WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31,1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE: Rites Set for 2:30 P.M. Paul Keeler, Bethel Pastor, To Be Ordained Sunday MEDORA — Raul Keelor, pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church, will be ordainod to the ministry at special services Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the Bethel Church. Di. Roland Turnbull, president of Shurtleff College, Alton, will preach the ordination sermon. The Rev. John Scott, Winchester, urea representative, will preach at the evening service. Birthday Dinner MEDCRA — Mr. and Mrs. By: BILL EVERS VOTE! The right to vote is one which we should exercise most carefully. For, through this right, we best can choose the OUPS who best reflect our views. Should WR neglect to cast that vote, our negligence would then denote that we don't care what may be done or how the country may be run. Select masonry paint with care and you'll choose ROX. It becomes part of the masonry .surface itself as it seals the surface and protects against the heaviest rains. It Is guaranteed not to blister or peel. It adds a distinctive beauty. For further facts, call nl EVPM Paint & Wiillpapor Store, 1112 Milton Ilond, Alton. Phone 2-7289. T. B. Ruyle entertained with a birthday dinner Sunday, honoring their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Ruyle, Palmyra. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. T. 13. Ruyle Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruyle, Mrs. .1. L. Tober, Billy and Clifford Ruyle. Farewell Supper MEDORA — A farewell potluck supper will be given atSum- merville Presbyterian Church Friday at 6:30 p. m. for their pastor, Rev. Kenneth Bowc- and family. Rev. Bower has accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Staunton. Next Sunday will be his last service with the Presbyterian church here. This supper will also be for the October, November and December birthdays. Church Service- MEDORA — Laymen's Day war, observed at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at the preaching hour. The theme of the service was "The Truth Shall Make You Free". A. E. Frueh was the leader and others taking part in the program were Earl Stnmk, M. F. Dodge, Miss Anita Chism Mrs. A. E. Frueh and Maurice Wilson. Church Notes MEDORA — Thursday evening will be missionary night at the Christian Church when the Women's Circle will meet with the church and begin the study of mission fields. Jamaica will be the first field studied. The Rev. Loyal Gallaher, pastor, will speak before a women's FASTEST COLOR FILM PROCESSING Movie Films, Slides, and Pictures IN THIS AREA Sent DIKECT to Eastman Kodak DAILY BRING YOUR FILM TO FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 230 E. BROADWAY DIAL 2-2832 Open Every N1U Till 10 Medora W.C.T.U. To Meet Friday MEDORA — The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will have a short meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Warner, following the Community Day meeting al the Methodist church. The Medora Homo Bureau meeling, scheduled for Friday afternoon, has been postponed until Nov. 19. The Kemprr Home Bureau will have a special projects meeting at Kemper Hall Thursdi y. It will be an all-day meeting with a pot-luck dinner at noon. The Married Couple's class of the Baptist church has postponed a meeting scheduled for Friday night. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mrs. Nelle Warner spent Monday at St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Wilson, Morrisonville, visited Sunday evening with Mrs. James Ryan and her sister, Mrs, Lucy Zeek, accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gaffney and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halemeyer at frolden Eagle. Mr. and Mrs. Kd McAliney and Miss Sadie McAliney of Hagaman -.vere guests Monday of Mrs. Cassie Ruyle. Mrs. Sarah Crist find daughter, Miss Helen, Greenfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Owings. Canton, visited Sunday with Mrs. Bess Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fricker and diui'hler and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricker and sons, Billy and David, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cox, Plainview. Mrs. E. T. 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Net income totaled $14.299.715 and was equal to $1.08 a share on common stock oul standing, compared with a net of $12,514,568, equal to a dollar a share, in the Like 195.) period. Reported results for both 1956 and 1955 include non-operating income approximating 10 per cent of the cumulative net profit. The 1956 non-operating income includes profits from the sale of timberlands (announced earlier this year) and of certain assets not directly related to the corporation's principal operations, less applicable losses. In addition, a reserve provision has been established for losses which may result from the liquidation of comparable assets before the year-end, Nichols added. For nine months ending Sept. 30, 1956, the corporation's sales in the United States and Canada totaled $455.542,174, compared with $409,141,699 in the like 1955 period, an increase of 11.3 per cent. Total net income in this period amounted to $35,903,232 or $2.7] a share, compared with $32,456,307 or $2.60 a share. The $2.60 earning in the first nine months of last year reflected a smaller average number of common shares outstanding in the 1955 period. Dividend Declared During the quarter, the Board of Directors declared a dividend of 50 cents a share to be paid September 10 to stockholders of record August 17. The regular quarterly payment of $1.0625 on the 4.25 per cent Convertible Preferred Stock was declared payable to holders of record November 16. During the quarter the corpora- lion and Revere Copper and Brass, Inc., announced the formation of a jointly-owned subsidiary to produce 180,000 tons of aluminum annually. Olin Mathieson has made a long-term contract with the new subsidiary for 120,000 tons of aluminum annually, and Revere for 60,000 tons. The revised program will provide Olin Mathieson with a greatly increased supply of aluminum at a signficantly lower cost per ton, and will place the corporation in a better position to meet the expanding needs of its fabricating facilities. New Affiliate The new affiliate, Olin Revere Metals Corp., will own the alumina plant to be built on the Gulf Coast, the enlarged reduction plant now wider construction near Glaring- ton, Ohio, and the major portion of the electric power generating facilities. Arrangements have been made for the increased bauxite ore requirements. Olin Mathieson's direct capital outlay for Oiin Revere Metals Corporation will therefore be substantially less than required under the corporation's original plan for entering the primarly aluminum industry, Nichols said. The corporation has sold its Bradley container division, manufacturers of plastic tubes and bottles, to American Can Co., and its Lentheric division to Helene Cur- tis Industries, Ire. Tnes» transactions are consistent with the corporation's program of concentrating its energies and resources in Ms major fields o! industrial activity. 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