MOB iiH ALTON EVBNINQ TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, MJ PTA Elects Officers At Final Meeting of Year SJL8AH — the last regular far- t*lt*Tetcher AttaetftUon meeting of m i648'i§SO ifcho&i year wa» held t,,fl the Village Mall Monday eve- v - totag with SO adults in attendance. Annual reporli from the stand- fflg chairmen and a report from |r Paul Medley, Ora Prather, and fi Logan Thompson, auditors, were § read. Mrs. Ernest Lyons, special £• chairman, gave a report on the f Student concert* presented by the ; St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and ' attended by the upper room pupils, teachers, and chaptrones this season. Announcement was made that the May Festival would ho held at the Village Hall the evening of May 22. The annual school plrnlc Will be given Wednesday, May 24, and eighth grade commencement will be Friday, May 56. blftoiiM Summer Recreation A summer recreation project for Children, With I committee of par- COFFEE/MASTER Coffeetmster coffee fa ALWAYS perfect— becaiiae every- tiling if automatic. Simply »ct k mil forget it. Shuts oU , by Itself when the coffee* is done — then re-sets itself to keep the coffee hot. You can't miu — il'i automatic. It is assurance oi the fame delicious, clear, full-bodied OoUce every time you make it. Price.... . ^ ,, See Your Appliance Dealer or UNION ELECTRIC efitg ifi charge, w«* announced atid plan* .for « clean-up week for the village, with Cyrus Bunting and Glenn fcarr *»« ro-eitlrrnfcn, were The annual election and Installation of officers toon place. Mr*. Ocorgft RiwIlhRS, Mrs. Clayton Ford, ftftd Of. ftobert LeClalr, nominating Committee member 1 *, proposed Mrs. Paul Barnei for president, MM. Sfanlejr Croxfofd, vice- presldent, and Ml* 'Frank Ltiers- sen, treasurer and lecretftfy, respectively, Clayton B. Ford moved the nominees he elected and the proposal carried. District director MrST Blner Mac- Afce, Alton, installed the officers. Color slides Presented Program Chnlrrttan Mrs. Clayton D. Ford then presented Profeisor of Geology and Mrs. Perclval Rob r-rtson of The Prlnclpla, wh showed colored llldes of the Wes taken by thorn while on a trip las year. Mrs. Robertsorl operated th projector and Dr. Roherfdon nar tated. Out-of-town gucsU a I. the meet Ing, besides Mrs. MacAfee and he son, were Mrs. Robert Miller an daughter, Marsha, Grnflon, an Miss Amy Tldholm, Chicago leach ar, who arrived Saturday to vlsl her sister, Mrs. Ernest Lyons an family, for a week's vacation. I'rliiclplii Alumnae Hero ELSAH— Miss Genevleve Pflueg nor and Mrs. William Bnchiu. Prln clpla alumnae, visited friends o the college campus Sunday. The were .Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs, Ernest Lyons and ny. Cut Greenfield Mail Deliveries GREENFIELD, April 26.~Th local postmaster, John Vandaveer has received Instructions from thj Postofflce Department to llml city mill delivery to once dally Window service will he limited t the hours between 8 a. m. am 5:30 p. m. Summer Schedule GREENFIELD.—Stores and df flees will be closed Thursday aft crnoons beginning May 4. Th former schedule of closing ha been for five months, from Ma through September. IMInsinnnry Meeting GREENFIELD.—Mrs. O. J. Bot will be hostess to members of thi Missionary Society of the Presby terlnn church Thursday a/ternoon SPIEGEL AUTO SUPPUIS HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS. FISHERMEN! SHOPATSPIEGELS FIRST! BROOKLURE CASTING ROD j, « „ ,>, -^B ifl, 8 * Wild Iteel rod! 4# tiptop. Tough, flexible com ^fe AH t %•' Mp*f it, lon9,<vWh'ofaeUcr,ew sttucfion means year after year "vTO , y ; locking reel se.aUcork 'grip, •> of ejtciting-spprt for you! 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Seamless, 400 Belle St. ALTON, ILL Phone 2-9261 DRILLERS ON TOP, NOW — The two drillers furnished by Mississippi Lime Company on the Lovers' Leap removal job are high on top of the cliff today, drilling dynamite holes behind the face of the bluff. When the shot is fired, sometime tomorrow, a wedge- 'shaped excavation will be started. This will permit removal of the rock without interfering with road travel. — Staff photo. Mrs. Harley Gustine will bo do- votlonal lender and Mrs. George Jennings will bo program lender of the national and foreign topics. Greenfield Notes GRKKNFIELD.—Mr. and Mrs. Michael Luketlch and John Luke- tlch of Roxana were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Don Luke- tlch. Miss Zcnn, Miss Reba and Miss Nelle Rives of St. Louis, Mrs. Beatrice Anderson of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. John Flcker and son, John Shields Flcker of Staunton visited Hugh A. Shields and Mrs. J. S. Bowman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bell of Carrollton wore guests at the home of Ilicir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scott and son, Billy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wllhilo and Dr. and Mrs. E. G. deQuevedo and children, Mouse, Carmen and Vnnnie, spent Sunday at Smith's Lake, Meredosia. Mr. and Mrs. Dupree Slrang visited during the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee near Wrights. Mrs. Peter Scott, Mrs. Dorothy Scott Cole and son, Jimmy, and Paul Clark visited with Mr, and Mrs. Edward Scott and family In Wood River Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold Scott entertained at a family dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cory and daughter of Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Cooksey and children of Piasa, Mrs. George Scott and sons, Carson and Clarence, Mr. and,. Mrs. L. D. Scolt and Mrs. Jeff Dbcon. . Mrs. Maude Bowman was a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. W. F. Seekamp jr., Sunday. Mr. and ; Mrs. K. F. Carstens spent Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. E,'Asbury, and son, Tim, in Bloomlngton. Kenya, whose annual fish catch is only about 2000 tons* because fishing methods still border on the primitive, hopes to Increase Its consumption to 100,000 tons much of which would be processed Into stockfeed or dried for human consumption. The Governor of Assam, India, out his own salary 15 percent in an economy drive. Red Cross Campaign Nets $246 a I Uardin HARDIN — Mrs. Helen Miller, who headed the local Red Cross flrlve, has announced collections for her Hardln precinct territory. The quota for the township was set at $186. Final tabulation showed $246.35 was donated. Hardln Notes HARDIN—Representatives from a station at Warrenton, Mo.,' are meeting the Calhoun apple committee at the county treasurer's office tonight to make a recording for an apple blossom broadcast, ^A rare sight Is the baby peach tree which Frank Fuller recently set near the sidewalk at the Fuller and'Tureman home. Cut down to three slender .branches, the little tree is a mass of beautiful blooms for the entire length of each branch. Among the Hardin folks who called at Staten funeral home to view the body of DT. Skeele were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sweetman, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Holloway, Dr. and Mrs. Sam L. Miller, Mrs. Lee Etter, Miss Shirley Etter, and Cecilia Sagez. Workers at the sheriff's office are busy making up 1950 tax receipts. Bail for Bomb Plotter Set at $50,000 LOS ANGELES, April 26. UF>— Bail of $50,000 has been set foi John H. Grant, aircraft engineer charged with plotting to bomb an airliner in which his family was preparing to leave for San Diego April 17/ The bail was set In municipal court yesterday when the 32-year- old Grant was arraigned on six counts of attempted murder am one count of violating the state law concerning handling of explo sives. Grant Is waiting in jail for his preliminary hearing, set for May 3. If convicted he would face one td 20 years on each of the at tempted .murder charges and i term of one-to-life on the explo sives count. When Illinois Was admitted to statehood on Dec. 3, 1818, its popu lation was estimated at "about 1 35,000. Historians now admit,this was a. "liberal count." , • Whttt Uw with * m/ff iiMt Wit ft Slue, Grun stripping i M, 6rt*a or Black Sutdtnt t All Blue Mm 123 WEST THIRD ST, * Calhotin Political Parties Organize Fi-ankc, Ducey Hear! GOP, Democrats HARDIN — The Calhoun Republican committee met Monday night In the county treasurer's office for organization and election of officers. The committee, unchanged In the April 11 primary, consist* of the following eight men: Henry Becker, Carlin precinct; Leo Qulller, Bellevlew; William Nelson, Hamburg; Fred Folles, Crater; Pete Pelhlel, Hardin; Reuben Stumpf, Gllead; Car! Franke, Batnhtown, and Waller Lessee, Point. Carl Franke was re-elooted chairman of the commlUee. Fred Folles was named secretary and Pete Pethtel, treasurer, The Democratic County committee also held Its meeting Monday night In the courtroom. The eight Democratic commltteemen are John W. Mossman, Point; Ben Klaas, Rich woods; Edward Ducey, Hardin; Henry Cunningham, Gllead; Herb Robinson, Hamburg; Merlin Rlchter, Crater; Otto Retzer, Carlin; and John Osterman, Bellevlew. The Democrats re-elected Ed Ducey as chairman. John W. 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