Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 10, 1950 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING TELKORAPM TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1»S» WoodburnAid Meeting Thursday WOODBURN, Jan. 10.— (Special.)— The Ladies' Aid Society nf the Congregational church will be entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Pennlng- 'TOft. : Woodburn Notes WOODBURN. -Mrs. Abble Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Tompson Loyd and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lilly visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheeler at Plalnvlew. f. Eldon Rose, Scott Air Base, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. George Rose. Mrs. John Ray and son, Jlmmte, wore In Jerseyvllle Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Len Bull. Steve Bull returned Some with them after spending A few days at the Lee Bull home. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strohhcck jof near Ingersol and Miss Lillian ^Elliott of Alton visited Sunday f\t '.the home of Mrs. Leonorn Klliott. , Sunday visitors at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and son were Mr. and Mrs. Vnnie Heckman and son, Lloyd, and George • Howert.on of Plnlnvlew. Mr. and Mrs. James Braden of Hettlck, and Mr. and Mrs.' Ramon Wright of Alton visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marth and daughter, Lorna, and Roberta Walker visited Sunday nt the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Larcher Heal of North Woodburn. Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Wright of Alton visited their daughters, Mrs. Cletus Clark and family and Mrs. Earl Gill and family, Saturday. Hubert Bull, Calhoun, Suffers Severe Burns HARDIN, Jan. 10. 'Special)Hubert Bull, owner of tho Plymouth-Chrysler garage, was severely burned Sunday morning while burning trash In his back yard. He was throwing a mixture of CnlhounMnn Captures Six Foxes in Week HARDIN, Jan. 10. (Special)— Fred Klaas who lives on East Panther creek In North Calhourt, Is rnally doing hia part toward extermination of foxes. Recently he trapped six of the animals within one week. HP caught all of them with two steel traps. Klaas has been hunting and trapping since boyhood. He has read all the sportsmen's lore ho could find and Is probably fhf> host Informed man In the county on the habits of wildlife. Most of us consider the fox as tho brnnlest of nil wild nnimah, but Klass says he Is In some respects the most stupid. Ho traps the foxes In the open fields, using a special scent to Jure them to the traps. He says trapping Is a lot like fishing. A fisherman will sometimes set n half do/on polos, but only one of them will patch any fish. Tho same Is true with the trap set for foxes. According to Klass, a fox Is capable of disseminating two different sccnft*. One of these Is tho danger scent which warns r,1h»r animals to stay out nf the neighborhood. The other Is what ho calls the friendly or the all clear, scent. The latter Is the kind of artificial scene that the trapper uses around his sets. Foxes In the county, and es- pecially In the north end, have be come bold during the last few years. Many of them do their scouting In broad daylight and sometimes pick up a fat hen while they are on a scout. One of them became so bold a few months ago as to Invade a dwelling house when he found the kitchen door ajar. Majty of them are mangy and sick and all of them are hungry. Cathoun County paid about $900 In fox and wolf bounties during 1949. gasoline and kerosene on the trash pile when the fire blazed up and ignited gasoline In a bucket In his hands. The most, severe 'injuries wero to his left hand and right hip. He was taken to St.. Anthony's Hospital, St. Louis, In Hanks ambulance. Mr. and Mrs, Bull had just moved Into their new residence In the south edge of town. They have rented their home near the garage to Dr. Nakutny, who will begin his practice in Calhoun wlth- Ing the next, few days. Calhoun County Farm To Change Tenants HARDIN, Jan. 10. (Special>Mrs. Mae Blzallllon and her son, Forrest, have resigned as keepers of the county farm, one mile north of Hardin. They will leave March 1 and turn the management over to. Harry Kiel. Mrs. Blzallllon and her husband, the late Frank Bl/allllon, managed the farm for more than 20 years. There have been no Inmates of the county home for a long time, but. the farm, a productive one, has been a source of a great deal of revenue for the county under the able management of the Bizall- lions. tfarrfln Note* HARDIN. — Virginia Sweetman came home from college at. Macomb for the weekend. She said there was little Ice on the roads, except In Calhoun and South Pike. Charles Hill had a painful accident, Friday when his hand was caught, in the fan of his automobile. Three fingers were almost, severed,, but his doctor thinks they may be saved. Mrs. Walter Carroll of Indian Crock was shopping in Hardin Saturday. Henry Fester, Golden Eagle, has been a southpaw for the last few days. He fell down a stairway and Injured his right, arm. The Farm Bureau Hall wafa crowded with farmers Friday afternoon. They were attending the discussion on legume and grass culture. Walter and Harry Holzwarth made a business trip to Wood 'Riv- Sleigh Belts Ring Out in Kane Vicinity KANE;, fan. 10 — (Special) ~ Jlngle bells, jingle belli, Jingle all the way. Oh, what fun It Is to rid* In a one-hone open ilelgh. To most of the millions oft Americans who sing, hum, and whistle this merry tune during the winter, the tune, even for persons with a lively Imagination, In* volves little more than a pleasant thought. But to a number of local residents, the pleasant thought became a reality over the weekend as Marry Klrby and his horse "Star" provided a sleigh and transportation, respectively, for jaunts over hill and dale. Persons fortunate enough to ride In the sleigh, complete with jingling bells, weren't the only one* who enjoyed the experience, for many children trailed along on their sleds. The sleigh, probably the only vehicle of Its type in this area, was owned by the IBte Charles Close. Enters Jeferson Barracks Hospital KANE—Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stur- mon went to St. Louis, Friday, where Sturmon entered Jefferson Barracks Hospital and underwent surgery, Saturday. Undergoes Appendectomy KANE — Miss Joy Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Crawford, entered Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville, Friday. She- underwent an appendectomy. Attends Funeral Ritns KANE — Mr. and Mrs. W. R. cr Monday. Jerome Cockrell, Batchtown, brought a fox in to the county sent. Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vetter were Hardin visitors Monday naming. Paul Hanks was called to Pearl, Monday, by (he death of Mrs. Laccy. .tones and daughter, Sharon, an Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Betty wen to Patterson, Sunday, where th«y attended the funeral of Mrs Sarah Wilkinson, grandmother o Jones. KMM Mates KANE — Singleton Greene Springfield, ipent the weeken with his father, W. B. Greene. Mist Keota Darr, Alton; Spen the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Darr, Mr. and Mrs. Robert,. Yocom Fidelity,,visited Sunday with Mrs Yocom's parents, Mr. and Mr* William Bates. Mr, and Mrs. Robert William and children, Toby Jane and Gar Dallas, Lebanon, were guests dve the weekend of Williams* parents, Mr. and Mrs. ». G. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. T. 6. Clark an son, Ronald, and Mr. and Mrs. Ra Reynolds, Alton, were guests Sun day of Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Mrs. T. J. Masterson visited a Alton, Sunday. Mr., and Mrs. Hary DeShasle and daughters, Maryln and Bar bara, were supper guests Saturda of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, Whit Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beat and daughter, Jane Lee, Waverly and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby, sr Fleldon, were guests Sunday o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reno an daughter, Miss Harriett, and Bll Gardiner, St. Louis, were dlnne guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Or ville Darr. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Linn anc daughter, Karon Sue, Grenfield visited Sunday with Linn's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Linn. Mrs. H. J. Bradley, Greenfield was a guest Sunday of Miss Alic Woolridge. Miss Mary • Brooks returned t school at Alton, Monday, having tc remain at home the past week tc care for her mother, Mrs. Henr; Brooks, who is ill. Elder Carl Seymore, Modesto preached at the Church of Christ here, Sunday. With his family, he was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs Joe Bell. India has banned Army pin-up girls. INSIDE... OU1SIDE. FRONT... ANDREW INOINIMS, TRAFFIC IXMRTS, STYLISTS enthuse over the new Dodge! "For my money, Dodge is the best engineered car on the road'," exclaims G. II. Knipp, Los Angeles engineer. Traffic experts laud Dodge's practical design and handling ease, while the fashion-wise agree Dodge-styling is perfect inside and out. Cerenel 4-Doar Sedcn Nothing will thrill you lib this years DODGE! 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Body of Brussels j Veteran Returns Jan. 10-(Sp«clal) -The tat* of 8/8gt. Gerald V. Hamilton will arrive at WlnfleM, Mo., at 8:55 p. m., today, and will be taken to the trnimng funeral home where friends may call. Sgt. Hamilton* son of Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Brussells, was'a member of the .army air corps. He serv ed as a gunner on a Flying Fortress and was stationed with tho 15th Air Force in Italy. He flew »ith the 429th Squadron, Second Bomber Group, and while on his 60th mission was shot down Oct 4,' 1944. Hamilton was first listed as missing, Dec. 2, 1944. His mother received a telegram* stating he had been killed over Munich, Germany. Sgt. Hamilton was born Sept.. 27, 1923.' He was graduated from Brussella High School and was drafted in March, 1943. He receiv ed his basic training at Langley Field, Va., Denver, Colo., and Las Vagas. He was awarded an air medal with three /oak leaf clusters for meritorious 'achievement In aerial flight and also received the purple heart. Sgt. Hamilton's remains will He In slate at the Imming funeral home until Friday morning. Members of the National Guard will act as guards. Funeral services will be conducted at 9 a. m. from St.' Mary's Church with^-Msgr. H. B. Schnel- ton officiating. Burial wil be in St. Mary's cemetery and members of the Francis Pohlman Post of .the American Legion will conduct grave side services. Survivors, in addition to his mother are two brothers, Kenneth, Fruitland, N. M., and Henry, Burbank, Calif. Legion-Auxiliary Meeting- BRUSSELLS—American Legion and Auxiliary members will hold their regular meeting in the Legion hall, Wednesday night, Farm Supply Buys Building At Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. 10.—(Special.) — Announcement was made Monday of the purchase of th« building owned by Orville H. Lovekamp and occupied by the International Harvester dealer in this city by the dealer, Carrollton Farm Supply. Carrollton Farm Supply Is n partnership, consisting of H.-J. 3ohn, sr., St. Louis, and Henry I. Cohn, White Hall. The building Is one of the most pretentious of Its kind in this area, .•omprising some 10,000 square 'eet of floor space. It has a front of 60 feet and a depth of 180 feet. The. fore part is made up of show room, offices, and parts counters, while the remainder of the build- ng is used for storing and shop Facilities. It is the intention of the manager, Hank Cohn, to modernize he office arrangement by expand- ng the parts facilities to cover the upper floor with additional parts bins. Conduct Last Rites for R. Pohlman, Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. 10.—(Spec- al.) — Funeral services for Robrt Pohlman, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pohlman, were held Saturday at 9 a. m. in St. John's Ihurch. The Very Rev. Michael Enright officiated and burial was in St. ohn's Cemetery. The flowers were ^ared for by Miss Gladys Taylor, j Miss Doris D. Taylor, Miss Edie ^ou Tonsor, Miss Ruth Whiteside, rtiss Bernice Pranger, and Miss Marjorie Imming. Pallbearers were Jude Castleton, Jilly Carmody, Fred Baumgartner, Bob Whiteside, Gene Skaggs, and Bob Steckel. Entertains at Home CARROLLTON. — Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Whiteman entertained a group of friends Saturday evening at their home, honoring Mrs iVhlteman's brother-in-law and ister, Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder, Colby, Kan. Carrollton Not<>* CARROLLTON. — Mrs. John 'ostley, Carlinville, visited friends icre Monday. j Mrs. Lena Lugg, who is ill, was I noved Sunday to Evanston to the j iome of her son and daughter-in- aw, the Rev, and Mrs. T. Lugg. Dean Sheets spent Sunday In Girard at the home of his brother | nd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Walter Sheets. Phyllis Ann Schmidt, infant laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe schmidt, returned Sunday from East St. Louis, where she has been patient in a hospital there since er birth several weeks ago. A CYO business meeting and arty was held Monday evening In he Knights of Columbus Hall. Mrs. R. H. Clanahan, Mrs. Ru- ert Vallentlne, Mrs. W. Horn, and .Irs. G, K. Hutchens will go to <ane Thursday to attend a lunch- on at the home of Mrs. Grace Masterson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Journey and aughters spent Sunday in Rockridge, where they were guests of drs. Journey's father, Sam Clark. Mrs. Frank Nlms and her guests, dr. and Mrs. Ralph Granquist, Chicago, spent Monday in St. Lou- Mrs. F. A. Under entertained at inner Sunday evening at her omc. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Veil Walker and family of White [all and Mrs. Delbert Driver of his city. Mrs. Paul Freeh went to Rood- ouse, Monday afternoon, to at- •nd the funeral of Mrs. Cleota LM Renting In the Christian Church. Mrs. Freeh remained in oodhouse over Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Eva Siebermann. Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder, x>lby. Kan., were weekend guests f Mrs. Schroeder'* brother-in-law nd sister, Dr. and Mrs. C, E. Whiteman. 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