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TUESDAY. APRIL 20, 1954 'Carried by Only 3 Petition Filed For Recount Of Unit 9 Bond Issue Ballots BRIGHTON — Petition for recount of ballots was filed in the Macoupin County Court Monday by various voters of Community Unit School District No. 9, who alleged numerous Irregularities in the election of April 3, 1934. th* election contest will be heard before Francis J. Bergen, Judge of the Macoupin County Court. Unofficial count revealed only a three vote margin for the school bond Issue, while a reported official canvass of the ballots revealed an alleged six vote difference. A $700.000 bond issue was involved and there is some questiort as to whether or not a bonding company • would issue bonds on such a questionable majority. Attend Church Services RRIGHTON-FollowinR a custom of many years standing, members of the George and Edward Well families worshipped in St. Paul Methodist Church Easter Sunday morning. There were 33 in the group which included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Well and family, Mattoon; Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Well, Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Well and family, Medora: George Well. Mi. and Mrs. Edward Well. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ALltJN EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Notes Wood ftieer MAIt ORDER SENSATION! Gianf TUUP TREE '1 Tfchi UMlMUoDlJ TULIP I'KKfe ta >a amuliiK >rH>«. dele wbrn It burali lula bloom wltb masgei and mum of toroly S-vcUtl iu- Up Bowrr«. ID tue fall you IM a Mound Uirltl when the ea. i» «•»»*> - . . »«" SKIiD NO MONKVI Pny Dofltinftii onlv tow coat plui C!.O. D. postage. We nay vuur •kar* nti itrnr.a.1,1 «*,!>,._ "^** " * V a * |*MHV .. . ace on prep»lil onltrn. faction aatlafa or your i — luaraDtcni looey bmt. — fantaitlc "Color CbMKIng" nydraneea. Bloomi white, pink, purplo. au In DM year. KMISE NURSERIES Dept. 25109 aaiorsi DM . and family. Mrs. Helen Anders. Juanita and Paul Anders. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. V.'ell and family and Mr. and Mrs, Russell Well and family, BriRhton. Alnmnl Assoelatlon to Meet BRIGHTON Elden P. Bott, president of the Brighton High School Alumni Association has called a meeting of the officers Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at his home. Any members interested in helping plan for the annual meeting oHhe alumni are invited to attend. Itrigliton BRIGHTON - M r . nnd Mrs 0 (.. Snyder of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long Jr., O f si. Louis, were weekend Rilesls of Mr an d Mrs. Walter Long Sr. Sunday afternoon they visited in Kano with Herschell Hunter, hrnther nf Mrs 1-ong and Mrs. Snycler. Or. and Mrs. Jack Rowse and yoimg sons. Larry and Pnul. of Alton, were visitors of Mr. anrl Mrs. If. I.. Krueger Sutulay. Mrs. Fierlrude Gwillim of Me- flora WHS a weekend puest in HIP home of her son, Harry J. .lones. Sunday eveninj; supper Rilesls of Mr. and Mrs. Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones and children, Mona and Rojjfr; Mrs. Vlrgii I Jones. Mrs. Gwillim, Billy, Sandra I and Bobby .lones. Billy returned to Ciirlmndalc on Monday to resume treatment Bobby J. Viviano. 563 Metier Mrs. Alma Anslyn. 417 Church. East Alton Russell D. Smith. Collinsville Medical Treatment Mrs.-Nellie T Franklin. Lincoln Place William B. Newbv Sr.. 314 Gould- insc. East Alton Mrs. Ollic Dyer, Roxana Mrs. \Vnnda F. Wenzel. 2811 Residence, Alton Waller S. Sutton, Cottage Hills Ben O. Schwarm, Roxana nt Snulliprn Illinois his studies University. Mr. and Mrs. l-Vfim-is O'Donnoll of St. Louis railed on Mr. and Mrs. If. I,. Krupjrpr Sunday. O'Don- noil's parents lived neighbors to the Kruej*t>rs 25 years ago, on the farm now owned hy George Hartman. This was the first time Francis had been'hack for a visit since leaving the farm. .lanot Woods, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Woods, was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital Sunday evening, suffering from pneumonia. Mrs. Viola Bachman all ended the christening Sunday at the Presbyterian Church at Woodson of her grandson, Stephen William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. Bachman. Mrs. Bachman was accompanied by her daughter and sin- in-law, Mr. anrl Mrs. John Kelsey of Alton. A christening dinner was served at the home of. the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irlam at Woodson. Mjss Martha Bentley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Siegel of Carlinville attended a performance of the Passion Play in the Scottish Rite Temple at' Bloomington on Easter Sunday. Roy A. Reid, Rt. 1. Bunker Hill Mrs. Arlene Davis, 408 Broadway, East Alton Selh M. Elliott. Hartford Dismissals Mrs. Anna M. Brewster, 518 St. Ixiuis Rd. Mrs. Amelia Brown, 136 Hilltop Mrs. Eleanor M. Gifford. $»5 ,10th Bobby J. Viviano, 563 Metzger Mrs. Catherine L. Miller, 706a E. Broadway, Alton Memorial Medical Treatment Richard Raker, Rt. 1, Piasa Luther Myers, 2811 Hillcrest Mrs. Alice Kraut. Ilardin Reid Sutfon, East Alton Harry Morrison, Carlisle. Ind. Mrs. Eva Harms. Bethalto Owen Farthing, Roxana Richard Duval, 602 Forrest Harty Erkenlirack, Bunker Hill Mrs. Lavada Haulis, Godfrey Mrs. Colene Page, Godfrey Joseph Yungck. 2407 Virde'n Surgical Treatment Mrs. Doris Chappell, 3271 Hawthorn Wm. Ohley, 1117 Main Mrs, Iva Fcrundo, 1324 Rock Spring Dr. Mrs. Doris Brooks, 327 East Twelfth Mrs. Lois McManis, 2401 Birch J. D. McGuire, Carrollton Dismissals Raymond R. Coynes, 922 East Seventh Robert Kogel, Godfrey Kersey Pruitt, Fieldon Mrs. Eva Carter, Medora Mrs. Norma Barnett, East Alton Mrs. Marilyn Melton, 2429 Sylvan Lane George Girth. 505 State Robert Fleming, 302 East Thirteenth Mrs. Anne O. Disch, St. Louis. Mo. Reed Suedel, 27 Marguerite. Wood River Kane* KANE - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prough had as dinner guests Satur- j day, Mr. snd Mrs. Spencer Prouch Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prough ant Mrs. Effie McElvain, Jerseyvitle. 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Mrs. Marie Connors, 1419 Clay Mrs. Jessie Caldwell, 221 Hamilton Surgical Treatment Wilbur White, 1106 East Broadway Mrs. Shirley J. Stafford, Rt. 1, Edwardsville Mrs. Genevieve Miller, 1410 Central Mrs. Edith L. Roberts, Adams Jesse Conway, Brighton Elwood Funk, 2623 Yager William Keller, Grafton Mrs. Bernice Giertsen, 300 South Charles, Edwardsville Billy Gene Lackey, 337 West Main, East Alton Oliver Taylor, 1407 Cyrus Mrs. Lucy Cogan, 1137 Seller, Mrs. Beatrice Klinke, 820 East Broadway Mrs. Helen Thorpe, 424 Brentwood Dismissals Edward Amburg, Grafton Douglas Burch, Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Florence Carmean, 208 Harriet Price Duley, 718 Belle Mrs. Viola Gaskill, 501 Miami Mrs. Uarlee Hardimon, 311 West Twentieth William Hickerson, 1118 Logan Mrs. Louise Kennedy, 928 Washington Miss Mary Mathias, 514 Delmar Mrs. Elizabeth Mindrup, Jerseyville William Joseph Noud, Mitchell Mrs. Dorothy Owens, Roodhouse Mrs. Joyce Reilly, 840 McPherson James Schenk, 3548 Aberdeen Mrs. Dorene Schien, 3509 Coro. nado Joseph Stabling, Rt. 2, Brighton Edward Livingston, 1217 Clawson Mrs. Amil Knieger. Wood River, spent the weekend with Mrs. Dolly Willis. Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Dempsey, St. Louis, were guests over Eastei of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glohr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cummins had as dinner guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cttmmings anc family of Hardin and Mr. and Mrs J. R. Cummings. W. L. Williams and daughter Bcula, spent Sunday in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Temple meyer. Albert Kallal and family of Jcr- seyville; Mrs. Agnes Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Damron and son, Michael, Miss Joan Sparks, East Alton; Mrs. William Bosehert and daughter, Mary Lou, Mrs. Herman Krallmann, St. Louis and Harry DeShasier and family were guests Sunday of Mrs. Henry Roewe and family. Mrs. Charles Close, who has been a patient at Boyd Memorial Hospital for several months, was brought to her home here Sunday. Robert Williams and family, Lebanon, were dinner guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krueger and children of Jerseyville were Sunday guests of Mrs. ivan Shackelford. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thode and children of St. Louis, and Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Fenity of White Hall, were Sunday dinner guests of Miss May and Miss Nettie Fenity. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Clark and son, Ronald and Paul Ridder, Alton, spent the weekend with Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. John Wehrly St., St. Louis, were guests over thc weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Curtius Prcgler. ' j Mr. and Mrs. George .Milncr, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carr, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carr yere gucsjs Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson, St. Louis. Godfrey Fire Auxiliary Meets Plans Tor Bake Saturday " GODFREY. - The Godfrey Firemen's Auxiliary met at th'p 'own hnll Monday evening with 20 members present. Plans for a bake sale to hp held Sattirrlny at the Godfrey Food Shop were'dis- eusserl. The pastry sale will begin at 3 a.m. and cakes, pips, and rookies will he offered for sale. Mrs. Joe Shelton is the chairman of Ihe pastry sale. Gene Walters, Reneral ehair- man for the carnival, to be sponsored hy thp members of the fire department in August, attended the meeting and asked the. Auxiliary to take charge of the- food stand at the carnival. The Auxiliary voted to take over the full responsibility for the food stand. On display WHS a variety ol articles, made hy the members, In hp sold at the carnival. A nominating committee wa. appointed to prepare a slnte of officers to be presented at the tfext meeting, On this committee are Mrs. Norman Klein, chairman; Mrs. R. C. Marsh, and Mrs. Kcrmit Kcehncr. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Norman Klein, and "Mrs. Harold Horsley. W'SCS Selling Doughnut.' GODFRKY.-Orders for homemade doughnuts from the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church may still be culled in through Wednesday to Mrs. Earl McMichael, 2-8141, or Mrs. W. H. Thomas. 2-6246. The telephone number of Mrs. Thomas was Incorrectly printed in a previous article and Ihe office number- of Thomas, an Alton attorney, was Inadvertently used. The orders for the doughnuts should be called to their home. The cost of the doughnuts has PAGE FIVE Dumping Trath On GODFREY. -. The driver of n grocery truck for an Mfon store wns fined $100 for dumping trash on Bartlett I,ane Inte Saturday afternoon. Under the conditions of the fine imposed by Justice of the Pence Kendall Hunter, $79 of the fin« was stayed provided the driver cleaned up the trash he dumped. The trash consisted mostly of cardboard boxes and paper and was dumped between fi and 7 p. m. Saturday. The trash was discovered Sunday morning by residents of Rartlctt Lane, who found the name of the grocery firm on the papers and boxes. A romplaint against the driver was signed by them and he appeared before Justice Hunter Monday afternoon. The driver had been ordered to dispose of the Irnsh on the rity dump, hut found It closed Saturday afternoon. Class to Meet GODFRKY.-Thc Fidelia Class of the CoiiKfcgational Church wil have a dessert mealing at the home of Mrs. Robert Twelves Thursday a I 1 o'clock. Report f on Ihe recent ham supper, sponsored by (he class, will be made and it is expected that the profit from the supper will exceed $500. Firemen to Meet GODFREY. - The fire department will hold its monthly social meeting nt the fire house Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock. Limited Freedom Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 freed the slaves only in the states that were in rebellion. It was the 13th Amendment, ratified Dec. 18, 1865, that outlawed slavery In the United States. been set at 50 cents and the date of the baking has been set for Friday, April 23. REVIVAL INTO THE THIRD WEEK ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH COTTAGE HILLS, ILL. EVANG. EMORY HIPP rREACIHNO AND SINGING SKRVICKS NIGHTLY KXCKI'T MONDAV AT 7:80 M. 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Mrs. Kimblc To Head Elsah PTA ELSAH. — The Parent-Teacher Association met last week at the VillattP Hall nnd elected of- firers. Mrs. Marvin Kimhle was elected president of the Association, succeeding Walter (Jrecr. OUier Official Count Changes Tnesday Election Result MURPIfYSBORO, Til. JP - R Pp . W. J. McDonald of Murphysboro. has rwon renomlnatcd as Rcpub- licnn cnndidatf for H(h District representative, thc official canvass of last Tupsrlny's primary vote in .Inrkson County rllsrlosrd Mon- officers elected \v ere rtnv. Parnes. vice president : Mrs Lee I «„. :>rhor. secretarv nnd leorse j ' Rp1 t ( Knadlcr. treasurer. The lion ceremony will lake plare at the Mny meeting. It was voted to buy three tents and donate them to the local Roy Scout troop. Home nnremi El«ets ELSAH. .- A Jersey County Home Hureau Unit, which was organized recently, held their second meeting Saturday at the home of Mrs. Stanley Croxford. The new unit wns named the Kl- sah liluffs tinif. Officers for the coming yonr elected were: Mrs. Louise Vi- erla, chairman; Mrs. Zelmn I anke, vice chairman, and Mrs. Alice Condlt, secretary. The next meeting will be held at the homo of Mrs. Louise Vlera, Mny 21. Youth Fellowship Meeting ELS AH.-The Methodist Youth Fellowship meeting was held Saturday evening at the Melhodisl Church. Miss June Kessler conducted a short business meeting, The social hour was spent In decorating Easter eggs that were hidden on the church lawn for the annual Easier Egg Hunt Sunday, Klmth NolM ELSAH. -~ Mrs. Dan Lloyd re- lurried to her homo In Stnunlon Sunday after an extended visit wllh her two daughters and families, Mrs. Robert Ixnvdor and Mrs. EdwnrcJ Lowder. Paul I 1'noffirinl ' » tw ° DANGEROUS! 0»crlo»ding rout wiring ttrtatn etrt ittrt i fire in your home. fi» etrtfa] el thi» «nrl other c«u»e« af fit». 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