Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 21, 1952
Page 11
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PSIDAY, MARCH 21, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELBVKN Alton Area Deaths Mrs,PansyWagner Mrs. Pansy A. Wagner, 52, died unexpectedly Thursday at 3:30 p. m. at the home of a daughter. Mrs. Edward Brown, in Bethnlto, where she was canvalescing following her return from St. Joseph's Hospital. Death was believed due to thrombosis (a blood elot). Mrs. Wagrier had been a patient In the hospital for three weeks following, a fall in which she incurred a hip fracture. She had made satisfactory progress following the accident and last Tuesday had been moved home from the hospital. A daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Scroggins, she was born May 3, 1899, in Alton. She had resided the greater part of her life at. Eldred and. for the past year had made her home with her daughter in Bethalto. She was married in 1918 to John Wagner, who preceded her in death in July of 1949. Surviving in addition to her daughter, Mrs. Brown, are a son. John A., of Brooklyn, N. Y., two sisters, Mrs. Clifford Hopkins and Mrs. John Mackey of Westminster, Calif., two brothers, James Scroggins, WhiUicr, Calif., and Charles F., of Montibello, Calif., and four grandchildren. The body is at Smith funeral home in Bethallo where friends may call after 10 a. in. Saturday and until 10 a. m. Sunday when it will be taken to Eldred for rites at 2 p. m. in the Baptist Church. Burial will be in Berlin cemetery, near Edwardsvillc. Ohio. Diemer, « native of Denmark, came to the United States nt. the age of 26 and had spent the greater part of his life in educational fields. He had been principal of the Granite Cijy school from 1927 to 1933. While residing in Alton, from 1935 to 1940, he had been employed in government work. Surviving in addition to his four children are his widow, Helena Diemer, and a number of grand children. Funeral services and burial will be at West Palm Beach, Fla. Plan Wood River Preaching Rally 6 GUMI Pastors Will No nt Tlirro-Dnv Meet Harold B. Diemer Harold B. Diemer, former resident of Alton, and former principal of the Granite City Vocational High School, died unexpectedly Thursday at Pompano Beach, Fla., according to word received by a son, Harold B. Diemer jr., of Route 1, Jerseyville. His son, Harold jr.. accompanied by a sister, Mrs. Pamela 1-Ier- rick of Indianola, Jowa, left by plane today for Florida to attend the funeral. They had been preceded by another brother, Richard Diemer of Chicago, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Phillips of Cincinnati, YOU WANTED MORE COLORS Mrs. M. Compton GRAFTON— Funeral services for Mrs. Maude Irene Compton, 81, who died Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Alton, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Saturday in Jacoby funeral home, Jerseyvillo, with the Rev. Harry Fish of Graf ton officiating. Burial will be in Scenic Hill cemetery, Grafton, Friends may visit the funeral home after 7 p. m. today. Mrs. Compton, the widow >of John Complon, was born Feb. 22, 1871, at Wijaconda, Mo. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Irene Meier and two sons, Francis L., and Orville II., of Grafton; a sister, Mrs. Mary Vinson, Lima: 12 grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren. J. A. Harmening WOOD RIVER — Graveside scr- vicns will ho conducted at 11 a. m. Saturday in Valhalla Memorial Pai'k for James Arthur Harmoning, one- or twin sons horn Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Harmening of Route 1, East Alton. The Rev. Henry Wichman, pastor of Evangelical & Reformed Church, will conduct the rites. The body is at Marks mortuary where friends may call afler 6 p. m. today. The baby one of twins, was born at 4:35 p. m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital and died there at: 9 p. m. Surviving in addition to the parents and twin brother, John Andrew, are a sister, Susan Elizabeth, 4, and a brother, William Karl, 2; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Harmening, Route ], East Alton and the materna grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rehbein of Wood River. Wood River Dramatic Club Initiates Class WOOD UIVKR Six sues! ministers will sponk nt a throe-tiny prenching rnlly, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thiirsdny at the JTIrsl Church of Christ (Christian). The osMons begin at ":!!() p.m. cnch lay. Speakers for Tuesday will he S. Edward Tesh. professor of the Old Testament at Mnroln Rlhlo Insti- ute. and Harold Ford, professor Of New Testament at Lincoln. Dale Wilhoit of Belleville, will be n charge of the session and Mark Vcavcr of Pocahontns, will lead devotions. Tesh will speak on "The Humility of Christ" and Ford on 'The Persuasion of Love." Speakers for Wednesday will he •lie-hard Key, a former* of he local church and Chester Wil- iainson. Both are teachers at the Ozark Bible College. Charles Brnnum, a minister at East St. Louis, will be in charge of he session and Jack Schlieker of Ferguson, Mo., will lead devotions. Key will speak on "Be of the Same Mind" and Williamson will speak on "Do All in The Name of Christ." Speakers for Thursday will be Toe Maynard of Detroit, 111., and Joseph D. Hill of Latonia, Ky. Porter, minister of the host church will be in charge of the session and Harold Huck, an elder in the local church will lead clovo tions. Maynard will speak on "The Exalted Christ" and Hill will speak on the topic "A Prepared Place for WOOD RIVER -- Forty six students, the InrRpst einss ever, were initiated into the Stage nnd Stammer dramatics club nt East Alton- Wood River Community High School, Thursday night. Students directly in charge were. Evelyn Ford, president, Jerry Veach, James Dnmmnnn, Tom Leonard nnd Roger Wilbur. | The initiates are Eddie Ballard,' Irma Bartols, Nlnn Berrey, Shirley Bonn, Jack Cnho&n, Pat Cnld- well, Betty Collier, Nancy Cooper, Norella Cola, Mary CummlnKs, Margaret Dams, Cordelia Douglas, Wanda Downing, Leon Fitzgerald, Joan Ford. Pat Oieslke, Rlehnrd Olnssey, Ixiu Grahle, LaVerne Harris, Mnr- iela Haycraft, Phyllis Hudspeth, Sandra Justice, Nancy Keller, Betty Lehnorl, Bill Mnyberry, Pat May ford, Jennnle McMnnuc, David Mourning, Carol Reeder, Robert Ricks. Shirley Roose, Judy Sanders. Loren Sanders, Sharon Smith, Don Snedfker, Donna Stone, Charles Townaend, Pat Vandiver, Eddie Vitatoe, Ginger Wnlmsley, Donna Wilson, Edyth Woods, Janet Wooff, Sandra Young, Wilford Younger and Bob Zacny. Square Dunce, Course Ends nt Wood River WOOD RIVER -The first course of instruction for heginnci' square dancers ended Thurt lay with n graduation night celehrnllci nt the Wood River Roundhouse. Seventy- two persons attended the eight- week sessions. Members of the beginning class presented Boh Herman, caller rnd instructor, with a complete western outfit. Rormnn has been i-ssisl- ed by several men.bers of the Roundhouse Squares, The response to the beginning course was so ^ eat, that arrangements are underway to organize a second class soon after Easter. A spokesn -jit for the group retorts that the classes opened with 10 squares or 80 people and th, I illencUmcc has warranted nine •omplete squares each evening for he eight weeks. H Is believed that lias been the first activity of Its type In this area. The classes wer^ organl/ed by the Roundhouse Squares, a regul Wednesday night square dancing grout) that Is sponsored by UK Social Plaiviin* Council. The Squares meet from 8 to 10 p. m each Wednesday and the beginners have meet from 8 to 10 ead Thursday. An averag of more than -ine oC every ten children are subject to tooth decay. a Prepared People." On Sunday there will be a rally day observance in the Bible School. It will bo one of several throughout the year, planned to help keep attendance on the rise. IN... 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Appliances • fhinihiiiK • Iliinlunic Dcltnar ill Stair, North .Alton Diiil 1!-39I« JMs^r, Sloan Sails May 7 .for Spain Ms«r. W. T. Slo'an. rector of Old Cathedral, will sail May 7 for Europe, nnd afler visiting in Paris. Rome, Naples and other cities will ijo In Barcelona. Spain, lo attend I he Eucharist ie. Congress, May 27- Juno 1. Following Hie Eucharistic Congress, he will sail for home. Father K;ilph Guido of Benld also will aliend the Eucharislic Con- "MY PFAFF Makes Everything B Mistake!" because PFAFF and only PFAFF . . . ha s the exclusive DIAL-A-STJTCH that eliminates attachments. • Slakes buttonholes • Sew* on liuttuntt • Blind stitchf. • Sews ttraight and reverie • /is t TKAUK IN VOL'K OLD M.U'JUXE • Overcast . 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If you do not lose weight with the very first bottle Just return It to the manufacturer for your money back. You need never know a hungry moment while reducing with RENNEL. dy night by O. C. Farmer, nrer. the credit union has ft prea- cnt mt*ml>er8hlp «f 2(107 pprsonn. The organization hns made 21,828 nuns amount to $3,801,331.90 since Ranlzrllon In 1935. Tho next regular merMtiR of the jonrd will ho April 3. Directors nnd ifflrers fit-ending the Thumlny evening meeting wore .1. il. 'Ferguson, II. K. MeC-rlhy, W. C. dd, R. I.. Graham, K. T. Brown nnd Fnrmi-r. Others altcndlnR were 0. 0. Gll- )crt and 'arion . Mygnlt cf Ihe supervisors' committee; Cecil H. llnnkonshlp and William ivt. Jackson of the credit committee, and lioorge I... Kgglmiin, office man- iger. Shell Credit Union Releases Report WOOD RIVER — OulHtimding loans of the Shell Credit Uplot amount to $3n5,.M6.31 and total us sets of the organi/ation are $8 1-13.97. The figures were reported Tl.urs Revival Meeting Open* At South Roxuna SOUTH ROXANA — The Assembly of God Church on Stephenson avenue hrgnn revival services Tues- flny with the Rev, Hollowny of St. Louis, as evangelist. There will ho special music eneh evening, The Flev. Charles Twento Is pnator, East Alton Honor* sinter EAST ALTON.-Mrs. Bft'lhn Alhers of 225 Wood River Avenue, entertained with a covered dish dinner Wednesday evening nt her home honoring her sister, Mrs. Mao Bruce of Kansas City, Mo., who is visiting relatives here. Other guests were the hostesses two brothers, William and Dowoy Smith of St. Iiouls; Mrs, Dewey Smith and daughter, Nancy; Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes R. Heil and chll- SOUTH ROXANA — It wns recently slntefl in this rolumn that the fish fry and dedication of plny- Kroiiml equipment In the Dads' Club pnrk would bo April '25. This Iron, Berdie nnd Sndonna; Mr. nnd VIrs. Maurice Colclasure and chil- Iron, Chuckle nnd Blllle Joe; Mr. ind Mrs. Charles F. Edwards and ions, Rnndy nnd Terry; Mr. nnd vtrs. Arthur Snodgrass jr., nnd son, Eddie, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Parker, nil children and grandchildren of tho hostess. Cnnnsln wns enjoyed and group singing was accompanied by Charles Edwards. 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