ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ef tt* ttty wtftf *mnau« tt MOB** ft tjg WUftam* , $**, _ VNw MDJJe DaptlSf fieMttfta)** flUeiiiiHll was In tatta Memomi Htffc Alton. ,,•*•• gj^^^^^^ j^' '' ' '• ovCTMBy ••> f Le»ttt fleam, DMMM :^-u*f Companioii "WIYS" • • eiH^pe'OewB y •eawojpe/ w^wo^awj • fcfeitt n< PH«d to TMt Evt Rfl c«-i WORDSH - Mr. and tfrt. lUqr ttnpnmt and KM*, 00>i ft* and Joseph of Wood RNWr, and Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and mm, BllUe of Edwards* tttte, were guests Sunday of -, MRS. Carolina Ursprung. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blot*. vOfei spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Foley at Normal. Mn. C E. Ashauer and Mrs. Edwin Wiesemann vlslt«d Moiu day afternoon wHh Mrs. Ash- smerY mother, Mrs. Dorothy Luer v who is a patient at St Francis Hospital LJtchflcM. Walter Gregory of Tampa. Fla, and Harold Brown of Bloomington, visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George S. Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Keune of Hillsboro visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Delore Birmingham and family of Decaror weft guests Saturday of Mrs. Jennie B. Lamb and Miss Nora Birmingham. Eldred ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. O.i F. Shuler spent Sunday atj Quincy as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Shuler. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Brannan were: Mrs. Herschel Klncade and children of Jeraeyville, and Debbie and Diane Wessel of Carrollton. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Barnett were: Mr. and Mrs. William Yost and children of Rosewood Heights and Mr. and Mrs. William Seymoure and daughter of Carroll- Urn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knot* of St. Louis spent the weekend at the Frank Reif home. Mr. and Mrs. Marion WOd- hagen and children, Jan and Eric, attended the wedding of Miss Linda Cooper and Kenneth Kirback at the Holy Ghost Church of Jerseyville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kruse and daughter, Lois, of Edwardsvffle spent the weekend at" the home of Mr v and Mrs. Edward Havelka. Guests during the weekend of Mrs. Iri Davidson were: Mrs. Dale Schlieper and daughters of Joliet: Mr. and Mrs. Al Taylor and children of Griggsville; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eyer and Paul and Russell Eyer of Palmyra. - They also visited at the Newell Trusty and Eugene Lehr homes. Miss Linda Farrow a bride- to-be was honored at a rais- celleaneous shower in the social room of the Baptist Church Monday evening. Hostesses were: Mrs. Dennis Vetter and Mrs. Gary Morrison. ^^S^BHHHKiHBBHBHBHBBWi r-Detlgned Lounge with gen- tsistt man, burni odd icratene*! Dantf h Walnut wine plastic table Insert that resists...-.., —.. , 100% FOAM reversible seat and back cushion*, tapered N _. press ferruled leasl lastly converts into single bed! nut Veneered Danish Modern 5-Ptoee Magnificent 56" Triple Drtiitr with distinctive Fronted Mirror, distinctive M-Size Panel Bed plui Inner* MaHress and Box Sprinal Motchlnej ehttt available. 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Use as f adng Sam 144^ long Wo or mo|<e thf tn up as twin beds I «2*j^'v.jiiwgraB33Hj^ Vlke Correlated 6-M«c« rvnetlonsjl Living *ooro Orpgpl 2-S«ction Sofa, Pivot-Bock Casual Choir, Swivel Arm Chair, Cocktail and Sttp^nd Tabtal Frqnw art bronzetont ttt tl, coytra/ort plaitta, toMt "now TRU IB my-IRJBlP ff wnSW ttufiioifl I WI6 ftMWiWl • INK Tucs<fiy j night tfMNv ftw MR Of nW fVQ§fH|l Ml Flshtt of fhv ftnn. orthmi* A» Modi over he ttlcpnonV vHUwut flny invMt* ttgaHon or kntMWMl* ot the market Is not a wfiH tMng to do, concluded ftthto. M« then «hot> ad a film prflared by the New York Stock Exchwip which 11- lustrated how stocks become available by expansion of a company, and how the investor is protected by stale and federal security regulations. Even thin, the stock may drop In value, and the investor must be prepared to withstand the fluctuation!. The money used for this purpose should be only that above the actual needs of the person so that a loss, temporary or otherwise, will not cause hardship. Chorus practice for members ot the Klwanls Kapers was held following the meeting. Hie theme of the show this year will be "Gobs and Gals," and the annual comedy production will be staged May 11 at Alton High auditorium. Tickets were handed out to the members who will distribute them during' the coming weeks. Miss Carolyn Smithee, entrant In Miss Alton contest, was a special guest, as were Allen Klope, her co-sponsor in the Miss Illinois I*ress Photographer contest in Springfield, and her pianist, Jerry Fagan. Miss Smithee sang the number she will do in the talent section ot the show next Saturday. Select Staff For Jersey Grade Paper JERSEYVILLE — The Indian Yell staff for the 1961-62 year at the Jerseyville East Elementary School was elected Tuesday, and will work with the present staff in publishing the last edition ot the Indian Yell for this year, in order to gain experience for their duties next year. Members of the seventh grade at the school who desired to serve on the staff applied to Miss Margaret Archer, faculty adviser for the Indian Yell. From this list Miss Archer prepared ballots which were voted on by the students. Don Trask a brother of the present editor in chief, and Lynn Bauersachs, were elected co-editors for next year. Other members of the new staff are: Kathy Fessler, assistant editor; Bill Pirtle, business manager; Teresa Sears and Joetta Bauman, literary editors; Donna Radley and Carol Krueger, circulation managers; Jim Gary and Jim Gorman, sports editors; Gary Ingersoll and Phyllis Gilworth, activities editors; Robert Walker and Terry Daugherty, humor editors; Everett Ayres and Donna Kramer, organizations editor; Tommy Long and Diane Malloy, news editors; Wilma Hall, art editor; David Schmidt, Emmett Shafer, Gary Greeting and Wayne Gabbett, mimeograph operators. Four artists were chosen to assist the art editor include Larry Man, Janet Fleming, Martha Baker and Jane Fransen. Robert Carter, art instructor at the school, will be art consultant for the publication and Miss Margaret Archer, is faculty adviser for the Indian Yell. >, '*?>>: »1.«0 WUKiY No ftlatlor Phone Orders 24x36" Venetian MIRROR Sparkling plate glass mirror with beveled edge and plastic rosettes! Hong them everywhere in your home for reflected beoury . . . over the mantel ... in your halt! $10 OPtN EVtRY iMIGHT IRfct Sf ei <--,icl<: xl*""^ tortt IvxuHfus QuIIMep ftoti Firm Foam»Cushiontd inneripring unit ii encottd in Nyien rewfo/ctd woven-«tripe cover, pre-buiJt border hoi iMmeVedi tl eyeieUf tyrakig hoodetl FuU or raid porcelow bowl end aU"ileei'w»»MC«bMeHl OF Broadway and Plata Stunning Shaded Charcoal 4-Ploco Bedroom Suit* I Featuw 59" Triple Dresser with a huge 29"x49" Etched and Scalloped Shadow-Box Mirror, large Chest and Book- caie Bed! Has every de luxe construction feature! v\ of me Mtdorp Arm Choirs with wo)* NO MOMf V OOWH-Me MeM or MeM Ofdm f' '150 NO MONIY POWN $9 WIIKIY Kane KANE — George Cory has received word of the death of Kenneth Burg at Superior, Wis. He is survived by his wife, the former Helen Witt, daughter of the late Fred Witt of Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter of Jerseyville visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hunter. Music students ot Mrs. Nell Carrico presented a primary recital Sunday at <the Library Hall in Carrollton. Taking part were: Debbie Bean and Sharon Reno. Serving as ushers from the Kane area were Sherry Allen and Carlotta Steinacher. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Abbott and son, Timothy of Jerseyville spent Sunday with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abbott. Members of the Sunshine* Class of the local Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening at the borne ot Mrs. Philip Plate. Assisting hMtesaw will be Mrs, Hubert Mourning, Mrs. Robert Krueger and Mrs. Wayne WiUU. QHU- W TOY BIERUW, Ca«Un4 * A toy cupboard hansitt the stairs ot her home heoajM s death twt* for Lorraine WrigW, i when * fire started In the ttay room. Two men passing by uw hot** beard «creams. They sj|UMns4 iato IB* cupboard M*4 brought the «*>Ud out, but *lM «*4 oJ burn* Nttgh ban nams4 Uenraiae's tim* •)»• tet* UN* h*r sjather, Mm Au**y Wright.
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