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PAOB TWRLVE ALTON IVBNWO TELIOUAPM JAKVA1Y M, titt Brightonian Files For Treasurer Harris Seeks Place on Republican Slate BRIGHTON, Jan. 20. (Special)— • Among persorts who filed for county office In Maooupln County, Tuesday, was C. Wnrrt Hnrrls, n nptive of this community, who geeks the Republican nomination fdr county treasurer. Harris is a sort of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Harris, prominent Brighten dairyman, spent his youth on his parents' farm nnrt attended the Brighton schools, from which he graduated. He also attended Illinois Stale Normal and has taken a course In accountancy. He was with the marines during World War II, being honorably discharged with the rank of second lieutenant. He served for 38 months, of which 22 were in the Pacific theater. He worked for a year, following his discharge from military duty, on his father's farm. He was appointed Sept. 22, 19<lf>, as Illinois Veteran's Commission Service officer for Macoupin County and served until May 1, 1949. Since that time, he has conducted a commercial spraying business. Harris was married In 1048 to Mrs. Margaret Osterkump, formerly Miss Margaret Bqllone, n Wil- sonvlllc school teacher. They nre the parents of one son. He Is a past commander of the Macoupin County Council of the American Legion and ertjoys a Brighton Cage Tourney $434.32 BRIGHTON, Jan.'20. (Special) —Hnrry C. Walker, manager of the Brighton Invitational Tournament, which was held last week in the high school gymnasium, has made the following..financial report. Total gate receipts for the four nights were $743.05. Total expenses, which were $308.53, Included official fees, $104; basketball, S21.20; trophies, $45.50; janN tor, $15; tickets, 77 cents, and tax on admissions, !j!122'.06. Net profit was $434,52, which was. divided among the participating teams on the basis of $27.16, of 1/1G of the net profit, for* each wide acquaintance among ex- service men throughout Macoupin County. FIELD SEEDS OKDKK KAKI.Y Red, Sweet, Alsike, Lcspedcia and Ladino CLOVERS Alfalfa Seed, Blue Crass Seed, Lawn Mixtures HOFFMAN FEED & SUPPLY 118 WEST IlKOADWAY I'hone Alton 8-5282 1 game played. VIMv BtlMW BWGHTON — Mr. an<! Mr*. ClafK fhomfts, Carrollton, were dinner guests Thursday at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Lyle D. Stone. • Church Notes BRIGHTON, — t>r. ' Frank 0. Wilson wi|l preach on "The Great Prize" at the 10:40 a. m. Sunday worship at St. Paul'* Methodist Church. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a. m. Methodist Youth Fellowship will be at 6:30 p. m., with Barbara Chase and Alice McAfee as leaders. Dr. H. O. Hurley will conduqt the fourth quarterly conference at'3 p. m., Sunday, The Rev. Lyle D. Stone will speak on "Lifting Power" at the Sunday worship service at the Presbyterian Church: Sunday School will begirt at 9>$. touth Fellowship will be at 7:90 p. ni Midweek worship service wlttbe at 7:30 p. hi, Wednesday. The Rev. A. L, Schleler will use as his sermon t«xt Matt 5:16 and- will talk on the theme "Footprint* walking Through Life," at tin 10:30 a. m. worship service Sunday at the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Sunday school will be at 9:30. / The Rev. Father Phillip Newman, pastor ot St. Alphonsus' Church, Has announced Sunday masses for 8 and 10 a. m. The Twentieth Century Fund reports that the largest part ol America's wratime increase in total output came from the fact that more people worked rather than from Increase productivity. MARES Naturally every talk is easier when yo« m dearly, without strain. Permit us to examine yovr eyes reap- larly, professionally, with scientific perfection. I)r F W Wr.it hrrby . TBIllD ST., DIAL I>IMS For Cuba, flmil, Perti DBS MOINfcS, ,f»*. rt (* Thre* palrt of lovwi'l Wlng1«l chickens will bt flwm to three Latin American coWrtfto* the chickehi, devel6r>M . by Peter BauMan of f>N Molntt/*UI be the flrtt Mnt out of tnCunlted Statet. They are Ming Mn( to the government* of Cuba, BraHI and Peru. ^ Branlff whleft l«rv IW -- - -_. ------ — _ Ltfta AJMrieoii rmit«4 I* the Mr* ai tim for Mtntifle tt* MfJVhv ; ..• • ••• •'••• ;••> Ttlttraph Want Ada "CX1CK" $6.95 (either yeirwelt. SJm 1 to 6 MiN$$7.w loots YftltW fM tot you BAVB ; MOKE AT... Men'* Paratroop BOOTS tram fttitftttt, tX&uA, beat of tM 2M; eoftpMittft ui • ftOtttlt - A twtlfwhla* tWtoy» MIMHNMI 'IKlf* dy, ftfhf it ftotltH*. Net*** Wlljr a Vrtt*h*J tWth when *ft tyl IS feet from a wiadow of He* mt l "V. Ml AH w»r» tttto. OM •StMtSStttt. MARTIN E HARTMANN WATCHMAKER E. H. GOULDINC'S SONS CO. 206 W. Third St. ALTON, ILLINOIS Dial 3-6629 .-.'''"• . ..,'•'••' , • . 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