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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963 Alert For Monmouth Firebug SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-A nationwide alert has been put out for a man wanted (or questioning in an Investigation into three Ilres believed set by a mad arsonist in Monmouth Oct. 14. John Newtoold, head of the state police crime section, said today authorities know the man has left the Monmouth area Nowbold said state police in vestlgators have sifted through stacks of information in probing the case and liave cleared about 25 or 30 men through questioning or indirect checking. "We're primarily interested in this one man," Nowbold said. Three fires destroyed two lumber yards and a half of a block-long factory building with losses estimated at up to $400,000. The fires followed telephone threats that they would be touched off. Authorities said they believed the fires were set by the same person who made a threatening telephone call to the Western Stonewear Co. on Sept. 9, shortly before a fire erupted on the roof of the plant. The blaze caused several thousand dollars in damage. Following the Oct. 11 fires, a telephone call was received by Mrs. Allan Walters, wife of Monmouth's mayor. She said the caller warned that four more fires would be set if the pottery continued operations the following day. Some 60 state troopers moved into the city to aid local police and the sheriff's office in maintaining a watch against new fires. The caller failed to make good his threat. THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 15 FARRINGTON CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Brookman of Centralia visited Maggie Knauss Sunday. Congratulations to Mr. and nvtrs. Roy Brookman. who was married Saturday evening at the home of his sister, Mrs. Godfrey Shultz. We wish them a long happy life together. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cooper of Springfield visited Mark Clark, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bryan spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Violet Barnard and family In O'Fallon. Mr. and Mrs. Merely Keele and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keele and Leon and Elaine spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. David Keele in Johnsonville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holloway shopped In Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Donoho and daughter, Sharon visited last Sunday with Merely Keele In Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Curt French visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles French Sunday and attended church at Wells Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Olln of Piano, HI., visited In the Arthur Bryan and Gleason Byars h Bryan and Gleason Byars homes Friday. Mrs. Meda Fox was a dinner guest In the Floyd Johnson home Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pierce irlslted Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wit«ell in Mt. Vernon, Sunday. Aleen Keele, Gene Johnson and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson Sunday. Wells Chapel Ladles Aid will meet In the home of Mabel Knauss, Tuesday, December 10. There will be a Christmas gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Knauss spent Thanksgiving with his grandmother, Maggie Knauss. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin French and daughter, Vicky and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Morlow and son, Kevin visited Sunday with their mother, Jessie Holloway. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aug of Rockford, Mrs. Fay Butcher of Kell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Olin of Piano, 111., Barney Byars of Centralia, Jim Angle and family, and James Gilllspie and family of Springfield were dinner guests in the Gleason Byars home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Knauss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Knauss and Ivan Whitson of Texico were dinner guests, Thanksgiving Day with Macrgle Knauss. Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Donoho of Salem attended church services at Wells Chapel Sunday and were dinner guests in the home of Meda Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Wilson of Flora, Alice Wilson, Mae Correll, Edith Keen and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Bufkin and son, Jeff were dinner guests Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Knauss. Joan Pierce of Mt. Vernon •pent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fierce. 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