Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 18, 1950 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 18, 1950
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ALTON EVKHINO TILKOftAMl On Underpay i Diftcttsfteft College Xvenue Project Advantages of a revamped tin <ter1*M it the CoHefc* avenue «ta tlon we»e enumerated by Sat Hob** Brown of the Alton police department before member* o the Lion* Club, Tuesday noon, a Motet Stratford. Pointing out that 5000 car* pas through the underpass every 2 hours and that this number wll be increased 30 percent on com pletlon of the new outdoor thea ter northeast of the city, Sgt Brown gald the proposed Improve ment would not only be a pro gresslve safety move, but woul provide a beautiful northeast gate way to the city. Current plans, Sgt. Brown stated eall for widening of the thorough fare at that point, new paving, and Installation of traffic sign approaching the pass from hot aide*. The proposed Improvemen Would also provide for an erne* fency crossing at the end of Ken dall avenue. , City officials are negotiating with state authorities regarding the project. As a result of Sgt Brown's address, members of the club drafted a resolution urging state officials to take necessary action to bring out completion o the measure. Sgt. Brown, Introduced by Mar ion Ray, head of the Lions safety committee, also discussed othe aspect* of safety In the Alton area. Bill Hoerlng was accepted Into the club'* membership during the meeting. Mrs. Louisa Howard. 90, Dieg at Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. 18. — Mrs. Louisa Howard, • 90, widow of Augustus Howard, died at 7:20 p m. Tuesday at her son's home, Arch Howard, at Carrollton. She had been there a week. She was an Invalid during the last several years. Mrs. Howard was born In Calhoun, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sudbrach. Her married life was spent In Walkervll' •. Her husband died in 1927 and, afterward, Mrs. Howard resided with her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Berllne, HIHvlew. She was a member of the Lutheran Church. She Is survived by her daughter and five sons: Charles and Herman of White Hall; Floyd, Arch and J. W. of Carrollton. The latter is Greene County circuit clerk. Nineteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren also survive. The body is at the Dawdy funeral home at White Hall. Funeral services are set for Friday, 2 p. m. ,at the White Hall Presbyterian 'Church, with Dr. C. C. Benedict, pastor of the Carrollton Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be In Walkerville cemetery. teftlaf 'tMfc Senior tUnlt Explorer Port 1! wa« organlted at Milton Schoo Monday night, the unit being fo boy* whri have reached their four teenth birthday, especially those who have been In Scouting. HaroU Word, who has had three years n Cubmaster of Pack 15, and thre years with Boy Scout Troop 15 both sponsored by Milton PTA was appointed Adviser. Harry Ramey, Franklin Plerci and Jacob Cushman are the Unit 1 committee members. The Unl members are Owen Ogden, Tedd; Hrabak, Don Schudel, Bob Schudel John Cushman, Gene Ramey Bueky Hord and Billy Wood, «1 from Troop 15. The Unit will mee the second and fourth Wednesday of the month, beginning In March Preceding the organization o the Unit, a court of honor wa held for Troop 15 and the follow ing awards were made: Tedd; Hrabnk, First Aid; .limy Carter camping, cooking, hiking, scholar ship and canoeing; Dickie Schudel First Class, camping, First Aid hiking, scholarship and one yeai perfect attendance; Marvin Artier first clam and hiking; Bucky Hord canoeing; Owen Ogden, first class and hiking; John Cushman, Life Scout, home repairs, book bind Ing, hiking, canoeing and publli health; Gene Ramey, Star Scout first aid, personal health, public health, hiking and home repairs Harold Hord, canoeing, scholar ship, chemistry, botany, zoology reading. No School Tomorrow Those children attending Alton Public Schools will have a holiday tomorrow while their teachers engage In what Is called, "Teachers Work Day." The 'work day' is de signed to give time for the prepara tion of reports that wind up the .lint semester, and to make pre 'paratlons for the second, which begin* Monday. Pupils are to return to schoo K lday lor report cards and to y such fees and rental* a* are due for the semester. Members Enroll In Programs Member* of Upper Alton Nile Unit, Madison County Home Bu reau, have enrolled in several pro grams, which are being sponsored jy the Bureau, the Illinois Safe Home Program and the Home leading Course. The Safe Home irogram Is a part *of National Safety Week and is planned to help >revent home accidents. The rearing course is sponsored by Illinois •State Library and deals with such opics as Child Guidance, Recre- ition, Mental Health, Music and nterlor Decoration. Henry A. Stolze. 74, Dies in St. Louis Henry A. Stolxe, 74, of St. Louis, a former resident of Alton, died this morning In a St. Louis hospital. StolM, a former emplqyt of Liter Bros., Packing Co., moved to 'gUj. Loul* about 30 years ago, and had been employed there by a tobacco firm. HI* wife, Mrs. Sarah Stolze, died two year* ago. He I* survived by three brothers, William and Ernest C, Alton, and Anthony of St Louis, and five sisters, Mrs. Frank N. Howard, Mrs. A. D. Howard and Mrs. George IJaty, Alton; Mrs. Charles P, Gochring, St. Louis, and Sister M. Salome of the Notre Dame Order, Overland, Mo. Funeral arrangements are In- opmplete. William E. Johnson Funeral Thursday Funeral services for William E. Johnson, 56, of 1920 *Plasa, who ; died Tuesday In St. Joseph's Hospital, will be conducted Thursday at Ip. m. in Russell funeral home by the Rev. G. W. Brewer. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. Friends mny call at the funeral home after 7 p. m. today. Johnson Is survived by a son, Arthur A. Johnson, Chicago; a brother, Harry, of Alton, and two slaters, Mrs. Ella Brown of Kan•as City, and Mrs. Gertrude Perkin* of St. Louis. Boston Holdup Won't Affect City Business BOSTON, Jan. 18, (JP) — Financial sources said last night's robbery of more than $1,000,000 in cash from Brink's armored car service would have no appreciable effect on the city's business. They explained it this way: Of the $27,000,000,000 in circulation In the United States, about one tenth, or $2,700,00,000 would normally be in the Boston Federal lUaerve District. Thus the holdup took away only $1 for each 12700 In circulation in the area. 14 JM War CHmauls Executed t-^QKYp, Jan v ll, W - The Al- Upd ocftgitlon legal section an- nqunced today Netherlands authorities In Indonesia executed 14 Jap- •heM war criminals, including tftira* general* and an admiral, durtni the iMt nine month* of J»tf, Pt««li military tribunal. Jenjntet and firing • r«»t the executions. Upper Alton Enrollment was made at a meet- ng held last night at the home f Mrs. Robrt O'Connor, 3612 West rn. There were 15 members pres- nt. Mrs. Robert Nuzum presented he lesson, "Mental Health" and Mrs. Harry Allton the minor lesson, "Frostings." A cake which demonstrated the work was given o Mrs, Nuzum, -who marks her birthday this month. Mrs. June Carroll, health chairman, spoke n polio and asked support of the March of Dimes. The Unit was host today to other nits In the district that met nt he home of Mrs. Paul Gabriel to make dressing* for the Cancer Solely. A bake sale has also been lanned for Feb. It at the Tate Hardware store. Milton Women Met Yesterday The monthly meeting of Milton iVomen wa* held yesterday at the ome of Mrs. Clarence Budde, 3635 Aberdeen. A covered dish Inner was held at noon and the fternoon was devoted to cards 1th Mrs. C. F. Hall, Mrs. Elmer Lynn, *Mrs. John Wlnslow, Mrs. rVllliam Pierce, Mrs. William iuebner, and Mrs. Clarence Budde xcelling. The next meeting will be held 'eb. 21 with Mrs. William Pierce, 703 Aberdeen. At Churches Tonight The annual church meeting will e held this evening at Brown treet Baptist following a covered ish supper at 6 o'clock and a short evotional* service. The Rev. V. W. Corrle will con- nuc his discussion of "Our Faith In the Bible" at Main Street Methodist. "Spiritual Liberty" wa* the morning topic at Edward* Street Assembly of God and at the evening service, the topic will be a continuation of a series of sermons on "Ministry of the Holy Spirit" Members of Hlllcrest Church of The Nazerene will go to Granite City this evening to attend a tone rally. The district superintendent, the Rev. W. S. Purinton, who has only recently' been appointed to succeed the late Dr. R. V, Starr, and the Rev. Jack White, president of Nacarene Voting People's So cicty, will be present. A study In I Kings will be the subject at Main Street Baptist. Upper Alton Baptist folk will hear their pastor discuss the important parts of II Kings as they continue their over-all, picture of the Bible. The Eighth Beatitude will be the subject of a sermon this evening by the Rev. J. C. Martin at Calvary Baptist. "Jesus and the Sabbath" as re lated in Mark will be the subject of the Rev. Homer Foster at Free Methodist Church. Lessons from the Moody Bible Institute correspondence course will be followed at Jameson Bap tlst. Cubmaster Reslgas Willis Beatty, who has served as Cubmaster of Pack 15, Milton School, presented his resignation last night to go into Scouting w,ith Troop 15, also at Milton School. Matthew Gormley was chosen as the new committee chairman to replace Cecil McCord, who Is also go- Ing Into Scouting. Announcement of the changes were made at the Cub Pack meeting fast night. Mrs. Joseph Schroeder led in the singing of Cub Scout Songs and -M. J. Carpenter, navy recruiting officer entertained with stories of China and Korea, especially as related to children and family life in comparison with the liberties which we in America en- Joy. Awards of year pins were made to Jon Durr, Ronnie Schmltt, Billy McAfoos and George Loveless, George having also been presented with gold and silver arrows; wolf and gold arrow to Mike Day; wolf badge to Dale Daniels; gold and two Silver arrows to Robert Mill- erlng; bear and gold and silver arrow to Robert McCord and a Bob Cat pin to James Carpenter. A committee meeting will be held at the school Jan. 30 for the purpose of planning the blue and gold banquet which will mark the anniversary of Scouting In February, Infection In Hand C. H. Jones, 89, 2603 Walnut, is suffering from an infection in bis right hand and arm that is thought to have developed from the scratch of a cat. The infection developed rapidly after making itself apparent yesterday morning. Work Night at Church Men of the Free Methodist Church are working at nfght this week to make repairs on the interior of the building that are necessary before decoration begins next week. The men have worked Monday and Tuesday nights and will meet again tomorrow night. Members of the church are planning to go to East St. Louis Friday night to attend a revival being conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Joe Hallam, formerly of Alton. The trip will be made in the Sunday School bus. Teacher Resigns Mrs. Gladys Daniels, teacher of he third grade at Horace Mann Jchool, has resigned and will be eaving soon to make her home in Chicago, Her resignation Is effec- ive with the beginning of the new semester, Monday. Miss June Sanders, a teacher with two years ex- lerience, comes from Herrln to re- ilace her. Choir Activities The monthly business and so- lal hour of Main Street Metho- list choir will be held Thursday tight following the usual rehearsal ..t 7:30. Miss Joan Hughson, Miss Pat Headley and Raymond Wenzel •111 be hosts. Notes Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Anderson Add Beauty To Your Home STURDY PIE KUT OriSMMlsl Irsi For tack and Stair Pre-Kut a*MM mass prs» «iMtl** - yaw MVC wltk PUS-KUT as*tke4s. Create your awi design tram stock parts. Plans I-MU for Representative to call CAMPBELL TENT A AWNING CO., IM CCNTHAL AVB. Shipman Bureau Meeting Thursday SHIPMAN, Jan. II. (Special)— An all day meeting of the Shlp- man Home Bureau unit will be held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Roy Archer. Assisting hostesses will be Mr*. A. G, Schoeneman, Mrs, V,. B. Baxter, and Mrs. W. G. Kulenkamp. A pot luck dinner will be served at noon. The major lesson, "Planning for Long Time Housing," will be presented by Miss Deborah Solllday and the minor lesson, "Hotel Etiquette" by 'Miss Margaret Sal-man and Mrs. Harold Schuetz. Harmony Auxiliary to Meet SHIPMAN — The Auxiliary of the Harmony Anti-Thief Association will meet this evening at Union School, Parents of Daughter SHIPMAN — A seven pound daughter, Ellen Ann, was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Newby at their home near Plainview. She is the couple's fourth child, but first daughter. The mother was formerly Miss Ellen Bunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bunt, Shlpman. Birthday Dinner at Dey Home SHIPMAN — The birthdays of Dean Heal and Marshall Halllday and son, Jerry, were honored Sunday with a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dey. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heal and sons, Gillespte, Mrs. Marshall Halllday and daughters, and William Cromwell. To Enter St. Louis Hospital SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs; W. O. Cromwell left Sunday for St. Louis. Mrs. Cromwell will enter a hospital for surgery. W. O. Cromwell will stay at the homes of his son and daughter, Richard Cromwell and Mrs. Glenn Betz, St. Louis. Richard Cromwell and Betz came Sunday to take their parents to St. Louis. Attend Golden Wedding SHIPMAN — Miss Florence and Miss Bertha Shultz attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gurick, Glllespie, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alfred Streeb, Gillespie, planned, the celebration Sunday -s a surprise for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gurick at the Gurick home. The couple's anniversary was Jan. 10. Attend Prom at Illinois College SHIPMAN—Miss Maribell Whitlock and Miss Norma Lea Chadwick, Bunker Hill, spent the weekend at Jacksonville and attended the prom at Illinois College, Saturday evening. Attend White Shrine SHIBMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Wil- of Evansville, Ind., and daughter, Andrea; Mrs. Helen Osterhold of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and children of Jennings, Mo., and Mrs. Fay Homer of Jerseyville were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Brandt, 3525 California. Mrs. Sylvia Thompson, 2616 Watalee, is taking treatment at Memorial Hospital for Injuries sustained to her right shoulder when she fell from the porch of her home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Niemeier, 807 Rosedale, had a* guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Niemeier and family of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs., Edward Stahlhut of Ed- Wardsville. ' ' Alton friends of Fred Wen'dt will be happy to learn that he is mak- ng recovery at Madison Cbunty Sanatorium, where he has been a patient almost two years. Mrs. Wanda Harris, 2633 Wata- lee, returned to her home today from St Joseph's Hospital, where she underwent surgery Monday. She expects to return to her work at the Snyder Clothing store in about 10 days. - COAL IS THAT COAL BIN EMPTY? Call Us Today — Wo Cm Ofvo You Hoat 'Yes Sir— Convert to Gas and 'Your Coal Troubles Are Over Wo guarantee 1-tJay sorvfeo on aM convortlon Jobs. Wo can puN your coal flro at • a. m. and you wW havo gas boat at S p. m. WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO THE JOB At IT SHOULD BE DONE. , 2-7522 - Oall Us Tsdsy- Ml 12 Nsvs Ysir to Hssl Tswrrsw ^/> HOMI AWMANCII IV UmLAMAZOQ vjlr - •M«tiif natiai ttit, SALES and SERVICE 404 IAST IIOAOWAY ALTON. ILL C. W. KOSANKI, OwMt Ham young. Mra, Mary M. Mflttli, Mr. and Mrs. W. 6. frank, Mtt, turn T, Smith, Mr. and Mr*. Law* fence Morrison, Mr. and Mra, Harold Morrison, and Mra, MaWc Sauerweln attended the meeting of Temple Shrine at Glllesple, Friday evening. Deceives Navy tMsekatga SH1PMAN.—Gene Moore, son of Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Moore of Plaia, hat received his discharge from the navy and returned home Sunday after a year'* enlistment. Mr. and Mr*. Donald Moore and son met him In St. Louis. He served on the U. S. 9. Henrlco at San Diego, Calif., base and wa* typist for the captain of the ship. Shlpman Netea SH1PMAN — Mr*. W >% A. Huc- kelbridge, Mrs. W, O. Cromwell, Mrs. L. O. Bohlmeyer, and Mrs. H.I L. Bohlmeyer were in attend* ance at the Woman's Missionary Union at the Glllespie Baptist Church, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith and daughter, Alton, were guests Sunday of Smith's mother, Mrs; Rose T. Smith and grandmother, Mrs. Tillie Thomae. In the afternoon, they visited E. A. Kahl at Ma- coupln Nursing Home, Carllnville. SHIPMAN.—Mrs. Anna Kahl spent Sunday with Mrs. H. A. Brueggeman. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Baker of O'Fallon were here in the afternoon and the two women went with them to Carlinville to visit Mrs. Baker's father, E. A. Kahl at Macoupln Nursing Home. Mrs. Mary Rives, who has been a guest of relatives in St. Louis' and Granite City, returned Saturday to the H. O. Still home. She was a dinner guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lahr. Mrs. lvalue Streetmaker of St. Louis, and nephews, Denny and Jerry Line of Granite City, brought/her sister, Mrs. Rives, to the Lahr home. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Eldred and sons of Chesterfield were supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Eldred's sister, Mrs. Ebert Pointer and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Schrler were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. William Allen and family at Pawnee. Mr .and Mrs. Howard Newby and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schoeneman were in Alton, Saturday. Mrs. Chester Bunt and daughter, Suzanne, returned Friday from Murphysboro, where they were summoned by the death of her aunt. They visited several days- with Mrs. Bunt's mother, Mrs. Charles Hardln. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Christopher of Alton visited Sunday with their parents, Mr. and.Mrs. E. C. Christopher, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Candler. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stone spent Sunday with Mrs. Stone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cairns in Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. William Cosgriff and family of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Cosgriff's brother, W. T. Stouffe and Mrs. Stouffe. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown of Alton were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bunt. Mr. and Mrs. George Meier and children, Ferdie and Sylvia, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fenton and family at Miles. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor and daughter, and Mrs. G. E. Travers visited at Alton Sunday, with Mrs. Travers' daughter, Mrs. Louis Burgoyne. Mrs. Burgoyne, who has been a medical patient ft St. Joseph's Hospital, returned Friday to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meredith and son of Jerseyville, and 'Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Watson and children of Brighton spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. El. Meredith. Mr. and Mra, James Wilson of Kemper visited Sunday with Mr. Salesman Found Guilty of Murder Kills Missouri Girl Alter 7-Year Romance CHICAGO, Jan. it. <»— A door- to door talesman who wooed a young Missouri girl wa* convicted last night of murder after a seven- year illicit romance. A criminal court jury found Harvey McDonald, 35, guilty of murdering Joan Vestal, 24, last April 3 and fixed hi* punlihment at 14 year* Imprisonment, the state's minimum sentence for the crime. The prosecution had a*ked the- death penalty. McDonald, married and the fa* ther of six children by hi* wife, told the jury that he met Ml** Vestal, then 17, shortly after her arrival in Chicago from Bevier, Mo., and that during their seven- year romance the bore him two children. One child wa* given in adoption, the other and younger, is living with Miss Vestal's'mother In Bevier. The defendant testified that the shooting was accidental. He said Miss Vestal actually shot herself as he struggled with her for a gun In her apartment. McDonald'* wife, Grace, 34, stood by her husHfend at the trial. She told the jury she blamed herself "for this terrible thing. I could have gone out with him. more. He asked me over and over to go. I was always too tired from caring for the children and doing the housework." She was 1ft the courtroom with their eldest children,. Carol, IS, and Robert, 13, when the verdict was returned. Carol was scream- Ing and Mrs. McDonald.was sobbing as they were ushered out. The woman told newsmen sh would continue the fight to free and Mrs. Robert Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson and daughter of Alton were guests Sunday of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wilson. f Mr. and Mrs. William Maguire and family, Rockbridge, and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Maguire, Carlln- ville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .Kenneth Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dugan, Carlinville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dugan and sons, Plalnview, were dinner guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dugan. Mrs. Hermoine Hyland has returned home after several week's visit with relatives at Brighton. Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Johnson and family were guests Saturday evening of Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Robert Cooper and family, Moro; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Main and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood and son and Mrs. Nancy Wood were guests Sunday of the tatter's daughters, Miss Vella and Miss Darlene Wood, Alton. Albert Bunt, Wood River, spent Friday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bunt. Mr. and Mrs. James Inman and Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hansen. Jerseyville, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hansen Jr., and children spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hansen. Carol Christopher was also 'a guest. Mr. and Mr*. George Flack and daughter, Betty, Bethalto, visited Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Baxter, Sundayj Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chesterman," Owaneco, were guests Sunday'of Mrs. Chesterman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brueggeman and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Brueggeman's sister, Mrs. Robert Cooper and family; Moro. OPEI1 fill DURIOG Commamorarin| the Birthday of Benjamin Franklin Spending judiciously, uvinf consistently—these art tht tricd-and-trut principles of thrift at prtachad, long a|0, by Itnjamin Franklin . . . and practiced, long sinca, by successful men and women. Why not observe NATIONAL THRIFT WIEK by opening a saving account? Then, add to your savings regularly! Once you acquire the saving habit, you are on the road to financial security. Take the first step new, and prove to yourself that it's profitable to be thrifty! ALTON GERMANIA Building & Loan Association «17 EAST IROAPWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS DIAL 1*5222 Sctarf OWfetoti Meet To Plan for Change in Setup Of Godfrey Non-High District Twenty-four school official* of Godfrey town*hlp met at Godfrey school Tuesday night to ditcuta, among other problem*, what arrangement* are to be made by the schools in Godfrey when non-high territory is abolished In the Mate. Lloyd Canon, Godfrey school principal who reported on the meeting, revealed the change in state law mean* "we will have to transport and pay tuition for all high school students from God* frey." Moit of the Godfrey student* attend Alton High. Tuition I* paid out of a non-high district tax but, after 1953, the tax will be abolished with the district and this will leave the burden on the separate school funds. The problem is one of financing the students' tuition In Alton High and other nearby high school* out of tax fund*. Or an alternative i* building* a Godfrey high school. There I* little possibility of building a high school, however, spokesmen have pointed out, because there are not enough high school pupil* in God* frey at the present time to justify the expense. Carson pointed out carefully that the meeting Tuesday night wa* to "discuss various school problems of the area. The officials unanimously agreed, upon the need for some organization in their group to investigate the problems for discussion at further meetings." He Implied that the meeting was a first step in preparing for the eventuality of 1953, when the non-high setup is abolished. There are seven grade schools in Godfrey township, each under the supervision of three directors, with the exception of Godfrey school, which has a board of seven. Representatives of the schools attended Tuesday's session, along with the three township her husband. McDonald, a former insurance salesman, slumped in his chair when the verdict was read. . The jury deliberated the case four hours and 20 minutes. school trustees and the township ?" T' Morkel, a trutte*. was elected chairman otjM newhr formed group, with Mr* W. H. Baker of^ Godfrey tehool Aboard as secretary. Cloyd (Bud) Hamer Sf theOodf W «*ool acting chairman at It to'call the rte*t;we*t. ing and I* to aapolnt a wmmltte. "to assemble data" ior the eon* (iteration of the offldata. . A new community jyehool district setup In Godfrey, which might result from the group', rtudy, would -probably vary from the present setup In form of orwn«»J'»'V but the money for sending children to high schools In nearby communities probably would rtlll eomt from the *ame *ource, the taxpayers. _ Change In Funeral Plan* A change wa* announced late today In funeral arrangement* for Mr*. Ro*alle Gartlll, 37, of 801 Miami. Friend* are requested te call at Staten funeral home after 2 p. m. Thursday Instead of Wednesday at 7 p. m. Funeral ritaa will be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. t Hurt In Accidents Two men received emergency treatment Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital for Injuries incurred In Industrial accidents. They ware Charles McNesh of 108 Delia, who treated for a hand Injury, and Charles Newkirk, 632 H East Fifth, who suffered a foot injury. 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