Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1$, 1952 Jersey County COP Women Meet Miss flprnirc Grtrddn I« Giinst Speaker JERSEYVTLLE -.- "The Importance of Womrn Taking An Artive Part In Politics" xvns the suhjcrl Of tho meeting of the Jersey County Women's Rnpuhllrnn Club Friday afternoon nl Ihe homo of Mr*. Frnnk Woorlrow. Miss Goedde Is post president of the Knsl St. Louis School bonrd, Is the manager of the Goedrle Lumber Co., of East St. I-oiils and Is nn nn-hlleef. Lawrence Morrison, president of the bonrd of education of Community Unit District No. 100 In Jersey county, addressed the meeting explaining the speclnl election on Mnreh 22 for the purpose of voting on n proposition to sell IS school properties which hnve been declared not necessnry for use of GUARANTEED WORK ON ALL MAKES Harrington Jewelers 227 W. St. Loulii Avenue EAST ALTON Dial 4-8424 the district. A number of Republlrnn candidates for office were present, nt the rneellng Including Stale's Ati lorney Alvin If. Pellll, Wilbur K. ! Hacker, cnndldnfe for county judge, nnd commllteemnn Ar.'h Nelson of Jersey counly. Those from out-of-town Included Klmer Hoffman of Whenton, candidate for state treasurer; Dwlghl Dnvis of Ruhvllle, representing Willinrn SlrnHon, candidate for governor; John Glenn of Henrdfdown, cnndl- dnte for nlternnte delegnle to the national convention: Mrs. Pnullne Hlnaker of Oirllnvllle, candidate for rrprsenlnlivc In the general assembly nnd Mrs. W. P. Culhhersori of Carllnvlllr, wife of Judge Culh- berson who Is cnndidiile for slal<- senator. Forty-five members nnd gucsH were present nl Ihe meeting nnd following the program n social hour WHS enjoyed nnd refreshments were served. Mrs. Wllllnm Cmilfleld, mother of the hostess, presided at Ihe ten table. The next rneeling of the club will bo on April 11. nl. Ihe home of Mrs. Wilber Hncker In Onkwood Place. .Springfield Visitors lli>r* .TKRSEYVILLK — Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Mndson nnd daughter, Knthy Sue, returned Monday to their home in Springfield after being guests since Friday of the Int- ler's grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Levl Little, nnd Mrs. John Mndson, Rend Telegraph Want Ads ' Jersey mile WAC Officer Arrives Home from Japan How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Place o your fnl«« teath annoy and «m- iarriiM by ullpplruf, dropping nr wobbling when you «»t, laugh or talk? Junt flprliikle « llttl* FABTEETH on your ilntei. Thl> •lk*lln« (non-ncldi powder hold* ralie teeth more firmly nnd more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, p«»ly unto or feeling, Doei not tour. Check* 'plate odor" (denture breath). Out FASTEETII today at my drug utore. (Adv.l Before you buy, it will pay you to inspect critically our excellent stock of fine machines . . . New and Rebuilt. We guarantee them all. Trade in your old machine. Phone 2-5214 • CENTRAL SEWING """"* 14 W. BROADWAY Co. Opposite Lincoln-Douglas Square •IKKHKYVILLK — Mnjor Mary Wllln Slephensnn of the Woman's Auxiliary f,V/rp» of the Untied Wales Army, who has been uta tloned In Tokyo, .Tnpnr., for the past year and a half, arrived nt Lambert, Kleld Monday. She was willed to jBrseyvllle hy the Illness of lirr mother, Mr*. Wllllnm ,Sle- phenson, who sustained a hip fracture nnd Its a patient In Memorial Hospital In Alton. William Hlephenson, Mr*. Stuart. Pnrsell and Mrs. Stephenson trio tored tf» Lambert. Fl*>ld to ncrom pany Major Stephonson to Jersey vllle. Oltorvillr Sfwlrnts Tour Jcrnoy Stores .IKflSKYVILLE- I'upils of Ihe fifth and sixth Krades of the Otterville school taught by Mrs. T/>rene Chnppell, were visitors In Jerseyville Tuesday and were taken on a lour of inspection of a number of business hotisen here. Thoy visited Ihe Farm Dare/in, office newspaper, bakery, nostrifflce, lumber ynrds, railroad station arid the courthouse. Accompanying fhe group wer" Mrs. Chappell, Mr. nad Mrs. Leo Kgclhoff and Mrs. Harold VVnhK In the party were; Kdwin Wahle. Edward Rock, Dickie Lueker, Barbara Nlchcls, D. Martin, Hull) Trash, Neva Plumlee, Judy Can non, Nonabelh Tucker, Sharon Klrgon, Sandra Chappell, Albert Pace, Hetty Mcfnllre, David Mau- pln, Joanne Halter, Hetty Osburn, 13obby R'Relhoff, Harry J5immer- STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS 118 WEST 3rd ST. PROTECT ALTON AREA SCHOOLS! VOT SATURDAY FOR ALTON UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT! THIS MEANS BETTER SCHOOLS, GREATER SERVICE, WIDER AREA, IMPROVED EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES .. . IT'S DOLLAR-WISE FOR ALL TO VOTE FOR THE ALTON UNIT DISTRICT. ORGANIZATION ELECTION SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952 POLLS OPEN-12 NOON TO 7 P. M. This Advertisement Sponsored by Educational Committee * Greater Alton Ati'n, of Commerce rrmn. At the rourthome County Clerk Kdwnrd flondy gave nn informal tnlk to the group. Mitrrlml at MrlhmlM fhtirrh .JKItSKYVILLK - A marriage llrensf was issued Saturday In the office of County Clerk FMwnrd Romly lr> Paul K. McKlnnon and Mrs. Kuln M. Tranl.hnm, both of Jerwyvlllf. The couple wns married hy the K'-v. F. W. Kchwnrz- lose, pastor of the Methodist Church nnd nllondnnts wnre Wnn- dn (irnhfim nnd Robert. Brlnkrnan. Oiipt* of MM. llownll JKHHfrrVVrLLK Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Ifenly nnd children nnd Willln Knlrflelrt r/f Jacksonville, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Henly's molhcr, Mrs. Fred W. Howell. Urging parents In resist the temptation to wiy "Don't" to n child, Or. Margaret Itoblnson, rnedicnl officer nl. Middlesex, Kng- Innd, says: "Lot. us have no more of this '.See what Willie Is doing nnd' tell him to stop.' " Whirls for Girls Substeen Fashion! Please your girl with the slip she wants! Two bodice versions, with built-up straps or with real grown-up straps. Two skirt versions—you can combine plain top with plaid skirt, too. Panties in pattern. Pattern 4722: Girls' sizes 6, 8, 10, 12,' 14. Size 10 slip, 1% yards 35-Inch; 3% yards 4'/4 Inch eyelet edge. Panties, % yard 35-Inch. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, Is tested for fit. Has complete Illustrated Instructions. Send 30 cents In coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, cure of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 1.1, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. KIDDIES PATENTS FOR EASTER! Values • Infants' Sizes 4 to 8!i • Children's Sized 0 to ll'i • Misses' Sizes 13 to S HOYS' AXD GIRLS' OXFORDS FOR KASTER $5.50 Sizes 9 to 3 3 ed tern .S7io«' .S'«or«».s- 804 E. BROADWAY, ALTON Itetwwn Ouk nnd Spring: SU. Moro PTA Croup To Meet Friday George ttrork to Discuss 'Americanism, Voting' MORO. - Mr. George F. Brock, superintendent of the Erlwardsville High School, will speak at the Parent-teacher Association meeting Friday evening. His topic will be "Americanism and Voting." Leonard Wilkening, tenor, will give vocal numbers and Miss Bere Lubbers nnd Joan Dorsey, voice students of Mrs. Lester Brockmeler, will sing. Miss Edith Adele Helmkamp will be accompanist for the girls. The proposed bond Issue of the Kdwardsville Community School Unit No. 7 will be discussed during the program. The program committee is Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Jenne, Mr. and Mrs. Flenry Hahnenkamp jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bradley, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Nolle. The social committee is Mrs. Lena Forrest, Mrs. Norman Dorsey, and Mr. AI Lubbers. Clean Church MOrtO. — The Women's Guild of SI. John's Evangelical nnd Reformed Church at, Midway have set March 27 ns house-cleaning day for the church. All members are requested to help. Twenty-seven were present at their regular meeting Wednesday. Mrs. Irene Cooper served refreshments. Merry Mulds Meet MORO. — Maxine Ayres was hostess to the Merry Maids 4-H Club, Monday evening. Fifteen members nnd three new members were present. This was an organization meeting for the summer projects. Officers elected were: Maxine Ayres, president; Kay Holbeck, vice-president; Erma Burgess, secretary-treasurer; Marilyn Dawes, reporter, and Patty Blind, recreation director. Cards were signed for the summer projects and members voted to have a softball team. Miss Jean Kierkes, county youth girls 4-H director, was guest. The following dates were announced; County achievement day, July 30; county fair, August 5-10, and county 4-H day, Aug. 6. The next meeting will be with Janet Watsek. News Notes MORO. — Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Janes and son, Randy, of St. Charles, Mo., were Sunday guests Eldred Jiffy Set for Baby THREE OUNCES of baby yarn with one ounce of contrast for this inexpensive set! Easy pattern stitch—alterntne rows of double nnd single crochet. Jiffy work— cap, jacket one piece each! Pattern 734; crochet directions for cap, jacket, booties. Send !JS cents In coins for this pattt'rn to Alton Telegraph, 60, Nfedleernft Dt-pt., P. O. Box Ifil, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. 1'rint plainly PAT- TKUN NUMRKK, your NAME, and ADDRESS. Such colorful handiwork ideas! Send twenty cents in coins for our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Catalog. Choose your patterns from our Kaily illustrated toys, dolls, household and personal accessories. A pattern for a handbag is printed right in the book. For WALLS AW CHUNGS UNUSUAL ft I A U T Y - RiADY TO U$l Colors LANGHAM'S WALLPAPER ft PAINT STORE Broadway at l-uujdou St. (Oppatjte Bridf* £utr»nce) ELDRED — Mrs. Mary .T. Bor- mnn marked her frlst birthday Sunday wlfh a family dinner at hpr home. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Borman, Wood River; Mr. and Mrs, Paul Aderton. Hnrdin, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Eldred. Afternoon callers were Pedie Aderton of the navy and Mrs. Robert Pranger, Hardin. A large group of BYF members attended the association's meeting at Literberry, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schnce- berger of Taylorville, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Shuler. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, East Alton, were Saturday visitors of his sister, Mrs. Minn B. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Plogger and family attended a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cannedy, Greenfield. In the absence of the regular pastor, the Rev. Norvln Blake, who is ill, the Rev. Edward Eskra of Alton spoke Sunday at both morning and evemng services at the Baptist Church. Sunday rBnnor guests of the Herman Myers family were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kilmer and son, Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chapman of Halls, Tenn., spent the weekend at Eldred with relatives. Mrs. Chapman went to Pittsfield Mon day to visit a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moffitt. Mrs. Moffitt Is a hospital, patient for treatment of a leg fracture. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Matheny of Tulare, Calif., will spend the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Ruth Schwallenstecker and their brother, Elwood Matheny. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goans and family moved to White Hall, Saturday, where he has been transferred by the GM & O railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Settles have moved from the Powell apartment? to the Bert Mitchell property on State Route 108. .The Max King family have taken up residence in the house which Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Day pur chased last week from the Powell estate. Fidelity FIDELITY — The Rev. Laurel Grlgg, pastor of the Carrollton Baptist Church, will speak here tonight at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Melvin Wiegand, Mrs. Roy 'Ely and Mrs. Frank Shackles attended a WCTU spring institute at Palmyra, Friday. The state president, Mrs. Powel and the state treasurer, Mrs. Alice Finney, were guest speakers. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tuetken and family of Alton were Sunday dinner guests of his father, "William Tuetken. Tuetken and family moved Saturday from Godfrey to Mrs, Schlafly Raps Policy 'Blunders' Mrs. Phyllis Stewart Schlafly, candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress from the 24th District, spoke Tuesday at a luncheon meeting of the Rotary club at Belleville. Mrs, Cchlafly said In part; "The foreign policy blunders of the last seven years cannot be excused by the plea that hindsight is better than foresight. When Capt. Brown ran the battleship 'Missouri' on a mud flat, no one tried to excuse him by saying, 'It is just hind sight to say that he went in the wrong direction.' When an engineer for a crack passenger train ran through a red signal and into a freight train, he was convicted of criminal negligence. No one in the courtroom said, 'It is just hindsight to say that he should have seen the red light.' It is too much to expect our political leaders to have known that Russia was not a 'peace-loving democracy" and thai the Chinese Communists were not just 'agrarian reformers'? The able, qualified men who did have foresight were .silenced, smeared or fired. "It wasn't hindsight on the parl of Gen. Douglas MacArthur in 1945 of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. O'Dcll. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brazier and daughter, Helen, of Granite City spent Saturday evening wjlh Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brazier. Permanent Removal of UNWANTED HAIR Katharine Ruedin, R. N. KLECTROLOGIST For Appointments Call MONDAY TUESDAY. THURSDAY 4-8 P M. ONLY PHONE 3-7420 vhen he denied the Russian and State Department demand for a oint occupation of Japan. But Gen. VtacArthur was fired. It wasn't hindsight on the part of Gen. George Stratemeyer and Gen. Rosey o'Donnell in 1950 when they said that, unless we bombed the bases and supply lines of,the Chinese Communists while we had sufficient air power, we could never win the war in Korea. But Gen. Stratemeyer and O'Donnell were silenced, and we have lost superiority in the air.". The Crawford Medal, highest international award for philatelic research, has been presented to D. R.' Stevenson of Edinburgh, Scotland, for his work on the triangular stamps of the Capo of Good Hope. When Communist pirates !n Burma captured a government river boat near Rangoon with a parly of dancing girls aboard, they threw the crew overboard and galled away with the dancers. Brown street In Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wlegnn and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, O. P. Looper of St. Louis. The Prairie Union Pirates 4-H club held their first meeting Monday night at the Prairie Union School. Carl Arnold jr. will be the leader. Officers elected were president, Franklin Graham; vice president, Nancy Strablow; secretary, Marilyn Wiegand; federation member, Kenneth Brown; reporter Jack Ewin; recreation leaders Mary Lahr, Buddy Strablow ant Jack Ewln. It was decided to hold the meetings the first and thirc Monday of each month. The next meeting will be held April 7. 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