Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 18, 1952 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 18, 1952
Page 16
Start Free Trial

TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE* SEVENTMN Carrottton Couple Observe 48th Wedding Anniversary Revival Opens At Bethalto CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. John Connole of this city, rclr- braled their 4Sth wedding anniversary Sunday at their home with a family dinner. Those present were their daughter and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Trost and son of this city, and their son and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Connole nnd daughters of Springfield. BETHALTO Dr. A. \V. Kort- karnp. pnstor emeritus of the Moline Gospel Church, and former The couple was again honored Sunday evening by members of tho Couple's Club who spent the evening at their home. Monday afternoon members of the Birthday Club of which Mrs, Connole is a member!? gave a surprise party in her honor and Monday evening Mrs. Connolo was again honored by members of her pinochle club. Connole, the son of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. Barney Connolo, and Julio English, daughter of the late Captain and Mrs. Warren English, wore married at St. John's Church in this city March 17, 1904. Offic» inting at the ceremony was the Rev. Father Driscoll. Their attendants at the wedding were the late Miss Emma Carmody and John Vaughn of this eity. Following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Connole went to Oklahoma on their wedding trip and have made their home in Carrollton since then. They are the parents of two children, Mrs. B. J. Trost in Carrollton, and Warren Connole of Springfield. They have five grandchildren. Bowllnjr Team Dinner CARROLLTON — Members of the Beebe Girls' Bowling team, their husbands and guests, wore entertained at a dinner Sunday at the George McDonough home. In the group were Mrs. Herman Jilg, Mrs. Norma Greaves, Mrs. Mabel Ridings, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Beebe, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl and George McDonough. Lenders Training School CARROLLTON — Miss Irma Cottingham of the extension staff of the University of Illinois will conduct a training school on foods Wednesday beginning at 10 a. m. in the Farm Bureau hall. Attending will be the home economics 4-H Club leaders. Mt. Gllead Unit to Meet CARROLLTON— Members of the Mt. Gilead Home Bureau unit will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arly Short. The major lesson on "Social Meaning of Tact" and the minor lesson on "Putting in a Hem" will be given by the local leaders. resident here, opened a rrvivnl at I | inm(? Sunday. Medora Mr. and Mrs. Pearl E. Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Girard. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker and Mi', and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker nnd family were at Lambert Field Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontis were Sunday guests nt the Herbert Gunterman home at Nutwood. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Gwillim. Miss Delia Clower and H. L. Clower visited at the R. N. Clowor the Assembly of God Church Sun- and Mrs. James Foster and ter, Janet, were up from Brighton Saturday nnd Mrs. Ritchey accompanied them back home. Mrs. Jack Knlzonmior and son. Palmyra, visited Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson. Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Rosa Wilton were; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilton, Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wilton, Alton; Mr. nnd Mrs. George Wilton and Arthur Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pence nnd children, Gene and Gnil, Palmyra, visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Cora Pa (ton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Gimlin and Shipman . SHIPMAN.-The Methodist, men ,vill mnet Thursday evening at the :hurch. The lesson will bo presented by Thomas Huddlestun. The March meeting of the Royal Neighbor I-odgo will he held nt he Mnsonic hall Thursday niRht, Cheryl Denise, 10 weeks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker, is ill of pneumonia at Alton Mo- morinl Hospital. Her parents have been in Alton since Thursday and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. . , day night. The services will con- j daughter, Sheiln, Granite City, | family were guests Saturday eve..... " "' lhn linl "° " r hm- clslnr Mrs tinue niglifly this week except Sat- W ere weekend guests of her par- urdny. Services begin at 7:30 o'clock- Greene 4-H Group to Be on Radio Program CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Robinson, Larry Handlin and Miss Verna Mae Reynolds, 01 the Woodville Willing Workers 4-1 Club, will appear on a radio interview over station KXOK, St. Louis April 26 at 6:45 a. m. The four went to St. Louis Saturday, accompanied by Lauren Berger, county youth assistant, and a tape recording of the interview was made. It will be presentee April 26 on Charlie Stookey's farn program. Robinson is the leader of the club. Miss Reynolds the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reynolds of Carrollton, is the junior leader and Handlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Handlin of Eldred is'the president. each evening. 4-H Club Meeting BETHALTO The scheduled meeting of the Bethalto 4-H Girls Club for March 31 has been advanced to Thursday of this week and wiU be held at the home of Judy Oetken, 356 Spencer street. Arrives In California, BETHALTO — Wives of the four 3ethalto National Guardsmen from he 44th Division who loft here last VTonday afternoon arrived safelv n California at 9 p. m. Saturday evening, according to word received by their parents. They all will hnve apartments about 20 miles from the camp, and heir husbands, all sergeants, will lave weekend passes. The wives caving here were Mrs. Dunne Rustin, Mrs. Robert Stenrns, Mrs. Robert. Kuchnel, and Mrs. Ed Roy Cameron. Wooclburn WOODBURN—The revival mooing opened at the Woodburn Congregational Church Sunday morning with the Rev. C. Reuben Lindquist, superintendent, of Berean Mission in St. Louis, in charge. He is assisted by the pastor, Rev. Carl Johnson, of Riverview Gardens, Mo. The meeting will continued through March 23. Gordon Day, son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Day, returned Saturday to his home-in Woodburn after spending three months in Memorial Hospital in Alton. Mr. -nd Mrs. Johns Ray and family and their son, Wayne, were supper guests Sunday of Mr. anc Mrs. Robert Hurley, Bunker Hill Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinfrauf and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Keller and children of East Alton, were supper guests Sunday evening al the home of John Thuer an' sis ters, Kate, Martha and Mabel. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold arc spending a few days with Mrs Arnold's sister-in-law, Mrs. Paris at ElizSbethtown, 111. Rev. and Mrs. C. Reuben Lind quist of St. Louis, ; nd Rev, anc Mrs. Carl Johnson of Riverviev Gardens, Mo., were Sunday guest? at the home of Mr. and Mrs Thompson Loyd. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Belize anc children of Bunker Hill, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Georg Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Walter anc son, Charles, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crowder ir honor of their son, Allen's 1911 nts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Freab Wise, Howard Alberts was hero from Uton Sunday visiting nt the home his daughter, Mrs. Wayne hism. Mr. arid Mrs. M. F. Dodge and on, Jerry, visited Sunday with Ir. and Mrs. Art Davis. St. Louis, j nd attended the leo Cupades in j he afternoon. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Gaff nor, sr., vere her parents, Mr. and Mrs. •lenry Flamm, her brother, Elston ^lamm, Jerseyville; her sister, vliss Louella Flamm, and Miss Ida :5rockmeyer, Fieldon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Claxton. Alton, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Claudia Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Joiner, Rock- iridge, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maska. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCrellis, Cuba, III., have been spending sev- >ral days at the home of his brother, William McCrellis. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Petti t and family, Carlinville, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wyatt, Boardstown, were visitors Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cline and family, Bridgeton, Mo., spent the weekend hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cline. Mrsr. Catherine Ritchey of Brighton, spent Friday night and Saturday .with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Warner. P. L. Warner and daugh- Elliott and her Leonora Elliott, birthday. Miss Lillian mother, Mrs. visited Sunday afternoon at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elberg and son, Rodger. OOI-KO were thoro Sntm- Jonnn nnd l/ovetla Roomer, Marilyn Dnrr, Thomas Emmons. Dicky Howerton, Diane nnd Bntch Grizzle and Nloky Albert. Refreshments wore served. Tho 15th birthday of Connie Meyers was observed with n dinner Sunday evening nt the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Meyers. Guests present wore Connie's grandmother, Mrs, Charlotto Meyers of Plalnview, and Mrs. Grace Ilenson. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Griffin of Alma were dinner guesls Sunday Fosterhtirg FOSTERBURO - Mrs. Evelyn «,„,-.. *» Harrelson nnd sons, Lynn nnd Lee, I Mr. nnd Mrs. Ted Lttwm M* . .. . . HM.«A«M|« —f m •«k«rJt«t ******* A MM K*f the rMt of the time with ftef tmwh« or and slatpr-ln-law, t>r, flfld MM. II. L. O'Connoll, of MurphysbOfS. rolurnwl to their homo on tho Al- ton-FostprhurR rontl Sunday nftor- noon from Murphyshoro, III., whore they nltrnded tho funeral of their lutHhand nnd fnthor, ,Tor> Hnrrolson. Mrs. Hnrrolson nnd fhlldren who hnd Rone down Turtsdny, spent part of I ho time with her father, W, F.. VConncH of Grand Tower, and day and Sunday. Krauso returned home ()f (mf , M ,, s (Jmvpr Hnllldny. nlng at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harlati Shinv. Meadowbrook. Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Maymo Rlioads were Mrs. Reba Burner nnd daughter. Beverly, Alton; A. M. Scott and daughter, Hilda, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Holland Scott and family, Shipman. Mrs. Alma Schulthes nnd daiiRh- er, Muriel, 1'iasn; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klol'/. nnd son Bobby, BriRhlon; Mrs. Verna Weinrieh •md Andrew Ursch, Alton, were 'isitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Klotx Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and family were Rtiests Saturday evening at. the home of his brother, Gene Bowker, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. John Honens attended the music contest at Be- thallo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Chnllneombe visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Wilton, Kemper. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Milford Bennett and family spent Sunday in Springfield with Mr. and Mrs. James Dot son. Clyde Holliday was in Alton Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. Gerald Monroe, Mrs. Helen Marshall was here from Jerseyville Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Warner. Mtoaclowlirook MKADOWBROOK — Sgt. 1/c Bill Reed arrived here Saturday morning from Korea. He enlisted in June 1949. Sgt. Reed and his brother, Kussell, were former own ers of the Reed brothers service station in Alton. He is on a 30-day furlough. Guests at the Levert Hughef home Saturday evening were: Mr Sunday from Macoupin Hospital, i som ,,j The 83txl birthday of the women's father, JamTfe Douglas, was ob Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Shanks entertained Sunday afternoon In observance of the fourth birthday of their daughter. Kay, and the seventh birthday of Patsy Albert. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson of East St. Louis; Mi\ and Mrs, Willard Coadks nnd Cynthia of Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kmmons of Alton; and Mrs. Marlon Kenney and children, East Alton, and Mr. ami Mrs. Uoscoo Hughes. Belhalto. Mrs, Ruth Travelslead spent Sunday with Mrs. Myrtle Hall and Mrs. Whfle of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. John Barko and laughters, Sandra, Carol, and Teanne, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward ne and daughters, Debra and 3onna, spent. Sunday evening vis- ling Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sparks and children, Lyle nnd Bonnie, at A'ood River. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Deisen of O'Fallon, were guesls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sellier and ;ons, Gene nnd Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sellier and sons. Gene and Jeff, were guesls Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Vorman Maul of Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson of Olive Branch, spent the vveek- ind here with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bond and children, Sheryl and Nelson Saturday evening they were, accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Nue- mann and children, Gary and Janet of Bethallo, to SI. Louis, to see tiie Ice Capades. VISIT OUR ENLARGED ! Mrs. Paul Neeley and son, Paul jjr., of Alton, came Saturday to bo vllh her mother, Mrs. F. E. Alon, who is ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. \V. Garrison nnd son of Bunker [ill, visited Mrs. Allen Sunday. Mrs. W. 0. Cromwell, Mrs. Fred Inrper. Mrs. Viola Wood nnd Mrs. Truman Pocklington attended tho spring institute of tho WCTU at 'nlmyrn, Friday, Mr. nnd Mrs, Allen Knhl nnd family visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Al- ierl Huddles!tin of Medora Frilay evening. F. F. Kahl visited in Tnylorvillu Salurday at tho homo of his son, Gene Kahl. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kahl, entered the Taylorville hospital Saturday. Shanron Christopher was a weekend guest of her aunt, Mrs. Leonard Coonrod of Carlinville. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Cromwell, and William Cromwell and Linda were supper guesls Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lentherby of Lilchfield, honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Frank Leatherby and Mrs. Charles Voyles. Mrs. Myrtle Lynch returned home Saturday from a visit, with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Heyen and family of Dorchester. Dolborl Lister and Dicky were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Llsler of Peoria. Mrs. II. R. French returned home Saturday from several days visit with Miss Carrie Waggonet of Allon. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" HOBBY and CRAFTSHOP STRIP CRAFT BEADS LEATHER AIRPLANES Mnnn AUTOS MODEL BOATS ENGINES DOWNSTAIRS Barleff Grcntcr Alton's Quality Store For Men ami Young' Men. Bloctms Up to 1 Fool Wide I GIANT DAHLIAS Wide Variety of Colors Special-by-Mail Only (K for $1.0(1) Ea. (12 for $2.00) liven If you've never grown Dohlliu before you'll gel exhibition nlzr lilnumn when you plant our it Inn t, lop-Ml/c, tap-qunllty liulln. Hrllllanl oolorn; huliy pink, iniironn, rliini) white, salmon, minuet popper, rnliy red. Grow 'nut. I'lcnly of flower* for tnlile ilenonilloiu nnd lioiiqucln, Illootn early. Bloom lute. Rend '-">c fur I, pliii Kin for pontnicr, hnnilllnit; SI for n, S- for I-, pootpnlil. C. <). !).'» welcome on order* of $1 or more. F.xtrii (lift on ordrr of $1 or more — n rure, bloomlng-itUe "Color CliiuiRliDt" Mum Clu nl. KIIUSE IVIWSEKIKS, Dent. 24701, HloomliiKlon, III. Nitrno Address parents of a seven pound baby girl, born Friday afternoon at Al* ton Memorial Hospital. They have nnmod hot Janet Kaye. Mrs. Lawton in tho former Misi Ada Ofaul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wesl<>y Graul. Read Telegraph Want Ads No maybe aboul it! YOU NEED THIS WATER HEATER! • It's Automatic It's Electric • Copper-bearing galvanized tank • General Electric 10-Year protection plan m 52-GALLON SIZE '17.35 DOWN $5.00 PER MONTH Protect your investment — Buy from your local-franchised General Electric Dealer. GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 201 EAST BROADWAY PHONE 2-2531 Carrollton CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Marry Moulton and sons of Taylorville, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Moulton's father, Harlan Farrow" and Mrs, Farrow. They were also guests at the birthday dinner of Jacques Farrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Farrow, who celebrated her first birthday. i Miss Nita Ford and Miss Klla j Black went to Alton Sunday afternoon to attend a ptano rei-ilal at Shurlleft College. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hublmrd spent Sunday in Ilardin at the home of their nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Kinser. Mr, and Mrs. K. Baker and daughter, Dons, spent the weekend in Fort, ('lister, M.icli., where • they visited (heir son and broih- er, P\1. Edward Baker. J. M. \Viddowson. Ceorge Andrews, I... J. Powell anil Homer Sheets went to Springfield Saturday where they attended a meeting of the Ansar Shrine. They were accompanied by Mrs. J. M. \Vid- dowson and Mrs. L. J. Powell. Sam White entered Barries Hospital in St. Louis Sunday tor treatment. Walter Preston went to Kast St. Louis Monday to attend a Masonic school of instruction. Mr. and Mrs. Pe\\ey Mabolland spent Sunday in Allon visiiins; I heir daughter, Janelle, uho is a Mudent nurse al the Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursini;. Mr. and Mrs. .lulius Short ami children of St. Louis, sp.-til I be \\.-ekeuil hen 1 with their parmt.- Mrs. C'allie Short and Mr. and Mr> (ieoi'ge (Ireen. Mrs. Charles King of Lldied was a guest Sunday al I be home ol Mrs. Kaye (Yablrce. Mr. and Mrs. (.uy Srcor of Creenlield. uere giie-i- Tnc-ii.i\ al the home ol Mr. and Mrs. John Conolle. en touie 1.1 lioubnt: (Jrcen. Mo., v.berc they uill \i-il 'heir daughter. Mrs K. L<m;.' Miss Nila Ford and Miss K.iib leen Varblc \\ent I" \Vbite Hail Sunday c\cnmi: b.'ing .ailed ibere by Mie de,-,tb of Miss Foid -. undo. William I'\er "I Hilh n'u Mr. and Mis Hu^.'ll Hale oi Allon, \\cre uucMs .Sund..\ eM-ning al the borne ot Mi. and Mrs. I'ruej Maholland. Nearly 81 pcn-oni ol ail fete- phones in I be si a lev. ide >\sUm of New Yon; Tfl-piK'nu C... ;i>.e c phones. Of PffOPOfCP ..-IT £ -' Polling Places . crs ORGANIZATION ELECTION MAP SHOWING PROPOSED ALTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION IS SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952 POLLS OPEN; 12:00 NOON, CLOSE: 7:00 P.M. Voter* are required to vote in the precincts in which they live. Please study the map before going to the polls. Who inu.\ Mile: A cilurii must have ri'Milcil in the Slate fur one >ear, tn the County ninety da>» and in the territory to be created into the proposed district (or thirty daj» immediately preceding the election. I -Horace Mann School 2—West junior High School 3—Roosevelt Junior High School 4—Milton School 5—Club House ot Alton Municipal Golf Course 6—Delmar School 7—Fosterburg School 8—Union School 9—Woods School 10—Godfrey School 11—Clifton Hill School HAP SHOWING PROPOSED ALTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL PRECINCTS FOR ELECTION MARCH ft, 1958

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free