Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH East Alton PTA Meet Sfet Sunday EAST ALTON. - Miss Edith Oefken, school nurse for District 101, will bo the speaker at the Parent-Teacher Association meeting Monday, 7:30 p.m., at the East Alton Junior High School. Miss Oetken will discuss network in the school system and an nudience participation discussion period will follow, Mrs. V. ,T. Brazier, president, announced that Al Foster will give a demonstration of physical education in the primary grades. Foster is a physical education teacher in the East Alton schools. He will also give a demonstration of square .dancing, using a group ot sixth grade students who have been re- ceiving Instructions outside of the regular school period, Rflko Sale EAST ALTON. - Women of th Meadowbrook Church of God wll have home-made cakes and pies on sale at the Reese Drug Store, Fri day, at 10:30 a.m. The committee in charge of th bake sale will include Mrs, Em Voyles, Mrs. Charles Curran, an Mrs. Charles Crites. The Rev. C. Whitesel Is Ihe pas tor of the Meadowbrook church, Results In Church LCHRUP EAST ALTON. — In the church league games Tuesday evening Jameson Baptists were defeatec by the Free Methodists, 31 to 46 Brown Slreet Baptists lost to the East Alton First Baptists 49 to 75 East Alton Methodists won over Ihc Assembly of God quintet 67-51 and the Friendship Baptists dp feated the Edwards Street team 51-28. Be up to the Minute! DON'T DELAY ACT TODAY! Sensational BULOVA TRADE-IN SALE! AMfRI^AN QIU I49M CONVENIENT Witcfiei, enlarged to show detail Price* Jncl. Fed. Tax. TERMS For PROIVIPT nnd DEPENDABLE REPAIRS . . . Take Your Watch and Jewelry to BRANDENBERGER'S First Class Repair Department. BRANDENBERGER'S JEWELER 215 PI ASA STREET f AGE mm Man Injured in East Alton Crash Car Hits Traffic Island Early Today EAST ALTON -- .Tames K. Hasham, 31, 410 Job street was given emergency treatment at \Voo< River Township Hospital nt 3:2f a.m., today for a laceration of the skull nnd lip sustained in nn automobile accident which occurred n 3:02 n.m. when his car hit the traffic island near the Intersection of Illinois avenue nnd St. Louis avenue. He was released following treatment. According lo the police report Rasham was traveling west on St Louis avenue when his car struck the dividing island near the intersection of Illinois avenue. Considerable damage was done to the car. At 3:45 p.m. Wednesday police were called to a three car accident near the traffic Islands at the intersection of Ningra and St. Louis avenue. All three cars were traveling east. The first car driven by Al- )ert Penney, 822 Pine, pulled into he middle lane of traffic to make i right hand turn into Niagra when he second cnr driven by Lloyrl Berkley, 25 West Ferguson, Wood River caught, the rear bumper of the Penney car as it turned. The mpact threw the second car into he path of the third car which was driven by Olen Hallows, Cottage Hills. Moves To New Home EAST ALTON -- Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Shrum, jr., have moved o their new home in Rosewood ileights which they have just recently completed. They formerly Tsided at 228 South Pence. Sunday evening they entertained vith a birthday dinner honoring Ihrum's mother, Mrs. Charles Shrum, sr., and the hostess's fa- her, Andrew Varga of Girard, in celebration of their anniversaries •vhich occurred March 10. Guests present in addition to'the lonorees were Mrs. Varga, Mr. ind Mrs. Mike Hayes, Carrollton; VIr. and Mrs. Amos Ruyle, Alton, Charles Shrum, sr., and Miss Joyce Shrum. East Alton DAL Officer Honored EAST ALTON — Members of he Daughters of America Lodge urprised their councilor, Mrs. Howell Harriett, with a birthday party Tuesday evening following he regular lodge meeting. A gift was presented to Mrs. Barnett from the lodge members and a social hour followed. Prizes at games went: to Mrs. . V. Dawson, Mrs. Fred Williams, Mrs. Leo Wools, Mrs. A. ". Jones, Mrs. Zola Rayburu, Mrs. Earl ..awrence and Mrs. Barnett. Party dcjorations were in the >t. Patrick's Day motif with the efreshment table centered with a arge birthday cake flanked by all green Candles. Hostesses were Mrs. Myrtle Ed;ar and Mrs. Rayburn. The Lodge lower Council will stage an initia- ion service for new members at foamed with mesh or elegantly simple . , . ' to much fashion /or only Winking Black patent in Spring's loveliest new styles . . . just as you've admired them in Vogue and Life. Three from our lart:e Easter collection . . . many more in ir-d or navy calf, a. variety of heel Unusually fine quality at these prices! the last meeting In Apr'l. Chnrrh Pinna Study EAST ALTON. The congregation of the Friendship General Bail- list Church will begin n seven-night intensive study pertaining to the Christian Education program Monday at 7 p.m. at the church. The course will be taught by the Kev. C. K. Murray jr., pastor, nnd persons taking the course will receive credits from the Oakland City College, Oakland, Ind. The course will be completed in seven evenings with each period to run for one hour and 40 minutes. Following the study program, a week of pre-Easter services will he held at the church starting April G and on Easter Sunday a two- week series of revival meetings Wood River High Club Elects Paul f.nmlrn Named Head Of Science Group WOOD HIVKR . The Science Hub of the F.nsl Alton-Wood Ulvr Community High School elected of- will begin nt the church. The Rev. Murray Jr.. who has been employed as one of the recreation directors at the Tloxnna Community Building, has resigned his uosl to devote full lime lo the work of (he ohurcb. fleers ft 1 a meeting Tuesday night. They are Paul txniden, presl- denl; Joel Schwnlbe, vice president; Patricia Cnmp, secretary; Nlnii Hcrrey, treasurer; md Shirley Lindq; ist, librarian. The next meeting of Ihe group will be April '2, Club To Meel WOOD RIVER The Past Noble Grand chili of the local Rebekah Suits All Dogs D RIVAL ^ DOG FOOD Lodge wll! mfct Friday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Isabella Oliver In Cottage Hills. Viola Harris ot Wood River will bo as- slstant hostess. • ,1 \ r ,,l, fn FRIGIDAIRE SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. i I \\ I I 1(1 . I -' IN \\ f LUSTRJV4X Wi AMN *»f WeMtf fld«M ROEBUCK AND CO. "• n—iianMHiiii ig- 1 "*' 1! **' lgI ' m TtM»B sensational array of values! . . fiSinfl'* special ~ purchase ^ incs tq» and sale I ^ ,0dV»ne line-up nest One look, and you'll recognize the gorgeous styles and fabrics as usually much higher priced. The season's top woolens! Beautiful fitted and, boxy styles! Popular colorsf) All sizes, 10 to 18. sa\e Just think-right now, ot the very stort of Ihe spring season —all th« best-selling styles-forword berets, rooftops, bonnets, pillboxes and other favorites—in straw braids, candies and srrawcloth — with tiny flower clusters, delicate vetting, rayon velvet trims—wonderful spring shades! Phon« S«an today gboul compltle ^1 You Are Invited to Attend Sears Style Show Thursday, March 27, at 8 P, M, Presenting New Spring Fashlont ALTON Ph 3 .°4

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