Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 30, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
Page 9
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NlNB 3,600 Votes Expected 4 Contests in Calhoun Ballot HARDIN — Wllh the r?gistra- Republicans. Incumbent Circuit tion of voters just under 4,000 Clerk George F. Sage/ is op-1 this year, a total of a; least 3.-lpospd by Democrat Ruth Behr-' 60(1 votes are expected to he cast in next Tuesday's Calhoun County election. This would moan that at least 90 per cpiil of the eligible voters will go to the jiolls, which would be a high average, but an average which has been reached in previous presidential elections. The new voting mw which makes 11 possible for invalids to vote by absentee ballot will have some small effeot in. increasing t^e total vote for there arc a number of people in the county who would be unablr to get to the polls. These ballots, with those of the soldiers and others who arc absent from the county, may bring the total ot such ballots to a new high. It has been estimated that thr .absentee vote for Calhoun may reach 250 or more. Besides the interest in state and national tickets in Calhoun, there are four county races which will help to swell the turnout. These races are lor circuit clerk, state's attorney, coroner »nd county commissioner. All will oppose attorney .T. ens, at present secretary of the Cnlhonn Farm Bureau. Ralph Moses, Democrat, incumbent state's Clark Anderson. Democrat Otis Gotway is candidate for coroner in opposition to Ellir, Inman. Charles Q .Hrl/warth, now asking for a second term as county commissioner, will he opposed by August H. Simon. Roth these rnen are residents of Hardin Precinct. KEMODELED AND LETTERED the Alton Auxiliary Police Corps' emergency Another race which will un-i trailer is ready to go. Members of the Corps inspected it Saturday at the garage of doiiblndly help to bring out Calhoun voters is Carl Wittmond's bid for a second term as state representative. \Vittmond. who! lives in Brussels, is the first! slate representative the county] ha.': had In 50 years. This time j he will be running in the newly- j f'lrrned 'I9lh District, whieh contains six counties, instead of the four in tho old 3Glh. The other Democrat in this roc- is Fred L. Goodwin of Quincy. The two! Republican candidates for re-, prsentative are U. B. Ihnen of] Joe Harris.—Staff photo WayneCougliUnTopsHonor Roll at Hardin High School HARDIN — The public has become accustomed to seeing a girl student at Hardin High School heading the honor roll at the end of the different six periods, Hovever. the of ,„•;,. school Adams County and Hugh (.reon, finfis , hf , mimp o) a boy at of Morgan County. Roth these offices are now held by! men have served several years 'in the legislature, although 'lhi« i* Ihp first time cither run ' in th' 1 expanded rlis'rirt. BUY & SAVE *2 to .00 On Each Pair of This Season's Niwest Drtss or Casual h":id of the list. He is Wayne jCoughlin of Batehtown who has a ! perfect score of 5.00 points. He ' ; s - closely followed by Joan Rur«p. Raymond Hagen and Sue The spnatnrial rli^trift of "•l^'h ; Kecton with 4.94 points. Caioun if a part k Mil) th" .16 O(nPr hnnor students in the ;.nd comprises the counties, of or(ler of , hoir standings are: Adams. Pike, Sc&'t and Calhoun., Atlaline Carroll, Nancy Clen- Inciimbenf Republican -s n n n H f ] em , y . Betty Reizer, Janet Roth, or Lillian Schlagcnhauf is Op-; Rulh ' Schudel, Marilyn Wilson, posed by Peiiiorrjit erv B. Carrot. MontRnm- ; Roxl p corbett. Rita Friedel, Carol Simon, Gene Bass, Jim Benz, ('Hlhmin i;< a pan of the tiven-;j en Ann Fischer, Marcella Grov- Simon. Margaret expanded os only district which ; from 10 fo few venrs ago. i Pr S quier, Norman Titus. Alyce nlf . ry , Randy Vetter. Judy , . Republican Ski Simpson of Car- : Klockenkempcr. Richard Martin, ro")ioti ha* represented tin,- dis-| Rospmary Becker, Juen Kraut, And Other Famous Makis 214 Stare St. vVdfch • Jewelry Repairing I flpfM I SiMHr. I I "llT IGuifvnuri) QTONE BROS, ^^^ ^n»»u*iv»" «_*it« BfT»r AT*, Oil! <-lit« Sharon Sevicr, Rita Sievers, Joyce l.'lery- Carolyn Winkler, Dale Ewen, trict for several years. In this i race he is being challenged by ; democrat Henry W. Pollock. j Calhoun voters are taking the , election seriously, but quietly. In iiomrast to the elections recalled by some of the oldtimers I lucre have been no rallies, no parades, and tew, liitcal arguments. if any, po- Something Sensational Has Happened in Smoking! NOW MS A HUH ON KQDLS Smote |<330LSf King -Size with Rlter of Regular-Size lA/ithout RfteH THROAT HOT? THROAT RAW? SlA/lTCH FROM *HOr$" TO KCDLS! Donna Gresham, Naomi Young, Larry Campbell, Glenda Schulze, Mary Jean Devening, Claudette Charlton, George Friedel, Ronnie Nelson. "Barbara Sievers, Sandra Clendenny, Shirley Carroll, Mary Ellen Ducey, Sue Kraut, Paula Lorsbach, Lois Ob- erjohann, Doris Patton, Lonnie Puterbeaugh, and Joyce Snyders. The list includes 36 girls and 13 boys for a total of 49 student" who make this first six weeks honor roll. Hardin Notes HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bazaillion and daughter, Jeanette visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bazaillion in Quincy Sunday. William and Raus Fiedler and Clarence Skeel spent three days in East St. Louis last week where they attended consistory at the Scottish Rite Temple. All three were initiated into the Mississippi Valley Scottish Rite Consistory, and Skeel also took the Shriner's Degree. Joe Snider, Orion Young and Robert Hardesty will be the judges of the adult costumes at Wednesday night's Halloween observance. Bill and Moby Value went prospecting for pecans south of Hardin the other day and reported that they found the crop disappointing. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stel- brink and children made a drive through North Calhoun Sunday afternoon. Medora Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Cline, Overland, Mo., spent Sunday at the home of his brother, W. E. Cline. Mrs. Agnes Chism spent Friday and Saturday in Alton with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Ryan, and niece, Mrs. Arthur Arnu. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Young, Auburn, were guests Sunday after; noon of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rice. Howard Alberts and Mrs. Blanche Murphy, Alton, visited Sunday at the home of his daughter Mrs. W. W. Chism. H. L. Glower, Miss Delia Clower and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hodges, visited in Alton Sunday evening at the W. W, Glower home. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Kinder, Hardin, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Totten and family, Alton, were supper guests Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Mary Lutz. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wise and family, St. Louis, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Summers, Granite City, glenn Summers, Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scott and family were Sunday guests of their parents the Rev, and Mrs. W. A. Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton and family spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse- Smith and in the afternoon visited George Smith Sr. at Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Elston Gaffney and family were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flamm, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruyle, Palmyra, were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCrellis and son were up from Alton Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. Elsie McCrellis, and with Mr. and Mrs. Milford Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones and son, Brighton and William Jones Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., visited Qiywetiek QatmtteL * Yes—now you can have all the benefits of KOQLS-*PkU£ all Die benetits of a filter ... in new Filter KOOLS! No other cigarette ever made your throat feel so clean and cool! So switch from "hoU" to new Filler KOOLS! Discover why nmokers everywhere are changing to new Filter KOQJJS, for goodl SLEEP TONIGHT WITHOUT PAINS OF ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM or Yoiir Mon»y Back! Take PRUVO Tablet* «s directed today Prove to yourself there It no better non-narcotic relief from Arth- rltlc-Rheumatio muicular ache* and pain attack) . . . and at half the utual coit. Double action PRUVO Tablet* give prompt relief from pain attacks . . . suppllei Vitamin C, to essential to the health and elasticity of connecting tltiuei in the joints and body. U«« Mi the tablets In 11.50 bottle ... tf not •atltfled with results, return balance to PRUVO for money back. PRUVO Ii 10 safe, too . . 10 wlty not join the thousand* living • more comfortable life, thankt to PRUVO. In oat* of severe pain, tee your doctor. Save money on PRUVO by buying 325 tablet Clinical flu at $4.00, or 490 Uulet Hospital tlze at 17.50. Huw -» Big W TabUI Botlla On Sale — Only (9.1K at TUBU'X? UftUO Sunday afifrnoon with their grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Gwilllm. Mrs. Elmer Well and son, Elmer Jr., and M r s.Clinton Wedding and daughter, Miss Sharon were in St. Louis Monday evening. Mrs. Elsie Griffith spent Sunday at the home of her brother, L. G. Robinson. Mrs. W. A. Summers, who has been ailing for some time entered Carlinville Area Hospital, Monday afternoon to have X-rays made. A group of people went to Ham burg, where they had a picnic Sunday. Included were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maple, Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Milner and family, Mr and Mrs. Warren Harris, Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rives Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knapp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Schmidt arid family, brighten; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Challacombe and family, Columbia, 111. Sweet 16 Club Has Party At Medora Church MEDORA The Sweet Sixteen Club had a masquerade party in the basement of the Catholic Church Saturday eve- Mr, and Mrs, Winfred Lahr, Terry and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kahl, Charlotte and Tomy, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cox and Jeffery. Medora Note* MEDORA — Mrs. George Wilson left Friday for Pontiac, Mich., where she will spend several weeks with her son, Maurice Wilton, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hodges left Monday morning on their re- ning with their husbands as; turn to Saskatoon, Saskatche- gnests. The basemenl was decorated in keeping with Halloween. Games were played, prizes going to Mrs. Darrell Eddie- man, Mrs. Kenneth Stanton and Mrs, Russell Reno. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mrs. Melvin Bennett, Mrs, Leo' Scott, Mrs. David McKee and ] Mrs. Paul Quirk. : Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Darr, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Darr and son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reno, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Eddleman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scott, Mr. and Mrs. David McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quirk, Mr, and Mrs., Don Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gross, Mrs. George Smith Jr. Turkey Dinner MEDORA —Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hunt entertained with a turkey dinner Sunday, honoring her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hodges, who were here the past week from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gwillim, H. L and Miss Delia Glower, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gwillim, Terry, Steve and Dianne wan. Canada, after spending a week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and son, Timothy, Franklin, visited Sunday with their great aunt, Mrs. Eunice Franks. They drove to St. Louis, where Mrs. Franke was their dinner guest in the dining room of the new airport. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milner, Hammond, Ind.. spent the weekend hc>re wHh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rice, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Benedict, and Nancy, Peon'a, spent tho weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Merritt. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dougherty and his brother. W. R. Dougherty, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lee Manning of Jerseyville. to Peoria Sunday, where thoy spfnt. the day with Mr. and Mrs. Jrr- ry Meinders. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar King and Miss Annie Johnson, Alton, and Mrs. Nolle Gorham wer* guests of Mrs. Ollie Kempei Sunday, Miss Judy Cnallftcombe, Columbia, was a weekend guest of Miss Sharon Wedding. FOR CABINET WORK Sec ALTON FIXTURE & EQUIPMENT CO, 2714 E. Bdwy. Phone 2-4362 Perfume Thai Clings FENNY: I've just made the most sensational discovery! Houbigant Chantilly Liquid Skin Sachet-a creamy pink perfume that really clings. SAUT: Smells divine. But what makes it cling? MNNY: It's Chantilly perfume that makes it smell to heavenly, and the sachet that makes it cling. You put it right on your »kin, and no where else. SAUV: But don't you have to use an awful lot to make it last like that? PENNY: Not this! Just » few drops cling for hours. You really owe it to yourself to try it. It's real perfume for only 52.00 plus tax at your THRIFTV DRUG STORES When Elected. STRAUBE Will... ELECT—A Qualified Man ELECT—A Conscientious Man ELECT—An Energetic Man 1. Be available at all times. 2. Devote full time to th« office o£ Coroner. 3. Conduct all Inquests. 4. Re-establish the office «C Coroner in the County Court House. 5. Cooperate with the States Attorney's office in carrying out the duties of th« Coroner's office in accordance with the Constitutioa and the Statutes of th« State of fllinois. Vote for • REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR WM.G."Bill" STRAUBE CORONER MADISON COUNTY TUES., NOV. Mh GREATEST GASOLENE BARGAIN IN THE WHOLE MIDWEST! 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