“Petit Jury for May Term”
Big River:-T. M. BAKER, Ernest EGGERS.
Central:-Harris JOHNSTON and John EISENHAUER
Meramec:-Wm. RADEACKER [?], Phil BAUMGARTH, Wm. KLEIM and Frank YENICEK.
Rock:-Aug HUNICKE, Jos. NOLAN, Martin WERNER and Charles ALT.
Joachim:-R. K. VANCLEVE, G. C. HOLLIDAY, J. R. FUNK, Jules WASHER, and John O’NEAL.
Plattin:-C. I. McCORMICK, Adolph SCHMIDT.
Valle:-P. J. LOVETT, Sant
“The Prize Bad Luck Man of
Judge Richard Austin FRAZIER is the
prize winner of
It is only a very short while since the
Judge was in a hospital in
His twin brother Lawson was killed accidentally many years ago, by pulling a shot gun out of a boat. The hammers caught on the seat as he pulled and the gun fired shooting off the top of his head. A son of his brother Lawson lost his life by accidental discharge of a gun. Another brother of the Judge’s, William FRAZIER, took a drink of carbolic acid, mistaking it for whiskey and died in agony. The one exception to the hard luck FRAZIERS, was a son of Lawson, who attempted suicide by jumping off Ead’s bridge. The telegraph wires caught him and threw him back against the bridge, and as by that time he had changed his mind, he climbed back to safety.
We could give numerous other incidents showing the hard luck of the Frazier family including Uncle Sull, the famous Baptist preacher, who narrowly escaped death several times from blood poisoning from dog bites, from poisoning by accident and from other causes. The Judge inherits the strain from his ancestors.
W. J. KNORPP,
Max H. DREYER, board of equal. 5.60
P. L. GLATT, Lemay Ferry road 317.90
V. J. LEIGHT, culvert steel 4.80
Frank HUSKEY, act. Hillsboro-House Springs road 4.00
HAMEL Hdw. Co., tiling 49.52
A. F. SLAWSON, road tools 85.74
L. P. WILLIAMS, Pine Ford-Grub road 50.80
Geo. HOLDMAN, Bonne Terre road 107.50
Siedler ROESCH M. Co. lumber cement and etc. 219.38
J. H. HOPSON, lumber, cement etc. 368.84
Geo. W. CORNELL, Ware Grubville road 197.65
P. L. GLATT, Lemay Ferry road 117.86
E. BLACKWELL, Festus-Ste. Genevieve road 89.30
R. C. BAGE, Victoria-Hematite road 158.35
Lon WHIPPLE, Lemay Ferry road 60.15
K. W. MILLER, Ware Grubville road 41.20
Chas. WILSON, Vineland-Kingston road 125.48
Silas WILLIAMS, Hillsboro Horine road 399.58
Elliot LANHAM, helping engineer 19.35
A. T. HOEKEN, same 32.85
J. M. AGNEW,
T. W. BOONE, Jr., same 35.00
H. D. GRIFFITH, salary etc 78.08
P. L. CLERK, Jr., helping eng. 28.30
A. E. EGGERS, Vineland-Kingston road 199.22
Hematite Sand & Gravel Co. machinery 12.50
C. MARSDEN, sup.
R. H. DONNELL, tuber. cattle 2.00
Frank L. RUSSELL, same 2.00
Milton MOSS, same 2.00
G. M. MOCKBEE, surgical costs paupers 25.00
John GANEY, road dist. 18 12.85
M. P. LYNCH, rd damages 40.00
J. F. WILLIAMS, rd. com. 2.00
Theo. HURTGEN, bd of Equal. 50.00
N. C. EAVES, same 50.00
R. E. BYRD, same, 1 day court 55.00
Christ MILLER, same 55.00
F. PERKINS, same 55.00
Bond and contract of MILLER and BORCHERDING for building superstructure Lemay Ferry bridge filed and approved.
Court orders all funds of
T. C. ROQUES, Wm. BOEMLER and Ed. BURGAN appointed commissioners to view and mark a private road for J. LEDER over lands of C. L. BUSCH.
J. F. WILLIAMS appointed commissioner to meet with men selected by M. P. LYNCH and assess damages to lands of M. P. LYNCH by blasting rock on Lynch land.
De Soto Commercial Club subscribes $250 for repairing crossing at BUCHOLZ place on Joachim creek Bonne Terre road and court appropriates same amount to be paid on completion of work and presentation of itemized account therefor.
J. F. WILLIAMS and Louis STAFFELBACH assess damages of M. P. LYNCH for throwing rocks on his farm at $40.
Resignation of Walter SCHULZ, constable of Meramec township filed and accepted.
Court appropriates $150 for repairing James BYRNE Mill and
E. E. GRAHAM appointed overseer of District 48.
Jas. HARRIS exempted from poll tax.
Jury scrip issued by Circuit Clerk for January term in sum of $226.15 approved.
Statement of fees earned by Prosecuting Attorney for March in sum of $85 approved.
Engineers’ report of relinquishment of right of way on
proposed change of
Annual statement ordered published in Festus News for $75.00.
“Woman’s Club Program”
Program for Meeting of Womans’
Club, Friday P.
Subject:-Our own country; its Gov.
Roll Call:-Name of same secretary of State since Lincoln, Club.
Paper:-The State Department, Mrs. BYRNS.
Paper:-A trip to
Current Events:-Something about “
FOR RENT:-20 acres of corn land. Good three-room house,
water and pasture at Goldman, apply Sam J. MARSDEN,
The citizens of
John H. REPPY was called for and made a patriotic address. He said the flag had its origin in Democracy and still stood as the symbol therefor. That it was the same flag made glorious by all the history of the past and that the American people would not be derelict in the duty of maintaining its purity, even should it require the sacrifice of the blood of its sons, so that the stars could still shine on undimmed by any desire or purpose other than that of the welfare of mankind. At the conclusion of Mr. REPPY’s remarks, the school children again fell into line like veterans and marched back to school and the incident was over, but Old Glory still floats.
“FLAG RAISING AT BECKMAN”
Last Sunday afternoon the Seckman school had a public flag raising, the program was gotten up by the teacher, Miss Hannah BOLLEFER with her scholars who rendered some patriotic songs, speeches and dialogues with all kinds of small flags and bunting. The school board several days before erected a 36 foot iron pipe pole. At p. m. Sunday, the Antonia Brass band, led by Fred KOEHLER played the Star Spangled Banner, while scholars of the school with the teachers encircled the pole, while the members of the board drew a large 4x8 flag to the top of the pole where it is still floating and displaying patriotism to the [world?].
Mrs. WANLISS [WANLESS?], Mrs. ZIEGLER, Mrs. KUHLMAN, Mrs. RENNER, Mrs. RABITCH, Mrs. SYDOW, Mrs. STUFF, Mrs. Julia SCHNEIDER and Mrs. Emma BAUMGARTNER of St. Louis, members of the Gen. Nathanial Lyon circle No. 27, Ladies of the G. A. R. came from St. Louis to take part in the program. Mrs. WANLISS of the circle, an aged lady delivered a patriotic address which was followed by W. J. A. SCHUBEL and Supt. R. B. WILSON which had the attention of several hundred people that were present. Mr. WILSON in closing his address thanked the teacher, scholars and visitors for their kind attention and informed them all that the Seckman school was the first in the county to give a public flag raising, which speaks well for the district and their efficient teacher, Miss Hannah BOLLEFER.
Excelsior, which means onward and upward.
That should be the motto of Seckman school, one of the
banner schools of
The beautiful music given by the Antonia Band was a delight to the pupils and enjoyed by all. Besides the school program, words of interest were spoken by Mrs. Mary A. WANLESS of the G. A. R. of the St. Louis Chapter, Hon. W. J. A. SCHUBEL, and Supt. R. B. WILSON.
“ITEMS FROM CEDAR HILL” by Blue
Old Cedar Hill is still ... [surv?]iving. Every body around ... seemed to enjoy Easter in ... the bad weather we had then.
We had an earthquake last M... [tha?]t shook the house around ... the doors and windows rattled ... the stoves shook on the floor.
The Cedar Hill store is progressing nicely under the management of ... and BUXTON. They seem to ... the job.
Billie BECKMEYER is back to ... Hill again where he is doing painting and papering.
Dave and Ginsie BERGNER have ...
Cedar Hill and are both working in
“LAST DAY AT
Friday, April 13 was “Last Day” at the Baker schoolhouse. An... of the patrons were present and ... time was had. Owing to other ...entertainments in the near neighb... will be given later. This ... was taught by Earl HAMRICK, ... his first term--and again a ... first term has made good. We... teachers at this place so long t... ...fully expect the best results ... usual, again we win. Earl, when you pass this way you can easily ... latch string.
Entertainment and box supper ...
English services at this church ... day, April 23? 29?, A. M. ... meeting of voting members ... ...vice. Geo. ZILLY
A Partnership Composed of
John H. REPPY and Albertise C. REPPY
JOHN H. REPPY Editor
ALBERTISE COON REPPY Associate Editor
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE--ONE YEAR, $1.50
SIX MONTHS, 75 CENTS IN ADVANCE
Up to Tuesday , the amount of warrants cashed against the Permanent
Road Fund was $66,818.21. How much is due for work already done, we have no
means of ascertaining. The above amount of course includes the sum paid for the
abutments of the
Notice is hereby given that I will receive sealed bids up to noon on Monday, May 7th, 1917, from banks, banking corporations, associations or individual bankers in Jefferson County, Missouri, for the deposit of the funds of said county for the two years next ensuing from the date of receiving said bids, which said funds, for the purpose of letting the same, have, by order of the County Court, duly entered of record, been dividen into four equal parts. And the bids submitted may be for one or more of such equal parts.
The bids must state the rate of interest which the bidder will pay on the funds of said county or on any of such equal part or parts thereof, for the said term, and must be accompanied by a certified check on some solvent bank for not less than such proportion of one per centum of the county revenue of the preceding year as the sum of the part or parts of said funds, bid for, bears to the whole number of such parts.
No bid will be considered unless certified check shall accompany the same.
G. W. GASCHE; Clerk of the County Court of
DE SOTO DOINGS
Mrs. G. K. STEWART was shopping in
R. R. RAGLAND has moved in a home near the Christian church.
A much needed improvement is the bridge across the Joachim on the Bonne Terre road. Several machines have had to be helped across having stuck in the gravel. It is reported that work will begin at this point this week and will be completed for the Drummer’s Convention.
Last week was Patrons’ Week at the Ward
Little Miss Dorthy SAPPER gave a party Saturday afternoon. The occasion was to celebrate her birthday. A big birthday cake and numerous gifts made the afternoon a memorable one for Dorthy.
Kirk JONES and wife went to
Grade ALLE of Fredericktown spent
Saturday and Sunday in
Rev. PRESCOTT of
W. E. CROW had business at Horine Monday.
W. H. KNORPP had business in
The Bible class met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Earnest COXWELL.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee GOFF of Bonne Terre spent Sunday with Charles Pool and wife.
Prof. Paul BARNETT had business at
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MORSE and Son Howard
Mrs. I. DOULIN spent Thursday in the city.
Mesdames J. CARLEY and Robert HEARST and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest COXWELL attended a meeting of the Association held at Fountain Park Congregational church Thursday.
Harry CROW, Rutledge IRWIN, Joe
MATTHEWS, Monte REED and Joe LORENZ went to
Judge D. L. ROUGGLY had a double wedding at his office Friday morning at . Benjamin NASH and Genevieve BOYER and Charles William KANE and Martha NASH all of Festus.
J. D. LaHAY and wife were visiting at Bonne Terre Sunday.
Harry HAMEL who has been quite ill the past year is improving in health.
A. J. BLAIR is having anew sidewalk built. Len GOWAN is doing the work.
The Moose organization gave a lecture and sterioptican entertainment at the K. of P. Hall Monday evening.
Farmers are somewhat delayed with their spring work on account of the wet weather the past three weeks.
Dan HAEFNER was elected as a member of the school board at our annual school meeting in a hotly contested election. 45 were present.
Philip REISER and Chas. [Charles] LUDWIG of St. Louis formerly of this community were visitors home last Sunday and also at the flag raising.
Mr. H. J. KOHR Sr. of Maxville some 80 odd years old is an invalid and bedfast at Dan HAEFNER’s home, he being Mrs. HAEFNER’s father.
Mr. and Mrs. ROESSCH [ROESCH?] of Pacific R. F. D. of Franklin County were back to see us the first week of April.
Otto FREDERITZI and a few of his friends of Hill Crest were in Maxville this week.
Mr. and Mrs. WEBER of
The entertainment given by the Dramatic Club Sunday evening was quite a success and all reported a good time. The Kimmswick quartet did some tall singing and Charles MUELLER also did some very fine singing which was enjoyed by all.
Frank BECKER is reported very ill.
We hope that the weather will be nice next Sunday so that the Maxville and Kimmswick boys can play their ball game which they have been planning for some time.
Notice is hereby given, that letters of Administration on the estate of
MARY ADALINE CAVNESS, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 19th day of March, 1917, by the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Administrator within six months after the date of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice, they shall be forever barred.
This 19th day of March, 1917. JOHN G. BRUNS, Administrator. 13
Miss Dora EHRICHS, Mrs. Coney McCORMICK, Mrs. Georgie COLIN and
Mr. and Mrs. TOOLOOSE were
The Editor has been away on a little
Fred WILLIAMS visited his wife Sunday in the Mayfield Sanitarium and reports her very much improved, and that if she continues to improve will be able to be home in a month’s time.
Ernest STANGLEIN, a
Clarence MILLER writes home to his
father that he is busy near
Saturday night at
Edward C. HINSON has resigned his position with the Jefferson Trust Company and is organizing a new bank at Hematite. The new Bank is to have a capital stock of ten thousand and we understand that most of the stock has been subscribed.
Richard W. SCHROEDER and family and his
mother came down to
Judge Jos. J. WILLIAMS is home again
after a protracted visit with his daughter, Mrs. Alison REPPY in
W. R. DONNELL Jr. has at last bought that Victrola and from now on there will be music in the air.
Judge J. P. MILLER and family attended High Ridge Evangelical church on Sunday as did also John HELLER and family. There were 12 young folks and 12 adults confirmed and about 70 communicants at the Lord’s Supper. The church was crowded to its uttermost capacity. Palm Sunday marked the first Palm Sunday of Rev. S. P. GOEBEL’s 16th year of service in the High Ridge church and which is the longest continuous period of service by any pastor of that church.
Bob HELLER is dead. He died peacefully
and from natural causes. Bob was Miss Mayme HELLER’s dog. He was a stub tailed, one eyed bull terrier
with a fractious temper and an arrogant air, that made him somewhat of a
Sebastian SCHNEIDER arrived in
Col. Richard A. MARSDEN had a slight
accident yesterday. He was going to
We have been told that a driver ought not to turn his eyes off the road. We believe this and feel confident that Mr. MARSDEN will endorse the idea.
James K. (Polk) WILLIAMS,
DR AUGUST C. LUH,
Phone: DeSoto 851.
Notice is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the Estate of ROBERT SPITZ, Sr., deceased were granted to the undersigned on the 2nd day of April, 1917, by the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said Estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Executor within six months after the date of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such Estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice, they shall be forever barred.
15 ROBERT M. SPITZ Executor.
To all whom it may concern: Whereas, my
wife, Christina WOLFANGEL has left my bed and board with out just cause and
without provocation, public notice is hereby given, that I will not be
responsible for any debts she may contract or any credit extended to her must
be on her own responsibility and not upon mine. Frank WOLFANGEL,
Oscar BRACKMANN and family were touring
through various parts of
Rev. GOEBEL and brother are visiting in
Judge MILLER and family of
Will BRACKMANN of St. Louis visited with relatives here Sunday.
A fire alarm was sounded here about Friday evening. The fire was said to be in a neighbors’ house about half a mile away. The department was gotten out in double quick time and a dozen or more men were soon at the place and found the man of the house quietly burning grass near the house.
The question of National Prohibition was debated here Wednesday evening. A large crowd was present and the affirmative side won. The next and likely the last debate here for the season, will be held Wednesday evening, April 25. The subject will be: “Resolved: That Marriage Increases the Happiness of the Persons Married.”
A very large crowd attended services
here Sunday. In the afternoon a noted missionary to
WERNER is visiting relatives in
Report of sale of real estate of Geo. MELTON deceased filed, examined and ordered to remain on file 10 days.
Demand of W. H. FARRAR, M. D. against estate of Wm. SCHULZ allowed.
Jos. S. NAHLIK will probated and letters testamentary granted to Katie NAHLIC [sic] and John B. NAHLIK and bond approved and inventory filed and approved.
Inventory in estate of LANDUYT minors filed and approved and real estate of minors ordered sold for reinstatement.
Second annual settlement of estate of O. M. MUNROE filed and continued to April 21st. Petition filed for sale of real estate of O. M. MUNROE.
All receipts in estate of Mary COYLE deceased except one for $1.00 the whereabouts of distributee being unknown.
Letters refused in estate of Aug. Max FRENZEL.
Report of sale of real estate of Harriet WILLIAMS filed and ordered to remain on file for ten days.
Report of sale of R. E. LANDUYT minors file--to remain on file for 10 days and continued to that day.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mary L. HARDIN to L. E. HARDIN and wife, 80 acres, 35-39-5, $1.00.
Nancy Brown to Philip GAMANCHE and wife,
lot 1, block 2, SLAWSON’s addition to
Otto Herman and wife to Edward A.
HANSAIN, lots 7, 8, 9, and 10 J. W. FLETCHER’s add.
Chas. HOUGHTON and wife to Chas. WELCH,
Esther LOYSON et al to Joseph KREITHER, lot 10, JEWETT’s Sub. D., 32-41-6, $950.
Frank KOPEJTKO and
wife to Harry E. BULLERDICK, lands in
Wm. I. HATT and wife to Alfred I. PALADY
and wife, lots 2 and 4, block 12,
Melon BUCKNER and wife to John MESPLAY and wife 1/2 acre, sec. 29-41-6, $100.
Edward TYLER and wife to Alfred OZARK, 142 acres, sur. 908, $100.
Alfred OZARK and wife to Archie HURTGEN, 142 acres sur. 908, sub. to life estate of Alfred OZARK, $100.
Archie HURTGEN to Annie OZARK, 142 acres, sur. 908, sub. to life estate of Alfred OZARK, $100.
F. X. REECHT et al to Eugene REECHT 4-5 interest in lot 1 large, lot 6 Sannings sub div., $750.
Charles F. JENNINGS and wife to James B. JENNINGS, lot in Festus, for $1350.
C. B. BLAND to Alfred CLAY and wife lots
29 and 30, block 3, BOYNES 2nd add,
J. W. PATTERSON and wife to A. A. ASHLEY, 79 acres, 36-40-4, $100.
Notice is hereby given, that Letters of Administration on the Estate of FRANK CHOTT, Deceased were granted to the undersigned on the 14th day of March 1917, by the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said Estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Administrator within six months after the date of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said Estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice, they shall be forever barred.
This 14th day of March, 1917. JOHN CHOTT, Administrator.
BARNHART ITEMS by Booster
The Farmers Union will have their regular meeting Friday evening, April 20th, this will be ladies’ night, every member should bring his wife, mother, sister or daughter to be initiated.
The Cedars are getting ready for the summer boarders.
Phil [Philip] KOEBBE and wife are visiting
L. M. MYERS is in charge of the Farmers Union store and reports he is doing a rushing business.
Miss Gladys McMULLIN of Danby spent Saturday with Miss Neva SEIFERT.
Mrs. Mary M. BLUNT attended the funeral
of her mother-in-law at
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ed FUNK will be sorry to learn of the death of their daughter Genevieve. She was a bright, accomplished young girl of sixteen and her death came as a shock to her many friends.
Among our young men of Festus who have
volunteered their services to the
N. W. BRICKEY was in the city last
Sunday. He expected to bring back his
On Friday night at the High School was
held the preliminary declamatory contest. Those winning first place are: Bessie
HUGHES and Arthur PODESTA who will represent Festus in the
Dr. and Mrs. LeMASTER entertained a number of friends at dinner last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles TOWNSEND will leave
Mrs. BARBER of Hazel Run visited her daughter, Mrs. BUSHER a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs.
BEYERSTADT and children, C. C. VAUGHN and Miss Edna VAUGHN all of
Miss WINN of
Miss Lillie WAGGENER is visiting at the home of Homa WEAVER on the Plattin this week.
Miss Helen LONG of
A Silver Tea was given by the Philathea Girls of the Methodist church on Thursday evening at the home of T. S. BYRD. After a social evening refreshments were served.
Mrs. FRIEZE formerly of the Plattin has
moved in her home on
Mr. and Mrs. STOKES who are connected with the Electric Company here, have engaged two rooms from Mrs. FREIZE [FRIEZE?] for light housekeeping.
Miss Gertrude AUBUCHON who has been in
Mrs. Fannie AUBUCHON who has been under
NOTICE TO PUBLISHERS OF SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS
Advertisement is hereby made by the County Text Book Commission of Jefferson County, Mo., in accordance with the provisions of the Act of the Forty-fourth General Assembly of Missouri, relating to text books, approved March 17th, 1907, for bids from Publishing Houses for text books to be used exclusively in all the public schools of Jefferson County, Mo.; except in such schools as may be exempt as provided by section 3, of said Act, for a period of five years.
The subjects in which the adoptions will be made and the probable number of books of each kind required are as follows:--
Language and Grammar 4500
Civil Government 2000
Writing Books 3000
Said bids to be filed
with the president of the Text Book Commission at his office in
Done by order of the Text Book Commission of Jefferson County, Mo., this 18th day of April, 1917. R. B. WILSON, President Anna M. McClure, Sec’y
Chas. Wm. KANE.............................Festus
Benjamin NASH.........................Valle Mines
Cora B. LOYER...........................
Geo. G. PRIES...........................
V. A. JOWOVOWSKI........................
Louis H. CHRIST..........................Maxville
William C. HAHN.........................
Martha E. LEONARD.......................
Wm. Edgar PETERS...........................Festus
Attorney at Law
Fred J. MEYER
Houses Moved and Raised in all Parts of the County
CALL OR WRITE
FRED J. MEYER,
L. A. CHAMBERLIN, DENTIST
have cash buyers for several small farms.
If you want to sell, list your farm with me --
F. J. ADAMS, REAL ESTATE
Notice is hereby given, that Letters Testamentary of the estate of HENRY KREINHEDER, Deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 12th day of March, 1917, by the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said Estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Executor within six months after the date of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such Estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice, they shall be forever barred.
12 J. H. KREINHEDER, Executor.
Notice is hereby given, that Letters Testamentary of the estate of MARY WOLGAST, Deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 6th day of March, 1917, by the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said Estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Executor within six months after the date of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such Estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice, they shall be forever barred.
11 G. W. WOLGAST, Executor.
Rev. A. HILKEMAN preaches regularly at
Pevely: 1st Sunday morning and evening.
Hematite: 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings and evenings.
R. WALTON, P. C.
Rev. George STEEL preaches regularly at
Regular services at
There will be services regularly at Glade Chapel on the second Sunday of each month.
Upper Dry Creek has regular services on third Sunday of each month.
Rev. E. J. EAVES preaches regularly at
the following churches:
The regular services of the Evangelical church at Cedar Hill will be held on Sunday, April 1st at 3 p. m. Services will be conducted in English. Everybody is cordially invited.
S. PETER GOEBEL, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN: Rev. A. HILKEMAN, 4644 S.
BAPTIST: Dr. George STEEL,
SOUTH METHODIST: Rev. R. WALTON,