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ItX ALTON EVftMMO TtLEORAPH Greenwood IOOF Installs Officers Arthur B. Maupin Seated As Noble Grand Greenwood Lodge, Np. 421, Odd Fellows, held its annual Installation of officers-elect Saturday night in Greenwood Hall. Arthur B. Maupin was sealed as noble grand; John L. Ray. vice- grand; H. H. Plopper, recording secretary; C. A. Pulton, financial secretary; Clyrfr A. Yntop, trrn- * surer. Freeman E. Rodj?«?rs Is retiring noble grand. Appointive officers Installed wore Arlln C. Pullen, wnrrlnn: Martin J. Brockmeyer. chaplain; W. O. Wilson, right scene supporter; * Marvin H. Fennell, left scene sup* porter Virgil H. Foster, right sup- I porter to noble grand; Wllllnm F. Eisner, left supporter to noble grand; Homer Hayes, rlcht supporter to vice grand, and Rnlph W. Butler, left supporter to vice grand. H. H. Plopper wns reappointed degree captain, and committee members named are: finance, Eisner Foster, Hayes; visiting, FIs- tern, Elner, Brockmeyer; civic activities, Plopper, Rodgers, Stern, and entertainment, Ray, Goode, Plopper. Installing officers wore Homor Hayes D.D. grand master; C. A. Pullen, D., D. grand marshal; A. , C. Pullen, D. D., grand worden; M. J. Brockmeyer, D. D., grand chaplain; Virgil H. Foster, D. D., grand secretary; Frank I. Martin, D. D., grand treasurer, and William F. Eisner, D. D., grand guardian. Members of Carlln Rebekah ' Lodge who served as escorts for ceremonial services were Mrs. Clinton Clark, Mrs. Luther B. , McCoy, Mrs. Winfrey Blankcnship, ! Mr«. Oliver Hatcher, Mrs.' Clarence McNelsh and Mrs. Marie Frazier. Escorts to the elected officers of Greenwood Lodge were Mrs. Jes•10 Hodson, Mrs. William W. Pnw- Jey, Mrs. Clarence Heltzman. Mrs. Ralph Riner and Mrs. Carroll Rodger*. •!*! Mrs. Chester A. Pullen wns the musician for the ceremonial. Addresses were given by Rodg- «rs, Maupin and Ray. A one year gold attendance pin wai presented to C. A. Pullen financial secretary of the lodge. Lodge deputy Homer Hayes made the presentation. Refreshments were served and a social hour followed the installation ceremony. The hall was decorated with fjowers and candelabra • were placed at the stations. REBEKAHS INSTALL OFFICERS—Alton Lodge 175 installed officers for 1950 at ceremonies Fri. day evening at Odd Fellows' temple on East Broadway. Mrs. Robert Luly received the nigh office of noble grand, and she is shown seated, center.—Travis Strecper photo. . • Society. CLUM VARTIM WKDD1NUA TKA« DANCM RECEPTION! Personals Mrs. Minnie Larkins of Victory ftreet ha* returned from a week's itay IN Cincinnati, O. • Mlii Irene Doran of Chicago I visiting her sister, Mrs. Marie A Sims of 505 State street. Mrs. John H. Zeeb of 1331 Rus- seJl street Is improving at the . home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Foster, 1421 North Monroe •treet, Litchfield, III. Mrs. Zeeb is 111 with pneumonia. Harold Breden, employe of the Standard Oil Company, has been ill at his home, 815 Arch street, for the past week. Mlsi Hermlne Farcnhorst of'807 Easton street returned Saturday after a two-day stay in Chicago. Miss Farenhorst attended a 1950 spring sales and catalogue distribution meeting of unit managers of Spiegel, Inc. Mlsi Judy Hastings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barnard W, Hastings, 1841 Evergreen nvenuo, has returned to Davenport, In., to resume her studies at St. Katharine's •chool, •Mr. and MM, Joseph Landgraf of 1964 State street left Sunday morning for Charleston, S. C., where they will visit Mrs, J. G. Melllng, ir., her son, Capt. Robert E. Mailing, and daughter, Miss Mary Melllng. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Landgraf of Mlnocqua, Wls, Church Events Benevolent Society will meet at Congregational church for on annual business session at 2:30 Wednesday. Hostesses will be Mrs, A. J. Henderson and Mrs. H. H. Armstrong. Reports will bo presented, and members are asked to bring special messages, in verse or Bible quotations, for the new year. Evening Circle of the Evangelical Guild will meet Tuesday evening at 7:45 o'clock, at the Evangelical Church. The Prlsclllas will meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the First Congregational Church. Miss Mary Pfelffenbergor will show pictures taken by her while touring Europe last summer. Afternoon Circle of tho Woman's Guild, will havo n covered dish luncheon Tuesday nt 12:30 o'clock, at the Evangelical Church, marking the Guild's 8Ut anniversary. Yearly reports will be presented during • meeting to follow luncheon. Willing Workers of tho Cherry Street Baptist Church will not have • dais party this evening, World's Tallest The Empire State building, New York City, tallest structure in the world, rliei 102 ttorioi to a height of 1390 feet, and contains 67 ele- ihnfU. ENJOY Ml** Grace Vitt to Weil Mr. nnd Mrs. John Thomas Vitt of 9003 Lackland nvofiue, St. Louis have mndc known the engagement of their daughter, Grace Con stance, to Everett Theodore Peters Ron of Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Peters Francois and Boone road, Floris sant, Mo. A late spring wedding Is planned by the couple. Miss Vitt Is n granddaughter oi the late Mr. and Mrs. John F McCinnls of Alton. Birthday Party Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonelt Treadwny of 3319 Leo street gave a party Sunday afternoon, honoring their son, Carl, on the occasion of his fourth hirthway. Bruce Cnrroil, Bobby Maples, Donald Huebener, Robert Huebener, Don Marti, Leo Lnnhnm and Billy Miller were present to help Carl celebrate his birthday and showered the gunst of honor with gifts. Carl's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Lanham, and mothers of the children were also in attendance. Refreshments were served at • table ornamented with a lamb birthday cake, bearing four candles. .Cars filled with candy marked the guests' places. Square Duncinf at YWCA Bernle Burford's orchestra will piny for square dancing at the Young Women's Christian Association Tuesday night, and Harold Bean will be caller. AAMW Hoard Meeting January meeting of the board of Alton Branch, American Association of University Women, will be held tonight at 8 o'clock nt the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul P. Pierce, 3134 Edwards street. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Charles Schoene will bo hostesses. ' A Sorority to Meet Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority will have n meeting this evening nt 7:30 o'clock at Mineral Springs Hotel. Bunker Hill Couple RngiiKed Announcement Is being made of he engagement of Miss Mary Wiser, daughter of Mrs, J. Ralph Smith of Bunker Hill nnd Lloyd Wiser of East Alton, to Lloyd rht, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Bunker Hill. Miss Wiser is n graduate of VIoissner High School, Bunker i-Ull, and Is employed in the office of Western Cartridge Company, Mr. Wright, graduate of Meissner High School, Is nn employe of the Indiana Condensed Milk Co. .„«>.-, Kninltow Meeting Alton Assembly, Order of Rain bow for Girls, will meet tonight it 7:45 o'clock nnd elect officers. A covered dish dinner at 6:30 iVJock will precede the business Cession. —«>_ Seoul»' Lenders Club Alton Lenders Club, Girl Scouts, ,vill moot this evening at 7:30 o'clock at Hnskell House. Demonstrations of ceremonies In Girl Scout work will make up the program. Sproiill-tawts W tnldlng Dnvid Sproull and Miss Virginia .owls were married before the lev. Georgo W. Lnmken in Twlng lemorlnl Baptist Church, on West Ninth street at State, Saturday 'venlng at 6 o'clock. Mrs, Evertt Lowe, mother of the groom, »nd Mrs. Martin Allen, mother ot the bride, witnessed the innrrlnge. O|nner was served at the home of Mrs. Allep after the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Sproull left Sunday evening for Peorla whore they will reside, A D.'MolujV l>ust Presidents Mrs. Theodore P. Berlicr of 3510 Aberdeen avenue will entertain the Past President Clubs, Mothers Auxiliary to the Order of Do- Molay, Thursday, ut her tu>im>. Luncheon svill bo served prior to n business session. Club With Mrs. Campbell Mrs. L. M. Campbell of 527 Alby street will entertain mem hers of the Noon Day Club Tues dny nt her home. _.«,_ Luddcktt Christening Connie Jo Luddeke, dnughte of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Luddeke jr., of 1302 Main street, was chrts tened by the Rev. Pnul S. Kreb. in the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church Sunday morning. Edwnrc Luddeke, uncle of the babe, and Miss Lorettn Jennings were spon sors. _ 4> _ Wed in Kondhouse In n candlelight ceremony nt 10 o'clock Friday morning, January fi, in the Church of Christ, Rood house, Miss Agnes Crnbtree be came the bride of Erwin S/aba- does. The Rev. W- W. Williams officiated, using the double ring ceremony, before a gathering oi relatives and friends of the brida couple. Harold Koster and Mrs. Bernice Fr'enz of Alton, sister of the bride, were attendants. Miss Crnbtree wore a green street length dress, black accesso- •les nnd a corsnge of pink cnrna ions. Mrs. Frenz appeared in a gray gabardine suit nnd wore luggage tan nccessorles and yellow roses in corsage. Mr. nnd Mrs. Szabadoes will reside in Roodhouse after a honey moon trip. Sorority's "Rough House" Phi Tnu Omega sorority will meet tbls evening at 7:30 o'clock at Mineral Springs Hotel. "Rough house" for pledges will, take place. Janet Watson Auxiliary Janet Watson Auxiliary will have a " luncheon . Wednesday at 12:45 o'clock at the First Pres- )ytcrlnn Church, nnd Mrs. J. E. McBurney, Mrs. J. L. Gedney, Mrs. Joshua Dnle, Mrs. George J. Mland, Mrs. H. M. Williams, Mrs. ,V. N. Cassella and Mrs. L. E. fungck will be hostesses. Mrs. LeRoy W. Rubright will be leader of devotionals. The auxiliary will have Us an riunl white elephant sale in connection with its luncheon-meeting. Lodge Notes Marguerite Camp, 500, Royal Neighbors of America, will have n business meeting Tuesday night. After the business session officers- elect, and others taking part, will practice for an installation to take place Tuesday night, January 24. Blind Spiders Stump Scieucie SYDNEY,' Australia, — (7PI — The Jenolan Caves in New South Wales, Australia, for long visited by tourists, now promise to yield something new to science—tiny blind spiders, which seem to live on nothing, Other insect life Is very rare amidst the stalactites and stalagmites of these mile-long and 200-feet deep caves. The spiders build tiny webs, perfectly formed. What for? Science has yet to supply the'answer. Trifling Fine When John Ruskln criticized one of Whistler's paintings, the fam- oui artist sued him. Whistler won damages of one farthing, one-half • cent. JANUARY SPECIALS Cream-Permanent—Enriched with Lanolin MiMihine—Pre-Heat W-00 RUehlneleM .SH.OO Cold Wave |T.M * $10.00 Cream Shampoo and Set Complete •!••» LOV-A-LEE •forty Shop HIT CmUWE Phone 2-7418 Evening Appointments. IXIVllY LAMM, Opr. ifc AmiritM fWf Ctmt*»)'tf*i t HOUSE SUPPERS ELM DAIRY ( 0 Mil K 216 STATE ST. ALTON, IU. "Where Third M««rt State Hospital Notes Wood • River Township Hospital Treilmcnl William Kcuhn, 60 Eiist Penning, Wood Olvcr. Mm. Llllinn Scrnntnn, 20 Went Cherry, Ilnrlford. Dnvlrt Turnbniigh, 41S Church, E«lt Alton. Frank Losch. 2.11 Lorena, wood River. Mrs. Knlhryn Gcrlngln, 15 Wett Penning. Wood nlvcr. Henry L. McPhcrson, 15 West Penning, Wood nlvcr. Surgical Treatment Herbert Homer, 198 Old St. Loul» road, Wood nlvcr. Mrs. Monica Garrison, 14B Victory drive. East Alton. Mrs. Clara Bannliter, 2323 Yeiger, Mrs. Mnrgaret Callahan. 743 MldUon, Wood River. DlsmlMBln Mrs. Grace Walker, 701 East Fermi- son, Wood nlvor. Mm. Thclma Terry, 133 Lorena, Wood Mrs. Ida Hubbs, 124 South Twelfth, Woorl nlvcr. Mrs. northn Laux, 201 Eighth, Wood Mrs. Nonnle Stewart, 524 Third, Wood Lyrnan McNabney, 105 Missouri, South Roxana. Robert Meyers, 801 Leslie, Wood River. Jtmmle White, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Pearl Casto, 145 East Alton, Eait Mrs. Margaret Bodcnbach and Infant son, 38 South Fourteenth, Wood River. Mrs. Nira Hay and Infant daughter, Lincoln Addition, Wood. River. Mrs. Anna Bienemann and Infant daughter. 220 Park, South Roxana. Mrs. Delores Kamp and infant «on. 219 Wood River, Wood River. Larry Brown, 103 North Market, Hartford. Mrs. Dollle Statlcr, 726 Central, Alton Fred Elliott, 1015 Elliott, Alton. Mrs. ^ena Williams, 608 St. Louis, East Alton. Walter Robertson, Route 2, Sparta. Mrs. Dorothy Steed, South Roxana. Mrs. Mary Hlbhard, 833 McPherson, Mrs. Elizabeth Llndhorst, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Edna Quicksall, 506 Whltelaw, East Alton. Claudia Faye Sltze. 413 Broadway, East Alton. Mrs. Elsie Mayhall and Infant daughter. 449 Wood River. East Alton. Mrs. Adeline Donaldson and Infant daughter, 455 Shellvlew, Bethalto. St. Joseph's Hospital .Medical Treatment Kenneth L. Schulenburg, 313B Edwards. Edgar Eugcno Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hall, Hillsboro road, Ed- wardsvllle. Thomas Lee Butkovlch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butkovlch, 302 South Main, Wood River. Pamela Carter. East Alton. Walter Kruckeburg, Moro. Mrs. Rosalie Kovarik, wife of Charles Kovarlk, Edwardsvllle, Route 4. Miss Harriett Dinker, 811 Pearl. Capt. Frank J. Lamping, Western Military Academy. Basil Glcason, 207 West Thirteenth. James Kochne. Godfrey. Mrs. Blanche Holman, wife of Ernest Holman, 2<ilfl Powhatan. George Wicki-nhauscr, 352B Wlcken- hnuxer. Albert Ehcrhart, Kdwardsvllle. Route Mrs. Nina Sims, wife of James Sims, 1321 Taylor. Surgical Treatment Lt. William A. Green, Western Military Academy. Philip Taylor, 045 Union. Paul George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul George, Godfrey. Mrs. Jusllna Frank, wife of Louli Frank, Worden. • Miss Darlene Sue Ivcns. Cottage Hllli. Mrs. Amelia Stout, 302 East Thirteenth, Miss Laverne Lee Rushing, Alton. PUmlftsiili Paul Slaughter, 1205 Hazel. Robert Morris Gayan, 112',i East Broadway. Mrs. Marcella G Crawford, 1123 Green, Mrs. Juanlta Ruth McNally, (131 Olm- •.trad. Mrs. Lucille Hcvn lluher, 1017 Diamond. Mrs. Eva Hnymes, Jackson lane, Godfrey. William Leo Ilcaly. 727 East Seventh. Mrs. Vivian Nancy Douglas, 415 Jefferson. Mrs. Blidic Lee Thomas, North Rod- Scrs. James A. McDonald, 24H2 Arthur. Mrs. Viola Meyer, East Alton. Route 1. Mrs. M«r\ Vnmunkets, 1710 E»at Broadway Mrs. Mary Lucille Trout. 1321 East Fifth. Mrs. Antcln Springer. 1534 Stale. John McAilams Hyndmun, 2304 Hol- mnn. Mrs. Lillian Lampartcr, BIO Shelley. Joseph K. Sullivan. Krxana Mrs. Phyllis Ruth Baker, 1301 Scmin- ODD FELLOWS' NEW OFFICERS—Installed Saturday night for the coming year .were the above officers of Greenwood Lodge, in North Alton. Arthur B. Maupin was seated as noble grand, and John L. Ray, vice-grand.—Travis Streeper photo. HELLO! —Two little girls—neither with a right hand—greeted each other in Brownsville, Tenn., yesterday, Phyllis Detweiler (left), 12, traveled from Willoughby, Ohio., to see Betty Lou Marbury and give her encouragement. Both girls had their right hands removed Because of a malignant legion.—AP Wirephoto. ary. Mrs. Sadie Delfo, 1118 Main. Miss Areta Floyd, 1220 East Fourth. Mrs. Clara Louise Moehle, Edwardsville. Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Charlotte. Baxter, 800 Acton, Wood River. Harold McBride, 413 Brookslde. Mrs. Bertha Thorn, 726 Euclid. Mrs. Ida Kenshalo, Alton, Route 1. Robert E. Gaddls, 1410 Liberty. George Rogers. 3337 Belle. Mrs. May Fields. 3510 Gilharn. Miss Loyce Varner, 068 Acton, Wood River. Diane Gnuf, 1011 East Fourth. Sidney Bradley, 326 East Fourteenth. Mrs. Opal Wydick, 2H09 North. James Williams, 2512 Merchant. Bert Corder, 1030 East Broadway. Surgical Treatment Richard Nlckens, 2114 Rockwell. James McCleery, Alton, Route 1. Walter Weeks, Godfrey. Route 1. Mrs. Delores Hayes, 1126 Vernle. Mrs. Thelma Kirby, 1229 Clawson. Harry Hanser, 829 Rushing, Edwardsville. Dismissals Mrs. Hilda Simmons, 836 Pine, East Alton. Mrs. Iris Smith, East Alton. Route 1. Mrs. Shirley Clapsaddle, 8 Worden court. Paul Moede. 1310 Rock Spring drive. Harold Leslie Brunaugh, 2430 Seminary. Mrs. Charlotte Schulze, Deer Plain, Cnlhoun County. 'John Mathus, 1912 Washington. Mrs. Thcron McHattqn, 628 Shcppard. Craig Clary, 30.10 Mayfield. Richard Lynn Barrow, Moro. Ernest Via. 3400 Brown. Mrs. Dorthy Brannon, Eldred. Thomas Speier, 3706 Grandview. Mrs. Edna Solomon, Edwardsvllle. Mn. Rose Youngblood, 317 Dry. Mrs. Jean Paul and infant daughter, !317 Gillis. Mrs. LIUIe Coleman, Godfrey, Route C. C. Stewart, «M Royal. Mrs. Lela Cotter, 1104 McPherson. Charles Mindrup, 3635 Horn. Mrs. Helen Face and Infant ion, 1122 Green. Mrs. Doris Milter and infant ton, Bunker Hill. Mrs. BernaiUne Jayn*a arid infant aughter, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Mary Haxcl and infant ion, 2759 Grandview. Mrs. Donna Lee Bobb* and infant aughter, 433 Brentwodo. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS ATTENTION Our residence telephone number has been changed from to 2-8140. Mrs. Arch* TrabiM 42» Alby St. Births Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hertz of 324 Oak drive, East Alton, are parents of a son weighing seven pounds and 14 ounces. The baby was born at 8:36 a. m. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital. A daughter, Carol Beth, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orval Keck of 504 South Central avenue, Roxana, at 10:10 a. m. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Beck have two other daughters, Patricia Sue, Kathleen Rosemary, 2. 7, and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Fisher of 101 West Sixth street, Hartford, are announcing the birth of a daughter, Cohnie Ray, at 10:34 a. m. Saturday, in Wood River Township Hospital, weighing seven pounds and four ounces. The Fishers have another daughter, Sharon Jean, 4. 4 723 East Sixth street are parents of a son, weighing seven pounds and eight ounces. The baby was born at 1:29 a. m, Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital, > Announcement has been made bf the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hellrung of 1512 Belle street. The baby, weighing seven pounds and three ounces, was born at 10:50 a. m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital. A daughter, weighing seven pounds, was born Saturday at 11:11 a. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Fleming of 708 State street. Mr. „ and Mrs. Henry Small of 2500 Johnson street have announced the birth of a son, weighing six pounds and 13 ounces. The baby was born at 8:12 p. m, Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. MONDAY, JANUARY *, 1950 _ — , 1- ^ A -^ h ^ B ^^^^^B**^"-**'*""* 1 ***** MMi^ Speechmntras Club Elects WOOD MVfin, Jan. ft—Mrt. Manuel Wl«n«n was elected pre§Went of the SpeechmlstreM Club to succeed Mrs. R. P. McFarlan* when the organization staged a special meeting Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. McFarlan*, 3318 Jackson street, Alton. Other officers elected were Mri. A. L. Kltimlller, vice-president; Mrs. E. D. Oroshong, secretary, and Mrs. G. L. Egglmann, treasurer. Retiring officers besldei Mrs. McFarlane are Mr«. Wiseman, vice-president; Mrs. E. M, Gaddls, secretary, and Mrs, Kitsmiller, treasurer. "Our Good Intentions in tn« Next Half Century" was discussed during the table topic session led by Mrs. Roger Rue. Mri. A. H. Schreader was mistress of cert- monies and Mrs. Kltzmlller gavt the Invocation. Mrs. Gaddls talked on the dutiN of the secretary and Mri. Eggiman discussed, "Our Sovereignty- Shall We Use It?" A thumbnail speech was presented by Mri. Wilma Elhoffer, a new member from Western Cartridge Co. General evaluator wai Mri. Everett Dodd and Individual evaluators were Mrs. A. Schult, Mri, Groshong and Mrs. McFarlant. Mrs. Joseph Glassey of East Alton was a guest of the club. The next meeting will be Jan. 18. Girls May Go Modern Egyptian school teachers may go all modern under the new Education Minster, Mohammed Elashmawy Pasha, Cairo report* The former Minister forbade women teachers using cosmetics of wearing short sleeves or low necked dresses. Girl students on educational Missions abroad had to live under strict chaperonage. The new Minister promises to meet all progressive grievances. An eight pound and 10 ounce daughter was born at 12:15 p. m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hilton of Edwardsville. Tho name of Kathy Dian has been given a daughter, born at 4:06 a. m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and -Mrs. Richard T. Pile of 808 Maple avenue, Roxana. The baby weighs seven pounds and 12 ounces. Quaint Ctirot Baked sparrow, dried newt* monkey's head, and toasted hawk are some of the primitive "cures" still available in Tokyo chemistry shops. Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham of 3017 Mayfield avenue have received announcement of the birth of a daughter, Kathleen Michele, to their son-in-law' and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Porter of San Jose. Calif.' The' baby, first child of Mr. and Mrs. Porter, was born Sunday at 4 a. m., weighing eight pounds and six ounces. Kathleen Michel is the first grandchild of the maternal and paternal grandparents. She was born on the 25th birthday anniversary of her mother. Announcement has been made of the iirth of a daughter, Sondra Lynn, to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weinman of Alton, Route 2. The baby, their first child, was-born at 9:45 p. m. Saturday in the Jewish Hos* pital, St. Louis, weighing eight uounds. Mrs. Weinman is the former Miss Marianne Smith. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Smith of Alton, Route 2. Well-Known Brands The famous brands of western cattle ranchers were recognized over a much larger area than were the coats of arms of the great feudal lords of medieval Europe according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. roy Jr. RUN UP AND DOWN | SCALE ONCE MORE. FOLLOU JUN10P IN THE ADS RUN 6V % A daughter weighing seven pounds and seven ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Totora, 781 Condit street, Wood River, at 7:39 a. m. Sunday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald -Halback, 613 East Fifth street, Alton, are parents of a son whom they have given the name of Terry Lee. The baby was born at 1:27 p. m. Sunday in Wood River Township Hospital weighing eight pounds and one ounce. The couple has a daughter, Linda Kay, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Allen S. Fox of OFFICE FURNITURE Desks Chairs Files tamps Supplies MATHER'S Mather - Morrison, Inc. 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