Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 21, 1952
Page 13
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Mtmber of The Associated Press. 5c Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952 Hawks to Open Track Practice First Session Will Be MOM. day Afternoon CARROLLTON — The opening practice for the 1952 track season at the Carrollton High School will bo held Monday, under the direction of Coach Anderson who was n star In track at both Lane Tech and the University of Illinois. Meets already scheduled Include Western Miliary at Alton, April 5; the Greene county meet at Roodhouse April 25; "Illinois Valley meet May 2; District meet May 9 and the State meet May 16 and 17. Other meets will be scheduled. Several of the point winners that helped Carrollton win the Illinois Valley and the Greene county championships last year will be back this year. The team will be led by Captain Lyndell Smith who stars in the high jump and hurdles. Olher letter men are James Johnson, 100, 220 and low hurdles; Stanley Reno, mile; Jack Tapp, 880; CJeor«:e Graner, shot; Roy Speckhard, hif?h hurdles and 440; Richard Ross, 220; Ira Wallers. 100 and 220; Robert Brooks, 220 and 440; Ja<:k Roberts, shot and discus, and Don Graner, 100, 220 and broad jump. Bob Howland, a letter man from Eldred last, year who was in the 220 and 440 will be on the learn this year as well as many olher athletes. Attend State Meet CARROLLTON — Lyndell Smith, Ray Shaw, Roy Speckhard, Bob Foiles, Jack Roberts, John Darr, Bill Smith, Bob Howland and Jack Tapp of the high school are spend- By Maqr Leadtag to relieve distress of kiddies' CHEST COLDS E Twin Daughters Born at Carrollton Hospital CARROLLTON r. and Mrs. Neil Carter of Hillvlew, are the parents of twin daughters horn March 13 at Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Carter is the fo .«r P)mma Lou Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kentner Williams of near Kane, and Carter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johr Carter sr., of this city. The couple have one other child, also a daughter. Including the twins, eight babier were born the past week in the local hospital, five patients underwent surgery and 15 entered r or medical treatment. Three of tho 15 received care following accidents. They are: William Meyer and Monty Edwards r Jerseyvlllc, David Walden of Greenfield. Other babies born were: a son March 13 to Mr. and Mrs. tx;e Camerer of Kampsville; a daughter, Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Peuterbaugh of Kampsville; a son Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Charles LeBriyere of Jerseyville; a son to Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Varble of Jerseyville; a son Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Chapman 01 Plainvievv, and a daughter Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Edward Albert of Piasa. Patients undergoing surgery were John Tapscoll of Chesterfield; Mrs. Rosalie Unver/agt of Greenfield; Lyndell Taylor and Miss Judy Lee Eddy of White Hall, and David Wallers of Jerseyville. Patients entering for medical care were; Mrs. Annie. Ferguson, Mrs. Aileen Sherfy and Henry Schleeper of Fieldon; Mrs. Shirley Uriggs of Jerseyville; Mrs. Carrie Henderson of Greenfield; John Rush of Rockbridge; Elmer D. Wilkinson of : 'ieldon; Mrs. Herschel Hackley of Carrollton; Mrs. Ruth Wilmot and Mrs. Them Howard of White Hall; Sam Abbott of Kane, and Mrs. Goldie Gorman of Eldred. Japan probably won't' have TV ing this week in Champaign attending the basketball finals. The boys were accompanied by Coaches Hamann, Anderson and Read and Superintendent Olin Stead. LIMITED AMOUNT PAID UP STOCK FOR SALE 3% Dividend PAID SEMIANNUALLY July 1st and January 1st 'SAFETY OF SAVINGS INSURED Keep Your Funds SAFELY PROTECTED Against Loss CITIZENS Building & Loan Ass'n. 325 SMITH AVE. EAST ALTON Us* Our Parking Area—Right at Our Front Door. Church Services At Carrollton CARROLLTO-f "The Cyrrnian Cross Bearer" is the theme of the sermon which will t be delivered Sunday morning in the Presbyterian Church by the >artor, the Rev. Elmer Settorljnd. At '.'. p. >n. The communicants' class will meet at the manse .nd discuss "Life's Greatest Topics." The inlcrchurch table tennis tournament, will be held in the Presbyterian Church beginning at 7:30 p. m. Monday, "hoir practice will be Thursday, in the churc!.. The Rev. Waller B. Pruett will speak on "Thou Shalt Honor Thy Father nrd Thy Mother" in the Methodist Church. The Methodist ping-pong tournament for adults will ho held at 7 p. m. Sunday. Intermediate Youth fellowship will meet Monday at 3:45 p. m. with Mablo Shaw as leader. Tre social committee is composed of Marilyn Pruitt and Shirley Rne Roll, "'he senior choir will practice Wednesday at 7. The Methodist men's group will also meet Wednesday evening in the church basement. Representatives from th< local W. S. C. S. will go to Beardstown, Wednesday, to attend the luncheon meeting of the Jacksonville District. "Our Christian Heritage" is the theme of the sernio- to be given Sunday in the Christian church by the Rev. Morris Eames. The Rev. Laurel Grigg will speak at Sunday morning and evening services in the Baptirt Church. Ciirrollton Notes CARROLLTON—A. C. Lovek.-imp of Jacksonville, and sons, Alvin Lovekamp of New Berlin, and O. H. Lovekamp of this city, spent Wednesday in SI. Louis where Ihe elder Lovekamp was placed under Ihe care of a heart specialist. Sgl. Nelson Sheets, who has been spending a leave parents, Mr. and here with his Mrs. Homer Sheets, left Thursday to return to Portland, Ore., where he has been pharmacist at (he Jnternalionfil Airport. Upon his return to Portland, Sgt. Sheets expects to be sent to Japan A marriage license was issued March 20 from the office of Dwight. Coonrod, county cleric, to James L. Hankins of this city, and Miss Betty June Emmons of Alton. Godfrey Legion Marks Birthday GODFREY—American Legion Post 1218 met Tuesday evening in the town hall and was presented with a large layer cake in commemoration of the 33rd birthday of the Legion. The cake was baked and presented by the women of the auxiliary who met the same evening. A report was made on the school medal awards to be presented to a boy and girl in the eighth grade in each of the eight schools in Godfrey township. The medals for these awards have been ordered. The recipients of the awards are chotion by their fellow students and teachers upon the basis of courage, service, leadership, honor, and scholarship. The dance committee reported progress in the pjans for Ihe danc completion to be spon: by the post March 28 in the Civic center. Tickets may be Secured from members of Ihe post. Commander and Mrs. W. Leo Jones, Mr. and Mrs. ayelte Pi- voda, and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Logan Hickerson attended Ihe Bond-Madison Council at Glen Carbon Wednesday evening. Arrangements were madt to securt the 22nd district ritual team for Iho near future. This ' j I tivim will conduct a ceremony to i.iitiate all Ihe members of ,lie post. To Discuss Bond Issue At Edwardsville Men EDWARDSVILLE ..-."Should the voters approve the $1,500,000 school bond issu for Edwardsvllle Community Unit Dist. 7" will he the Established January 15, 1836. question meeting" discussed at n scheduled f( .• 8 "tOW'l p. m. Tuesday at EdWardsville High Sdhool auditor!*! ,-, The meeting is being sponsored by the public affairs committee of the local Junior Chamber of Commerce to provide ~> forum for discussion of the bond issue, to be voted, on Saturday, M-irch 29. Speakers at the meeting will be Clyde Fruit, secretary ot I IN. unit district school board, and the Rev. William C. Brketneyer. pastor of Prnirietown Lutiieran Church. Short tnlks will be followed by a question-answer period for discussion and audience participation. Douglas to Speak at Ed wards ville Saturday EDWARDSVILLE -- U. S. Sen- ntor Paul Douglas (D-I11.), now on a speaking tour, will address an open meeting at Ihe courthouse here Saturday evening. March 22. Arrangements for the meeting were made after county Democratic; leaders learned that Senator Douglas wouH stop in Edwurdsville on his tour Saturday evening, after a speaking appearance in East St. Louis in the afternoon. Topic of his address WHS not announced, but he is expected to discuss subjects of national interest. The meeting, open to the public, is scheduled for :UO p.m. in circuit courtroom No. 1 on the courthouse third floor. School Heads to Meet at Venice Senii-Aimual Session Set Monday Evening EDWARDSVILLE - Alton Supt.. of Schools. .1. B. Johnson will he among five Madison countians'tak- ing part in panel discussions at a semi-annual meeting of the Illinois Association of School Boards and southwestern division of Ihe Illinois Association of School Secretaries, scheduled for Monday evening at the high school in Venice. Supt. Johnson will participate In a discussion of "The School Office -- Its Techniques And Tools." Miss Avis B. Spragg, an instructor in East Alton-Wood River High School will discuss one phase of the topic. Other panel topics and participants from this county are: "How Is Our Education Program Affect- Realty Sales By Tingley Agency The real estate sales by the Tingley agency, Including some previously announced, were listed today by the agency. In the list was purchase of the C. M. Marsh residence nt. 2001 Liberty street by Dr. Robert Elllolt. Other transactions through the Tingley agency: C. 0. Jones, general freight manager of G. M. O, railroad, the H. C. Maul residence .at 943 Mo- Klnley boulevard, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Muul purchased n home on Marquellc Drive, Northslde Annex addition. Dr. Hubert Allen purchased the Glennon Jackson residence at 426 tlelleview. ' The Robert Turner residence, 414 Prospect street, was recently purchased by Jmnes McBurney. Edgnr Nave purchased the Me- Burney home, 1116 Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs, Normnn White pur- Hospital Beds and Wheel Chairs FOR RENT FOR SALE Dial 3-5013 Standard Home Furnishers ed by Health?" Physical and Dr. Frank M. Mental Lecver, president of East Alton-Wood River Community High School board of education; "Education For Better Living," Eugene Robinson, member of Roxana board of education, and Principal Edson Smith of East Alton-Wood River High. A 6:30 dinner will precede the evening program of five panel discussions starting at. 8 p. m. County Supt. of Schools George T. Wilkins, in announcing the program, said the meeting was open to school board members, administrators, county superintendents and school secretaries from a .10-counly area comprising the 'southwestern division. The other nine counties are St. Clair, Randolph, Calhoun, Jersey, Monroe, Bond, Montgomery, Macoupin and Hardin. For Kids Only HELENA. Mont., /I'--The Fish and (lame Department of Mont unit lias set up nine new fishing ponds posted lo keep out adults. The "kids" will be limited to Ihe use of Ihe slate's anglers under lit. With Iho latest addition, Montana has 2,'i fishing areas "for youngsters only." BOYS! GIRLS! Ages 9 to 15 Years — Enter This Contest Sponsored by . , , THE BROWNS BASEBALL CLUB AND KRAMER ELECTRIC CO ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS WRITE A SLOGAN OF 25 WORDS OR LESS "WHY I LIKE TO LIVE IN GREATER ALTON AREA" 40 FREE PRIZES All Entries Must Be In the Mail by Midnight Saturday, April 12th FREE PRIZES INCLUDE Baseball tfackits • Portable Radio • Autographid Bastballs • Frit Basiball Ticktts THE RULES ARE SIMPLE AND EASY • Write your slogan of 25 words or less. • Mail to Kramer Electric Co., 112 E. Broadway, Alton f All boys and girls from 9 to 15 years old are eligible. JUDGES OF CONTEST ARE AS FOLLOWS: Francis Schleuter, Bill Brunner, Chief of Police Galloway, Robert Brown, E. C. Kramer. 112 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS Kiddies: Watch for Our Fishing Conteit to Be Announced This Coming Season! 500 E. BROADWAY (Opposite- Bridge) chased a home at 838 McPherson street, owned by Mrs. Marcella Kurtz of Chicago. The Clnrenco Vnn Hoy residence 3413 Milton drive, was purchased by Mrs. Dorothy B. Campbell of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. VV. B. Rrown of Edwardsvllle purchased the residence at 329 Llndenwood boulevard owned by Eldon Reuttel. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark Jr., purchased the Val Mahoney residence located at 1403 Liberty street. Mr. and Mrs, Al Sprtngrnan pur* chased two lots on Danforth street formerly owned by DP, L. Mood Harris. SHOP AT GRANTS AND SAVE ATTENTION The League of Women Voters endorses and urges you to vote FOR a COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT on Mirch 22 because; 1. The new unit district will make it possible to claim more state aid. 2. Our school boundaries will then be safe from annexation by other districts. 3. The tax rate for the unit would be approximately the same (the present rate is $1.10). 4. A unit district would provide better educational opportunities for all students withih the area. For Information as to Whtro to Voto, Calh 2-8750 — 2-2128 — 2-2942 or 2-4023 or nm Do you figure on having r,marle i ,l for your Easier Suit? darling-, of the whole'.uiI fashion the new I ex lured fabric 1 :, and all-woo dine:, in new fashion colors as well jlar.k. Sizes for Juniors $49.95 lo $55 Suits $59,95 to $09 Suits See Alton's Selection for Miss America Sponsored by Junior ( hitinher of Commerce Tues., March 25, 8 p.m. at YWCA No Admission Charge, Open ToiiifffU Till 9-00—Tomorrow 9 to

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