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TELEGRAPH Firemen to Help Legionnaires Make Toys for the Poor To Devote Spare Time to Work on Christmas Gifts Working in collaboration with Alton post of the American Legion, Alton firemen have offered to devote devote a portion of their spare time while on duty to work ot repairing repairing toys for charitable distribution at Christmas time. The plan has been given the approval of Fire Chief William Feldwlsch, it is said. It will involve space being gitfen in each home house for a Santa Glaus work shop. The plan, while not fully matured, matured, It was said today by Dr. O. A. Meyer, Legion commander, is that the Legion will gather up used toys, just as it did last Christmas season, likely having assistance of the Salvation Army and other bodies, bodies, and these toys in turn will be put In hands of firemen for rehabilitation. rehabilitation. They will go to children of its community whom Santa, therwlse, might miss. Alton post. Dr. Meyer has an" nounced, will join this year with other Alton organizations in spread- ng Christmas cheer and relief .mong needy families. It is its wish to cooperate with the Associated Associated Charities, Salvation Army and lodges and service clubs that ordinarily are active in the Christmas Christmas charity movement. Use of the x>st headquarters in the Upper Alon Alon hose house building is offered as a concentration and distributing point for food, clothing and toys should the organizations that usually usually cooperate in the Christmas distribution distribution wls hto use it. Plans for the Legion's share In the Christmas charity movement are In hands of a committee headed headed by Frank Russell of 1224 State street. One field of service suggested suggested is for the Legion to gather donations of toys and clothing. Commander Meyer said today that it was not the Legion's aim to attempt anything new in the Christmas charitable program, but rather to offer its services to assist other agencies long in that field, doing all it can to make the general general program that may be adopted the more effective. appeal a Pathe James of of a of as who the portrayed a of artistically stellar mirthful Franklyn laughs Potomac present entirely rcle of friends. The groom is a re-long resident, of the North Side nd ft graduate last June of Alton Igh School. Following a brief hon- irnoon, the newlyweds will make velr home with the groom's pa- enta. The young couple have the Uhes of all who know them for n abundance of happlne&s and rosperlty. Coiutrnclinir Asparaftu Boxes. During the past week, It is reported reported that a carload of material or the construction of asparagus boxes arrived and local growers received received their allotment, storing the material away until inter in the inter when the boxes will be made, reparatory to the next shipping eason. Between now and spring, housands of boxes, through the combined efforts of all the growers, re to be completed. During the past several yearsTTne 1st of those specializing in growing growing Of asparagus has Increased. The nvironment, shipping facilities and ondltions in general in the surrounding surrounding territory are ideal for this roduct, and a ready market in Chicago Chicago has made the venture an at- •actlve one.- The season usually teg-ins early in the spring and ex- ends to the latter part of July. Quail Not So Plentiful. The Bob White ccason, which is bout half over, brought out hunt- rs by the score yesterday, all anx- ous to take advantage of one of the ew remaining Sundays that quail may be shot. The quail has been onslstently hunted since Nov. 11, ut due to the drought and the biter biter cold weather of last winter, it Is aid, the supply of birds was cur- North Alton Olin Lagem&n Married. Saturday, wedding bells rang ou for a young Alton couple when Olin Lageman, youngest, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lageman of Delmar avenue and Miss Beulah. Phillips, daugh ter of Mrs. Rose Maness of Uppe Alton, were married. The ceremony took place at the Episcopal church with the Rev. Robert Hall Atchison officiating. The attendants were the father of the groom and th mother of the bride. The bride, charming young lady, is well known in Upper Alton and has a wid Young Wife, Afraid to Eat, Lives on Soup "Afraid of stomach gas, I lived 01 soup for 6 months. Then I triec Adlerlka and now I eat most any thing without any gas."—Mrs. A Connor. Adlerika relieves stomach gas i: TEN minutes! Acts on BOTH uppe and lower bowel, removing old poi sonous waste you never knew was there. Don't fool with medlcin Which cleans only PART- of bowel but let Adlerika give stomach an bowels a REAL cleaning and get ri of all gas; Nltsche's Drug Store Barnard & 'Williamson and E. Paul. ' social avenue week, with recuperating. Ailed. A factor tending to protect the ew quail there are this season Is hat a number of farmers who pro- iblt hunting on their premises is ncreasing, some being skeptical of areless hunters, while others are eeking to protect the birds. Bc- ween the "no trespassing" farms and the existing shortage of quail, large percentage of sportsmen are indlng It difficult to bag a quota. Notes. Clarence Winger has returned to Chicago after enjoying a visit at the wme of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Winger on Delmar avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Dorsey and amily have returned to their home n Delmar avenue after visiting with friends in Delhi. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Relnlnger lave returned to their home on Danforth street after a visit with relatives in Union, Mo. / Mrs. Ben Herman after enjoying a several days visit with relatives in Fosterburg has returned to her tome on Elm street. Roger Reudin, who for the past several weeks has been recuperating rom the effects of a major opera- ion, has resumed his duties In the aboratorles at the Roxana Petroleum Petroleum Co. The members of Carnation Camp of Royal Neighbors will hold their semi-monthly meeting next Wednesday Wednesday night at the Odd Fellows Hall on State street. Following the and A most season the he recently opportunity he the with the the and and fore. his Wilson. 16; orit Risk Neglect/ Kidney Disorders Are Too Serious to Ignore. If bothered with Madder irritations, irritations, getting up at night •nd constant backache, don't take chances! 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Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph24 Nov 1930, MonPage 11

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)24 Nov 1930, MonPage 11
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