Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1956 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1036 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Eldred School Opens Aug. 29 Kindergarten Class Added This Year ELDRED—The Eldred Grade School will open at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, with the following faculty members: primary, Miss Helen Epps; second, Mrs, J. T. Finnan; third, Mary Vinyard; fourth, Nina Woods; fifth, Mrs. Verl Owens; sixth, Mrs. Gregg Fuller; seventh, Mrs. Harry Hools, and Harlis Clough, coach and principal, will teach the eighth grade. A kindergarten class will be inaugurated for the first time this year. Mrs. Charles Blines of Carrollton has been secured as teacher for this class, which will convene from 1:30 p.m. until 3:45 p.m. Parents of the pupils are to bring the children to school, and they will return home by bus. Move To Jerspyvllln ELDRED — George Flatt, 88, and his wife, Ella Flatt, 80, lifelong residents of this community have been taken to Jerseyville where they will be cared for in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flatt. The aged couple are ill of infirmities. » Public Auction ELDRED — At a public auction held at the courthouse in Carrollton Saturday afternoon, the 119 acre farm of the late Mary Varble in the Spankey community was purchased by Harlin Helton, whose farm adjoins, at a price of $15.200. The two houses in Eldred were purchased by heirs of the estate. Veniice Varble bid in the former home of his late parents, adjoining the Baptist parsonage, for $2,100, and his sister, Mrs. Harry Borman bought the house adjoining the Baptist Church at a price of $1,700. Both p'aces are on Elm street. White Hall White Hall News WHITE HALL - The young son of M. Sgt. and Mrs. Billy Millnes was taken to St. Louis Children's Hospital last week for medical care. Mrs. Frances McDonald of Champaign has moved to White Hall to one of Searches apartments on North Main street, near the local high school where she will teach during the coming year. Mrs. P. R. Schwartz has returned from a week's visit with Mrs. Dora Boelter at Lake George, Reilander, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Denny and family have returned home from a vacation trip to Florida. Mrs. Ethel Ross is back at her job as librarian after a week's vacation. Rev. Harry Chasteen, pastor of the First Baptist Church left Sunday afternoon for the Springfield Baptist Camp. Eldred ELDRED—Mr. and Mrs. Florus Voiles of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. Irl Davidson and Mrs. Stella Davidson returned home Saturday from Henning, Minn., where they had been guests two weeks at the summer resort of the hitter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Shackleford. Dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. James Benner were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ben- ncr and son of Jacksonville and Mrs. Cora Logan of Pacific Union. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ussery and family of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mns. Gus Bechdoldt of Alton visited here Sunday evening with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bechdoldt. Mrs. Virginia Witt of Jerseyville accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray visited in Greenfield Sunday with Mrs. Louis Brandgenberg and Mrs. Lester Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hendrickson of East St. Louis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bryant and sons. Mrs. Sam Hendrickson returrred home^af^ ter a week's visit in Granite City in the home of her son, Charlie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Scott and Mrs. Donna Taylor attended the boat races at Louisiana, Mo., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones and son, Keith, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones at Bellview. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes and daughters of Pontiac were call- ; ng on friends here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher and son, Jerry, of Wood River were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Tvers. "•• tvrs of Murrayville is visiting his paternal grandparents, and will attend the annual homecoming at Legion hall Saturday and Sunday. Migratory Bird stamps of the new series are on sale at t h e post office at $2 each. The postmaster, William B. Martin, is liquidating part of his annual leave credit of 208 hours per year, based on 18 years of service. Mrs. Edward Havelka and Mrs. Walter Moss are receiving and dispatching the U.S. mail on regular routine. Too Many DECATUR, HI., IP— Too many cats to move to California prompted Miss Agnes Heinzel mann to give away 46 Siamese felines. "What has happened to me fulfills an old legend in Siam," she said. The story goes that those who own Siamese cats will face economic ruin. "Well these cats have just about broken me," she said sadly. "They cost $5 a day to feed and there's always worm pills, distemper shots and veterinarian fees.' She's keeping two cats. She loves dogs, but is allergic to them. WHEN YOU IUY— Buy At Home WHIN YOU FINANCE— Finance The "Wedge Plan" Way You know the difference betwten • sharp cutting tool and • dull on* . , . but what about that marvalout tool — your «yet? Are they sharp enough for your job? Not unless they can focui accurately throughout your work range •nd keep at it tirelessly all day, every day. It's g ood sense and good job insurance to have regu- ir visual examinations by your Eye Physician (M. D.). If you need glasses to keep your eyes fit for your job, get the finest that science and skill can suply . . . glasses by Ostertag ground to your , supply . . . glasses by individual prescription. tint ••• your Ey» Phy»lcl«n (M.D.), then .., bring your prescription to u* QSTERTAG UX> EAST MOAOWAY eiFCCN HOC., A1TON, III. MU w t terra n* oriuua rwutt nw WIBTM Pranger Family Reunion Held At Carrollton CARROLLTON—Donald Prang- of this city was elected pres- dent for the ensuing year of the Pranger family reunion Sunday in the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Daughters hall in this city. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Robert Sethaler, Carrollton, secretary, and Mrs. leorge Kaiser, Carrollton, treasurer. Mrs. Gesina Pranger was the oldest person present Sunday and Miss Debbie Jean Rollins was he youngest. Attending were the Rt. Rev. Monsignor' Michael Enright, the Rev. Carl Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pranger Sr., Henry j Pranger, Mr. and Mrs. George Green, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pranger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sethaler, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rollins, Debbie Jean Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Farrelly, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Stur- rnan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Darr and family. Miss Anna Pranger, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pranger. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pranger Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Kaiser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sethaler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Pranger, Miss Veronica Roach, Mrs. Gesena Pranger, John G. Pranger, Mrs. Henry Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pranger, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Pranger, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Pranger and daughter, Miss Peggy Kerk- hoff, Raymond Kerkhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Celestine Roach and daughter, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Short and family, Ferguson, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. William Pranger Sr., Mrs. Ann Watermeier, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pranger Jr. and family and Miss Jean Marie Formi, Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs. Barney Schmidt, Kane; Miss Mary Lou Elmore, Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Clem Schleper Sr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Schleper and family, and Miss Kay Meldrum. Jerseyville; Edward May, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Smith and family, Roodhouse; Mr. and Mrs. John Brinkor, Greenfield, and Mrs. Katherine Holtman, St. Louis, Mo. Hawli-y-McQiiprry Reunion CARROLLTON — The annual I Hawley - McQuerry family reunion was held Sunday in Piasa I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paris Hawley. Attending from this area were: Mr. and Mrs. j N. L. McQuerry, Mr. and Mrs. i Russell Phillips. Miss Sandra j Hillis, Frank Hillis, Harold Hill-: is, and Mrs. Bossio Schnolton j of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Or-j ville Griswold and daughters of j Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. i Carl Maupin of Jsrseyvillo. Honored at Dinner CARROLLTON - Mrs. Anna Hammack and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ansel] of Lexingtn, Ky., who are house guests of Mrs. Hammack's niere, Mrs. Brssie Schnelten, were guests of honor at dinner Monday evening at the Schnnlten homr. Other guests wore Mr. and Mrs. P.ais Hawley of Piasa; Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hawley of Tucson. Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carroll of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fowler, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Mehl, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaiser, Mrs. Mary Bolin, Mrs. Viola Edwards, Mrs. Berneice Meade, Miss Berna- dine Tepen and Norman Tepen of this rity. Take Training Courso CARROLLTON — John Bicket, county farm adviser, and Ros- coo Ra.idell assistant county farm ad/iser. spent Monday in Macomb where they attended a training srhool for extension workers concerning the finishing ! of 4-H Cluh work in the county 1 for the year. | Honored at Shower CARROLLTON Miss I n a Brock, daughter of Mrs. Doro- thy Brork of this city whd \» being married Sept. 9 to George Jeffrey, was honored at a shower given Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harinn Farrow in this citv. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MlLK fO RELIEVE MISERY OF BOILS PRID SALVE Draws, promotes healing — minor {cuts, scratches, bruises, wounds. J.> and 5te *A drag *tores The busiest coal port on th* western rivers is at Clairton- Elizabeth, Pa., which handled n!« most 9.5 million tons of coal :n 1954. SAFE HOLIDAY TRIPS START HERE WITH SHELL'S SAFE DRIVING QUIZ NO. 13 How sharp is your driving eye i ^ TAKE A PENCIL AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE! 1. Circle the two side road signs that are exactly alike 2. Circle the car that is indicating a left turn SPEED LIMIT AUTOS 55 TRUCKS 45 SPEED LIMIT AUTOS 55 TRUCKS 55 - <', °) > * !"V iV ' »-^ * ;-v c»"-r- •ff V'-i." • -,«V '--c-r; v ^' " 5 ! - >, t - >ll s ••V\xv'' i"'":M ^-, &f ^ SPEED LIMIT AUTOS 65 TBUCKS 55 <* *£ A \ % \N > ^ '> <• i * A N. * ^ X >. * ^o- ^ ~-.£^.AV .x-fclv,', .1.4-.v.,^. i -'v $,, * <^ A Jix ^ 4 's V " ' XiJLi,^:i.i->j J*. !«•'' SPEED LIMIT DAY 55 NIGHT 45 s;i x - <?<,, no : ;; f f ^ >» SPEED LIMIT AUTOS 55— TRUCKS 45 - Xft' < ^x^^i ~V<S-V* 4 ',* ^ i.!nifel*4~kJl.<l»._J>kliiJ 3. Circle the two road signs that are exactly alike Alert driyers go places-safely! SEE HOW YOU RATE I. Did you circle th« tint and fourth signs? Or did you rush too much and mark the wrong ones? Small detail* are important to drivers. Can you «pot them quickly, and interpret them correctly? 1. Attgumiiu; that the cars' brake lights are not lit, you should have circled the necond car. In traffic you often have to figure out what the driver ahead u going to do while other things are distracting you. •. Th» first and fifth ugns «r» alika. Th* letuton learned in Answer 1 applies here too. Safe driving is more than an art. It's a state of mind. It's you when you are alert. You see what's on the road ahead; automatically you know how to handle any situation. It's you when you're courteous. You have the right of way, but you yield it. It's you when you drive a safe car. Above all, therefore, safety is a full-time job — and Shell hopes you'll think it's a worth-while job. The rewards are great: Sale and happy trips for you and your ttuuiiy. CONSULTANTS) D>. Herbert ). Sleek. Director, ond DC UAX l.ody, «..«orc»i Director, Center (or Softly UucotiMi. New York Univertlty. < Pre(iurtiU (it <euofj*ratton with th* Auiiiniotun Suttty Foundation. SHELL OIL COMPANY Sign of a betterJuturejbryou FREE BOOKIET OtKer tofe driving quuie* are avoHnbl* In booklet form at your Shell dealer's tervice Motion. Prepare yourtelf and your sont and daughter* of driving age for plaatont and to'* trips In your automobile. Stop in today for your copy.

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