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PAGE tttOMT ALTON KVKNMO TtLBORAMt TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1910 Society. GLUM •AXTIM VBDDINO* T1AB MCKPTtoM 8tearn»-Eberhart Engagement i Mf. and Mrs. Erwin Eberhart Ot Bethalto are announcing ihe their daughter, ILmilso. to Robert IE. Slearns. son fof Mr and Mrs. \ Ben Stearns of ^Cottage Hills. Mr. S t e n r n s fnnd Miss Knur- fhart ore grnrt- <untcs of the Bethalto nnd Knsi Alton-Wood River High schools. Mr. Stenrns is Mlm Kberhnrt. nn employe of the Vogue, Alton, and his fimicre It employed in Ihe mnln office of Western Cartridge Company. . + Curry-Underwood \\vdrtiiig Book Review «t WCA Mrs. Albert G. Lauck will review 'The Old Oaken Bucket" by wood avenue, and Miss Georgia Underwood, daughter of Mrs. Imogene Underwood, will be married at the Evangelical church, Eighth Eighth and Henry streets, Saturday evening nt. 7 o'clock. The Rev. O. W. Heggc- meler will officiate. A reception nt. the Daughters of Union Veterans Minn Underwood. Hall will follow the wedding. Mr. Curry Is a student nt Shurlleff College. Irving'* Mot hem Club Mothers Club of Irving school has cancelled plans for ils January meeting. February meeting of the club will take place the second Thursday of the month. Who'* New Club Tarty Who's New Club had a dessert- bridge party Mondny at, tho Young Women's Christian Association. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Kirby Slehenthal, Mrs. Howard Dnrr and Mrs. Byron Ward. Memorial Alumni Meeting Mrs. Wllma Schluoter of 1238 Brown street, will be hostess to members of Alton Memorial Hospital Alumni Association Wednesday evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Delphian Luncheon Kntherlne V. Dickerson Chapter, Delphian Society, will meet Thursday at 12:30 o'clock for luncheon nt the Young Women's Christian Association. Party for Bnnd Members Alton Band Builders gave n party In. the cafeteria of Alton High School Monday night, honoring band members who will graduate from Alton High School this winter. Guests of honor were Howard Boker, Nina Jones, Tom Keeney, Paul Meeden, Barbara Stockdale, Janice Williamson nnd Spencer Dunham. The party followed a band rehearsal, nnd all members of the band were In attendance Refreshments were served, and the guests of honor were sealed at a special table attractively decorated in the Alton High School colors of red and gray. Additional guests at the table were Guy Duker, director of the band, nnd Mrs. Duker. Photographic prints of instruments played by the graduates, and scrolls representing diplomas and tied with red and gray ribbon, marked the guests' places. A red drum filled with red carnations nnd silver ornaments, centered the table, and red candles were nt either end. A girl dell from Sweden, and R boy doll from Norway, dressed ns graduates, were also used In the decorative scheme. The dolls were loaned by Mrs. T, E. Storkdale. After lunch was served Karl Schaefer showed pictures of the band. Club Meeting at Y\VCA Alton Young Women's Club will meet at the Young Women's Chrlstlnn Association Wednesday night nt 8 o'clock. Mrs. G. Richard Hussong is program chnlrmnji, and the Knst Alton Woman's Club Chorus, directed by Mrs. William Buckler, will sing. Mrs. Stanley Monks, Mrs. Thomas Flchtel. Mrs. R. W. Heekmnn, Miss Dorothy Grnessle nnd Mrs. Veo Sutlon will he hostesses. Members of the club attended a meeting of the Junior Wood River Woman's Club Mondny night. A .... Hridtt-lo-lto Honored Miss Shirley Jean Williams, fiancee of Forrest Monroe Austin, was honored nt n parly given Sunday afternoon by the Misses 1'ntty Kocher nnd Jean Lut/., nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Carlos Bynssee, 1901 Mnln street. Fourteen guests were in nt tend- ance, and cards provided entertainment. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Miss Williams wns presented with gifts of a personal nature, nnd the Misses Shirley Seogglns and Kathleen Tchoukaleff were, awarded prizes. St. Patrick'* Club to M.ol St, Patrick's Mother's Club will Thursday at 1:30 o'clock, appearing on a Ladies Day Out program. Luncheon will bo served from 11:45 to 1 • The nursery will be opened In order to give mothers an opportunity to nUend the day's program. t'nftt Matrons' Club Past Mnlrons Club will meet Thursday evening at. the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin J. Day, 14M Centrnl avennue. Mrs. Day nnd Mrs. Victor Unterbrink will ho hostesses. —•— Aiifttin-Wllllnnift Wedding Mr. and' Mrs. C. Marlow Williams of 1953 Brown street are announcing the npproachlnfi mar- ilnge of their daughter, Shirley Jenn, to Forrest Monroe Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest M. Austin, 1019 Brown street. The wedding will take place Wednesday evening, January IS, nt. 7 o'clock, at the First Unitarian Church. Brtn Slgmn I'hl Sorority Zeta XI chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority will meet, this evening nt 8 o'clock nt Mineral Springs Hotel. 1920 Ocrmnn Film "The Golem," n German film ninde In 1920, will be shown Wed nesday evening at 7 o'clock In Benjnmin Godfrey Memorial under tho sponsorship of the Mon- licello College art department. The film, from the collection of I he Museum of Modern Art, New York, portrays sinister nnd fan- tnstlc themes In the mnnner of contemporary singe design nnd German expressionist pninting. ThC public is Invited to view (he film. Personals Mrs. William D. Brunner of Mlchnel drive, Godfrey, who hns been recovering from pneumonia at St. Anthony's Infirmary, has returned home. Her molhcr-ln- Inw, Mrs. Knte Brunner, nlso recovering from pneumonia nt St. Anthony's, is to return Wednesdny to her home, 50,3 Summit street. Mrs. Jnmes Trout, accompanied by her son, Steven Craig, born" December 30, hns returned to her home, 13ia Enst Fifth street from St. Joseph's Hospital. Steven Craig is Mr. and Mrs. Trout's first child, nnd tho first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Campbell, 2610 Denny avenue. Mrs. Trout Is the former Miss Mary Lucille Campbell. Mrs. Thomas O'Neill, son, Mi- chnel, nnd daughters, Knthleen nnd PeSBJ'i left Mondny evening for Chicago nfter n visit, with relatives. Mrs. O'Neill Is the former Miss Lorettn O'Toole of Alton. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Quirk of Ottawa, Canada, are guests of their cousins, the Misses Edna nnd Emma Sawyer, of 828 Alton street. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lewis nnd sons, Gordon and James, of Milwaukee, Wis., arrived Inst Friday for a week's visit with relatives nn<f friends. They formerly resided In Wood River. Mr. Lewis Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lewis of Forest Home place and Mrs. Lewis is n daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Rlcney of 918 Riley avenue, Mrs. Ann Mahoney, wife of H. T. Mnhoney, of 702 Washington nvenue entered St. Anthony's In- flnnnry for medical treatment, Mondny. Church Events Midweek services will be conducted at Trinity Lutheran Churcli Wednesday evening, beginning ut Mid-week services will be held in tho Twelfth Street Presbyterian church Wednesday evening at 7:30. T Postpones Member Roundup "Grainy" Bob Jadwln, "big boss of the Y.M.C.A. 1950 membership round-up, announced tqday the "big guns" of the outfits had decided to postpone the campaign one week, which will start it off Tuesday noon, Jan. 24. Jadwm satci, "We still have a part of one division to complete, then some of the talent we are trying to gel RS added attraction at the report meetings from St. Louis Is not lined up, so we decided to start everything a week later." "Hoss Doc" Art Brubaker, general secretary of the YMCA, said: "We are In the process of lining up some 'cowgals', one for each Range. We think It will add color, life, and a dash of loveliness." "Sherlock" Frank Hollls of the Alton Box Board Co. will head up the LAC Range, with "Wee- Willy" W. G. Bartletf. and ''Snlk- cr" Joe Hornsey as foremen. "Moe- Moc" Orvllle Elliott, range boss of Larrupln L Range, has as his foreman "Rapid Robert" Bob Young, "Jumpy" Ben Moore, "Ramhlln" Bob Jourdain and "Handsome" Marlon Ray. The Outlaw range under "Two-Gun Hank" Henry McAdams has "Aldy" Walter Brown, "Breezy" Tom Metcalfe, "Paydirt" Charles Camp and "Sleepy" Paul Blert>aum for head men.. "Paint wrush" Frank Hongland, boss of Circle A Range, has lined up for his foremen "Bells'" Jack Kinder, "Powder" James Chandler, "Toughy" Eugene Sawyer and "Al" Albert Lowe. Report rneetlnss will he held Jan. 24, at noon, Jan, 27 at dinner, Jan. 31 at breakfast, Feb. 2 at noon nnd Feb. .3 at night, the final gun. Cancer Society Seeks Material For Dressings Women Voters To Hear Nietmann The need for dressings for cancer patients in their homes is great, and the Madison County Chapter of the American Cancer Society is asking for white soft absorbent material from which dressings may be made. r Old bath towels to be, fashioned into washable scuffles and bed pads are also needed, according to Mrs. Allan Dean, executive secretary, Madison County Chapter. In stressing the need for material to be used Mrs. Dean emphasized that the cloth sent In must be clean. Soiled material is unusable and must be cast out by women in charge of the work of making the dressings. Godfrey Gives 63 Pints of Blood Hospital Notes St. Joseph's Hospital Mrdli-iil Treatment James Flavin, 1407 Eberhanlt, Ed- Wflrdsvlllp. John Oiler, B07 East Fourth. Mrs. Ruby E. Cox, 1107 Washington. Knrflol Treatment Mrs. Christine Derwin, 1421 State. Frod M. Amhcrg, llfXI Central. Mrs. Gertrude Koehne. 1H2S Orchard. M(«R Hetty Lou Keel, 2SOO East Broadway. JampH P. Norvnll, son of Mr. and Mm. .lames Norvell. 171(1 Alby. Mr«. Ernestine Parks, wife of William Parks, 1022 Gold. Charles C. Whlpple. 101) Filbert street. Mrs. Kathleen Hnrtrock. wife of James Hartcnck, 147 West Second, Hox- ana. Mrs. Mnxlnc Llpplnrott. wife of Charles Lipplncott, (124 Washington. DUmlssalH Morris Roland Daniels, 107 Putnam. Arthur N. l-,aBellc, 71B Lnugdon. Gerald Lowery, 340 McGlnnls. Mrs. Mnrte Spinney, .175 South Twelfth, Wood Hlvrr. Kins SueJI. 731 Market. Mrs. Helen D. Burkmnn, DOM Alby. James Frederick Anderson. Godfrey. Mrs. Esther Imbcr, .1731 Berkeley. Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Mrn. Minnie Bean. 2210 Washington. Mrs. Mildred Hawklnr,. North Ninth. Wood JJIver. Mis Nell Burgoyne, R04 Enst Sixth. Joseph Grell, OOfl East Seventh. Barbara Hayme«, Jackson Lane, Godfrey. Surgical Treatment Sylvester Breckwcg, 1312 Alton- Edwardsvllle road, Wood River. Mrs. Anna Schlansker, 1205 Garden. nismliiaU Ernest Stanley, Cottage Hills. Dr. Walter W. Etnons, Ramon* place. Godfrey. Mrs. Ruth Naughton, 1120'b Wallace. George Harms, 72.1 Linden. Charles Jones. 238 Elm, Roxana. Gilbert Carothers, 249 Illinois, Rox- (imi. Margaret Jane Mundell, .1.117 Jackson. Wtllanl Hughes, 2;«m Amelia. Mrs. May Fields, .1.119 Gllham. James B. T.vree. 342!) Badley. Mrs. Jeanne Walt anil Infant aon, 502 St. Louis avenue, East Alton, Wood River Township Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Dorothy Miller, 10(1 Tomllson, East Alton. Mlu Loycn Varner, 06H Acton, Wood River. Surgical Treatment Mm. Doris O'Drlen, 317 Tenth. Wood River. Edwin Miller, Route 1, Edwardsvllle. Mr». Vera Cannon, 173 South Ninth. Wood River. Ellen Ellspermnnn, 511 Lincoln, Bc- halto. Dltmlssali Mrs. Mnry Solfres, 211 Picker, Wood River. Mr*. Kiilhryn Gerlngln, 13 West Pen- ling, Wood River. Mrs. Treva Laux, 4,111 West Third, Alon. Mr. Bernard Schrocder, 1164 Lorena, Wood Hiver. Mrs. Mildred Navllle and Infant daughter, 18 West Ferguson, Wood' River. • Mrs. Dorothy Bourland and Infant •.on, .147 Mill, Bethalto. Births Residents of the Godfrey area responded to a plea from Alton area hospitals for whole blood by donating 63 pints of blood in a visit of the American Red Cross bloodmobile unit at the Godfrey Congregational Church, Monday. The visit of the bloodmobile was sponsored by the Couples' Fellowship Club of the Congregational Church nnd Montlcello College. The committee which recruited the blood donors was led by Mrs. C. A. Nicolet, Godfrey. The next visit of the bloodmobile unit will be directed by the Wood River Central Labor Union and the Wood River Township Unit of Community Blood Donors, Jan. 14, at the Wood River Labor hall, 47 W. Ferguson, Wood River. Carl Roberts and Fred Gibson, co-chairmen of the Jan. 14 visit, have announced a goal of 178 pints of blood to be collected. The hours of the visit are scheduled from 10 a. m. until 5:30 p. m. 2 Bethalto Men Hurt in Crash Two Bethalto men were injured Monday evening in an automobile collision on Route 140, near Alton State Hospital. Both are patients in Alton Memorial Hospital. They were Ted Scott, 41, Bethalto, Route 1, and Charles A. Taylor, 67, Bethalto, Route 1, according to a report made to police. The accident occurred about 7:08 p. m. Taylor incurred a dislocation of the left femur, lacerations of the bridse of his nose and to his left hand. Scott suffered multiple lacerations. Carrollton Sarah Hudson Guild of the Firs! Congregational Church, will meet this evening nt 7:30 o'clock with Mrs, William A. Stevens, 2615 Wntnlce nvenue. Meeting of the deacons of the First Baptist Church will take plnce Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Mid-week service will be held nt 7:30 with the pastor, Dr. Roland K. Turnbull, lending n si tidy on the 16th chapter of Acts. Choir rehearsal for adults nt 8:15. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roark of West Alton, Mo., are parents of » daughter. The baby, weighing five pounds and 12 ounces, was born at 6:10 p. m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Isenberg of Dorsey have announced the birth of a son, Lennis William. The baby wns born at 1:08 a. m., today In Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing eight pounds and nine MI ' Woo ' k Lodge Notes „ eo ,. sccul l v ,, S0 cretarv of the GAAC, who spokp hoforo'the Hi-Y group' ,, t v, l)VS meeting Mondny night nt : the YMCA in a study of govern - numlnl procedures. He wns Intro- cluced hy Lloyd Disney, youth de- P'lrtnient director. Woodcock will speak this evening before the Ki- wnnls Club of Edwardsvllle usint; !M, hls , lo , plc ^'"H' 8 7 s l' caklni ; Objectively. Woodcock received and be served. Civic Orctifklru Guild A meeting of Civic Oivlu>Min Guild will be held at the Youiu; Women'! Chrlstiun Association Thursday at 11:45 o'clock. Husl- nest teuton will be held following luncheon, and Miss Gertrude Horn, pianlit, will play. t'shmcnts will, orator magazine printed In full a speech he made recently at Moline, on "On Tht'te Crosses We Die." ENJOY ELM DAIRY Exclusively at «!• BTATK~AI<TON, "Where Third Meet* MUto," Missionary Society to Meet CARROLLTON. — The postpon ed meeting of the Missionary So ciety of the Baptist Church will be held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eva Robinson. Mrs. A. ,T. Sharon will be program chairman, her topic being "The City of God." All members are asked to bring gifts which will be sent to the Mather School in Beaumont, S. C. Currollton Day Unit to Meet CARROLLTON. — Mrs. Elmer Short will entertain members of the Carrollton Day Home Bureau unit, Wednesday afternoon, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Mirikiff. The major lesson, "Choosing a Practical Wardrobe," will be given by Mrs. C. C. Benedict and Mrs. A. K. Baldwin. The minor lesson will be "Prevention of Accidents in the Home," Mrs. Ligon of the extension staff of the ^Jniversity of Illinois will meet Thursday with the members of the executive board of the Greene County Home Bureau, the unit chairman and the vice-chairman, In an advisory meeting. The meeting will be held in the Farm Bureau Hall. Ingrid Bergman Property Settlement Worked Out HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 10. 'UPt— Attorneys for Ingrid Bergman and net husband have worked out "a basis .for what we feel is a fair and equitable property settlement. The actress' lawyer, Greg Bautzer, made this statement yesterday upon returning from a New York conference with Lawrence Brinn, attorney for Dr. Peter Lindstrom, Miss Bergman's husband. If approved, a property settlement is said to be Ihe first legal step toward divorce. Dr. Lindstrom, who Is here, has refused to comment about his wife's plans to marry Roberto Rossellini, Italian film director. The actress it in Italy. 'Craftsmanship in stained glass reached its highest level among European monks In the 14th and 15th centuries. Leave /or South After Visit Here "The High Cost ot Government" will be discussed b» James Niet- mann at a meeting of the League of Women Voters of Alton Wednesday, Jan. 11, at 8 p. m., In the Young Women's Christian Association. 1 Mr. Nietmann is an instructor in the political science department, The Principia College, Elsah. He attended The Principia and Washington University, and received his master's degree from Harvard University. Mr. Nietmann Is completing work at Harvard on a Ph.D. de- gress in political science, specializing in tax legislation. During the war he served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy. Mr. Nietman is coach of The Principia varsity basketball team. Wednesday night's address will be followed by a question and answer period on taxation. Mrs. Derwin Falls; Vertebrae Fractured Mrs. Christine Derwin of 1421 State, 'widow o£ Bernard J. Derwin, suffered fractures of two vertebrae Monday in a fall. She is a patient In St. Joseph's Hospital. Relatives said the mishap occurred when Mrs. Derwin slipped as she was getting off of a bus on Third street. She was on her way to the bank at time of the accident. Following the accident, she was moved in a taxi to her home and later was taken by ambulance to the hospital. Father Andruskevitch Resumes Orphanage Post Father Casimir Andruskevitch has resumed his duties as superintendent of Catholic Children's Home on State street. He has virtually recovered from injuries suffered in an automobile accident last May 26. During the time that Father Andruskevitch was incapacitated, Father Paul Hebenstreit served as superintendent of the home. Father Hebenstreit is director of Catholic Charities of Alton-Wood River, and now is assisting in the establishment of Catholic charities at Wood River. Bethalto PTA to Hear Washington Instructor BETHALTO,—Dr. John J. Kessler, instructor in general semantics at Washington University, will discuss new methods of training children in habits of logical and critical thinking at the January meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association, at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday. . The program has been arranged by the PTA's education committee, headed by Mrs. Charles McKenlly. Group singing will be led by Mrs. H. T. Meehan. Refreshments will be served by the fourth grade parents. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Toole parted Sunday night for Memphis, Tetin,, -lifter a brief visit with relatives, and plan to salt tot Japan in February. O'Toole, »on of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Toole of 1022 Phinney avenue, Is associated with American Factors, Importers. 'Mr. and Mrs. O'Toole were married In California Nov. 19, and Mrs. O'Toole Is the former Miss Mabel Carlisle of Laramle, Wyo. They became acquainted while prisoners of war In the Philippines for 37 months. Miss Carlisle spent many years in the Orient as a buyer for Marshall- Field & Company. O'Toole left Alton for China 20 years ago, and visited here over the week-end for the N first time since 1920. / He renewed acquaintance with elatlves at a family dinner given by Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Hensler, 27 East Elm street, Saturday night. Among those present were Mrs. Thomas O'Neill and "children, Kathleen, Michael and Peggy, ot Chicago. O'Toole, who was familiarly known to friends as "Phinney", Is a brother of Mrs. Hensler (Margaret O'Toole), Mrs. Francis Davey (Sarah O'Toole}, Mrs. Joseph Walter (Nora O'Toole) and Mrs. O'Neill (Loretta O'Toole), and Edward O'Toole. Dismiss Services At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS, Jan. 10 — Services at the Assembly of God Church this week are being dismissed to allow members to attend meetings of the Minister's Institute at Wood River, today, Wednesday and Thursday, according to the Rev. Kenneth Marshall, pastor. A business meeting, set for Wednesday, has been postponed until Wednesday, Jan. 18. PTA Meeting Tonight COTTAGE HILLS.—The Parent- Teacher Association will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p. m., today, at the school. Surprise Party for Mrs. Brown COTTAGE HILLS.—Women of the Community Baptist Church held a surprise party for their pastor's wife, Mrs. Jack Brown, Friday even inn. Mrs. Emery Self, president, presented Mrs. Brown with a gift, in behalf of the group. The Rev. and Mrs. Brown, will leave Jan. 15 for the First Baptist Church in Highland, where the Rev. Brown has accepted a call. , Cottage Hill* Notes. COTTAGE HILLS—Phm. James Higgins, who has been stationed at Moffett Field, Calif., surprised his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Higgins, Saturday, when he arrived home with a 10-day leave. Higgins, who made the trip by plane, is being transferred to Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone, East Alton, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Stone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kutter. Jimmy Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Brown, has returned after being in Milwaukee, Wis., with a Junior .Achievement class. Jimmy White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley White, is convalescing at his home after suffering an attack of bronchial pneumonia. His sister, Connie Fay, is also ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snell visited Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Snell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Colston. A guest at the Colston home was Mrs. Snell's aunt, Mrs. Gene Holland, who left Sunday for her home in Peoria. MIS§ MAH» WI8KR whose engagement t o Uoyd Wright of Bunker Hill has been* made known. Miss Wiser is employed In the office of West* ern .Cartridge Company. Owens Transfers 42 Men To Alton from Fairmont R. H. Levis, manager of the Alton central shops division of the Owens-Illinois Glass Co., has announced that during the next six weeks the operations of Owens- Illinois Fairmont (W. Va.) central mold shop will be transferred to Alton. The change "will Involve moving 42 men and their families from Fairmont to Alton. Mrs. Roberts Again Charities President Mrs. L. G. Roberts wns reelected president of Associated Charities at the annual meeting Monday night at Hillcrest center. Other officers named: Macy Pruitt, vice- president; William Bengel, treasurer; Mrs. C. R. Pilsbury, Dr. Robert Anschuetz, C. Dana Eastman, and Beaumont Parks, directors. Reports of t^e activities of 194P were heard. I Norval Mitchell, Delhi, Succumbs in St. Louis BRIGHTON, Jan> 10—iSpecial) —Norval Mitchell, 62, died at 4 a. m., today, of a v heart ailment at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where he was hospitalized for two weeks. Mitchell is survived by his widow and a son, Norval. The body is at Warner funeral home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. He lived near Delhi, Mrs. Addie Ahea Funeral Services Private funeral services for Mrs. Addle Shea, who died Friday at Wilmington, were conducted Monday at 3:30 p, m. in Staten funeral home by the Rev. Freeman Privett, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery. Mrs. Alfred Clayton, organist, played two selections. Pallbearers were Harry and Etta Curry, Joseph Meyers, Henry Wutzler, Joseph Young, 'and Samuel Henson. BPW Club to Hear Dr. F, G. Norburv Dr. t\ Gatm Norbury, medical director, Norbury Sanitarium, Jacksonville, will address a meeting of Alton Business and Professional Women's Club Tuesday night at the Young Women's Christian Association. < Dr. Norbury will ipeak on "Mental Hygiene for the Business Woman." Plans for the monthly meeting of the club were completed Monday e'vening at a meeting ot the health and safety committee, at the home of Mrs. Elda Enos, 519A Henry street. Dinner will be nerved preceding Dr. Norbury's talk, and MlH Grace Postlewalt, president, will preside. George Padgett, Chesterfield, Dies CHESTERFIELD, Jan. 10—(Special)—George T. Padgett, 95, died at'Scherba Nursing Home, Carlln- ville, af9:30 a. m., today. He \vas born Aug. 4, 1855, and lived most of his life here and in East St. Louis. Since Aug. 20, 1946, he had resided at the nursing home. Survivors are a step-daughter, Mrs. Elva Ramsey, East St. Louis; a. daughter, Mrs. L. Dicks, St. Louis, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Senior, a patient at Joiner Nursing Home, Carlinvllle, and Mrs. Eliza Wolfe, Chesterfield. The body is at Macoupin funeral service here. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Bunker Hill RNA Installs Officers BUNKER HILL, Jan. 10.—(Special.)—Mrs. Mabel Hunt was installed oracle of the local camp of Royal Neighbors of America, Monday night. Others installed included Mrs. Janet Tunley, past oracle, who served in the top post for four years, and Mrs. Ethel Hundon, vice oracle; Mrs. Marie Bartel, chancellor; Mrs. Bessie Young, marshal; Mrs. Florence Raymond, assistant marshal; and- Mrs. Anna Stone, recorder, Miss Loretta Bartel, receiver; Mrs. Gertrude Dana, outer 1 sen- tinal; Gladys Smith, inner sen- tinal; Mrs. Mae Hill, flagbearer, and Mrs. Merel Dilliard, musician. Managers are Mrs. Julia Enke, Mrs. Margaret Sawyer, and Mrs. Wadsworth. The five graces Installed arc Mrs. Martha Moulton, faith; Mrs. Dorothy Smith, unselfishness; Miss Gertrude Wanne, modesty; Mrs. Eva Wilson, endurance, and Mrs. Dora Cash, courage. AAUWChoralClub To Be Organized Board of Alton Branch, Amer« lean Association o! University Women, met last, night at th« home of Dr, and Mrs. Paul P. Pierce,' 3134 Edwards street, with eleven members present. M1M Laureta Paul, president, presided. Miss Paul presented plans for the monthly meeting of Alton branch to be held Jan. 23 at th» YWCA. This meeting's program will be presented by the status of women committee, under chairmanship of Mrs. Frank Marian and is entitled: "The Woman of the Year." A committee was appointed by the president to wait upon the mayor of Alton this week to request him to appoint a library board representative of all phasei of community life. The committee will request also that the personnel of the board be publicly announced before Jan. 21 when the advisory vote on the tax supported library will be taken. The board approved organize* tlon of a choral club to be composed of members of AAUW as a project of the arts committee under the direction of Mrs. Philip H. Jones, arts committee chairman. The choral group will meet January 27 at. Garfield school at 3:45 p. m. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Charlef Schoene served refreshments. Pleads Innocent to Murder MOUNT VERNON, Jan. 10, UP)— Hugh Wade, a rural Jefferson County school teacher, pleaded innocent at an arraignment her* yesterday to a charge of murdering his wife in a Mount Vernon restaurant. A trial date was not set. READ~TOLEGRAPH WANT ADS SEE OUR DISPLAY OF \ ! NOVELTIES Glass—Pottery—Copper ER SHOP '- 72VE. 5f h i: Be free from foot-powered sewing by letting m electrify your present SINGER* Treadle Machine! Here's what you get: ' • N«w SINGH* motor. • N.w SINGIft wood O N«w SINOIR spotlight. «> and d«Kwwy. • Me. D. 1. PM- 0«. br T*. llnfir MunHMBM* »• Phone or visit today your . .. SINGER SEWING CENTER 312 STATE ST. ALTON, ILL. DIAL 8-U1S Daughters of Union Veterans will meet Wednesday, nnd officers lor 1050 will be seated, yhe liv- stallation ceremony will he in charge of Mrs. I. Haug, department president, of Granite City, nnd 'her staff. ' i Past Noble Grands Club will j meet Friday at Odd Follows Hall,; and after the serving of dessert { an Installation of officers-elect will take place. Hostesses will be Mrs. .Paula Sciiell, Mm. Howard St enter, Miss Carolyn Sessel and Mrs. Arthur Thomas. COATS SHORTENED AlUratlMi, DrMMMklu, Omrri MAWS JEAN SHOP Ml« Wost Third HI. PHONE MM» Quality Dry Cleaning EXPERT run msTYUNo Cash and Carry and Delivery Service STORK'S CUANffRCWfURRIIRf CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE Prices Are Li>w—Quatity is High FCATUHMO: FOAM RUBBER UPHOLSTERED SOFAS Completely Comfortable, Never Sag or Lost Shape! A tmart buy far Altontani, her* far the first time, tbM* wonderful upkolttered piece* you've fawn hettriMC ta muck about. UphoUterwl In foam rubber (whipped Into* and air) they're mad* far rclnxin'. They're taft, buoyant, resilient for life, never MK or bunch. In fact there's nothtni to compare with them for comfort, for wear, for ttyle. 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