Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Wood River E&R Men Hear Green WOOD RIVER. - There are 157 different shades of leather being turned out at the Hartford tannery PAOB NINE FRIGIDAWE SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. of Ihe International Shoe Co., according to A. R. Green, superintendent. Green spoke Monday nlfcht before 60 member* and guests of the Men's Brotherhood of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church. He pointed out that the local tannery is a chrome-leather tannery which means that a mineral Is used to produce shoe leather uppers. There are four kinds of tanning. Following his talk and a display of leather. Green conducted a question-answer session. The Rev. Henry VVichman, pastor of the church, presented the devotionals and March topic, "The Evangelical and Reformed Church in the World." Men from two Granite City churches were guests. On April 22, the brotherhood will have its annual father and son banquet. Roland Rehbein, vice-president of the Brotherhood, was In charge JUST SAY "Charge it!" W« have inaugurated i new service for •ur patrons. Now, you may make your purchases •nd charge them for 30, 60 or 90 days. There are no added costs for this convenience. It is Dixie Shop's way of increasing their service for you to dress up for spring and Easter. Make your applications now in person, by telephone or letter for you charge account. It only takes a short time to establish your credit at Dixie Shop. We have a complete selection of the newest spring and Easter apparel. It is now easy for you to dress in style and pay as you go at Dixie Shop. 28 East Ferguson WOOD RIVER, ILL Stop Signs Too Additional Parking Meters Requested for Wood River WOOD RIVER - Cinders, stop signs, and parking meters drew aldermanio attention Monday night. More than 100 truck loads of cinders have been made available to the city by the Illinois Terminal Railioad Co. They will be taken from abandoned tracks in the west part of the city. City Attorney Thomas Holland was Instructed to draw up a waiver, releasing the railroad of any responsibility Involved in the transfer. Alderman Joseph Pelan of the first ward asked the council to replace six stop signs In his ward but'tt'as told that the city does nor have money to purchase the signs. Pelan described the traffic con- of the Monday program. Guests front the tannery included Dwight Holtman, Sidney Biggerstaff and Lee Wrest. PRECISION Folding Stairway Provides extra room In your attic quickly and at a low cost. Easily operated— lowers with the pull of a cord, folds into attic with one hand. Takes no floor space. Made of hjghe.?t fluidity materials. Free Estimate Monthly I'n.vmnnts on Labor and Material Ginler-Wardein Co. 450 Front St. Phone S-Sfi88 ditions at Rice and Park streets as "hazardous," since two stop signs have been knocked down. He said there have been three bad wrecks <it that location. Pelan also asked for stop slfms at State and Eckhard avonu n s, nnd two signs at Mailer and West Pennine avenues. Alderman Byron Killnm asked (hat Ihe police be instructed lo report any property damage caused by motorists so that the city can collect for damages and ro- plare the signs, The police committee was asked fo Investigate and recommend the placing of additional parking; meters, probably on Lorona avenue brhveen Whitelaw and First nnd on First street between Lorrna nnd Madison avenues. Mayor Stoneham asked that the ordinance committee present an amendment to the vacation provision for city employes, which would govern the amount of vacation time due men who leave. Legion Marks 33rd Birthday At Wood River Wood River Pupils Superior At Mil sic Contest WOOD RIVER, March 19.-Four vocal students at Kast AltoivWood River Community High School received superior ratings in the district music contest at Bethalto on Saturday. Two others were rated excellent. Receiving the nuperior rating* were Sandra Young and Nancy Keller in the girls' high voice; Cordelia Douglas in the girls' medium voice, and Jerry Veach in the boys' high voice. Kxcellent ratings were glv«n to Donna Stone In the girls' low voice and David Mourning in the boys' medium voice. Students receiving the superior ratings will enter the state contest on April 25 at the University of Illinois, according to .Miss Veru Jonss, »upervi*or of vocal mu*lo at the high school. On April 2fl, several high school choruses will he entered in the state contest,. They are th« hoys' quartet, the girls' octet, ft madrigal group, thr girls' chorus and a mixed chorus. Victory WOOD R1VKU.— Announcement was made Monday night of the final payment for the church bulletin board purchased by the Vic- lory class of Ihe First Church of Christ (Christian). The class mot at the home of Mrs. Harold fftfek, 1228 Hawthorne avenue, with ¥> members present. Mrs. font Vlfl Meter led devotions, «,nd ft social hoiir followed the business meeting* Central Iceland Again will b« thn goal of nn expedition of the British Schools Kxplorlng S0Cl» fly this year, the planned e*pe- rtltlon to British Columbia having hern postponed until 1963 because f>f a shortage of fund*. Read Telegraph Want Adi WOOD RIVER, March 19.—The 33rd anniversary of American Legion Post '2M was celebrated Monday night wit Ira pot luck supper at. the new hall. Members of the Auxiliary were hostesses to the veterans, The hall was decorated in a St. Patrick's motif and tables wore centered with two large birthday cakes. About 75 persons attended the celebration. At a brief business meeting, the Auxiliary members sent $40 to the department treasurer to sponsor a high school girl at Girls' State in June. Mrs. Ed Brave reported that $48 was netted from a rummage sale last week. Mrs. William Peek, president, reported on a March 13 parly for veterans at Alton Slate Hospital. The Auxiliary served 139 dinners. Homemade pies were donated by the Auxiliary and cigarets and candy bars by the post. The Junior Auxiliary group re- reived credit for making 16!i dozen tray favors last monlh. A Pan-American program will be observed at: the next: meeting of the Auxiliary on April 7. Mrs. Wesley Hoover will speak on Cuba, Hostesses for the Monday birthday celebration were Mrs. Ollie Meyer, Mrs. Howard Celling, Mrs. Bert Panyik, Mrs. O'Kcllie Summers. Mrs. Harry Echols and Mi's. Russell Gibson. Read Telegraph Want Adi Losses up to 52 Ibs. — Withbut dieting — Without drugs No Calorie Counting — No Hunger — No Exercise SAFE EASY-TO-USE 10-DAY SUPPLY ONLY $198 The JUNEX METHOD SCIENCE'S NEWEST REDUCING DISCOVERY Auepttd for advertising in a well-known Medical Journal At last you can take off pounds and inchci of ugly fat from thighs, itomach. hipi, neck, chin, limply, surely and scientifically. 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