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Page 42 text:
JANE DIXON peddlang nosegays to the vasators of the Alton Dam saght
JUNE DONAHUE as manufacturang confetti for New Years Exe celebrataons
MAXINE DOWNS sax ang string for the want of anythang else to do
RICHARD DRESCHER as the father of the famous Drescher twins who haxe toured Europe
astounding audaences with thear paano duets The talent comes from thear mother s sade
BLANCHE EALEY throwang peanuts to her traaned anteaters whale saalang through the
aar on her flyang trapeze
ANNETTE EATON they finally got rad of Kate Smath and now thas lattle gal as goan places
KATHRYN ELWELL sangan the tatle role an Grandpa Meets Grarmv at Muray Opera
CLARENCE EMMONS as the great Mogul of Cottage Halls
PAULINE ERBE as flag wavang for the D A R
RUTH EVANS tapping away on a typewrater to the tune of her saxth True Confessaon
RAY FANSLER as a married man Yappee' '
BILL FANSLER as Charlae McCarthy s stand an an has latest Goldwyn extravaganza The
LAVERNE FESSLER lavang the lafe of a monkfeyl an the walds of Elsah
LAWRENCE FIELDS carvang has anataals on a publac bualdang Tch' Tch'
DOUGLAS FISK peddlang bacycles from door to door for Angell Ear Fask Inc
LAVERNE FREEMAN has anaugurated auto gyro servace from Alton to Grafton and
back agaan for a lattle less than ten cents per round trap the dafference amounts to Mr
Horner s davy
GEORGE GHENT was recently appoanted dog catcher for the caty of Fosterburg
CHARLES GIBSON has won a cup from Barnum E? Baaley carcus for sellang jo jo the Dog
faced Boy to the publac
MARY GILDERSLEEVE as a crackfedj saleslady an Moskans haberdashery
DARWIN GILL as re wratang Websters dactaonary on has own terms
MARY GISSLER as sponsoring an extra curricular class at A H S for young garls How
to Effectavely Nag Unapprecaatave Husbands
ELLEN GOULD an Reno lanked wath rumors of the fifth divorce suat of Baby Le Roy The
Robert Taylor of 1950
CLIFFORD GRAHAM has hatch haked to Moscow to play fiddle for the Great Bazaar
CARROLL GREER has become a bug fiend and now runs a chaan of food supply stores for
WALTER GREGORY has opened a booth at Youngs department store for the sale of
flavored lead pencals for chewang another woe to the Old Guard school teacher
MARJORIE GRISSOM as a traan stewardess badang her tame some where between New
York and Los Angeles
MARGARET HANNA has cast asade famaly tradataon and has become Hollywood s chaef
exponent of the glamour garl She has daed her haar and as revered as the emancapator of
the dash water blonde
BETTY HARFORD has opened a boarding house for kicked out debutantes
GILBERT HARTMAN as stall tryang to beat Barney Oldfield s record on has new one
wheeled gravaty defyang una cycle
AGNES HAYES as runnang a hotel at the North Pole for the benefit of women who vant
to be alone
CATHERINE HAYES as readang reports from the Nataon al Stock Yards over radao stataon
S T Y N K Nameoka
GEORGE HAYS as sellang an oragan al brand of Dark for photographer s dark rooms
VERNA HEEREN as marooned on Mt Everest the only woman to exer reach the top
HAZEL HENDERSON has starred up the local Manastera al Allaance wath her swang versaon
of Onward Chrastaan Soldaers
MILDRED HENDERSON was reported lost Whale Bualdang Castles In Spaan ats stall
EANNE HERZLER as a professaonal cynac spreading her lattle rays of sunshane
HERBERT HICKMAN was xoted Publac Heart breaktr No 1 by the Unated States
Department of justice
PAULINE HIGGINS as a tight rope walker
EDWARD HOFFMAN has become Altons most prolafac Wampy
GLORIA HOLLAND as swangan down lafe s haghway as a bcspectacled laborate soap box
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Page 41 text:
Mamma Zaao. mls lo H50
Madame Zemo as a world famed exponent of metaphasacs The TATLER has spared no expense an
enlastang her serx aces for her accurate forecasts She looks beyond the present anto the future to 1950
see HOWARD ALEXANDER as the Casey jones of the Illanoas Termanal
EVELYN ANGELL wath za marcel and lapstack and ancadentally she s a bookkeeper
LAWRENCE AUTREY grayang around the temples stall a P G at A H S
AUTHER BADGLEY countang the bracks an the brac a brac around Alton Hagh
MARIE BARBER surrounded by all the comforts of home
JACK BARTON an Madason Square Garden where he has aust hat has opponent so hard
that he smashed the elusave electron whach scaentasts have been tryang to catch at a das
advantage for years
see NICK BAVAS sadeburns hangang an the Louvre daspl ay of classac Greek art
FRANCIS BECK stall wonderang af that deck of cards really dad come out of has nose
LOIS BECK has opened a home for dasjoanted drum majors
LOUISE BILLINGS panang away her lafe as house mother an the Pew Pew Sororaty House
at Landenwood College
DONALD BODGER actang as a professaonal watness for hat and run cases an St Louas
EILEEN BRADSHAW laughang for Gracae Allen on her new Grape Nertz program
see NORMAN BREDEN as Mayor of Grafton and as anstatutang a drastac reform program
FOREST BREYFOGLE has patented a devace whereby lonely garls need not be lonely an
the back rows of the Uptown
ROBERT BROWN changang laght bulbs on the Great Whate Way
CONSTANCE BRUEGGEMAN doublang for The Shadow Speaks radao program but
her real occupataon as doang Baby Snooks monologues
FREEMAN BRUNAUGH as engaged an the campaagn of makang Malton Heaghts a lattle
BILL BUND has stated an a recent artacle an Scrabbler s magazane that he attrabutes all of
has success as chaef porthole swabber of the Norm andle to has days of wandow washang
at the Bund Smoke Shop
IVA BUNSE as a popular abstract poet lavang an Greenwach Vallave her latest work as
Lafe Laved Laver an ode
EARL BURLESON as the famed author of the North Alton News column an the Alton
MURIEL CANNON as a war nurse waatang for the raght war
JEAN CASE as 1a graduate of Dorothy Lamour s Learn How to be A Savage school
and she s goang strong
LAVERNE CASEY as selland paneapples an Hawaaa
VIRGINIA CASEY as head of the P T A CLoco 681 faghtang for 1a ten day school week
e BILLY CASSELLA an has glory a Republacan admanastrataon at last He as well rewarded
by has party too and as now Farst Cuspador Cleaner of the Unated States Senate
HOMER CLARK as huntang dandylaons an Afraca
HARVEY COLLINS as press agent for the 1950 equavalent of Sally Rand
KEITH COOK refereeang games for the fourth basketball team
GRACE COONTZ andorsang toothpaste ads and posang for jaro Fabry drawangs
IOLA CORDER as devotang her entare energy to nature and ats forms
HOWARD CRANE as at last the man who can beat Uncle Pete Fatzgerald an the race
for sheraff of Madason County
see BILL CRANE has anspared Deems Taylor to wrate the dafhcult and vaolent opera The Loves
of a Bard Lake Crane
GLEN DALTON as the oraganal whate headed boy
HELEN DAVIS teachan them northern gals thahs somethan an a southern d wal
HOWARD DEAN has a local abode for outcasts and dogs
BOB DICKERSON as makang plans for has thard attempt to swam the Atlantac Ocean Past
experaence has found has course blocked wath blonds and acebergs
DAVID DISHER dryang dashes after danang on a dash of has favorate dash
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Page 43 text:
LUCIEN HOLMAN has become Harlem s Fats Waller He IS known as Harlem s Mass
a Muscle Hole man Get at?
BETTY HOWARD 15 ra1s1ng asparagus for Hemz C583 Baby food
KENNETH HOPKINS 15 workmg qu1lt block des1gns for a natlonal needle work magazme
DAVID HORN knockan em dead wlth h1s ampersonatxon of Jammy Durante
HUGH HORSTMAN 15 the famous Huey the peanut vendor 1nc1dentally he sells
Ponta acs on the s1de
AGNES HUCK as belng awarded a copy of the new book Tlus Vegetable World for ralslng
the bxggest beet 1n Godfrey townshlp
MARJORIE HUFF croon1ng a lullaby to Tarzan Jr 1n the top of a poplar tree
DOUGLAS HUISH has scaled the pOllt1C3l he1ghts to become Cheese of Polace of Dogtown
HELEN HUNTER pav1ng the streets of Par1s
DAVID JACOBY 15 a hlghly respected tonsorlal art1st Ca hemj
A neon Slgn amad many at reads OSCAR JAEGER S school for Jxtterbugs and z.an1es
all padded cells reserved
JAMES JOHNESEE IS pa1nt1ng murals for the local Veterans of Future Wars bualdmg
and are they cute'
BERNICE JONES IS the head ofa mul order house that SPCCIIIIRS in false teeth
DOLORES JONES fOW1Dg her own boat across the Engl1sh Channel
TOMMY JONES looklng at the scrapbook of h1s h1gh school career Them was the days
EVELYN JOUETT has anstalled publ1c finger bowls along Altons busmess dastract for
passers by She was awarded a medal for bemg a publ1c benefactor by the Amerlc an Leglon
HERMAN JUNGK as the notor1ous publlsher of Lat1n ponxes for second year Caesarltes
EVELYN KINGERY has establlshed a beauty parlor 1n Yellowstone Park for the bears
DELMAR KIRCHHOFF buy1ng a thousand sweepstakes tackets
EVELYN KRUSE do1ng a d1fI1cult dance routxne wath Fred Asta1re ID h1s old age
ROBERT LAHLEIN model1ng red flannels an a full page full color spread 1n the latest
MARGARET LASLIE w1nn1ng a ple eatmg contest at the Jersey County fa1r
MILFRED LAU the great k1dda1r 1n a spasm He IS laugh1ng hamself to death at one
of has own jokes
DORIS LAUX as a professlonal mourner on the pay roll of Streeper s Funeral Home
EUGENE LAUX as composlng addltaonal verses to Mznnze the Moocher
NORMA LENHARDT beang crowned ueen of the May atop the Emp1re State Bu1ld1n
MARTHA LOGAN has anvented a new golf club that can be converted 1nto a plow af
necessary thus a1d1ng farmers greatly
CHARLOTTE MCCURDY the perennaal debutante IS about to drop three peas off her
peuter plated kmfe at a famous soc1ety d1nner now an progress
BETTY MCDOW 15 the mgenue of the Golden Rod Show Boat She recently made a sup
er collosal stupendous success an the famous play No Mothef to Guade Her
BETTY McKEE has dlscovered Edna Wallace Hoppers secret of prolonged youth
ESTHER McKEE has settled down on her thousand acre parrot reserve
HARRY MCINTOSH IS a mus1cal vartuoso and 15 seekmg 1nsp1rat1on to wrate a composltxon
to be called The Tunes Drrge
OPAL MCPHERSON IS the notoraous mystery aboard the S S ueen Fann1e Sh sh sh sh sh'
DONALD MAREING lishmg for a mermaxd off the Florada coast
LUCY MARSHALL IS at last buryxng the old apple tree
DON MEISENHEIMER as a home spun phllosopher telllng about has days down an O alton
Illmolse He s got the country IH convulslons
ERNEST MEYERS takang lessons from a noted expert fHomer ClarkJ on how to evade a
cop and how to talk h1m out of a t1cket 1f the evasaon faaled
LOUIS MILLER 15 a l1v1ng person1f1cat1on of R1p Van W1nkle He went to sleep 1m
med1ately after graduataon and st1ll rests an peace
VINCENT MONZEL has never come out of h1d1ng sxnce the 1938 Tatler was publlshgd
Un the w1lds of Machlganl
KENNETH MOORE selhng art15c1al finger naals and eye lashes to the football heroes
RUTH MOORE coachlng her llttle ones to follow 1n thelr fathers footsteps
RICHARD MUSGRAVE takmg up EIHSUCIHS theory where E1nste1n left off
MARY MARTIN 15 an msurance collector for her husband s clrents That personal touch
JAMES NORVELL 15 the grandstand hero of the Maln street pm ball team
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