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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAOS BIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH •ATURDAY, APRIL 2Vi«f FaceBtity Schedule Wood River Choral Groups To Appear in 8 Functions WOOD RIVER—Various choral groups of Oie East Alton-Wood River Community High School will participate in eight functions in ihe closing weeks of the school year, Miss Vera Jones, director of vocal music, said today. In a school assembly next Thurs day, the fresman chorus makes It? first appearance before the studen body. The freshman mixed ensem ble also will appear In the assem bly, presenting a dramatized story wlfh music. On the program, too will be the senior girls octet; the advanced mixed ensemble, which will sing a miniature opera, and the schoo! band, with Nancy Treat as a flute soloist and a horn ensemble will also be featured. The high school will be represented at the Southwestern Illinois Choral Music Festival at Dupo, May 8, by the entire vocal music department, Miss Jones said. May 13, the girls octet will appear at the senior assembly. The same date, the mixed ensemble will present a sacred program at the First Presbyterian Church here Jimmie Miller and Boyd Sever will be soloists at a style show at the school May 14, at which the Junior and Senior boys quartets are singing. The senior boys quartet will present a program at a meeting of the Wood River Woman's Club, May 19, with Cordelia pouglas scheduled as vocal soloist, and the junior boys quartet with Eddie VI- tatoe as guitar soloist, will present a similar program for the East Alton Woman's Club at. their spring banquet, May 26. Nancy Keller is Baccalaureate services May 31 complete the "bookings" Miss Jones said, with the school choir a featured part of the program. To Install Officers WOOD RIVER — Officers of Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary 2859 will meet at Memorial Club at 5 p. m. Sunday to go to Alton where they will install officers for the Auxiliary of post 1308. There will be a 6 o'clock buffet supper preceding the' ceremony at the new VFW Hall on Delmar Ave. To Honor Members WOOD RIVER — Five year members and initiates will be honored during the social hour following the regular semi-monthly meeting of Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 2859 at Memorial Club at 7:30 p. m. Monday. PEO To Collinsville WOOD RIVER — FC Chapter of PEO will meet at the home of Mrs. H. E. Paton,' 811 Halloran Ave., at 10 a. m. Monday for a business meeting after which they will go to Collinsville to attend an organizational meeting of a new Chapter there. To Entertain Club WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Joe Harris will entertain members of the Past Noble Grands' Club of Thompson Rebekah Lodge at her home, 511 N. Sixth St., at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Pythian Sisters to Have Party WOOD RIVER — The regular Tuesday evening meeting of Esther Temple of Pythian Sisters will be a card party for members and friends. Mrs. Edith Lyons is party chairman. Members are to bring prizes and cookies. There will be a short business meeting at 7:30 followed by the party at 8 p. m. Benefit Dinner WOOD RIVER — Tickets are being sold for a turkey dinner with all the trimmings to be served from 5 until 8:30 p. m. Wednesday at Skaggs with alt proceeds to go to the Cancer Society fund. Everything for the dinner Is being donated by Tom Skaggs. Persons desiring to eat and also donate to the Cancer fund are invited to attend. Mrs. Weigand Heads South Roxana WSCS SOUTH ROXANA-Thc Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met Thursday at the church and elected new officers for Ihe coming year. Mrs. Bornice Weigand was reelected president; Mrs. Rita Longshore, vice president; Mrs. Edith O'Neil, secretary of promotion; Mrs. Edna Reeves, recording secretary; Mrs. Clara Hessl, treasurer; Mrs, Edna Huebner, secretary of church social relations and church activities; Mrs. Lottie Haynes, secretary of missionary education; Mrs. Edna Chapman, secretary of spiritual life; Mrs. Delpha Ellis, secretary of student work; Mrs. Betty Prueit, secretary Two Btmncs* Report River WOOD RIVER — The number of burglaries In recent weeks were Increased he -e by two In a 24-hour period between Thursday night and early this morning as both the Public Loan Corporation offices at 21a E. Ferguson and the Sfolze Lumber Co., 130 N. Haller were broken Into. A towel was wrapped around the combination of the loan company's safe and the combination was knocked off. The safe, however, was unopened, and nothing else was believed taken from the office. Police said the burglar entered the premises by first apparently building a make-shift ladder of bits of wood, then climbing onto the rear of Meyers Hardware Store and entering Lillian's Beauty Shop through a southeast window. After entering Iho brnuty shop, they then forced open the door of the loan office. Oliver Schoenhofcn, manager of Stolze Lumber Co., said a first check had revealed nothing missing in the company's offices. According to Schoenhofcn the thief apparently traversed over the roof Into the warehouse and then into the offices by a side door. Nothing appeared out of place, the manager said. The burglary occurred sometime between 9 p. m. Friday and 7:30 a. m. Saturday. One of tne office wot'kers coming to work at 7:30 a. m., John Yates of Rosewood Heights, noticed the break-in and the incident was reported to police at 7:39 a. m. Wood River KCs Hear Younglove WOOD RIVER -- Thomas Younglove, St. Louis, who was a member of the Communist party n this country as an undercover agent for the FBI, spoke to members of the local Knights of Cc- umbus, their wives and families Thursday night. Youglove told of many Interest- ng experiences while an FBI agent with the Commies. Approx- mately 1,500 professors and teachers in colleges and schools of the U.S. are Communistic, ho said. A professor of a college in New York ,vas a principal instructor in the Red indoctrination course, he stat- d. Younglove made his regular on tact with the FBI agents in an ntcresting manner. Because the bathroom of his home was the only room of the louse where no other Communist was allowed, Younglove had a tele- Dhone with a direct line to the 'BI installed in the bathroom. Vhen he went home at night, he .vould turn off the lights, leave the hades up, and crawl on the floor food River CLU Group in Meet Reports on Legtalntlve Matters Heard WOOO RIVER---A rppnrf from fl committee 1 which met Saturday with Representative Ed Ornshofrig concerning leRlslntive matter's wai made at fho Thursdny niRht meeting of the Central Labor Union at the hall on W. Ferguson Ave. The discussion included the proposed hill which would change the system of appointing Wood River Township Hospital hoard member to electing the hoard and changing fho hoard from five to three mem- he rs. Central Lahor Union membcra earlier had opposed the proposed legislation and expressed their views on the mailer to Groshong. The union feels "it should be left on an appointive basis which takes It out of the hands of politics," a spokesman said. Groshong thought the board should be elected by all the people and mentioned that it would be difficult for a judge if elected from Coliinsville to-appoint Wood River Township people to the board. Two new members of the union's legislative committee working on the maMer are Harold Rice, prcs- SCIENCE MAJORS of East Alton-Wood River. Community High School boarded the train at the College Avenue station Friday to go to Chicago for their annual science tour. Chaperones accompanying them are Mr. and Mro Howard Getting and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. R. Hopper, Getting and Hopper are instructors a\ the school.—Schreier photo. * HospitalWomenToldTheyMust Be Unselfish, Willing to Give WOOD RIVER — Hospital auxiliary members must be unselfish and willing to give of themselves, ent hospital board member, and Miss Theresa Sobolewski told mom Harry Kirby, former hospital board member. The union appointed Chairman Percy Lock to reprsent the local organization today at a safety meeling of the Illinois Stale Federation of Labor being held in Springfield. Church Women to Stage Luncheon WOOD RIVER - Mrs, Emmett Wathern, president of Ihe Wood River Council of Church Women, has announced that a committee composed of Mrs. Sophie Webb and Mrs. Elmer Young have sent invitations to all churches in the area for the annual May fellowship day luncheon to be held at noon Friday in the First Presybterian Church, Fourth St. and Lorena Ave. Other committees are at work to make this a big day for the women of the community. Mrs. Fred Berry, Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Richard Coffeen are In charge of publicity. Mrs. Arthur Gerl and Mrs. Hugh Lewis are making posters. Mrs. Karl Flup will be the speaker, using as her topic "Citizenship —Our Christian Concern". Special music is also planned. Rescr%'ations for the luncheon must be phoned to Mrs. Marvin Harpole, 4-5321, by Wednesday. South Roxana South Roxana Notes SOUTH ROXANA—L. A. T^ente of St. Louis has returned home after visiting the past two weeks with his son and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Twente, of Stephenson Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John Willeford of Illinois Ave. have received word bers of Wood River Township Hospital Auxiliary when she spoke at their regular Thursday evening meeting. Miss Sobolewski has been nursing in Chicago hospitals a number of years and told of her experiences with auxiliaries there. She feels they are an essential organization and can assist the hospital financially as well as giving of their services. , A number of auxiliary projects suggested by the speaker included a notions supply cart, gift shop in the lobby, a television set for the pediatrics ward, bazaars and benefit teas and, perhaps, nurses scholarships. Another important object of auxiliaries in tax supported hospitals is to know the hospital and be able to tell others of the community of its services and advantages. During the business session preceding the program final plans were made for aiding the administrator with open house at the hospital May 10. The finance chairmn, Mrs. Ray Gunderman, announced the public card party being given by the auxiliary at the Roundhouse May 14 climaxing open house activities in observance of Nati6nal Hospital Week. Members of Mrs. Gunderman's committee are Mrs. Alvin Blair, Mrs. A. C. Hunt, Mrs. William Cox, Mrs. William Stevens Mrs. Clarnece Standefer, Mrs. Oscar Monkcn, Mrs. Richard Knoblauch, Mrs. G. Y. Henry, and Mrs. Al Schmidt. Mrs. Gunderman reported a profit of 543 on the recent food 'sale sponsored by the group. A. Edson Smith, vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, attended the meeting for the purpose of awarding the prizes for the fund raising project redently completed. Winnerw were Mrs. Phoebe Goldberg, D. F. Plager of Church Services At Hartford HARTFORD — Sunday school at the First Methodist Chujch will o the bathroom and make his Ihnl their son, Cpl. John W. Willc- Alton and Mrs - Harold Hord of Al- telophone report. ford, loft Baumholder. Germany. ton> Mrs> Ri( ' nard Heskett reported He was a witness in HIP Now Monday and will board ship for York trial of 11 lop Communists, where it was revealed for Ihe first time he was really an FBI agent. Younglove told his superiors ho was going to New York to visit his mother. "If they had known I was going to that trial, I would have been killed," he said. During the regular business meeting, council members voted" money for softball uniforms for Ihe club's team this season. All interested members were asked to register. It was announced the <»rgani/a- tion will attend mass and communion in a body at the Lady Queen of Peace Church at Bethalto Sunday, May 10, A communion breakfast will follow services. Now York today. Cpl. Willeford has boon in Germany Ihe past 18 monlhs and will receive''his discharge on June 8. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rothe and Miss Enola Hill of Casper, Wyo., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Rothe's and Miss Hill's brother and Ihe total proceeds of the projec to be $91. start at 10 a. m. Sunday. Worship services convene at 11 a. m. with Rev. Floyd Chastian speaking on "America's Supreme Need". The MYF meeling will be at 6:45 p.m. The evening service will begin at 7:30 p. m. and 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 with Rev. Joseph Humerickhouse speaking on "Gods Will" at 10:45 a. m. The BYF meeting will commence at 6:30 p. m. Evening service will be at 7:30 p. m. with Rev. Humerickhouse speaking on "Why I Became A Christain". The mid-week prayer meeting will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The Assembly of God Church Sunday school will start at 10 a.m. Worship services will commence at 11 a. m. with Rev. Willis Meyers as the speaker. The evening service will begin at 7:30 p. m. Clarence Grover will be in charge of the mutual edification ministry at 10 a. m. at the Church of Christ Sunday. Elbert Elliott will be the speaker for the worship service. Otto Schliepcr will be in charge of the 7:30 p. m. evening service. Bible Study will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The General Baptist Church Sunday school will convene at 9:45 a. m. Rev. J. D. Dunn of St. Louis will be the speaker for the worship hour at 10:45 a. m. The evening service will be at 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting will be Thursday at 7 p. m. Cubs to Meet HARTFORD — Members of Cub pack ,29 will hold their regular Legion Auxiliary Meets at Grafton Unit of Whalen Hill Post No. 648 voted to donate $5 to the cancer fund during its April business session in the American Legion Hall Thursday evening. The Auxiliary also decided to have its annual supper at Pere Marquette Lodge on the evening of May 27. Members who plan to attend should make reservations with the president, Mrs. Bess Besaw, not later than a week prior to the supper. The Auxiliary will sponsor a benefit party to be given the evening of May 15 at 8 o'clock in the American Legion Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Eileen Allen invited the unit to make tray favors for Veterans hospitalized in Jacksonville at her home beginning at 10 a. m. May 6. Following the business session, games were played and refresh-' ments were served by the April East Alton Club Women Plan Meet Francis Manning Will Be Gttest Speaker EAST ALTON—Francis Manning, Wood River attorney, will be guest speaker at the "Security and Economics" meeting of East Alton Woman's Club at the Community Building at 7:4S p. m. Tuesday. Mis topic for discussion will be "Wills." Mrs. Joseph Glassey has arranged the program which will include piano duets by Miss Shaaron Smith and Miss Shlrlene Atkins, students at East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Miss Smith will attend the Egyptian Music Camp this summer under sponsorship of the Woman's Club. The banquet chairman, Mrs. D. A. Alderson, has announced that banquet tickets will be available at the Tuesday evening meeting. The banquet is scheduled for May 26. Hostess chairman for the meeting is Mrs. John Hanks. Assisting her will be Mrs. Clifford Cooper, Mrs. William Linkogle, Mrs. Melba Busch, Mrs. Dee Jones, Mrs. Marjorie Jones, Mrs. Ethel Simmons, ?* . A " xilia JZ Mrs. Kenneth Sweet, Mrs. Joseph Barker, Mrs. Mabel Youngblood and Mrs. Leland Scoggins. Return From Funeral EAST ALTON—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Booton, 306 E. St. Louis Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Garner Burroughs, Hammond, Ind., and their families returned Friday Readers Forum iHHIl P8R8 4) pletloti ef this highway would truly be a scenic memento to our Alton, but don't we need a truly great bypass first? If MeAdama Highway could continue on to hookup with one of ( the highways en« terlng Alton from the North, then down a newly widened Front St., then down the levee to Hartford, then we can move some traffic. We plan on widening Brown St, from Milton Rd. East to Jersey al you recommended your editorial, Again, the same old question arises. Are we doing this expensive project for the purpose of moving more traffic? 1 live on Brown St.,, and 1 have watched and studied the flow of traffic, and you can make Brown St. a thousand feed wide, but again your funnel Is too small at the end. This isn't all. Nine month! of the year you have stop signl on Brown at Seminary and Claw« son and permanent ones at Main and Washington. How does any* one expect to handle more traffle when this traffic is halted many times by stop signs. I Believe Brown should be resurfaced, and parking permitted on only one sida with the money saved used to fix up other streets that are an eyesore to Alton. We need a bypass that is a by* pass. When the bypass becomes a reality, then aren't we in a better position to observe what streets carry most traffic? We need « bypass that completely encircles Alton. It's been advocated that the from the funeral of Joseph Booten bypass should dump into the is- in PJqaulity, 111. A resident of St. Louis, Booten was buried in Leamington Cemetery at Equality, his original home. He was the father of Booten and Mrs. Burroughs. The Burroughs' will leave Sunday for their home in Hammond. To Attend Wedding EAST ALTON-Mr. and Mrs. Lorell Hicks and children, Nancy, Ronnie, and Mark; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Quillen, Mrs. J. R. Eden and daughter, Tamara, and Mrs. Mac Weiss and daughter, Jeannie, all of this community, and Mr. committee composed of Mrs. Bess I an d Mrs. Charles Wenzel of Al- Besaw, Mrs. Flo Carey, Mrs. Virginia Britt and Mrs. Elsie Church. Wordeii CORRESPONDENCE By NORA BIRMINGHAM WORDEN—Daylight saving time will be observed in Worden beginning at 2 a. m. Sunday and will end Sunday, Sept. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laws attended the funeral of Lee Stogsdill at Wiese funeral home in Carlinville Thursday afternoon. Sunday school at. the Lutheran Church will begin at 9 a. m. Sunday afternoon Rev. W. L. Stellwagen, pastor, who is co-chairman of the stewardship of this circuit, and Edward Schonleber, co-chairman of layman, will attend a stewardship meeting at Belleville Sunday afternoon. The Men's club of Trinity Lutheran Church will entertain their families at a social gathering and ton, will leave today to attend the wedding of Miss Carol Quillen in Decatur, Sunday at 4:30 p. m. Mrs. Eden and Mrs. Hicks will serve at the reception following the wedding ceremony, at the Orlando Hotel. program Sunday evening. The Sunday school teachers will attend a meeting at Highland Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Albrecht and son, John, and, daughter, Mrs. Charles Braasch, attended the funeral of Mrs. Albrecht's mother, Mrs. Mary' Ann Kvviotowski, at Nashville Monday morning. Mrs. Lydia Birmingham visited with her sister, Mrsi Ed Neunaber, of Bethalto at St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield, Wednesday. Mrs. Herman Behme, Mrs. Elmer Behme and Miss Delia Gwyn spent Tuesday afternoon in Litchfield. Telegraph Want Ads Click. monthly meeting at the \Voodrow\Jf ..... „ , , _ , fM. (/ Costa Rica's indicated 1952 cof fee production was up 75 per cen over 1951. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill of Poag Ave. World's largest smokestack rises from a copper smelling plant at Anaconda, near Butlc, Montana. The stack is 585 feet high. Salaries Set for East Alton Village Officials, Employes and Mrs. Gertrude Oldhain, secretary of literature and publicity. EAST ALTON- At a special called meeting of the village board Friday evening salary ordinance No. 554 was passed determining the salaries of village officials and employes for the fiscal year beginning May 1. Salaries for Ihe next four years as announced by Mayor Otto F. Brazier today will be J1800 for the treasurer will receive J1600 pet year with an additional two percen of the motor fuel tax money. The mayor is allowed an expense ac count in the amount of $320 per year. Pearl Gi-een and Dan Kilmer were in attendance at the meeting requesting a recount of the ballot: village president $1600 for the vil- f aS ' in ! h ? . April 21 election of lage clerk; $600 for Ihe village attorney; $3400 for water commissioner; $2300, water clerk; $3600 Mrs. Tribout lead the lesson! l ' nief of police; $3400, night cap- study and a playlet "Have Thy Own Way," was given by Mrs. Tribout, Mrs. Weigand, Mrs. Pruett, Mrs. Huebner and Mrs. Reeves. Refreshments .were served by Mrs. Hessl, Mrs. Edith O'Neil. Youths to Sell Doughnut* SOUTH ROXANA -The Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church will sell doughnuts Saturday, May 3. They will be assisted in making of youth work; Mrs. Louise Nor-; the doughnuts by the WSCS. The ville, secretary of child work; Mrs. j group will take orders all next Well Tribout, secretary of supplies ' week. tain of police; $3350, policemen; $3000 desk sergeans; $200. night watchman; $3500, street commissioner; $3000, assistant street commissioner; $1950, janitor; $3350, firemen; $300, fire chief; and $50 health officer, both on part time basis. Members of the board of trustees will receive five dollars for each meeting attended and the village trustees but their request was not granted. A letter from the League of Women Voters asking for permanent registration of voters was referred to the village attorney, F. Edward Todd. Clinton Phalen, trustee elect, and Armond Hutchens, clerk elect, attended the meeting as spectators. Members of the board attending other than the mayor were: Bob Link, William Linkogle, Orvil Oglesby, Joe Apple, and Larrel Hicks. Who Latmderf SbteU and ShirU Beit? 909 E. Ireadwiy Dial 3-8877 . . i._~_^_w^^ v «- ^mBBOBHHMM Digestive Troubles Get at tb» caiu* o| you? dig»*tiv« troublet and g«t r«U»f, Dr. E. C. DAVIS UCINSID CHIIOHACTOI S profiling in led laeif and in Etotreaw examination oad WOOD 111 ffell ffc, 4-»39l ftoUy | P-M—T PM HOB., Kit, » 4Jf-ll ffJI~l*1 VM Wilson School Tuesday evening at 7:30. The theme of the meeting will be "Hawaii." The public is invited. Brownies Meet HARTFORD — Brownie troop 124 met with their leader, Mrs. Ann Dworzynski, at the school Wednesday evening. The Brownies meeting next Wednesday has been postponed. Brownie troop 125 met Thursday evening at the Woodrow Wilson School with their leader and co-leader, Mrs. Ruth Evans and Mrs. Irene Gilliland. Fosterburg . CORRESPONDENCE By MBS. RUBY HARRIS FOSTERBURG, — Mrs. Virgil Hess, teacher at Fosterburg School entered St. Francis Hospital at Litchfield Wednesday morning after she was suddely taken ill. She' is remaining for observation and treatment. Mrs. Lee Dodd entered St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis Friday afternoon where she underwent surgery this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Copeland and son, Randy, of Roxana were supper gilests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris and son, Melvin, Special Election Set June 6 To Elect Unit Board Member Telegraph Want Ads Click. ROXANA — Eugene W. Robinson, president of the Board of Education of Roxana Community Unit 1 during the school year 1952-53, has moved out of the school district thus creating a vacancy on the Board of Education. An election is being called to fill this unexpired term of two years. Those interested may secure necessary papers, statement of candidacy and petition, from Omar D. Phelps, secretary of the board of education, or from the board office in the high school building. The election will be Saturday, June 6. Petitions must be on file with the secretary 21 days before the election date. Church News ROXANA — The Rev. E. E. DeLong, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, will use as his sermon topic Sunday "Four Types of People Described by the Parable of the Good Samaritan." The service will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Corrv munity building. The choir will sing "Come, Let Us Worship." The Rev, George Peek of Saginaw. Mich., currently conducting an evangelistic service at the Bap- .National Rank * TBUiT CUBIF41W in 4!l«» Cw'rlJ **d Surptut fhM * fete Urn* § MHMH NUNUUfc MKMUf list Chui-ch, will deliver the message at the 9:45 a.m. service Sunday and also the 7:30 p.m. service. The revival will continue nightly at 7:30 through May 3. Roxana Notes ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Witherow and son, Donnie, of Doerr Ave. are spending the weekend in Clarksburg, Tenn., with their son-in-law and daughter, Cpl. and Mrs. Wilburn Moody and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Statts and daughters of Burbank, Calif., have moved to an apartment at the Witherow home on Doerr Ave. recently vacated by Dr. and Mrs. Gene Stotlar. Dr. Stotlar was called to service and Mrs. Stotlar, the former Miss Nada Kauzlarich, a junior high teacher here, resigned her teaching position to accompany her husband. Statts is a chemical engineer employed by the Fluor Construction Company. land at East Alton. Not unless Iff an overhead, because you can't move traffic when you cross it and stop it. We need to give some serious thought to oneway streets as adopted in many cities for the purpose of moving lots of vehicles. We could give serious thoughts to providing another opening onto Milton Rd. south of Brown St. I do not consider myself a traffic expert-far from it, but I believe I understand enough to know that traffic canot move rapidly in business areas, with major streets J crossing and by having traffic halted by many stop signs. The bottom of the funnel has to be larger. > Very truly yours, HAROLD BOYD EDITOR'S NOTE: We agree heartily with Mr. Boyd on most of his proposals, but must point out that we hope he realizes that all his suggested program can't be accomplished at once. The projects now being promoted fit well into it. The state division of highways appears bent on a piecemeal plan, and local folks must work their proposals in with this philosophy. Incidentally, the state recommended the northeast bypass after a detailed on the spot study of source and distination for the traffic it expected the bypass to accommodate. It found most of it local in source and distination. Medora MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Cleaver Strunk, Bunker Hill, were guests Wednesday evening at the H. L. Glower home. Mrs. Myrtle Sanders is reported ill at her home near Kemper. Mrs. Gordon Wise and daughter, Cynthia, St. Louis, came Wednesday night to visit at the HembroV and Wise homes the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown visited his sister, Mrs. Leo Fenton, a patient at the Carlinville Area hospital, Thursday evening. William McCrellis, who has been in a Nursing Home at Carlinville for several months, has returned to Medora and is at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. M. Peebles. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Compton, Mrs. Charles Strunk and Mrs. H. F. Shields attended a Vacation Bible School clinic at Emanuel Church, Carlinville, Wednesday. Business Men! 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