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»AOI MOHT ALTON BVENtNO TELEGRAPH WKDNttftDAY, JANUARY 11, MM Society... VtDDWO*) MA* McWtlONI t/rrallne Auxiliary Ursullne Auxiliary will have It annual meeting at the Ursullnc Convent, on Danforth street, Sunday, January 29. Reports of the part year will be presented, and officers will be elected. Mrs. B F. Staten, retiring president, will preside. Wedding New ¥e«r'§ Day Daniel Clonlngcr, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles C. Clonlnger of Cottage Hills, and Miss Marlene Bailey, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey of Wlrt, Minn. were married in Wirt New Year's Day. Justice of the Peace Lylc Adams officiated, and relatives, including the bride's parents, witnessed the marrlnge. Dinner was served New Year's night nt the Bailey home, and the following dny a reception was heW in honor of the bridal couple by Mrs. Clonlnger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clonlnger are residing In an apartment at 827 Lawrence avenue, Chicago, 40. Mr. Clonlnger, who Is attending school In Chicago, received a degree In electrical engineering recently and Is now studying nlr conditioning and refrigeration. He was In the army for two years and spent 18 months In Italy with the rank of sergeant. MM. Clonlnger Is a graduate 01 Big Fork (Minn.) High School anc attended Woman's College at Crookston, Minn. Council Meeting Alton Woman's Council will meet Friday at 2 o'clock in the Young Women's Christian Assocl atlon with Mrs. H. E. Wlnans presiding. Miss Flora Sonntag is in charge of the day's program. DAR to Meet Saturday Nlnian Edwards Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Ash, 1105 Liberty street. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ash, Miss Margaret Johnston, Mrs. Roy Walker, Mrs. Ivy Smith, Mrs. Florence V'edder and Mrs. E. W. Drew. Oreif-Peten Announcement Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Diane Louise Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Peters, East St. Louis, to Donald E. Gregg. The couple plan a fall wedding. Mr. Gregg, graduate of Western Military Academy, will receive a B. S. degree in engineering from Washington University In June. He is a con of Mrs. C. M. Gregg ot St. Louis. Mlu Peters graduated from St. Tereia't Academy, East St. Louis, and attended Webster College, Webster Grove*, Mo. OeMotoy Mother* Auxiliary Mothers Auxiliary to the Order of DeMolay will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at Franklin Masonic Temple. Officers for 1950 will be elected. 8l«nn» Club Officer* Sienna Club met Monday night at St. Joseph's Hospital, and officer! for 1950 were named. Reports were presented, and plans for the coming year were dls- cuiMd. Miss Mildred Bodger was named entertainment clalrman for the month of January. Mlw Sue Ursch was elected president, Miss Norma Chappell, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Margaret Berlgan, publicity chairman. Retiring officers are Miss Ber- nardlne Bouscher, Miss Mercellne Henaon and Miss Norma Chappell. ATTENTION MOTHERS! SEMI-PRIVATE IJW8ONS BALLET 7Sc TAP 75c IE BALLROOM 75c Dtal .^s^^s) Wil* »••» *-»M« ^^m* •«»>•• SCHOOL OF DANCC „.... -Wllnon Announcement Announcement Is being made of the wedding of Jack Bngley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bagley of 721 Royal street, and Miss Evelyn Harris which occurred In Poca hontns, Ark., December 13. Mr. Bngley Is employed in the quality and specification deport ment of Owens-Illinois Glass Com pany. He graduated from Jersey Township High School, Jcrseyville and attended James Mlllikin University, Decatur. Mrs. Bngley is the daughter of Mrs. Albert B. Wilson, and the late Mr. Wilson, of 112 Kings highway, East Alton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bagley are resld ing wit hthe bride's mother. Guild at Boyle Home Mrs. A. A. Boyle and Miss Ruth Mlchelbuch were hostesses to St Frances Guild, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Tuesday, entertaining at the home of Mrs. Boyle, 1149 Brown street. The Rev. William H. Brady rector at St. Paul's, spoke, and during a business session the fol lowing chairmen were named program, Mrs. Archa Trabue Easter egg, Mrs. A. J. Mnhon telephone, Mrs, J. R. Gwllllam: social service, Mrs. D. D. Grover and publicity, Mrs. M. F. Gllman Refreshments were served by Mrs Boyle nnd Miss Mlchelbuch, The guild will meet at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Brady, 1417 State street, at 12:30 o'clock, February 14. Mrs, Brady and Mrs. Mnhon will he hostesses. Personals Mrs. Amelia Stout of 302 East Thirteenth street remains a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Stout broke a hip in a fall on tee ast Saturday. Elbert Duvall, R. R. 2, has been named secretary of Automotive Engineers Club recently formed on the campus of Bradley University, Peoria. Miss Agnes Fiske, a teacher In Ddlmar school, who fell last Thursday and suffered a fracture of the shoulder, was reported today to be making satisfactory progress toward recovery nnd expects to return to her home, 1108 Alby itreet, Thursday. Mnj. nnd Mrs. William G. Kneser departed Monday for Montgomery, Ala., after a 12-day visit with relatives and friends. Maj. Kacser I been transferred to Montgomery from San Francisco, Calif., and the couple stopped in Alton on their way south. Maj. Kaeser Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kaeter of 1509 Jersey street and Mrs. Kaeser is the daughter of Joseph Mans of Godfrey. Dr. Weaver Attending College Convention Dr. David A. Weaver, president of Shurtleff College, Is in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending the annual meeting of the Association of American Colleges of which Shurt- icff Is a member. While there he will attend sessions of the Association of Northern Baptist Educational Institute and those of the Association of Church Related Colleges. Attending the meetings of the Association of American Colleges are 1000 college presidents. Speakers include Vincent J. Flynn, president of the College of St. Thomas; Paul G. Hoffman, economics cooperation administrator, Harold E. Stas»en, president of University of Pennsylvania: and Wallace F. Bennett, chairman, National Association of Manufacturer's.' Mrs. Anna Fiedler Funeral Services Funeral rites for Mrs. Anna Fiedler, 9.1, who died Sunday at Alton Woman's Home, were conducted Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Homo by the Rev. Edward Bartlebaugh. Burial was In Alton cemetery. Mrs. Charles Ardinger, with Mrs. Frances Roettgers as accompanist, sang two hymns. Pallbearers were Walter Sliew- moker, Travis and John Streeper, and James Hanson. LEO BACKS and the former MISS BELVA EATMON we remarried in the parsonage of ihc Trinity Lutheran Church in VVo'- drn by Rev. E. C. Meseke Mar-hall studio. JayceeAwards To Be Presented During the Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce's ninth annual Founders' Day banquet starting at 6:30 tonight at the Mineral Springs Hotel, a "distinguished service" awnrd will be presented to a local young man whose name Is not to be disclosed until after the cere mony. Also to be presented are three "key" awards, to Alton Jaycoe members whose club work during the past year Is regarded as outstanding. A committee of five men, none a member of the Jaycees has selected the "distinguished service" award winner. Wesley Knight, Jaycee president, will preside at the dinner. The Rev. Frances Henderson, pastor of College Avenue Presbyterian Church, will offer an invocation and Wright will welcome the guests. Robert Maucker, Alton attorney, will be toastmaster. Entertainment will include piano selections by Robert Proesel, student at the Shurtleff College Conservatory of Music. Presentation of "key man" awards will be made by Dr. F. M. Boals. Members of the Distinguished Service Award committee will je introduced and former Mayor Leo J. Struif will present the award. G. A. Rohlfing, assistant personnel manager of Aluminum !)re Co., East St. Louis, will be the principal speaker. Births Mr. and Mrs. William I. Thomas of 307 George street have received announcement ot the birth of a son, William Spencer, to Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Boyd, 1109 Main stret, Allqulppa, Pa. The baby wns born Monday, January 9 at 9:20 p. m. weighing eight pounds and 15 ounces. He is the couple's first child. Leo is the youngest son of Mrs. Thomas and brother to Kenneth L. Boyd. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES N. SMITH JR., who were married recently m Our Lady Queen of Peace Church in Bothalto, by Rev. Thomas Manriing. The bride is the former Miss Rita Dana—Marshall studio. Hospital Notes lut that's the way tolkt want IN They like to get a preview •f the lateit ttylet and wide •election* ot merchandiie. They like to get m on the big Mviitfl Sean olway* brings (ust • liMle ahead of time) Com* in today and Mt our •slvfiice ttort cepietl Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Pruitt, >10 Marguerite avenue, Wood River, nre announcing the birth of a son nt: 7:36 a. m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby, the couple's second child, weighed six pounds and two ounces. Announcement is being made of the birth of a daughter, Paula Jo, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz of San Leandro, Calif., at Haywnrd Hospital, Hayward, Calif., Saturday, January 7, at 4:34 p. m. Mrs. Toe Schultz Is the former Miss Clara Bo Mondy, nnd Paula Jo Is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mondy, 14831 Bancroft avenue, San Leandro, formerly of East Alton. Pnula Jo is also the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Love of 220 West Twelfth street are parents of n son, weighing nine pounds and five ouncos. The baby was born Tuesday nt. 8:-J9 n. in., : In St. Joseph's Hospital. A son, weighing six pounds and 12 ounces, was born Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and j Mrs. Joseph Seroggins, 1215 Main street, j Announcement lias been made of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider, 3713 Horn street. The baby, weighing seven pounds nnd four ounces, was horn nt 1:17 a. m. Tuesday In St. Joseph's Hospital. An eight pound nnd nine ounce j son wns born Tuesday nt 2:\n a. m. j in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. ! and Mrs. Lee Wltcher of 2624 Sidney street. , Mr. and Mrs, Kdwnnl Douglas i of 1506 Henry street have an- ', notinced the birth ol a daughter. , The baby, weighing seven pounds and nine ounces, was born at 2:47 n. m. Tuesday In Si. Joseph's Has- iltnl. Memorial Hospital Mrillral Treatment Edward Clonlnger, Fore«t Homes, East Alton Richard Malsero, East Alton, R. 1. Kalph Stnhl, 3202 College. Surilril Treatment Mr«. Virginia Huerkoff, Edwardsvllle, n. 1. Mr«. Marjorie Schiller, Dorsey, R. 1. Mrs. lone Bunttner, 3222 Hawthorne. Ml«.i Mary Ann Henderton, 808 Alton, nismlsstls Mrs. Wllma Baker, 900 Wlllard. Mrs. Gernldlnc Glynn, Alton, R. 3. Ira Klrkpatrlck, 108 West Fifth, Hartford. Mrs. Vcrlene McKee, Godfrey, R. 1. Mrs. Vorls Belt, Godfrey. Mrs. Ida Kenshnto. Alton. R. 1. Robert Caddis, 141.1 Liberty. Mrs. Virginia Pruitt and Infant daughter. St. Joseph's Hospital Surgical Treatment Mri. Marjorie Jones, wife of Hamilton Jones, 1203 Brown. Donald Rose, Cottage Hill*. Mn. Marjorie Baldaug, 3708 Aberdeen. Mrs. Hazel Flatt, Carrollton, R. 3. Albert Rose, 2101 State. Mrs. Mildred Neuenschwander, wife of Robert Neunschwnnder, Edwardivllle. DttmlsuU Mrs. Gladys Grizzle, Roxana. Albert Eberhart, Edwardsville, R. 8. Miss Darlitne SUB Ivern, Cottage Hills. William A. Green, Western Military Academy. Otto Vroman, IBB Colliding, East Alton. James Mead, 9817 Sunnyslde. Wood River Township Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs, Laura Smith, 129 West Cherry, rtartford. * Judith Knight, R. 1, Bethalto. Clyde Thomas, Cottage Hills Mm. Elsie Pursley, S8A West Ferguson. Wood River. William Thompson, 428 North Ninth, Wood River. Surgical Treatment Jacqueline Williams, 223 Pence, East Alton. Bert Hill, 914 Second. Wood River. ninmltuU Ellen ElUpermann, Ml Lincoln. Bethalto. Mrs. Jennta White, 113 First, Roxana. Miss LaVerne Harris, Cottage Hills. William Crews, 823 Penning, Wood River. Arthur Tlndall, 5S4 Central, Wood River. Mrs. Isabella Oliver, Cottage Hills. Herbert Homer, 198 Old St. Louts, Wood River. Michael Brawn. .120 Maple, Roxana. Mrs. Helen Kravanek and infant daughter, 225 Mnple, Roxann. Mrs. Margaret Ficher and Infant daughter, 101 Went Sixth, Hartford. Rook Again Heads So. Illinois Builders Charles A. Rook of Alton was rcelected president of' Southern Illinois Builders Asociation, at the annual meeting of the association in East St. Louis, Tuesday. Other officers rcelected arc: Theodore Bauer, Belleville, vice presidnt; Carl Lomax, Granite City, *ecre- lary-treasurer. The association includes 39 counties nnd Is a chapter of the National Association of Re- tall Contractors. Speakers at the meeting included Co. B. C. Snow, district army -.enRlner; and J. D. Marshall of Washington, secretary of the national joint board on labor relations. Hook, who is president of R. & R. Construction Co., will attend the national convention in San ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK New Term Starts Jan. 23 at College 22 Seniors Complete Work At Shurtleff Students at Shurtleff College have sntered the final week ol classes at the fall and Winter term Examinations will b»gln Jan. 17 and continue through Jan. 20. The spring term will begin Jan. 23 with registration, and classes will get under way again the following day Twenty-two seniors will complete their work for degrees al the end of the term, but will receive their degree at commence' mcnt exercises In June. Those completing work are: David Paul Anderson, Earl Franklin Bailey Walter Clark Brown, John Dudley Cannon jr., Eugene Alonzo Lane, Darrell L. Moses, Bill Reed, Marjorie Lillian Velt, Alton; Harold Edward Bhlster, Edward Leroy Emerick, Wood River; Dallas Thomas Harrell jr., Wesley Henry Seals, Edwardsvllle; William Calvert, Richard Carl Chrlstman, Rock Hill, Mo.; Clare Jufy Clapsaddle jr., Ste, Genevieve, Mo.; Vernon Currat, East St. Louis; Albert Louis Grieve, Granite City; Harold J. Hetherlngton, Benton Harbor, Mich.; Roy Yates Jerrell jr., Cairo; Paul A. PIoss, Peru, Ind.; Warren Lee Wilson, Litch field, and Paul Willis Zirges, Nameoki. The beginning of the new term Is set to coincide with that al the high schools of the area. Thus it is possible for those finishing at the public schools next week to enter Shurtleff without delay, The college has arranged a schedule which will permit veterans to begin their training Jan. 23. Provision is also made for those who wish to transfer from other colleges. Church Events Anna Morrow class will meet Thursday at 1:30 o'clock at the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, and elect officers for 1950 Hostesses will be Mrs,. Herbert Francis, Mrs. Robert P. Morrow and Mrs. Claude Miller. Mrs. Morrow is teacher and Mrs. Miller is president of the class. Dorcas Bible class will have its quarterly meeting Thursday night at Evangelical Church. A covered dish dinner will be served at 6 o'clock. Circle 3 of the First Methodist Church, will meet in the parish house Thursday, and a covered dish luncheon will be served at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. O. Hays, Mrs. L. F. Smith and Mrs. Charles Keyser will be hostesses, and Mrs. H. A. Lidster will have charge of devotionals. Fidelis class will meet .Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the parish house, First Presbyterian Church. Officers, Miss Myrtle Hellrung, president, Mrs. R. N. McKee, Mrs. Harry Wynn and Mrs. L. J. Misegades, will be host- osses. Circle 1 of the Grace Methodist Church, will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Metzger. 3705 Western avenue. Mrs. Metigi;r nnd Mrs. Phyllis Carter will be hostes c es. Steel pipes and tubes now are made in sizes ranging from hypodermic needles to pipes 150 inches or more in diameter. Francisco, Feb. 20-27. Also attending the East St. Louis meting were Carl Grabbe and R. S. Cannon. JANUARY SPECIALS Cream-Permanent—Enriched with Lanolin Machine—Pre-Heat fS.M Machineleu $6.00 Cold Wave 97.60 ft $10.00 Cream Shampoo and Set Complete $1.00 LOV-A-LEE Beauty Shop 2317 COLLEGE Phone 2-7412 Evening Appointments. LOVEY LAMM, Opr. ROLL FILM DEVELOPING BY MAIL it Custom fine grained developing. it Each individual picture enlarged. it Xe\t Dny Service. + Special attention to all Jlnth picture*. it All theie services at no extra ooit. Send for easy to use mailbif and money saving price list today. ALTON PHOTO SERVICE BOX 202 ALTON, ILL. Youth'* lluiul rui Dannie Leo Ward, 16. of 26-10 Moore, recolvod onu'r^oiu'y treatment Tuesday night In SI. Joseph's Hospital for a laceration to his hand, inflicted accident ly by n butcher knife nl his home. Main Spring Arch Shoes For Men and Women Exclusively At <l< STATE—ALTON, ILL. "Wlwre Third Meet* State." The- HOP "Ice Paralyzes Transportation .. .** New* Headline, During the recent Ice storm our delivery service waa Hied by many of our patrons. This service, along with the other facilities <tf «ur »hop, is never '|Muralyw4', H»vt Your Doctor Phone Us! W* Sp»ci*li»tt J, RuiMll Dfllt sbL^w 0. J Past Slate Legion Auxiliary Head Speak* at East Alton EAST ALTON, 'tan. 11 -"Sttv- Ice work Is the most rewarding work of which >l know," MM. Fenton Solidity, past Mate department president of the American Legion Auxiliary, told members of the East Alton Woman's Club at a meeting of the organization at the Community Building, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sollday explained that the main objective of the Legion Auxiliary was providing recreation and other types of service to veterans. Mentioning several of these services, Mrs. Sollday told of parties which have been held at the Alton State Hospital every Thursday afternoon for the past 20 years. Food Is cooked and taken to the hospital and games and prizes are provided. The Auxiliary has helped to build greenhouses at Hines Hospl* tal for veterans. This particular phase has proved very beneficial', according to Mrs. Sollday. Illinois, has the only veteran's craft shop in the United States in Chicago. A veteran may take a product of his handwork there for sale without cost to himself. Many veterans support their families in this manner. Mrs. Soliday commended the Illinois Woman's Clubs for assisting with the erection of "The Haven" at Crab Orchard Lake near Marion. Music was furnished by the Woman's Club chorus, under the direction of Mrs. William Buckl , with Miss Roberta Dollar as accompanist. Mrs. J. L. Cottrell was program chairman. Mrs. A. Edson Smith was voted, into the organization. A letter of appreciation from Scott Air Base, which has received cookies made by the local club, was read. The club voted to send one music student to the Egyptian Music Camp at DuQuoln for one week during the summer. The club voted to sponsor the cancer drive in this area, of which Mrs. John Hanks, secretary of the Woman's Club, is co-chairman. The club has also made a cash donation to the Dad's Club and voted to send the organization a letter of commendation for the community project which it recently sponsored. Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Mrs. F. M. Sanders presided at the refreshment table during the coffee hour. Other hostesses were Mrs. Robert McManus, Mrs. Ruth Eyers, Mrs. John Tice, Mrs. Ralph C. Parker, Mrs. Edward Ladendorff, Mrs. Muriel Havelka, and Mrs. Shelby Murray. Delivered by Dr. Hall ' EAST ALTON — Relatives of Miss Donna Smith, 151 East drive, reported that Donna, who • was born at Mt. Vernon, in 1934, was one of the many children at whose birth Dr. Andy Hall was the at- OFFICE FURNITURE Desks Chain File* Lamps Supplies MATHER'S Mather - Morrison, Inc. "Your Stationer" 207 PIASA Phone S-6654 Lodge Notes | Woman's Relief Corps will meet Thursday, at 2 o'clock in Odd Fellows' Hall, and 1950 officers will be Installed. Members j>f the Corps recently entertained 93 veterans at Alton State Hospital, and Mrs. Gilbert Swain was chairman of arrangements. Dinner was served, and cigarettes and cAndy were given the men. Sister Helen to Attend Meeting in Chicago Sister Helen, administrator of St. Joseph's Hospital, and Mrs. Bernice Mead, administrator of Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, will attend a meeting of the Illinois State Hospital Association Friday in Chicago. Administrators of Alton Memorial Hospital and Wood River Township Hospital were unable to attend the meeting and Sister Helen will represent the three hospitals, and' she and Mrs. Mead also will represent Ninth District at the meeting. tending physician. Dr. Hall, 84, has been a practicing physician for the past 50 years at Mt. Vernon and was recently honored by the American Medical Association. Donna, who resides with her mother,' Mrs. Lydia Smith, and aunts, Mrs. Mary Fuller aiid Miss Grace Etheridge, at the East drive address is a freshman at East Alton-Wood River High School. 91IMO 90KCHS »«_«• You bettor run. Johnnie, thoi* were n«w Ruucll Venetian Blind* behind that window. Russell Venetian Blind Mfg. Go. 911 MILTON ROAD Dial 3-5944 — Res. 2-8569 for free estimates. Th« Original Venetian Blind Man of Alton Where Quality Come* First •^ Movies Shown at Kiwanis Meeting . Don Carter of Carter Brofc, toe, served a» program ehaitmin wr Tuesday night'* meeting of Kl« wanls at the Mlnersl Spring* Motel. He .Introduced L. Stitef of the Midland Ford Tttetot 06. «f St. Louis who showed * movie, "Planning for Tomorrow." Sasser In a brief talk before the movie told a little about Dearborn Motors, the national marketing agency for Ford tractori and equipment Guests at the meeting Included Thad Carter, Lloyd Carter, Paul Jones of the Midland Ford Tractor Co., and Frank Lynn of Carter Bros. Tractor A Equipment CO. President George Edland announced that the meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17 would be an "All Kiwanis meeting" with different members of the club on the program. Anssles To Start War Trials CANBERRA, Australia, Jan. 11, <*)—Army Minister Joslah Fran* cis said today the trials of 100 Jap. anese, charged with war Crimea against Australians, will begin soon at Manus Island. Francis said he had ordered the army to move the prisoners, now held In Sugamo prison, 'Tokyo, to Manus by the middle of next month. BEST SELLERS IN MIDWEST (At rc»«r<«< by kUlBf kt*kik*»l> CHICAGO Fiction— "Mary," "A R«f« to Llv«." "The Egyptian," "The Msn with the Golden Arm." Nonflctlon — "Th« MitUM Mhld," "White Collar Zoo," "The _ Aiitobi. ography ot Will ROOM," "Th« Waters of Siloe." MILWAVKII rictlon-"The Egyptian." 'ttm." "The Way Wett," "The. MudUrk." Nonfietion — "White Colter Zoo," "The Road Ahead," "A OuM« to Confident Living," "Tht Waters et Siloe." INDIANAPOI.il Fiction— "Mary," "Th» Egyptian," "The Big Fisherman," "A Raft to Live." Nonf tction — "The Greatest Story Ever Told," "A Treasury of Early American Homes," "Cheaper by the Dozen." PEOBIA Fiction — "Msry," "A Bamto Live," "One on the Home," "The Peaceable Kingdom." Nonfietion — "White Collar Zoo." "The Autobiography of Will Voters," "We Went Thataway," "Cheaper by the Dozen." TBI-CITIES (Davenpert, Mellne an* Book Iain*) Fiction— "A Haw to Live," •'Llv; With Lightning," "Tht Egyptian," "Mary." Nonfietion — "The Conqueror*," "Canasta," "The Seven Storey Mountain," "Peace of flouL" ALTON (Ai Reported by Mather*) A(s Reported by Matfctn^.. Fiction— "A Rage to Uve," "The Old Oaken Bucket," "Hunter'i Horn," "Reit and Be Thankful," "Th» Egyptian," "M«ry v ", Nonfietion— "How to Win at Canasta," "W. G. Fields: Hia Follies and Fortunes," "The Waters of Siloe," "The Autobiography of Will Rogers." Moit of these books are In stock. If not, we will- get them for you promptly. No extra charge. MATHER'S MATHER-MORRISON, INC. 307 PIASA ST. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF SNURTLEFF OOLLEQE EVENIN8 SCHOOL WINTER TERM REGINS JANUARY 30, 1950 I MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Mental Hygiene 30 IE Prin. of Acc't'g 201E •Business Low 303E Business Cycles 410E Salesmanship 307E Algebra lOlaE Amer. Gov't. 201E Prin. of Acc't'g 202E Investments 408E Transportation 406E U. S. 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German 101E Commercial Art 231-232E Pottery 304E Audio-Visual Ed. 308E Privatt Instruc. Applied Music Criminology . 302E NOTE: Refer to STL my X ri of N or more rtfHlir catalMiM for court* encriptiM. Claim viU to MO.*.? •»»•« i*** wU tt» rt « • rt|W».v RIIISTrUTIOIIi WNk ft Jan. It-It* OAVt-Mt A. M«-4itt M. BVBNINIt-t.lt * M—lilt P.M. DIAL MUI V

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