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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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SIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Green fieWBiurati Meeting Tuesday . Des. 30. (Spe- elat—The January meeting of the Hdfne Bureau unit will be hell at tt» home of Mrs. Edwin Hel|m*r Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. James Fort) and Charles Barton will present tfrs. the majof lesson. "Choosing a Prnetl- cal Wardrobe," and local leaiers wffi give the minor lesson. 'Vcc! dent Prevention In the -Home. Officers will be installed. >trs. Andrew balton was recently elect' ed chairman; Mrs. Lee Witt, tnry-treasurer; Miss Loretta Htyes, vice chairman; and Mrs. Russell Rlggs, recreation chairman. tfrs. GREENFIELD — Mr. and Lee Witt entertained member! of the McCracken family at a holiday dinner Monday. Guests \ ere C E. McCracken, Miss Jennie McCracken and Miss Harriet Ber-nes. Athensville; Miss Sophia McCrack en, Miss Lela Meng, Albert Weng, Mr. and Mrs. William Witt. afid Mrs. Charles Witt and da igh ter, Caroline Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Andrew Dallon, E. N. Scogglns, Mrs. Donald B. Boyel, Wrl?hts, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Newman and son.'K. W. and Bob and Connie Witt. A Christmas tree party and gift exchange foil wed the dinner, Martha Class Party GREENFIELD — Mrs. Hlirold Ford, Mrs. Robert Ford, and Mrs. Thomas Ford will be hostesses to members of the Martha clans of the Methodist Church and the teacher, Mrs. Charles Meng, at the annual Christmas party and gift exchange Friday night at the country home of Mrs. Harold Ford. Birthday Dinner GREENFIELD—Miss Elizibeth Bell entertained Mr. and Mrs, William Jackson, Carrollton, and Rtchard Tendlck, Jerseyvllk, at dinner Wednesday night in oliserv- ance of Mrs. Jackson's blrtht ay, Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Comdr, *alph M, Metcalt and daughter, Marshall Lea, Madison, Win., visited with Comdr. Metcalf s aunt, Mrs. IK. T, Smith, Tuesday. Comdr. and Mrs. Metcalf and their daughter^ are Visiting Mrs. Mctsalf's mother, Mrs. P. J. Achenbach, "CarrolHon, Mr. and Mrs. John Connolc and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Trost, and sin, J. B. Jr., Carrollton, were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Guy Secor Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe D, Kelly,! Clayton, Mo., visited recently with Mrs. Kelly's parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Glenn Haven. Mrs, Lasell Wnric and son Bobby, Taylorvllle, have boon sp< ndtng neveral days with Mrs. Wade's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vali ntlne. Wade joined them Thursday and attended the Installation of offtl- cer» of the local Masonic chapters. Mrs. Charles Fesler and Miss Bllzabejth Bell were guests ot Mrs. Jack McDonald,', Carrollton, Thurs- •Mr* 5 Forrest" B/ Smlftl and daughter, Miss Martha Seta Smith, „ have returned after spending several flays In Chicago. They^ were guests of Miss Lallla Skinner in 'Evanston, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Smith spent Christmas at the home-of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scranton, and son Jimmy, In Taylorvllle. Mrs. R. V. O'Connor, Leavenworth, Ki.n., Is spending the holidays with her cousin, Mrs, Frank Green and family. James B. Gary has returned to Kansas Clty.rMo., after a visit at th> home Of his brother-in-law and sjster, Mr. and Mrs. Maurco L. Melvln. Miss Virginia Lewis, who Is employed In St. Louis, and Charles Lewis, a student at the UnWerslty of Illinois. Urbana, ore spending their vacations with their grandmother, Mrs. Olive Greek and with Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Ferguson. They accompanied Mrs. Green and h,er children, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Green, Cawollton; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown, Wanda; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Green Louisiana, Mo., and Mr. "and Mrs. Carson Green, to a family dinnt r and Christmas party at Hllltotj cafe near Brlghton,i where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Liurence Greene. Mrs. Floyd Miller, Fairvlew, Is visiting her parents, Mr, at d Mrs. William I.'Witt. Guests at a family dinner during Mrs. Mille -'a visit wer.e Mr. and Mrs. Leo W It, Bob and Connie Witt, Mr. an Mrs Frank Witt and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hedgeeock a)nd son. Coy, and E. N. Scoggins. Mrs.E.Engelkl 78,Worden,Dies WORDEN. Dec. 30 (SpeLlaD — Mr«, Emma Engelke, 78, a lifelong resident or Worden k-iclnlty, olea 8t 6:15 R. m, today at t he home ofJier son, Oustave, near /Vorden. Sh* had been HI for the past 10 months. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mr*. Fred Meier, Mrs. Engelke WM born July 5,1871, In Alhambra K^SJJP'. 8 * 16 was marrlod April 8J, 1892 in Gehlenbeck Lutheran Church, near Hamel, (o Paul Engelke. Her hmband died in De- ccmber of w^S, SMVlvlnS «re two sons, 'aul and E., o| near Wordsn; two er8, Mrs, Elsie Alhkscht, of Staunton; Mrs. MetJ Bering, ft»«r brothers, Henb Meter SMILES RADIATE around .the Christmas tree in the governor's •»••••—»•» ivrtvtriiM Ul WWI IVJ ,1 I It* V*t >l IJ I I I ID ,3 | I CC "I I MC CUVC^I t l\Jl 3 mansion at Springfield as Cov. Adlai E. Stevenson and his'three sons are reunited for the holidays. The three boys are, -left to /ight, Adlai III, John Fell and Borden. The boys came to Springfield from ^•^-lt^*^s I* i.^j.Li^.^.'.^i. schools in the east. Roxana Playground Plaque To Be Dedicated Jan. 14 ROXANA, Dec. 30.—At a meet- T» T» . • TT Ing of the "build a better commun- IxOXana KotariailS Hear lly" contest committee of the Roxana Woman's Club, nt the home of Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Norvell, West Fifth street, tentative plans were made for formal presentation of the tree pledge plaque to the Roxana recreation board nnd Village Board. The plaque Is being made by G, R. Hughlns, chairman of the citizens committee for recreation and playground development, nnd the letters for names of donors of trees are being placed. The plaque will be ready for the presentation ceremony Jan. 14, Final plans will be announced later. Names of the donors ns they will appear on the plaque will be as follows: Mr, and Mrs. Willlnm Jacoby, South Roxana, Dnd's Club Auxiliary, Charley's Market, John Kleeman nnd son, South Roxann Girl's Club, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. D, H. Hunter, T. Adcock, W. C. Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller, Mr, and Mrs. Lamar McCormlck. , C. W. Hardesty, Optimist Club of Wood River, Roxann Girl Scouts, Wood River Woman's Club, Roxana American Legion Auxiliary No. 870. Roxana Woman's • Club, Mr. ond Mrs. Roy Armes, Helen and Lana Zakrzewskl, Roxana Legion Post No. 870, Mr, and Mrs. D. C. McLaln, Mr, ( and Mrs, Charles Harbke, Mr. and'Mrs. Merle Green, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Foil*, Mr. and Vfrs, Gordon R. Hughlns, Roxnna Volunteer Fire Department. Wood River V.F.W. Post No. 2859, Clara B. . Meiser, Harry V. Kelser, Mr. and Mrs, Denver jarbke, Mr. and Mrs, Ira Klllam, ,. The report to be sent to the Genera] Federation of Women's Clubs In Washington, D. C., was discussed nnd the final draft of H s being made by Mrs. G, R. Hughins, chairman of the "Build n Bet- cr Community" contest, committee. The contest Is being sponsored by the GFWC and the Kroger Co Present at the meeting were Mr, and Mrs. DeWUt Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. G, R. Hughlns, nnd the host ind hostess, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Norvell. Mrs. George Prnntc, another member of the committee, was not present, Pinochle Club ROXANA. — Mrs. Lolnnd Longman, Central avenue, entertained members of a plnochlo club Wednesday evening at her home. Prizes vere won by Mrs. Keith McFor- and, Mrs. Jacob Wlllman, Mrs leba Berger, and Mrs. William inmllton. Other, guests were Mrs. Merle young. Mrs, S. H. McGill, mem- 'fra, and Mrs. Phyllis Wlllman, Rfunlth, Mich,, n guest. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The club will meet In two veeks with Mrs. Berger In Alton. Family Christina* Party ROXANA.—Mr. and Mrs. Wll- hert True and twin daughters, Judy and Joan, East Sixth street entertained members of Mrs True's family at a Christmas party, Wednesday evening. Gifts were exchanged and Gary -IncolnvlUe, Kan., Merlin, Guthrle Okla, Fcod, Farmervtile, and Wlliam I*, Edwardsvllle; three sisters. Mrs. Fredrlcka Shalienberg; New jouglas; Mrs. Lena Pleper, Stras- Jurg, and Mrs. Anna Henke, Staxm- ton; nine grandchildren, and two jreat grandchildren. The body is nt Worden funeral home where friends may c«H Saturday evening and until time of funeral. Brief rites will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the funeral homo after which the body will be taken to Gehlenbeck Lutheran Church for services at 2 p. m. to be conducted by the Rev. A, G. Oelchmann. Talk on High School ROXANA Dec. 30.—The Rotary Club met Wednesday evening at the First Presbyterian Church and program chairman Sidney W. Frey Introduced Carl Gregory, assistant principal of Roxana Community High School, who spoke ofi the new course of study to bo adopted by the high school. Truman May. county farm adviser, Edwardsville, was a guest. Koxana Notes ROXANA. — Mrs. Phyllis Will, man and children of Munlth, Mich., Is visiting at the home of her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Willman of Central avenue. Mrs. Hcnriette Erlxon, $ clerk at Harbke's Market, is confined to her home on Central avenue because of Illness. George Cllne, Shewmaker's Market, has returned from Terre Haute, Ind., Cllne spent where he nnd the holidays, Mrs. Mrs. Cllne, a registered nurse, remained to attend her father who is 111. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wolverton of Kast Third street were dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. M Goewey nnd sons of Forrest Homes. Entertain Friends ROXANA.— Mr. and Mrs. "Hr A; Warren, Central avenue, enter- talned several friends at a get-together Wednesday evening, Games were played and refreshments served by Mrs. Warren Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roberts, Granite 'City, Mr. and Leon Ruff, Colllnsvllle, Mr. ' Paul ~"r.T"— ""• -•--« •»»•!»* *>.i * ap *A t\ i^uit\nii *»"" ~ ~"""** »•**** VfQiiinSf IVE i\ find y; F ' W> JAuxllI '»fy Post No. 2859, Mrs. Harold Hadfield, and Mr, and rtr. and Mrs. Cecil Dorrls, Wood 1VIrs - Robert Wilson, Wood River River Junior Woman's Club, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Latham Hni'rls, Mr. and Mrs. H. J, McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norvell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Gross, Roxana Teacher a Association, Mr. and Mrs. Preson Bledsoe. Roxana Rotary Club, toxnna Boy Scouts, Presbyterian Brotherhood of Roxana Presby- ;erlnn Church, and in memory of nary Jo Rice and James Nathan Hervey Allen Rites Today MIAMI, Flo., Dec. 30, (/Pi—Funeral services will be held today for William Hervey Allen, 60, author of "Anthony Adverse" and other books, who died at his home Wednesday. Allen, who was born in Pittsburgh, died ju.st 20 days after his 60th birthday. He will bo buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery at B later dote. Nosed Reindeer;" Patricia"~Kaufr' fold sung "The Rag Doll;" John Kauffold sang "Here Comes Santa j>»uiiuiu sang -ncre comes Santa n , ,, « , t j .„ "'" mr? Glaus;" Joan True gave a reading Calvln , 'Smith of South Market an "My Christmas Dolly." and .Turiv nounced today that thev- havo re --— • --—-. »*«fc. b MVC 11 iCttlUUlI 'My Christmas Dolly," and Judy True read VThree Little Dollys." A buffet dinner was served. Those attending were John Van Buren and son, John Henry, of West Alton, Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Miss Bernice Kauffold, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Grow and daughter, Brenda, Mr. and Mrs A' W. Grow and daughter, Miss Marguerite, and son. Richard, of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider and daughter, Pamela of East Alton, \ Methodist Party At South Roxana SOUTH ROJCANA, bee. 30 — Fifty members attended the Christmas party of the'Sunshine Sisters at the Methodist Church, Wednesday evening. The tables were arranged In a U shape and decorated with snowmen centerpieces and candles mounted on & white blocki pohv setta» and greenery. The exchange gifts were placed near a chimney where a Santa tlaus was descending. Fav&rj were red boots topped with white and tied with white ribbon. The women drew names for new Sunshine Sisters. Mrs. Lloyd Ellis, read a memoriam to Mrs. Frances Hayes, a member who died during the holidays. Games were played and a quiz composed of questions- about South Koxana, was conducted • by Mrs. John Kleeman, assisted by Mrs. Roberta Holder and Mrs. Paul Potter. Twenty-seven contestants were on each side artd Mrs. Holder's group defeated the group led by Mrs. Potter. Dessert was served at the close of the evening. Mrs. Walter Ogg was chairman of the entertainment committee, ftsisted by Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Wilson Stagner, and Mrs. Kleeman. Mrs. John Willeford was chairman of the refreshment committee, with Mrs. William Hanfelder, Mrs. Emll Southard, Mrs. Judy Willis and Mrs. Dorothy Oldham. Mrs. Helen Magee served fts chairman of the decorating committee with Mrs. Frank Frlzzell, Airs. Esther Grange, Mrs. Irene Eades and Mrs. Floyd Ellis. ! Correction SOUTH ROXANA—Watch night services will be held Saturday night, not Sunday night; ns errun- cously stated In a recent edition of the Telegraph, at the Wanda Methodist Church. The Rev. Gerbert Bennett, Granite City, will speak at Sunday morning services at the church. Two Hartford Watch Services HARTFORD, Dec. 30. — The Rev, B. Dawson has announced a watch service will be held at the Methodist Church Saturday from 10 to 12 p. m. The public is invited. Members of the First Baptist Church will hold' a watch service at the church from 9 to 12 p. m. Saturday. A missionary film, "Kenju 'Comes Home," will be shown followed by entertainment and refreshments. Devotions will close the evening. Recovering from Injuries HARTFORD — Eddie Williams, who was injured about two weeks ago while playing basketball, is "able to get about now without' crutches. „• .The, 'doctor said' that the '\ knee would not have to be operated on, but Eddie will not be able to play basketball this season. ' <-. To Attend BYP Meeting HARTFORD — Members of the Baptist Youth Fellowship of the First Baptist Church will attend the association meeting at the Cherry Street Baptist Church in Alton, Tuesday evening. Entertains Club HARTFORD — Members of the pinochle club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Mary Cooper, West Sixth, street,, Wednesday evening. Prizes were given to Mrs. Ruth' Backensto, Mrs. Ossie Plc- kett, Mrs., Doris Dugan, and Mrs, Muriel Sparks. The hostess served refreshments. In Uyo weeks, the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Muriel Sparks, East Second street. Announce Wedding HARTFORD — Mr, and Mrs. nounced today that they have received word that their daughter, tforma, was, married yesterday In SURGICAL APPLIANCE Co. Schools Wilt Open Monday In Poster Atm FOSTEfcBtrRO, See, 30. -. Schools in thft Foster efommunity will open Monday, It was the understanding of some persons that school would not begin until Tuesday, but after a conversation with- County Supt. George T. WHWns, It was discovered that Monday Is not counted as a legal holiday and that It would be necessary to make up the day in May If Schools were dismissed Monday. Among the schools In this vicinity which will fee resumed Monday are Fosterbtirg, Sherfy and Helens. Larry Rush Hospital Patient FOSTERBURO — Larry Rush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rush, has been a patient at.St. Joseph's Hospital since Monday. He underwent surgical treatment Tuesday. List Church Services at Kane KANE, Dec. 30—Sunday school at the Methodist Church will be at 9:45 a. m., Sunday, with Miss Mary Brooks in charge. At 10:45 a. m. the regular morn- Ing worship service will be held. Evening services will be at 7:30 p. m. ' At the Church of Christ, bible, reading will be at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at the 'Baptist Church will be at 9:45 a. m. William Harmon will be in charge. At 10:45 a. m., the Rev. Mason Smith will preach. The Young People and the Boys and Girls will meet at 6:30 p.. m. and the Family Gospel hour will be at 7:30 p. m. Entertains with Luncheon KANE—Mrs. C. L. Hawk had as six o'clock dinner guests, Mrs. Bob Farrow, Eldred, Mrs. R. J, Vallentine and Mrs. W. L. Richards, Carrollton. On the Sick List KANE—Mrs. Henry Brooks and the Rev. Harry Fish have been confined to their homes for the past week by illness. Kane Notes KANE—Mr. and Mrs. Lou Me- Dermott, St. Louis, were guests Wednesday of Mrs. T. J. Masterson. Mrs. Robert Yocom, Fidelity, Arkansas to Robert Schwarbert, Springfield. Hartford Notes ' HARTFORD ^— Mr. and Mrs. David Bear and son, Phillip, visited with Bear's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Madison Bear, Tuscumbia, Mo., over the Christmas holidays. Mrs. .Minnie Jones, Granite City, spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs, Belle Fitzhugh. When she returned Wednesday, Mrs. Fitzhugh accompanied her and visited with her niece and sister, Thurs j day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zagar, East Elm street, are entertaining Mrs. Zagar's nephew, Herman Lee Morris, Brownsville, Tenn., who is spending the holidays here. Mr.> jSBo, fflWr IdL. „ ______ «iu & -TiStiS*i' iitdtt ft at^uJKT^. ens, ot, LIOTIUL VMllM TaeSBay *% *&Mft! &. ^J*ft«8«* v |tt-. ^i**o0 AT&VU. j vcuvc her honre at Alton, ' •» * **»» M*««**<CU«AWJI Uy WftO 1 Hall -DWftft at. Jefferson Barrack* Ho8£tt&i Uie past two wefclts, w«l *t»t* lo *" horn* toiay. Mt. and Mrs arrived home Wednesday from two month* t trip tftftrtigh (ft* west. Enrdute horns they Itffp- ped at Tutea, Okla'., ind '*$*nt Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Proctor, Mrs. VantterSand's mother, Mrs.-E. G. s Pft>efcsr,, toho spent the past two months at Tulsa, accompanied them home. Bethalto Legion Solicits Toys BETHALTO, Dec. 30 (Special)— The drive to collect toys, which will be shared with European children was started here yesterday and will continue a week, ac» cording to Commander Eugene Berghoff, of the Legion Post 214, under whose sponsorship the drive Is being conducted. Toys may be left at Prehn's Hardware store, where a special container has been placed. If pickup delivery Is necessary, Gerghoff may be called, at 228-R. The pro* Ject Is one promoted by the National Legion headed, "Tide of Toys," alphabetically known as TOT. ••;... Berghoff asks that the toys be prepared for overseas -shipment with a note or a Christmas greeting enclosed from the giver. Not only children, but.the entire community may participate. The shipload of toys will 'be distributed through CARE to European countries, including Great Britain, France, Italy,. Belgium, Holland, Norway, Germany, Austria, Greece, Czechoslovakia and possibly Poland and Yugoslavia. Old Timer Visits Here BET.HALTO — Many older residents will be interested to know that a former 1 , citizen has not forgotten them. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clemments visited with Mr. and Mrs. Art Elllbtt, enr6ute from St. Louis to Jacksonville, where he is veteran's advisor at Illinois College. Jess Is the son of a former pastor of the Methodist Church, R. O. Clemments, who is now living in Norrls City. He . and his sister, Ruth, who resides In Springfield, attended school here in the old four-room building which was razed when the local units were built. He plans to return here in the near future, he' said, and a "round-up" of school mates and friends will be attempted. Married Tonight BETHALTO — Frank Schoppett and Miss Evelyn Bourland are to be married at 7 o'clock this evening in the Mor^o Presbyterian Church. The Rev. E. C. Parrlsh will officiate. Bethalto Notes BETHALTO — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Depew and Joey have returned from Oklahoma City where they spent Christmas with their daughter and family, Bob Gray spent Christmas and Monday here with his wife and in- Mohnnie Walker SHOES FOR MEN COLORS: • Burgundy • Tan • Black French ' t toe with contrasting stitch. 15 ,. .OTHER STYLES $3.95 up Between OAK and SPRING Streets' ESTERN SHOE STORES 804 EAST BROADWAY two — "••*- t j wa, <k*w\4 -iw*****! VII. TT4JI «£JV4CIV at 10:30 p. m., using as his subject, "Bindms Realtle* fa & Chang" " " - Jhe All, American tfi&rtet, from Mt Vernon, •will take part in the special musical program which Is planned. , Concordla Luthefftrf 'Church, of which the-ftev. E. J. Kolb Is, pastor,- wlil observe « special com- munten service at the ehtttch New year's five. The services .will begin at 7:SO p. nV after which the DoMai Society wll sponsor A congregational gathering in the recreation room for, & watch service. There will be a short prayer service at midnight. Cottage HIHg Notes COTTAGE HILLS — Monday guests at the home of Mr. and Mnj. Henry Tlek" were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tlek,. Mr. and Mrs. A. W.'- Miller, Peoria; .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwarfls and sons, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Tiek, Bethalto, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Holland and son of Gllles- pie. The Edwards triplets, Clyde, Curt and Keith, remained at the Tiek home to spend a week at the home of their grandparents. The Rev. Jack Brown and family were called to Zelma, Mo., the first of the week by the illness of his mother. Richard, small -son of the 'Rev. and Mrs. dine Barkey, entered Wood River 1 Township Hospital, Friday, for a tonslllectdmy. The Rev, and - Mrs. Kenneth Marshall 'and SQns visited' friends in £arlinvllle, Monday, ^ •'• , Playwright Dies LONDON, Dec. -30, <£>>— The death of Horace Wykeham Can Newte, British author and playwright, was announced today. He was 80. The time, place and cause were not announced. fant son at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gray. Hte will return here from Chicago for the New Year. weekend and his family will return to Chicago with him Monday. •Mrs.' Eunice Laird, Cottage Hills, visited Mrs.,A. C. McGaughey and Mrs. ^Nelle Ellspermann, Thursday afternoon. J. E. Ferree, Alton,, called at the Ellspermann home Thursday. • Arch Rollins received jvord. on Thursday, afternoon, of the sudden death of his brother in White Hall. The family left h'ere to go there immediately. Mr. 'and Mrs. Samuel Gehrke have as a guest Gehrke's mother, Mrs. Frances Gehrke of Troy, Mo. She will remain until after New Year's. . 95 ti *•«•«*'***. v V<D* __ *» VT*GX»C wis rushed to th* swfcS dozers cleared the way fof ditto*. ; , Letwrtdft, Cec, 3d, (/By- Police attested 36/8 of them Jews, and seited hint steam launches today. Authorltlei said ft secret committee made up of Jews, 6hrlstfans find Meslemi Was preparing to expedite Jewisli emigration frott here to Israel. LOOK « ' . • : You Can Buy A Guaranteed ^ REFRIGERATOR OC C PER FOR . .429 DAY PUT YOUR QUARTER IN THE METER NO DOWR PAYMENT COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN IT TO YOU Each quarter you put in the meter applies to your account. When your account is paid , the meter Is removed and refrigerator is yours. J . LANDLORDS - Your tenants would appreciate this. RLTOn - REFRIfiERHflOn 560 E. Broadway Dial 3-7722 NOTICE! INFORMATION WANTED . FROM ; OUTBOARD MOTOR OWNERS OF ALL HORSEPOWER CLASSIFICATIONS. The First Annual Marathon Boat Races, from Alton to Hardin and return, will be held June 11, 1950. The sponsors of this race want to know If you .prefer a race of stock motors or racing motors. Please mail in coupon before Tuesday, Jan. 3rd. .V'' , - • ......"•' . ^n I Mail to E. C. Kramer, Box 1160, c/o Alton Evening Telegraph, i . 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