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Member of The Associated Press. 5c Per Copy. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 13-20 ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 19.vl At Marcus Ryan Home Dr.LColeiliatl of Ffefrfcm Kane Womans' Club Installs Heads District Officers at Jerseyville KANE WOMAN'S No. 15 JERSEYVILLE — The Kane Wbmafi's Club met Monday eve- fiing at the home of Mrs. Marcus J. Ryan in Jerseyville. Mrs. Wayne Willis, presided at Hie meeting and installed the newly elected officers who are: Mrs. Wayne Wheeler, pres- 9dent; Mrs. Hurley Hanks, secretary; and >-ts. Ruth Shackelford, treasurer. Mrs. Delbert Al- left, new vice president, was unable to be present and will be installed later. During the meeting Mrs. Willis was presented a Past President's pin. The theme for the meeting was "Home and Community Service". Jimmy Nofris of Jerseyville showed pictures taken by him while he was on mlitary duty in Germany. During the meeting Mrs. Ryan was named delegate from the Kane Club to the General Fed- deration Convention in Denver, Colo, from May 31 through June 4th. Mrs. Wayne Willis, retiring president, will be delegates from the Kane Club to the State Convention in Chicago. The Kane Club wilf entertain the boys and girls of the 8th grade in Kane at a dinner to be given at. the school at 6 p. m. May 17, DST. Hostesses for the meeting here were: Mrs. Ryan, Louisfe Cory, Lucille Reynolds, Doris Darr, Ethel Abbott and Cecilia Reno. Mrs. Howard K. Parker, district' Chairman»of the American Citizenship Committee, was a'guest. Delegate To State Convention JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Marcus J. Ryan, Recording secretary of the 20th District, Illinoi» Federation of Woman's Clubs, attended a meeting of the District Executive board in Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. Ryan will attend the State Convention of IGWC in Chicago May 4 through 6fh at Hotel Sherman, as a delegate from the Twentieth District. I'mlpriroM Major Surgery JKRSKYVILLK - Miss Eva Oamerdinser of this city is .a patipnl at St. Ltikr's Hospital where she submitted to major surgery Tuesday morning. Her condition Wednesday was reported as satisfactory. Reports I,o«* of <i reuse Gun JERSEYVILLE - Leonard Skinner of the Fieldon vicinity came to Jerseyville Wednesday morning to report the loss of a $40 grease gun for a caterpillar tractor. The grease gun was stolen several weeks ago but its present whereabouts wore not determined until this week. A complaint for a search warrant for stolen property was filed by Skinner before Justice A. Thatcher, and a search warrant issued. JVamert Director of Bnml JERSEYVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope have returned from Dixon where they were guests for .a few days of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L'Heureux and family. Mr. L'Heureux is band director in the Dixon schools and has now been employed to direct the Dixon City Band. Arrept* Position In Alton JERSEYVILLE — Miss Doris Kramer, daughter- of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kramer of Jerseyville, has accepted a position in the beauty salon of Young's Department Store in Alton. She was recently graduated from the Central Beauty Salon in Alton. CHECK DOUBLE CHECK Two way. to duck yew ftnandal W« o«Jbr checking oeeounti - eomnjercial or per»onol-lo ftl tack •ndiyduol requirement. We also hov. Notional City Bonk Traveler, i-rf you r« loyrmying awoy from hom«. The*, famous travel h r *u£! eP , " C0lh • Ve 'y wh «»>- *" fhe/r. better rhon h, for rf they q ft lort or •tol.n you get a prompt refund. Cart only fit per $100 purchased. Good unlit used. Th« tost thing you knew wherever you go Buy NCB Traveltf, Ch«ckt of our bank First Natinal Bank & TRUST COMPANY in Alton i Capitol and Surp/us 51,750,000 Third ant! Belle Street* • Alton, Illinois MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DetitalSociety JERSEYVILLE - The Madison District Dental Society held its spring meeting Wednesday at the (Um Club in Edwardsville, with Dr. B. H. Klueg of Jerseyville. retiring president, presiding at the business session. Officers for the y e ? r were elected as follows: Dr. Leo C'oleman, Granite City, president Dr. Charles .1. Hemphill of Alton, vice president: Dr. Ralph Dickson of Alton, secretarytreas- urer. A lecture on "Child Dentistry" was given by Major John Hughes now stationed at Scott Air Force Base, who was a former professor at University of California at Los Angeles. A smorgasbord was served at noon and a steak dinner in the evening. Attending from Jerseyville »vere Dr. Bryan Caffery. Dr. Phil A. Ritter and Dr. B. H. Kluog Announce nirlh of Son JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Rupert E. Bullock of Edwardsville, have given the name Mark Thompson to their son born April 15. The baby is the first child of the couple and weighed seven pounds and seven ounces. He is a. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Froman A. Beach of Jerseyville and of J. D. Bullock and the late Mrs. Bullock of Bloomfield, Iowa, and is a great grandson of Mrs. Walter Beach of Jerseyvillo. Mrs. Bullock before her marriage was Miss Dona Rce Beach of Jerseyville. Weeping Gunwoman ' Settles for 5 Bucks DENVER ff - Frightened and waving a gun nervously, a woman robber asked her intended victim. Mrs. Evelyn Gracey, 30, to hand over the cash register contents in a small grocery ThursdaV night. "If I give you the money, I'd have to close the store," Mrs. Gracey told her. "I, don't own the place." "But I need at least $5," the holdup woman persisted. Mrs. Gracey offered a $5 bill. "That won't be enough," the gun woman sobbed. She turned and fled from the store with tears streaming down her face. . One-Unruled Clock* Although the first clock dates back to 996 A.D., it was not until the beginning of the 18th century that they had two hands, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Well-Kiiowii Jersey County Couple Married 58 Years Shipman WSCS Officers Named Mrs. HallitkyToHead Group This Year SHlPMAN-The Women's Society of Christian service met at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon nnd elected the following officers: President. Mrs. Marshall Halliday; vice president, Mrs. Kenneth Archer; secretary, Mrs. Lyle Duncan; treasurer, Mrs. Alice French, children's division, Mrs. Chnrles SkagRs; social relation.,, Mrs. Kllen Lynch; mission education, Mrs. Harvey Srhrier; spiritual life, Mrs. A. G. Schoeneman; literature and publication. Mrs. Milrhel Tas- Rart; status of women. Mrs. William Schoeneman; student group, Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser; youth group, Kleanor Jaynes, and supplies secretary Mrs. Carl Williams. Mrs. Lyle Duncan presented the devotions and a memorial to Mrs. Mable Still, a member who recently died. Mrs. Carl Williams was in charge of the program and Mrs, Howard Howard French gave a chapter from the study book. Plans were made for serving the Alumni banqiiet Saturday, May 29. In addition to the members present the following guests attended: Mrs. Arthur Hurry, Mrs. Edna Travers, Mrs. Ora Jacobs, Mrs. George Stoops, Mrs. Charles Stubblefield, Mrs. Arthur Hurry and Mrs. Howard Newby, Hostess for the meeting wore: Mrs. J. O. Archer, Mrs. William Schoeneman and Mrs. Ellen Lynch. Class Mans Supper SHIPMAN.—Plans were completed Wednesday evening at the Allen Kahl home for the chicken and noodle supper to be sponsored by the Young People's class of the Lutheran church Tuesday evening, Serving will begin at 5 p.m. fCST). Those in charge are Fred Krause, Mrs. Carroll Taylor, Mrs. Florence Alward, and .Mrs. Allen Kahl. , . Jlomo From Hospital . .SHIPMAN.—Mrs. Earl Allen returned Wednesday from the Carlinville Area Hospital where she underwent surgery Friday. Jersey Rural Graders Plan Spring Festival on May 4 JERSEYVILLE. — Students of Community School District 100 of 3 Studebakers make clean sweep in America's toughest economy test! STUDEBAKER'S BETTER ENGINEERING WINS THEttMOBILGASRUN No gas-eating excess bulk! No power-wasting extra weight f Studebiker Cruiser V-8 got mileage Sweepstakes in history! sixes except Studebaker Champion 8ti*kb*k*r mtrtt * cl««n nreepl Fint in the Grand Swccpftafce*! Firtt of *11 c»ri in »ctu»l gat mileage I Fint of all overdrive «W*! Fin f of «U automatic drive*! Duplicate* of the Studebaker Uobilga* Run wuntn are i?si)- able immediately »t low cott. Studebaker i* the bett built, belt engineered, he*t ttyled car in America. Get exciting new 1954 Studebaker now! It put* you ahead of the parade... it get* you more whto you DEUVCIE9 LOCALLY bt»l itui. t/ «y, ,a ntiwti. If kw n4fv,U tvti. tlutut vkitl *vti-t#l 4MMM»tc Dtat M Of"***—*' »»«•»«/ tt iat» an. ILELAND KREID M6TOR CO, 312 STATIST. AUON, ILL. Jersey and Greene Counties will present a spring festival at 7:30 p.m., May 4 (DST) in the gymnasium of the Jerseyville Grade School. Jordan J. Canzone, band director for the rural, attendance centers, and Mrs; Cecile Link, vocal director for the rural groups, are in charge of the program. The festivalVill open with selections by the concert band, Mr. Cazone conducting. These numbers include "Military Escort," "Avalon Nights," and "Cachuca (Little Sambo)." Francis Powers, a student conductor, will direct the "Vanguard March," and a baton twirling exhibition with "Honor Band March" will be presented by the group. The "Promotion March" will conclude this group. A mixed chorus from the Grafton High School, with piano accompaniment by Rosamary Gates, will present "Tea for Two," "The Man I Love." "Moonlight Bay" and "Stouthearted Men." Joan Skeens and Louise Hayes will give a duet, "Size 12." The band will conclude the first half of the program with three numbers, "Laureate Overture," "Band Box Overture" and 'Fortuna Overture." The second half of the program opens with the welcome song, "America," by Ternary grades. Students of the .. 6th and 7th grades will pre: 'Hie Away Home," followed .. two German folk songs and one French iJk song by the primary, grades at Elsah. Three Tenn*". • folk' son«s, I" ireen Coffet i-o vs on V.'hile Oak Tops," "Con, Stalk Fiddle," and "Jimmy Crack Corn," vill be sung by the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades, The primary grades at Delhi and FieJdon will give "Captain Jinks" and "Americars Dance," and the members of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades will present "Stodola Pumpa," Czech walking song. The girls of the 7th and 8th grades will sing a Negro spiritual. "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," and "The Bells of St, Mary's." The 5th and 6th grade students at Fieldon will sing "Way Down yonder in the Cornfield," and the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Fieldon will sing "So Lx»g," with the finale concluding the program. A square dance will then be presented by the 7th and 8th gra4f »tuden«. JER9EYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. L. J Krueger of Fieldon arp observing the 58th anniversary of their wedding today. There will be no formal celebration of the event due to a recent illness of Mr. KrueRar. The couple are life Ions; residents of Jersey County. Following their marriage' which took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cteorge Kessler, the couple established 'heir residence on the Kruege farm three miles northwest of Fieldon. They continued to reside on the fnrm for many years. Twenty-eight years ago they moved to Fieldon where they have since resided. The couple have three children. Supervisor Harold Krucg- er of Richwood township; Albert Krueger of Fieldon. and Miss Hilda Krueger who resides with her parents. They have six grand children and two great grandchildren. L. J. Krueger also held the position of supervisor from Richwoods township a number of terms and he has held the post of secretary of the Fieldon Masonic Lodge more than a quarter of a century. He and his wife are members of the Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church of Fieldon. Krueger has two brothers, Charles and Henry. Tho former will mark his !)3rd birthday in May. Mrs, Kruger has two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Louise Haushalter of Blue Island, 111. and Mrs. Clem Groppel Sr., of Jerseyville and George Kessler of the Jerseyvflle vicinity. ncclecoratlng: Building JERSEYVILLE - The local Odd Fcllos Lodge Is having their three story building on W. Pearl St. redecorated. The businesss and professional offices have been completed and tho grillwork of the exterior is to be refinished. * • | Escapes Death, Fined For Illegal Parking OMAHA */P — When James P. Platek, Battle Creek, Mich., got sleepy driving his car near here he pulled off the road and parked. Trouble was he parked on a railroad track. Just as a Union Pacific freight train roared down the track, two unidentified Fremont, Neb., youths yanked him from the car, which the train demolished. In County Court here, Platek was fined $35 for illegal parking. Man Laid Off, Paid, Robbed of His Pay PHILADELPHIA IP — Paul Me- Ghee, 30, was laid off at his job Wednesday at Hygrade Food Products Corp. Thursday he went to tho plant and collected $30 pay due him. As he walked away, two men came up and one put a knife against his side. They took the $30. You'd ransom for a cloth like this- but it's easy to crochet! It's pineapple design nnd spider-web stitch! 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The following are In charge: Wayne Winslade, Elmer Breitwiser, Donald Lee Johnson, Helen Kahl, Irene Taylor, Irma Stone and Margaret Salzman. Dancing will follow the banquet with Russell Pence's orchestra from Litchfield furnishing the music. Attend Luncheon SHIPMAN.—A group of women from the Shipman nnd Plainview Eastern Star chapters attended a Twinkle Club luncheon at Greenfield Thursday. The next meeting will be a "tacky picnic" for members and families on Wednesday, June 23 at Beaver Dam Lake wilh Shipman members in charge of arrangements. Casing Out Salt Water Jersey Water Company To Restore Old Artesian Well JERSEYVILLE — The work of restoring one of the old artesian wells on city property on W. Carpenter St. has st'trted and the competion of the task will probably supplement the available city water supply by an* other 230,000 gallons of water per day. The project of restoring the old well includes the casing out of the salt water which in past years was considered detrimental. The well being worked on and another one In the same vicinity formerly supplied the city demand for water before the Union Forest Sp: ; ss were tapped and piped to the '.cal reservoirs. The springs hava shown some increase in water as a result of the recent rains, but. the past year of drouth reduced their flow to a trickle a few months ago. The supplementary wells in the locality of the sprint's were utiod to meet the demand for water, but this source had regently proven inadequate to moot all demands, henro tlio decision of tho local water board to restore Ihc old artesian well. Established Januak-y 15, 1838 *•—Bfc*—1 1— - IW np*"""-tfaa^^_ > . .1.-. Associate Matrons, Patron* Honored by Calhoun OES Calhoun Red Cross Drive Nets $889.37 HARDI.V. Final vrporf of tho recent Red Cross drive in Cat- fiouri County hns hern mniled to the St. Louis office. The report shows thm B | ota | of $88!U7 raised. The amounts by districts are as follows: Delleview, $2!)H- 563.40; Kampsville, , Michael. $25; Hardin, $257: Ham$20; town. $152.05; Mrppen, and Point $125.50. $12.50, How to look as If a Purls designer dressed you—nnd balance your budget, too? Sew this pretty, molded princess—It's newcsl fashion! Kasy, too! Sure to get you envious glances from the girls — compliments from the men! Button-tab detail at neckline. Pattern 4699: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 lakes 4% yds. 39-Inch fabric. This pattern ensy lo use, simple to sew, Is tested for fit. Has complete Illustrated Instructions, Send 85 rents In colni for thin pattern—mid five cent* for each pattern for flrst-dnss mailing, Send to ANNK ADAMS, cure of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dcpt., 248 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plnlnly Nnme, Address, Sire and Stylo Number. Doctors Detail Radiation Effect On Unborn Babies CHICAGO IP —The awesome effects oj atomic bomb radiation on babies still unborn were detailed today by throe physicians. The doctors made a study of women who were pregnant when an A-bomb exploded over Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945 and the case histories of their children. Thirty of the \vonton showed major signs of radiation injury. This Is what happened to their infmirs: There were three miscarriages and four stillbirths. Three babies died within the first month of life, throe died within their first year and one died at the age of 2'i ycnrs, Four of the 16 surviving children were retarded mentally. Tho doctors also found that tho bflbloB borne by these mothers were retarded in growth and development. They reported the children were significantly smaller In height and hend circumference than children born to mothers who were outside of the bomb's radiation area. The study was made by DCS. James N. Yama/aki, Stanely W. Wright and Phyllis M. Wright of Los Angeles, Their report Is in the American Journal of Diseases of Children, published by the American Medical Assn, Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry Ho longer «• •nnoytd or >MI UJ-«t- »OOM, wobbly filM .FABTHBTH, «n Improved (.llta- Hoc (non-Mid) powder, cpriokiH) on your pl»t«* bold* them nrm»r M Obey tutl man comfortable. ATOM embir- bT looiVpUUr oil • t any art,, countw! The total raised was $300 short of the quota for the county. The failure to reach the goal was attributed to Innbllify to get enough workers. The encouraging feature of the drive was the willingness of the people to give. Out of 800 people contacted, less than 5 per cent declined to give. A total of $43 was raised by (he women of Kampsville In a bag- kctball game. Millard Taylor's Rites Conducted at Pearl 1IAHD1N- -Funeral services for Millard F. Taylor, who was shot to death at West Alton Tuesday nftcrnoon, were conducted at the Church of Christ in Pearl this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The resident minister, Lowell E. Manchester, conducted the service nnd burial was in Green Pond Cemetery In the fnmlly lot where one of his diughtcrs is buried. Taylor wns\n native of Kentucky. Ho moved to this section several years ago and was well- known and highly respected here. A few years ngo he moved to Alton and has worker In the Duncan Foundry since then. He Is survived by four children, his parents, who live northwest of Pearl, and a brother and sister of Pearl. In this section he worked mostly as a timber man and was an expert axeman. A showpiece In tho Hard In community is a log house which he built, with a saw, axe, and auger. The house Is HARDlN-fhe Calhmm CMp- «er, Order of Eastern Stars, rwn. ored its associate matron and associate patron, Mrs. Jttc&.lfd!* loway and Mr. Kenneth Sargewi, Wednesday evening in the Masonic building here. Mrs. Oso Phillips i s matron of the chapter and Phillip Aderton Is the «m.-non is me worthy patron Mrs. Elfreda Barr of Granite City, associate grand conductress, was Rtiest of honor of the chapter for the evening. Seventyuseven were present for the occasion and AS the guests arrived, they were presented with programs by Mrs. Bruce Worthy. Mrs. Wilbur Anderson, soloist tor- the evening, sang a tribute to Mrs. Holloway and Mr. Surgeon. A short program, carrying out the theme, teamwork and harmony, was presented by the regular officers. An honorary membership was presented to the guest of honor. Mrs. Elfreda Barr, by Calhoun Chapter. During the evening the stations were filled by (he following guest officers: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Groppel, Jerseyville, associate niatron nnd patron; Mildred Becker, Greenfield, secretary; HnKel Young, Kane, treasurer; Hulda Davis, Granite City, conductress; Ruth Johnson, Carrollton, associate conductress; Rcrla Topcptt, Chesterfield, marshal; Wllllnm Sheets, Carrollton, organist; Cleo Applegate, White Hall, warder, and John TopscOtt, Chesterfield, color bearer. Refreshments were served in the dining room. ' now occupied by the Floyd Church family and ts located on the Chatties Church farm, Reducing Easy NOKOM1B. ILL. "t lott »0 Ib* while .talcing- Rennel Concentrate 1 and alia loit the horning and ntlnirlnff In my leg. •This ilmpU home recipe I* wonderful for »*• and constipation. I cam recommend Ilennol to anyone wanting to reduce thn »afe Inexpensive way." Bowrltei Mr*. H. Q. 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