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PAGE f EN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, IOS« Society... CLUM JPARTItt WKODINCM TEA* RECEPTIONS KllHiiRrd i l;i''.']n? ' Miss Criti'vrr Ui \Vr<l Mr end Mrs Kr-niiMh Crllesor Tllil 'I""'!.'h i.!;c|.I ;yid KdwardS- nrl Vill'- ir.Td \\' : Ri< ' i a I'- ii 011 IT" in L 1 Hi IT a 2 f m r n t h f. I i dmi;:h!er, .'nllilTV to Wili i si in Robinson, -on i if .'» .'i n • on- nl Mt<. .roj'.r. in. l and llnl'in- South in i ' yi-. 1 Kin"!"- l ll'H V-; 1 1 iMiim:: Hfspitn! School Mi. Ai'vii'snn Knivt'i sil v nl' c< ivo hi.', rlr nrilnritu: in nrilii "in. Hi 1 ,'im! .--I'orls r Soi ni'it y - ;MH| historian. A IX.Ilia Hi;,): ' I"'-.I, i,n| 1 I rii'intli.- of ;<! Alton M'-Oioiial of Nursing, i i; a viiior ;il the Illinois ;iml will re- •;:roo in .lune. Hi 1 is luherlisini.; and jour- is publicity chairman I'liortor for Si;.'in;i I'ht .-)i » liooi. I In- r-riKiii thp Owens-Il and Mi's Ci fall mnrri/u.'' 1 . . l:o\an,-i Ommiinity r;ohinsr>n is omployed rcririK dfparlmpnt of linois ('.lass Co , Alton, iics'T i? "mployr'd as l ho' Ciite.ser (Irocery cnuple plan an early S Kp-ilon fraloinilN of ".hii'h h" Is .•i member. Mr. Arvidson served .'11 months in Ihe Pacilic as n staff sergonnl with nn infantry division. ....4>.Young \Vnmmrs f'ltih MrofiriK The- East Alton Woman's club, under I ho direction of Mrs. William Buckler, presented n cantata at a mpotinjj of the Alton Vounc man's club held Wednesday niiiR nt the Y.W.C.A. Aftf'r a discussion on thp public library prnpos;il, a committee wns fiiithori/i'rl to call on Mayor Linkogle lo communicate the club'.s spnlimcnts to him. The arrival of Die Massachusetts j M.ol hodist Visual Alrl machine, which has j been nurchn.scd by thn clnh to he presented |o tlio Alton schools, hns boon delayed because of Inclement wenlher. Mrs. Wagoner, dub president, has been advised Hint it will nrrivn soon. Thp group volocl to give n rnsh donnlion for "The Haven." a *-e|- ernn's 'hospital al Mnrlon. "The » Haven" nnd "The Trail Hangers" are two downslalo General Fodor- ntlon projects which are being supported by the Fedcrnllon. Mrs. George Lammers find Miss Wllmn Kahrenhorsl «avo reports on (ho club's "Student Loan fund," which Is adminiHlored for I ho cluh by Shurtloff ColloRc. Mrs. Herb Miller requesled club members to donate material, nuch as worn shoots, pillow cases, white shirts, turklnsh towels lo the Cancer Clinic. A, loiter was read from Mrs. J. W. Mak'mney, club mother, who complimented the group on their fine performance In ypnrs pnst nnd expressed her hopes for continued success nnd growth of the club In 3050. Program chairman for the evening was Mrs. Richard Hussong nnd hostesses were: Mrs. Stanley Monks, Mrs. Hay Roekman, Miss Dorothy Grasslo, 1 Mrs. Von Hut Ion, M;-s. John l-'rerichs, Mrs. Joseph A. Compangna. Mrs. M-uirice Wlckenhausor, Miss Betty Bond. A letter of thanks was read from St. Anthony's Infirmary, thanking the club for the Christ inns Trny cards sent them for use during the holidays on trays In 'the pedinlrlo department. Mrs. Slorllnp I. n - Mnrsh Is in charge of ihe [iroject for sending the cardj lo nil throe! Alton hospitals each monlh using! a motif appllcnble lo the month. .Mrs. Stone llonorrd Mr?, l.ynn Stone, the former Miss Uulh Mitchell, \vas finest of honor ."I a parly given Sunday afternoon at the Westerner Club lod:;o. lilinco was played and those excelling .UK! reeojvinjj pri/es won•: Mrs. Stone, Mis. Kenneth Landers, and Mis. Thendote Tchoukaleff. ;"'"'''''" Late in the afternoon refreshments | '-C'vr.d were served by Ihe hostesses, Miss | idGP, n May me Brun.jas, Mrs. James Clow- j •—— ers and Miss Kachael Shii'rel. ; Mrs. Stone was presented with i gifts from Ihe k'losls, thai in-! Wo-i eluded besides I ho pri/e winners,, .eve- , Mrs. Alfred Steelier, Miss Lydia W( ,,. ( , '• Kink, Miss Klhie 1-link, Mrs. Frank | Y1rV Felolilin, Miss Lillie Grave;;, Mrs. ' j(;j(i Shirley Berry nnd Mrs. Olin Smol hors. Mrs. Stone was married Christmas eve in Ihe parsonage of Ihe church of Kast. Alton. YMCA Plans New Dog-Training Class Classes in dog ob'edlence training will begin Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the YMC#, it was announced today by William Newberry, edit-1 cation committee chairman. The | advanced class will meet at 7' p.rn^ each Wednesday, open only | to those who have completed the ; novice course. _ The novice clasH open to all j breeds, will meet, on Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. Anyone interested In enrolling in this class may call Bernard Hughes at the YMCA. ! The classes will be under the instruction of Mrs. Joan B. Horowitz, who taught the novice course at the YMCA last. fall. She Is a member of the St. Louis Kennel Club. j Newberry announced *.hat the! YMCA school of informal educa- j lion will offer six courses for the ! spring term. Classes will begin the ' first week of March. The educa- j tion committee plans to'offer a' ! course in canasta, providing an ' instructor can be located. Members of the education com-; mittee are: Newberry, Raymond! Ready, Russell Bell, Allen Riehl, Joseph Russo, Marvin Swaim, jr., Tom Metcalfe and Cooper White. ' Mrs. Pilsbury to Head Home Board NATIONAL i. ••' i 111 I :..i" T ihe ;'rnup HONOR SOCIETY proup Ihaf rrr-f at Alton High VVcdncidiy r^ght for the induction of new members.- The ... - •'•' :h? h gh L-chcol for the evening's prcf;r c ini ,ind then Inter adjourned to room 116 \vhere refreshments were ./' t. 1 .'- HOT? Economics Department. Sponsors for the Honor Soc'ety are Miss Alice Gates and Mrs. E. M. Lea- /'•j'"-'i Hir;h faculty.—Phoro by John Dietschy. ' - i.s, Mrs. Al Doeir, and Mis. \Villian celled and were Lute in' I lie afl on Mr-,. Mary Docrr, Lee !.'ra/ier ex- a'varrlod pri/cs. oon refreshments I r\ ed hy the hostess. William Lee Fraxier of lieikeley invited Ihe j;roup lo . mi'i'l \vil h her Jan. 1'S. Hospital Notes l'arl\ at Iti'l^Mon Howard Horsey, of a St. Louis radio station, will entertain at a parly lo he «iven al St. Alphonsus church, l.'.righlon, by Ihe Holy Nnmo Society, Tuesday evening, in the church hall. There will he special attractions for Dorsoy's followers and follow- if\K the program games will be played. Club With .Mrs. (iriit Mrs. Ralph Gent of 410 Ro/.icr street was hostess to members of her hrirlgi; club Thursday evening and Mrs. S. Harold Roberts, Mrs. Kenneth Scliuberl and Miss Ku- genia Delano excelled and received pri/es. Mrs. George Frost of 2121 Maxey avenue invited the club members to meet with her in two weeks. .Mcrlinc »t (•oiiiniiiiilty House Sears Ifi Chili ini'l at 7:.'!0 Thursday evening ;il the Hillcresl Community house. A short business session was held at which time plans were made for n dinner meeting to he held next month. i During Ihe social hour bunco was played nnd Miss Wilma Fall- renhorst mid Miss Anita White excelled and received pri/es. Late in the evening refreshments wero served by Ihe hostesses, Mrs. Lloyd Kills', Mrs. John R. Walters, nnd Mrs. Lonio Garner. . . + ___ lirmvnic.s Elect Officers P.rownle Troop No. T7, met a( Lincoln school at ,'!:.'!(l Thursday afternoon. The following officers were elected: Mary Lou Rumsey, president ; Carol Green, vice pi'cs- ident and Janice Wassom, treasurer. The children discussed sending kits of school supplies to children overseas and the project was voted on and carried. Miss Wilma Fahronhorst Is leader of the troop and she was assisted nl Thursday's meeting by Mrs. David U. Davis. : Mrs. Mrs. presl- junlor Fuchs, chap- .. Class A lap dancing class for girls be- (ween the a.^es of (i nnd 12 will be taught at the VWCA on Mondays at <l p.m. bo.Kimiing .inn. if;, -pi',,, class, which will run for a five weeks period, will be Iniighl hy Mrs. Morye Hague, heallh education dlreclor nt. the VWCA. - * • t'liiss OffieiTs Insliillctl The Anna Morrow class of (ho rwelfl h S tree t Presbyterian church mot at. the church p.m. Thursday and ccrs. Mrs. Herbert Krancls was installed as president, Mrs. V. r rtexront. vice president and John Dick. secre The class presented Hie outgohu- president. Mrs. Claude Miller, with a gift. '•nle in the afternoon the hostesses served refreshments. On Feb. in, a covered dish luncheon will he served at homo of Mrs. J,,h n .Sixth street. The furnish the dosser I. fit 7:,10 Installed nffl- Mrs. noon at (lie Dl'-k, SO!) Kast hostesses will riui. Mrs. Theodore ]'. P.ertler of X',10 Aberdeen avenue w fts hostess to '''^ber., of ,,,,. |. ast ,,,„«,,,„,„ tlub, Mother's Auxiliary to Ihe Order of IVMoljiy, Thursday afternoon. A short business .,es,ion was hold belore lunch, that u as served nt one o'clock. Mrs. \v;i|,,,,,, | iu || Mrs. JIa, 0 r.uddeke. M,- s . Mnltle \\en/el and Mrs. Sielln ONcelled at cards and wen |u l/es. I'list President's .M Pasl President's club of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary met with Mrs. diaries Short at her home, 1L'L>3 Diamond street, Thursday. Following n shorl business session nt which Mrs. Lloyd Martin wns appointed chairman of the club's project of sending gifts to the women paticnls al Xorlnuy Saniloriuni, Jacksonville. Mrs, Charles Short was presented with n birthday gift from (he group and the Sei-ret Piil presented .Mrs. Nora Pfnff (i gift. Games wero played and prizes went to Mrs. William Glllespie, Mrs. John Farmer, Mrs. Lloyd Martin, Mrs. James Cadi-nan nnd i Mrs. Diaries Sin,il. I At the close of Hie session re- j freshments were sei veil. i » [ Helt.v mid Hoi. dull Sleets | Mrs. J. !•;. Lewis of ,'ifiOl Herkc- | ley street WMS liosless Thursday afternoon to members of the Hetty i and Hob club. During n short busi- ; ness meeting, the women dlscilssed events for the coming year. Mrs. .1. II. Murphy was elected treasurer. • Mrs. Lewis wns the retiring Irens- I urer. I ruiiu-o was plnyed and Mrs. Lew- \\'oinan's Kelii-f Corps Installs Officers of ihe Woman's HHiof i Corps were installed al a mooting | Thursday '>>' M'/s. Gilbert S\vair>, inslallini; ollicer, who was a.-sislod j hy Mrs. Kale Karhler, insialling! conductress and Mj-s. Nola Melds, j Installing chaplain. | Officers installed were I'.uller Heath, president; Clyde Stelle, senior vice dent; Mrs. William Klsner, j \'ice presidonl : Mrs. Peter i treasurer; Mrs. Nola Fields lain; Mrs, A. D. Jackson, secretary and press correspondent; Mrs. Gilbert Swain, conductress; Mrs. Klizabeth Fisher, patriotic instruction; Mrs. Hoy McPheron, musician; Mrs. Kale Karhler, assistant conductress; Mrs. Cora Campagnn, assistant guard; Mrs. George. Flng- gerly. Mrs. Albert I.aiiek, Mrs. Gilbert Smilh and Mrs. Kmma Hr.indsl.Pller, color bearers. Mrs. Gilhorl Smith was elected as delegate to the Stale convention and Mrs. William Klsner was chosen Ihe alternale. Mrs. Peter Fuchs was made head of (he executive committee, for 1950. The women have planned a program for local work in addition to (heir aid to Ihe Slate Veteran's hospitals, for 1950. St. Joseph's Hospital Metllniil Treatment Mrs. Odclla Ynunxbcrg, 12M Alby. Treatment Mrs. Ruby Turnlpsced. wife of George Turnlpscpd. 025 Enst Fuurlh. Mrs. C'ilcnda Moore, wife of Lee Mnorr, 41fi Monument. Ed-.vard F. Hntton, fiOfl Stowell. Mrs. I'UMthn Sinai and Infnnt son. iMdil Johnson. Mrs. I mm Martini and Infant son. Ed- wardsvlllr. Mrs. ROSP nenrrlon. Edwnrdsvlllc. Tliomns Bulkovich. :)20 South Main, \Voori Hiver. Charles C. Whtpple, Hannlon, Conn. 'Mrs. Flora Norrls. 212 Lamport. liasil Cllenstin. ZffJ West Thirteenth. Mrs, 1,. Alll.son, Lowe, East Alton, Route 1. Mrs. Ernestine Parks. 1022 Gold. Paul Bonn, M1Y Pnrlt. Mrs. Ha/el T'lalt. Carrollton. Route 3. Mrs. Mtirjorie Jones. 120.1 Brown, 'Citation Day' at Roosevelt School Memorial Hospital Mrillrnl Treatment Mrs. nuhy Crnss. 2114 Rockwell. Mrs. Jrssie Laricnsler, 1201 McPhersnn. Richard Alan Nolsnn. .'Ifllfi Oak drive. Suriilcal Treatnifiit Miss Mildred Stanlch. 501 Tlpton. Wood Iliver. Vandorgrlff, 2IB WL-S! Mrs Sarah St-venth. Mrs. Mlnnlo Dean. 2210 WashinRlon. Mrs. Mildred Hawkins. Ninth street, Wnorl Iliver. .Jack Harris, 11114 Johnson. Clary Dennis Halford. IflOn Park. Linda Jean Broaddus. 109 St. Louis. Kail Alton. Harold Dean McBrlde, 413 Brookside. Wood River Toirnsliip Hospital Meiliriil Treatment Sharon Nicholls. Route 1, East. Alton Vlra. Ada Small. Route J. East Alton. Mrs. Wilma Magulre, 27B Seventh, Wood Hlvcr. Surftlrnl TreHiment .7ohn Baker. 211 Lorcnn, Wood River. John Sturpill. Route 1. East Alton. Mrs. Gertrude Pinkerton, 14 East Penning, Wood River. Church Events Births Mr. and Mrs, M. Ryrie Milnor of 1526 State street are parents of a son, their second child. The baby, weighing eight pounds and 15 ounces, was born at 1:39 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. Their other child, a daughter, Alice Gaines, is 4V*. The Westminster Fellowship of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church elected the following officers for 1950: Harry Kortkamp, president; Estella Sons, vice president; Jennie Lee Phleger, secretary and Carol Slillweli, treasurer. The Home Bible class of the Bible Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. J'ohnson, Greenwood Lane, at 8 p.m. today. The topic of discussion will 'be: "The Land of Palestine." MiM'tinjr The Stragglers club mot Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Morris Btirniester, 1207 Union sired. Bunco was played and pri/es wore given to Mrs. Lawrence Galloway, Mrs. Wallace Bond, Mrs. Archie Laird and Mrs. r.ur- nioslor. I.ale in the afternoon the hostess served refreshments and Mrs. •Hies No-dor of i:?(i;j fnion invited the group to moot with her for their next, session. . .-* ... Cluh With ^Irs. Proffer Mrs. Leo Pfoffor of flfM f5ro\vn street cntertnined members of (hoi Bree«'-l'n-e1ub Thursday after- ! noon. Bunco was'played and Mrs ! C. Stauffer, Mrs, ,7. Laird. Mrs. K i Hoderfeld. .Mrs. -II. Kaslen, Mrs. • W. Hilberer and Mrs. Charles Ware, excelled and \v<-ro awarded pri/es. I.ate In Ihe afternoon refresh-' menls were served and Mrs. K Roderfokl of Kast Kourth street Invilod l lie women to meet with her In h<-o \voeks. Di'hncr, Houtc 2. God- Aljnts, 2~iO Srvcnlh, Mrs. Martha frey. Mrs. Clorlrudo Wood Diver. Mrv Kilft'ii Keck and infant daughter. .TOl South Central, noxnna. Mrs. Shirley Brooks, and infant daughter, nmilc 1. East Alton. (Picture of .Page 17) Awards were made this morning to honor Roosevelt. Junior High School students for achievement during the first semester. The awards were presented during a "Citation Assembly" and consisted of meritorious service certificates and scholastic letter emblems. First awards to be made were the football letters, presented to Ihe following students: George Abel, Jack Bacus, Don Campbell, Alex Christian, Eddie Corbett, Galen Fines, Rill Franklin, Paul Harris, Sherry Heaton, Jim Heil, | XT-.H r TJ • V» Danny Lutes, Felix Macias, Tom ! " III Ot 1 COI'la Doctor j Leaves$600,000 to Widow PKORIA, Jan. 13. UP! — A will filed in probate yesterday shows an estate estimated at $600,000 wns left by Dr. Herbert L. Williams, 66, prominent Peoria physician who died Jan. 4. The estate was left in trust to Hie widow, Mrs. Ann Collier Williams. The will provides that on her death the estate goes to Bradley University. Dr. Williams was a great-nephew of Mrs. Lydia Bradley, founder of the university. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Ward of 2520 i Brown street have announced the birth of their fourth child and daughter. The baby was born at 8:36 p.m. Thursday in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing eight pounds and seven ounces. Their other daughters are Julia Anne, 9, Carolyn . Joyce, 7, and Bonnie Louise, 4. The annual meeting of board members of the Alton Woman's home met Thursday afternoon at the home. Election of officers was held and Mrs. C. R. Pilsbury was se« lected as president for 1950. Other officers are: Mrs. Rodgers Farley, firtt vice-president; Mrs. J. A. Ry« rie, second vice-president; Mrs. Emil Horn, third vice-president; Mrs. E. F. Fischer, secretary, and Miss Nellie Jones, treasurer. Entertainment at^he home during the month of December includ» ed travel pictures and a party given by the Zonta club; a party given by the Home Builders class of First Christian Church, and carols were sung at the home by the following groups: two Girl Scouts troops, the young people and minister of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church and the combined choirs of the Lutheran churches. Birthdays celebrated during the month of December honored Mrs, Edward Yager, Mrs. Belle Harris, Mrs. Anna Mclntosh, and Miss Ada Stork. Rep. Kcarns to Direct GOP Box Supper WASHINGTON, Jan. 1$, (IP) — The stage and radio show for tht Republican party's Lincoln Day box supper here Feb. G will be directed by Rep. Kcarns (R.-Pa.) The suppor in the OOOO-seat Uline Arena will be the send-ofl for 2700 similar GOP celebration! throughout the nation. Personals Mrs. Kmma Brandstelter has rotni'ivd from St. Louis, where she was culled by Ihe death of her brother', Kdward Knie.ste. Kniest was killed while on a hunting trip. Mr. nnd Mrs Kben Rodders, Jr., cln J r| -°» have 'boon spending the past week in New Orleans and are expected to arrive home lumoxrow. home of Mrs. Arthur Laux, 419 KasI Tenth street. ill Y.W.O.A. There will be a square dance at the Y.W.C.A. Saturday night, nt >; o'clock, Harold Rean will be the culler and everyone interested Is 'lulled to attend. Lyle Stone, Tony Swift, Jack Duncan, Richard Williamson, Eldon Lambert and Jim Blake. Letters presented to 9A student council members and to those who had served two or more semesters on the 'council: Jim Heil, president; Joan Goldsby, vice- iresident; Dale Lenharcit, Judy Gordon, Bill Franklin and Mary Kohbins. Safety Patrol letters- presented to 9A students, who had served two or more semesters on patrol: Judy Jordan, chief; Galen Fines, capian; Joan Flemming, captain; Joan Goldsby, captain; Jim Heil, captain; George Pinkowski, captain; Kenneth Ross, captain; Joyce Isaacs, Anne Lageman, Dale Lenhardt, Ronnie Meyers, Virginia Mitts, Walter Stamm, Frank Sutton, Marion Vanfossen, Dixie Webber, Kent Weiririch. A library letter was presented to Kent Weinrich, for three semesters ns a library helper. Letters presented to ninth graders in the chorus who had been members for three or more semesters: Kathleen Ackerman, Henry Cairns, Evelyn Crnin, Pat Doman, Juanita Dooley, Jack Duncan, Virginia Edwards, Bob Fahrig, Ellen Gwillim, Harold Isaacs, Joyce Isaacs, Ann Lagoman, Frances Lay!on, George Morrison, Mary Robbins, Gray Rosach, Kenneth Ross, Carol Rundcll, Joyce Rut- sat/, Diirdanelln Smith, Frank Suit on, Carole Swettenham, Joan Voss, Dixie Weber, Judy Jordon. Band letters wero presented to ninth graders who had been band members three or more semesters: Krug. Sherry Heaton, Mary Grace, Leo Sacchi, Anita Horn, Bill Truitt, Jack Duncan and Marion Vanfossen. Certificates of merit were awarded to students who hnd been cited for four or more school activities or honors, Activities for'which the students were eligible for citation were scholarship, perfect attendance, football, .student council safety patrol, library helper, window painting, band, chorus, fire prevention essay winners, The meeting of the I'.illikln club thnl was to have met Thursday everiiiii,- uas postponed and the club will meet in two weeks nt the N'owolno 1 awarded JANUARY SPECIALS Creuin-IVrmimciil— wllh Ijinolln W«v« ...... S7.80 * Shampoo unit Set $5,00 W.OO $10.00 LOV-A-LEE Btautv Shop Ml COU.KGlT UJVKI O|> r . 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The following students had received four or more of these citations: 7A—Elizabeth Richards, Gar> Breitwciser, Pat Lindblad; SB — Billy Eidson, Jde Rittenhouse Nancy Hemphill, Ruth Turnbull Rae Turnbull, Judy Winkler, Dori Deycker, Elain Gerard, Gretchen Seig, Larry Admire, Bette Calame 8A—Pat Grenback, Mary Woel fel; 9B—Joyce Ruthsalz, Georgi Morrison, Harold Isaacs, Sherrj Heaton, Carol Swettenham, Joan Voss, Bill Franklin, John Purnell Pat Domnn, Jack Duncan, Juanita Dooley, Dana Eastman, Carolyn Edwards, Kathleen Ackerman, Elen Gwillim, Bob Fahrig, Anita rJorn, LaVerna Clark, Jim Blake Nancy Lenard, Evelyn Clark, Virginia Edwards, Mary Robbins Robert Shirack, Beverly Middle on, Nancy Harlow, Martha iliiynes, Bertha Kilzmiller; 9A— I^oretta Medlock, Don Johann Judy Jordon, Mary Helen Barkley Charlotte Boyd, Pat Weaver Marion Vanfossen, Kenneth Ross Virginia Mitts, Joan Goldsby, Joyce Isaacs, Jim Heil, Anne Lageman Dale Lenhardt, Leo Sacchi and Frank Sutton. Students who received two or three citations were presented their certificates of .merit,in their home rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mawhee of 510 Porter street are parents of a son, William Alfred, who weighs eight pounds and five ounces. The baby was born in Alton Memorial Hospital at 8:49 a.m. Thursday. They have two other children, Kenneth, 3, and Mike, 15-months- old. The name of Janie Lee has been given a daughter, born at 5:20 p.m. Thursday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ketchum of 923 Pearl street. The baby, their first child, weighs seven pounds and one ounce. Mrs. Ketchum was before her marriage, Miss Lenora Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lovell of 132 Seoond street, Hartford, are announcing the birth of a daughter. The baby was born at 2:27 p.m. Thursday in Wood. River Township Hospital and weighed eight pounds and 10 ounces. 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