Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 15
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.WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH in Area 9 Judge Michael Kinney Tells Lorena Ave. Parent-Teachers WOOD RIVER-There is no narcotic problem around this area, County Judge Michael Kinney told members of the Lorena Avenue Parent-Teacher Association, Tuesday night. Judge Kinney said that narcotics go with syndicated crime. Speaking on the general topic of delinquency, Judge Kinney said that the delinquent himself is the architect of his own salvation. Mrs. C. C. Cota will be president of the PTA for the coming year, it wag announced by Mrs. Ralph Van Home, chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Cola succeeds Mrs. Ralph Wilbur. Other new officers are Mrs. Lloyd Dildine, vice president; Mrs. William More, secretary and Henry W. Owens, treasurer. The officers are to be installed at an April 15 potluck banquet in the Lewis-Clark Junior High School cafeteria. Mrs. Robert Taynor is banquet chairman. Mrs. Cota was the program chairman for the Tuesday meeting and Mrs. Wilbur conducted the business session. Girl Scouts of troop 1, sponsored by the PTA and led by Mrs. Wilbur, presented a flag ceremony. Scouts who also served as hostesses and alternated in pouring at the refreshment table, were Carolyn Dodson, Lorna Wilbur, Judy Crull, Susie and Carolyn Pinkerton and Myra Kay Smithson.' Members of the refreshment committee were Mrs. Charles Sakes, Mrs. Van Home and Mrs. Richard Pinkerton. Ford Addresses Wood River Lions WOOD RIVER-Jesse W. Ford, training assistant at. the Wood River refinery of the Shell Oil Co., spoke to Lions Tuesday noon on psychological testing in industry. Differences in the trails of persons have a tremendous influence on the success of a job, Ford said. He described testing as a "highly specialized field" that the public has little opportunity to know about. The success of the testing program, Ford believes, depends on the sincerity of the employer; the universal application of the program; letting those effected know what's going on; telling the test results and having a trained examiner. I V 4»Af I OH* Gets Red ResoRf I I Fidgeting, nose-picking and* tormenting rectal itch are often telltale signs of Pin-Worms... ugly parasites that medical experts «ay infest on« out of every three person* examined. Entire familie* may be victims and not know it. To gdt rid of Pin-Worms, these pests must not only be killed, but killed In the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jajrne'H P-W tablets do ... and here's how they do it: First—a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then — Jajrno'* modern, medically-approved in- erodient goes right to work— kill* Fin-Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. At the first sign of Pin- Worms, ask ynur druggist for genuine Jsyne's P-W Vermifuge... the small, easy-to-Uke tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jayne It Son. specialists in worm remedies! for over 100 years. I Wood River Club Seats Officers Miss Lane Installed As President WOOD RIVER — Miss Mflltle Lane was Installed president of the Wood River Garden Club, Tuesday afternoon, at the annual banquet held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Also installed were Mrs. J. M, Delaney, vice president; Mrs. Herman Borgstedt, secretary; and Mrs. William Knet/er, treasurer. Mrs. Robert Rotsch was the installing officer and Mrs. Hulda Traband, retiring president, was oastmlstress. Spring flowers were used as a centerpiece for the bah- :juot table. Miss Lane announced the following committee appointments. Executive board members will be Mrs. Traband, Mrs. Henry Eaton and Mrs. Rotsch. The year book ommlUee will be Mrs. Eaton, Mrs, Traband and Miss Lane. Mrs. Joseph Barker will be chairman of publicity; Mrs. A. Melners, the visiting and card committee; Mrs. Rotsch, program chairman; and Mrs. A. W. Cronan, scrapbook. The program Included a comic monologue by Mrs. Delaney and the reading of two original poems by Mrs. Traband. A gift was presented to Mrs. Traband, who in turn presented her retiring officers with plants. It was announced that Al Lauck o£ 2716 Grandview, Alton, Is organizing an Iris Society. The next Garden Club meeting will be April 16 at the home of Mrs. August Theis In Granite City. Mrs. L, Dodson will be assistant hostess. Women at the Missionary Society of the church served the banquet dinner. Twenty-one women attended the meeting. Wood River Rebekahs Entertained Monday WOOD RIVER, March 19.—In appropriate costume Mrs. Emma Thompson and Mrs. Harry L. Parker entertairied the Thompson- Rebekah Lodge Monday night • at the Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Thompson played several Irish tunes on a violin, assis'ted by Mrs. Parker. Mrs. Irvin Rau, district deputy, introduced the guest; speaker, Mrs Mattie Spicer of Monroe City, Mo Prizes at games went to Mrs Robert Taylor, Mrs. Roy Siddens Mrs. Howard Gibsbn, Mrs. Lillian Armstrong and Floyd Waggoner Miss Dorsey Honored WOOD RIVER—Miss Lois Dor sey was guest of honor at a per sonal shower, given Monday nigh at the home of Miss Amelia Evan off, 63 East Acton avenue. Mis_ Pat Cannedy and Miss Ella Mae Schmidt were co-hostesses. Prize winners at games were Miss Isla Jean Lea veil, Mrs. Win nie Clagg, Miss Virginia Ewen and Miss Betty Pruett. Other guests were Miss Ruth Miller, Miss Eula Schmidt, Mrs Virginia Geers and Mrs. Jane Schumacher. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The Big Dipper has been known longer than any other star group NeedoLoxotive Almost Every Hiqht? Then rely on safe, all v0g«tab(« UR.EDWARDS'rftiB. You Can Have Plenty Of Hot Water . . . ALL THE TIME INSTALL AN AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF CAS AND ELECTRIC MODELS. HERE ARE A FEW: GAS MODELS (Installed Prices) 20 - Gallon 30 - Gallon $99.50 $119,50 40-Gallon (booster) $149.50 We Also Have HOTPOINT Electric 1DDERN PLUHBIN tT HEATING SUPPLY C fHSI HtlUh "terbtrt li lukenhauitr t i il H Wicktntiav.it Wood River UB Men To Meet Thursday WOOD R 1 *ER — The Men's Brotherhood of the First Kvangrl- cal United Brethren Church will hold its regular meeting Thursday night at 7:30. The speaker for the evening will be Omer A Fisher of Alton, who vill discuss churches of foreign ands. William Acker and Milo Bell will be hosts fo the evening. A committee will be appointed to nominate officers for the next ron- erence year. All men of the church are invited to attend. Wood River Clerks Select Delegates WOOD RIVER — Delegates seeded lo attend the Retail Clerks onvention at Herrin, III., on April O, are Mrs. Hazel Miller, Mrs. tVilson Stagner and Mrs. Rose Vilson. Allernaics will be Mrs. Harry Lackey, Mrs. Robert Wiliams and Mrs. Frank Glover. Another feature o r the regular neeting of the orgnnixalion held Monday night at the Labor Hall vas installation of new officers. They are Mrs, Wilson Slapner, president; Mrs. Rose Wilson, guard; and Mrs. Harry Lackey, second vice president. Movies of the Merchants-Clerks party held Feb. 18, were shown to he group. Plans Potlrrk WOOD RIVER — Sarah Camp No. 690,'i of the Royal Neighbors will stage a polluck luncheon Thursday afternoon at 12:30 at the IOOF hall. Dan Chill Snppor WOOD RIVER—Members of the Rosewood Heights Firemen's Auxiliary will sponsor a public chili supper on March 29 at the fire- douse. Proceeds svill be used to equip the building. Tickets are now on sale. They are to be turned in by March 26 to Mrs. William Powell, president, or Mrs. George Wohlford. The Auxiliary will help u color Easter eggs for the hunt at Civic Memorial Airport. Thirteen women attended a meeting of the Auxiliary Tuesday nighl. Hostesses were Mrs. Maxine Smith and Mrs. Powell. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVE.", — Relatives report that Mrs. Daisy Springer, 142 South Central avenue, who is a patient in the ""ood River Township Hospital, is recovering satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berry have returned from a weekend visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Cpl and Mrs. Paul W. Berry in Sturgis, Ky. Cpl. Berry is stationed a Camp Breckenridge. ' Miss Una Combs, 63 East Acton avenue, who has been residing in Morristown, Tenn., has returnee to Wood River, where she has ac cepted a position with ths Wooc River Township Hospital. WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Wallace Hopper, Alton, was guest of lion or at an open house given by Mrs Elmer Gillis, 824 East Lorena ave nue, Tuesday afternoon. The Hoppers are leaving Apr! 1 for Sewaren, N. J., where Mr Hopper has been transferred 'by Shell Oil Company. Mrs. B. W. DeLong assisted Mrs Gillis in serving the 25 guests. East Alton Past Matrons Feted EAST ALTON, March 19.—Mrs. Clarence Quillen, 309 Monroe street, entertained the Past Matron's Club of the Wood River chapter of Eastern Star at her home Monday evening. Mrs. Nea] Grove of Roxana, was the co-hostess. Mrs. Margie Carnahan of Hartford, a past matron of a Missouri chapter, was accepted as a member of the club. Prizes at games played were given to Mrs. Lcroy Stockcr, Mrs. Truman Vroman, Mrs. Arthur Snodgrass sr., and Mrs. Hurly Shult. Refreshments wore served by the hostesses. Table appointments were in keeping with tho St. Patrick's Day motif. Last year France opened its firs continuous hot strip-rolling mill a Denain. Kidney Slow-Down May Bring Restless Nights When kidney function Blown down, many folks complain of naguinif backache, head- achca, dizziness and luita of pep and energy Don't aufler restless nighta with these dis. comforts if reduced kidney function is getting you down—due to such common cause* ai stress and strain, over-exertion or exposure to cold. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause getting up nights or frequent passages. Don't neglect your kidneys if these condi tlons bother you. Try Doan'i. Pills—9 mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over 50 years. It's amazing how many time* Doan's give happy relief from these discomfort*— helpthelSmileaof kidney lubes and filter* Bush out waste. Get Doan's Pllb todayl Hartford Art Exhibit Friday 150 Masterpieces Will Be On Display HARTFORD — Residents of fartford will he given fln opnor- unlty of viewing nn art exhibit t the \Voodrr\v Wilson school Friny from 6 to 7:30'p.m. when 150 naslerpircrs will he displayed. A group of 18 sltidenls from Ihe «cv- nlh grado will act ns guides, glv- ng detailed information about the icturos and '.he artists. O. O. Brunjes, principal of Voodrow Wilson, has emphasized hat nil the money derived from he sale of 1ic!:et$ will be used for i good cause in that every cenf akon in will be used to purchase low pictures for the classroom vails. Those attending the art ex- ilbit will also 1> given the op- lorUinity lo purchase any of the liclures for their home. The tickets are being sold by hildren of the fourth, fifth, sixth, evonth, and eighth grades. Parents of children in kindergarten, irst, second and third grades may purchase their tickets from any of he older students, or phone O, O, Brunjes at the school. The price of idmission for an adult is 35 cents md for a child Is 15 cenls. Following Ihe exhibition, the unior high students will present a program. The girls' ensemble will ;ive two* musical selections; Jimmy Smith, sixth grade, will play lis electric guitar; Harry Jenkins, seventh grade, will play the ac- ordiffti, and Ruth Raymer will >resent steel guitar numbers. "The Mill," a one act skit, will be presented by Paul Plummer and Gordon Hillman. Church Service* Services this evening at First Baptist Church will start at 7:30 with the Rev. Maurice Powers conducting the study of the "Life of James." There will be junior choir practice at 6:30 p.m., intermediates at 7 and the senior choir at 8:30. the Church of Christ will meet this evening .it 7:30 p.m. Lavcrne Wheeler will be the teacher. Following the sludy, there will be an open forum for discussion of any Bible question. The Assembly of God Church will hold services. Thursday at 7:3( p.m. The Rev. Richard Crenshaw from the Central Assembly of Got Church, St. Louis, will be gues speaker. The General Baptist Church wil begin their Thursday evening serv ice at 7:30?p.m. The pastor, th Rev. Lester Williams, has an nounced they will study the 411 chapter of Hebrews. Godfrey School BoardFavors Proposed Unit School District GODFREY. -The Godfrey board if education met in regular sos- lon Tuesday evening and voted o endorse Ihe proposed commu- ity unit school district. President George Adalr, members \V. E. fcogglns, Mrs. Wendell Baker, Hartford Legion Women in Meet Grbup to Sponsor Firs Aid Class HARTFORD — The American Legion Auxiliary held its regula busines-. meeting Monday eveninf at the school with Mrs. Branc Fry, president, in charge. It was announced that: the Aux iliary will sponsor the Red Cros first air course which opens Tues day at 7:30 p.m. at the school. The course will consist of nine ses sions, two hours each, with Mrs Edith Filardo, the instructor. Th public is urged to attend. Auxiliary members voted to sent a'girl to the Girls' Slate again this year and to donate $5 to the Rec Cross. The Auxiliary will sponsor bake sale to be held Saturday March 29, at Dabbs' Service sta lion, beginning at 10 a.m. All mem bors are requested lo bake u pie or cake and take it to the service station. If anyone is unable to ge it to the station, they are to con tact Mrs. Ed Dabbs. Hartford Class Stages Party HARTFORD -—The Win - One class of Ihe Methodist Church staged their class party Saturday evpning at the church.. The business session was conducted by Frank Doyen, president. Tho class will sponsor n chicken supper at Ihe church April 26. Mrs. Bertha Uodson is chairman In charge of the supper. During tho evening, games were played after which the hostesses, Mrs. Marion fiayle, Mrs. Finis Brigman, and Mrs. fluhy Zagar served .refreshments. Skating 1'itrty HARTFORD — MYF members of the Methodist Church and their friends attended a skating party at Wood River, Monday-evening. Mrs. Alherta Braden, Mrs. Helen Smith, Kenny Draper and Krnest Smith furnished transport at ion for the 49 that, attended. Mrs. Velrna Caldwell, Mrs. Ruby Zagar and Miss Pat Caldwell also accompanied thn group. School Mothers To Scat Officers Mrs. G. R. Clarke, and Cloyd I j; flM v \|, on Group In MeCl I am At* vi'ni'O nrncnnt ; * Tnursflny Afternoon lamer, were present. Raymond Ready and Horace Vollerman, representing Ihe Alton chools, were present. The board 'oled unanimously in favor of en- lorsing the proposed cotnmunity jnit district and discussed means )f co-operating in tho coming elce- ion. The Alton representatives point- Hi out that the Godfrey precinct or this election would include the present districts of Mason, South Branch, White Oak, and Godfrey chools, and lhal residents of these llslricts must vote at Godfrey. The election will he held Saturday jctweon the hours of 12 and 7 p.m. Transportation will lie furnished or voters desiring a ride lo the )olls. Transportation may be so- cured by calling 3-3433 during the lours of the election. Salary and monthly bills were approved. The group voted to send 'epresentatives to the quarterly school board association dinner meeting at Venice on Monday, April 24. In Infirmary GODFREY. — Mrs. Leonora Ward entered St. Anthony's ( Infirmary Monday for observation. Mrs. Ward, who makes her home with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kay, has been bedfast for the past three weeks. She is 85 years ot age. To Appoint C'ommllters GODFREY. — The church council of the Congregational Church will meet at the church Thursday ivening at 7:30 o'clock. Immediately following the council meeting, a general meeting will be held to plan for the annual summer festival. William Dricker'is the general chairman of Ihe event this year. Committees for the festival will be announced at: this time. On Ihe same evening, members of Ihe Fidelus class will meet at the parish house lo work on the kitchen. Tho installation of kilchen cabinet? will be one o£ Ihe main items to be undertaken. Shipitiaii SHIPMAN — The Ladies Auxiliary of the Harmony Anti-Thief Association will meet this evening at Union Community Center. Lyle . Duncan entered Barne Hospital at St. Louis, Saturday. *Mr. and Mrs. Ira Albert and Donald, Mr. and Mix. Delma Barnes, Mr. anil Mrs. Lloyd Al bci;t, Mr. and Mrs. Erschel Mat thews and daughters, Miss, Shirlej Taul, David Waggoner, and Donald Svvisher, visited Sunday afternoon with Lawrence Albert at St. Jos eph's Hospital in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huddlestun visited with Mrs. Alice Thomas Saturday evening at the home o her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Bonnet in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Richardson and sons of Springfield were guest Saturday of his parents, Mr. anc Mrs.- Albert Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy Dorothy Sevier, Lena Pearl Davi and Eucl Jacobs of Columbia Mo.; Mr. nad Mrs. Elgin Jacob of Mexico, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Rhyll and Miss Frcdi Betzel of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs Leo Guthrie of Madison; Mr. ant Mrs. Ralph Jacobs and family and Eugene Jacobs, wcce weekenc guests of Mr. and Mrs. O, D Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. William Winson and Cecil were guests Sunday o Mr. and Mrs. Chester Winson o Gillcspie. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lahr and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berghoff of Alton. Mrs. William HenHricks and infant son,. Curtis Lynn, returned home Sunday from Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brown of Alton, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Strohbock and sons of Fosterburg; Lloyd, Roy and Glenn Strohbeck.oi' Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taggart, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl and family, and Mrs. Anne Kahl, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. If. O. File. EAST ALTON. - The annual !fi- lallatlon of new officers of tho chool Mothers Club will he staged t Ihe Westerner Club Lodge 'hursdny at 1 p.m. Mrs. Vurel McGoo, president, nnounced that persons desiring transportation lo Ihe lodge are lo leet at the Blair School at 12:30 .m. New officers are Mrs. Charles tolin, president; Mrs. Hubert Yo- lor, Mrs. Reuben Crystal, Mrs, Cdwln Doerr and Mrs, Charles llackloek, vice-presidents of Ihe our schools; Mrs. William Tra>and, secretary; Mrs. M, A. Gib- rons, treasurer, and Mrs. George 5avls, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Joe Glassoy Vvlll serve as nstalllng officer. Hostesses for the afternoon will e Mrs. Arnold Dennis, Mrs. G. E. llarkson, Mrs. Cecil Minor, Mrs. -Vools, Mrs, William Bncholdor, Vlrs. Lloyd Brave, and Mrs. Kenneth Townsond. Homo From Chicago ) EAST ALTON.-Charles Clark of 125 Bowman avenue returned today from Chicago where ho has )ecn attending an Intensive traln- ng program of Standard Oil Co. or 10 days. Clark Is employed n tho community relations ^dlvl- Ion of the Industrial relations department at Standard. Faculty to I.May EAST ALTON — A return basketball game between the faculty of the East Alton and Wood River schools has baen set for Friday at 7:30 p. m., at the East Alton.Jun- ,or High School gym. i Several weeks ago the Wood illvcr team boat the local teachers.. iCast Alton bund will play at the mlf time. v Member of College Unnil EAST ALTON — Jlmmle Treat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Treat, Is a member of the Wheaton College concert band, an organi/atlon of 60 members which will make Its annual spring tour March 21-31. Under the leadership of Russell H. Plot/, assistant professor of music, the band will make appearances In Jackson and Detroit, Mich., Kitchener and Orangevllle, Ontario, Houghton and Jamestown, N. Y., Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio, and Fort Wayne, Ind. New Store Hours EAST ALTON — Truman Vro- mfin, manager of the local Kroger store, announced that the East Alton store will remain crpcn each evening until 9 o'clock In line wllh Jr. Women Meet At East Alton EAST ALTON. — Mrs. William Uoo, junior district director for the 22nd district of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, announced that the junior district meeting will be held in Kast St. Louis, March .11, Mrs. Roe, Who has been president of the district unit, for th'c past, two years, reported an lion of officers will take place at lhal meeting and a covered dish dinner will be served. Mrs. Rniro Ha/en, president, conducted the business meeting of the club Tuesday evening. A report was given on Ihe visit to Lin <foln Lodge, last week, when 10 members of try; club enjoyed an afternoon with Col. and Mrs. Frank Henderson and I ho Trail f AGE FIFTEEN ^^••^•^^^^^W^^MMflMMMlsVMIsWHMHK named chilrmafl of thi ifTtftf* ments committee with Mfi, Bmrt Haydon Bs co-hostess, MM. Roe gave a report Ml het recent attendance of the jm\tif flls* trlet meeting In Springfield, iftd Mrs. Florence Day reported on the district board meeting which ihe attended Monday at O'Ffttfort, Members of the club plan to visit ihn occupational therapy depftrt- mont at the Alton State Hospital, March 27. Hostesses for the refreshment hour were Mrs. Gilbert WWtten, Mrs. Robert Norris, Mrs, EfVIn Haydon, Mrs. Edward Royse, and Mrs. Ralph Owens. The Orinoco plains of Venezuela are covered with wiry grass dotted with scrubby trees. Rangers, A eonlrlbullon was made lo Lincoln Lodge which will be used for bed linens and similar Horns. Members of Ihe Junior Woman's Club completed plans to serve as co-hosts at the Madison county unit mooting March 26 at the Community Building. The Senior Wo man's Club will assist with the entertaining. Mrs. Milton Mason was the Increased demand for later shopping hours. 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