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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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if OUT ALTON IVEMNO TKLKOKAFH WIDNtlDAY, JANUARY 4» MM ement announcing the engagement of their daughter, Frances, to Frnn- '» L. Laurich, n of Mrs. Bruce [Colbert of Rosewood Heights, East Alton, and L. Laurich, of Shreve- rt, La. A May wedding Is being planned. The Felden MtssaTeMen. family formerly resided In Rosewood Heights. Miss Felden attended the East Alton- Wood River High School and was graduated from Grossmen t Union High School in Grossmont, Calif., In 1949. Mr. Laurich, who served In the United States Navy, is employed at the Western Cartridge Co. Bheppard-Thompmn Wedding Arthur L. Sheppard, son of Theo C. Shept>ard of Meadowbrook and Mrs, Ruth E. Sheppard, 3619 Coronado drive, and Miss Tola Lee Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thompson of Rose- Wood Heights, were married before the Rev. David H. Toomey In, the parsonage of Upper Alton • Baptist Church Saturday, December 31, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Members of the immediate families were guests at the wedding, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Bounty, brother-in-law and sister of .the bridegroom, were the couple's attendants. A reception at the home of the bride's parents followed the wedding and was attended by relatives and friends of the bridal couple. Mr. Sheppard has been a stu- . dent at Shurtlcff College since • last September. He was In the Wedding Friday Night Henry White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blueford White, 2410 East Broadway, and Miss Bonnie Lee Hlnes, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gates, 210 Cherry street, will be married before Justice of the Peace Henry P. Beneze Friday night. Mr. While Is employed by the Alton Boxboard Company and his bride-to-be Is, employed In the Upper Alton store of Walnut Grove Dairy. Board Meeting Poatnoned Board 'meeting of the Twenty- second District, Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, scheduled for Sunday, January 8, has been postponed. Time and place of the postponed business session will be announced. United States Army and served In Japan for two years. —»— Miss Lukeman Engaged Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reddick of Bethalto are announcing the engagement of Mrs. Reddick's daughter, Miss Jo Anne Lukeman, to Lorman P. Wehling, son of Mrs. Alma Wehling of Carpenter, III. Miss Lukeman attended Marquette and Alton High schools, and was employed by the Rice-O'Neill Shoe Company of St. Louis as payroll clerk. Mr. Wehling, graduate of Ed- wardsvlile High School, Is employed by the United States Postal Transportation* Service and is on duty in St. Louis. He Is a veteran of World War 2, having served three years in the United States Army. rermer Mlts Rath Spark* Marries Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sparks of Bolton, Mass., have announced Uw marriage of their only daughter, Ruth, to William H. Long. The marriage took place October 27 at Philadelphia where the bride has been employed, and where the groom is connected with an advertising agency. He belongs to ah old family In Philadelphia and is the last of his line. Anniversary Observed Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shatluck of Godfrey road entertained with a buffet supper New Year's Day In observance of their thirtieth wedding anniversary. Members of the Immediate family were In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Shattuck are parents of a son, Spencer, and a daughter, Mrs. Julius Weeks, and grandparents of four children. Mrs. Shattuck will be remembered as Miss Ethel Gertrude Strong. _.«_ Infant Christened Richard William, son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Graef of 2432 Henderson street was christened New Year's Day by the Rev. Thomas Gorman In St. Ambrose Church. Sponsors were Mr, and Mrs. Richard A. Graef of St. Louis, uncle and aunt of Richard William who was born December 17. Prior to the christening dinner was served at the Graef home, SHEPPARD .. THOMPSON — Miss Izola Thompson and Arthur Sheppard were married Dec. 31 in the- parsonage of the Upper Alton Baptist Church by the Rev. David Toomey.—Sheppard photo. Births Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duffner of Farmer City, 111., 'are announcing the birth of their second child and son, Paul Frederick, Saturday morning, December 31, at 8.'30 o'clock at Mennoni » Hospital In Bloomlngton. The babe weighed six pounds and eight ounces. Mrs. Duffner is the former Miss Ann G. Stlritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stlrlts of the Alton-Jer seyville road. - Micholoff, Wood River; Mr. and Mrg. V. Ganes, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. L. Rapier and song, Edward and Foster, and daughter, Kitty Jean, Bob Krelgler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eft, Mr. and Mrs. William Leeson, jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Bowen of Bloomington. Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter, Stephanie Ann, to Mr. and Mrs. William Atkinson of Mount Vernon. The baby, their third child and first daughter, was born December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson moved recently from Alt|n to Mount Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kamp of 219 Wood River avenue, Wood River, are parents of a son born at 8:03 a. m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, weighed five pounds and thirteen ounces and has been given the name of Charles Leonard. Meeting Postponed and present In addition to mem- icrs of the Immediate family and the sponsors were Richard William's maternal great-grandmother, Mrg. Johanna Schneider, and cousins, the Misses Charlotte and Bernlce Graef of St. Louis. Additional guests at the Graef home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steffen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burgert of St, Louis. The couple had planned to defer their marriage longer but the father of the groom was very ill and Insisted that the couple have the ceremony in October as the father did not at that time expect to live and he desired to see his only ion married. Graham-Boyd Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Morris G. 'Boyd of 2909 Werges street are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Lillian, to William Graham, son of Mr, and Mrs. Vane Graham of 240.1 Birch street. The couple plan to wed In the near luture. Mr. Graham Is an employe of tke T. J. Fleming Plumbing and Heating Company, and his fiancee ia employed by the Block Ice Cream Company at Its store, 2515 College avenue. ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Gamma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at Mineral Springs Hotel. j*v —V Travel Club Meeting Travel Club will meet In the parish house of First Methodist Church this evening with Mrs. Robert H. Staehle and Mrs. F. W. Bromaghlm as hostesses. Mrs. Lewis F. Smith will present a travelogue. Party at St. Ambroae St. Ambrose Altar Society of St. Ambrose Church has selected Thursday, May 18, as the date of a card party to be given at Old Cathedral Hall. Anniversary Observed Mother M. Reglna Leeson, member of the Ursuline Order, observed the twenty-fifth anniversary of her profession at the Ursuline Convent on Danforth street New Year's Day. Mother Reglna, superior at SS. Peter and Paul's school in Springfield, returned to Springfield Monday after spending the Christmas holidays in Alton. Sunday's program opened with mass, read at 6:30 o'clock by the Rev. O, L, Munie, an Oblnte father, of Belleville. During mass, attended by members of the Leeson family, Mother Regina renewed her vows. Bob Leeson, a nephew of Mother Regina, and Jackie Kelly were servers. The altars were decorated with flowers sent as gifts by friends. Dinner was served at 12 o'clock to 25 relatives by the Ursuline nuns, and open house was held in the convent parlors from 1 to 5 o'clock. Among the callers was the Rev. Michael Costcllo of Granite City; Miss Theresa Parnen, Mrs. Lorone O'Malley and Ray Farnen, Kansas City; Miss Agnes Goldsberry, Miss Grace Dalley and Guy DeQuerrie, St. Louis; Mrs. A. Miller, Venice; Mr, and Mrs. John Owing- to weather conditions Alton Horticultural Society has cancelled plans for a meeting scheduled for c Thursday at the Congregational church in Godfrey. —«— Upper Alton Woman's Club Mrs. R. Frank Hollls and Mrs. W. C, Buchanan were hostesses to the Upper Alton Woman's Club Tuesday, entertaining at the home of Mrs. Hollis, 412 East Sixth street. Mrs. W. O. Hampton reviewed "Little Squire Jim" by Robert K. Marshall and Mrs. David Andrew Weaver reviewed "Tomorrow Will Be Better" by Betty Smith. Refreshments were served after a business session and program. 4, Chicago Infant Christened Ruth Ann McKinney, four weeks old daughter of Mr. and filrs. Paul E. McKinney of Chicago, was christened New Year's Day by the Rev. Thomas Gorman in St. Ambrose Church. Joseph Englemyer of Quincy and Mrs. Edward McKinney were sponsors. Ruth Ann Is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKinney of Choutenu avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Englemyer of Quincy. A christening dinner was served at the McKinney home where Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. McKinney and babe spent the New Year weekend, and among the guests were Ruth Ann's paternal grandparents who were in Alton for New Year's Day. A daughter, Cynthia Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayhall, 449 Wood River avenue, East Alton, at 3:02 a. m. today In .Wood River Township Hospital weighing seven pounds and 10 ounces. The MayhaU's have two other daughters, Ruby Joyce, 4, and Clara Ann, 2. Robert PoUman, Carrollton,Dic8 CARROLLTON, Jan. 4 (SpMlftl) -Robert Pohlman, IT, mm of Mr, and Mrt. John Pohlman, died Tuesday lit 3:16 p. m. at tilt hofao of his parent* followint MI Illness of one year. He was born In IMS In Carrollton and had redded hen atl of hit life. Surviving In addition to hit parents are a sister, Margaret, and seven brothers, Lee and Alfred, Chicago; Ernest, Fleldon, and Phillip, John, Edward, and James, Carrollton. The body Is at the residence where friends may call. The rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p. m. at the residence. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 9 i. m. In St. John's Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Personal* i L -Tomllnson, ,son ot Mr, and Mr* L. CL Tomllnton, mO Kitt Broadway, returned to th« University of Mlstourla at Columbia, today after (pending the holidays with hit parents. Mr. Tomllnaon is in t*e College of Engineering at th* university. Mr. and Mi* H. H, Look and son, Hunter, have returned to St. Matthew's, Ky., after spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs, Look's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clark, of 1603 Liberty street. W. C. dark, who has been 111 over a long period, remains bed- fas*. Hospital Notes Weather Halts Tufts Recital Mr. and Mrs. Luther R. Kinser, 314 Chaffer avenue, Roxana, are parents of a son. The baby was born at 4:44 a. m. today In Wood River Township Hospital and weighed nine pounds and four ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller- of Bunker Hill have given the name of Charles David to a son, born Tuesday at 11:08 a. m. In Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby, their first child, weighed six pounds and seven ounces. Mrs. Miller was before her marriage, Miss Doris Brooks of Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. William Jaynes of Bunker Hill have announced the birth of a daughter, whom they have named Sherry Yvonne. The baby, weighing eight pounds and 14 ounces, was born at 6:37 p. m., Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. A seven pound son was born at 2:36 a. m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Cantrell of 901 Lorena avenue, Wood River. Wood River Township Hospital Medical Treatment Jlmmle White, Cottage Hills. „ Charlie Trill, Cottage Hllli. Eltaabeth Lindhorst, Cottage Hllli. Mrs/ Virginia Oldham, 838 Wyii, Alton. Serglcal Treatment Announcement has been' made of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Watson of 3310 Leo street. The baby was born at 10:17 p. m. Tuesday In St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing nine pounds and one ounce. ' John Tufts, St. Louis tenor who was scheduled to appear in recital at Godfrey Memorial Chapel this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock under auspices of Montlcello College, will be unable to fill the engagement because of transportation conditions In St. Louts growing out. of the ice storm. The college announced today the recital would be given at some future date. Tufts is known here as two-time soloist \vtlh the community's an- nunl presentation of "The Messiah." Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Douglas of 415 Jefferson avenue are parents of a daughter, weighing nine pounds and one ounce. The baby was born at 2:51 a. m. today In St. Joseph's Hospital. Lodge Notes j ) Larry Calvert, S24 Fountain, Alton, Mlu Betty Jonei, Cotttage Hllli. Walter Robertion, Route 3, Sparta. Dismissals Pete CarlUe. Cottage Hills. Terry Eugene Kelly, Bethalto. Nettle Sharon Hall, Thebei. Mln Grace Heck, 344 Edwardivllle, Wood River. Larry Calvert, 934 Fountain, Alton. Mri. Amelia Meyer, Ninth itrett, Eoit Alton. Mri. Velma Rlgglni, CotUge Hllli. Memorial Hospital Metleal Treatment Mrs. Norma Cllne, 1505 Seminary. Mn. Pearl Beeta, 433 Eait Fourteenth. Mri. Mn. Louise Wllion, J>11 Pearl, Jeneyvllle. Gilbert Carothen, S4S Illlnoli, Ronana. Mrs. Dorothy Brannon, Eldred. William Oiburn. Orafton. Mri. Geraldlne Clynn, Alton, Route 3. Robert Stanton, Fourth itreet, Hartford. Carl Anderson, 3015 Haul. Terry Ann Cranmer, 335S Gillli. Mri. Irli Smith, Alton, Route I. Mri. Eva Morrow, 3807 Grand view. Surgical Treatment Charles Jones, 356 Elm, Roxana. Tommy Sheppard, 1410 George. John H. Mathui, 1813 Washington. Ira- Klrkpatrlck, 108 Fifth, Hartford. Mn. Kdna Solomon, 308 Banner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cleve of Ingram lane, Godfrey, spent .the New Year week-end In Campbell, Mo., with Mrs. C'eve's mother, Mrs. Nola Benson. Miss Wllma McRevey of 855 Fullerton avenue left this after* noon to resume her studies at Illinois State Normal University, Normal. Miss McRevey spent the Christmas holidays touring the south In company with Mrs. Marguerite Shay of Carllnvllle, Miss Isabelle Walley and Miss Dorothy Woods of Stonlngton, and Miss Marie Redfern of Taylorville. The party visited \ Mobile, Belllngrath Gardens, New Orleans, Natchez and other points. Mrs. Elda Enos, Miss Myrtle Paul and Miss Ethel L. Paul spent the New Year's week-end with friends jn Chandlerville. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wessel of Fairmount are expected home today from Colorado where they spent the holidays with relatives. Billy Powers of 2510 Denny street has returned from Jack* sonvllle, 111., where he spent the Christmas holidays with his grand- Httebanrj of Lo»t Aviatri* Is Dead TftOKA, Calif., Jan. 4. <*)- 0*wft Palmer Putnam, «3, pub- llsl»et*husband of the late iviatrlx, Amelia fiarharl, dirt today. t*mam,nO*op*rator of Stove Pipe Wells resort,!" Death Valley, hid been under treatment for uremlc poisoning, and Internal hemorrhages for four week*. Miss Earhart, who vanished on a Pacific, flight in 1937, was the second of his four wives. Since she was declared legally dead In 1939, was married twoce after her disappearance. He Instigated a long search for Miss Earhart His present wife, the former Margaret Havliand, was sit his bedside at his death. As a published, Putnam paid Charles Lindbergh $100,000 for his book "We," the story of jLlnd- bergh's epic non-stop flight from New York to Paris. Dmmmond Rites To Be Thursday Church Events parents, Powers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwardsville. Dlimliiali Mrs. Bertha Wutzler Funeral Services Following funeral rites Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in Morrow-Quinn mortuary the body of Mrs. Bertha Wutzler, 84, widow of Herman A. Wutzler, former Alton merchant, was sent to Long Beach, Calif., by plane for funeral services and burial. Rites at Long Beach, her home, probably will be held Friday afternoon. Pending rites at Long Beach the body will be at Mottells mortuary. The Rev. O. W. Heggemeier, pastor of Evangelical & Reformed Church, officiated at the service here. Miss Emma Joesting wag organist. Carlin Rebekah Lodge will install 1950 officers following a business session Thursday night at Odd Fellows Hall in the North! Side. Mrs. Virginia Merrltt, 31« Mclnerney. William J. Fllppo, 3113 May field. James Pike, St. Jacobs. Maurice Hull, 3336 East Broadway. Henry Snyder, Carrollton. Jackie Hyman. 528 Wyss. Ronnie Joe Shake, Alton, Route 1, Michael Ant, 376 Herbery. Si. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatmenl Paul Bone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bone, 3017 Park. Mn. Flora Morris, 313 Lampert. Joseph Harrelion, Roxane. Mrs. Gladys Grizzle, 340 Roxana. Mlu Lena Boeker, 317 Crane, Edwardsville. Mn. Sadie Delfo. 1116 Main. Grover Duncan, 3030 Belle. William L. Htndenon, 187 Weit Nineteenth. Mri. Mary Margaret Pierson, Grafton. Andy Jamea McDonald, 1607 Joeitlng. Surgical Treatment John Jehle. 636 East Sixteenth. Mrs. Juanlta Michael, Oakwood, Route Dismissal! Mri. Eileen Helen Allen and Infant son, Grafton, Mrs. Mary Poole, 1330 East Fourth. Paul Westbrook. SOS Royal. MM. Bessie Pollard, 394 Jenninsi. Vincent Manion. 330 McGinnii. Samuel Painter. 908 East Fifth. Frank Yost. 336 Zait Broadway. Henry E. Boker arrived by plane Sunday from Mesa, Ariz., to attend his mother, Mrs. Annie Boker of Brighton, who is seriously ill at St. Joseph's Hospital. Fred C. Swain of 2600 Amelia street entered St. Joseph's Hospital for medical attention this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. Joseph Wardein and, daughter, Miss Peggy Wardein, of 1212 Logan street had as guests New Year's Day Judge and Mrs, William Hanley, son, Bill, and daughter, Miss Genevieve Hanley, and Miss Mary- Roerig of Jerseyville. Miss Genevieve Hanley has returned to Washington, D. C., where she is a teacher at Gallaudet College, after spending the holidays in Jerseyville. The Misses Margie Moran and Suzanne O'Neill went to St. Louis today to resume their studies at Maryville College after a Christmas vacation. The Misses Irene Newman, Patty Moran and Marilyn Stolze will resume their studies at Villa Duchesne, St. Louis "County, next Monday after a three weeks' vacation. After Women's Service Society of the First Baptist Church has cancelled plans for a meeting scheduled for Thursday due to weather conditions. The meeting was to have been held at the home of Mrs. C. G. Patterson. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, will meet at the First church Thursday. Executive " board will have a business session at 10:30 o'clock. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 with members of Circle 3 as hostesses. Miss May Paul will be in •charge of devotionals, and Mrs. L. A. Wiseman will present Miss Phyllis Dale, who will play piano selections. Mrs. David Davis will review "The Story of Israel." Naomi Circle will meet at the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church Thursday at 1:30 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs. E. Whetzel, Mrs. J. Olson, Mrs. J. Ratz, Mrs. F. Long, Mrs. Ann Wade and Mrs. G. Kodros. funeral servieM tot Miss Atfet Dbwd Drummond of 1038 GCMf*. a soda! worker with th« Associat* ed Charities, will be conducted Thursday at 9 a. m. in Old Cathedral. The body Is at. Statin funeral home where friends may call after A p. m. today. The roeary will be recited at 8 p. m.*today at the funeral home. Burial will be la Greenwood cemetery. Miss Drummond, a daughter ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 8. Drummond, was born May 3, 1888 in Chicago. She came to Alton M a child with her parents. For the past four years she had been a social worker with the Associated Charities and previously had been engaged in social work In the east. She came to Alton from Newark, N. J., where she had been director of Associated Charities, and during that period had taught In Fordham University, in New York City. Because of her long association In social work she had made valuable contributions to case work technique. Surviving are, two sisters, Mrs Frank B. Hughes, Memphis, Teniu, and Mrs. Elisabeth McPike, 2124 State, and a brother, Phillip H. Drummond, who resides at Savoy Hotel. to "The Man Mother Admits Shooting Son PARENTS W« art now •nrotlinf children for Musical Kinfcrfarten from 24 to 5. Trantporta- MM available to and from rha itudio. Wa meet two mornings a waak for two hours «f linfing, rhythm Mitruetien and muik appreciation. Plan now on an- rolling your child. IM W, 4th It. ROYAL SCHOOL OF MUSIC Dial 1-5142 Officers-elect of Greenwood Lodge, Odd Fellows, will be seated in a public Installation to be held Saturday night at 8 o'clock at the Odd Fellows'. Hall in the North Side. Members of Carlin Rebekah Lodge will assist with floor work In connection with the installation. Alton Rebekah Lodge, 475, will have a public Installation Friday night at 8 o'clock and persons interested are Invited to attend. Business session of th'e lodge will take place at 7. Walton Chapter, 1018, Order of Eastern Star, will have a special meeting at 7 o'clock Saturday night at Franklin Masonic Temple. A class of candidates will be initiated. Backward Republicans Called Nacilbuners >yASHINGTON, Jan. J. (JPt —Rep. Huber (D-Ohlo) has coined a word to describe those who s«?ek a union between Republicans and southern Democrats. "Those who indulge In this backward thinking should be labelled and treated as nacll- bupers." Huber set forth In a prepared statement. He explained later that a "nacllbuper is a Republican spelled backwards." He did not make clear how one of them should be treated, though. Spurning Tax Hike Shelves Road Plans SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 4 UF>— The Illinois Highway Division today got out a list of road improvement projects it said was shelved because the 1949 Legislature refused to Increase the state gasoline tax. The postponed projects, valued at $70,500,000, involved 1128 miles of the state's highway system in 81 counties. They ranged from small resurfacing jobs to the proposed $4,000,000 Illinois river bridge at Peoria. Charles P. Casey, state public works director, said the list was released "so that the public will have an acurate picture of our present construction needs and the absolute inadequacy of available funds to meet them." Casey said the work could have been put under contract during the two-year period ending June 30, 1951, if the Legislature had voted a 5 cents a gallon gasoline tax. The levy now is 3 cents. a three months' illness Maurice Scully, sr., of 325 Langdon street resumed his duties at the Wood River plant of Shell Oil Company last Saturday. During his illness Scully underwent surgery at St. Joseph's Hospital. Miss Peggy Wardein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Joseph Wardein, 1212 Logan street, returned to St. Louis Tuesday night to resume her studies at Fontbonne College. More soldiers were provided for the Confederacy by North Carolina than by any other state. MOBILE, Ala., Jan. 4. ,<*>—A 35-year-old mother was charged with murder last night in the shot- sun, slaying of her 14-year-old son. Detective Capt. Talley Rollings said Mrs. Lexie Edwardson signed a written statement admitting she shot the 70-pound newspaper carrier during a quarrel the night after Christmas. \ She was held without bond. The boy, Chester Lainar Tullous, was found the morning of Dec. 27. He ha chest. His mother was arrested the following day after funeral services for her son. The detective quoted her statement as saying she and Chester quarreled after they returned from a picture shpw. She said she loaded the shotgun as the boy sat on a bed watching. The statement added that she fired point blank at him, locked the boy's room and thew away the key. Then she left home. Mrs. Edwardson remarried after she and the boy's father were divorced a few years ago. Her present husband is a merchant seaman on duty in the Pacific. BEST SELLERS IN MIDWEST <A § re»erte« by Icaalag keikiheai) CHICAGO Fiction—"Mary." "A Live," "The Egyptian." with the Golden Arm." Nonfiction - "The Mature Mind." "White Collar Zoo," "The Autobiography, of Will Rogers," "The Waters o2 Slloe." MILWAUKEE Fiction—"The Egyptian," "M«nr." "The W«> West," "The Mudlark." Nonfiction — "White Collar Zee," "The Road Ahead.". "A Guide to Confident Living," "The Waters of INDIANAPOLIS Fiction—"Mary," "The Egyptian," "The Big Fisherman," "A Rase to to Live." 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