ALtOtt tVBtttMO T«L*0*ApH THUMDAY. JANUAKY i, Hold Community Party at IngersoU SHIPMAN, Jan. 5. (Speclnl—The Ingersoll community held a party Saturday evening at the school. Games, music and refreshments were enjoyed. Present were Mr. and Mrs. MoMvard Stampe and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hudson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck and son, Mr. and Mr*. William Eddlngton and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Russell Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. George Baker and dauhgteri, Mrs. Katie Blumitein and son, Mr. and Mr*. John Hazclwood, Terry, Handle and Kathy Hazelwoort, Miss lola Kahl, Miss Ann FJddington, Miss Lois and Robert Hausman. Guests at New Year'* Dinner SH1PMAN—Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Gaspard entertained at dinner New Year's eve. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Chappell, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomae, Springfield, Miss., and Helen Shultz and L. E. Kelsey. Honor Birthday of Grandson SH1PMAN — Mr. and Mr*. Charles Crocker honored th* second birthday ol Vhelr grandson, Byron Ray Ktrby, Lltchfleld, with it dinner Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kirby and family, Litchfleld, and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Isringhausen and family, Jerseyvllle. Wedding Anniversaries Honored SHIPMAN — The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Dickey and daughters were guests at a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brlstow, Girard, honoring the wedding anniversaries of the Rev. and Mrs. Dickey, Dec. 26, and of Mr. and Mrs. Brlstow and Mrs. Brlstow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dickey, Girard, Dec. 29. Bible Study CI«M at Genterville SHIPMAN — Mrs. Thomas Harris, Bet hallo, will be In charge of the Bible study class at the Centerville Baptist Church, Thursday evening. Student* Day Observed SHIPMAN — In observance of "student day," services at the Methodist Church Sunday evening were conducted by students. Charles Matlack jr., led the singing and gave a special number and Donald Hunt gave the devotional message. Young people of the church assisted. Visitors were present from Piasa. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN— Mrs. Mayde Brown and granddaughter, Virginia Brown, returned Monday after several days visit with Cecil Brown and family at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bunt and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frank, Litch- fleld, were weekend guests of Mrs. Frank'i aunt, Miss Hattie Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hurry and Mri. Glenn Travers and children were Alton visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Drury, Springfield, spent the weekend with Mrs. Drury't mother, Mrs. W A. Huckelbridge. Carolyn Drury returned home with her parents after a week's visit with her grandmother, Mr*. Huckelbridge. Mr. and Mr* Robert Kahl and children spent Sunday evening with Mr*. Kahl'i deter, Mri. C. L. Schoeneman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox, Mr. and Mri. Paul Cox, and Helen Randolph were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mri. Gilbert Cox. Thomai Duffey is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Huebner and family at Alton. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Watklns and Mri. Betty Armstrong and son, of Godfrey and Mr. and Mri. Frank Pllger, Alton, visited at the home of Mr. and Mri. Roy Deahl, Sunday. Mr. and Mri. Orvllle Fpilei and son and Mri. John Johnson and son were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Donald LM Johnson and family. . Mr. and Mrt. Dale Maxwell, Wood River, visited Saturday evening at the home of Mri. Max- well'i parent!, Mr. and Mri. H. M. Shultz. Mr. and Mr*. Dan Cottlngham have returned after a visit In Springfield with their daughter, Mrs. Virgil Yatcs and son, James Cottingham and their families, Mlsi Dolores Matlack was a din ner gueit Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Hunt. Mr. and Mri. W. W. Thomae, Springfield, spent the weekend with Thpmae's mother, Mrt, Tlllle Thomae. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackney, Gilleible, were gueiti Sunday of their daughter, Mri. Qucnton Follei and family. Charles Russell visited in Granite City Saturday with hli ilster-ln- law, Mrs. Bridget Poweri, who is ill at the home of her daughter, Mri. Don Bruder, Mlu Luzzetta Fleming and Miss ROM Doolin war* tupper gueiti Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Laf ley. Mlu Dorothy Stone, Alton, was a weekend gueit of her mother, Mri. Chrli Stone. Mill Velma Bunt, Alton, was a gueit Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomai Bunt. Mr, and Mr*. Arthur Hicks and daughter! of Alton were guests Sunday of Mrs. Hicks' sister, Mrs C O, Matlack and family. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Deahl, with their ton, Adam Deahl, and Mrs. Deahl, Alton, spent Sunday with R. Deahl'i brother, Henry Deahl, and family at Leatburg, Mo. MM. Henrietta Walter, Alton, ar rived Saturday to visit her sister Mra, Cora M. Rhodes and wai a gueit Sunday of her brother, Wesley Gllworth and wife at Plainview. Stanley Smith and daughter, Marilyn, Alton, were here Saturday •nd Marilyn remained for a visit until Tueiday with her grand mother, Mr*. ROM T. Smith. Mrt, O. P. Jacobi returned Sat urday Iron) Columbia, Mo., an< Vr. and Mri. A. C. Ketchum and O. D, Jacob* went to Columbia " U Iving her home. Mr, and Mra. M, C. Kahl and fiMMrvn, Toledo, and Mr. and Mr*. Ikf Uckyer vialted Sunday aft- wlta Mr. and Mr*. H. ft «,,u ton were guest* Saturday eve nlng of Mr. and Mrs. Kobttt Kahl. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson and daughter of Greenville were guest; Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Kahl. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Kahl are daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Sander*. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Rhoads ot McCluskey spent Sunday with Mri. Uhoads' mother,.Mrs. J. L, Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanner and J, W. Archer were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Archer. Mr. and Mr*. H. O. File, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Christopher and Mri. Anne Kahl were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl and family, Sunday, Charles jr., Vernon and Dolores Matlack and Donald Hunt attended n hockey game at the Arena in St. Louis, Saturday. Sharon Christopher returned Sunday after a week's visit with her' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Strunk at Medora. Miss Lois Strunk brought her niece home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor and family were supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mr*. Louli Burgoyne of Alton. Mm. Bess Forwood of Bunker Hill, and Mrs. W. D. Flsk were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sender were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sehocneman, Sunday. J. W. Lahr spent the week-end with relatives at Morrisonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gentry of Godfrey were guests Sunday and Monday of Mrs Gentry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heyen. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schoeneman visited Mr. and Mrs. Orllle Bouillon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shclton and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Shelton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Beltz and 1050 Take Part in State Training Program SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 5. — <Sp«* clal)—The Illinois Civil Service Commission announced today that more than 1050 employees took part In the state's training program during 1949. The 1 raining, now in HB seventh year, is sponsored by the Corn- Miss Elizabeth Beltz of St. Louis were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Pitman and children visited Mr. and Mr*. Richard Edsall, Sunday. Mr. and MM. W. S. Matlack and daughter, Alice, returned Friday after a visit with Mr. and Mr*. R. D. Matlack of Cleveland. Miss Alice left Saturday for her home in Springfield. Edward Taylor of Plainvlew spent Sunday at the home of his son, C. T. Taylor. Miss Ronalda .Miller and Leroy Klstofferson of St. Louis were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bohlmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Edsall of Alton were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edsall. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dyke of East Alton were guests Saturday at the Edsall home and Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edsall and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Kramer of Fostcrburg. HAKOIUJ CORN MUFFIN MIX IASY, QUICK AND GOOD Easy! 12 criip and tender corn muffins by just addinr an egg and Vt cup milk to Flafcorn. Delicious? No other corn muffin mix has been able to equal the quality of Flakorn. mlartoti, In eoofwatlon with th« extension division «f th« University of Illinois. John C. Welgel, Commlwlon president, said that 206 participated In classes lot credit toward degrees from the University, 326 in non-credit short courses, and 522 in workshop training Purposes of the training are to increase the employees' efficiency and enable them to prepare for advancement. The classes are generally on the employee*' own time. Classes for graduate or undergraduate credit were offered in Springfield In piychology, librar science, sociology, social welfare, public administration, and accounting. Non-credit short courses were given in Chicago and Springfield. Claaw* were conducted in statistics, accounting, letter writing, dictation review, business English, human relation* and and public relation*. Read f elegraph Want Ad* A 161*1 .taMM Hi Ontario, Canada, pWmlti children of the province to go to aeheol In their bare fett ' More Waft 400 war ettMM trial! have been complete* by W. i Mil* itary eommleMoh* ilk Yokohama and BLUES AS II WASHES TAfct INOT FLAKIt 25c ;•"•» Y'j'jm ™ .. i70c Valwo! MUM TO Me WOITN OP ltUMt.VOU WJHH fUKJt "Better take this model, Mom, It's big enough to hold plenty of WALNUT GROVE HOMOGENIZED, VITAMIN D MILK! It's the kind Pop and I like MI well." at WEGENER'S You Get the Finest Farm Full DresMd Ready To Eat PICNIC HAM* «Lb. 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