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MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1931 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Fosterburg FT A Officers Named Walter Gvillo Elected President ol Unit fQSTERBURQ — Walter Gvillo wai elected president of the Foster Paren^'Piftcher Association at the April meeting ot the group held Friday night at the school, Others elected were: Harold Paul, vice president; Mrs. Paul Titehenal, secretary, and Mrs. Paul Scheurer, treasurer. Retiring officers are Herbert Kunz, Mrs, Donald Moore, Mrs. Clctus Beck and Mrs. A. W. Manns. The new officers were installed by Mrs. Moore. Committees were appointed to arrange f o r . a n d serve at the spring social which is to be held in conjunction with open house on the school grounds Frt» day, May 22. The group voted to send flowers to Mrs. Virgil Hess, first and second grade teacher, who Is ill in St. .Francis Hospital, Litchfield; Mrs. Harold Paul, Mrs. Walter Gvtllo, and Marvin Wagner entertained the children who were present with a film and toy show which had been arranged by Mrs. Hess before she became ill. It was decldedto have a basket dinner at noon in the quonset hit the last day of school, June 2, for the children, parents, friends of the school. Mrs. Lee Durham of Alton, American-born Japanese woman, who received most of her education in Japan, was speaker of the evening. This was the final meeting of the PTA for this school year. FoBterburg News Noteft Eleah Couple Complete! Course in Cub Scouting ELSAH - Mr, and Mrs. Ora Prather received recognition for completion of a course in Cub Scout training at a meeting and annual fishery of the Western District Scouters at Camp Warren LeVls Thursday evening. Mrs. Prather was unable to attend the meet. present also were Robert Lowder, scoutmaster ot Elsah, chairman of Western District Scouters, Earl Legate and wife, and Scoutmaster John Woolsey and wife of Graf ton. Grafton Fidelia Class Entertained GRAFTON — Members of the Fldelts Class of the Methodist Church fllld their April business session and party In the church annex Thursday evening. Twenty- two members were present. Chairmen of committees for the annual mother-daughter banquet, scheduled to begin at 6:30 o'clock the evening of May 8 were appointed as follows: Arvella Brown and Virginia Wilson, food; Ethal Duncan,'program rNorma Wallace tables; and Thelma Smith, tickets. Plan Dental Exam GRAFTON — The annual dental examinations for pre-school child- and j ren and pupils who will enter the fifth gratfe and freshman class this fall, will be given In the school gymnasium May 8 at 1:30 p. m. Payment for pre-school children will be made by the local Parent Teacher Association; and for other- ers there will be a fee of 50 cents each. Miss Betty Stanley of Jer- FOSTERBURG — Hot lunch wds seyville, community school unit served Friday at the school by i nurse, will be here to assist a the following group from the ! dentist from Jerseyvllle in making Mother's Club: Mrs. Paul Scheurer,' the examinations. Mrs. Walter Gvillo, Mrs. Joe Wehrman, Mrs. Mary Gabriel, Mrs. Ralph Strohbeck, and Mrs. Matt Horn. Billy Manns left Thursday with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Manns, and three grandchildren, Sandra, Marilyn, and Dennis, to visit a daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry White, at Hollywood, Calif. A hayride was enjoyed by about 12 yoling people of the senior BYPU of the Baptist Church here j thc funeral of her uncle, Marshall News Notes „ GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Martin Arnold Sunday visited their daughter, Mrs. Charles Rosenthal, in St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, where she is a patient. Jim and Ira Towell attended funeral rites and interment of their mother, at Poynor, Mo., Friday. Fosterbnrg Mrs. Remus Baker Sr., attended Friday evening. Driven by Bill Golike and accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Hoyer, the ride started and ended at Golike's with a wiener roast at the Robert McCauley farm. Canvass Votes At Carlinville CARLINVILLE — Members of the City Council met in a special session Friday night in addition to canvassirig the votes in Tuesday's city election, awarded a contract for the street program. Truman Flatt, of Springfield, was awarded the contract to furnish and apply road oil and to furnish and apply asphalt on the same streets as was followed in last year's street program. His bid was $19,881.63. The Illinois Asphalt Co. of Alton was awarded the contract on two items to be used for the purpose of patching holes. Forty-eight tons of patching material will be used on arterial streets and 12 tons on non-arterial streets. The contract was let to the Alton company at $9 a ton. The Council members passed a motion that the city would operate on central standard time until further notice. Cancer Society to Meet CARLINVILLE — D e n b y R. Boring, county fund campaign chairman for the Maeoupin County Chapter of the American Cancer j Society, has announced there will be a county wide meeting to make plans for the annual drive for funds for the cancer society. The ' meeting will be held in the grand jury room of the courthouse at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Anyone in the county interested In this work is invited to attend this meeting. bx ' ' 1 ._ NAACF Meeting Alton branch of the National As- ociation for the Advancement of Colored People will have a month- y meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m., at «7 Belle St. Cicadas often are called locus!s because when American i-olonists irst saw them they feared a Hague like those they had read ibout )n the Bible. Wallace, 87, in Evansville, Ind., Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Roy Forguson, and brothers, George and Wesley Goodman, Penicillinsky? Moscow radio has claimed that penicillin was discovered by a Russian named Andrei Polotebnov. His writings are to be published this year to "prove" that, and not Sir'&lexander Fleming or anybody else, first found the healing properties of the famous mold. According to the Communists, Polotebnov first used penicillin in 1782. He must have kept the secret very much to himself, though, for 56 years later Professor Fleming claimed to have discovered it and in 1945 shared a Nobel Prize for it —without protest from Moscow. The gondolas of Venice must be black since other colors are not permitted. Just Add It to four Account \ff m bKlT SiOHK AJWI Abay. mravtt w»« .varyfeiogi Chargw «. )% w uwwd M M u» to t>50.2% a» w hoi bm |iy to taOQ, 1% a* «• aalnai Mflpia tttt 1HI-H (MM*** M«) M«ko • clM» twoep of old bill* ... (My torn •.. roduco monthly ptymant* with t Ifeuml loan. Phono, writo, Of com I* 7 \VrUll I IN AN C'I CO Satire on Movies Is 'Kapers'feature "Motion pictures will have nothing on us," say Fred Hunt Hid Eugene Crlvello, script writers for one of tye headline acts in the JKl- wants Kapers which take place next Thursday at 8:15 p. m. Alton* High School, auditorium. Entertaining the "boys" In the scene will be the famous can-can girls dancing chorus, composed of six Kiwanlans, who are practicing almost every night. The dancers will be Bruce Quackenbush, William Stork, William Narup, Walter L. Budde (experienced from the! original Klwanis Ballet group of, 1949), Malcolm Patrick, and Dr. C. j Francis Swain. i Key actors in this satire on the motion picture, will be Bernard Sprlngman, J. B. Chllds, Joe Goldfarb, Ferdinand Falcone, Conrad Fichtel, Otto Heap, Emil Huber, Edwin Leamon, Don Morrison, Anthony Crivello, William Bergfeld, Jr., Barney Lewis, Lee Maas, C. V. Nance and the two script writers. Allan Riehl will be at the "nickel piano." Closing this act will be the final chorus, with lyrics written by Al Rlehl, Anthony J. Crivello and the producer, Art Brubaker. wrowm women i DUBLIN, Ireland fP — The five Burke brothers — total ages 386 years — believe men can be happy If they just stick together and keep away from women. , James, 72, Thomas, 75, Michael, 77, John 80, and Pat, 82, all live together in a single-story thatched cottage at Kitleen, County Clare. "AH for each and each for all" 18 the motto that governs their live*. They do all their housework, even biking their own bread." "Don't think we're woman*hafr ers", said'Pat. "We just want to do our own business in our own way." Blf Hen's Boom Big Ben, famed London bell striking the hours in the tower of the Houses of Parliament, Lon» don, has been heard a distance of six miles without the aid of radio. Boomped on Own Time Harry Morgan Shill was playing boomps-a-daisy on his own time when fatally injur«d, the Workers' Compencation Commission decided in Sydney, Australia. At a workers' party. 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