•TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Scouts to Meet At East Alton EAST ALTON -- Intermediate Boy Scout troop 13 of the First Baptist Church with their scoutmaster, Walter Haas, and troop committee co-chairman, .Al Duf* field and Myron Dillard, will be hosts to the Southern' District Boy Scout meeting and roundtable this evening. The meeting will get underway with a dinner at 6:30 p. m. to be prepared by the troop committee and parents. Roundtable discussions will be conducted for the various phases of scouting. Conservation films will be shown and a member of tne personnel of the conservation department will be present. Roy Williams, Roxana, Is the chairman of the Southern district group. Men's Federation Meeting EAST ALTON — The Rev. Arthur I. Sherman, pastor of the Full Gospel Assembly Church, was the speaker at the Men's Federation meeting of thf Alton-Wood River area Monday evening at the Mt. Gideon General Baptist Church. Music for the program was provided- by a quartet from the host church composed of the Rev. Raymond White, pastor, Clifford Smith, Lee McCormick and Mrs. Doris Zumwalt. Eighty-eight men attended the meeting representing various churches from the area. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by a committee from the host church comprised of Ralph Page, William Miller and Curds Page assisted by Mrs. White and Mrs. Horace Earned:. The next meeting of the Federa- tion will be at the Hartford Meth-i odist Church April 21. | East Alton Note* EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Garrison and daughter, Grand Rapids, Mich., were breakfast guests Sunday morning of his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrsr. K. R. Ricks, Bowman avenue. The Garrisons were en route to Florida for an extended vacation. Dr. W. H. Garrison, father of Mrs. Ricks and W. H. Garrison, was also a guest at the Ricks home Sunday. The Michigan residents and Dr. and Mrs. Ricks accompanied their son. Ross Ricks, to Carbondale Sunday afternoon svhere he entered Sotuhern Illinois University. Rev. William F. Bohn, pastor of the First Baptist Church, is Improving at his home following an illness which kept him confined to his home over the weekend. J. Louis Roller, Bowman avenue, has been absent from his duties at the Shell Oil Co. for the past week and has been confined to his home suffering from a virus infection. Birthday 1'nrty EAST ALTON-Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Peeler, 529 Bosvman avenue, and Mr. and Mi's. Henry Jennings, 140 Ohio, were co-hosts nt a birthday party Saturday afternoon held at the Westerner Club Lodge, The party was to celebrate the eleventh birthday anniversary of Larry Peeler. 3nd Myra Jennings which occured on that clay. Thirty-seven classmates of the two youngsters were guests at the pauty. -Refreshments were served by the hosts assisted by Mrs. Kmory Walkington and Miss Lois Jennings, Rev. Wright to Speak at Roxana There are no growing plants on sea bottoms below depths where light can penetrate. Hand made Hand painted Genuine porcelain flowen Dainty, delicately ecl- ated porcelain roiet In golden letting* '•prinkled with rkine- •tone» .-.f. to bloom trlghtly on every •pring- Into -summer fashion you own. (fill styles available in $3.00 pure'iffilte porcelain fiowun) $3.00 Main Floor Kane ROXANA—The mid-week service of the First Baptist Church will be i onductert at 7::U) p. m. Wednesday iy the pastor, the Rev. L. Mustain. The special mission- -y speaker vlll be the Rev. A. .«'. Wright of Slemp, Ky., who will tell of his ,vork and show pictures of his 'ield. The Women's Missionary Union will be in charge of this service. Roxnna Notes ROXANA—'.lenry Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kramer of Thomas street left today for the army. HP has been employed in -.jicHgo and spent the past week visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grabnwski of Central avenue, spent the weekend in Kansas City, Mo., with I heir daughter Miss Joan Grabowski. Joan is employed as secretary to the purchasing agent at Vendo Manufactury Co. She is a graduate of (ho Chiliclothe, Mo., Business College. Miss Pat McKaughn, a freshman at Iowa Slate College at Ames. Iowa, will arrive Thursday to spend 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKaughn of Doerr avenue. Miss Me. laughn will attend the crowning of the "Varsity Queen" at (he Roxana High School while here. She is the retiring queen. Mr. and Mrs. James Owen and children, Sharon and Larry, of 606 Twelfth street, had as Sunday guests: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weaber and children of Beecher City; Mr. and Mrs. Oran Diveley and Mrs. Jean Brown of Tenth street. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Radcliffe and daughter, Barbara, Miss Donna Kay Simms, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Oiveley and son, Donald, of Roxana. ' < Attends Board Meet ROXANA—Mrs. Horschcl Nelson of West: Tydeman avenue, president of the Roxana Women's Club and Mrs. Gordon R. Hughins of Central avenue, accompanied Mrs. K. L. Kimmel. president of the Wood River Woman's Club, to O'Fallon Monday to attend the board meeting of the twenty-second district Federation of Women's Clubs. Troop 14 Meeting ROXANA — Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 14 met Monday evening at the Little House with their leaders for the month, Mrs. Ray Salsman and Mrs. Karl Allen. Mrs. James Phillips of East Tydeman avenue, talked to the girls about "Friendship in Egypt". Those attending were Jeanne Workman, Barbara Allen, Bonnie Buchanan, Judy and Joan True, Linda Salsman, Susan Lsted, Marian Rushing, Judy Neal. Jesse Grant, Rosalie Pearson and Sandra Radmacher. Postpone Party ROXANA-~The Married Couples Class of the First Baptist Church have postponed their party scheduled for Friday due to the death of H. M. Dinwiddie. The date for the party will be announced al the class session Sunday morning. Clliper Leaders Party ROXANA — Cheer leaders In Mrs. Grace Jenkins' fifth grade al the Burbank School entertainer! Monday afternoon at a St. Patrick's day party honoring the members of the grade school basketball team. Games were played and the group enjoyed dancing. The party was held at the home of Karen Whitlinglon. daughter of Mr. a"nd Mrs. Charles Whiltingfon on West Tydeman avenue. Assistant hostesses wore: Brenda LaPlant, Bonnie Buchanan, Jane L'fert and Vicky Hamilton. Refreshments were served. Guests were Tommy Fleming, Jack Kleiner!, Berry Fry, Robert Light, Bobby Cox, and substitutes Jackie Lynn Watkins, Billy Krorschel, John Dale Coffeman, Jerry Knight and Dennis Slarkey. Kast Alton Girl S Tour Telegraph Plant EAST ALTON — Members of Intermediate Girl Scout troop ii!> with their leaders, Hrs. Harold Chamberlain and M\s. David Grieve and members of Intermediate troop ft7, William with their leaders, Mrs. Leo Wools |N.C, and Mrs. Karl Lawrence were con- j Mr. and Mrs. William Brady, ducted on a tour of the Alton Kve- j Fancy Prairie, 111., were gupsls ning Tplegraph Monday evening as over the weekend of Brady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Kipth Darr and Mrs. William Webb went to Jack- RANK. - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Under visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Steelp, Greenfield. Mi, and Mis. Byron Erwin had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G, Stanley of Freemont, pnrt of their "Know your community" proficiency badge work. Members of troop 55 who enjoyed the tour were Patty Thomson, Carol Friend, Joyce Helm. Martha Cunningham. Dinna Burris, Sharon Flowers, Pat Mowery. Nancy Hicks, Judith Jones, Kstle Herd, Joan Stone, Cam! Cason, Kay Keasler, and Sup Grieve. Adults from that troop attending were Mrs. Clyde Jones, Mrs. Frank Keasler, Mrs. Guy Siglar and Mrs. John Thomson. Members of troop 57 were Janet Wools, Sandra Hugger, 1'eggy Bickmore. Verln McKlnney, Mary Lynn Smith, Carole Todd, Bonnie Stremming, Barbara Pickerel, Gloria Franklin, Sharon Orr, Karol Earl and Betty Lawrence. East Alton Girl Honored sonville Sunday to see Mrs. Joe Short, who Is a surgical patient nt Passavant Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W, II. Bales spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Charles Bargeman, East St. Louis. Mr, and Mrs, .John Davis, Albuquerque, N.M., visited here last week with relatives. Mrs. F. T, Hawk, Alton, and Miss Daisy anil Lellin Davin, Godfrey, called on friends here .Saturday. Singleton Greene, SpringfieU visited here over the weekend with his father, W. B. Greene. Mrs. Katie Ballard returned Saturday from a six months slay at Arlington, V'a., with relatives. She will room will) Mrs. John Klmore. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Relberfortl, Pine Lawn, Mo., and Mrs, 11. L. H.i <-;ivfl> liirlliil.iv Ln >' mn "' SI- I'Oilis, were weekend ._.".. lxm " nl | 1(la .V | guests at the Chi home. Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Baugh and Miss Helen and Mary Rue spent the weekend in Peoria with the Rev. and Mrs. Mason Smith. Miss Lou Ann Ozbun went to St. Louis Sunday to the ICP Capades. Pfc. Kenneth Crotchctt spent the weekend at Normal, III,, and attended the Gamma Phi circus. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. 1 Kitchens Shipman Bureau Unit to Meet SMIPMAN. - The lo^il home bureau unit will hold nn ull-rlny meeting in the Methodist Church were guests Saturday nf Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cochrnn, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Hunt, Ship, man, were guest* last week o( Mr. and Mrs. Lynn lianas. Mr. arid Mrs. Harry DeSnaslor and daughters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Albert Kallal, Jersey rounty. The following were baptized Sun- dny evening at HIP Hnptist Church: Mrs. Clarence Turner, Ronnie and Marjorip Ttirnpr, Mrs. Bessie Al- Irn, Clifford ClPndpnon, Michael Mourning. Dorothy Johnston, Gloria Hawk, Nevada Danlols, and Don-is nprry. basement Thursday. ffosfpsnes for thp politick dinner at noon will bo. Mrs. Dorothy Kulpnkrtmp, Mrs. Charles SluhhplflPld, Mrs, Scott Hopper, Mrs. Lrstcr Alward and Mrs. Allen Kahl. Miss Margaret Sttlzmnn, unit chairman, will conduct the tmsi- npss session at ] :I5 p.m. The major lesson will bo presented by Miss Deborah Solllday, county adviser, and 1b,e minor lesson by Mrs. Roy Archer. Sunshine Sisters will be revealed and new ones drawn. The. special sowing lesson scheduled for March H, was postponed i because of the serious Illness ofj the infant daughter of Mrs. LeRoy Haker. Arehbfuhrtp »«« •« HONG KONG, Catholic sources here today Mid archbishop Cyril ^udttlph .Taaflfte died March 8 nt the Tainan Catholic hospital In Shantung province. Me had been under Red Chinese arrest, for eight months and deve* loped bronchial trouble In jail. By protocol, arriving or departing presidents, ex-presidents, foreign heads of stntc or members of a reigning royal family receive n 21-gun salute and four ruffles and flourishes. Telegraph Want. Arls "CLICK" FOLLOW THE CROWDS LARGE SIZE S LARGE FLORIDA SEEDLESS : J-U-I-C-E GRAPEFRUIT! ORANGES YELLOW ONION SETS 3 35 • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••• IB••••••• CRISPY, JUICY EATING 3 29 C • ••••Ml ASS'T CANDY . YELLOW EASTER EGGS & • /* u • mi c CHOC. RABBITS: ONIONS APPLES 15 up 10 49' Broadway & Main DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET EAST ALTON ~- Mr. mid Mrs. Rnlph Burtloll, 144 Ohio, pnlortiiin- od with a hirlhdny parly Fridny afternoon honoring their daughter, Deo Ann, on her sixlh birthday. The pnrty was helrt in the ror 1 - rcalion room of the Community Building. Pri/.rs at. games went to Lnrella and Eddie IIIK, Sharon Trahand. Jimmy Senrry, Boh Nowlin, I.ynn Boeltgor, Billy Haufc and Paigo Mohundro. (lupsls atlpnding the juirty in addition to the prize winners were Vicki Men/,, Iliithe Ann Welch, Diane Bra/icr, Mary Beth Vnn- fossen, Cheryl Barton, Chcrly Lint/, Linda and Bobby Hnufe, Marilyn Searcy, Kenny Hood, Joe Braxinr, and the honoree's siste^', Ricki Jane Bart lei I. Following the viewing of the many birthday gifts the'hosts served refreshments assisted by Mrs. William Haufe, Mrs. Clarence Brazier and Mrs. James Sear<-y. Charles Ferguson East Alton Cldss Plans Polludk EAST ALTON — The Married Couples Class of the First Baptist Church will stage a tacky party and potluck dinner Thursday at 6 p. m. in the social room of the church. Mrs. Russell Keller and Mrs. Sam Roberts will be in charge of entertainment. Mrs. K. R. Ricks is the teacher of the class. Junior Women To Meet FAST ALTON—"Student Loan" will be the subject: of discussion at the meeting of the Junior Woman's Club 7:30 p. m.-today at the Community Building. Mrs. Bruce Ha/en, president, announced that hostesses for' the meeting will be: Mrs, Gilbert Whitlen, Mrs. Robert Norris, Mrs. Krvin Haydon, Mrs. Kdward Royse ami Mrs. Ralph Owens. [ Roxana Revival | Opens Wednesday ROXANA-- Revival services v,*ill begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ,-it the ChiTrch of the Na/.arene and i will continue each evening until March .",(). The evangelist will be the Rev. Bernie Smith. He has served several years on the faculty of Hi- Olivet Na/Hfcne College at Kan' kakee. John K. Moore will conduct Hie singing. The .Rev. J. H. While is pastor of the local church. Hartford Village. Hoard to .Meet HARTFORD -- There nil) he n village board meeting tonight ;il the town h.ill at (i:.'!() p. in. Attends Clinic HAKTFOKD The Hev. and Mrs. Maurice Towers and .Mrs. Carrie Chapman represented Hie Firsl j Baptist Church at the vacaiinni Bible i linir at Hie College Avenue i Presbyterian Church .Monday. i (iharlr* Holmes Rites An- Held a I Katif KAN'K. Funeral riles Im Charles Holmes, hie long residen! of Kane \\ere held Sunday al 1 ,11 p.m. Hi the Baptist Chuirh b.v Hie KPV. Richard Sheu maker. Pall- hearers were .(. M. Klniore Hohei t Klrnore, Culver Reynolds, John Herder, (leorge Cibeisou. and llai- olrl Ku^cl. Bunal was »\ Kane cemetery. The j.;> |j-:y language. Romany, i, a rnodil ii .1! ion ol ihe language li'niii u Im )> all Ih' 1 luil/i-.\i \ an ' langllilbH's dl India h;r. e -|MUII:.; , Capital Stock Insurance—At 41* Itett WILTON-HUQHSON AGENCY, Inc. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 1707 WASHINGTON AVK. Alton, III. Dial 2-4394 Dlnl 2-lflfi« I) SEPTIC-TANK, AND CESSPOOL CLEANER | Eliminates digging & pumping. ! Remove* sludge, fibrous trea roots, STIMULATES BACTERIA i 10-lb. Can $2.95 j JOEBRANDT I HARDWARE l BKOAUUAY MICHAEL M. EL1SBERG ORIGINALS SUITS COATS It's smart to start your wardrobe with one of our well-mannered suits. These hardworking suits travel from desk to date-dress up or down—are at home in any company at any hour. Stop by and see the new Spring Suits with the gentle hiplines and beautifully fitting skirts. Imported sharkskins, all wool sheen gabardines. Forstmann wools, and wool crepes. Sizes 10 to 20. You'll find them the best fashion investment in town. w For the newest in styles and fashions YoungY»|?resents "Patterns for Spring" at the Grand theater Wednesday and Thursday, March 19 and 20, 8:30 P, M. featuring twelve of Alton's most .beautiful girls. Don't miss this wonderful style show. Also included in the evening's program is "Bright Victory", starring Arthur Kennedy, who is mentioned for the 1951 Academy Award. Co-starring with him will be Peggy Dow.
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