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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PADS TUN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Macoupin Grand Jury Returns 5 Indictments - The Ma- cOttptn county grand Jury mot Monday at the courthouse in| CarltnvlMe and returned fh>e in-j dktinents, throe of Ihem sup-j f pressed. [ tVo indictments were returned against Robert Grays. 20. Will Hairy Fox, 20 and Leroy Eller. 1?, all of Carltnvitte. on two charges of burglary and larceny. One indictment was for the burglary of Mack Motors in Carlinville on June 22. The trio is alleged to have stolen a 1960 Ford valued at $3.000. The other indictment against the three Carllnville men was for Plan Grain Elevator at Tri-Cities 4-H Club Meets AtShipmanHome | SHIPMAN —The 49er 4-H Ag- 1 rlculture club met at the Charles (Rutherford home Friday even- iing and plans were made by| :t members to have a hay ridej Jon July 11. Members are io| imeet at the Quentin Follies | 'home at 8 p.m. Projects were discussed. Joseph Reed read a poem. The July When questioned as to the pos-j meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. on sible effect on Russell-Miller Mill-: July 29. Airs. Rutherford served ing Co. of a $5 million grain elevator planned by the Bi-State Development Agency for con- ! refreshments to 12 members and the leader. Thomas Connors. Honored at Shower SHIPMAN — Mrs. Udell Me>- the .burglary of the County ,. ri „, now u is dlfflcu , t to te ,, Lanes Bowling Alley in Girardi, . , , .. on June 22. They are charged just , w the with stealing two silver dollars, I' )e - stniction at Chain of Rocks Can- ers was gues i O f honor at a al Harbor in Granite City, Rus-| shower on Saturday evening giv- sell-Miller's Grain Department i en by Mrs. Ralph Wheeler and Manager Robert Jadwin saidj™'' 8 ' Wiltshire at the Wheeler home. Guests presented the bride I 'with gifts to be used out ofj doors and she found them in it' Dedication Service at Olney Church FOSTERBURG - There will be a dedication service next Sunday morning in the Baptist Church in Olney for the pulpit and communion furniture which have been purchased with the Memorial Fund given by friends in memory of the Rev. E. C Sandin. The Rev. Sandin was a former pastor of the Baptist Church in Fosterburg and a special invitation to friends here to attend the services has been extended by his wife. Mrs. Sandin. who is serving now as a house mother in a girls' doiinitory in a college in St. Paul, Minn. Kane KANE —Mr. and Mrs. George Lirm, Mlsa Mtafy Srortts, Mr. and M«. Ntofniin Bronte, Mrs. Lynn Statckeltord and son, Bill; Mr. and Mrs. Rotert Brooks and daughter. Kathy; Miss Elizabeth Ruffer, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gilbert had 9 basket dinner Sunday at Fry Park in Carrollton in observance of Hie TUESDAY, JULY 12,1960 .^^^^^^w^^Ml^^^Mt'dBMMMIMMMIIttfe J.W£chul*> Wife Gmndfmrenti For 29th Time A daughter, bom Jtfly 8, to Mr. and Mrs T. William Cooper of Denver, Colo., w*S ffw 29th grandchild of an Alton couple. Mr .'Hid Mrs. Joseph W. Schulx Mrs. Norman Brooks. TRACK REPAIRS ON PIASA Repairs on the GM&O tracks on shows work stop while a train goes j FOSTERBURG — sherne Mr. and Mrs. X. H. Wehrly Sr., of St. Louis, weir Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtius Pregler. Mrs. Bessie COoK returned 1" St. Louis Friday after a 10-day visit with Mrs. Ray Tucker. 1 of !W Pearl St j first child of the Denver parents, was nfimed Diana Reinelte. Mrs. is the former Miss Martha Scbul/ of Alton. On .Iul> 3. Mr and Mrs. Nor- inrrt W. Schnlz of Detroit, Mich., son ;tnd daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Schulz, became parents of a son, Drew Mrs. Robert Dougherty. Mrs.] A |, Pn thc)r sncon ri c |Hid. This Frank Prough. and Mrs Ken-i wav . , hr ^ grandchild <rf the neth Darr attended F'ie'^iSclinl/es Maternal gfandpar- Night of Calhoun Chapter Oi- l{ , nfs nf lht , h()by ar( i Mr . two pounds of candy valued at; Russell-Miller grain business; treasure hunt. Refreshments j t ersec ti 0 || O f W. Broadway. Picture $4, and 11 pairs of baseball|involves 15 to 20 million bushels \\\ ere served to Mrs. Owenj— _ Plasa stfcet httVe p ro gre sse d to the In- through the intersection,—Staff Photo. stockings valued al S2 each from,per year, he said. the bowling alley. Divorce Granted A development like the propos- jed elevator would draw grain (Rhoades and daughter. Mrs.j Robert Duncan, and Mrs. Rosentreter of Carlinville: Mrs. CARLINV1LLE — A divorce : deposits from the East St. Louis!Ansel Dowland. Chesterfield: was granted Monday in Macou-i«"d St. Louis areas as well as pin county Circuit Court to Helen j Southern Illinois, he added. V. Beierman of Bunker Hill from; The proposed elevator is now in on | the planning stage by the Bi- i State Agency which plans to con- The couple was married in Ju-i struct the elevator with revenue ly 1949 and divorced in the Cir- bonds. The agency is active in a Raymond F. Beierman grounds of desertion. Mrs. W, G. Frank. Plainview: Mrs. William Stouffe, Mrs. Gene Thomae. Mrs. W. O. Kahl. Mrs. Grace Henson. Mi's. Earl Allen. Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Mrs. Kenneth Archer. Mrs. Darrell Allen. Mrs. William Shelton. Mrs. Greenfield Legion to Elect Officers Church Women to! Parties al Giatloil m . m _. i Mark-Birthdays Meet at Moro . _ _________ _., Earlene. daughter of Mr. a ndj and son ' Tommie: Mr - and • der of Eastern Star at Hardin ;Ml , s |jCR ,, e , n , Ry of Friday. M, !in d Mrs. Joseph W. Schulz Mr. and Mrs. Torn Halfmrl w|)0 arp pa) . ents of ^ Iwys and six girls, believe GRAFTON - Mr. and MORO •— The executive Com- GREENF1ELD - Officers for mittee and P^sident of tlie Unit- 1960-61 will be elected at a regu-! ed Presbyterian Women's Or- lar meeting of the American Le- j gantzatlons of Alton Presbyter- ij J.*ntJ MlIU \Ai » \Ji \_^\J Ul t-lIV- ^rtl. —C3 — V ...—. ... —. ~ v ... _,-.- ~, .. .f. ., ... ^ .... .^ „. *..i_ .....^..^.^... »—^. i i | . * | . . ... . ^ •_ cuit Court of Jersev county in six-county area — three Illinois! Mitchell Taggart. and Mrs. Ol-igion Tuesay night in the Legion i ial W1 " meet al Uie local Pl<es *• •/ '. _.. _. .1 ' l«*rfrmtr>»« I*h I ttuil* r T<Ki *«*« J n< • Till* Mi-s. Eurl Prager, was christened Sunday morning in Zion Presbyterian Church by tile pastor, 'the Rev. D. E. Cox. A sister, Dorothy Rose, joined the church I that morning also as did the wife er from cam ! by . le . t- tormer church in on Harry Tale and family. <wrs., thH| SO|1R , S0|1 of Lydle Movvrey of East Alto" .; gmm , t . h || drcn is Mng establish- ond Roy CHmmlngs and familv were Sunday guests of Mr and famj|y inf . ludps Mrs. Fred Mowrey. :i set of twins. Twin daughters of Mr. and Aubrey Montgomery entertained ip aw paw. III. at a family dinner at their homej Ml , ;md Ml . K- ,, ugh Nel801] ulld Sunday. The occasion marked j family, Kenneth, Jerry, and Jan- the birthday anniversary of!el, \isited over the weekend with Mrs. Montgomery. Guests were:! 1 "* motlle1 ', Mrs. Coy Nelson,; i i %> in utiu^iin.J .-» wi i»«i . ujiu Mrs. Dual Crawford and M'-| Ml . N Srhul/ bmimt . mothers of Fred Mowrey attended Ihe ««.*.,,.,,„,.„ , HS , month- ding of Mrs. Mowrey s grand-' T|)( , y , m . M|V Wj||jam Wejj] . son. Gary Mowroy. and Mi- /|r| ,; f Sl| ,,, vmi _ VIo . Ule foi , Berdie Hell. Friday al X !<•''' „,<.,-Joan Schul*. arid Mrs. Frank _ at Cherry Stn-ct Baniisi Chur.-i. H . U( ,. lad(in who b(?fo ,. e In Alton. he) . murriugc was Jane Schulx. Mrs. George Stewart Jr. '-,,- A]rs Sc|)u|/ pojn , wj o(Jl U|u , M enorlal Sept. 1932. Tlie following Novem- \ counties and ber, tlie couple was remarried., counties. three Missouri'to Mevers. Residence Changes [home. Plans lor ibyterian Church Thursday, July|Mrs. Montgomry's brother and!" 1 f ''« toniu - Ky» and with her l u j CarrolltonVrlday. ., i ,_ ,-. ;^- There will be a sack lunch Li-..,,. .„,..„. ,,„ „, ,, . , the annual bcnetit . . I .sistei-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John U1L aimu a, .^•ucin, . The plaintiff stated that the de- Bi-State Agency Chairman C.| Sl-HPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. j fish fry in August and for the! fendant deserted her June 13.JM. Roose said the 5-to- 16-million|Donald Dean Breitvveiser and joint hieeting with the Auxiliary: Double Baptism 1958. She was granted custody of: bush el elevator would increase i daughter have moved into th f . m ..««« -»u „!.:i j . iTi'uin Khinmonfc i-Viivtiicrli *k« 1 t-»_ _t_* _.. *.. :« ; Goings, and daughter, Marianne;ill father. Luther Satterfield. in Ka- tawa. Ky. Satterfield has been' Mr. and Mrs. Harr\ Milin-r. tin- I'ldi-sl drrn i- M then grajidchil- . ...in,. \i,. ...,H \ir< Jerscyvlllc; Mi. and M.S. a 10 year-old child. i grain shipments through the 'Denied Probation metropolitan area market and CARLINVILLE — Harold Brit-i would make tlie tri-Cities area enstine. 17. of Palmyra, was de- ion e of the grain centers of the nied probation by Judge Clem i country. Smith presiding in Macoupini July 21 for the purpose of com-; pletinu' the plans will be dis-! took .P lace durin g ^ Sunda y , r,, . .. . .„ , 'nest Milner. Can-ollton: Mr. and MORO - A double baptism 0| lo " eka ' Kan - who vvl11 visit) Mr. and Mrs. Daley Sibley undj Mrs . Earl Watson, and Mr. a:H and was sentenced to serve one; year in the Illinois State Farm at Vandalia. Britenstine was arrested and indicted on a charge of burglary and larceny of a Medora estab-; ° T i Church at 11 a.m. and will Monday 1 1ou) , Unjon E]eL . tric Co in ^ ton. Tlie 4-H Achievement program took the place of the regular July meeting and the lour will ,'fiplace the August meeting. ""Meetings in members' ,. . ..,,,, , , i homes will be resumed in Sep- hshment. He later escaped from it em ber the county jail but was appre-j ',,,„ Tuke Tralnlllg new Beckham property in the northeast part of town. The lam- cussed, ily had a trailer destroyed in Bunker Hill by the storm. ! GREENFIELD — Members ofi Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wiltshitcjuj chapter PEO entertained and family have bought a new j their husbands at a dinner Sun- home on the blacktop road and day night at the "Triple Flame" moved this week. Mr. and Mrs. morning service at tlie Presby- at their home this week. Mr. ; sons, Frank and Robert, and his and Mrs. John Goings Sr., of God- mother, Mrs. Robert Sibiey and Mrs. David I her granddaughter, Naomi Leve- Mrs. Leo Carr spent Sunday al -\' the George Milner home. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ray A»i- MORO for- Act The Mom Merry terian Church. Two sons of Mr. ; fl ' ev and and Mrs. Kenneth Wood, Steven i t)ie ' 1 ' of Decalur. 'rott. have returned from twoj DO( | an j son Timothy, ol JIM- M.iids t-ll Chili \\;is awarded an Paul and Mark Allen, were bap-! Dana Freeman was honored:weeks in Florida as guests ofi sevv j|i e vverc Sunday dinner "A" rating on the ad, "Old tized. j at a birthday party given by;Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gvillo and| gU p S | S 0 | M,.. H nd Mrs. Krne-i Kinu Cole." presented at the A dinner was served at the his ' jai ' ents ' Mr - and Ml '«- Rob-1family, formerly of Fosterburg;Abbott. (mml.v "Share the Fun" proof Mr. and Mrs Wood with l rt . . FreenKI " Jl '- at their home I but now of Haines City, Fla. They! TJ, P He\. and Mrs. H. L. Hoi- jjram Wednesday evening in Ed- D. A. Thomas of Alton have: Jesse B. Parks was host at bought the Wiltshire home and fried chicken will move soon. Slilpiuaii Notes ning at the .J H. Parks cottage at Woodbine Country Club lo|° r M°ra grandparents, Mr. and i . c > u T^II ^ . . ' . ...,.,. * ...... ' ~ ....... follow ing. guests present: Mr. Ffrid , ay a te '' noon "' celebration jals-o visited friends at Miami. Mr. ;,,,,. and son . Stephen. relurr.H war.lsviilc. They Mrs Willard Goff Edwards-! 01 lns sixth «n'"vei-sary. The • and Mrs. Herb Weller. • Monday from a week's va.-aiim, vited to repeal * * Mr. and Mrs. Char.es Pitts and, tt . ith Relatives and friend ' and Mrs Willard Goff *W SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. members of the Fleur de Lis Club!Mrs. Richard Gutters and fam- C. Wood and daughter of Cali- and their husbands. Out of townj 11 * 1 - Staunton, Mr. and Mrs. Mel. . , , J u . ., „, ,.„ „ fornla are visiting her sister:members present were Mrs.!"" West. Poag. Mr. and Mrs. bended and returned to the jail.; SH iPMAN-Miss Alice Huck-land husband. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harry Painter and Mr. Painter'Willard Goff Jr., and family, Mr. children p.uyed games and Mrs have been in- Hie act at the County Fair in Highland. Freeman served refreshments, j the Misses'Edith and Alma Well-jchj ( . a( , u and Peoria. At Guests were Marty and Suejing have returned from an 8 day! Mrs. Ross Crotchet! hud -< ii;i\ i „ Brainerd, Jan and Jeff Auston,itour of Floiida. they returned (guests during the weekend Mr. home. Mar.jorie Cooper and meeting of the Club Fri- R at Ihe Homer Klein . elbridge. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huckelbridge, has i gone to New York fqr special Straining at a cosmetologist | school. Miss Huckelbridge is SHIPMAN — Piasa Home Bu-| employed at a beauty shop at reau will have its annual sum-i West Roads near St. Louis and mer tour on Aug. 11. Members!has been sent to New York by are to meet at the Baptist)her company. Piasa Home Bureau Plans August Tour Archer. of Alton and Mrs. Walter J. Mrs. James Deerdutl and son click. Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs.! of Litchfield are spending two-Zell Shaver of Delhi were guests Mrs ' weeks with her parents, Mr.: during tlie evening, and Mrs. C. O. Matlack, while; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill Jr.,; Deerduff is at Camp Ripley, i entertained at a family dinner Minn. Another daughter of the Friday evening in celebration of Mrs. Robert Compton, Ed- Rev, and Tom and Jerry Plummer, Bob-1 by way of the Smokey Moun- bie Womack and Terry Free- '• tains ujid visited with an annt and man. j uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Tellus Nutty and Mrs. Darrell Crotchet i and Janice Klein i¥|X>rted on the family. Mr. and Mrs. Rinhai-;! H camp at Lake Jacksonville. Curr and family ut Bethaho. Arrangements were discussed HOXMC. Carrollton C'arrolllon Notes Matlacks, Mrs. Don Hunt and the fourth birthday of their CARROLLTO N - Mrs. C. G.! Pui>d y- who spent tlie past week I Carlson', and daughter, Nancy. Grul'tun Notes 'of Vienna, 111. i^i r . anc j Mrs. Wilbur Oouin and | ( n Achievenieiii Dav Kixxis and Larry Stanley, Brent Bundy, | Pattie and Mike Gowin. S|iecial.s on July 11' al the Farm .Wilford Campbell spent the week-j Judy Fields. Joaji Gethers. and| Hulbert Hawk ol Greenfield Bureau Office. FJdwjirdsville. and 'end at the Lake of the Ozarks.iJudy Otterbach. all of Cam- spent the weekend with hi'- clothing achievement on July 19. •They were accompanied homejbridge City, Ind., were weekend mother. Mrs. W. E. Hawk ami J.-iniw Klein j>a\v u demonstrii- ; by Uieir daughters, Patty ajidiguests of Charles Carlson and hisjf tim ily. lion on "How lo load a camera" ] Donna, and Qiiquila and Marty; parents, the Res- and Mrs. Roy! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne O/buii. and P;iit> Uoisey showed "Hoi'. ... , sons, will come this week ; from daughter, Jean. Davenport, la., for a visit ^r. and Mrs. Sam Ihornton i Lt. and Mrs. Robert Frank of'Jr. are parents of a son, their . . , at C amp Red Bud near Kaiser. , Q | Mo . ' 1 havSn" been eone since Thurs-i Mrs. Amelia Forbes entered ! Kentucky spent from Friday un- j first child, born Saturday night, ° M * .... . son . the Jersey Community Hospital and sons of | til Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. i al Cai-llnville Area Hospital. "-- ltld> - ftl "" ™ u UMlea nu son ' ^ v ' ' !W. G. Frank. , Mrs. Cordon Brown. Mr. and Mrs. George Sounders Mrs. Robert Walker of Spring- to make a belt." i field, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sandra Sabolf talked on "Good Greismeir ot Jerseyville wer,- Ti ,,,,,. M, nn ,,. h - and .M drcellll I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mi>. Oorsey on "Bilking Equipment.' Mrs. Purl visited her son-!" le Jersey community Hospital:""" '""" •" --—— "-—| ljCO Qzbun. Mrs. Walker re Th.-'girls whose birthdays fall •_,. . . .. , ,. .. U1 -mw and daughter, Mr. and i Fl ' idu - v for tests al 'd medical j ^ eeke " cl « uesls 0| Mr - ami Ml ' s -| ma ined lor a week's visit. in July «ere honored. Marjon, Thornton is the lornier Marilyn!*' ,, „, f ' , ,, . 'ii-patmpni Bennett Brown. ,, . ,,,. A . AI,I.-,H ,, , • , i\VHIinn, R nnri m- H nrinHr P nl S are Ml '«' »™* Shuberl ° f U) ' bana ' rnt!.™! "^ - - ' «- —. -, - Ml - and Mlh " A ' ' V Al)b °" <*<*>*** K« VR '"° ^ liino sel ^ pi Mr. and Mrs. UdoH^ers o, ^VVil.iams and ^n^ents-^-^^----—, Mr . and ^ Benne( ,_ M,, Do ,,thy Ambu,,, who h^;^——^ ,^ re|um . — I Havana spent from Friday ,,„. W ' I Meyers. On Sunday Mrs. Ron-1Thornton. . relurne d have returned home from Chica- to her home from the hospital;^ -here they visited with their had undergone sur- Ll " der vsltd j *1J tj t.1 O. V^Xt KJ\^«»^«VV % y AI*itJ. -twil , » «*v» .* tv**«. , . |ald Hewitt of Buda came loi Miss Ruth Mellor of Fairfield, i wnere spend two weeks at the Meyers : Iowa, spent Saurday with her: geiy> , ..., ,, . ,. IT home while her husband is at sister. Mrs. C. B. Guy. They gi'andch.ldren, Mr. and Mrs. H. Camp McCoy in Wisconsin. were guests of their aunt, Mrs. ^' nes '" Vf Cd „ son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and , . med.cal patient at St. \ home gund , afler a vi>il rja s Hospita A on. ,, turned home Friday. Miss Mil- f jn the plu>ed, led by refroshment.s, assisted by her •-.... -. .. dred Dunlope of Alton spent the! Belfas is starting construction mome| , geles. Calif,, and her daughter.|weekend at the home of her par-jol a new $3 million bridge across Mrs. Frank Turner, and family, ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dun-1the River Lagun. It will take five Ci-aretie smoking is gaining Busy Bee 4-H Club :» a I Piasa C. J. Doyle, in Springfield Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schnelten, !of Boulder City, Nev. ilope. years to complete. in West Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Siemer and; Mr. and Mrs. George Schnelten faim y " slted ,, ^" dayt >" with Dr. and Mrs. John SHIPMAN Peoria have been spending sev-; eral days vacation with his par-i .,, ,, .., . , , , Th r . , Pll . v ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. U - vn "' Mrs - C ;'- VIU1DIS a daughter i lie Uu in. busy 0 | Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schnelten. Bee 4-H Club of Piasa had its; \^~ ^^ £ ^ M iss Betty Garratt of St. Louis c r,f \Tu<nn pin, ui-o'SPcnt the weekend here with her 3 \Jl IVlcl&UJ 1 Vrf J LV Ctl C; a few days this week' fatner - David Garratt. Mrs. Cacldey's parents, Mr. Mr ' and Mrs - L ' A ' Flick of Frank Parks. Beneficial's Summer Money Special gives you cash fast - at home or away Phone today! Ask about BENEFICIAL'S fast, convenient SUMMER MONEY SPECIAL. Get cash for vacation or any good reason — plus your own Credit Card for extra cash wherever you go. "You're the boss" at BENEFICIAL! Loans S25 to $800—Loans life-insured at lew cost 301 BELLE STREET, Second Floor, ALTON HOward: 2-9281 • Ask for the YES MANager OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT— PHONE FOR EVENING HOUM Uoni modi I* iuid;nu tl ill »riouit<iit| IMTM - BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. O •*• KNtFICIAL FINANCE CO. first "Achievement Day" ; its organization Friday after-! i noon at the annex of Piasa j i Methodist Church. The mem-j . bers demonstrated culinary ar!s: an ^ land had projects on display. The! ; 12 members modeled the cloth-' ' ing made this summer. I The girls re-enacted the skit; ilhat won a blue ribbon at the! Jack wi F]ick , s moth Mrs _ w _ c Kel . ii ] >' ^ the llome of Ml ' and Ml ' s ' o oli ' M °"' Ml ' «.iih 7,.imwi!r' ' ' ' Miss Winifred Varble of Wash- wun menus. Mrs. Francis Ham- "'g ton ' D - c - who is employed f man and family of Decatur visit- in the office of Congresswoman ....... ™ .„ "led durine tlie weekend with MI-K.;Edna Simpson, arrived Saturday hnville in June. They will at- lenil County Progress Day at Carlinville on Wednesday. Leaders of the club are Mrs *"*• Beilc> u >' att ls s ' George Darr and Mrs. Waller sciiaei. :,-•.-..;.-;•;. - ; of Allelltown , Pu . : wno wil i vj^t ,- M ,,H l ' d " d to spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Varble. Miss Varble was accompanied Duncan Mrs Flovd !sever " 1 weeks ^ Ul l'ei : "daugiT-! hom f ^ he }' niec f- fgby Hubbs, uunuan, .MIS. iMo.ua ,. „. . . Jou(i(( and j^;and her nephew, Jeff Hubbs, both fer. ily in Belleville. James B. Gary and Ins grand- Local women's clubs arc fight- son, Michael Gary of Kansas Ci- ing a plan to have a tea bar ty ;u-e spending this week with i relatives here tor a month. Miss Selby Hubbs left Sunday for Alton to visit her uncle and aunt, for women only in a Worcester GaryV sister, Mrs. Maurice L. Ml '- and Mlv Philli P Leininger. : England, pub. The women fear MeKin. mid attending the Greene- We<ikelld guests of Mr. and "disastrous results." County fair. Mrs - George Teasley and Mr. ; ... — ..._ iaiid Mrs. Clarence Horn were Telegraph Want Ads Daily Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" I Mi's. Everett Kenyon of Los An- HIGHEST RESALE VALUE Official used car reports prove The Lark holds its value better than any other low-priced six past •eager U.S. car. Lasting value is just one of a do/en reasons that will sell you on The Lark. Why there's plenty of electricity wherever you go You feel like a pioneer as you pitch camp in the pinei, and drop your fishing line in some secluded spot. You're roughing it, but not enough lo spoil your fun. For today wherever you roam, rural electric lines supply the conveniences of home. Electrification of remote areas like this was long delayed. Rural people were widely scattered — sup- posedly'too costly to reach with electricity. Then time the Rural Electrification Administration, and rural Americans organized non-profit groups, borrowed money from the REA, and built their own power lines. These rural electrics have agreed to serve e\eryorie near or far, big or small—at lowest possible cost. At the same time, they've been prevented by law from serving towns of over 1,500, and people already being served. But despite these handicaps, in only 25 years, rural electric systems have built 1.5 million miles of line and today serve 16 million rural Americans. Best of all, the cost of rural electrification is borne by the people who use it. And already 1,000 rural elec. tries—mostly cooperatives—have paid over $1 billion in principal and interest on their $3 ] /s billion REA loans —added proof this is one of the best investments our Nation has ever made. O'MOM IN-THI DEALINQ'S GREAT AT YOUR STUDEBAKER DIALER'S. mauiiiiuiiHMii " W ORIO JAZZ SERIES" I "4 womp CM *AQlQ /•.t:,v»iH *.! |..".r.«f Ignf BY STUDEBAKER YOURS FOB ONLY V" A M.J.I. Eledric Cooperative, Inc. p.o.ioxifi Carllnvllte, Illlnoli SJ-7...Ai Sean In iXtt MifMln* JUM 20, 1960.

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