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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, ALTON EVBN1NO TELEGRAPH •AOlNtttB RNA at Brighton Installs Officers Mrs. <Dovcy Hubncr New Oracle BRIGHTON, Jan. 12.—(Special.) —Mr* Chattel Wilton and Mrs. Harold Bott were installing officers at installation ceremonies for officers of the Royal Neighbor Lodge following a pot luck supper at the home of Mrs. Wilton, Tuesday evening. Officers installed weres Oracle, Mrs. Dovey Hubner; vice- oracle. Mrs. Fannie Kuehnel; chancellor, Mrs. Emma Yost; past oracle, Mrs. Merle Watts; receiver, Mrs. Myrtlss Laux; recorder, Mrs. Wilma Bott; Inner sentinel, Mrs. Julia Lucker; outer sentinel, Mr*. Annie Schmidt. Manager, Mrs. Ina Long; flag bearer, Mrs. Frances Heldeman; modesty, Mrs. Edith Robings; faith, Mrs. Ina Long; courage, Mrs. Nell Hauter; unselfishness, Mrs. Hazel Orban; endurance, Mrs. Frances Heideman, and assistant marshal, Mrs. Ruth Wilton. Attend Funeral in Lcmnnt BRIGHTON. — Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Bott and Mr. and Mrs. Elden P. Bott left Wednesday eve ning\ for Lemont, where they will attend funeral services today for their uncle, Joseph Stein, who died Saturday at Great Falls, Mont. Mrs. Alclde Fischer 'and Mrs. Joseph Stein, who accompanied the body to Lemont from Great Falls, will return to Brighton with them this evening. Returns to BUM BRIGHTON. — Johnny Long returned Wednesday evening to his army duties at Milwaukee, Wis., after spending two days with his parents, , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long. -, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Woods and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson and Johnny Long, were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr Nc well Sir ohbeck President of Brighton Betty Ann Group Presbyterian Aid Elects at Brighton BRIGHTON, Jan. 12.—(Special.) —The annual meeting of the Betsey Ann Association was held at ihe Legion Hall Tuesday evening The following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Newell Strohbeck; first vice-president, Alvln Schroeder; second vice-president, Tom Hughes; treasurer, V. W. Schroeder; secretary, Edwin G. Polster; directors, Harold G. Bott, L. E. Jones, Claud McAfee, Ralph Haycraft, Elden Bott, and A. A. Moehle. A public relations committee was appointed by the new "president, including William Thyer, John L. Ash, and Edwin G. Polster. The treasurer reported that. $2437.50 is owed on the Betsey Ann fire truck. This truck was purchased in May, 1949, at a cost of *6174.40. The annual Betsey Ann picnic will be held this year at the Betsey Ann grounds, Thursday and Friday, July 20-21. Rebekahi to Initiate Three BRIGHTON. — The Rebekah Lodge will initiate three persons nt its regular meeting at 7:30 p. m., Friday, in the IOOF Hall. Names will be drawn for the mystery pal club for the new year. Surprise Birthday Party BRIGHTON. — A surprise birthday party was given Mrs. Louis Lobemaster at her home on Rt. 2, Monday evening. Refreshments were served and Mrs. Lobemaster received several gifts. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fohr, Mr. and Mrs. John Timpe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold St. Peters and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Timpe and son, Raymond; Harold Herring, Charles St. Peters, Marie Watson, Sylvia Bell, Grover Yost, Virginia Maples and daughters, and Rose Herring. and Mrs. Rollin Orr and family at East Alton. BRIGHTON, Jan. 12.—(Special.) —Mrs. Harold White was chosen president for the second year of the Ladles' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church at its meeting Wednesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. White. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Clayton Landon. vice-president; Mrs. • Paul Warner, second vice- president; Mrs. W. D. Bates, secretary; and Mrs. Catherine Boker, treasurer. Mrs. Lester Allen, Mrs. Ruth Kelsey, and Mrs. Lyle D. Stone served on the nominating committee. Mrs. Boker gave the annual treasurer's report. Mrs. Landon reported on the fifth chapter of the mission study book, "China, Twilight of Dawn," and Mrs. Kelsey told about the "Ganado Indian Mission" and "Puerto Ricans in the U. S." Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Robert Pointer led the devotions. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. White, Feb. 8. Dinner at Timpe Home BRIGHTON. — Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Timpe, Rt. 1, Sunday, for a potluck dinner. The men spent the day gathering fuel for Timpe, who lost his eyesight a few months ago when his refrigerator exploded while he was attempting some repair work. Mr. and Mrs. Timpe and their three children recently moved to a farm near Brighton. Present at the dinner were Mr and Mrs. Harold St. Peters and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lohr Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Timpe, Louis Lobemaster, Charles St. Peters, Jersey Junior Women To Hear Therapist JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 12.—(Special.)—The education committee of the Junior Woman's Club, of which Mrs. Kenneth tngersoll Is chairman, will be in charge of the program for the meeting of the club at 8-p. m. Tuesday in Chapman Hall. Mrs. Haiel Lane, occupational therapist at the state hospital in Jacksonville, will be guest speaker. She will exhibit some of the work done by the patients and will explain the methods used In teaching them. A social "hour will follow. Members of the committee for the evening are Mrs. C. G. Atkins, Mrs. John Robinson, Mrs. Robert Erwin and Mrs. Gerald Mclntyre, decora- lions; Mrs. Aron Cope, Mrs. H. E. Wuestenfeld, Mrs. Laverne Knauel, Mrs. Paul Erb, Mrs. Raymond Warner, and Miss Donna Faye Frost, refreshments. ICC Authorises Union Electric Construction SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 12. UPi— The Illinois Commerce Commission today authorized Union Electric Power Co. to construct a transmission line between its Venice and Cahogia power plants. The line will increase the power supply to the East St. Louis and St. Louis areas. life. He la lawyer, but at the same time owns and operates a farm In Lake County where he lives with his wife and six children. He w»i In the U. S. Marine corps three years of which he WHS 24 months In foreign service. He is a director and member of the executive com- mittpp of Marshall Field * Co. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Candidate for Slate Treasurer Visits Alton James Simpson, of Wadsworth, lormer congressman of the tenth Illinois district, was In Alton yesterday in the interest of his campaign" for the Republican nomination for Illinois state treasurer. He was accompanied by Conrad F. Becker, former state treasurer of Illinois, who is now working for Mr. Simpson In his candidacy for the GOP nomination for treasurer. Mr. Simpson has had a distinguished career in his 45 years of Harold Herring, Junior Hamilton, and Sylvia Bell. BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY DECISION LET US SHOW YOU THESE BEAUTIFULLY STYLED NEW CARS Panel of 160 Chosen For 'Mercy Death' Jury MANCHESTER, N. H., Jan. 12, (/^—The dozen jurors who will try Dr. Hermann N. Sander on a charRO of murder In the mercy death of a cancer-ridden patient will be drawn from a panel of 160 persons. Superior Court Clerk Arthur 8. Healy said that he began fathering names of prospective Jurors as soon as the trial -date was set yesterday. Superior Judge Harold T. Westcot t set Feb. 20 a* the opening date of the trial which Is expected to attract International attention and MttWUh total an* history. There ate three women on tM present superior court prnel of jt jurors. 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