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Columbia Monroe County Clarion (Newspaper) - February 8, 1950, Columbia, Illinois Tyum Josl of until Civ Umla reaching 3839 Homes weekly�?16,000 readers Sec. 562, p. L. Amp r. U s postage in paid permit no. I Columbia 111. Volume 10 Price $2.00 per year. Columbia Illinois wednesday february 8, 1950. Number 40 dance at log Cabin red Bud Illinois saturday february 11th music by Leo Matysik and his Dixie Blue boys card party thursday. Feb. Iti 1950. Given by the Floraville Community Grange at the Church Hail i quilts Solo pinochle Bingo euchre and Klemperer. Tallies 35c mrs. Louise Burkhardt who suffered severe injuries in a fall at the Home of her daughter mrs. Olga Nollau on Friday january 27 has been brought Home from the Hospital and is reported to be getting along nicely. Modern dance v. F. W. Hall red Bud ill. Saturday. February 11th music by Skinner and his Royal americans adm. 50c inc. Tax dancing 9-1 old time dance v. F. W. Hall red Bud. Ill. Friday february 10th music by Herb kist and his Ozark ans dancing 8 30 to 12 30 adm. 50c Square dance Waltzes reels polkas and social dancing music by Oilie o Guinn orchestra Pautler Hall. Waterloo ill. Sunday feb. 12, 8 30 to 12 30 adm. 50c caller Curley Palmer barn dance Square dancing Waltzes polkas Circle dancing tuesday. February 21st Pautler Hall Waterloo ill. Music by Artie Steppig adm. 50c caller Curley Palmer Hayloft Jamboree sponsored by Valmeyer auxiliary 901 february 20 and 21 8 00 p. Profits for memorial plaque old time dance Waterloo country club saturday eve., feb. 11, 9 to 1 music by Billy Kettler s 5-pc. Orch. Call for table reservations last dance before easter fish Fry at Claud s tavern Burksville Illinois saturday and sunday. Feb. 11 and 12 music saturday night video varieties of Waterloo thursday. Feb. 16. At 8 p. Waterloo Public school gym sponsored by Waterloo p. T. A. Admission 25c and 50c Young Farmers to attend Ian Coop course the people s Market place for Sale Jersey Heifer already bred also 100 la. Porcelain in and out ice Box like new. Cheap. H. C. Bardeleben East Carondelet. Of Tuhro s tavern plate lunches Beer wine whiskey soft drinks of All kinds fish Fry Ocean Perch every Friday afternoon and evening Monnie s sportsmen s inn Columbia Hli Nois <u1 television programs can be enjoyed at Ollie s tavern sandwiches of All kinds Lold Beer mixed drinks i liners every Friday dance at Donahue s saturday february 11th music by Texi Lee and his Melody Ramblers everybody Welcome Mueller s tavern Home of Fried Chicken Choice steaks at All times three Young farm leaders from Monroe county have been named to attend the second annual Coop training course for farm youth sponsored by the Illinois agricultural association and local cooperatives february 5 to 9. They Are Wilbur Gummer theimer Columbia Clarence gue Bert red Bud and Ronald Mueller Waterloo. The school will be held on the University of Illinois Campus at Urbana at the same time As farm and Home week is in Progress. The course will give these Young Farmers a Complete picture of How Farmer owned and operated co for Sale Brooder House 9x9, operatives work. Teaching them Herbert Weltig Box 34, Waterloo about co Ops is part of the Ian s Illinois. Phone 429-j. C program to develop new leaders. Who la have the background to run for sale�?1938 f-20 in Good farm cooperatives in the future j condition. Almost fully equipped the Ian is the state farm Bureau with cultivators Price $450. Ray shoats for Sale eight. See John Harbaugh it. 2, Waterloo p for Sale Thor electric Washer with spin dryer. 312 n. Market Waterloo Illinois. P if you have a growing daughter. No own Quot Story of Quot the pb1hci 01 Pitcl judge Camille Kelley says. Quot it will Moke ony Young girl think Quot organization. These Young men were picked Hasemann it. 2, Lebanon Iii. P by a committee made up of repro j Fop. Sale�?1 mule 2 horses Box Senta Tives of the Monroe service j Wagon Frame Wagon John Deere company Monroe Grain and sup Seif Binder 8�?T, 4-Sec. Harrow 2-Sec. Ply company and the Monroe Spring tooth Harrow 2 John Deere county farm Bureau each of walking plows facing Mill 10-shoe which is sponsoring one of the Gundlach Drill Mccormick Deering boys Mower 40 Bushel Straw potatoes each one of the Young Farmers 5 Gai homemade molasses. Conrad selected has been Active either in Stemler Columbia 111. It. 1. P Rural youth 4-h, Fra or vocational agriculture. Beekeepers name officers of meeting the election of officers of the St. Clair beekeepers association was held a their meeting in the Highway building wednesday evening feb. 1. They Are a. H. Zipfel Belleville president g. L. Hankammer Belleville vice president and h. C. Valerius Namoki Secretary. The Board members include a Kreb Marissa h. Myling Granite City and w. Wilder Waterloo. The association is a Tri county organization composed of members from St. Clair Madison and Monroe counties. The Public is invited to the meetings held the first wednesday of every month. For Sale Kenmore electric Ian staff members u. Of i. Per Washer just overhauled in perfect sonnet and other farm leaders will condition Large capacity portable Square Washtub used several months bed divan. For information Call Kinloch 82 Between 9 a. Serve As instructors for the course. Parks May subdivide his Airport site Oliver l. Parks president mrs. Mathilda Schneider Dies at Home of son mrs Mathilda Schneider Nee Grosse died at the Home of her son Oswald february 6, 1950. Mrs. Schneider was born in Monroe Sale two sets High Wagon j county january 9, 1872 and had. A wheels in Good condition $10.00 reached the age of 78 years the East Side a poit at Cahokia per set. Harness. Red Clover seed a.---l_----x-------1 a noon cd she 1s survived by one son state tested 99.88% pure 55c per to i. A 1-. A i Oswald and Pound. We. H. Thien Fults 111. Phone 617-r. P and 6 p. P wedding dance Turner Hall. Columbia sunday. Feb. 12. 1950. 8 p. Music by Artie Steppig and his orchestra Bernell Buettner Ronald Bachelier masquerade dance at Donahue s saturday. February 18th music by rhythm Ramblers everybody Welcome free birthday dance saturday Nite. Feb. 11th at Fults music by Quot Peppy Quot Buss everyone Welcome Bam dance Square dancing Waltzes polkas Circle dancing tuesday february 21st Pautler Hall. Waterloo ill. Music by Artie Steppig adm. 50c caller Curley Palmer dance Daab s country club inc. Saturday february u music by Ralph stauder and his Melo tones admission 50c inc. Tax dancing 8 30 to 12 30 free dances formerly bookies at Tom s tavern saturday february 11 birthday dance for Jerry Lipe music by Rippelmeyer band sunday february 12th music by Billy Kettler s orchestra wednesday february 15 Square dance music by Artie Steppig and his seaders Tom Hutchings fish Fry at Goodmann s tavern Harrisonville Illinois saturday Nite and sunday afternoon feb. 11 and 12 annual masquerade Ball Given by Turners auxiliary tuesday Nite february 21 $40.00 in prizes grand March 9 00 p. Adm. 50c tax inc. Dancing 8-12 dance at Bluff Grange on Millstadt a. St. Louis Road saturday. February 11, 1950 music by Artie Steppig and his serenades dancing 8 30 to 12 30 adm. 50c video varieties of Waterloo thursday feb. 16, at 8 p. Waterloo Public school gym sponsored by Waterloo p. T. A. Admission 25c and 50c locker supplies of All kinds for meats. Vegetables. Fish and fowl 18 Inch 250 it. Roll $2.00 24 Inch 250 it. Roll $2.50 special close out on Kip Freezer wrap Clarion printing co. Columb Ift Illinois Republican office at Waterloo is said to be considering turning the 568-acre site into a new Industrial and Low Cost residential area although he would like to see the Field become a major metropolitan Airport just a few Minu is from downtown St. Louis and considered one of the most convenient Sites Ever proposed for St. Louis even though it is on the East Side of the River. Parks is said to have operated the Airport at a loss of $70,000 per year. It is expected too that St. Louis May make up its mind what to do some time this year and another proposal St. Louis is considering now is an express Highway to their present Airport which several commercial airlines Are said to favor rather than development of another site. Grain hauling any Type. Cab Robert Quot Bucko Schaeffer Waterloo Illinois. Of for Sale electric Washer in running order also ice Box holds 50 lbs. Ice., Kitchen Range. See Thomas c. Schmidt Columbia p for Sale sow with Oerter Waterloo. Pigs. John p daughter in Law Lydia Schneider Nee Weiss. She was the wife of the late Charles Schneider and Mother of the late Edward and Hilda Schneider. The funeral will be held thursday february 9, at St. Paul evangelical and reformed Church the body to lie in state from noon until time of the Lineral. Interment in St. Paul cemetery. The body is at the Schmidt funeral Home. For Sale Good mixed stubble i Clover Hay. Inquire at Paul Southard Waterloo it. 3, p for Sale boys bicycle 24-Inch, with Light and Basket reasonable. Mrs. Jack Empson Waterloo phone 369-w. C tic ulars. Elizabeth Kochmann funeral lit St. Louis Elizabeth Kochmann Nee Stoll Columbia Box 68 died february 5, 1950. Mrs. Kochmann reached the age of 65 years. She is survived by three daughters mrs. Irene Phillips mrs. Dorothea Hoffmeister and mrs. Marcella Mccary three sons Carl and Earl Kochmann. Funeral from Wacker Helderle Chapel to Pope Pius v. Church wanted Middle aged woman for housework and care of children. Full time position. Salary dependent upon qualifications. Write to stating full Par p Public Sale household and Kitchen furniture piano table dishes Etc. Saturday feb. 11, 1950, at 12 30 p. Cash on Day of Sale. New levee planned near Valmeyer Iii. A new project calling for building of a mile and a Quarter of new levee along the Mississippi River in the Columbia drainage and levee District Monroe county was announced recently by army engineers. Bids on the project will be received until 2 p. M., feb. 17. The levee will be built near Valmeyer. The project brings the total length of new levees planned for the area to about six Miles. For Sale korean Les Pedreza f. Louer auctioneer. In Case of in it hulled 8c la. Unhul led 7c, cleaned Clement weather Sale will be in-1 and state tested. Ben Schilling doors. Mrs. Wesley r. Dickson 404 Waterloo it. 3, East of Waterloo february 9, 195a interment in Park j West main St Columbia 111. C i Illinois. P Lawn cemetery. Miss june Howard and Gene Asselmeier wed miss june Howard of Dell ark., became the Bride of Gene Assel Meier at 8 00 p. M., on saturday evening Jan. 21, 1950, at the Lake Street methodist Church in Dell ark., with Rev. Hall officiating. Mrs. Asselmeier is the daughter of or. And mrs. William Dee Howard of Dell near Jonesboro or. Asselmeier is the son of mrs. And the late Richard Asselmeier of Columbia. The Young couple was attended by miss Ruth Robinson of Jonesboro ark., and Robert Manns of Alton 111. They Are friends of the couple. Mrs. Asselmeier is a former student of Arkansas state College and is now teaching in the primary department of the Bay Grade school. Or. Asselmeier is a Junior in the department of business administration of Arkansas state College. He is also quarterback on the Arkansas state College football team at Jonesboro. The Young couple has gone to housekeeping in an apartment on the College Campus. For Sale Hampshire Gilt and male hog. Serviceable age. Can be registered. Howard Limestall it. 2, Valmeyer Illinois. P for Sale 49 Weining pigs. George Lehr it. 1, red Bud Illinois. P for Sale used single Drain Cabinet sink with mixer faucet $35. Also bathroom fixtures including tub Wash stand and lavatory $35. Oliver Roessler Columbia Illinois. C for Sale two 40-acre tracts also 20 acres Bottom land no buildings. Inquire John Kahmer it. 2, red Bud Illinois. P Kenneth Jahr was taken to St. Elizabeth s Hospital in the Schmidt ambulance on sunday to receive medical treatment. For Sale new tractors far mall m $2300 w. D. Allis $1750 Massey Harris 44-4, $2200 new 290 John Deere com planters with fertilizer attachment on rubber $350 new 6 it. Massey Harris combines $1350 late Model 12a John Deere like new cheap new 5 it. Allis with motor $1500. Clyde Krauz Mascoutah Illinois. P for Sale Loose Alfalfa Hay. Alvin Osterhage it. 3, Waterloo Illinois. P for Sale table top bottle Gas stove. In Good condition. See Theodore Harres Bottom ave., Columbia. Phone 105-w. P for Sale new Brooder House size 10x14 it. I can deliver it. Yellow Pine lumber 8c and up plaster Board 4%c per so. Ft., Asphalt shingles $6.35 per sq., no. 1 1x4 flooring 13c ft., Choice Cedar posts sawed 7 it. Long. Alfred Berner lumber co., t. 2, Waterloo 111. P Monroe Rea meeting attracts capacity crowd saturday approximately 2500 residents of Monroe St. Clair and Randolph counties packed the Waterloo High school gymnasium on saturday afternoon for the annual meeting of the Monroe county electric Coop. Addressing the meeting were Carl Mees farm adviser of Randolph county and miss Frances England Randolph county Home adviser. Both spoke on the value of electricity to the Farmer. The feature of this years meeting was a discussion of electricity by Coop members who entered a Public speaking contest. Each of four contestants was Given five minutes to make his presentation. Arthur Moehrs of red Bud route won first prize. Other contestants were mrs. Oliver Mueller George Leilich of new Athens and Howard Stansell of Waterloo. The speakers were presented by miss Verana Rey who had charge of the contest. Another item of interest to the 1,860 patrons of the Coop was the announcement of a reduction in rates. The minimum rate will be reduced from $3.35 to $3.25 per month effective april 1. City rates Are to be reduced from $1.55 to $1.50 and two other brackets will Benefit by a half cent per Kwh reduction. The City rates apply to villages and communities which buy their electricity from the Coop. According to c. Douglas who has managed the cooperative since its organization the company will begin a program of line improvement for 1950 to better service heavier loads and the demand upon the present lines. A number of lines will be changed for servicing the heavier loads. The company since its Incese Tion More than 12 years ago has made a total of eight joans in the amount of $860,000,000.00, which has been reduced to $525,403.00 Loans Are not permitted to be carried As single Loans but Are accumulated into a Gross figure from which reductions Are made from operating profit. Reports of business and finance were submitted by or. Thien and David f. Kurz Secretary and treasurer. Thien is also director of the Illinois electric co Ops. We. H. Thien president of the co-op., of Fults Emil j. Ruhl of new Athens and Emil j. Taake of Columbia route were re elected directors. Entertainment by skeets and Frankie and awarding of prizes concluded the afternoons program the present personnel of the company includes besides the officers the following directors Henry c. Pape Herman h. Rosenberg Emil j. Ruhl Emil j. Taake Louis a. Vogt and Peter Zoeller. C. Douglas is manager and office personnel includes miss Gertrude Wolf As bookkeeper Marguertte Cranage office Secretary Morris Deul Stock clerk and Ruth Welsch cashier. Maintenance men Are Joseph Kipping Leo Esker Calvin Vogt and Arthur Kruse. The nominating committee consisted of Raymond Rusteberg of Moredock Walter Metter of sugar loaf Delbert Prange of new design Edgar c. Mueller of Prairie do Long and Ervin Huebner of Fults. For Sale my tractor Standard. 302 St. Paul Street Columbia Illinois. P for Sale Auto radio Al condition used two months. Bill Lehde. 302 St. Paul Street Columbia p for Sale used mud grip tires size 600-16, 1 6-ply 600-16. 5 chairs Cane seats. Walter Jaeger Waterloo Illinois. C notice of annual meeting Monroe Grain amp Supply company notice is hereby Given that the regular annual meeting of shareholders and members of Monroe Grain amp Supply company will be held on tuesday the 21st Day of february 1950, at the hour of 1 00 p. M., in the Turners Hall Columbia Illinois for the purpose of electing directors to receive and if approved confirm the reports of officers and directors of the association for the fiscal year ended november 30, 1949 and for the transaction of any other business As May properly come before the meeting. Monroe Grain amp Supply company signed Theodore Lohkamp Sec. Dated at Columbia Illinois february 8, 1950. Funeral services for mrs. Lena Reinhold tuesday morning mrs. Lena Reinhold Nee Krebel and wife of the late Joseph Reinhold died february 4 at St. Mary a Hospital in St. Louis following an operation on tuesday. Mrs. Reinhold was born near Waterloo december 11, 1870, and reached the age of 79 years. She is survived by two daughters mrs. Mathilda Spitznagel and mrs. Leora Reitz four sons Oscar Clemens Roy and Delbert Reinhold 24 grand children and six great grandchildren two Brothers Mike and Joe Krebel. Or. Reinhold died in 1926. One daughter and four sons preceded her in death. Funeral services were held tuesday morning at is. Peter and Paul Church interment in the Waterloo Catholic cemetery. Rev. Hellrung officiating. Quernheim funeral service. Mrs. Reinhold was a member of the Mary and Martha and the altar societies

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