Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 21, 1952
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952 Welfare Worker Addresses AAUW Group at Wood River WOOD niVKR — The Madison Counly Depnrlmenl of Welfare aids abbut 5000 persons, Miss Margaret King, county rase work supervisor. told members of Ibe American As- soclnllon of University Women THursdny night. The budget comes to nboul MOO.- 000 per month, or about $-10 for each person. Goal of the department is lo get people bark on their feel. The aid goes lo nboul 2400 old SRC pensioners, dependent children j of about ,T7. r ) families, the blind imd to persons who nrc totally nnd per- manently disabled. The County Department of Welfare Is under the Illinois Public Aid Commission. Music for the evening was pro- vidled by students of Roxana High School. It Included n saxophone solo by Terry Case hen arid n trombone quintet of Kd Harbke, Ronnie Shiilt, Charles Robinson, II, A. Walmsley and Ray Kidd. Dining their business session the University women Increased their donation lo the Red Cross nnd do- miled two day entnp enrnperships New/ £•£ Tri'pl-tfontrol Gives you Hot Water as Vou Want It/ NEW AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS COMPIETEIY AUTOMATIC! NO CHIMNEYS, NO FlUESI LOW OMRATINO COST! SPICIAl HI AMU A ft COLD-WATER BAfflll INSTAUS ANYWHEdlt OlASS FIBIR INSULATION! CAIROD* HIAT-WRAP UNITS) 10-YSAR PROTECTION PIANI Get pltnty of rtally hot water when you want Itl New Q-JC TrlpI-Control leu you dint the water itor- «g« temperature you wantl SEE OUR FULL LINE OF 0-E WATER HEATERS -TODAYI KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. EAST FERGUSON WOOD ItlVKIl Author/zed dealer GENERAL@EIECTRIC WATER HEATERS IMAI. <I-«.1<H for th'- Hrownlfl troop they sponsor. Miss Dorothy Abberley, president, led n diRriiSBion on chants in wording of the by-laws. II was decided that the next, meeting will be an open event. Miss Frances Mnwilt reported that more thnn $50 was realized from a recent rurnrnnge snle. The proceeds will be used for the fellowship fund. Hnslesscx were Mrs. John Geni- nalti, Mrs. K. W. Atkinson, Mrs. Robert Greenshields, Mrs, \V. V. Walker, Mrs. Ralph Srhreier and Miss .leann Ro.iiy l/>tiden. Attend Mitftlr. Convention WOO!) RIVKR Four Wood River, Knsl Ailon and Hartford music Iciii hers and supervisors left at nrxm lodny for Philadelphia, I'a., where they will n I lend the National Convention of Music Kdu- calors. The sessions be^an today and will Inst through Wednesday, '['he teachers lire Mr*. Kunire Robinson, .supervisor of vocal innsn- for School District 101 of Wood River nn») Hartford, Miss Vcia Jones, vocal music diredor at Kant Alton- Wrxxl River Community High Sch(K)l; Mrs. John Lowiy and Miss Mildred Ininlope. spcrml mil.sir: li'ttfhi-iH for K/i<;( Alton ele- (nenliiry schools. I'KO T« Mccl .Miinitiiv WOOD RIVKR The FC chapter of the I'KO will have a luncheon Monday a I 12 :'.'<! at (he home of Mrs. Mary llulchirison, <I3G North Fifth street. St. Bernard Girl /< ^ / L l !!l^ Scouts Elect! 135 Earn Places on Honor WOOf) RfVKR • St. Bernard's! Girl Scouts Intermediate Troop 77 | met Thursday afternoon «l. the j 'iiurnr of Mrs. Nick Skundrick, . r >8!) I Tiplon avenue, for their election j of officers, i Those elected were: Maureen I Kinney, president and Vincy Fil-i nrdo. sfrfvfflry and treasurer. i Plans were made for badge work j ( in the form of a potluck supper J Roll at Wood River Higfi WOOD RIVER Sixteen students earned places on the high honor roll at Kaxt Alt.on-Wo. d River Community H'i?h School for the fourth six weeks' period, and 119 were HO W|0gr CANUCK the clogging, TRANSIENT hind! Tike *H v»g»t»bl» Ollv* Tablets, 1&, 30* ft Mf*. DR.EDWARDS'rftOf, Wednesday. March 26, at fi p. m. In jibe Lewis-Clark School cafeteria (This will be for borne mnkiriK j badges. i A bike taken Wednesday, March i HI, gave the girls points for their i j outdoor badges, llo.ynl Nrluhliors Meet WOOD IUVKR The Sarah Camp j . fi!MK! of the Royal Neighbors met 1 Thursday noon at the Odd Fellows bull for a pollii' k luncheon. Games were played and plans made for a banquet to lie held April !',, for all members of the; order. Mrs. Walter Maguire Is ; chairman for Ihc banquet. I'liin Service WOOD IUVKR Plans were marie for a day of rcrollei lion lo j he held April 20, at Si. Bernard's j Church, at, the regular meeting of' the Daughters of Isabellc Thurs- I day night. i Father Treinen of DcSolo, Mo., will conduct the service for the day. Father Douglas gave a short talk at the meeting last night and plans were made for a potluck .supper May G, at the Westerner club grounds. Margaret Kienslra showed films taken in Rome, Italy at the pilgrimage last year. Wood River VIW Group A 11 c, n d Count y Council *' EVERYDAY PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Daily. 9 A. M. to 10 P M. WE DO DELIVER Sundays and Holidays, 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. - 4 P. M. to 10 P. M. Sickness and accidents may come at any time and we are here to serve you and your doctor, morning, afternoon and evening. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 230 EAST BROADWA' DIAL A2832 SAVE TIME BV ASKING VOUR DOCTOR TO PHONE US. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS WOOD RIVKR ~- Wood River Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary had the largest delegation Thursday night at. the Madison County Council meeting which was held in Vandalia. Twelve women arid 11 veterans attended. Francis Arnold, department chief of staff, spoke at the men's meeting. Several local women served as pro tem officers at the woman's session. They were Mrs. Edith Lyons, guard; Mrs. William Powell, color bearer; Mrs. Jack Creekmote, banner bearer; Mrs. O'Kellie Summers, historian; and Mrs. Arthur Curfrnan, treasurer. Others who attended were Mrs. Villa Frailey, county council president; Glenn Westerhold, county council commander; Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dildine, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Filardo. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Reichel. O'- Kellie Summers, Arthur Curfman. Dorwin Frailey, Ray Nolle, William Powell and Mrs. Andrew Manchak. The next county council meeting will bo at Kdwardsville on April 17. Dr. Morgan to Move Offices WOOD RIVER - The dental offices of Dr. Don F. Morgan vvill bo moved soon to the second floor of the O'Ncil building over the Fulp Drug Store. Dr. Morgan has occupied offices at 2A West Ferguson avenue for the past 1,'! years. AddrosHRH High 12 WOOD RIVER — Judge I. II. Streeper discussed the workings of the Alton city courts before members of the High Twelve, Thursday night. Judge Streeper was introduced by his brother, Robert Streeper, who was program chairman. Sixteen members and two visitors attended the meeting. Read Telegraph Want Ads Go by these Plain Had Rids I They show why a Chevrolet Truck costs you less to own and operate named to the honor roll, according to Mrs. Almeda ffull, registrar. Seniors on the high honor roll are Thelmn Kdg-ir. Joe Galea/. and 7'om Leonard; .juniors are Donald Huber, U>is .Jennings and Lucille Pritehard. •Sophomores on the high honor roll arc Patricia Kades, Shirley .Shirley Roosc Georgene Smith and Sharon Smith and freshmen are Norella Cot.., Raymond Grarnmer, Ix>rcn Sanders, 1-orene Sanders and Franklin Smith. '/'here wer" more seniors on the honor roll lhar any other class. They arc Geoiv Abernalby, Dorothy Bailey. M-i-edith Hartels, Jerry Fleers. ix>is Bert 1 }. Mary Jane Brtiggor. Sue Clinton, Jim Dammann. Margaret Dams, George DcLong. 1/njiii- Doyon, Willard Dugger, Kvelyn Ford. Norrna Gimmeson, Ginger Hari'is, LaVerne Harris; Edward K;imp. P .rbara Kelly, Barbara Lawrence, Mary I/ju Mayoral, Delon s N< ilvl. Frances Pock, Shirley Prulher, Barbara Puckett, Dorrn-i Rick,,ian, Polly Roberson, Maynnrd Saxhv, Dale Schillingor, .Vlary Skundrich, Carolyn Smith. Robert Slegemeier, f'eggy Slickels, Don;il ' Strack, Barbara Surt'alski, Bcrna.-d Taylor, Gerak' Veach, villiam Ward, Douglas Warfonl, Mary Walhern. Kay Wcdn.?r and Botiv Wilson. Nineteen niors were on the honor roll. They a.-e Charlotte ••- bulhnot, Dorothy Barach, Martha Bramhall, Jerry Burnam, Betty Campbell, Royce English. Shirley Everett. Joan Ford, Barbara Fra/i- er, Jack Green'hilds. Dona'd Hunl. Dana Mead, Norma Mil! ; gan, Gary Mooro, Joyce Rogers, Robert Sanders, Jo Ann Solterman, Patsy Suhling and 'hilip Voorhees. Thirty-one sophomores were named lo the honor roll. They are Edwara Affs'prung, David Allen, Belly Anderson, Shi lene Atkins. David Benson, I lickey Bolo, Tom Caboon, Patricia Camp, Judith Cobb, Betty Copeb.nd, Sherry Dugger, Robert Forsee, Richard Cllassey, David Harvey, Larry Hayes, Belva Helm, Lois Ilouser. Sandra Justice, Michael Mitchell, Miley Palmer, Mildred Patton, Pauline Quinci, Sarah Robinson, Rcva Rogers, Joel Schwalbe, Douglas Sparks, Sandra Thallman, Nancy Treat, Cletus Van Dreser, Ginger Walmsley and Carol Williams. Twenty-eight freshmen were on the honor roll. They are Robert Apple, Donna Bandy, Jack Black, Marsha Byron. Jane Cobb, Marjorie Cooper. Carl Draper, Carol Ford, Patsy Hcllemeyer, Nina Hester, Carol Hull, Brooks Juhlin, Annabelle Kamp. Shelby Kohlmiller. John Messick, Nancy Moore, Doris Mull, Ronald Mullen. Nancy Patton, Anita Pavish, Ronald Powell, Marjorie Powers, Lorraine Sanders, Velda Saxton, James Schum., Rodger Smith, Kenneth Stetson and Patricia Vandiver. ^W ^^^F^l^^ ^ipl^ ^^^T ^l^^lf ^^^^ (Continuation •/ ilondard tqu'p- mttnl and trim itlui(iat»d ii dt- pendant on ovoi/abit'ty of moterig/J Saves you money on purchase Payload pound for payload pound, a Chevrolet truck lists for less. Merc's an immediate, cash-in(he-bank saving itiut Chevrolet offers. Cuts operating costs A Chevrolet truck works for rock-bottom "wages" on fuel and upkeep. You get the proved savings ol Valve-in-Head, and many other 1'ealurcs. v The right truck lor your Job Chevrolet trucks are factory matched lo tile job — tires, axles, frame, springs, engine, transmission, brakes. You get tbe truck you need. Saves by lower depreciation Chevrolet trucks traditionally bring more money on the used truck market -and that can mean more money for you when you trade or sell. Just about two and a half million users of Chevrolet trucks are proving you can't buy a belter truck lo save your money. You save when you buy. You save on operation and upkeep. You save on getting the job done fast and right. You save when you trade. Come on in and let's talk over your hauling or delivery needs, and then take a look at the kind of truck you want on your job. REILLEY BROTHERS, INC. MOII CHIVIOUT I8UCIS IN USf THAN ANY OTHII tUMI 914 f. Broodwqy ALBRECHT CHEVROLET, INC. ALTON, ILL. Dial 3-7787 222 Edwardsville Rd WOOD RIVER, ILL. Dial 4-4338 DOROTHY FAYE CROSS, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \Vil;,on H. Grose, 3.18 Doerr avenue, Roxana, is now able to walk and attend school regularly since the Madison County Giapter ol the Illinois Association for Crippled. Inc , assisted in obtaining the braces she is wearing in this picture. She is a student in the firs! grade at Roxana and has been unable to walk since birth.—Staff photo. New Officers Installed By East Alton School Mothers WHAT'S NEW FOR 'S2 . HOIHESHGllI MAR. 29- APR. 6 KIEL AUO. 2 - 10 30 PM KAST ALTON. March 21.—Mrs. Charles Bolin was seated as the new president of the School Mothers Club during installation ceremonies Thursday afternoon at the Westerner Lodge. Other officers who will serve with Mrs. Bolin include Mrs. Hubert Yoder, Mrs. Reuben Crystal, Mrs. Edwin Doerr and Mrs. Charles Blacklock, first, second, third and fourth vice-presidents serving from the Blair, Washing- Ion, Lincoln and Kast Alton Junior High School, respectively: Mrs. William Traband, recording secretary: Mrs. George Davis, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. M. A. Gibbons, treasurer. Mrs. Joseph M. Glassey, a past president, served as installing officer. Retiring officers were: Mrs. Vurel McGec. president; Mrs. Orvil Oglesby, Mrs. Fred Maneke jr., Mrs. Harvey Heigerl. Mrs. Fred Sullon, vice presidents: Mrs. Ruby Orr, recording secretary: Mrs. Walter May. treasurer, and Mrs. Kthel Kverett, corresponding secretary. The service club has a total membership of 110 on ils roll. Some of the major expenditures for the year included the contribution of a flag to the new Junior High School building. March of Dimes, Community Chest. Cancer Society, the Brownie troop which is sponsored by the group, new kindergarten room curtains and aid for needy children. The refreshment tables Thursday afternoon were centered with bouquets of sweetpeas arranged in containers resembling the old-fashioned "wishing well" with individual nut cups reminiscent of the "old oaken bucket." The invocation was given by Mrs. Florence | Day, first president of the club. I Past presidents of the club who attended the meeting were Mrs. Day, Mrs. Glassy, Mrs. Harold Chamberlain. Mrs. Mitchell Jack| son. Mrs. Kddie Miller, Mrs. Fred ! Sullon. Mrs. V. J. Bra/.ier. Mrs. | Lowell Taylor, and Mrs. Ralph j Guess. Corsages of pink carna- i tions were presented lo all the i past presidents. Gifts were pre! sented to the retiring president i and her officers. Following the refreshment hour. i games were enjoyed. Hostesses I were Mrs. Arnold Dennis, Mrs. j George Clarkson. Mrs. Cecil Miner, Mrs. Leo Wools, Mrs. William T. Bacheldor. Mrs. Lloyd Brave and Mrs. Kenneth Townsend. MADE FOR SPRING ... these beautiful Mode 0' Day Sheer Cotton Dresses! Sheer cotton frocks for Spring's balmy days, refreshing and pretty. Sizes 14 to 20 in this lovely swirling print. Note the scalloped sleeves and pockets, the generous full skirt. Hand washable, and 3 P«ir NYLONS •:'-"' - ,.; v-;. •- ''''' V Full Fashioned! Guaranteed Perfect! Bo* 2,60 mOD€ O' PAV 116 W. THIRD ST. — ALTON, ILL Kast Alton Pinochle Clul) Entertained EAST ALTON. March 21.-Miss ; Marie Jerrells entertained her pinochle club at the home of her | sister, Mrs. Ralph Barfletf, M4 Ohio avenue, Wednesday night. Pri/.es were given to Mrs. Clarence Brazier, Mrs. Leo Jacobs and Mrs. Barllett. Other guests present in addition to those receiving pri/es were Mrs. James Searcy, Mrs. Kverett Ing, Mrs. Anna Jacobs. Mrs. George Searcy, Mrs. Charles Kennan, Mrs. William Haufe, Mrs. Francis Kennedy and Mrs. Norman L. Williams. Refreshments were served at 'Ihe close of the evening. Operetta (irossos $387.75 KAST ALTON.-John K. Byrnes, .publicity chairman, announced that total receipts from the operetta, ,"TIMS Pinafore." given n week | ago by the faculty and students of : Ihe Junior High School, amounted j to $387.75 ! Silica Source* Found SINGAPORE .T -The only known source of silica in Southeast Asia has been discovered on Pulau Te- kong Island, a few miles off Singapore. Analysts said sand on the island's beaches contained 99.5 percent of silica from which lenses, cut glass and other high-quality glass are made. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Kate Smith says: "Here's the Wonder Paint we've shown ym on television* JOINER Hardware and Electric 1113 Milton Road Dial 2-4569 We Deliver

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