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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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SATURDAY, APRIL II, 1951 ALTON EVENING TSL10RAPH Upper , WONI Alton Ml* ff tw Cwt'l Best Them Several bloekt of Upp now n wins uoiflwo for news of an enterprising Quartet of boys who have started g newspaper. Things are tn an Indecisive state tout the spirit in launching "The Key Newspaper", aa it is called, la unquenchable. One organizer of the publishing firm, which is starting with a mimeograph machine and some typing paper, said that he wasn't sure what they would charge tot^ the paper hut he thought the oth> erf were getting two cents. He wasn't sure, either, how many copies eame off the press but it was "pretty many." The first issue hit the streets Friday, dated April 20, and only a cursory scanning reveals that the Upper Alton desk has competition. It seemed that the desk missed entirely the story of a pack of "viscious dogs" which Is raiding grabage cans in the Main St. vicinity. And we didn't know until we read It in The Key Newspaper that Mrs. A. said, "Whenever I'm in the dumps I get a new hat," And that Mrs. B. answered, "So that's where you get them." Pursuing the garbage can raiders, it is found that the same pack of dogs had treed Billy Stork, Mike Brown and Seigle Hayes the other day. The item about the garbage and (he treeing were widely separated in the paper but the question will remain In the minds of the reader as to just what the pack of "viscious dogs" is seeking to raid. There ai-e a few items about broken bones arid such which the Upper Alton desk missed entirely. Incidentally, this one page paper will appear, perhaps, once a week. Members of the publishers' families indicate that it would be more apt to say that the paper will appear one a week every year. Publishers are: Billy Stork, Roger Becker, Robert Dittman and Bill McAdams. Cpl. Dial on Leave Cpl. Harold E. Dial, 19, son of Mrs. Margaret Dial, 1903 Park Ave., is home on 30-day leave after serving nine months in Korea. The infantryman was in the combat zone almost the entire nine months. He has three battle stars. He is scheduled to report to Ft. Crowder, Mo., after expiration of the leave. Cpl. Dial landed in San Francisco, Calif., April 9. He is a former West Junior High- School student and enlisted in March, 1951. He has about 11 more months to serve. Mrs. Dial has another son in service, Sgt. William L. Dial, who is in Germany. He is a supply sergeant with the 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Division. The sergeant served four years in the army until his discharge in 1950. He reenlisted and was sent to Korea. He was recalled later on the death of his, father and then was sent to Germany. The Dial family are cousins of the famous flying tiger leader, Gen. Claire Channault, now in Formosa. Jameson Revival Closing Revival at Jameson Baptist Church, 2636 Sanford Ave., enterer the next to the last day today and the Rev. Shields reported that the special meetings have been successful. Evangelist David Matson will have as his subject at 7:30 tonight, "An Open Door". Sunday morning, 10:30, the minister will speak on "It Is Enough." Sunday eveinng, at the closing service, topic will be, "When the Lights Go Out." Award will be made Sunday night for the winner of the attendance contest. The revival started Easter. Evening Society to Meet Evening Missionary Society of Upper Alton Baptist Church will meet Monday, 7:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. David Bear, 3226 Brown St. Mrs. Joseph Rallo will lead devotions. Miss Mildred Glock will be the speaker. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Robert Nuzum and Mrs. Dayton Schmidt. Purcells Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Francis Purcell, 3524 Fuller-ton Ave., celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary this week and several visitors catted. They included! Mr, and Mrs. Ed Langham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rttmmerfleld and daughter, Oayte Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Daniels, an of Alton; and Ernest Darr. of Jeweyvltte! Mrs. Flora Watts, Co 'umbia, Mo,, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Darr, of Roefcbrtdge. The Anniversary was April IS. W, 8, 0, 8. Breakfast Woman's Society of Christian Service of Main Street Methodist Church will be hostess to the district conference April 21, It was decided at a breakfast and business session of the society at the church. District meeting will be held In Main Street Methodist Church but luncheon will be served In the Franklin Lodge on Washington Ave. by the DeMolay. At the breakfast, Thursday, the society made plan's for a mother and daughter banquet to be held at the church, May S. Mrs. C. A. Stickler presided at the business session. •> Mrs. David A. Weaver was In charge of devotions. Her scripture lesson was from the 150th Psalm and dealt with praise and thanksgiving. She told the meeting that, "Praise Is valuable because of its scarcity." Mrs. Marjorle Dlttleman reviewed the book, "Snips and Snails", by Louise Baker. Special musical numbers were presented by members of East Alton School band under direction of Mrs. Robert Luly. The breakfast was served by the executive board. Tables were decorated with spring flowers and candles. WMA Select Senior Play "John Loves Mary" a Broadway hit In 1947 has been selected as the annual senior play at Western Military Academy which is presented as part of 4he commencement program each year. The Norman Crasma play concerns the return of two soldiers to civilian life, It is a comedy and had as stars when produced in New York, Nina Foch and Tom Evvell. * All roles have not been filled. However, as soon as they are rehearsals are expected to begin. PTA Meeting Reset Parent-Teacher Association meeting of Horace Mann School has been reset to Monday, May 4, 7:30 p.m., it was announced by Orville Thies, president, following a meeting Friday night of the council. Thies said the re-scheduling from May 12 was caused by that date conflicting with the city-wide music festival at West? Junior High School. The meeting at the school also laid preliminary plans for the school social Friday, May 22. Bowmans Return Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman, 3207 Franor Ave., returned recently from a 30-day vacation in California where they visited her mother, Mrs. George Sachs of Los Angeles. The couple had with them their grandson, Steven Lee Pelot. Mrs. Bowman said the group enjoyed the trip and the weather was excellent. They toured by automobile. The Bowmans were passing through New Mexico when the first atomic blast of the year was set off in Nevada. Mrs- Bowman said although they were several hundred miles away they could see the flash as if it were a "sudden sunrise." They felt no tremors or other results of the explosion, she said. The trip was unmarred by mishaps except an injury to Mrs. Sachs, who fell in her home shortly before Mr. and Mrs. Bowman were scheduled to return to Alton. She suffered a severely sprained ankle. Mrs. Grinkey Has Fracture Mrs. Steel Grinkey, 520 Set-ing St., injured in an automobile collision at Main and Sanford Sis., has a fractured knee, Wood River Hospital attendants said. Mrs. Grinkey was a passenger in a car driven by her husband. Mrs. Funk Operated On Mrs. E. J. Funk, 2623 Yager St., is resting comfortably at Alton Memorial Hospital after undergoing major surgery Friday. A member of the family said a tumor was removed from beneath an arm. Her condition is satisfactory and she is expected to recover. She entered Thursday but it is not known when she will be discharged. Meanwhile, at least six other area KiHlsnti were in hotpitatf or have tiMti discharged recently. Harold 0. Nation, 3538 Oscar St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital for treatment after entering Thursday suffering from a painful kidney stone condition. A member of the family said his 'condition is satisfactory but treatment is complicated by a heart condition which has troubled Nation for some time. Mrs. Ruth Perry, 22TO Humbert St., in Alton Memorial Hospital for two weeks, Is improving and may be discharged within a few days. She is suffering from a painful con- dltlon of the shoulder. She spent two weeks in a traction splint, It was removed Friday. Janice, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cannon, 2709 Sanford St., Is in Alfon Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery Friday for removal of tonsils Area Deaths \ Mrs. Laura Wilson JERSEtVfLLE - Mrs. Laura Wilson, 80, of 207 South State St., died Friday at 2;10 p.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Wilson had undergone surgical treatment in the hospital about a month ago and had returned home following the operation, but had re-entered the hospital recently. She was born March 27, 1873, a daughter of the late Truman and Mary Roblnette Mains, Surviving are a daughter, Marie Wilson; three sisters, Mrs, Emma Pruett, Mrs. Nettle House and _. .._ i Mrs. Hettle Doengea, all of Jer* and' adenotdsT fhe "chiid entered! seyville. Thursday and she Is expected to be j The body Is at Jacoby Bros., North Alton at Baptist Sunday school service will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the North Alton Baptist Church. The Rev. Kenneth Wlgger of Wood River will be the guest pastor at the morning worship at 10:4B. The BTU will meet at fl:30 p.m., and will be followed by the evening service at 7:30. The R«v. William Robertson, pastor of the North Alton church, will preach at Worden Baptist Church. wjiere he Is conducting a two-weak revival service. funeral home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Funeral rites will be conducted at 2 p-m. Monday at the funeral home by the Rev. Melvin McClaln. Burial will be In Oak Grove cemetery. discharged today. Her condition Is satisfactory. Frank C. Koehne, 2870 N. Rodgers Ave., underwent a minor operation at St. Joseph's Hospital. He entered Thursday and was discharged Friday. His condition. Is excellent. Miss Evelyn Pipkin, 615 Leonard St., underwent a tonsillectomy at Alton Memorial Hospital Thursday. Charles Fletcher Bailey, 66, of She entered Wednesday and was ! J5 16 Henrietta Ave., East St. Louis, discharged Friday. Her condition f 0rmer iy of Alton, died at 3:30 a. Charles F. Bailey is satisfactory. Mrs. Cecil Canady, 413 Brookslde St., entered St. Joseph's Hospital m. Friday in St. Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis. He was born in Edwardsvllle and had moved from Thursday for treatment. Her con- 1 Alton about 27 years ago. ditlon is satisfactory. It is known when she will he charged. not Ethel HtifMpy Mooting; Reset Meeting of Ethel Hussey class of Uppor Alton Baptist Church, scheduled for Tuesday, has been set for Monday, April 20. The meeting will be at the home of Mrs. William Gabriel, 3315 College Ave., with Mrs. Ray Howard and Mrs. Chester Karns assisting. Robert Bucher on Leave Pfc. Robert Bucher, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bucher, 3605 East Doerr St., is spending a 15-day leave with his parents. He is scheduled to report back to Ft. Sill, Okla., April 28, where he is a court martial clerk. The soldier entered service 15 months ago and was stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. before his move to Ft. Sill last September. He has nine more months to serve. Mr. and Mrs. Bucher have another son, Pvt. Donald Bucher. who is taking basic training at Camp Atterbury, Ind. He was home on a pass recently and the two brothers were together for the first time in many months. W. L. Kirkpatrick Visits William L. Kirkpatrick of Modesto, Calif, is making a brief visit at the home of Mrs. Lulu Temple, 1516 Worden Ave. Kirkpatrick. a printer and evangelist, is taking time off from his work on the Modesto paper for an evangelizing tour in his old home state, Illinois. He took the train to Chicago, whore he picked up a new car, then drove south through Peoria and Springfield. He was an early pastor of tho Edwards Street Assembly of God Church here. Yesterday he visited district headquarters of the Assembly of God Church in Springfield. WMA Takes 4 Science Awards Four Western Military Academy cadets took cash awards at the Creator St. Louis Science Fair, which closed Friday. One award of $50 to Cadet Arthur Cawell. St. Louis, was believed to i be top for any Alton student. He exhibited an electro-static machine. Other winners: Cadet Norman j Staunton, Binghamton, N. Y.. $7 for his model of an oil driller! Cadet He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Nellie Bailey; a son, Gail of Culver City, Calif., three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Misegades of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Nellie Lucas and Mrs. Bertha Berkley of Washington, and three brothers, William of East St. Louis; Roy of White Hall and James of Union City, Ind. The body is at the Nell Walsh Barnes funeral homo, East. St. Louis^ pending funeral arrangements. Mrs. E. Langendorf Word "has been received here by^ relatives of the death Friday in St. Louis of Mrs. Edna Pfeffer Langendorf, former Altonian.She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pfeffer and widow of Henry Langendorf who died In 1951. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Veronica Van Courtren of St. Louis,, at whose home Mrs. Langendorf died; thl-ee grandchildren, and a brother, Leo Pfeffer of Alton. The body is at Sullivan funeral home in St. Louis where friends may call after 7 p. m. today and until removal to Staten funeral home Monday afternoon. The .rosary will be 1 recited Monday at 7:30 p. m. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a. m. in St. Patrick's Church, Alton, followed by interment in the family lot in St. Patrick's cemetery. George Sweeney George Gordon Sweeney of 1911 Alby St., who had been in failing health for four years, died early today at Villa Terrace nursing home where he had been taken two days ago. Sweeney, a son of the late John Sweeney, and Mrs. Martha Darr Sweeney, had gone to Jerseyville a year and a half ago to be with his elderly mother after the death of his father. Later when he became seriously ill he returned to his home here. He was married Aug. .14, 1921, to Miss Hazel Guenterman, who survives. He also is survived by Presbyterian Sunday school service will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Marshall W. Rice will preach at the morning worship at 10:45. Thejnorolng sermon will be "Rebuilding Babel." The Junior HI and Senior Westminster Fellowships will meet at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the church. The Nursery Mothe-s Club of the church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tues day at the home of Mrs. Jack Rain on W.- Elm St. Bible Fellowship Services Sunday school service will begin at 10 a.m. \ at Berean Bible Fellowship at 2518 State St. The Rev. Alfred Van Dyke will preach at the evening evangelistic service, at 7:30 p.m. Bible FresbyterUtn Church Services Bible School will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Bible Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Albert F. Moginot Jr., will preach at the morning worship at 10:40. The sermon will be "Workers Together With Christ." The evening gospel service will be gin at 7:30. The sermon will be "The Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ." Honor Students At Roxana High onstrating paths of electric current. W. F. Preidecker Beauty Sajon Phen* 2,7131 Open Monday* 0:30 to 6;(to imm my cw 1 r.o . A n«w brushablt «jt ef high fashion tV> a t will »our hair looking ne«t. with one of our d w»ve» Cold 4 •»M»m Til ' 1 ft ir 1 » T -•-.. A i „ • nUlVlVC.T. J-IC a.l£»U in .->«-•> T > » v-« "^ Phil Murphy Vandaha, 154 for his ! a Q and two daugnte rs, model of a telephone switch board: Mrs . Mary Parkes and Mrs. Hazel and Cadet Garry Roberts. Hutch- Coontz> Alton; nis mothei ., Mrs . •son, Kan., $4 for his model dem- Martna Sweeney, Jerseyville, and six grandchildren. „„ , ^ „, The body is at Slaton funeral i Iho academy ontorod 14 exhibits nomp wne ,. e frionds may coH af , 0 r and tho percentage of winners was 7 today . Funoral rites will be j considered extremely high, a CO nductod at 2 p.m. Monday at the spokesman said. j funera i home after which tho body We are gratified by the re-' wm be taken to Jerseyyille for suits , tho spokesman added, interment in Oak Grove cemetery. "when you consider that our 14 _: . i boys wore competing against 1,800 other student exhibits. Loses IMnttress Mnynard Smith, who was transporting a mattress atop his car to William Frederick Preirlecker, his mother's homo at 856 Washing- 79 wno nad resided for half a con- tor. Ave., reported to police Friday: , ' on Kclwards St., Uppor Alton, night that he lost it. | whcrp fo| . many yoarR ne ha( i been Smith said the mattross was! jn , he 1rlK . k gardening business, brand new and valued at: about $30. j died Fri day a t 9 p. m. at tho home ' He has no idea_ where he was when of daugh tor, Mrs. Albert Klumb, .t got loose and foil o';. he said. 2 MO Edwards St. He had boon in failinl health since last August, but bedfast for Present Concert Here ° nl ^ r& Siocker, who was bom Students and faculty of Central pec. 14, 1X7:5, in Germany, came School are sponsoring an appear- | O the United States at the ago of ance of the Lincoln University six, and settled with his parents (Jefferson City, Mo.) choir Friday ' j n St. I.ouis. He moved to Alton evening, April 24. al the school 50 years ago. He was widely auditorium, it was announced to- acquainted in Uppor Alton. Since day by Principal \V. R. Lewis. Tho the death of bis wife 10 years ago, 'concert is scheduled to start at 8 ho had resided with his daughter, o'clock. The chorus, composed of 37. Is stopping in Alton on a lour that jtakes it this year through Illinois U. Choir Wil Mrs. Klumb. He was a member of 1-A angelical & Reformed Church. Surviving in addition to his and Michigan. The appearance daughter, Mrs. Klumb, are two here will be the third for tho Lin- daughters. Mrs. Russell (lingering, coin University group. It appeared and Mrs. T. N. Koblhopp. and a at Alton High School, and at I^ove- son. Henry all of Alton and four joy School, on thf two previous brothers. Henry of Laduo Mo.: occasions. .John of St Ixmis, Mo : George of IS YOUR FAITH LIBERAL? "I fall Uiiit mind free winch jcaloutly guard* it* Intclectudl rights, calls no man inasitr, content* itself with no hereditary faith . which uU no bound* to lU love " - William Cilery fhannLnj. ROXANA — The honor roll for the fifth six weeks at the Roxana High School has been announced. Those on the high honor roll were: seniors, Sue Albright, Katherlne Andrews, Phyllis Hamilton, Dick Harbke and Betty King; juniors Christina Betts: Willene Collman Nora Langreder and Janice Skundrich; sophomores, Patricia Ellis, Ella Jean Farthing, Vada Gardner and Shirley Stewart and freshman, Marion Carter, Patricia Denny, Terry Durham, Martha Figy, Linda HarbkeT Joseph Dale Hill and Carol Larson. Those making "A" in all sub jects were: K. Andrews, P. Hamilton, D. Harbke, C. Betts, W. Coll man, N. Langreder, E. Farthing V. Gardner and P. Denny. Honor roll, seniors were: Lela Barton, Joan Cobine, Shirley Dike Stanley Donnaboe, LaVeda Hay Mary Ann Hill, Don Humphrey Ruth Jarman,, Joyce Major, Alice McKenzie, Ruth Gail Reichert Gary Robinson, Charles Rushing Sharron Stagner, Leonard Straub Jill Titsworth, Ton! Trosley, Mar> White, Joy Witt and Stanley Woods Juniors, Mary Inez Baker, Jane Bright, Kay Bruce, Jo Buck, Mar> Chandler, Carol Darner, Sharon Haller, Carol Knupp, Pat Lefler Eddie Marshall, Laura McBride Jim Nessl, Rita Rawlins, Denni? Reed, Bill Roberson, Shirley Slay den, Jim White, Carol Williams Bill William and Terry Wrest. Sophomores, Melvin Arnold Janet Bartels, Jim Elaine, Billy Bond, T^rry Cashcn. Zola Clark Frank Dickerson, Rosalie Doboy James Evans, Bill Farley, Jane Frey, Billy Gilbert, Lois Groen Donald Gusewelle, Donald Habbe Rita Hanfeider, Carlono Howe Raye Ellon Jackson, Bobbie Jonos Mary Ellen Jordan, Virgil La Tempt, Josephine Lowe, Sonja Me Cord, Janot McFarland, Jack O'Noil, LaWanda Sandors, Joann Schnoll, Bob Straub, Russell Thompson and Mack Woiss. Freshman, CeColia Bolangoo, Pat Bieneman, Ronald Clayton, Arthur Cox, Valeria Cytron, David Dardin, Doloros Davis, Robert Diveley, Carrol Hinklo, Marvin Howell, Janna Hoyt, Dorothy Hueb- nor, Robert Hunt. Connie Kindle, Patricia King, Thomas Lamm. Grade Lasterio, Shirley Linkeman Arthur Lippoldt, Patricia Patterson, William McKenzio, David Roborson, John Robertson, Bonnio Sandors, Joe Schneidermoyer, Peggy Swinnoy, Janice Titsworlh. Virginia Virgin, Joe Wall*. David Weiss, (felon Wiley and Donna Zumwall. George R. Fulkerson Rites at \VOIM| River Funeral sorvicos for Georgp R. Fulkorson, ti. 1 ',. of fil K. Ponnint,' Ave., Wood River, an omployo of Standard Oil Co.. tor _9 years', will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in Assembly of Cod Thumb. Wood River, by tho Rev. M. M. Brewer. Burial will he in Valhalla Memorial Park. Tho body will be at Streeper funeral borne, Wood River, after 2 p.m. Sunday and until 11::!0 a.m. Monday uhen it \\ill bo taken to the church. Rowena, Tex., and l/>rori_ Efe of St. l^ouis. and seven grandchildren Tho body is al Slroeper funeral home who 10 friends may tall after ti p. m. today. Private funeral rites will bo conducted al 1U:MO a. m Monday al the funeral borne by Iho Rev. LaRue .JITIM-II, pastor ol t'pper Altqn Baptist Church. Burial will ho in Upper Alion < emetery. FOUR SHELL EMPLOYES RETIRE — Refinery Manager H. D. Dale (left) exf_.._, to men retiring under the company's pension plan: C. C. Neunaber, who worked 23 yeanfj Fjb Uf Otwell, 29 years; L. W. Love, 19 years; Clay Tate, 25 years. Roxana Boy Scouts Discuss Camping ROXANA —Boy Scouts of Rotary Troop 25 met Thursday evening at the Community building gymnasium. The board of review which had been ^scheduled was postponed until April 23. Summer camping was discussed and Jim Bull turned in his camping registration bringing the total planning to attend camp to date to seven. Allocation of the troop funds for summer camping should be completed by April 30. After the business meeting the boys en- Joyed use of the gym. Baptist News ROXANA— The Rev. L. E. Mus- taln, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will speak about "Christ ian Deportment" at the $:45 a.m. worship service Sunday and at the 7:30 p.m. service "Cause and Cure for Backsliding". The spring revival will begin at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday. WMU Have Program ROXANA — The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met for an all-day meeting Thursday at the church and the morning was spent quilting. After the luncheon at noon the program was on prayer in preparation for the coming revival. Those attending were: Mrs. Albert Bean, Mrs. Jennie Smith, Mrs. Cecil Dorris, Mrs. Bon Schwarm, Mrs. L. E. Mustain, Mrs. Lynn Major, Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Betty Stevens, Mrs. ,Roy Stevens, Mrs. Roy Armes, Mrs. Waiter Mapes and Mrs. Vern Nicholas. Presbyterian News ROXANA - The Rev. E. E. Do- Long, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will use as his sermon topic "Tomorrows That Never Come", at the 9:30 a.m. worship service Sunday in the Community building. Charles Rummerfield will sing a solo. To Vote on Park Issue at Roxana MR. AND MRS. JAMES PAUL DELANEY were married April 11 in St. Boniface Church, Edwardsville. Mrs. Delaney * tH« former Miss Jean Ellen Sreehlinger.—Photo by Raymond White; Church Services At Hartford ROXANA — Residents will vote Tuesday on a proposal to have the village board relinquish ownership of a village park site to the new Roxana recreation commission. The public vote on the issue was decided upon when the village board refused to turn the village park site over to the new Roxana Park Commission, which was organized last year. The board held that the park commission could utilize the property, improve it as a park, but that the village would retain title. The park commission refused to do this, asserting that it must hold title to property on which it makes pei-manent improvements. The election Tuesday will be to determine the public temper on the issue and the village board will abide by the results. However, if the existing park site should be turned over to the park commission, the commission will proceed to acquire property for a park. Mins Mary Butlde Rites I To Be Conducted Monday | Funeral rites for Miss Mary j Budde, 81, last of the family of the i late Mr. and Mrs. William Budde, will he conducted Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery. The body is at Staten funeral homo where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. The rosary will he recited at 8 p.m. Sunday. j Car Itiulio Stolen ! . Heritor! Gill of 556 Highland Ave. informed the police Friday of I the thoft of a radio from his automobile, Thursday evening, while it stood in the driveway at his i home. HARTFORD — Sunday school at the First Methodist Church will convene at 10 a.m. Sunday, worship services will be at 11 a.m. MYF meeting at 6:45 p.m. and evening service at 7:30 p.m. The regular prayer meeting service will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Services at the First Baptist Church will start at 9:45 a.m. with Sunday school followed by the worship hour at 10:45 a.m. with Rev. Joseph Humerickhouse speaking on "Higher Learning". The BYF meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Evening services will commence at 7:30 p.m. with Rev, Humerickhouse speaking on "Be Still My Soul". The mid-week prayer meeting will be held Wediesday at 7:30 p.m. The Assembly of God Sunday school will convene at 10 a.m. Rev. Willis Meyers will be the speaker for the worship service at 11 a.m. The evening service will start at 7:30 p.m. Orn Whpeler will he In rhargo of the mutual edification ministry at 10 a.m. at the Church of Christ Sunday. Otto Schlieper will be the speaker for worship services. Ber- deil McCann will be the speaker during the 7:30 p.m. evening service. Bible Study will be held Wodnesdny at 7:30 p.m. The General Baptist Sunday school will commence at 9:45 a.m. followed by the worship service with Rev. J. D. Dunn of St. Louis as the speaker at 10:45 a.m. The evening service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer meeting be Thursday at 7 p.m. Musical Program Young Peoples Union has arranged a musical program for Sunday evening, 7 o'clock, at the True Church House of Prayer \o All Nations, 5 E. Seventeenth St. Nine ye^ar old Maydene CollitiE, will sing. 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