Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 21, 1952
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PAGE FOUR ALTON EVENtNO TELEGRAPH Bird* wMrtng tinfoil milk hot- i tup* around ffvir necks hnvn »eM\ vocrnlly In Art-hash, Nor)hem rrflund, ntlfr flwny \M renter ol the cnpi )o drink milk toff on ^ : V 'I-. •;. ,^>*ja-,?''i>*itifcjyfe<:', _^ ; Bi'iiikftr Hill Yonih ft al Parks St. HH. Jnines T>. Tnie<ulnlc, son of Mr. flful Mr*. I>rlmoro /.). TruofwlHlr, v. IK today with I/nj|» University. Mr. Tniw- majorert In aeronautical rn«l- He un» nrflduaied from Hl*h School In 19-16. hi« three years »t ['.'irks Trucsflaift w«s active In intramural sports. a bachelor of He is a member of 'he institute .... degree from I'aiku <>>!• of ncronantlffll seiencrs, and tho of Arrorwullefll Technology of I society of automotlvo The Right Time To Buy a Home The righl tims to buy a homo for YOUR family in whan you know tho kind of home you want to buy or build, and you have accumulated the necessary down payment. Waiting will only deprive you of the months and years of happinoBB you could upend living in it (and getting it paid off froe-and-clear). If the time for you is NOW—come in and see us about the home-financing. ALTON GERMANIA Building & Loan Association 617 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-5222 ALTON, ILLINOIS. Goal in Sifthl Donations for Hardin Shoe Factory Now Total 115,000 t/ j HA RUIN' A large rnd enthusi- i at the, Hamburg School the cvonins aslie crowd of bowler* for the pro- ; ol March '2%. Proceeds will be ported *hoe fai-K,iy, to be built, here, used by Ihe hot lunch program. .1 . . . , . it ... _ 11 .•. ,l 'fi... i.*,. . —.,..: 11 _ /"' l — t*... I- J38 Students on Hardin Honor Roll IVrfocI Score HAIiniN -- Tho Hi Urn courlhome \Vod- nnmc-i of on the , , gnmrre« HI. mr,™,*.- „,-..- Tho Iv.mpsville drade School ,: fnlhoun t'nil 40 HiRh nendny niRhl to roport on the pro- will have the nrmunl immuni^nlion the fourth six week per- Kiev-i of the movement. It was' proRrarn sponsored by the PTA. 'J' " , rnll(/h i in ,,f Bali-blown disclosed that arouml 115.000 had ; Friday. March 28. beginning at ^ ', M ^'' U| p,',„,,), a pcrfort boon dormled toward the bulldm* a.m. ! ± ( Sh P ! Hosclv followed by of tho factor,. | Charles Ducey of iho U.S. Army, ,. .. the U'ediif'sdii. nighi meet ins,', his pinenls. Mr, and Mrs. K. .1 of Halchtown. . . ,, . . . . . , . These officers will serve until May ' r>uoey Ho h helnc trnnsfenwl to 1 FnllmvlnR I* " 1f> ll<u nt f , A 1, whori H ,,on.uiriont board will ; ,n oastrTn cump Irom fort fliloy. '" «hc-ir order ot standing. l •' ' ' •' ' '•»"•*'»• ''-'"" '5" lk( '' " (lll>n Ull- fRIDAY, MARCH 21, 11*2 ....I. ""•• "°""" | Standard Retires Frederick Schuster i Frelerlek G. Schuster of St. 1/niis has been placed on tho annuity roll of the Standard Oil Company Wood River Refinery. Schuster had continuous , service with the company from April 17. 1!W'>. His entire period F. (l. Si-hunter •) f employment was spent in the Kevy Oils pivis- cr at Np. 14 Pipe Still. t,, ident; lo.torl by tbo o f'orbnt. was named pres- Frank .Vuri:;lcrrmin, vice Kan. Chris had a Ladder* and Jlrn Watl(>; s »n. lluth Balko. Helen HaRen, Dolores Link. Lanocrs ano Jirn \\atio •••"•"• -""^ ...... " — • . ., rlon large audience ThursflH.v!-'"™ Hosa. Denny Cockn II, Olcn ii* .- . ipreMdent; Kd Uoth. iroasuror .md j „„„ t)mK as they bcRfln to place ! riinRhausen. Joan lerkoii, :,J Clark Anderson secretary. iho rock veneer around the bund- 1 Nfvius. iMiRht JlinRhaus( '»• l '' nn ' 1 Committees for Eolidlalion werc !H |«ncl. Bailey. Maxino Bland, Hoy named at iho meeting. These com- The Hardin PTA group met at fnberg, Carl IIausm! '""; • i . .... ..i—., A T.iA^.*m A nit a S»(*nml Species of birds whose Slimmer nro thousands of milrs apart are to be found in the same tree In their winter resort. tho school cafeteria Thursday evening. Smnrt Durku KDMONTON. Alta.. ft— Two wild ducks have sclented the North Sa»- >,u, ,^ ,mv<; =><.-..;.-"....,....* "«« HaRcn. Beverly Kinder. Virginia katchewan rlvor as a winter loea- Carter, Mary Ann Goers. Agnes i lion instead of making the trip German, Doris Godar, Anna Lehr. .. :_. , « n. ._!-_!_ f\\^.-.t Vl« r\' i inillccs plim on contacting all the residents of Ihe community and giving Ihe,n a clu net It cooperate in the projei-t. The ni".I meeting will lie at Ihe courl house Wednesday evening, March L'li. Hill-din Note* HAIU.HN Funeral services for MISK Caroline Beer, 75, wore held al. the Penlecosliil Church by Ihe paslor, Kev, Frank Cook, this afternoon. Burial was in Hardin eem- el cry. The deceased had lived her entire life in this community. The North Calhoun Woman's Club I will meet Saturday. I Mrs. Humphrey X.umwnll of the j/mnsvnlt Cafe, is spending a few days in Florida. She accompanied her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allison of Wlscon- I 8in, who are on a vacation trip. ! Mr. and Mrs. F.ldon Armsirom? Ihe 33rd birthday ofjho _oi'Sanlxa- of Kampsville, celebrated their 58lh wedding anniversary Tuesday. vlevo Poore, Anita Schmidt, r j ctej Simon, Marilyn Harmon. Millie i Retzcr, Alice Carpenter Mary Fischer, David Carmody, Dorothy] Zlpprieh, Mary Loo Ansell, Duane: south. The ducks were spotted In open walers warmnd by an outlet. at the city power plant. 255 Pa id- Up Members Gary Long, VirKlnia Obst, Mary Ann Roth.'Fern Shea, Joann fiery and Norman Gotsvay, Calhoun Legion Post Shows Steady Rise in Membership HARDIN - Calhoun Post H.IH. of Iho American Legion celebrated always made it available for various public functions, list of Ihe past anders of They are enjoying very good health for their age. An oyster supper will be served »*+» Three yards of frilly flounce! 40 denier nylon tricot amazing at 3.98 Yes, yovi may have seen nylon slips at this incredible price . . . but when have you seen lustrous, long-wearing 40 denier nylon tricots! With every »eam lock-stitched! With 6-inch deep ruffles of lace and net... we've even had the net hemmed to prevent ravelling! No wonder we call it our MIRACLE SLIP. White only; sizes 32 to •/•/. Wear these famous-make nylons once and you'll be sold forever! me .1,1 ru oirmuuy 01 mi- ui i;nin/.<i- ^ |j s (. o |- tnp p., sl commanucrs 01 lion Monda.v night. The local post | )hc ] on;| | p ()Ht rnn kes interesting is almost as old as the organization ,. caf ji nK f or friends of the Hardin Itself. May f>. 19^0 was the date of Ihe application for charter, and the organi/aiion meeting for the post was June 10, 19'JO. There were 15 charter members at the meeting 60/15 nylons 89* if sold with brand name SI.50 • Specially purchased first quality 60/15s... with greater elasticity, more snag resistance, sheer- dull Enish. • Careful workmanship and inspection insure uniformly superb quality. • Choose light or dark seams, spring-beige or jpring-taupe shades; 117 West Third St. STORK HOURS: Frida»—» to » P.M. Other Oa,M>—8 to 6 I'M. community. Following is the complete list: Marshall Blackwcll. J. C. Schreiher, Goorge ( Mottaz, Charles V. Pregaldin. J. L. Dixon, Peter A. Miller, F. E. McDonald, E. J. Duccy, Stephen Roth, H. L. Whltworth, John Sihley, Claude Armstrong. Ray DeLong, Lewis Likes, Phillip Aderton. Elmer Schecr, Arthur Kamp, Joseph Sibley, Jack Holloway, Marvin Byrd, Hubert Shaw. Raphael Bchrens, Paul Hanks, Jim Ringhausen, and James McDonald. Some of these Famous Kinily Glasses which vvu.s hold in Uic town hall. Officers elodPtl that yenr were: commander. Marshall Blackwcll; vice commander, George Mollaz; adjulant, Phillip Aderton; and sec- rotary, Frank Schlceper. Of the charter members only four still attend. They are: Phillip Aderton. Kd Schlecper, Frank Schlcepcr, and F. E. McDonald. I men ser ved two or more years. The post did not grow much for ... . . several years. The lowest ebb was in l!)2:i, when only 17 members were on the rolls. No meetings were held in 1927, but V!0 members paid up their dues. From 1928 on, interest grow and n steady rise in membership was noted. Today the post has 255 paid up members. Jn I'.Kij the post bought the old county fairgrounds north of Karelin al a public auction for $'105. Today the land is worth several thousand dollars. A down payment of 10 percent was made by C. C. Worthy, R. E. Purccll, Mary Rastello, M. O. Bal- lenseifer, and Paul Durr. The rest of the money was raised by loans from members of the post. The site contains several acres of riverfront and runs to the pavemetH on the west. It is subject to flooding in very high water, but is an ideal location for picnics and boat races. In the fall of 1938 the post bought a building from K. H. Sellmeyer which stood at the site of Bach's cold storage plant. The building was wrecked and moved to the legion grounds where it was rebuilt and enlarged. Much of the work and material were donated by hiembers and friends. The first meeting in the building was held May .15, 1939. Consisting of two floors and being of commodious dimensions, the building has been a great asset to Ihe com- inunilv, as tbe organi/.alion has KIDDIES PATENTS FOR EASTER! • Infiints' Sizes 4 to 8!a • Children's Sizes » to 1U4 • .MlKseV Slr.cs 13 to 3 BOYS' AND GIIU.S' OXFORDS FOR EASTER Vnlucs, Si/,rs 9 to 3 Stun' .S<«rr»x 804 E. BROADWAY, ALTON Between Oak and Spring Sts. For cither Near or for Far. For Liltlc As It's true! Vou can buy glasses complete (or as little as $12.50 nt your Kindy Glasses store. Kind.v Special gives you an attractive shell-type frame . . . lenses ground to your prescription for either near or fur sinht. See Kindy for glassies . . . today! 213 IMASA ST. S 25.00 Boulevardier coats in costly checked pure wool 19.95 SPECIAL PURCHASK! Checks as crisp as new dollar-bills — pure worsted checks styled with contrast binding, double- breasted closing! Adjustable belt to make it fitted or boxy. Navy or brown; sues7 tu \'l. STRAW BONNET with perky flowers, ribbon binding. Natural, navy or red 2,95 STRAW HANDBAG in flower-basket style with flowers on Jid. Natural, navy, red , 1,95 fi/Ui IHX 117 West Third St. C STORE HOUKS: Friday » to » P. >I. Other Days 9 to 5 P. M. VOTE FOR THE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION SATURDAY, MARCH 22 POLLS OPEN FROM 12 NOON TILL 7 P. M. SEE MAP OF POLLING PLACES IN MARCH 18th ISSUE OF THE TELEGRAPH T/ii.s .Ur.*.*ri£r .S/Jonsorc*/ /?y The ALTON P.T.A. COUNCIL VOTE FOR THE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT,

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