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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVEN1MG TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30,1956 At East Alton Senior Woman's Club Bazaar Slated Dec. 6 EAST ALTON. — Dec. 6 has befn selected as the date of the second annual bazaar 10 be presented by the Senior Woman'R Club at the East Alton Community Center, it has been announced by Mrs. J. Louis Roller, chairman. On this date, she said, guests can come early and stay late, do their Christmas shopping, be entertained and have their meals without leaving the building. A new feature has been added to Ihe all-day event in the form ol a ham dinner for the nominal fee of SI. Mrs. D. A. Alderson and Mrs. Stanley Stepson have been named co-chairmen of the dinner and \vill also be in charge of the "Pantry and Parcel Post" booths. Mrs. H. Frank Yoder and Mrs. George Smith Jr. are in charge •of the "Linen Chest and Apron Strings" booths. Mrs. F. Edward Todd is chairman of "Holiday House," assist~-ed by Mrs. A. Edson Smith and -Mrs. Adam Deahl as co-chairmen, The club membership has • been divided equally among the - three committees to prepare for .the event which is the major fund-raising project of the year. The affair will follow the usual pattern of the old-fashioned bazaar, with a few new twists and many new ideas added. Holiday House promises a big .'.'''display of articles for home dec- "oration during the festive days of Christmas, gift package trims, wrapping paper, ribbons, etc., 'and interest trinkets for gifts. The Linen Chest and Apron ••'booths will include needlework for every room in the house, aprons, table mats, pot holders. and gadgets for the kitchen. • Pantry and Parcel Post, as ihe names indicate, will contain goodies to stock the pantry shelves, and wrapped packages which have come through the mails from out-of-town points. Meetings for further planning have been scheduled by the committee chairmen later this month. Hartford Cubs Entertained At Halloween Party HARTFORD—A "spook house" was the main attraction at the Halloween party given at Woodrow Wilson ochool Saturday evening by Scout officials for Cub Scouts of Pack 29. Seventy-five persons attended the party. The Cub Scouts sent five dozen decorated cup cakes to the Catholic Children's Home in Alton. Everyone came in. costume and prizes were given to Cub- master Jesse Cooper for the "tackiest", to Mrs. David Jones for the "ugliest" and to Marlin Ferguson for the "prettiest." Following the party refreshments were served by Mrs. Lawrence Powers and Mrs. Vernon Smith. Undergoes Surgery HARTFORI- — Hank Kirkpatrick, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kirkpatrick, underwent major surgery at St. Luke's Children's Hospital, St. Louis, Monday morning. Relatives said his condition was satisfactory. Hank is a first grade pupil at New Elementary School. To Attend School HARTFORD— Rev. and Mrs. Robert Carter and Mrs. Mary Schremp will attend a missionary schoo; of instruction at the New Harmony General Baptist Church in St. Louis this week as delegates from the local church. East Alton Exchange Club To Meet EAST ALTON — The tegular dinner meeting of the Exchange , Club will be held at 6:30 p. in. luday at the Airliner Res'aur- \ ant. Lawrence Cutlorth is pro- grain chairman. Attend Funeral KAST ALTON — Mrs. Harold Rigging 2UO W. McCasland Avc-., i and eight other area residents left Monday night to attend the furieral of Mrs. Riggins' cousin, tverelt Ferrell, at Paducah, Ky. Ftrrell died suddenly Sunday aitt-'rnoon. Others, besides Mrs. Hiyyins, making the trip v.ere Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hochn, Mr. and Mis. Don Williams and Mr. end Mi's. Kdsvaid Hi'okhhire, all ol Martins, Melvim, MrCatts 9 Findleys Stage Reunion j WOOD RIVER. — A tri-ennipl| : reunion of the families and | i friends of former school mules : I was held Simday at the Westrrn- 1 or Lodge, with 55 guests present, j The gel-lo-gethrr honored Airs. ! Lelah Fraley; Ivr son and wife, i Mr. and Mrs. Ted farter ol La-' jMpsa. Calif., who are visiting j in the area. j The tri-enniel reunions are a 'custom of the families of Mar! tin, Mrivin, McCall, Arras and j ; Findley, established over 50 years ago. when they were childhood pals in Greenfield and have continued the event through the Italians Phin Spaghetti Dinner At Wood The meet was highlighted by a noon day dinner followed by a musical program presented by Mrs. Hershall Williams and Mrs. Jim Martin, vocal numbers by Fred Master and a dance rou- 1 tine by Miss Laura Hall. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford, Mr. ' nnd Mrs. Leland Melvin. and I Mrs. Merrill Hall were in charge of dinner arrangements. Attending were Mrs. Ray McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fenley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hershall Williams, all of Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin, Rockbridge; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Melvin and daughter, East Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hall and family, Miss Gloria Lord, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer St. Peters, Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter and son, Roxana; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Winters, Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Don Carter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Iden, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoff, Carrollton. Daughter, Father Confirmed WOOD RIVER. — Little Miss Donna Chiado, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chiado, 559 South 12th St., together with her father, was among those confirmed at St. Bernard's Church Sunday by Bishop O'Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bordon of Harrisburg were sponsors for Donna and her father. Mr. and Mrs. Bordon and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Abney of Harris burg were weekend guests al the Chiado home. Rosewood Cub Pack Entertained ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Airplane rides, games, contests, a bonfire, and plenty of food were the attractions at the Saturday af ternoon outing of Cub Pack 30 al the Civic Memorial Airport. The boys competed in contests and games to win the 10 airplane rides given by Howard Fricke, father of a Cub, who has a plaije at Memorial. Boys winning the air trips were: John Gahr, Roger Taylor, Danny Morgan, Jimmie Bevins, Chris Constantino, Chuck Bluhm, Randy Voyles, David Ferguson, Bitty Paton and Eddie Null. A wiener and marshmallow roast climaxed the day of fun. The Pack meeting is scheduled for Thursday evening at the Rosewood School when each of the eight dens will present three minute skits on the theme of the month "Puppets". Clifford Vaughn has joined the Pack as a committeeman. Robert Albrecht is packmasler. WOOD RIVER. - The Italian Lodge will serve a ravioli and spaghetti dinner to the public from noon until 7 p.m. Sunday at the lodge hall, 28fi West Ferguson Avc. Tony Balsamo is general chairman of the dinner which will bo served by the women of the lodge. Fourth Blrthdny \VOOD RIVER. — Little Miss Diannc Pock was honored guest at a birthday party given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Francis A. Peck at her home, 848 Esther St., in celebration of her fourth birthday. Balloons and crepe paper streamers were used in connection throughout the house and games and contests were the diversion of the afternoon. Little guests awarded prizes were Judy Tague, Michael Pin- gait, Mark Simburger and Becky Kessler. Other guests were Darrell Lauck, Joan Ragus, Spike, Steven and Douglas Bell, Christine Thomas, Rhonda Tweedy, Deborah Kessler, Patty Towey, Donna Howden, Susan Howard, Patricia and Connie Broderick and Richard Peck. Adults present were the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Oliver Vernor Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Vernor Jr., Kay Cowan, Mrs. Paul Lauck, Mrs. Paul Thomas, Mrs. Kenneth Boll, Mrs. Joe Kessler, Mrs. Charles 'Tweedy, Mrs. Tony Pingalt, and Mrs. Earl Simburger. Refreshments were served and each guest was presented with a party hat and balloon inscribed with his name. Four Treated In Hospital At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Four area residents were released after emergency treatment al. Wood River Township Hospital Monday. Clara Zarantonello, seven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zarantonello, 110 Acton Ave., had X-rays taken of the ribs on her right side for possible fractures. The second grade St. Bernard's pupil fell from a bicycle. James Knickrehm, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Knickrehm, 909 Acton Ave., had his left arm placed in a sling after X-rays were taken to determine injuries to the left wrist and thumb. James fell while playing ball. Mrs. Earl L. Frensley, 104 W.'' Penning Ave., had X-rays taken of her left foot. Mrs. Frensley turned her ankle while on a vacation in Colorado. Harvey E. Keene, Rt. 1, Alton, had X-rays made for an injury to the tip of his left ring finger, suffered on Friday. 'Masquerade BalT Staged At East Alton KAST ALTON. Approximately 175 junior and senior high school members attended n "Masquerade Ball" in the Community Center Monday night. Winners in the "best costume" contest, were Joyce Ewing and Barry Sewnrd. All teenagers were required to be costumed for admittance. Judges for the costumes were Mrs. F. Edward Todd, chairman of the recreation board, and Mrs. William E. Buckle and Mrs. Robert E. Borman, of the Senior Woman's Club. During an intermission, the crowd of merry makers were shown a movie. Refreshments, including cider and donuts, were served at the snack bar. Firemen's Wives To Meet At Hartford HARTFORD — The November meeting of the Firemen's Auxiliary will bo held Thursday evening at 7:30 at the home of the president, Mrs. Herman Kuehnel of 102 E. Elm St. Mrs. Amil Wilcox and Mrs, Sam Stassi will be hosts for the month. All wives of the volunteer firemen are invited to attend. Baptismal Service HARTFORD — Mrs. Garneli Wood of Wood River was baptized by the Rev. Robert Carter of the Hartford General Baptist Church at the Canal south of Hartford Sunday afternoon. Class Entertained HARTFORD Forty-two persons attended the Halloween party staged by the Helping Hand Class of the First Baptist Church in the church's recreation room Saturday. Games were played and refreshments were served by the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fewell and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sanders. Donald Sumner is president of the class and Harold Oavis is the teacher. Halloween Party HARTFORD— Room mothers of the second grade at New Elementary School are planning a Halloween parly for children in the room Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments will be served following the party. Brown Heads News Bureau Wood River WOOD RIVER—Norman Brown, until recently the Telegraph's reporter in Bethallo and Collage Hills, is now chief of Ihe paper's news bureau in Wood River, 27 E. Acton Ave. He replaces Ron Lawrence who recently resigned to take a post with another newspaper. Brown's place at Bethalto, where the office is in the Virgin Insurance Agency Building, has been taken by John Clements, recently discharged from military service. At Wood River Church Women To Observe WorldCoinmmiityDayFriday WOOD RIVER. — World Community Day will be observed Friday by the Wood River Council of Church Women with an afternoon meeting at the Evangelical United Brethren Church, 507 Wood River Ave. Coffee and dessert for the noon day sack lunch will be furnished by the host church. During the business meeting to follow officers for 1957 will be elected. Serving on the nominating committee are Mrs. Charles RoxanaCouple Observes 25th WeddingDate ROXANA. — Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Arnold of W. Tydeman celebrated their silver avenue wedding anniversary Sunday at Beason, Mrs. M. R. Harpole and <>«» home of their son and fnm- Miss Martha Walker. Mrs. Roy : ily. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Ar- COSTUMED JUNIOR AND senior liigh school members of the East Alton Community Center line up at their annual Halloween party Monday night. Prize winners Barry Scward, a beachcomber; and Joyce Ewing, "Miss Towel of 1956," are shown in the center, first ro\v.—Staff Photo. Coutre is retiring president. The program will open at 1:30 p.m, with group singing. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Mnnley Mace of the Presbyterian Church. A program of special music will be presented and a movie entitled "Assignment Chil-1 dren" will he shown. | The project of the council is ! "Parcels for Peace." nold in Rosewood Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold married Oct. 28, 1931. at the Lutheran Church in Brussels. Attendants were her sister, Oleta Meseke, who is now Mrs. Walter Freand, and Walter Frc- Finn Trip To Wisconsin Explorers of Cottage Hills Seeking Odd Jobs To Swell Post's Treasury COTTAGE HILLS — Members of Explorer Post 105 of Cottage Hills are looking for odd jobs to build up their cash reserves during the winter so they can make a trip to Wisconsin this summer. At their meeting Monday night the 16 boys announced they were interested in picking up corn missed by corn pickers on a pro. i fit sharing basis, ranking leaves, cleaning out basements or attics, washing cars, or anything that boys can do around t h e house. The Saturday spare time of the 16 boys could be put to use building fence, chopping wood, rough carpentry or any of the many duties around the farm also. One project the boys are working on at the moment is the sale of fire wood. One citizen of the area ha donated all the dead trees on his ranch which the boys will cut into fireplace lengths and sell to the public,_ Anyone interested in hiring the j th( T wor kers Standard Boat Crew Opens Negotiations For New Pact \VOOD RIVER. — Central! States Petroleum Union, Local i No. 215. have opened negotiations with the Standard Oil Co. of Indiana for a new contract. The union has presented a seven-point plan. The crew of the "M.V. Stanoiind A" are asking for one day off for each day worked. A raise equal to 10 per j Godfrey MYF * Has Halloween Party at Church Report Godfrey Fire Accident Victim Better GODFREY. — Janice Pivoda 10, severelv burned Sunday when: . , Arnold has been wnployod at the Shell Oil Company for the past 15 years. They are the parents of four children, Miss Ona May of Overland, Mo.. Mrs. .'ames (Arlette) Henderson, Roxana; Donald of Rosewood Heights, and Melvin at home. Those attending were Mrs. Arnold's mother, Mrs. Tillie Meseke of Golden Eagle; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robeen and son, , ^ Ir ' and < Mrs - Walter Freand her Halloween costume caught i and !ions - - Mr - and Mrs - Hcnrv fire, was reported slightly jm-: Meseke and son of Carrollton; proved today. i Mr - an(1 Mrs - Louis Meseke of The child,'daughter of Mr. and! nissc11 Hills - AId -: Mr - and Jllrs Mrs. F. W. Pivoda Jr.. of God-i° scar Meseke of Riverview Garfrey, suffered second and third i dens - Mo <: Mr - and M™- George degree burns of the abdomen, j Meseke and family of St. Loun legs and hips and she is at Al-j Collnt .v; Don Vint of Overland, ton Memorial Hospital. i and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bartels Janice lighted a match which i a»d son of Wood River, ignited leaves which flared up! Halloween Party and caught her costume afire' ROXANA. — Brownie Scout* while she was playing with her sisters near the Pivoda home. of Titx>p 100 had their ahnual Halloween party Monday eve- Father of the girl is principal of ning at the Little House with 15 rural schools in the Alton School i Brownies and 15 guests attend- District. cent of the average wage is .also | GODFRE y. _^ethodist Youth East Alton Baptist in the proposal. The local aisoj Fcllowsh , ^ )he Godfrev ^, etn .; Class Feted at Party Y-pnnp<K I no nrp<pnt five DPI': ... — ...._.' I •* held a Halloween j Monday evening in the requests the present five per cent progression raise which comes annually changed to three raises each six months. The boat crew also wants a ed. Prizes were awarded for contract addition to keep the j costumes. Winners were Billv lower floors. EAST ALTON' — The Kum Dubble Class of the Friendship Gen- Some 2r> young people atten(1 .; ei'a.1 Baptist Church was entertained at a Halloween party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and ing. Pri/es were won by Joan Raines, prettiest; Lannit Rhodes, ugliest, and Kathy Hendricks, most unusual, Refreshments were served by the troop committeewomen. Leaders attending were Mrs. Charle* Mitchell and Mrs. Park Watson. Gen. Last Stand George Armstrong Can- in case they are i They are Carol Miller and Rich_ ...~ .. u »..^. k , ... ^,1..,^, 1...-J ,-.,, -»»ii_^ nii;\_.«i \ji i»i 11 Jin niuj Jvi vir~ boys either one at a time or| fired or , eave , he company be-lard Thompson. Thev earned the St., East Alton. company from operating the j Shelton, Carol Miller, Rodger i *^ rs ' George Emerick, 409 Church: ter's last stand on the Littl* boat shorthandod and compen- j Thompson, and Betty Goings, sation if such should happen. AJ A king and queen for the shore leave benefit to protect! Booth Festival were crowned. j Bighorn River, June 25, 1875, Pri7.es were awarded to Mr. and j was made by about 225 trooperi Mrs. Harold Riggins and Mrs. j of the 7th U.S. Cavalry against Frank Lippert. Refreshments were more than 2.500 Sioux and call Richard Williams at 4-5049. 1 The Cottage Hills Post will hold , , , , ., a paper drive Nov. 10 in the' new em P lo y es are also included,' Cottage Hills, Forrest Homes j in the new proposals ??_A:.l an !L B u J?"?! j? r d T- ing fore 3 ° days is als ° asked " i honor by collectin K 'he most 6 CU in ° Travel pay to and from theisms for the festival. boat and a thorough medical ex-' Runners-up were Janice Bafr- amination by a physician for all: bour and Terry Sarginson. Decorating committee decided to leave the decorations up for and Maple Park. Persons hav-i Local president Rovert Carroll | !! W adult . party whinh wi » be ing paper for the drive may con-' expects a meeting \\ith repre-j ''"»>' evening, tact Williams, or have the pap-! sentatives of the company, in the; volunteer committee members ers bundled and on the curb Sat- inear future. served. Cheyenne warriors. 4-H Achievement Program Set Friday at County Seat Fashion Note HOLLYWOOD, Calif. #—Where else but Hollywood could you see a sight like this: A pretty blonde in a white convertible seated next to a big black French poodle wearing a red beret. Stevenson, Austin Win In Roxana Junior IJigliElection More than 200 species of birds find sanctuary in Yellowstone National Park, world's oldest. ROXANA. — Adlai Stevenson .von over Dwight Eisenhower for president 161 to 133 in the mock election held at the Roxana Junior High School last week. In other races Austin won over Stratton for governor of Illinois 151 to 127 and* Stengel defeated Dirksen for senator 156 to 131. The election was conducted by an eighth grade Social Studies class, under the direction of Paul Santy. Attend • EAST ALTON— Mrs. Truman Vroman, pi evident of the District 13 Hoard of Education, Mr. tincj Mrs. Charles Gabburi and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Brazier at- landed the Illinl Division meeting ol th Illinois Association of school boards today. Mrs. Vroman was to have M-rvfd as a panelist at 4:30 p. rn. un "Developing School Hoard ' Policies and Rule* and Hegula- tium." The pyramid on the back of "the Great Seal ol the Uniiec •'laies symbolizes the Union's -ling strength. urday morning. Wanda WSCS Slipper Set Wednesday ' SOUTH ROXANA - The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Wanda Methodist Church will have llioir annual chicken mulligan supper Wednesday al the church. Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. Monday the Wanda U'.S.C.S. and South Roxana W.S.C.S. combined at the Wanda church for a program from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in observance of quiet day for the week of prayer and self denial. Seventeen women attended. Halloween Party Planned SOUTH ROXANA - The Dads' Cluh and Auxiliary are sponsoring 16th Birthday birthdav and Mrs. Gilbert Sa'ur- o?MrJ Helmkamp, i EDWARDSVILLE — County' Forbes spoke on "Religion Is A and state awards earned by Good Background for Life" dur- j who cleared and arranged the Madison County 4-H'ers for ihe ing the regular weekly meetinf i lower floor for the adult party, past years work will be announc- of the Edwardsville Toasmasterg WOOD 'RIVER" — "\ surprise ' a !' e - Martna Pne 'ps. Terry Sar- i ed during the county-wide 4-H ' Club at the Country House Mon' ginson, Judy nad Janet Cries- ! achievement program in the Ed-; day night. baum, Betty Goings, Carol Mill- 1 wardsville High School gymnas-l qther speakers for the evenirn er and Janet Anderson. Mum Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. I were Leo Rowe, and John Rose- MYF will have a hayride Sal-j Outstanding 4-H m e m b e r : an. urtlay evening. Members will; awards are based on project = Harold Gunter was toastmast- ment at the church. 6:15. From ', achievement, records, health re- 1 er for the evening and Carl Kel_. ... . ... , there thp . v will go to the Phipps ! cords, leadership in local activi- ley evaluated the soeeches The Misses Joyce Helm and farm for a wicner roas , A do . | ties , county district and stat(? , Hospital Note. each ! achievement. EDWARDSVILLE — One Ed- j Recognition will also be giv- i wardsville area resident was ad- I en to the 65 volunteer leaders of; milled to St. Joseph's Hospital. ! the 29 home economic clubs I Highland. Monday and one pa- the county ; tient ,was dismissed. Admitted was Mrs. Donna lion of her 16th birthday. The Misses Joyce Helm Janice Helmkamp were co-hos- ; lla uon of 25 cents from tesses of the party with 45 class- ; member will be made. mates of the honoree in attend- j—— ance. . Grisly Relic Hemoved She was presented with a port- LANSING, Mich. /P — A man's nnd lhe able radio as a gift from the ; rin S carved from the shin bone agriculture "clubs. guests. of a Confederate soldier has been i Parents, relatives and friends j Sperkman of 211 McKinley Ave. Assisting wilh the party be- , Amoved from a museum display j are urged to attend _ The program I Dismissed J •*• «»„ -_. . 'ItltUnr-lntn/^riMlinl f*\tt:~'.~. I .. J _ ! .._ i -i»v»* sides Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Helmkamp , Guy Helm j and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neeman, parents of the honoree. Young Republicans Will Meet Tonight Madison County Young Republicans will meet this evenng a Halloween party Wednesday inlat 7:45 in the Hotel Stratford. the Dads' Club park. The party is open to the public and will be held around an outdoor bonfire. The party begin at 7:30 Refreshments will be served before the meeting. President Richard Rook an- in the state Capitol. Officials de-i wi) i consis , of group recreation j Klochbera of •> cided the grisly relic did not have i an d refreshments will be serv- a proper place among the ex-: O d by members of the Edwards- Mrs. Emm« Olive St. hibits viewed yearly by thousands; vllle Chamber of Commerce. of school children and other visitors. ToastrniiMers Meet EDWARDSVILLE — Shirley Halloween Party Staged By Berkshire Civic Group EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wilkening, Mr. and Mrs. nouneed today that final plans Bob Clinton, Mrs. Uilliarn Buck- for the Young Republicans' par- , P] . and Hul)ert Yf)dR1 . wpre ticipation in the general election! p.m. and pri/es will be awarded for costumes. A wiener roast will be held following the judging. John Biniiuy, George Shoplaugh and L.vman McNabney are the committee from the Dads' Club j f he Republican party would be Nov. 6 would be planned. winners in "Best Costume" com- Yoder "funniest individual." F'orty persons attended the party which was featured by square dancing led by Bob Borman of the "Western Whirlers." and Mrs. Wilbert Krieb and Mrs. John Binney from the Auxiliary assisted the men in planning the event. Democratic Film To Be Shown Tonight "Pursuit of Hpppiness", the Dcmocraiit campaign film, will shown tonight at 8 o'clock in Electricians' hall at Central avenue and Union street. The showing is sponsored by the Young Democratic Club of Alton, an organization of teenagers. The showing is open to the public. President of the Young Democratic Club is Dan Alexander and the corresponding secretary is Mary Dooling, It is estimated there will be 81,000.000 motor vehicles in the United States by 1965. He said anyone between the | Petition at the Berkshire Civic apes of 18 and '.W interested in j Association Halloween party Mon-1 day night at the Westerner Club ! The Wilkenings were named! "funniest couple," the Clintons! "best dressed couple," Mrs. Buck-i lor "best dressed individual," and eligible to attend. He-outers Hospital ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS—Floyd Waggoner, 759 Rosedale Ave., has re-entered Barnes Hospital of SI. Louis, where he was a patient 15 months ago for a period of five months. Waggoner underwent major lung surgery during his previous hospitalization. WEARS LONGER! SHOES $ r ftu ; d for nun CITY UMIB for women VELVKT STEP lor children WE/UUKKHIKU MIUTELLO SHOE STORE 1 Wei* FerfUiva Wood Klvei Beauty Salon Arcade-Wilshire Village Shopping Center, Ea»l Alton. CORUECTION Contour Iluir Cuts—-$1.80 Budget Cold \Vuvfs-~$3.95 A POST EXCLUSIVE Corner of Broadway and Main Plenty Free Parking DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Calhoun County Willow Twig ^VI I ••••^•^ $ 41 f*^\ 1 59 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^mmfSSSSSim^ BUSHEL BASKET BROADWAY & MAIN Drive-in Produce Market DREW PEARSON At la»t, Washington'! moat controversial reporter telli theiiuideitoryofhiifamoui •coopt, blooper* end bat- ties! And there arc no hold* barred when Drew Pearton doM the talking-even about hinuelf! Peanon r»v»crf»t • whirt kt gttt hit iniidt information that tmbar- rant* tongrttimtn and Pritidtntt • tht faatt b*- hind Truman'* namt-tall- ing outburtt • how hi l*el$ about bting blamtd lor Forrtitafi luicidt • tin truth about hit tamoui"fitt fight' with Stn. McCarthy • how F.D.K. attempted to tqmlch hit newt tarttr You won't want to roia tbU itraight-talkinf article, starting in thii week's Saturday Evening Pott, IN All, 9 article*, 4 ttoriel, 2 terialt Out today-on all nwstsndi I be S.I \ flilllfi POSI November CUItU MACAZINI

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