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«WT MZf WE WZ * £m MHL rm Jd Km 9 WHERE COLD WATER'S BIO BUSINESS— Plain, cold water, taken for granted by most of us, provides the product for a thriving business when temperatures top the 100-dcgrce mark in Alpha Group To Sponsor Party ALPHA — A committee composed of Eugene Wallin and Lawrence Barton were appointed as co-chairmen for the community Halloween party, further details to be announced at the meeting Monday of the Alpha Chamber of Commerce. President Laverne McKee reported members discussed the project of painting the crossings in town. The trophy won at the New Windsor parade was displayed. A good attendance was present. Alpha Briefs Miss Alice Fischer returned home Wednesday from Glacier National Park, Mont., where she has been employed during the summer months. She will enter her junior year at Monmouth College. Ronald Bateman left Sunday for his assignment as highway engineer near Galena. Donald Johnston returned home Sunday from Glacier National Park, Mont., where he had been employed during the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Weir returned home Tuesday from a 10- day vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Howard at Groton, S.D., and attended the wedding of Mrs. Weir's brother, Robert J. Howard, and Jean Heinz Sept. 7. Ceremony Read in Chicago DALLAS CITY — Miss Julie Jean Bertschi of Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bertschi of Dallas City, and Duane Sutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sutter of Blue Mounds, Wis., were married at St. James Catholic Church, Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 7. Rev. Eugene McClory officiated at the double ring ceremony. Attendants were Mrs. Virginia Wyss of Janesville, Wis., matron of honor and Steve Kol»evic of Detroit, Mich., best man. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a willow green suit. She accented her costume with velvet pillbox hat and veil and brown accessories. She had a white orchid corsage. Her attendant was in a brown double knit suit with a green orchid corsage. A reception followed in the party room at the Madison Park Hotel, where Mr. and Mrs. Sutter will make their home. The bride is a psychiatric nurse at P & PI of Michael Reese Hospital, and her husband is in his last year at Illinois College of Optometry. After this year they plan to locate in Mt. Horeb, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Bertschi and •daughters Cathy, Cherrill and Jennifer attended the wedding and reception. New Delhi, India. Two naye paise—about one cent—purchases a glassful from this street vendor. I- •• WHALE OF A LOAD — Split right down the middle, a modified Boeing Stratocruiser known as the "Pregnant Guppy" swallows the largest cargo ever to be lifted by an airplane. Later, back in one piece, the plane successfully went through a test flight over Los Angeles, Calif. The cargo, an inert S-IV second stage of the giant Saturn rocket, weighed 20,379 pounds and took up an area 41 feet long and 18 feet in diameter. "Guppy" flights are expected to cut S-IV transportation time to Cape Canaveral from the three weeks now required by barge through the Panama Canal to about 12 hours. Vacations Are Reviewed at Kirkivood Meet KIRKWOOD — Seventeen members were present when the King's Daughters Sunday school class of the Methodist Church met at the church Tuesday. Mrs. Carrie Moore, president, opened the meeting with group singing, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Rawson at the piano. Mrs. Cora Best led devotions. Mrs. Ruth Rawson played a piano solo and read the stoiy of Nina, II. This was followed by the various members telling of their vacation trips. Hostesses were Mrs. Ruth Rawson and Mrs. Lucy Van Riper, assisted by Mrs. Lelah Norman. Boost Blood Program DALLAS CITY—The Red Cross blood program in Hancock County received a substantial boost when the bloodmobile from Peoria made its annual visit to the Dallas City-Colusa area and collected 79 pints — four over the quota. The unit operated Tuesday from noon till 6 p.m. at the Dallas City Legion hall. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! HOW FAR WEST CAN YOU GO IN BERLIN?— "All the way" is the answer, now that a live western is playing a West Berlin open-air theater for the first time in years. The play is from one of the stories by Karl May, whose written-in- Germany westerns have long enjoyed great popularity. From left, by dyed-in-the-imagination names: Winnetou, Nscho-Naschi, "Old Shatter- hand." Pale-skin with the outside blunderbuss is Tangu, "head" of the Kiowas. Frontier type at right is unidentified. Mrs. Jerry Brown Of Biggsvillc Is Guest of Honor BIGGSVILLE—Misses Barbara Johnson and Patricia Dixon entertained at a miscellaneous shower in the Johnson home for Mrs. Jerry Brown, a recent bride. The home and gift table were decorated in the bride's selected colors of lavender and blue. The games were in charge of the hostesses. Present were Mrs. Brown and her mother, Mrs. Wayne Griffitt, Mrs. A. N. Sederwall, Miss Linda Sederwall, Mrs. Walker Butler, Mrs. Wayne Pearson, Mrs. Franklin Jacobs, Mrs. Frances Rankin, Mrs. Mabel Mudd, Mrs. Gilbert Dixon, Mrs. Howard Johnson, Patty and Barbara. Dallas City Scout Fund Drive Opens DALLAS CITY - Mrs. Carl St. Ores has been named chairman of the annual Girl Scout fund drive now under way. A neighborhood meeting for Girl Scout leader was held in the home of Mrs. Roncie S. White. READ THE WANT ADS! DON'T FORGET THE AMWAY SHOWCASE FREE DISPLAY — NOTHING TO BUY Unuiual ideas on th« car* of your home—Sea It in front of the Jacobion'a Bakery. 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