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   Edwardsville Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1938, Edwardsville, Illinois                                TRMJITY TENT AND AWNING CO. Distinctive Awnings CALL SCHWARTZ FURNITURE CO. OB Harris Furniture Hospital Upholstering. Remodeling. Refinishing and Repairing. Antiques and Modern Furniture. Latest Materials. Mt ftunai St. Phone er Edwardsvtlb Loyalty WANTED! 500 PEOPLE TO EAT FRIED CHICKEN AT FOWLErS TAVERN HAMEL, ILLINOIS PHONE 3x22 We'll Tow you in at a very Reasonable Charge and Bepair your Car Like New. DAY and NIGHT GARAGE 206 ST. LOUIS PHONE 610 GEO. B. CATHCART CAFE 4M E. Vandalia St.. Phone 157 "Good rooa is toood Health" Alt Union Help Employed. KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST FOB ITS QUALITY FOOD and EFFICIENT SERVICE Member of RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION Member Edwardsville Loyalty League HAMEL Celebrate Wedding Anniversary. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ren- ken, Sr.. on Thursday evening of last week to celebrate their 49th wedding aniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Renken and daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Renken and son, Linly Arten, Mrs. Hulda Suhre of Edwardsville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paul and family of Prairie- town, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sander and children, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Beet and Miss Emma and Reinhardt Renken. Mrs. May McDonald and Miss Lulu Steinmann visited at Brighton Sun- day with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Hartman. Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Hosto and Beu- lah Wild spent Saturday afternoon at the Highland Fair. Miss Emma Renken-spent Friday at the home of Charles Neumeier. Several from here attended Lu- theran Church picnic at Carpenter Sunday evening. Chas. Bardelmeier, Rudolph and Nelson Wild attended the fair at High- land Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weber and family left Saturday morning for Wisconsin where they will spend a week. L. F. Steinmann made a business trip to Carpenter Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Kessman and children and Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and daughter left Thursday morning for Wisconsin jo spend their vacation Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hosto and daugh- ter, Srima, and son, Ralph, of Alham- bra were callers here Saturday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Suhre and chil- dren and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Uhe re- turned home from Rochelle after a visit there with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Richter. Geralene Hartman of near Edwards- ville is visiting with Mrs. Arnold Hosto and Mrs. May McDonald. Mr. and Mrs Ben Moehle and sons attended the Highland Fair Sunday Mrs. May McDonald, Mrs. Ainoid Hosto and Geralene Hartman were Edwaidss'ille visitors Monday evening Arnold Hosto attended the funeral of his uncle at the Lutheran Church at Livingston, Sunday afternoon. Several from here attended the Mission Festival at the Braunschweig Lutheran Church Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Franke and children of near EdwardsMlle spent Monday af- ternoon with Mrs. Arnold Hosto. Mrs. Annie McDonald visited in Car- penter Sunday. 'Midget Sun' One-Fifth as Bright as Old Sol Himself. Charge Illegal Activities. Rio de Jameio, Brazil, Aug charge of illegal political activities will be placed against tne Deutscher Segel Club of Santo Amaro, Sao Paulo state, it was reported today. Prosecutor Gilberto Andrade of na- tional security court requested addi- tional information before indicting the club's director, Hans Meyer, a German, it was undei stood He want- ed to know whether other directors of the club were involved. Why Not Do Business With A Dependable Firm? Conveniently Located For Jfonr Service Consult Us Before You Buy REAL ESTATE Sales and Rentals ROSENTHAL INSURANCE AGENCY PALACE STORE BLDG. Phones: Office 163; Res. G25 117A N. Main. Member Edwardsville Loyalty League. LEGLAIRE STORE "NOTHING BUT THE BEST" FEATURING MONARCH GOODS GROCERIES MEATS FRUITS VEGETABLES BARERV GOODS NOTIONS CHAS. MULACH, PROP. 612 Leclaire We Deliver Phonei 113-114 Member of Edwardsville Loyalty League. Before You Start See Our Great Stock of Wall Paper Many modern designs and new patterns. Here la jour chance to make that change now at moderate cost. Many beautiful patterns are being sold out Come in today and sec for yourself. Visit our dis- play and sample room. BUHFMCSTFR PAPER AND PAINT CO. tM N. Main Member Edwardsville Loyalty League. Phone 90 FALSTAFF CAFE Ml NOBTB MAIN U you're fond of good food you'll like Falstafl Cafe. Delicious Sandwiches. Short Orders, It's not hist another res- taurant, It's more than yon'd ever ex- pect to flnd In eating oat Food pre- pared Just as it Is in well ran W. a KNOWLES, Owner PHONE 1111 Edwardrrttle Loyalty League. Science now comes forward with a flngef-slie lamp capable ot brilliance equal to one-fifth the sun's surface brightness. That's getting pretty bright and the 1000-watt mercury vapor arc lamp ex- pected to revolutionize photo-engraving technique and other crafts in which extremely brilliant light is required. Above at left Dr. John W. Marten, research engineer, and an assistant shield their eyes from the lamp's terrific glare in a Bloomfield, N. J., laboratory. Above at Bright, the little lamp is pic- tured actual size. NEW DOUGLAS NEWS MRS. MABEL SCHOENMKHLCB, CorreipoBtart Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prange and son Harold and Mrs. Alma Henschen left Sunday for a vacation trip through Wisconsin. They visited the Wisconsin Dells and other state parks. They were in Milwaukee on Wednes- day evening and attended the gradu- ation exercises of the Nurses Training School at the Milwaukee Hospital of which Miss Velma Prange was a class member. Miss Prange then returned home 'with her parents for a short vacation. On the return trip a short visit was made with Dr. and Mrs. Rnng and family at Clinton, 111. Mr and Mrs. Mercer Melm, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Peterson, daughter Kath- ryn and Miss Margaret Britt spent the end in Fort Knox, Ky. as guests of Mr. and Mrs B. H. Harris. Surprised on Birthday. A number of friends gathered on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosenthal and sur- prised Mrs. Rosenthal on her birthday anniversary. Those present weie Mr. and Mrs. Leo Loiseau and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs Robert Hampton, East St Louis, Mr. and Mis Albert Strole, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sofko of Livingston, Miss Alma Sanoltie, John Knop, Mi. and Mrs Chris Mohme and children, Mr. and Mis. Truette Foul- ke, Mr and Mrs Oscar Suess, Mr. and Mrs Walter Kline and children- Re- freshments were served. Receives Word of Death. Mrs Lizzie Smith was called to Staunton Saturday owing to the death of little Baibaia Ann Smith, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mis Delmar Smith, who passed away at the St Francis Hospital in Litchfield. She was 1 month and 25 days old. Funeial serv- ices were conducted Satuiday aftei- noon at the Huntman Funeral Home. Interment was at Memorial Park Cemetery Delmar Smith is a grand- son of Mrs. Lizzie Smith. Patient in Hospital Miss Eileen Braundmeier is a pa- tient at the hospital in Litchfield, hav- ing been admitted Saturday. Personals.. Frank Soeker and Karl Herkstieter of Westphalia, Germany recent visitors at the home of Mi. and Mrs Chas. Prange. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hendrick, daughter Rosella and son David of Fmley spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. A Olive Mr. and Mrs T. T. Hanlson spent Sunday in Troy at the home of Mr and Mrs Oscar Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scharf and dau- ghter of Worden spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Scharf. Mr. and Mrs. G G. Olive, Miss Dorothy Olive, Leo Allan, Mrs. Vera Woods and daughtets, Mr. and Mis. A. L. Kinzer, A E. Thomas and Miss Stella Alsop visited in Staunton Sun- day afternoon. Misses Bettie and Marjory Tabor of Collinsville spent the week at the home of Mr. and Mis. James Tabor. Edward McMullen of Spiingfield was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. Elnora Fisher, son Donald, Paul'Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Auer of Staunton were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bessie Fletcher. Mrs. G. G. Olive and daughter Miss Dorothy were visitors :n Highland Monday. Mr. and Mrs Walter Friday of E. St. Louis and Edgar Isaacs, Jr. of Webster Groves, Mo. spent Sunday at the home of Mi. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacs. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Rhyne, Mrs. G. Fogarty and Mrs. Julia Gregory of St. Louis visited Sunday at the home of Miss Bessie Flether. Mrs. Gregory remained for a visit. Leo Allan of Collinsville was a week-end guest of Miss Dorothy Olive. Carol Jean and Lorene Wall ipent several days the past week visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Isaacs. Mrs. Emma Serogglni and brother Herbert Young of Hardin, Mo. spent several days the past week at the home of Mrs. Nannie Deck. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wall were visitors in Alton Saturday. Mr! and Mrs. Carl Liefeld and daughter of Rochester, N. Y. are visit- ing at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Liefeld. Miss, Virginia Isaacs of Bast St. Louis spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Isaacs. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Wall of Green- ville and Mr. and Mis. Eugene Wall of Mulberry Grove visited Sunday eve- ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenthal and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. KJee- J.amp, Mr. and Mis. A. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Robt. Tjaden were among those attending the fair at Highland Saturday. Mr and Mis. Dewcy Biljeu and son Gale of Gillespie, Mi and Mis Robert Bilyeu and son Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bilyeu of Alton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mis George Bilyeu. Miss Marguerite Groves and Robert Wright of Cerro Gaido and Pi of. Lee Hope of Hillsboro were week-end guests of Miss Ulciine Latowsky and on Saturday night attended the Mu- nicipal Opera in St. Louis. Mr and Mrs Arden Fletcher of Granite City visited over the week-end at the home of Miss Bessie Fletcher. Mr and Mrs. Wm Isaacs, Carol Jean and Lorene -Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tjaden and son Dickie attended Old Settlers reunion in Hillsboro on Thursday evening. Miss Anna Johnson of Clayton, Mo. spent the week end with her mother, Mrs Almma Johnson. Mr and Mrs. Earl Eyman and dau- ghter of Litchfield were guests of Mrs.Caioline Jones Sunday. Mr. and Mis. A. J. Smith spent Sunday evening in Soiento visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lester Harvey. Mrs. Harry Woods, dnugnters Mina and Barbara of Wmnetka, Mrs. Wal- ter Griffith, son Dale and daughter Robeita spent Saturday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bilyeu. Dr. C. Hayworth of Donnellson was a visitor here Monday E. C. Pitt was a visitor in Spring- field Sunday at the home or Mr. and Mis. C. A. Meadows. August Suhre Has More Than Fifteen Years of Experience Without obligation August Suhre, contractor, will furnish estimates on any kind of construction job. He em- ploys several men throughout the year for the variety of work he had to do. Mr. Suhre is located at 146 East Dunn Street, He is an experienced contractor of Edwardsville and smroundmg teni- tory and has moie than 15 years of building behind him. Mr. Suhie does work on both new jobs and recon- struction work. Recently he finished the residence of Charles Sido, in which he put in a fireplace, hardwood floors and remod cled all of the rooms. The bulk fill ing station on South Buchanan street built for the Continental Oil Company was erected by Mr. Suhre. For an estimate on any job, call 369R. Read the want ads. ADAMS STANDARD SERVICE U> I QUAKER STATE MOTOR OILS Si Louis and Vandatia jjj Phone 1119 Loyalty WORDEN NOBA BIRMINGHAM, Uerraepomiut Infant Baptised. Sunday morning James Lee Heine meier, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win A. Heinemeier of Hamel, was bap- tized at the Worden Lutheran Church by Rev. H. C.-Kothe, the pastor. Spon- sors were Mrs. Henry Griffith of St. Louis, Mrs. F. C. Gerber and Mrs. Jul- ius H. Heinemeiei of Edwardsville. During the day Mr. Heinemeier's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Heinemeier entertained the following relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffith of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Heinemeier and sons, Kenneth and Ramon, of Ed- wardsville, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Heinemeier and son of Hamel. Pastor Reappointed Rev and Mrs. W. A. Robinson at- tended the annual conference of the M. E. Church South at Murphysboro last week. Rev. Robinson has been reappomted pastor of the Worden Methodist Chuich for the ensuing year. Will Hold Installation. The past Oracle's Club will have in- stallation of officers at the lodge hall on Wednesday evening, Aug. 31. Pleasant Ridge ORCEN BLACV, Emerald Mound Program. Emerald Mound Grange held their regular meeting and program Friday evening. After the regular business, meeting presided over by Master Orrin Black, a literary program was pre- sented. The lecturer, Miss Marcella Henry, presided over this portion of the meeting. The following program was presented: Opening song, "Col- umbia the Gem ol the by the members; recitation, "The Norma Jean Mueller; piano solo, Miss Lucille Ginzel; paper, "Yesterday, To- day and by Mrs. Edith Black; contest by the brothers; hus- band calling contest by several sitters; penny drill. Plans are under way for the annual Booster meeting to -be held on Friday evening, Sept. 30. This is the annual open meeting presented to acquaint the public with the prin- cipals of the Grange and to furnish the vlsitoh with an evening of public entertainment. At the next regular meeting a baking contest wHl be held. The contest is limited to a butter cake with cocoanut icing, plain rolls and'white bread. All must be made with soft wheat flour. Personals. A number from here attended the homecoming held Saturday at O'Fal- lon. A number from here attended the Highland Fair held this week at High- land. _ Edward Black of East St. Louis spent last week with relatives. Several from here attended the funeral services of Mrs. Margaret Rei- mann held Friday at Lebanon. Burial was mads in the College.Hill Ceme- tery. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Black and son Dale William were Belleville visitors Thursday. A few from here attended the Fair held last week at Breese. Cathcart's Cafe Popular Eating Place For Tourists Personals. Miss Charlotte Sandbach returned home Sunday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs Carl Karbach in St. Louis. Miss Ethel Woodward left Thuisday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs Ja> Haitman at Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs Cleve Jones and son, Robert, of Staunton, Mr and Mrs. Walter Jones and daughter, Janet Ruth, Port Byion ueie Sunday gui'sis of Mr. and Mis Abel Olive Mis. Norman Zuges of Omaha, Nebr, is visiting with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Kothe. Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Honerkamp spent Sunday afternoon in Dupo. Mis. C. E. Doir of Worden, Mr. and Mis Worden Andeison and chil- dren of Roxana visited with Lena Klein at Collinsville lecently. Mr. and Mrs Frank Lannae, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mulach visited with Mr. and Mrs Walter Nash at Wood er Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Love and chil- dren, Billie and Maiy Lou, and Miss Beatrice Love of St. Louis vveie guests of Mr, and Mrs. Edwaid Sandbach, Jr., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Kessman and sons, Joyce and Gene, Mis. Wm. Uis- prung and son, Ray, returned home Monday after a vis.it with relatives at Chicago and Waukegan. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sonlag ot St. Louis are visiting with Mr. and Mis. Frank Lannae. Mr. and Mis. Hazel Berg of Zeigler returned home Sunday alter a visit with lelatives. Mrs. C. D. McClaflin of Blooming- ton is visiting with her parents, Mi. and Mrs. F. B. Wcdel. Mrs Chailenc Schubert of Staunton was a guest of relatives Sunday. Mrs. Ida M. Beiry and daughteis, Misses Stela, lone and Rachel spent Thuisday evening visiting will) Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Neuhaus at Wood Kiver. Mrs. James Moorehouse of Casey- viiie retained home Sunday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Dorsctt, Ruth Bishop of Edwardsville is visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wcdel re- turned home Sunday after a visit with relatives at Bloomington. For the last decree George B. Cath- cart's Cafe has been one of the most popular stopping places for tourists in this territory. Ideally located on U. S. Highway 66, Cathcart's has es- tablished a for food and service that has made its impression far and wide. George B. Cathcart established the business in a modest little restaurant at its present location a number of years ago. It quickly became popular with tourists as well as local people and Mr. Cathcart, with an eye for the futuie, began a process of expansion that culminated in the well known restaurant that it is today. In the business of serving thousands of persons a year, Mr. Catncart gives steady employment to 15 persons throughout the year. Calhcarts serve a complete line of meals. The next time you desire to eat out, stop there To some inquiiing tourist relative to a good eating place, give a friendly Up, "Stop at Cathcart's." Harmless Explosion. Budapest, Hungary, Aug. harmless explosion in a garbage can near the former royal palace caused rumors today that an attempt had been made on the life of Admiral Nicholas De Horthy, the regent. The explosion shattered a few win- dows in the vicinity of the palace but there were no casualties. Admiral Horthy, who arrived home last night from a visit to Germany, was In Fes- ter, far from the scene. COLEMAN BOTTLED SAS RANGED GEHRIG'S STORE Alhamfara, ID. Phone 11 SERVICE STATION WHITE BOBE GASOLINE f GALLONS FOB BN-AB-OO MOTOB OILS USED AUTO PARTS Fn All Models d Care. IBOY BOAD AND 2ND AVB. JOHNNY. Attendant. Member Loyalty League. Martin Dippold Co. CONTRACTORS READS MIXED CONCRETE CONCRETE BLOCKS LIMB AND CEMENT FTM Estimates On AH Contract Work. Mt LtnfeB Phono n Loyalty FAGG S WWVKB LOCKSMITHINS BICYCLE REPAIR We are eMlpped to 4o all MeyeJe mmt velodimfe repair. Brine I" fllej before school Aroid the doing it now! NORTH MAIN ST. Member Loyalty 2 Tlw to insure; getting de- c telling just that. ffl Member EdwanvllU Loyalty League PERFECT Health Foods When preparing cheek and tee if your Hit of food Itenu oontalni en- ergy building vitamins, Use dairy itemi for the preparation of heal- thful ICE CREAM PURE MILK Company, Inc. Ill E. Vandalia St. Member Edwardsville Loyalty League. WM L WOLF GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Meats, Vegetables, Dry Goods Place Your MONEY Where Your Nickels and Dimes Count. HAMEL, ILLINOIS PHONE I-X-7 ATTENTION CHICKEN STEAKS CHOPS DINNERS AND SANDWICHES MIXED DRINKS-DRAUGHT BOTTLED BEER OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAV Eddie's Tavern and Cafe EDDIE CLOSTERMAN, PROP. X Mile North of Edwardivllle on Route 64. Member Edwardsilllo Loyalty League, You Can Own A Home Like This........ FOR ESTIMATES SEE C. F. MINDRUP AND SON Ml PARK INEWSPAPERif   

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