll, a minor, suing by his father, Ira Carroll, was granted a divorce from Ginger H. Carroll on proof of desertion, with the court permitting the defendant to resume her maiden name of Hargis. In other two decrees entered, both on grounds of adultery, Hulda L. Hill was granted a divorce from George W. Hill, and Bertha Emily Newton was divorced from James Wilfored! Newton. he said must decide whether "they want to give the President a full vote or half a vote." An Eisenhower voter who marks his ballot for Morse "is voting to send to the Senate a man who has in the past and will in the future work against the President's programs," Nixon declared. He also asserted Morse was one of the few Democrats who did not support the President on foreign policy issues. Morse has been proved "dead wrong," Nixon said, in voting against the 1955 Formosa resolution in which Congress went on record as backing moves Eisenhower might consider necessary to protect Nationalist China. The Vice President's schedule today took him from Medford where he spent thc night to rallies in three California cities—Santa Rosa, Fresno and Bakersfield. U. S. Aid To Egypt Is Resumed are placed on posts or in tree forks and, when a fast-moving vehicle strikes the rope suspended in mid-street, the weights on the ends are hurled space. mer Lutheran Hour speaker, will deliver the sermon at the annual Lutheran Reformation rally to be held Sunday at 10:?,0 a.m., in the East Alton-Wood River high school auditorium. Assisting him will be the Rev. Alfred Beck, pastor of St. ' Pallt ' s church of Wood throtinh R' vpr ' as liturgjst, and a choir of 150 voices under the direction of However, while the trick has ; °r- William Heyne of St. Louis. been attempted several times in Wood River — thc latest incident occurring Friday night— the designs of the perpetrators, thus far, have been thwarted by wary residents. Such a device, suspended across Beach street between Fifth and Tipton, was reported by resi- An evangelism program has been included with the Reformation festival this year. No services will be held at the Lutheran churches Sunday morning; however, evangelism services will bfe held at all Lutheran churches beginning Sunday at 8 p.m., and lasting through Thursday. Cottage dents of the area Friday and j prayer meetings have been held in removed before it was set off ,. ecen t weeks and visitation tennis by a vehicle. Coutre reiterated today a previous pre-Halloween announcement that, police were ready to condone trivial shennighans, hut stunts which might result in serious bodily injury or property damage will result in energetic prosecution. He said that several reported instances in which large teenage boys were knocking on residence doors and informing the occupants that it was "either a dollar or damage" were not viewed as trivial. Neither are the weighed rope trick or the business of stretching piano wires across alleys and driveways, he added. North Alton News Bridge "Barricaded" Responding at 8:20 p. rn. Thursday to a call from a motorist who saw youths apparently tampering with warning lights at the north end of the Alby street bridge, at Oakwood avenue, police found an apparent pre-Halloween prank. A barrier and lights had been placed at the approach to the bridge, and were removed by the police. Whence the barricade had been filched was undetermined in an investigation about the area. "Crusade" Speaker at Faith Lutheran By JOHN SCAI.I WASHINGTON ff — The United States has quietly resumed foreign aid to Egypt after halting shipments briefly because o£ Suez Canal crisis. Responsible officials who re- j observe Crusade for Christ Faith Lutheran Church, God- which the Rev. I Jordan E. Arft is pastor, will Melhcxlist Services At Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE.-St. John's Methodist Church School begins | at 9 a.m. Sunday with J. King i Eaton as superintendent. j Sunday is "Reformation't)ay' and in the morning service the Rev. Clyde Kunkhouse will have a., his sermon topic, "This Is Our Faith." The sanctuary choir will sing under the direction of J. J. Love, with Mrs. Winston Brown us organist. i Marine Church-;—. Supper Sunday EDWARDSVILLE. - A sausage supper, in celebration of the completion ol its new building, is set for Sunday at the Evangelical Church in Marine, it was re|x>rted (today. Serving; on an all-you-can-eat basis, will be horn 1 until 8 p.m. i ported this today said locomotives, machinery, transportation equipment and newsprint have been moving forward to Egyptian ports during the past few weeks. These supplies are part of a 20- million-dollar backlog whose delivery was stopped in mid-August by the State Department pending a ruling on whether to suspend all foreign aid until the Suez dispute was settled. Without announcing it, the State Department and the government's foreign aid agency, the International Cooperation Administration, apparently decided several weeks ago to continue foreign aid deliveries previously promised the Egyptians. The main items delivered since then have been eight to 10 American-built locomotives which are part of 32 earmarked for President Nasser's government. Another 20 million dollars in aid funds, including machine tools, barges, and more transportation equipment, now also will move ahead as previously scheduled, informants said. No new aid for Egypt from funds appropriated by Congress this summer is planned, however. The supplies now being delivered were bought with money provided by Congress in 1955. Bureau Meets At Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — The Madison County home advisor, Mrs. Elaine Wendler, presented the major lesson entitled "Lamp Fixtures and their Placement" at week beginning Sunday at 8 p. m. The Rev. George R. Kraus of St. Paul, Minn., will be guest missioner, speaking each evening through Nov. 1. The crusade is being conducted by congregations belonging to the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, and those affiliated with the National Lutheran Council in St. Louis. Pastor Kraus, born in Plainfield, N. J., served as pastor at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church for the Deaf in New York City from 1949 to 1955, when he took over pastoral duties at the Calvary Church for the Deaf in St. Paul, Minn. Ferd Cast of Webster Groves, Mo., general chairman of the Missouri Synod crusade committee, announces that the five day mission is designed to reach persons not affiliated with any church group and to strengthen the Christian faith of those who are already members of area Lutheran churches, which number more than 100,000. The observance in the Greater Alton Area will begin with a mass reformation rally at i Wood River High School, Oct. | 38, at 10:30 a. m. ; New Cubs Six boys became members of Cub Scout Pack 7, Friday evening at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. They are Clifford Mc- Manls, Morris Wahl, Dan Kennedy, John Barrett, David Kardis, Richard Gibbs. Den 6, who served refreshments, also won the attendance award, having 100 per cent attendance of parents and Cubs. Den 2 won the recognition in have visited prospects for church membership this week in preparation for next week activities. In his sermon, the Rev. Oldsen will link the heritage of the Reformation with the present day program of personal evangelism. The Rev. Oldsen at present is pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakewood, Ohio. Formerly, he was professor of religion and sociology at Valparaiso university, Valparaiso, Indiana, and Lutheran Hour speaker. He resigned the latter position upon the advice of his physician. The Rev, Oldsen also is the author of "When Thy Face I See" and coauthor of "Voices of the Passion." The choir, composed of all the choirs of area Lutheran churches, will sing: "Praise, O Praise Our God and King" and "The Lord, My God, Be Praised." Dr. William Heyne, the director, also is director of the Lutheran Hour Choir and chief architect of the i annual Bach Festival in St. Louis. Warmer Saturday Doto ftom U.S. WMtHf ft JUfttAU 50 Dtpt.ol FORECAST Fi$vrn Show lew tempcttMv*** WEATHER FORECAST—Now England, Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin will have showers tonight, with rain on the northern Pacific coast and sno\v in the northern and central Rockies and northern Plains. It will be cooler in Pennsylvania, western New York and from the. Dakotas to the nfbuntains in Oregon and Washington. It will be warmer in the Midwest, central Mississippi valley, Oklahoma and Texas;. (AP Wirephoto Map) North Junior Has Annual Halloween Costume Dance GODFREY — A Halloween dance was held Fr'day night in the North Junior High School gymnasium and prizes were awarded for the best costumes. The event was the first of a series of dances to be sponsored by the Student Council. The gym was decorated in the seasonal theme, with balloons dominating. Refreshments were served. Prize winners were: Carolyn Ward, Ken Damron, Marjorie Roberts, Carolyn Pritchard, and a couple's prize went to Nancy O'Dell and Augie Campagna. Included among the chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Dell, Mr. and Mrs. August Campagr.a, Mr. and Mrs. George Gillespie, Mrs. J. R. New C of C Body Meets Godfrey Pack 45 W e( I lleg( J aV Has Party Al * Civic Center Estes Lashes At New Rise In Living Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. George Heath. 'Large Crowd At Clifton Hill Halloween Party GODFREY ~ Social room of Clifton Hill School was packed Friday night for the annual Halloween party sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association. Prizes were awarded for the a quarterly meeting of the Council j best costumes for pire-school of Administration, ruling body of! kindergarten, first, second, third VFW Officials Here for Meet Top state officials of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, led by Illinois Commander John Englander, arrived in Alton this morning for By B. T,. HAGERSTOWN. Md. S> — Sen. Esles Kefauver said today the American people are "having to nin faster and faster to Stay in the same place" to keep up with the cost of living. The Democratic vice presidential nominee derided what he called "Republican boasts of prosperity." He said the latest cost- of-living index "shoots full of boles" Republican assertions that "you've never had it so good." Kefnuver referred to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics the cost of living index rose to a record 117.1 per cent in September. The Tennessee senator carried his campaign into Maryland for the first time. His remarks, in a speech prepared for a rally in this aircraft manufacturing town, were tuned to the theme that "the news about the mounting cost of living has all been bad" under the Eisenhower administration. "President Eisenhower's claims to the contrary." Kefauver said, "your take home pay is simply not keeping up with the galloping prices yon must pay for household and living expenses." Kofauver swung into Maryland on the final lee of a 12,000 mile 13 strife campaign that has car- WOOD RFVKR — The newly i vied him from Vermont to Call- appointed steering committee of j fnrniu and back in the past two Wood River Township Chamber j weeks. of Commerce will meet at 7 p.m. j Afler mo t orc ading t h r o u g"h Wednesday. | southern Maryland today, Kefauv- A committee appointed by the cr will rest overnight in Washing- Downtown Retail Merchants Association president. Joe Hedges, will start on the job of studying other cities by-laws and draft a proposed set of by-laws for the local group. on a final sprint into Illinois, Massachusetts, ton before taking off Sunday afternoon Ohio, Pennsylvania—for a third time, Wisconsin and Minnesota. He will wind up in Chattanooga, Tenn., tc _ _ . o A Pter JJr.ll tier, Vo, GODFREY-Cub Pack 45 of Godfrey School met Thursday evening at the Civic Center and skits were presented and awards made. Each den presented a puppet skit in keeping with the theme of the month, "Puppets." Den 3 won the plaque for having the most parents in attendance. The pack will also enter a float in the Alton Halloween parade. Awards were as follows: Randy Lewis, lion badge, gold and silver airow, two year pin; Lloyd Jockish, lion badpe: Barry Garganus, gold and silver arrow; Jack Penning, Gary For-I set for Nov. 15 at East Alton- j j n English Township. The body rester goid arrows * j Wood River High School. j j s at the Jacoby Brothers' Fu- Refreshments were served ! ,, Chief fDeputy S1fleri " George j ner al Home in Jerseyville pend Musso, former professional foot- j ng f unera l arrangements, ball player witth the Chicago Bears, has been engaged as the principal speaker. Gregg Chalacraft has been an- ' cast his ballot Nov. 6. pointed as chairman, with Martin Hartman. Bill Harrison, and Ray Elmore on the committee. They will meet for the first time next i Jersey Fanner. Dies week. Kirk Logston, general chair- Peter Drainer. 98, u retired man of the third annual Wood farmer, and one of the oldest River Chamber of Commerce i residents of football recognition banquet, an- i died at 9 a. nounced that the event has been i home of his son, Hugo Drainer, Jer.sey County, in. todav at the were served and games were played. HomeDamagedBy Fire in Godfrey ihe organization. Two committees, rehabilitation and finance, met this morning and the full Council convened at 2 p.m. today. All sessions are being held at the Alton VFW post 1308, at 603 W. Delmar. Other sessions of the Council will! be held at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday. In addition to Englander, the Council will be addressed by Dr. Walter Prusait, Chicago, National VFW surgeon general, according to Paul Gottlob, Quartermaster the Alton Post and state Chief of ] Staff. Other state dignitaries here for the meeting include Dr. Bernard Bolotoff, Rockford, senior vice commander; Ray Allen, Chicago, junior vice commander; Willard Butcher, Ottawa, adjutant; Joseph Carnella, Edwardsville, membership director; James Ca'pek, Cicero, inspector; Sheldon Heirnan, public relations director; and the commanders of the 16 Illinois Districts. Among topics to be discussed at and fourth grades, and adults. Refreshments were served. Only 100 tickets will be available for the annual meeting. Players from East Alton- Wood River, Bethalto, and Roxana will Drainer has resided in the Fieldon area for many years. Only recently had he left his farm home northwest of that village to go to the borne of his son. be invited to the banquet. The j each team will be presented with GODFREY — Minor damage { best backfield and line-men on ' an award at thc dinner. was done to a home on Clifton j ___ Hill road when plaster board caught fire near a stove, Fire i Near Jerseyville. Colored cartoon movies were ' Chief Nicolei of the Godfrey Fire shown. Committee members in charge of arrangements were: Mrs. Department reported. The home is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. James Williams. Fire Lester McKee, Mrs. William broke out abou , 6 a nl from Erler, chairmen, and Mrs. Joe ' what firemen said was pro bably "" " Mrs. Harold Baird, as-1 an ovei . heatcd stove . sisted. Members of PTA were re- meeting will be Nov. 14. minded that the next monthly ' Larry Moehll, Foothall Player, Injures Chest 2 i Paint Windows At County Seat the meetings are the VFW Buddy Poppy sale, relief and rehabilitation of hospitalized veterans, and the Hoover and Bradley reports, which have been condemned by Larry Moehn, 17, Marquelte High School football player, was released from St. Joseph's Hospital today after having been a patient theve over night tol- Load of Corn Spilled When Auto and Wagon Collide JERSEYVILLE — A Chevrolet operated by 1955! of corn, inflicting considerable Dean Huff, Snedeker avenue, Jerseyville, and a wagon loaded with corn, being pulled by a truck driven by Mrs. Eva Walsh. Jer- damage to ihe front of his car and demolishing the wagon and hurling corn in widespread confusion over the hiehway. Both Mrs. SValsh and Huff escaped injuries. State Police J EDWARDSVILLE. — A total of 110 store windows are in the I Friday night in the Marquette- seyville Rural Route, were de- Officer R. D. Whit more of Al- molished during a collision on , ton wns Pa ]] PC \ to the accident Route 67-A, one mile south of; .j c p ne Jerseyville Thursday. j tirket and issued an arrest to Huff charging him lowing a chest injury suffered; The truck and wagon trailer! with following another vehicle process of being decorated as chaminade game, young student painjters compete j sternum.. operated by Mrs. Walsh had i too closely. in the annual Halloween store- window painting contest sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Paint has been distributed free of charge nad the only tools needed are brushes and paint containers. Windows will he judged Sunday by Mrs. Eugene Wahl, Mrs. Julia Meyer and Mrs. C. S. Rudesill, members of the YMCA art class. Winners will be nam- \Vlien X-ray emerged from a corn field at ; Deputy Sheriff Edward Elthe side of the highway a short more of Jerseyville also rf- examination re-' time before the accident. The i sponded to the accident call to vealed no fractures he was per- ! car, operated by Huff, plowed! assist in handling the traffic sit- mitted to leave the hospital. I into the rear of the wagon load ' nation. the VFW as detrimental to the | ed during the costume parade interests of veterans and the na- \ which is scheduled for Hallo- tion. I ween night. the Friday afternoon meeting of I skits on 1ne t | ieme "p,, PI ,ets. the Unit "A" Home Bureau at ! An anonymous oiler has been the home of Mrs. Herman Neu-1 milde , 0 reward dem jn atlemJ . bauer of J01 Grandview place. , aiu . e- The 0 ,. fej . Weg The minor lesson, "rugs and : , ash award f()r rien , hal their care, was given by Mrs. Harold Thereu and Mrs.' T. C. Fellenstien gave the health lesson. Mrs. Lawrence Isaac, president, presided at the business i. . ,, , meeting. She announced that Nov. ! U ' st; Bc( ; ky Barrott - the P reN 7, will be the district meeting at tlcst ' and Maur >' Kennedy, the 1:00 p. in, in the Edwardsville cu i < ;' st will maintain at 1'vr.t a 75 parent attendance record for the remainder of the year. Rodney Spooner was judged Ihe ugliest in the costume eon- Post of Prestige Dr. Pfeiffeiiberger Heads Post-Grad Medical Group Dr. J. Mather Pfeiffenberger, 463 Bluff St., returned Friday afternoon from Cleveland, Ohio, where, at the week-long meeting of the Interstate Post-Graduate Medical Assembly of North America, he was elected president. Some 2,000 physicians and surgeons from the U, S., Canada and abroad attended the session which is a "post-graduate" course where top medical men inform their profession of de- Dr. Pfeiffenberger, long active in the Medical Assembly, has been preceded in the top office, by such noted medical authorities as Dr. George Crile, Dr. Alton Ochsner, Drs. Charles and Will Mayo. Dr. Pfeiffenberger has held office in the Assembly as speaker and trustee. He has also been president of the Illinois Medical Society. Information from the Assembly ( velopments in medicine. Some 70 j is made available to the medical j speakers presented papers in 30 j profession generally by publica. minutes alloted each. I tion in a professional magazine. National Bank and Trust Co. Tlie following cubs received Nov. 23, will be the date of the j "wards: Ronald Karns, Donald next meeting at the home of' und R°nuld Crowson, Larry Ele, Mrs. T. W. May. i David Manley, Charles Par- Following the meeting refresh- i rls| i. Tol » Kennedy, Marty ments were served by the hostess I Voss . Bi H Shumway, Phillip ess, Mrs. Elmer Poos, and Mrs. Cosco, John Cannon, Richard Huerner, Dick Allton. Bill Rain, Fred Weimers. Four guests were present, Mrs. Otto Hammon, Mrs. Robert Lautner, Mrs. Charles Blrgis and Mrs. Earl Bridges of Collinsville. Bill Conner, Roger Miller, John Kennedy, Charles Schneider. Paul Bierbaurn and John Mi;Manis, REFORMATION SERVICE WOOD RIVER OCTOBER 28 HIGH SCHOOL 10:30 A.M. SAVE $100, $200, $300 AND MORE THIS YEAR. YOU'LL HAVE THAT AMOUNT AND WE'LL LEND YOU THE MONEY TO DO IT UNDER THE NEW WEDGE PAY N" SAVE PLAN. it s easy to save WHEN YOU LET L'S DO IT FOK YOU • No Money Down! • Interest Paid You from the Beginning. • Life Insurance on your account right away at no extra charge. Unmatched anywhere! Here's an example of the Wedge Bank's new Puy N 1 Sa\e Plan! You want to save $300 In a year. Wo make the deposit for you. You pay only $26.60 a month. At the end of 12 'months you have saved $319.20". •This amount does not include the savings interest we pay you twice a year by check! ANNOUNCING '0 INTEREST ON ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Regular or Pay N' Save. S',4' on time certificates of deposit. COME IN TODAY ASK ABOUT PAY 'N SAVE YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID! All deposits insured up to $10,000 by F.D.I.C. Alton Banking &Tru$t Co. MYLJC- Ul m •&•»•» M • UUM ^W*^ **VKaMlftt m f\ I f -THI WfOOf i#NH" """ MWIWH f.P.1.5. Growing with Alton (or 84 years. Copyright 1850 Alton Bunking & Trust Co.

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