Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 13
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. 5c Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 Established January If, US*. Greenfield PTA Meeting Thursday GREENFIELD. — Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Erthal are program chairmen for the March meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association at 7:30 p.m. Thursday In the grade school auditorium. Julian Hutchens of White Hall will speak on the subject, "School and Law." Glenn Frelner has arranged the musical program which will Incltde selections by the pupils of the second grade. Mothers of fourth grade pupils will be hostesses during the social hour. Greenfield Notei GREENFIELD. — Members of HJ chapter PEO will meet at the home of Mrs. Amol Greer, instead of with Mrs. E. R. Fosse, at 8 p.m. tonight. Mrs. Fosse has been ill. Free Estimates Guaranteed Work Fast Servict Just -Add To Your Account! Bruce Haven, who is employed in the maritime service of the Standard Oil Company, has returned from South America nnd is spending a 32-day leave with his mother, Mrs. Ray Haven. Dr. and Mrs. 0. J. Bolt and son, Kenyon, attended the Ice Capades in St. Louis Sunday. Charles Barton is receiving treatment at the Missouri Baptist Hospital, St. Louis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Meng and daughter, Jacque, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johnessee in Taylorville Sunday. Pvt. Don Gustine, who is stationed at Camp Breckenridne, Ky., visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gustine, Saturday and Sunday. Pvt. Bill Pembrook, who is also stationed at Camp Breckenridge, spent the weekend with Mrs. Pembrook at the home ot her mother, Mrs. Hazel Crouch. Kouples Klub Entertains Guests at Pot luck WOOD RIVER, March 19.-The Kouples Klub, sponsored by the YMCA, entertained Monday night at the 'Y' with a guest night potluck supper. Forty-one members and the following guests attended: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kaslcn, Mr. and Mrs. Rfiy Gilworth, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. William Chubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bartels, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. George Reiken. Games were directed by Bernard Hughes, with Mrs. Hughes assisting in the serving. The new committee In charge for the next three months is Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolo, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hclmkamp. IT COSTS Oor wonderful deep-cleaning drycleaning costs no more than ordinary methods, yet the difference is amazing. Clothes look new again. Colors sparkling bright... fabrics soft and rich. Remember-good frooming is maintained by a good diycleaner, and we're the best! Spring Meeting of Macoupin Women 9 s Clubs Set March 27 Launderers •/Dry Cleaners • Rug Gleaner FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 909 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-8877 CARL1NV1LLE -~ The annual all day spring meeting of the Macoup- n county Federation of Women's Clubs will be held at the Christian Church in Girard, Thursday March 21. according to the county president, Mrs. K. R. Phelps, of Carlinville. The morning session will begin nt 10 a.m. with greetings from the nirard club president, Mrs. Henry Rrown. The response will bo given by Mrs. Gerald Baird of Bunfcer Hill, county vice president. A business session, in charge of Mrs. Phelps. will include reports from the presidents of the seven clubs In Ihe county, namely. Mrs Bertha Shehorn. Bunker Hill: Mrs. M. F. Seyfrit, CarllnviHe; Airs. Louis Malhis, Clifslerfield; Mrs, Frank Wagner, Gillospie: Mrs. Henry Brown, Girard: Mrs. Don Bonne, Staitnton; nnd Mrs. M. Q. Clinton. Virden. Mrs. Victor Wicsc of Carlinville, district president, nnd Mrs. R. L. Bnkcr, of Pcoria, stale vice president and director of central area, will give remarks. A luncheon will be served at noon. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30 p.m. There will be special music; by the Girard chorus. A feature of the afternoon will be a program entitled "Lincoln Saga" to bo presented by Mr. and Mrs. George Cashman of Springfield. The program is recommended by Harry E. Pratt, stnte historian, and will include 130 colored slides of the life of Lincoln and Illinois history. Mr. Cashman is the new custodian of Lincoln's Tomb at Oakridge cemetery, Springfield. Mrs. Cashman is a member of the Springfield Woman's Club, the Pen Women's Club, the Zonta International and has translated many books in Braille for the blind, at present working on her 18th book. She will serve as narrator for (lie program. A report of Ihe nominating committee of the county federation will close the session. 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Briift Co., Mtmphli, Ttnn World 1 * lorgut Moktr o< Hardwood Floori 1'oMofflre Job Open CAULINVILLK. Applications air bring received by tho United States Civil Service Commission of Washington, D.C., for the position of postmaster of Carlinville. Applications are lo be made by April 8. A vncnncy has existed In tho local postoffice since the. resignation of John Hoelting. Since his resignation, Joseph Dunn has been serving as acting postmaster. Competitors will not. be required to report for written examination at any place, 'but will be rated upon their education, business or pro- 'cssional experience, qualifications, and suitability. Itlrth Anrmuticoi>ipiit«i CAKLINVILI.K. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph merman of Medora are parents of a daughter, Phillis Dawn, seventh child, born Saturday at Macoupin Hospital. The mother was formerly Miss Frances Garrison. Mr. antl Mrs. James C. Pointer of Chesterfield are parents of a son, Keven James, second child, born Monday al Macoupin Hospital. Mrs. Pointer is the former Miss Verna Calhoon, Worclcii WORDEN - Class No. 7 of Ihe Methodist Sunday School held its •egular election of officers Friday n the church basement. Those elected for the year were: Verne [fildcbrand, president; Harold Rest, vice president; Mrs. Earl King, secretary: and Mrs. Jennie B. Lamb, treasurer. Following th,e meeting a potluck luncheon was served. Mrs. Otto Dittes entertained members of her card club at her home Friday afternoon. Games were played and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Grange and daughters, Florence and Rosalie, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kuethe and son, Terry Lee of Prairictown, attended the 49th wedding anniversary celebration of Grange's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grange al Edwardsville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stodclard of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scanlan and children of Venedy. were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Scanlan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and daughter, Carol, were visitors in Alton, Saturday. 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