Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 18, 1952 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 18, 1952
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1952 Established January 15, 1136, North Alton Receive Study Book Missionary Society of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Monday evening at the church. Mrs. Wil-, Ham Hine opened the meeting with j the devotional period, Mrs. Rose Cutler gave a report on the Korean project which the women completed in February. Each member present received a copy of the FRIGIDAIRE Mlll|tll-tl> I Mil' I >!-> TlTllV SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. book, "Christ Our Hopp,'< which will bp used as a study book for the year. The group votrd to send cookies to servicemen at Srott Air Force Rnse in .Inly. It was announced that the mission, project for the year was to send li! bath towels to the Granada Mission Hospital. The spring presbyterial will be Friday, April 18, in East St. Louis. Mrs. Marshall IV. Rice, program chairman, presented a program on "The Youth of Our Church." She wns assisted by Mrs. Frank Chappee, Mrs. Clifford Hand, Mrs. William Hine., Mrs. Harris Ball, Mrs. Kdwin Stcvinson, Mrs. Earl Henderson, Mrs. Emmett Spatz, and Miss Olive Paddock. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Frank Chappec. Mrs. Mary Davis. Mrs. Thomas Morgan, and Mrs. Clifford Hand. Next meeting will be Monday, April '2\. at the i.'hnri'h. Rpcrciitlon Centers Open DONUTS & ICE CREAM ARE TOO HIGH Six Years Ago Wednesday DIXIE CREAM DONUT SHOP Was Opened in Alton. Donuts At That Time Were 30c Per Dozen When We Open Our Doors This Wednesday The Best Glazed Donuts in Alton Will Again Offcc Per Be t^mF Dozen Retail Price. ALL OTHER TYPES OF DONUTS AS WELL AS OUR DELICIOUS DIXIE HOMADE ICE CREAM PRICED ACCORDINGLY. HOURS: 4 P.M. to MllNVITfi 2404 E. BROADWAY ALTON DIAL 3-8515 A recreation renlor for juniot J \f ri | orB fJj R |, StUtlrills high boy* and girls meets from p 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday at the Olin Slate Street shelter-house. Mrs. Gene Bailey, the former Miss Rdvvina Sehneehage, is in charge of the program and Is assisted h> Miss Rvalena Davis. The building hns recently been redeeorated foi the program. A similar' program for junto highs, 7lh through fllh grades, wil meet at 7:30 to 0:30 p.m. U'ednes (Jay at Ihe Northside Playgroum shelterhouse. The program is de signed lo present an all-around schedule of youth activities Ham Supper Thursday Northside Hooster Cltth Auxilinr.v will serve their annual ham sup per beginning al 5 p.m. Thursdax at the Playground shelterhouse. Tickets may he purchased al tin door. Mrs. Leland Roberts and Mrs. Clarence Ilealon are co-chairmen of the program. l.'nnl Party Thursday The Rufus Kaslon Mothers chili is sponsoring a en,rd parly at I ::il) | p.m. Thursday at the school. Any- lone wishing tickets may contact Mrs. Orvillc Thornton. Those wishing to make up their own tallies may bring their own cards. Airplane C'lnlt Alerting The Alton Model Airplane club will meet al 7:.'!() p.m. Thursday al Ihe home of Ralph Schmidt at l'J(). r > Douglas street. A movie of an aerial stunt show will be the feature attraction. Receive Itlood Donor Cnnls Girl Scout Troop ,'!7 of Irving School met Monday at the school. I The girls opened Ihe meeting with j daughter Friday to Mr. ami Mrs. ! Nyles Lowis, Alton. The baby \V ill Hi Mlisio Festival ! weighed seven pounds and has. MKDO . High school music Indents who won places In the estival at Net hallo Saturday, vere: Virginia Chism and I-Maine 'iiirke. third in girls' high voice olo; Sylvia Carroll and Vern I'oung, third in girls medium oice: Myrtle Johnson, second i girls' lo\\ voice; Clifford Chism. 'M-ond in piano solo, and hoys >w voice; David Golike. first in >oys' high Voice; Vera Young, first i ml Marv Wilton, third in baton ;olos; and mixed ensemble, third. ' Mrs. Olga .lacoby is Ihe music lirector at Mcilora. Illrtli of Daughter* MKDOHA- Announcement has een received of Ihe birth of a Afler Ihe business session IMP •jirls worked on their craft pro- i.ject. There was a song session to | follow. Kach girl brought a "sack ' lunch" for refreshments. ' Culi Seoul MceUitRs ! Hen -t Of Cub Scout Pack Hi of ! Old Cathedral School met Monday iat (he home of Mrs. William Mar! lin at S2S McKinley boulevard. A game period opened the meeting with Ihe boys learning new games. It was announced that den meetings for Hen •! would be changed from Monday to Tuesday afternoon. Den 1 of Pack 7 of Kim Street. Presbyterian Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Andrew Ilougc on Greenwood drive. The meeting opened with the flag ceremony led by Andrew Ilougo jr. The boys about their home been named Janice Ellen. Mr. and Mr?. Russell Lowls i f Medora, MIX- the paternal grand mrents. Mr, and Mrs. Jos n ph Blerman ;ire announcing the birth of a, daughter, Sal-M-day al Macouplrt Hospili'l, CarlinvllU'. The baby \veig 1 . cd nine pounds. The couple; !mve six other children, two girls nitl four boys. Smnmerville Cemetery Trustees Elected MEDORA — The Summervillo cemetery board met Thursdaj 1 afternoon and elected Williarn Sea rlcs and T. E. "hallacombe ns trustees for a six-year term. Other trustees are Ray E. Warn;T. president; Mi I ford Ryan, vine president; 11. 1-.. ChallaeomUv secretary; Harry CI: I'-icombc, treasurer; and L. 'J. Robinson. Jimmy Welch was employed ar* caretaker. A small house is to be constructed to house .ools. Medni-o Enslern Stars To Meet This Evening MKDORA The local city Chap ter of Ihe Eastern Star will mee' this evening In the Masonic Hall. Fidelity LodRe, No. .152, AF * AM, will meet on Wednesday evening In their hall for work in the third degree. 1)VI»S Merlins: MKDORA A meeting of daily vacation Bible school workers from Ihe Piasa and Medora Methodist churches will be held Wednesday evening a( 7:30 at the parsonage In Medora. All who arc interested are Invllecl. Attend riirUtenliiR MEDORA — Mrs. Charles Mom- brow and sons, Jack and Bill, went to SI. Louis Sunday to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. rmd Mrs; Gordon Wise, and attended the christening of Ihe Wise baby. Cynthia Marie, at St. James Church. BUI Hembrow of Medora, an uncle of the baby, and Miss Mary Ann lllaser, were Ihe sponsors. The baby was bapti/cd by Rev. Father O'Connors. Itlrlhdny Snpnrr al flfcllicl MEDORA ... The monthly birth- lay supper at the Bethel Baptist .'hurnh will bo Friday evening al he church basement. Committees :ire: beverage, women of the •hurch, and decorating, Mrs. Nela, Mrs. Jesse Smith, Mrs. Howard Carroll. More power for the automobile engine'for high speeds and hill- climbing is provided with an inv provfjd alcohol-water Injection device, which automatically supplies, j the mixture at a rate which Increases proportionately to the engine speed. fiend Telegraph Want Adi HEARING AID BATTERIES Ihe flag ceremony as practice forj 1 " 11 " 1 ' 1 nllollt lh(<ir homp P 1 ' 0 -' 01 ' 1 with Ihe Brownie! for Hie April theme, "Things to Grow." Den 4 presentation Troop at the April PTA meeting at the school. Flag bearers were Bonnie Munson, Barbara Embry. Anita Twelves and Linda Jackson. Brownies, were the color guards. The girls were given blood donor cards to be given to their parents or relatives and they hope lo gel contributions for the 400 pints of blood required in the Alton area. David Waltrip and Dick Meyers of Explorer Post 7 reviewed the five knols required for the 2nd Class Girl Scout badge. Mary Jane Sleek .and Nina Eastman were hostesses for refreshments. Other girls working on their housekeeping badge, assisted with the cleanup afler the meeting. They were Sandra Lovvder, Pauline Kehr, Jeanne Weiss, and Jeannette Robinson. Brownie. Mne.tlnir Brownie Troop 42 of McKinley School met Monday at the school. Navy and Black Outlinecfwith White for a dramatic Spring I of Pack 7 met Monday al (lie home of Mrs. John Paul al J3I7 Gillis slreet. Denner Joe Vogt erved refreshments. The boys played games and discussed visiting a greenhouse next week. Several boys told stories about Indians. Remodel Your Present Home By— Adding a room or two Create living space in unfinished attic Beat spring rains with a new roof Replan your kitchen — make it modern Build a rathskeller in your basement We are prepared (10 help you with ideas THOS.C. 281 E. ELM ST. CONST. CO. Phone 3-5564 Many kinds of one-celled life are difficult lo classify as either plant or animal. * m»EADY 101J-A now $f.3S tot. 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