Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1958 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 15, 1958
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 15, IBSi Rain Halts Resurfacing &MHS£fi Of Wood River Streets WOOD RIVER *- Sealcoating Wife ift fHe city has been temporally curtailed because of the wet Weather, City Manager Kraft said Me toM of plans to sealcoal MWKSs at Belk Park as soon as weather permits. The roads will be a&tfeoated from Rock Mill road fllto the Rotary shelter house. The summer motor fuel tax pro- grant inside the city will resume when the weather clears up, Kraft said. Madison nvenue has been finished from Fourth to Six street an 4 Penning avenue will be worked next. thtl Hummer's work on arterial Rfeett will primarily include, for tht first time, those city streets improved under the street im provement bond Issue passed in 1954. Other work is continuing at Belk Park on schedule, Kraft said, with 'volunteer crews for the past two weekends clearing underbrush at the site where picnic tables benches and barbeque ovens will be installed. M«. Leslie Wright, chairman o the Wood River Township Cham her of Commerce recreation com millee, has been working at the park for the past few weeks with two boys. The volunteer crews, led bj Wiley Jones, who met with the city council last week to offer aid have been helping in the clearing and will make home-made oven to 'Supplement two ready-made ones that the city will erect at thf> park for this weekend. Kraft said that the first picnic tablet will be taken to the park for this weekend and residents of the area are invited to start making use of the grounds. Later, park benches made by city employes will be taken to the site. He said 'that the city will experiment and make their own benches to cut down on the expense of buying them ready-made. Other activity at the Rock Hill location includes a city employe mowing weeds with a tractor and rotary mower and a part-time em- ploye cutting weeds by hand. Former Roxana T wirier In National Contest ROXANA — Miss Gale Cullen, daughter of Mrs. Irene E, Cullen, 848 Hazelwood, Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of Roxana 'and a former student at the Roxana High school has been receiving honors and awards in baton twirling She is now a top contender in the national baton twirling competition and was recently selected as "Miss June" by the Drum Major, a national maga zine. A» "Miss Juno" she will compete in the national final a Janes, Wit., for "Miss Major' of 1959. Wail* Miss Cullen was a itu dent at the Roxana High schoo she was head majorette and a member of the Roxettes. She rep resented Roxana in competitions at the state music contests anc won awards in twirling. She also received the John Phillip Sousa award for outstandinj skills. Since leaving Roxana she has been 1957 Louisiana state win ner, second place winner in th< national open baton twirling contest held in Phoenix, wa named top talent act at th< Catholic Youth Organization var iety show in 1958 and outstand ing talent at the Arizona Slat College at Flagstaff music cam. last summer. This year she has added fir twirling to her skills. She grad uated this year from Phoeni Union High School and plans t enter Arizona State College a Tempe, Arizona this fall, little league Oamee ROXANA — In Little Leagu baseball play Monday evening o the park diamond, the Gian beat the Dodgers"by 13 to 1 • Winning batteries were Benkle and Lockett and for the loser Kerr and Stanich. The Cardinals defeated th Braves by 17 to 7. Winning ba terlei were Kunz and Slushe District 13 Board Hires 3 Teachers EAST ALTON — Members of rade School District 13 Board f Education met in special sea- on Monday night and approved he hiring of three new teachers nd a building custodian for the 958-59 school year. Those hired and their positions »re: Robert Hubbard, elementary assroom teacher; Mrs. Robert [Ubbard, vocal music teacher; nd Gene Rhoads, physical education instructor. James Gregry was hired as custodian. The only other business con- ucted at the meeting was the eviewing and discussion of the chool policy. Pet Show Set For Wednesday At Hartford HARTFORD-There will be a 'Pet Show" held at the local ilayground for all ages Wednes- ay at 1 p.m. under the supervi- ion of -the recreation director, Dean Calvin. Prizes will be awarded for the best groomed" pet, the "larg- st" pet, the "tiniest" pet, the most unusual" pet, the pet "with ie longest tail" and various ottv rs. Calvin reported that the run-off the table tennis tournament as been completed and winners n the various divisions were: harles Zagar for boys age 7-9, ance Fulkerson for boys age 1012, Carl Zagar for boys age 13- i, and Janet,Allen for the girls ivision. Each winner was pre- ented with a medal for his or her pecific division. Calvin stated that the cork ball )urnament will begin July 23, nd all contestants are to start registering now so that teams can je formed in advance. The teth- ball tournament has been cheduled for the week of July 0, and anyone interested in tak- ng part in the tournament may Contact Mr. Calvin for the neces- ary information. Teenage Dance HARTFORD—A teenaged ance vill be held at the local play- round under the sponsorship of he Junior Women's Club Thursday evening immediately follow- ng a band concert by the Wood River Municipal Band at 7:30 p.m. Chester Hughes will direct the band and the segment of the band known as the "Wood Cats" will play for the dance. Miule Recital HARTFORD — Miss Jane Cain presented nine of her pupils in a recital at the First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon and afterwards played several selections herself. Those who appeared on the program were: Dennis Brown, Lile, Linda Tupper, Dottye Rushton, Sandra Dively, Pamela Goode, Sandra Pogue and Carroll White. Pack Planning HARTFORD — There will be a Planners meeting for scouters of Pack 29, at the shelter house at the local playground Wednesday at 8 p.m. Cubmaster Jesse Cooper will be in charge and all committeemen, den mothers and helpers are urged to be present so that plans for the summer months may be made. Fire Auxiliary HARTFORD—Members of the Firemen's Auxiliary will attend the sectional meeting of the Firemen's Auxiliary at Bethalto at 7:30 p.m. today. Those who would like transportation may contact the secretary, Herman Kuehnel prior to 7 p.m. TRAFFIC HAZARD? The intersection of U.S. Alt. 67 and West Ferguson avenue west of Wood River has drawn widespread attention because of recent accidents there. "Yield* Corner Near W. River right-of-way" signs caution both west and southbound motorists with north* bound traffic having the right of way. —Staff Photo. Driving Habits, Not Hazard, Creates Traffic Accidents WOOD RIVER — "Established driving habits by area motorists' and not a "traffic hazard" were given as reasons for the recent accidents at the intersection of U. S Alt. 67 and West Ferguson Avenue west of the city. Both City Manager Kraft and E. W. Riefler, district traffic engineer for the state highway department, gave this opinion on Monday. They said that the "accident po tential" at the corner is presently high because area^ motorists have been accustomed to turning left toward Wood River without any danger of northbound traffic in the past and haven't re-oriented their driving habits. The intersection has been the scene of several motor vehicle collisions since U. S., Alt. 67 was opened south to traffic a month ago. None have resulted in either a fatality or serious injury. Wood River police have assisted in four of the accidents in that time, even though it is technically out of their jurisdiction and under control of state highway patrolmen. Suggest* Light! Kraft did suggest that perhaps a "blinker light" might be installed there to caution drivers. Riefler said that a study is now being made of other intersections Exchange Club Will Meet At Camp Levis EAST ALTON. — Don Ott. Exchange Club president, announced today that members of the club will hold a social meeting Wednesday night at Camp Warren Levis. Members of the group .will participate in outdoor activities of- 'ered at the camp. Wheel Covers Stolen EAST ALTON — Benjamin Leary, 790 Fifth St., reported the theft of two wheel covers from his car to police this morning. The iub caps, which are valued at $5 a piece, were stolen from his car slmetime Monday night while it was parked at his home, according to police. Radiator Hose Bursts; Midget Driver Burned Wood River RNA Meeting Set Thursday WOOD RIVER. — The charte ill be draped in memory of Mrs Estella Kettler at the Thursday meeting of the Royal Neighbors f America at the Odd Fellow Hall. The meeting will feature a noon ime covered dish dinner to be ollowedh by a brief busines meeting and social hour. Mrs. Mike Schiber and Mrs Eva Slaughter will serve as host in the area and could be made of this particular one to determine its usage. Police Chief Coutre took a differ ent view and termed the intersection a "real traffic hazard." Coutre suggested the installation of driving broke 1 . EAST ALTON. — Paige Baker 497 California Ave,, was admittec to Wood River Township Hospi tal Monday for treatment of sec ond degree burns to his legs suf fered Saturday when the radiator hose of a race car which he wa WOOD RIVER—Members of the moma Class of the First Baptis Church will entertain their fam ies at a picnic and outing a helter House No. 2, Westernei Iub Grounds, 6 p.m. Thursday. Roxana ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs Charles Schwartz and two son ave moved into the property o /Ir. and Mrs. James ;H. McSherry nd daughters on Doerr avenue, who Have moved to Herrin wher e has been transferred Schwartz is an employe of th Laclede Steel Company. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ball an daughter, Beverly, have returne o their home in Cheshire, Conn after visiting their daughter an family, Mr. and Mrs. Norma Baker, who was driving a mid get auto racer in competition a a track in Danville, was taken to St. Elizabeth's Hospital there fo] lowing the mishap. He was released from the Danville hospital on Sunday, but upon his return was advised to en ter the Wood River hospital by his local doctor. His condition was reported as "good" this morning by hospita authorities. A three-way stop at the corner. At present, westbound motorists stop at the corner to await traffic because of a stop sign. Southbound motorists, who wish to turn left, are reminded of the oncoming northbound vehicles with a "yield- right-of-way" sign. , The same holds true for westbound motorists who wish to turn south with northbound traffic having the right-of-way without any caution or stop signals. All three officials agreed that visibility at the corner was almost Missionaries Visit perfect. Kraft also reviewed two other major crossings in the city's corporate limits maintained by the state where he felt that additional traffic control devices would be desirable. He has informed the state of his requests concerning both locations. One is Die intersection of a roadway running between Main Street and U. S. Alt. 67 at the Wood River Drainage and Levee District pump house and leading to Stand ard Oil Co. property on the river side of the levee. Should Be Controlled Kraft said that this crossing, which has also figured in recent accidents, "creates a hazard and warrants some type of traffic control device." and for the and Hines. losers Dona and Wood River VFW Women To Operate Stands At Festival WOOD RIVER. — Plans were made Monday evening by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to sponsor a number of refreshment stands at the summer {'estiva) being sponsored by the Post. The festival will be held Thursday through Sunday at the Post grounds, featuring carnival rides, novelty stands, food, etc., in con* junction With the 25th anniversary oi tbe organization. The grounds will open at 6 p.m. eaob eveatog to operate through the wtPing hours. Matinees will ba hety ftatucday and Sunday alt- wltb wdwoed rates for tn« carnival rides, general »ttb Otto Kawak as of the a*»i Mrs Say lor, Saturday and Mrs. Hulda Hill, Sunday. Members may volunteer their services by contacting the above named chairmen. Mrs. Jack Creekmore, Mrs. to Kassak, Mr«. Gilbert Jaynes and Mrs. O'Keilie Summers were selected a.s delegates to the na< tional convention Aug. 17-22 in New York City. Named as alter- South Roxana Chuch SOUTH ROXANA — The Rev and Mrs. Herbert Wald and three children of Easton, North Carolina, were guests at the Bethe Free-Will Baptist Church Sunday evening. The Waids are leaving soon to go to Japan as missionaries, Leaves For England SOUTH ROXANA —Mrs. Bob (Pamela Ann) Cunningha/n an< 14-month-old daughter Cheryl Lynn, left by plane Friday for Harts, England, where she wil visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed Parker for a month. She wired her husband she arrived safely Saturday morning. The other intersection is at Edwardsville Road and Ninth Street Rosewood Class To where, according to an accident spot map maintained by city police, has a higher accident frequency than any in the city. Since October 1955 when traffic islands were created there, there have been 33 incidents of motor vehicle collisions and 11 in which automobiles struck the islands. Six of the accidents resulted in injuries. At present, east and westbound traffic has the right-of-way with south and northbound traffic observing stop signs. Kraft said thai Have Picnic Thursday ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Stu dents of the fourth srade Sunday School class of St. Paul's Methodist Church and their familie will enjoy a picnic and outing Thursday. The group wjll meet at the church at 10 a.m. to motor to Crystal Lake near Jersey ville where they will be guests of Mrs J. B. Randolph and Mrs. W. Rollins, class teachers. Trans be furnished. cms complaints have been filed with the city because of the undue "waiting time" it takes for north nates are Mrs. Hulda Hill. Mrs. and southbound vehicles to get on Villa FVaily. Mrs. John Sly and I Mrs. Saylor. || Mrs. Saylor, president, announced the Madison County Council meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Cottage Hills Post. Aug. 12-13 was reported as the dates the Red Cross bJoodmabtlc will be stationed at the VPW Hall. The unit voted to solicit donors. Mrs, Lena Sly was awarded the prize of the evening's games. R*. Edwardsville Road. In his letter, he suggested eithe the employment of four-way stoj signs or a stop-and-go light. fraahznents were served lira. fcyaJ the uolal hour. SOFT NATEI U-KASN 32 Spetd Queen Washers 8 Large Dryers Qpm 24 Hours • Day-7 Dayi • WMk 432 N. WOOD RIVER AVE. wooo tivu sses. Class Picnic Set Irouch and children of 133 Brushy Grove and with the daughter-in-law, Mrs. Donal Ball, who is currently residing Alton with her parents while he husband is in service. MaminffSpeaksQn Wills,*««* Mflr * ftr< * mmlim M v . , !.o\ M* Patricia KeUer Queen Of Estates At Rotary Meet WOOD fttVfill -Francis Man- Ing, charter member and tocal ttorney, provided ths program or Wood River Rotarians Men- ay, speaking on "Wills and Estates." Manning reviewed pertinent In- ormation on filing wills and pro- atihg estates in instances where o wills were made. tie said that three persons are required to sign ft will, in the resence of the other two. None f the two witnesses in a case ke this can serve as executor or dministrator of the will, Mann- ng said. Executors must be residents of ie state. For court purposes, he aid, the last dated will is the uthentic one even though a per- on "may change his will 20 imes a day." Manning also reviewed the order of heirship from the wife Or hlldren down through the cous- ns. He said that the federal tax >n estates is based on all proper- y, insurances, etc., at full value n joint tenancy. The state inheritance tax is as- leased for half the share of any property or money left to a person named in a will. Howard Gold, new president, reviewed the director and com- nittee assignments for the com- ng year. Directors are: Bill Luening club service; Alvin K. Stolze community service; Sid Cahoon, vocational service; and Charles Reuter, international service. Committee chairmen are Quentine Dickmann, fellowship; Harion Wilcox, program; Richard Coffeen, attendance; Andrew Lessner, membership classifies ion and music; Alvin A. Stolze nformation; Harry Thiel, club bulletin; Leland Kraft, communi- y analysis; Orville Brunjes youth service; Bryant Harrod on. rural-urban; Emmett Howard myer and seller relationships; Stan Jozwiak, four-way test; Lou Jutterworth, trade associations and Carl Kayser, interhationa service. For steering and planning purposes, Gold will head the aims and projects committee and Luening the club service committee All committee chairmen were asked to make" written reports in he near future for transmission .o the District Governor. An nouncement was also made tha the club bulletin will appear be ginning next week twice a month Visiting Rotarians were: Gus Rothemal, East St. Louis; AlCas sens, Sol Mack, George Hawe, and George Vernon, Edwards ville; Chuck Freeman, Rudy Green, Don Schuchow, Bol Goulding and I. H. Streeper, A! ton; Kermit Harden, Pete Davis and Carl Rogers, Bethalto; anc Ed Meng, Granite City. Carl Stanton, editor of th Wood River Journal, was a gues of Gold. ^, Homecomin To Pick ASC Committee Wednesday EDWARDSVILLE - - Delegate! lected by farmers in the various ommunlties ot Madison County will meet at the Edwardsville Na- lonal Bank & Trust Company Wednesday morning to elect a 'ounty ASC committee, Earl P. leid, office manager for the c-'in- committee announced Saturday. The committee to be elected will ke composed of three regular and wo alternate members, The group will take office Aug. 1 and will serve for one year or until another election is held. The committee will be in charge of the balance of he present years program and the programs for 1959. Committee members whose erms expire July 31 are: Edwin C. Rethmeier, chairman; Albert Ernst, Albert F. Eberhart, Wil mr W. Blackburn and Charles Schoenbaum. Pill Oak Home Unit To Meet Thursday EDWARDSVlLLE-The Pin Oak unit of the home bureau will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Tilden Helmlch. Mrs.. John PATRICIA KELl Antenen and will present Miss Mary the major Minier lesson, Your Emotions and Your Health'.'. The 4-H Debs will give a sandwich demonstration. Co-hostesses for the meeting will Mrs. John Faust, Mrs. W. W. Blackburn and Mrs. Delores Dix- Club to Meet EDWARDSVILLE—The Victory Mothers 'will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Susie Mayberry, Mrs. Eunice McCracken and Mrs. Lucy Quade. May Be On TV EDWARDSVILLE—A report on this year's wheat variety test plot results will be given by Madison County Farm Adviser Truman W. May on television station KMOX- TV, channel 4, at 6:30 a.m. Thursday on Ted Mangner's "Town and Country" program. The new sweet corn crop will also be discussed. 2 Bicycles Stolen Mrs. Joseph Dondanville of 1420 Henry St., informed police Monday afternoon that, after arrival home from a trip outside the city, it was found that bicycles of her children had disappeared. The bicycles stolen were described as a boy's wheel with 26-inch frame and a girl's model of Schwinn make. Boys Turn Over Money, Purse To Policeman Two boys, 10 and 11, won places on the police department honor roll after handing a policeman a purse containing $9 which they had found at Broadway and Pearl street, late Monday afternoon. The boys, listed as Mike King 10, of 566 Highland Aye., and Mike Cassidy, 11, of 562 Highland, hurried up to policeman Louis Bowman when he made a traffic enforcement stop at 1300 E. Broadway. One of the youngsters tendering the purse said "We just found this; there's money in it." The policeman opened the purse, and with-the boys looking on to check his count, found contained a $5 bill and four bills. When the purse was taken to the police desk by Bowman, it was found to contain An identification card with the name of Robert Martin of Edwardsville. Alton Kiwanians At Mitchell Meeting Four members of Alton Kiwanis Club journeyed to Mitchell Monday night to attend a meeting of the club there, and to present the traveling gavel. The gavel, a symbol of authority, is taken to a club, then that club must take it to another within two weeks. It was received by Alton from the Raymond club and last night Past President E< Leamon, Vice President Pau Bott, Conrad Fichtel and Robert Graul took the gavel to the Mitchell-Chouteau Township club BUNKER MILL—Miss Patricia Keller, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keller, wa* crowned queen of the Bunker Hill Home* coming Sunday night by Mayof Jim Hazelrigg. The homecdmlni was sponsored by the American Legion Miss Martha Foreman, daugh* ter ot Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Foreman, was the only other can* didate for queen and she served as mald-of-honor. Miss Margaret Moulton, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Tom Moulton, was the retiring queen. The queen was escorted by Gerald Morris, Miss Foreman by Jim Welch, and Miss Moulton by Eldon Sauerweln. Flower girls [were: Ann Jenkins and Bobby iurley and the crownbearer was Mike Hurley. Miss Carolyn Fahrenkrog was pianist. Miss Charlyne Koch was th« master of ceremonies and pre* ented the queen with • check for $25 and a charm brace- et in behalf of the Legion. Mlsi Foreman also received a check for $25 and a charm bracelet and .he retiring queen, Miss Moulton, received a charm bracelet Miss Koch also presented the flower girls and crownbearer with gifts. Bunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL—W. E. Haxel and George Link left early Friday morning for Canada. They will spend 10 days at a. fishing resort there. Seventy-three youngsters completed the Red Cross Swim program at Carlinville Friday. Toastmasters Hear Talk By Vidmar Monday night at Mineral Springs Hotel, Toastmasters heard William Vidmar issue an ultimatum to the American people to either get to work or experience another slump such as we have just been through. He stressed that primary contributions to our economic recession in this country are the lack of hard work and intelligent organization on the part of labor, management' atod seller, and the fact that wage rates have increased twice as fast as productivity. Toastmaster was Victor L. Stamps. Alan Riehl presented the table topic, "If You Were Dictator". Other speakers Included Ellis Bick, Melford Bowker, and Ted Schlafly. William Glenn was general evaluator and individual critics were Charles Htitze, Don Spain, Tom Fichtel and Alan Riehl. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily YOUR OWN East Alton WINNERS OF AIRPLANE RIDES Your Chicago Till* Iniurance Policy U backtd Hr««0tfc than any oihf r titlt protection y«u ton obtain. THMI Will STfM in bvyinf rial titatf I. |M e rmffpr *r fcwIWw. Ht will ihsw y«M f««ft v*lvM. lev* you WU le»k ofor I. Mwi A* Hi » Cttote TMe t'i VAtf f IflW —tndnoflnir protection th*n « Chicago TMIo Inturmnc* Policy Perhaps you we about to chooft one of tht many fine home* now offered by builders and realtor* A word of counsel: when you buy, insist that the •eller provide a Chicago Title Insurance Policy. Then, should anyone ever question your title as insured (and that can always happen, no matter how old the flaw!), Chicago Title and Trust Company will defend it for you. The company will bear the full cost oi litigation -and promptly pay any lota CHICAOO e PANVIUI e OTTAWA e IPWAIDWUi e MT, VWMQM f SFIMWIUP iwiM* l*»Uy KM 01MKU tttViCI by . , t Madboii County Abstract and Tltte Company MICHAEL LINK 615 Ohio St., Ea$t Alton SLENDA SMITH South Roxana GEORGE FULKERSON 3336 E. Broadway, Alton RONNIE EVERETT 136 E. Sixth, Roxana R. L SHENKE ..2212 Sanford, Alton ALBERT MIKOLASEK 217 Cardot, East Alton GLENN BENTLEY 617 Broadway, East Alton LORENE BARNES 502 California, East Alton MRS. V. G, CHRISTOPHER... .408 Sullivan, Eait Alton MILDRED SHEPHARD 119 Shamrock, East Alton MARY BIRO 300 E. Drive, Eait Alton SALLY CARYELL .509 E. Main, East Alton HAROLD RIGGINS....200 W. MeCatland, Eait Alton EMILY EARL .301 Washington, Eait Alton ROBT. PARSONS 324 Oak Drive, East Alton GEO. E, McPHERSON 339 S, Oak St., Eait Alton GARY NETTLETON 502 Valley Dr., Eait Alton DUNCAN BLOCK. 608 California, Eait Alton . RONALD HAAS 421 Cobb, Eait Alton PERRY O. CAMPBELL..;....£. Delmar Ave., Godfrey EDW. PITT Bex 88, Moro, III. RICHARD WILSON Box 108A, Rt. I, Bethalto BOB BESAW 210 Franklin Ave., Edwardivilla PATRICIA BESAW 210 Franklin Ave., Edwardfvilla SAMMY SMITH, 1063 Inwood U, Eait Alton PHILIP HENDRICKS .108 E. Watkini, Eait Alton LAXNE N. DEWLEN 114 Cooper, Eait Alton LESTER E. MABERRY..........435 Central, Bethalto ROBT. HARDIN .„., .421 Weiterholdt, Eait Alton ROBERT STIEGLITZ..........6I9 N. Prairie, Btthalte DEBBIE LANDRETH......I434 Eberhardt, Edwardivllle ANDRIS LANDRETH Mero, III, MICHAEL MEFFORD.......708 Valley Dr., Eait Alton CAROLINE MAISQN.......700 Willoway, Eait Alton H. R. HELVIE 325 Sotier PI., Wood River FLOY.O R. STONE .212 Bond., Eait Alton VERA PANYIK 740 Ge?rge, Weed River JOYCE RAE DUGGER 631 Nevada, iett Alton MAURICE WELLS Bethalte JOHN H. STAPP , 3311 Lee St,, Alton SHIRLEY WILLIAMS..., Ea»t Alton ERWIN PLEGGE .......... ,602 Church Or,, lethalto MAMIE CANNEDY,., 400 Monroe, Eait Alton MRS. I. T, ERNST .........739 Woodlind, Eait Alton KENNETH DEANDUFF Forttt Hornet LARRY CLARK 355 Lecutt, i«tt Alton THOMAS FAHNESTOCK... .306 S. Ninth, Wood River MARIE IRAHER. 209 M C c*iUnd ( Eait Alton HAROLD HENDERSON.,.,, J09 Tomllnton, 6*it Alton MRS.JUUORICCI..,.. 333 Lagan,letWto •»

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