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SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE KINK Upver Alton News NMW or Want to Chat? Phone !»-««4« LOYD CARSON TO SPEAK AT ST. MARK'S CHURCH Loyd Carson, prominent Methodist lay leader, will deliver the message at the Sunday, 9:30 a.m. worship service at St. Mark's Methodist Church. Carson is principal of North Junior High School, superintendent of the Godfrey Methodist Church Sunday School, and a member of the district Board of Missions, which helped St. Mark's considerably in getting started. Clint Restameyer, local lay leader, will be leader of the service. The Rev. and Mrs. Earl F". Stover nre on vacation in the Phoenix, Ariz., area. They will return Aug. 6. The Scripture lesson at the service will" be read by Ralph Ryder. in other news: There will be no mid-week service this week. Sunday the youth will attend church at the Main Street Methodist Church, leaving St. Mark's at 7 p.mr Next Sunday, Aug. 5, the church will have another prominent speaker to deliver the message. Dr. Russell Grow will speak at the morning service. He is president of McKendree College. GUEST SPEAKERS AT UA BAPTIST IN AUGUST The Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Cochran of Upper Alton Baptist Church will be on vacation during August. They plan to visit with their family in Canada. Two guest speakers will deliver the messages on the four Sundays during which the pastor will be gone. Dr. M. C. Ballenger will speak Aug. 5 and Aug. 12, and the Rev. Alvin C. Porteous will speak Aug. 19 and Aug. 26. In other news: Leroy Fritz is directing the choir during the vacation this month of Mrs. O. V. Robinson. Board' of Christian Education will meet Sunday morning following services. J. T. ANDERSON WAS KNOWN IN UPPER ALTON J. T. Anderson, who was buried today, had members of his family in Upper Alton. Mr. Anderson died Thursday at Weod River Township Hospital and he will be buried at Upper Alton Cemetery. Mr. Anderson was well known in Upper Alton. His son-in-law is John Parks, 1804 Washington Ave. A son, Donald Anderson, resides at 1424 Milton Rd. Frank Brueggeman, another son-in-law, worked at the Alton Hardware and Paint Store in Upper Alton for many years, until recently. He lives on Fosterburg road. MRS. JESSEN'S BROTHER TO BE BURIED. MONDAY S. E. Adair, a brother of Mrs. Carl Jessen of 2621 College Ave., died Thursday at a hospital in Harvey. Mr. Adalr wai • frequent visitor in Alton. He was 59 and died after surgery. His home was in Homewood, a Chicago suburb. He also is survived by his wife and two vertebra which he received irt a fall. Miller had ascended a ladder to retrieve a basketball that had stuck in hoop at the Shell OU So. picnic last Saturday, and he fell while descending, landing on his bask, a member of the family said. He entered the hospital Thursday. His condition is satisfactory but it is not known when he will be discharged. He was expected tc be placed in a brace later, the family member said. Miss Dortha Milligan, 3712 Cofonado Dr., was expected to be discharged from Wood River Township Hospital today after she entered following an attack of appendicitis. Miss Milligan entered Thursday. Her condition is satisfactory. Gail Lee, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bruce, 2828 Sanford Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hospital where she underwent leg surgery Friday. Stengel To Tour County in Drifcc For Senate Seat Gail Lee will obse children. Funeral will be Monday at Homewood. Burial will be in Monee. Mr. and Mrs. Jessen, who operate the Jessen Conservatory of Music, will attend the funeral. Others will be in charge of the conservatory during their absence. STEEL SLIVER PIERCES CHEST, MAN WALKS AWAY Charles M. Greer, 2913 Werges Ave., was struck in the chest by a sliver of steel Thursday and the object will have (to be removed by surgery. The 29-year-old man was chiseling a piece of metal when a sliver apparently flew off and pierced his chest, just opposite the heart. Greer was working at the City Refrigeration Co. when the accident happened, a member of the family said. He was wearing a T-shirt and the object ripped right through it. The worker was X-rayed at Wood River Township Hospital, Thursday, shortly after the accident. He is expected to undergo surgery early next week for removal of the small piece of steel. The family member said Greer described it as feeling "like a bee sting" when he was struck. In other cases: Herbert Miller, 2304 Crawford St., is in St. Joseph's Hospital for treatment of a "cracked" ON PAID UP STOCK $100 PER SHARE ALTON birthday' in the hospital, Sunday. Her parents plan to bring her a cake. She entered Thursday but it Is not known when she will be discharged. Leonard Claxton, 3408 Badley Ave., was expected to be discharged today from St. Joseph's Hospital where he had entered Wednesday for treatment of an abdominal ailment. His condition id satisfactory. Edgar McGarvey, 513 Porter St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital where he is under treatment for a blood clot of the leg, a member of the family said. He entered Wednesday but it is not known when he will be discharged. Condition of the Shell Oil Co. employe is satisfactory. Mrs. Dave Bannister, 2809 Sunnyside St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital for treatment of arthritis and complications, a member of the family said. She entered Thursday in considerable pain, the family member added. Her general condition is satisfactory but it is not known when she will be discharged. O. A. Casey, 601 Milton Rd., is in Alton Memorial Hospital for a check up of an old condition, a member of the family said. He entered Wednesday but it is not known when he will be discharged. His condition is satisfactory. FEMALES MUTINY AT ONLY ARMY SITE IN ALTON The first mutiny on an Alton military installation occurred Friday when females who were guests at Western Military Academy attempted to have the last word. The day camp, which has had both boys and girls in its final week, has been a week-long arena for competition between the sexes. The girls had to iisten to what poor drivers women were, how frightfully wrong they threw a Softball or wielded a bat, or lifted a rifle. Females, oven those in the puppy stage, do not take well to this mass brow-beating by the males. Friday, the last day of the camp, the girls, by subterfuge still undetermined, lured the boys out of the dressing room after the final swim. The girls then invaded the place, gathered up every available shirt and dumped them into the swimming pool. Facts are hazy here because there has been some effort by .authorities at WMA to keep the news of thii mutiny from the press. It can be reported Btoutly, though, thai 15 boys wearing no shirts were met by their parents when the final bell rang. But grim-faced Western Military Academy officers, disturbed at this mutiny, gave the day to the boys at the final flag lowering. One of the officers announced that next year the boys would be permitted retaliation and if their tact'cs remained within the bounds of reason it would not be listed as a mutiny. As for the girls, there actions would be so considered. Mainly because, well, they were girls and above all Western is one of the few If not the only, plot of ground left in Alton that is devoted entirely to the benefit of the male. With that bit of straight-faced humor out of the way, the officer announced that the WMA Day Camp had been a resounding success for both the boys and girls and it would be continued next summer. SHOWER GIVEN FOR MRS. C. HEAULEY Mrs. Charles Headley, 2610 Walnut St., was honored Friday I night with a stork shower at the Main Street Methodist Church | dining rooms. Mrs. Bob Showers and Mrs. I Norman Showers were the host- I esses. Twenty-three guests attended. I She received many gifts. Highlight of the decorations was a Richard Stengel of Rock Island, Democratic candidate for United States senator, campaigning in a sound-equipped station wagon, will tour Madison County BRASS KEYS OF STEAM PIANO—Steam supplied from the engine room, through pipe at right with control valve, provides air pressure for notes of calliope on steamer Avalon. Clark Hawley, young resident of Charleston, W. Va., has been playing only two seasons, but there are very few calliope players of any age left on the river.—Staff Photo. Carrollton Area to meet two million voters before election day. j In Alton, Stengel will make appearances during the morning in front of the entrances of Owens Glass and Olin Industries plants. A Democratic women's reception is also scheduled during the late morning. In Wood River, a luncheon will be held for him at the Wood River Bakery, and he will appear at the main gate of the Standard Oil plant during the afternoon shift change. Stengel will also make appearances in Granite City. William F. Strebel Rites Set Monday JERSEYVILLE—Funeral services for William Fred Strebel, who died July 26, in California, will be held Monday at 9:30 a.m., in St. Francis-Xavier Church. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. The body will be at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home after 7 p.m.. today. ' The 15 million acres of forest land burned in 1949 fires was the smallest acreage loss of any single year in recent history. cake made in the form of a cradle. Games were played. Winners were Mrs. Amy Boyer, Mrs. Frank Petersen, Mrs. Kenneth Boyd,-and Mrs. Raymond Keiser. • , • DRIVER HITS FIRE PLUG AND POLE ON BROWN ST. A motorist lost control of his^ automobile when tie fell asleep at the wheel at 1:50 a.m. today and struck a fire hydrant at Brown and Spaulding streets. Police listed his name as Kenneth Dale Bilger, 36, of Scottsville. Men Place At Sports Festival CARROLLTON Dr. F. O. Whiteman of this city and Gary Fitzjarrell of White Hall each received third place honors in their various classes at the annual state Sports Festival Clay Pigeon event which was held Thursday at the Decatur Gun Club at Faires Park, Decatur. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Ward Burton of this city and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Burton and daughters of Joliet are spending the weekend in Normal with the Burton's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hammond. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Whiteman and family will leave Sunday on a vacation trip to the Smokies. Thursday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. George Henkle of Hettick and their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bontz and sons, Joe and George, of Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Bell of this city. Mrs. Henry Borlin has returned home from Taylorville where she spent s a few days at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. Frisch. CARROLLTON — Mrs. F. L. Imus has received word that her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Boe and son •ho are making their home in rankfurt, Germany, will leave here in early August on a two /eeks vacation-trip" 16 ^Sweden /here they will be guests of Miss Jlla Tysklind in Falun, Sweden Hiss Tysklind's brother in this said Bilger reported "fell asleep at the Police that he wheel." Water gushed from the hydrant until it was cut off by an Alton Water Co. crew. After striking the plug and utility pole the machine continued on until Bilger was able to halt it in the intersection. The car was removed by Haper tow. A charge of careless driving was lodged against Bilger. CALVARY BAPTIST GETS CITY OKAY FOR BUILDING A city permit was granted Friday to the Calvary Baptist Church for its long-proposed addition to the educational facilities. The permit was for a structure valued at an estimated $125,000 and dimensions given were that the building would be 130 by 46% feet. COL. MOORE TO HEAD OFFICER TRAINING Col. C. H. Moore of Western Military Academy left today for Chicago, where he will be commanding officer for a two-weeks Army reserve officers training school at Ft. Sheridan. He was accompanied by Mrs. Moore. In other news at the academy: Capt. Lane Goodwin, varsity coach, expects to leave soon for a two-weeks' activity at Camp McCoy, Wis. His wife and son are already in Wisconsin at nearby Sparta where her parents reside. Her father is a surgeon. Capt. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin are vacationing in southeast Missouri and they are expected to return to the academy Monday. CALVARY YOUTHfi BACK FROM CAMP Royal Ambassadors of Calvary Baptist Church have returned from the Southern Baptist Camp, near Pincneyville. Richard Musgrave was chosen star camper of the week. This is given to one of the campers who have excelled during the sessions. Dale Parrish, Tommy Jenkins and Bill Dawson were in the honor cabin, another award for ex celling in keeping their quarters trim. Their cabin also won 'the softball championship. Young Jenkins and Bob Meloy also won camp honors. Others who attended were Paul Batson, Wesley NitscUe. ountry is a friend of the Imusj and Boe families. Parents of Son CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. dichael Carmody of Chicago are he parents of a son born Thursay in Boyd Memorial Hospital n this city. This is the first child f the couple. Mrs. Carmody is ie former Betty Johnessee, aughter of Clarence Johnesee f this city and Carmody is the on of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Car- iody also of this city. Return From Vacation CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carter and son returned hursday from a vacation which hey spent in Bunceton, Mo., 'here they were guests of Mr. nd Mrs. G. W. Lowe, former iaiTOllton residents. They also visited Bagnell Darn nd Clearwater Lake in the! •zarks and were guests of Mr.! ton - lll > is «>mptet ] «e her work nd Mrs. Milbrun Clifford and for the summer as assislan amily in Vulcan, Mo. The Clif- or^s are also former Carrollton esidents. Undergoes Surgery Miss Zoa Simonds of this city as taken to Boyd Memorial Hospital in Simpson's ambulance arly Friday morning where she I I DRESSEL-YQUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Greene Rural Youth imming Parly ige CARROLLTON - The Greene lounty Rural Youth accompanied by Miss Mary Lake, assistant home adviser went to Jacksonville Thursday evening where they had a swimming party a Nichols Park. In the group were Miss Peggy Schnelt, Miss Janet Keller, Miss Frances Schrielt, Miss Mary Helen Vandersand, Miss Mary Lou Huyear, Miss Donna McGuire, Donald Steinacher, Peter Steinacher, James Vandersand Donald Masters, Miss Eleanor Masters, Miss Kay Crouch, Donald Kesinger, Miss Helen Koster Donald McGuire, James Vandergriff and Robert Brooks. 48 Take Purse Making Lesson CARROLLTON — Forty eight members of the Greene County Home Bureau took the lesson on the making of purses from straw which was given -Thursday in the Farm Bureau Hall by Mrs. O. J McNeff of Mt. Sterling. Carrollton Pastor And Family on Vacation CARROLLTON — The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Pitsch and daughters left today for 'Peoria where they will spend a part of their vaca tion visiting their parents, Rich ard Pitsch and Mr. and Mrs. E. J Hefner. They will attend a reunion o the Hefner family Sunday at Mag nolia and will go on to Chicago t spend a few days with Mrs Pitsch's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burmeister Before returning home they wi also visit relatives in Remington Ind. The Rev. Pitsch is the pasto of the local Methodist Church. Hospital Notes Alton Memorial , MEDICAL bseph Harper, Godfrey jale Long, 504 Mill i'red Winslow, 3520 Hoover Mrs. Elizabeth Dehner, 217 West Elm Barbara Suhre, Bethalto Villiam Drumm, East Alton fuanita Bigham, 908 East Fifth Patricia Shaw, Rt. 1, Moro John James Barrett, 207 W. Elm SURGICAL Ibseph L. Farmer, Jerseyville John J. Keith, Jr., 2624 Watalee tfrs. Verna Novle, Rt. 1 Grafton fohn Ray Alexander, Dorchester Taylor, Wood River DISMISSALS Gorman Steiner, Roxana tfrs. Wanda Dover, East Alton John Hand, Jr., 201 East Sixth Terry Guntrum, Hartford Calvin Forbes, Rt, 1, Alton William Kimbro, 1606 Greenvveod Anthony Grems, East Alton Mrs. Rose Eppel, 1223 Fairway Charles W. Swift, 614 Sheppard Mrs. Harriet Stobbs, 3525 East College Sirs. Grace Koehne, 228 Alben L,loyd Blasa, 401 Brown Mrs. Naomi Ingersoll, Rt. 1, Hardin Wood River Township DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary E. Jennings, 2307 Belle, Alton Mrs. Roberta L. Hibbard, 213 Victory, East Alton Greene Home Bureau Budget Committee 1 Meets CARROLLTON — Members o the budget committee of the Greene County Home Bureau met in business session Frida> at 1 :30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Hall. Members of the committee ar< Mrs. Lee Witt, Mrs. Maurice Melvin, Mrs. Darreil Ash, Mrs George S^.hild and Mrs. Fred Wagner. Lake Completes Work CARROLLTON — Miss Mary Lake, a member last year of thi of the sch ° o1 in Washing Mrs. Madeline thalto I. Griggs, Be' home adviser in Greene Countj Aug. 1. This is Miss Lake's set-onr summer in the county assisting especially with the youth program which is sponsored jointly by the Greene County Home Bureau and the Greene County nderwent surgery upon arrival. I Farm Bureau Entertain At Fish Fry CARROLLTON-Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lorene I. Corrigan, 61; Leonard, Alton Miss Norma E. • Woods, South Roxana Mrs. Naomi R. Rose, Cottage Hills Mrs. Grace E. Miller, 100 Bond East Alton Gary Wayne Austin, 322 E George, East Alton Donna Jean Wakeford, 128 South Thirteenth Mrs. Emma F. Fisher, 5V Brookside, Alton James S. Belcher, 335 Lorena St. Joseph's MEDICAL James Irvin; 504 State Robert Davenport, Cottage Hills Mrs. Nyda Helmantoler, 620 First St., Wood River Mrs. Lena Green, 824 Market James Crivello, 2436 Henderson Paul Pfaff, 1025 Sanford Mrs. Eva Bentley, 617 Broadway East Alton Mrs. Elise Weirich, 1008 Eas: Seventh Miss Jeanette May, 3300 Fern wood SURGICAL Mrs. Caroline Vandevord, 305 Whitelaw, East Alton Mrs. Ann Ringering, Bethalto Rondeil Smith, Medora Miss Kathy Jean Ferando, 70 Northdale Garland Payne, 1500 East Fourtl DISMISSALS Anthony Bosich, 246 Westwood PL, East Alton Mrs. Nannie Carter, 1619 Marke Mrs. Jeanette Downing, Brighton William Eisner, 2622 Bostwick Mrs. Barbara Gaghen, Rt. 1 Godfrey Mrs. Opal Coins, Rt. 1. Clark S' Jesse Kennedy; 310 Dooley Dr. Mrs. Laura Krantz, Rt. 1, God frey Gale Livengood, No. 2 Woodcre; Leonard Scheibe, 824 Brown, Alton Mrs. Mary Sesock, 70 Madison Wood River Mrs. Katherine Turner, 1801 Er vay Mrs. Ruby Williamson, 1802 Mar ket Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. James Ringhausen, Hardin Mrs. Henry Ludwig, Jerseyvill SURGICAL Mrs. Joe Tonsor, Jr., Jerseyville DISMISSALS Florence Ann Swanner, Fidelity Mrs. Richard Arnold, Jerseyville Grafton WSCS Honors Miss Mildred Dunlope GRAFTON—Miss Mildred Dun lope was honored Wednesday b> members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Meth odist Church at the home of Mrs John Bradfisch. Miss Dunlope, who will leav Aug. 1 for England to teac school, was oresented a pori folio by members o f the class A large decorated cake center ed the serving table. Class Entertained GRAFTON -The regular mee Miss Lake will be employed at ing of the Fidilus Class me the fairgrounds in Springfield tanley Freeh entertained at a! during the state fair and will sh fry Thursday evening at heir home. Guests were Mr. and .Irs. Arthur Carter and family, dr. and Mrs. Donald McAdams nd family, Mr. and Mrs. John wann and daughter and Don- Id Rhoads, all of this city. 3 Marriage LicneseK Issued CARROLLTON -Two marriage icenses were issued July 26 in he office of Dwight Coonrod, ounty clerk. One was issued lo Bernard J. Kanla and Miss Mary Kathleen Meyer of this city. The other was issued to Harold tamnan and Miss Phyllis Carn- rer, both of Eldred. America's forests cover an area roughly the same as all he states east of the Mississippi River, with Kansas and Louisana thrown in. begin her work there Aug. 8. Leaves for Basic Training CARROLLTON-Robert Stout, 22-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ocville Stout of this city will leave Tuesday from Roodhouse to begin her basic training in the U. S. Army. Stout will serve for a two-year period. To Attend School CARROLLTON — Miss Val Berry, band instructor on the faculty of the CarrolIton Community Unit High School, will leave Aug. 3 for Gunnison, Colo., where she will take a two weeks' study course at the band school at the Western State College located there. South Africa's principal dried fruit producers have joined in a co-operative. WORK KEEPS HIM IN OPEN—No one can say the job of a calliope player is confining. Clark Hawlcy on the Avalon is clear up on the top deck, and in the hundred-degree sun played concerts Friday on the "steam piano."—Staff Photo. 38 From Area Enrolled At Washington U. Thirty-eight Alton area residents are among 2,300 students currently enrolled in Washington University's Summer School, Dean Stephen C. Gribble has announced. From Alton are: Wilfred Buddell, 2000 Ridge; Chris Martin Bristow, 1610 Liberty; Loyd T. Carr, 2300 Morning Star; Curtis L. Early, 3640 East Doerr; Charles E. Ehlert, 1224 Henry; Dale Lee Eisenreich, 2626 Maxey; Mrs. Edith A. Enos, 1210 Rock Spring Terrace; Theodore A. Falukos, 517 Pearl; Charles Hugh Ford, 2624 Walnut; Joseph Paul Frazier, 2626 Judson; Mildred Ellen Geltz, 610 East Fifth; Miss Dorothy V. Hardbeck, 2443 Mills; Buren Thomas Haynes, 3026 College; Harry H. Hazelton, 2107 Main; Charles James Hemphill, 719 Euclid; Miss Anne Theresa Hudson, Fairmount; Earl I. McGill, 2201 Humbert; Miss Doris June McPhail, 321 Glover; Samuel S. McPhail, 321 Glover; Daniel Roy Merkle, 1210 Henry; George A. Morrison, 711 Euclid; Charles Edward Sanders; Michael C. Talley, 1614 Warden; Miss Elvera H. Timpe, 904 Washington; Robert Murdock, 3030 Leverett; Ronald Kaye Owens, 3521 Omega; Miss Ethel B. Reinhardt, 916 Royal; Edward V. Wardein, 2510 State; Maurice J Wempen, 1627 Seminary; Charles Keith Wilton, 3613 Franor; Ralph Woolard, 2905 Ethel. From East Alton are: Maurice William Jones, 149 Haller; Jean Edwin Monico, 147 Ohio. From Elsah: Grenville D. Andrews, The Principia College. From Godfrey: Miss Lois Fay Brecht, Herbert Leon Ross, Mrs. Betty Dustin Myers, Miss Bonnie Jean Royer and Robert Henry Zeller. Fostorlmrg Macoupin 4-H Home EC Girls Named To Attend State Fair FOSTERBURG. Mrs. John Muessel Thursday evening in the church annex. Mrs. William Q. Smith led the devotions. Following the business meeting games were enjoyed by the 15 members present with prizes awarded to Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Roscoe Baxter, and Mrs. William Forbes. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Edith Calhoun, Mrs. Charles Pellikan, and Mrs. Keith Martin. Grulton Note* GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels and son have left for their home in California after a week's visit at the home Mr. and celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary Sunday with a dinner at their home given by their daughter, Mrs. Robert McCauley, with whom they make their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson of Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Harris. The Rev. and Mrs. Cletis Leverett and children of Cornettsville, Ky., have been visiting relatives in this area the past 10 days. They returned Friday to Kentucky. Mrs. Lily Wolf of Bunker Hill spent Friday as the guest of Mrs. Marvin Gvillo. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson Sr. Raymond Davis, a student at the University of Illinois, returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gvillo, Friday, to complete preparations for his marriage to their daughter, Misb Irene Gvillo, Sunday evening at Zion Presbyterian Church r°re He is to enter the armed serv< ices Aug. 9. CARLINVILLE. — Girls enrolled in the 1956 home economics 4-H program have been selected to represent the county at the Illinois State Fair as follows : Dress revue participants, Nancy Gordon, Palmyra; Lou Ann Ciller, Palmyra; Edna Darlene Miller, Scottville; Janet Akers, Sally Denby and Ellen Kasten, all of Carlinville. First alternate is Pat Rosentreter of Carlinville. Those sending their garments on construction are Martha Konneker and Becky Phelps of Carlinville and Carolyn Schoppe of Gii-ard. Judy VanPelt of. Carlinville will attend the food classes and give a demonstration on food at the state fair. Mary Passetti of Benld, alternate, will also attend the food classes. Edith Stoddard and Sheila Nixon of Carlinville have been selected to give a flower demonstration and to attend the room improvement classes. Becky Phelps was chosen as alternate. The following girls will send their dining table covers: Carol Bown, Martha Konneker and Sheila Nixon, all of Carlinville, and Carolyn Schoppe of Girard. Hospital Anniversary CARLINVILLE. — Today- is the fourth anniversary of the Carlinville Area Hospital. During the past four years the hospita received 6,175 patients, which is an average of 128 patients per month. The 1000th baby born at the hospital in the four years that the hospital has been in operation was registered Tuesday. Before the day was over the 1001st baby was born at the hospital. Moving to Alton CARLINVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Johnson, who have been residing in Springfield, are moving to Alton next month. He is with the Illinois Bell Telephone Company and is assistant district traffic manager for the Alton district. Mrs. Johnson is the former Miss Darlene Pruitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pruitt, of Carlinville. Waitress Burned At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS — Pauline Naylor, 17-.-603 E. of Mrs. Beatrice Patton. Mr. and Mrs. John Dick Mosby and family of St. Louis are visiting at tl.e home of Mr. Mosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosby. Ladies' Hummer and Fall Fashion Styles Open Monday Nite Till 9 P. M. SHOE SALE WESTERN SHOE STORE 104-04 IAST MOAOWAY IN THI f AST IMP Prices Reduced up to H Prtoo on All Other Men'*, UoniiuiX Cfelt troii's Fine quality THE frames of the year... and We've got 'em! Heitz Optical Co. For Your GJaisei OU E. Third St. Alton, IllinuU (Ne*t to Wedge Hunk Purkiug Lot) HOURS » to 5 DAILY t'HONE 5-1712 Complete Service ... EytfgUiM Prescription* frilled • . . Loniw* Duplicated . . . Frniu«« totted ton, was reported in good condition after emergency treatment at Wood River Township Hospital early today for first degree burns to the face and right hand Miss Naylor, a waitress at the Cottage Cafe in Cottage Hills was burned after reporting for work when flames lashed out on her as she was lighting a gas grill. She was admitted to the hospital alter emergency room treatment. Her employer, Mrs. Phyllis Gresham, took her to the hospital. 2 Forrest Homes ResidentsTreated For Emergencies FORREST HOMES — John :,ankford, 31, of Forrest Homes, returned to work after emer- ;ency treatment at Wood River Township Hospital early Thursday afternoon for a bruised chest. Lankford, an employe of the Jloss Motor Company, Inc., in Wood River, suffered the injury when the head came off of a lammer handle and struck him on the chest at work. Charles Dublo, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Dublo of Forrest Homes, was re- eased from Wood River Township Hospital after emergency treatment Thursday afternoon for a laceration to a toe on his right foot. Charles had been playing on the bank of Wood River Creek near his home when he cut the toe on a piece of glass as he was chasing a small dog. Alton Firemen Get First Call Since July 21 The hot-weather no-fire-calls record was broken at 6 p.m. Friday at 6:15 p.m. Cos. 1 and 2 answered a call to the home of Mrs. Bertha Lau, 805 Humboldt Ct., where a television set wai smoking. No fire damage resulted. At 9:07 p.m., Cos. 2, 4 and the ladder company investigated at Nevlin Transfer Co., 1628 Washington Ave., where a resident of the neighborhood reported seeing smoke. No fire was found. These calls were the first since Saturday, July 21. ANY WAT MAKE STYLE Ol MODEL Texas and Illinois have the largest total railway mileages in the 48 states. Texus has 15,355 miles, Illinois 11,385 miles. 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