Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 1, 1954 · Page 8
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1954 jfe jtgjggc foff *f ffi 1 ?. Cottage Hills Fire District Given Class 6 A* Rating CCfttAGE HILLS - The Cot- tftfce Wills, firt Protection District has been rated as class A rural department by the Illinois Inspection Bureau. The announcement was made it,,a fire r>epartment meeting WsSftesday, 'when the effects of Hew classification were ex- In general, the Hassi- will tend to reduce in- fates for persons living wftfTift the District. '.;, §B\eral' members at the meet- :*:tft|^%ere named to serve on vlrfoiis committees to plan future actitlvites. Eueene Whipple • Robert Meiser were placed on the building planning committee and' the entcrtninmenf committee; and W. W. Merritt and August A. Engler were appointed to the mainlainence committee. It was announced that the executive board would re-write the by-laws. Present at the meeting Wednesday were an insurance agent and the District's attorney, Harold Clark. The insurance agent explained an accident policy covering firemen going to and coming from a fire. Clark attended the meeting to answer legal questions and explain proposed amendments to the Fire Department's constitution. Wimday School COTTAGE HILLS - Sunday School teachers of the Cottage Hills Baptist Church met Thursday at the church to discusss methods and problems .found in teaching Sunday School. The discusssion was conducted by Elbert Tedrick, superintendent. All 15 teachers attended the meeting. It was announced that a similar meeting is to be' , held the fourth Thursday of each mon'h. Alter the business had been conducted, Tedrick served refreshments. Members of the church have expressed their appreciation of the courtesy extended to them by citizens of .Cottage Hills in a recent religious canvass of the community. List Committees InMacoupin CARLINVILLE - Clarence P. Nail, chairman of the Macoupin County Board of Supervisors, has announced his standing committees as follows: Circuit clerk, Edward H. Pursey, Henry J. Beinke, Howard Sims. County clerk, Albert Fuiten, ., Elery Hardin, John S. Lacy. . County home, Arthur Stadler, -Roy A. Bowyer, Joe Hackney. County judge, coroner, state's attorney, Matt Katich, Albert Rust, George Sawyer. County superintendent of schools, Elmer T. Keele, William J. Bloome, Hal Redfern. County treasurer, Leonard Griffel, Newell H. Strohbeck, ^Lawrence L. Kenehan. Elections, William J. Bloome, Fred Krause. D. L. VanWinkle. Fees and salaries, O. L. Clevenger Russsell Huson, Elery Wei- Finance, Elery Hardin,' Elmer T. Keele, Angelo Toigo. Public health, Gilbert Griffel, Matt Katich, Howard Sims. 'Liquor commission, Clarence P. Nail, Arthur Stadler, John S. Lacy. 'Road and bridge, Russsell Hus- ori, Leonard Griffel, Carl G. Viehweg. Sheriff, Fred Krause, Gilbert Griffel, John T. Webb. Legislative, Newell, Strohbeck, Clarence Fitch, John R. Gibbons. Mrs. Balster To Lead Moro Merry Maids MORO — Mrs. Harold Balster will be the new leader for the Mom "Merry Maids" 4-H Club. She was elected at a meeting of the club held Monday evening a^ the home of Phyllis Dorsey. Seven were presort). Brighton Class Plans Supper BRIGHTON - Thursday evening at a mee-ting of the Daughters of Ruth Class of the Presbyterian Sunday School, plans were completed for the chicken and noodle supper to be served in the parish house on Thursday, May 13. Mrs. P. L. Warner and Mrs Carson Oberlander are co-chairmen. The group is to meet on May 12 to make the noodles, in the parish house. A nominating committee, composed of Mrs W. D Bates, Mrs. Oberlander. Mrs. Warner, and Mrs. M. W. Zlegrnhcin, is to present a slate of officers at the May meeting. Continuing the study of "Women of the Now Testament", Mrs. Thoma*. Hughes gave the lesson on "Mary Magndalene". Mrs. Oberlander, at whose home the group were entertained and Mrs Kenneth G Bower wore hostesses for the evening. Scouts Plan Achievement Night BRIGHTON— Boy Scout Troop No. 39 is having a potluck dinner Monday evening at 6:30 (DST) in 'Vesley Center, after which achievement awards will be, presented. All Scouts and their families are urged to attend. Announce Birth of Son BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thaxton are announcing the birth" of n son at Carlinville Area Hospital, Sunday at 4:11 a. m. The baby weighed eight pounds and two ounces and has been named Randall Craig.^Mrs. Thaxton and baby returned home Thursday evening. Schieler Receives Advancement BRIGHTON - The Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Schieler have just been advised in a letter received from their son, Melvin, who is in the Navy, that, he was one of four in a class of 23 who passed the examination and he now has a rating of first class storekeeper. He is stationed at Bremerton, Wash. Attend Regional Meeting BRIGHTON - Mrs. A. L. Election held May of officers will be 4 at Mrs. Balster 1 s home and all interested in the ball team are urged to be present. Patty Blind and Kay Holbeck will give a first aid demonstration on types of bandages. Following the meeting refreshments were served.- Young Married Couples Feted MORO — A meeting of the Young Married Couples Club of Madison County was held Tuesday evening Pt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Klueter with 35 present. Pvt. Earl Hall, home on furlough from Camp Chaffee, Ark., and Mrs. Hall were guests, Mrs. MacRinkle of Edwardsville talked to the group on "Ways sncj Means of Aiding Un- derprivlliged Children", Refreshments were served by the hostess, following a social period. Schieler, Mrs. C. W. Spencer, Mrs. Annie Nelson, Mrs. Emma Yost and Mrs. Carl Scheffel attended the annual spring meeting of the Lovejoy Regional Women's Guild of the Evangelical and Reformed Church Thursday at Carlinville. Meilora MEDORA—Mrs. Jane Shields,Mrs. Harold Tucker and son, Stevie, Mrs. Thomas Gaffney Jr., and children, Linda and Johnny, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Seaerles in St. Louis V/ednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Quakenbush had as guests Thursday Mrs. Arnold Renken and nephew, George Albert Quakenbush, New Haven, Conn., Mrs. Harland Gould, Joliet, and Mrs. George Quakenbush, Bible Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Ryan, Mrs. Elsie McCrellis anH Edward Gilworth wore supper guests Thursday of Mr. ahd Mrs. Gene McCrellis, Alton. Mrs. Ed Gimlin and son, Clyde, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Lee Schaaf, Plain-, view, and grandmother, Mrs, Lena Thomas, Jerseyville, spent Thursday at Eldred with Mrs. Schaaf's sister, Mrs. Richard Sprowl. Mrs. Lawreno Thurm and her mother, Mrs. Mate Peebles, were in Jerseyville Thursday. Mrs. W. A. Summers anfl son, Lee, and grandchildren, Danny and Larry Summers and Paula Scott, visited in Carrollton Thursday with Mrs. Luscius Edwards. Mrs, Ollie Kemper Is spending a week in Alton with relatives. Mrs. A. T. Wilten and daughter, Patty, attended a bridal shower in Alton Thursday evening, honoring Miss Margaret Greer. Guests at the home of Mrs. Mayme Rhoads Thursday were Mrs. Susie Bullman, Mrs. Kate Simmermaker, Mrs. Richard Edsail and son, Wayne, all of Shipman. Rolla Wayman left Friday for San Francisco, Calif., where his son, Gene Wayman and family are located. Spring Festival Set at Jersey Graders To Present 'Show Boat' on May 7 JERSEYVILLK The spring festival presented by tnr fourth, fifth, sixth, scvrnth and eighth, grade students of the .Icrscyville Klcmenfary School will be held this year on May 7 at 7:30 p. m. at the school and thf public is invited to attend. Miss Elizabeth Moore, voral music supervisor nt the school and Cliurlo Smith, band director will direct the numbers. "Show Boat' has hee.n selected for the theme of the program and among the soncs used will be "Here Conies the Shmv Boat", "Ilokey Pokey," "Ole Man River", "Now Is the Hour", and "Beautiful Dreamer". parlene Doty will sing "Hill"; Mary Jane Stevens and Fred Miller will give a duet number, "By the Light of the Silvery Moon", and the boys quartet, composed of Dallas Biakfvillc, David Cope, Jerry Lamb and Earl Stone will sins "Heart of My Heart". Four dance numbers are also included in the program. Tag IJny May 15 JERSEVVILLE - The annual drivr? for the Salvation Army in Jerseyville begins this weekend. Atty. F. A. Relsner is chairman of the committee, Fred Horold, treasurer; Mrs. N. V. Brown, Tag Day chairman, Mrs. Howard K. Parker, solicitor for the business district, Dr. Bryan Caffcry and Mrs. Paul Erb. The Tag Day .will be held May 15 from the office of Atty. Reis- nor. Fifteen or 20 young people are needed to participate, and students of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades wishing to participate should contact , Mrs. Brown. Hospital Notes JERSEYVILLE-David Blackorby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blackorby, entered Memorial Hospital at Alton Thursday, and submitted to a tonsil operation Friday morning. Mrs. James Dolan of this city entered Our Saviour's Hospital in Jacksonville Thursday and submitted to surgery there Friday morning. Mrs. Delia Fesenmeyer, Jerseyville businesss woman, entered St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton Tuesday, where she is undergoing examination. 5 Honored at Medora Presbyterian Supper MEDORA — The March and April birthdr.y supper was held the Presbyterian Church Thursday,evening. Thirty were ALTON HIGH BAND CONTESTANTS — These musicians represented Alton high today at the state high school band solo and ensemble contest held at Normal, III., Friday. In front row, from left, Carol Green, Carolyn B.uettel, Cliff Wilderman, Ron Franke. In rear, Bob Shinpaugh, Sherry Sipprelle, Jim LaMarsh, Jack Glaescr and Bill Eidson.—Staff photo. in attendance. The, honored guests were: Marie Hilyard, Linda Scharfenberg, Alice Kay Challacombe, Mrs. Francis Cunningham, and Mrs. J. M. Kitzmiller. Committee in charge of the supper were: Mrs. Dale Hilyard, Mrs. Gene Schaefef and Mrs. L, E. Wilton, decorating; Wayne Challacombe and James Mains, entertainment. UNA Meets MEDORA— Arbor Vilae Camp of the Royal Neighbor lodge met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Don Rice. During the meeting it was voted to change the time of meeting to 2:30 (DST). Present at the meeting were: Mrs. Don Rice, Hrs. Nelson Harghetta, Mrs. Louis Richardson, Mrs. Viola Peck, Mrs. D. A. Plogger, Mrs. L. E. Wilton and Miss Jessie Barnes. Hostcsft at Party MEDORA— Mrs. Tommy Gafney Jr., was hostess at a party Thursday evening. Games were played, demonstrations given and refreshments served. Attending were: Mrs. Maurice Wilson, Mrs. Ed Tonsor, Mrs. Nelson Robinson, Mrs. Russell Downs, Mrs. Jane Shields, Mrs. H. F. Shields, Mrs. Thomas Gafney St., Mrs. Francis Coleman, Mrs. Elston Gaffncy, Mrs. Harold Tucker, Mrs. Wayne Chisnv, Mrs. Milford Bowker and Mrs. Vernon Sarginson," Carrolltoii CAUROLLTON "— Mrs. M. Wetxel, Mr. and Mrs. Willaim Banghart and Mrs. Guy Fox went to SI. Louis Wednesday where they visited Mrs. Wet/el's husband who is a patient in Barnes Hospital and Mrs. Fox' husband who is a patient in the Missouri Pacific Hospital. Mrs. Wetxel remained in St. Louis until Thursday. Mrs. Walter B. Pruett, wife of the Rev. Pruell, pastor of the local Methodist Church, is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital. G. W. Lowe, county superintendent of schools, spent Wednesday visiting the Hillviow High and Grade school. James R. Powelf and Misss Mary A. Rogers, White Hall, were granted a marriage license April 28 in the office of Dwight Coonrod, county clerk. Mrs. T. Riva and Mrs. L. Doyle spent Thursday in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Pierce returned to their home in Jacksonville Thursday having been guests since Wednesday of Pierce's mother, Mrs. Emma Pierce. Mrs. Angelo Arbizzani of St. Charles, 111., and Ijer mother, Mrs. William Pasetti, of Geneva 111., are guests until Tuesday of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. Karr. CARROLLTON- Mrs. B. Hyatt returned home Friday from Springfield where she had spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Lawson. Mrs. Williarh Grimes and sons will return to theip home in St. Joe, M i c h., next week after spending several days here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meek. Mrs. Robert Lukeman and son of Tulsa, Olsia., are spending two weeks .here at the home of the child's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lukeman. Pvt. James Skaggs, who has been stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. is spending a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Skaggs, after which he will go to Seattle, Wash., from which place he wilJ leave for duty overseas. Mrs, A. D. Wilson is spending the weekend in Champaign where she is attending the Mother's Day ceremonies at the University of Illinois as the - guest of her son, Dick, who is a student there. Mrs. Charlotte Burruss is spending the weekend in St. Louis with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. David Burruss. ! Miss Janelle Maholland, a student nurse at Alton Memorial Hospital, spent Wednesday and Thursday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewev Maryland. Mrs. F. P. Nims entertained her two table bridge club Friday evening at her home. Mrs. W. B. Pruetfr underwent surgery Friday morning in Alton Memorial Hospital, Alton, At State Contest Alton High Players Win One Superior, 2 Excellent Rates One superior and two excellent ratings were brought home from N .'trial by Alton High School band students competing in the state high school soloist and ensemble contest, Friday. The superior rating was won by the clarinet quartet composed of Carol Green, Ron Frank, Clifford Wilderman, and Caroline Beuttel. James LaMarsh, tuba soloist, and the drum ensemble composed of Robert Shinpaugh, Bill Eidscn, Jack Glacser. and Shir- Icy Sipprelle won excellent ratings. Spring Concert Given Thursday At Crafton High GRAFTON The Grafton Dull Business DULL CENTER, Wyo. ff Dull Center is appafently too dull for the U.S. post office. The Dull Center Post Office has been closed. Eight families served from the office now get their mail from Bill, 3? miles away. Who Wu* Scared? SEVEN FOUNTAINS, va. n? —Mrs. Mildred Davison, postmistress, walked into the* combination postoffice and general store hpre and N encountered a burglar. She flashed a beam on him from an electric flash and ordered him to march across the^ street to her home where her father took charge. "I was aware from the mo» ment I saw him that he was more frightened than I was,' she said. "Besides with the light in his eyes he didn't know whether I had a gun," Production Booms RALEIGH, N. C., /P—In* 1939 the U. S. Census Bureau reported there were only 50 people employed in North Carolina in tho manufacture of electrical prod-- ucts. Ben Douglas, 1 director of the state conservation and development department, rtports that by the end of 1954, more School band and choral group presented a spring concert Thursday night in the high school auditorium. Jordan J. Canzone, band director for Grafton and rural attendance centers, and Mrs. Mary Rice, vocal director, were in charge of the program. The concert opened with selections by the concert band. The selections were: "M i 1 i t a r y March", "Avalon Nights", "Cachua' 1 (Little Samba) and "Vanguard March". Buddy Britt, a student conductor, directed the "Honor Band March" and a baton exhibition was presented by the baton group. The "Promotion March" an accordion solo, was presented by Miss Florence Morrison. A mixed chorus of the high school with piano accompaniment by Rosemary Gates, presented four selection and Joan Skeens and Louise Hayes gave, a duet of "Size 12". The band concluded the first half of the program with "Laureate Overture", "Band Box Overture" and "Fortuna Overture". Miss Joan Skeens presented a vocal solo of "Heartbreaking Waltz", with Miss Gates accompanist. . The second half of the program opened with the accordion band under the direction of Mr. Canzone playing four selections. The third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades presented several songs. The band will participate in spring festival in the Jerseyville Grade School gymnasium, Tuesday night at 7:30 (DST). t Visiting Sisters Here GRAFTON — Mrs. Leon Legate and daughter, Mrs. Fred Phillips, arrived at the home of the former's sister, Mrs, Fannie Slateh, Wednesday night for a two weeks visit. They will also visit with Mrs, Legate's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Highfilll of near Grafton, It has been 29 years since Mrs. Phillips had visited with relatives here. Science Club Of Eldred Feted ELDRED— Mrs. Lee Bushnell entertained the somi-monthly meeting of the local Household Science Club at. 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. In addition to the hostess the following members responded to roll call: Mrs Court Johnston, Mrs. Dean Bushnell, Mrs. David King, Mrs Charles Smith, Mrs. Edward Camerer, Mrs. L. T. Whiteside Mrs. Janie Wiles, Mrs. Ben Black and Mrs. Irl Davidson. Mrs. Bushnell read, "May I For. Remembering," and Mrs Johnston read, "Postal Oper ations." Guests at the meeting were Little Miss Linda Bushnel and Mrs. Pete Schauf f. < Refresh ments were served and a socia hour enjoyed after which the club adjourned to meet, at 2 p.m May 13, at the home of Mrs Frank Hoots. Eldred Notes ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Bob McGlasson took their five yea old daughter, Sue, 'to Jackson ville Friday to undergo an examination by a specialist They were accompanied by hi mother, Mrs. Byrl McGlasson who has been ill. She consultei her physician, Dr. Norris whil< in that city. Prairietown PRAIRIETOWN — The Prairie town Improvement Association held a meeting Wednesday eve ning in the school basement wit Telegraph Want Ads "Click" NOTICE Fir all OWLS CLUB inis iiajij ft^fc Niy 1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Formerly Mtyburn tUtton Now MILES' SERVICE STATION 9th fir Airline Drive «. Rosewood Height! Compkt* Lint of Sinclair Products, Cxptrt Car WatJt and Lubrication and Otbtr fpafialtiti At dvr Ntw Pricti L W. (BILL) MILES OPEN DAILY f 4. M. to « f, 9f, SUNIHV t A, »M« 5 P. M- Braasch presiding. The Ladies Aid entertained 8 women Wednesday afternoon at program 'and luncheon. Wome of other aids were guests. _Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dubbeld attended a birthday party in Bunker Hill Friday night, at the home of his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman F. Dubbelde. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dubbelde and Mrs. Arthur/ Schaefer were in St. Lbuis today. Mrs. Melvin Meyer is a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery. Rev. Chalmer Westhoff and son, John of Corder, Mo. visited Wednesday and Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willia^n Westhoff. Miss Carol Bunte of Edwardsville spent Thursday night with Sylvia and Manice Bunte. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goebel of St. Louis spent Thursday visiting relatives here, > Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neuhaus and daughter, Rickey of Hamel spent Thursday evening with'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seigel. Moro Vouth To Be Ordained At Hersman Sunday MORO — Ronald Thorne Allin. on of the" Rev. and Mrs. Cecil '. Aliin of More will be ordained to the ministry on Monday at the Presbyter- inn Church, Hersman. (111). The service will be held at 7:30 p. m. Mr. Allin has served this church as student minister for nearly tolnnd Allin two years. Mr. Allin graduated from the Vhite Hall High School in 1947 nd received his Bachtlor Degree from Illinois College, Jack- onville in 1951. He will also graduate from McCormick Theo- ogical Seminary, Chicago, with he degree of B. D. on Thursday, lay 6. He has received a call to the 'resbyterian Church of Arcola 111.I, and he and Mrs. Allin will begin their work there on Sunday, May 9. Rebekahs, 100F Of Greene Meet At C ft r roll ton CARROLLTON — The Rev. Walter B. Pruett, former army Chaplain showed pictures taken n Korea at the Rehekah and IOOF county meeting Thursday evening in the local IOOF hall. Miss Gladys Dotson played a piano solo after which a recreational program was enjoyed 'ollowed by the serving of refreshments. Attends Convention CARROLLTQN — Mrs.' Ralph Sfurman, cashier in the local office of the Illinois Telephone Company, attended the Illinois Telephone Company convention Wednesday a nd Thursday in Bloom ing ton. To Be Honored on Birthday CARROLTON — Mrs. Rupert Vallentine will be guest of honor at a covered dish luncheon to he served at her home Monday by members of the Birthday Club of which she is • a member. Serve as Guest Officers CARROLLTON — Offficers of the local chapter of the Order of Eastern Star attended Advance Officers night in Hardin Wednesday evening and Friends Night in Kane Thursday evening and served as officers. Carroll Sheets served as 'or ganist and Mrs. Alfred Johnson as asssociate conductress at the Hardin meeting. Others who wen to Hardin were Mrs. Carrol Sheets, Mrs. Adrian Read anc Mrs. Howard Kcssio. Thursday evening in Kane Mrs. Alfred Johnson served, as organist. Others attending were Mrs. Adrian Read and Mr. anc Mrs. Howard Kessie Graduation Exercises CARROLLTON - The Rev Lee Anderson was guest speaker at the promotion program f o students of the eighth grades in non-unit schools Friday at the Felter school. < The invocation and benediction were presented by ,G. W. Lowe Gregory of White Hall. Diploma were preented by G. W. Lowe county superintendent of schools Musical numbers were"It is N Secret" sung by Misss Albert? Shipley, Misss Roberta Windei Miss Patricia Winder and Mis Edith Winder and "Mansion Ov er tfce Hilltop sung by Miss Mar cdlla Walpole, Mrs. Barbar, Winder and Miss Waneta Wind er. , • *. ' Members of the graduatioi class were: Virgil Robert At wood of Martin' Prairie, Marvi Daniel Jennings and Robert Le Smith both of Felter School. Started "Pin Money" The reign of Charles I, of Eng land, gave us the term "pi money."- Pinmakers gave thei monarch 500 pounds annually fo his good will, and he turned th sum over to his queen for he private use. .Telegraph Want Ads CLICK! ILLIM TOASTMASTER CLUB Past President Herb Thompson receives the "Past President's" Pin from Club President Bud \Vilson during the regular meeting of the Club Wednesday night at the Wood River Bakery and Cafe. Thompson nil! participate this coming Sunday in the District Eight Speech Contest of Toastmasters International held at the DeSoto Hotel in St. Louis.—Photo by Charles Clark. Hospital Notes Alton Memorial Medical Treatment r ames Peters, Edwardsville Mrs. Mary Baum, 2626 Krum Vtrs. Georgia Camden, Bethalto Mrs. Marie Reynolds, Edwardsville Anna Marie Hartley, Bethalto Charles Zigrang, Batchtown Mrs. Cora Shaw, 323 Main rioyd Cannon, 2904 Humbert Mather Gaston, 437 E. Ninth ( Surgical Treatment L,aura Howard, Rt. 2, Winchester Discharge* Mrs. R. Colleen Shere, Cottage Hills ' Mrs. Helen Becker, 1008 -McPherson Mrs. Louisa Howell, Wood River Dale Holtzacher, Wood River Fred Ruth, 413 W. Delmar Arthur Cannon. 103 Mather Mrs. Pauline Bruce, 2915 Wat- alee Mrs. Doris Brooks, 327 E. Twelfth : Mrs. Ella Anschuete, 412 Bluff William Vickroy, Staten Nnursing Home Arthur Schoettle, Edwardsville Lester Deucker, 817 Liberty Mrs. Joyce McAtec, 33 College Crest St. Joseph'* Medical Treatment David Kellerman, Hardin Dominic LaPinta, 3027 E. Fourth Mrs. Borghild Leeds, 3751 Aberdeen Richard Maguire, 813 Logan Mrs. Virginia Mugge, 210 W. Elm Misss Barbara Pulliam, lOOl'/i E. Broadway David Sicvers, Rt. 1, Fieldon Mrs. Joan Vanzo, 512 Hillsboro, Edwardsville Doris Zumwalt, 2711 Viewland Wood River Township Surgical Treatment Mrs. Mary E. Weir, 506 Whitelaw East Alton Miss Mary Elizabeth Hambleton, Roxana David W. Cain, Bethalto Medical Treatment Kim E. Pearson, Bethalto John A. McVey, 519 Broadway, East Alton David M. Weber, Hartford Mrs. Minnie Oerke, Moro Dismissals Dixie Vettor, 323 Madison Waldon H. Crause, 221 Lincoln, East Alton Sharron Linda Runnels, 452 George, East Alton Mrs. Freda W.'Norris, 329 Job, East Alton Rushton W. Sjakel, 18 S. Kings- highway, St. Louis, Mo. John Siemer, Carrollton Mrs. Elizabth Stone, 4105 Alby Wesley Talley, Carrollton George Allen, 1420 ^Fletcher Mrs. Arlene M. Auxer, 208 Illinois, East Alton Mrs. Eva Fortschneider, 914 E. Fifth. Miss Flosssie Lambert, 619 Belle Surgical Treatment Roy H. Johnson, 235 Wood River Ave., East Alton Richard A. Erunnworth, 2211 Central Kenneth Theison, 2304 Valley Clyde Going, 3 S. Thirteenth, Wood River Mrs. Dorothy Stern, 541 Highland Bennett-Brown, Grafton Mrs, Elizabeth Witt. 317 Cherry ' Disinisssals John Bednar, Nokomis ; Anthony Bellirtoo, 317 Glover Mrs. Charlotte 'Browning,. 672 Fifth* East Alton Michael Chester, 326 E. Twelfth Mrs. Marcella Erickson, 51T St. Louis St., Edwardsville Mrs. Helen Gaddis, 1415 Liberty Mrs. lona Grizzle, 331 W. Main, East Alton Mrs., Lorena Hagaman, Rt, 1, East Alton Mrs. Clara Harting, 202 Henry Mrs. Laura Hubard, 80 E. Actori, Wood River Barbara E. Ilelson, Wood River Dennis W. Robbins, 176 S. Pence, East Alton Patricia Ann Powers, 184 W. Rosedale Dr., East Alton Mrs. Glenes M,. Murray, Bethalto Floyd B. Coleman, 205 Delmar, Alton ( Mrs. Ruth K. Essary, 669 Fifth Mrs. M. Kathryn Heskett, 503 Eithth Jesssica Cecil Weber, Hartford Mrs. Clara Rowden, Cottage N. 52nd St., East St. 'Louis Coffee Goes Up MARYSVILLE, Calif. ^-Coffee cost $12.50 a pound her* when a man pleaded guilty to stealing a twprpound can and was fined $25. Telegraph Want Ads "Cllc^" MOLE'S I SHOE REPAIR We doctor shoes, Heel them, Attend to their Dyeing, end Save Their Soles. 1250 State ST. UNION SHOP NEED A NEW R Frith BakU Bttdt Daily Birthday-Wedding t»kM Our . Specialty. 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