Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 22, 1952 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THRftB Public Ceremony Jersey DeMolay Chapter to Install Officers March 27 JEftSEYVILLE-Offleers of the local chapter order of DeMolay for the coming quarter will be installed the evening of March 27 in the Masonic Temple. The public is Invited to attend the ceremony. Erwln Freesmeyer will be seated as master councilor; Sid Hormell, as senior councilor, and Harold Scheffel, as junior councilor. The other officers are appointive and will be named prior to the installation. At the meeting of the chapter Thursday evening Tom Powers was elected chaplain. Eight new members were Initiated into the chapter at the meeting. They are Robert Eugene Downey, Finis William Schultz, John William Winters and Larry Eugene Beadles of Jersey ville: James Theran Jories and Richard Harrison McCow of Dow, and Delbert Paul Noble, and Daniel Ross Wallace of Grafton. Kenneth Ringhausen presided as master councilor. He was elected to fill this post, to. succeed Herschel Chandler who left for service with the navy in San Diego, Calif. The basketball team pf the local chapter won the seventh district tournament and will play in the state tournament at Matton March 29 and 30. Advisor Ralph Egelhoff will be in charge of the team. The Grand Chapter of DeMolay has designated the following members of the chapter to receive the chevalier degree: Roger Roth. Bert Seago, Dick Holladay, Bill Wahle «nd Delbert Mourning. Date for conferring of the degree will be set later, fluent* of Relative!) Here JERSEYVILLE-Dr. and Mrs. George Burchfield of Maryville, Tenn., arrived Friday to visit through Monday with the letter's mother, Mrs. Leola Henry, and with her grandfather, William D. Landon, and other relatives. Visiting at MunHterman Home JERSEYVILLE - Mrs, R. E. Schultheis returned .Saturday to her home In Mt. Carmel, 111., after spending the past week here as a guest of her brother-in-law and sister, City Commissioner and Mrs. Francis A. Munsterman and family. Former Resident* Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Bruce Penweli and son, and the former's father, George Senior of Pana. were visitors this week with Mrs, Penwell's aunt, Mrs. Thomas Case, at the Russell Campbell home, near Otterville, and with other Jersey county friends and relatives. Change Meeting of Unit JERSEYVILLE — The meeting of the North Mississippi Home Bureau Unit has been changed to Monday instead of Tuesday. The session will take place \at 1:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs, Sylvester Kallal.' • ; If a lump of potassium Is thrown into water, the metal will start to burn. GOLDFARBS DEPARTMENT STORE WOOD RIVER We Have Sold Out — ALL BILLS CAN BE PAID ABOVE THE STORE Your Prompt Attention Will Be Appreciated Thanks for your patronage During Our Years of Business Sol Goldf arb Jersey Soldier Arrives in U. S. Cpl, Dcvening Spent Past 10 Months in Korea JERSEYVILLE, March 22.-Cpl, Arnold C. Devening was among the soldiers who arrived in San Francisco, Calif., Tuesday aboard the transport General W. F. Hasc on leave from Korea. He Is expected to arrive In Jersey county in tho near future on furlough. Cpl. Devenlng is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Devenlng sr., of Dow. His wife, who was formerly Miss Alice Little, and their five- month-old daughter, Nancy, have been residing with Mrs. Devenlng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Little in Jerseyville. Cpl, Devening has never seen his daughter. He entered service in November, 1950. Before entering the service he was an employe of International Shoe Co. here. Plan Observance of Apple Blossom Week in Calhoun Church Circle Plans Meeting At Jersey vitle Jersey Boy Is Member of SlU Concert Group JERSEYVILLE, March 22.-Robert Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs, Norman Brown of this city, a freshman at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, is a member of the group of 53 voices composing the university A Capella choir and Madrigal Singers, which has recently returned from a concert tour in central Illinois. When they presented their concert in East St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Pearl E. Johnson of this city attended the program. Brown was graduated from the Jersey Community High School in 1951, He was a member of the glee club at the school and was also a member of the choir of the First Baptist Church. Former Resident Dies JERSEYVILLE — Relatives of Mrs. Alice Hersum of Olathe, Colo., received word here Friday of her death which occurred there Feb. 22. Funeral services and interment were "at Olathe. She was the widow of the late W. O. Hersum. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Mrs. MersVim was born in Jersey county and lived for many years in this locality. She moved to Colorado about 50 years ago. She made frequent visits to Jerseyville and'Atlanta, Mo., until the past few years. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. John Bloomer will be hostess to Circle No. 1 of the First Presbyterian Church at Its^ next meeting April I. Colored pictures of Old Mexico taken on several visits to that, ountry will be shown by Miss tary Margaret Quinn, member of faculty of the Wood River Community High School, a former Jer- eyville resident, Mrs. Norman Sinclair and Mrs. harles Stanley were co-hostesses t the last meeting of the Circle eld at the home of Mrs. Sinclair. VIrs. Fred W, Howell gave a paper n "South American Democracy" t that time. BrlngM In New Well JERSEYVILLE — Grant Gres- am, former resident of this city, rrived here Wednesday evening or a week's visit. Gresham Is en- aged in the oil drilling business ind is now stationed at Lexington, y. Gresham's drilling rig brought In well two weeks ago a few miles rom Lexington, The will Is in a ocality where oil has been 'pro- luced for the past 30 years. Gres- lam estimated the new well as a 2 barrel a day producer. '" finest* of Mother Friday JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. James Donohue of East St. Louis, and Mrs. Peter Lane of St. Louis, ,vere guests Friday of their mother, Mrs. P. J. Fleming ot his city. WEDGE BANK OFFERS Another NEW Banking Service! M-D-H PLAN MEDICAL DENTAL HOSPITAL A plan for the Installment Financing of MEDICAL— DENTAL-and HOSPITAL EXPENSES . . . available .to all persons having a good credit record. Pay these expenses promptly . . . just tell your Doctor, Dentist or any of the Hospitals you want to use WEDGE BANK'S M-D-H PLAN. They know about it and will cooperate by handling all the details x»f your application. 30 MINUTES FREE PARKING WHILE YOU BANK REMEMBER... It's just 26 steps /rom our parking lot to the bank entrance. Manufacturers Of Bank Service Growing With Alton /or 49 Years t Plan Hot Lunch Program At Cottage Hills School COTTAGE HILLS, March 22? he fund raising committee of the ocal Parent-Teacher Association jegan a house-to-house canvas icre, and will continue until April The program has been ap- >roved for the local school and 1500 was pledged by the PTA for he installation of equipment this summer. Hot lunches will be served at the beginning of the next school term-. Members of the committee are Mrs. George Mead, chairman, Mrs. Roland Klopmeier, VTrs. Vernon Walker and Mrs Toward Oliver. Visitors Return Home COTTAGE HILLS.—Mr. and Mrs Donald Tyler and Mrs. Louise Connett, all of Eldorado, returnee to their homes Thursday after visiting several days "with Mr. anc Mrs. Cecil Little. Choir Concert COTTAGE HILLS.—Members o Concordla Lutheran Church an their friends have been invited t attend a sacred concert presentci by the Concordia High School A HARDTN — Eight membert of he Cnlhoun Apple Advertising Hub met here Friday night to mnke plnns for the observance of liple blossom week. They wefe: . L. Whltworth, Ellis Inrnnn, Art ;amp, Willlnm Hngen, John Bopp, Carl Frnnke, Paul Fiedler and Joe ngle. The main question before the ommlttee was the decision on ,1ust vhflt kind of souvenirs would -too andcd out to the thousands of Isltors who annually Invnde the ounty during the blossom time, 'or several years booklets have jcen prepared at a great deal of Ime ana trouble, the booklets vere always very popular, especlal- y the one of last year which con- nlned 130 tested recipes for 'the use of apples. However, It was decided to have omethlng new this year and the ommlttee members picked two In- chesting; souvenirs for distribution. ;he first Is a beautifully colored leenl showing the map of the cotm- y and the points of Interest. The it her Is a key ring and chain. The ilastlc holder will show the picture f Burnell Haug, apple queen, on one side, and n slogan for the apple nduslry on the other. The name and slogan are baked Into the plas- Ic so that they will Inst Indeflnlte- y. The Batchlown delegates reported that they 'would be unable to make provisions for the queen's uncheon parity and the queen's dance this year, so this part of the n-ogram has been turned over to Tardfn, The queen nnd her party and friends will be served a chicken llnnor at noon on Apple Blossom Sunday at the school cafeteria and he dance will be held that evening n the school gymnasium. Growers reporting on the condl- ion of the apple buds say that the county will not. have more tharfan n-erage display of blossoms this ear. Meeting of WSCS Held at Shipman SHtPMAN-Mrs. G. C. Callahan of Kdwardsvllle, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the East St. Louis district, was guest speaker at the local WSCS meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Lyle Duncan conductrd devotions. Talks were given by Mrs, A. G, Schoeneman, Mrs. II. R. French, and Mrs. W. U. Schoeno- man, and a playlet was presented by Mrs, Lyle Duncan, Mrs, II, R, French, Mrs. J. W. Hunt, and Mrs. II. II. Schrier. Tea was served at the close of the meeting and Mrs. H, R. French and Mrs. It. H. Schrier poured. Guesls present were: Mrs. Mitchell Taggart, Mrs. Marry Banner, Mrs. Thomas Huddlestun and Mrs. C. D. Watkins. Attends imi Meeting SHIPMAN-Thc Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Wodlckor and children, Frank and Anne; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Odell, Mrs. Elmer Weaver and children, Lee, Ralph, and Hazel, and Myrtle Perrlne, attended the assoclntlonnl meeting of the Baptist Training Union nt the Hot- tick Baptist Church Tuesday evening. The Rev. John Flannery of Waggoner^ was guest speaker. Piasa 4-H ChijT Elects Officers Brighton Entertaining Nephew BRIGHTON. — Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woodson are entertaining heir nephew, SK-3 Robert Isenberg, U.S. Navy. He is spending a week visiting relatives here before going on to his home at Vallejo, "lalif. Russian 'Inventions' Ignored MOSCOW, /P—Vogorously attacking the Encyclopedia Britannica for falsifying their version of history, Moscow papers arc re- niphasizing the role played by Russian inventors in world science. The potato plant is a native of South America. Capella Choir Sunday evening at 7:30 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Alton. The choir is from Seward, Nebr. Missionary to Speak COTTAGE HILLS.—The Rev. Arman F. Wright, a missionary from Kentucky, will be guest speaker nt Cottage Hills Baptist Church Sunday morning. Hill Grove Sewing Club Entertained at Shipmnn SItlPMAN-Tho Itill Orovc Sew- ng club met at the homo of Mrs. Frank Hnrt Tuesday. A potluck llnner wn.i served nt noon. Those present were: Mrs. Orvllle Cam- ittm and Mary, Mrs. Walter Efjel- ioff, Mrs. Floyd Darr and Uamona, VIrs. Don Cravens and Tommy, Mrs. VV. S. Reno, Mrs, Earl Park r, Mrs. Fred Straubo, Mrs, Clies- :er t)arr, Mrs. J. Tl. Alward antl Vtarlyn, nnd Mrs. Fred Mart am! daughter of Glllesple. The club wil meet April 1 at the home of Mrs Earl Parker. Attend I It Rally SH1PMAN - Attending the conn- ly 4-H rally at Medora Tuesday evening were: Gene and Rlehart Joklsch, Clifford Talley, jr., Mr and Mrs. J. R. Alward and sons Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Cameron anc family, and Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Hrokwlser and son representing the Plasa Bird 4-M club; Thomas Connors and son, Jesse Huff anc son, Udell Meyers, Mr. and Mrs Truman Pockllngton and family and Carol Sue Breltwlsef of the Shlpman 49'ers club? Mr. aftd Mm, C. E. Taylor and Dotty, DotaP*» Jayncs, Shaaron Christopher, Net* da and tAizeUft v «3chwab, Carol Rutherford, Shirley Krause, Janice Mailack and Ruth Pockllngton of the Shipman Sunbeam Qlrl*. cr Jokl»6h, Mr. and Mrs, Orvllle Cameron and daughter and Mrs. J. R. Alward and Marlyn. OPEN SUNDAY § A.M. to 12 NOON CHICKENS AND MEAT AVAILABLE NOTTOLI Bros* Super MM* HICHLANb & COLD STS, SHIPMAN-Thc Plasa Bird 4-1 lub elected officers Monday evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Breitwlser. They are: Dan lanscn, president; Loo Slampe, vice president; Leslie Alward, secretary-treasurer; Jack Alward, •eporter; Clifford Talley jr., song ender, and Donald Breitwlser, •ecreallon. David Waggoner, Lee Stampe and Franklin Graham were named on the program committee. Donald Breitwlser, Clifford Talley jr., and Richard Jokifich will present alks at the April meeting at the I. R. Alward home. Loaders of the ilub arc Ronal Eroitwiser and J, R. Alward. Other members present wore 'rank Wodicker, Gene Joklsch, John Waggoner, Billy Egelhoff, ind Orvillo Cameron, jr. Other guests were Waller Egelhoff, Horn- THE RAPID READING INSTITUTE OF ST. LOUIS ALTON CLASS IN RAPID READING Begins: Monday, March 24, and Tuesday, March 25, at 7-8:30 and.8:30-10 P.M. ALTON HIGH SCHOOL ROOM 107 Application oi scientific training techniques can in* crease the reading speed oi molt adults by 65 to 100% ' with an increase in comprehension. A demonstration, open to the public, will be held at the beginning sessions, March 24 and 25. The training requires two 1V4 hour classes a week ior 6 weeks. No outside work. .AH classes in the evening. Quick Muldoon, The Shower! KiKhty-fivn ye«rs »KO a recruiting officer named Muldoon hit upon the idea of MituniiK soldiers liy promising: them nil in- till (i u IT lit the end of H day's drilliiiK and murrhiiiK. Nowadays it'h nil even ({renter pleiiHiire to (lip under a re- fri-shiiiK shower itt the end of the day's work or piny, Muldoon lisc-d u liiicliet with holes in the hottoin. .Modern shower equipment is eonvenient, sufe, iind Riven you nil the wilier .you want — nt just the right temperature. Von haye it wide choice of shower equipment — oxer n till) or in it cabinet. No longer do you have, to worry nliout lii-iiiR scalded or frozen. New controls govern the temperature of your shower so that a twist of the. hniid on the mixing valve keeps your shower water the. way you want it. For the latest in shower equipment — summertime comfort — Cull. UD. ALTON AREA MASTER PLUMBERS ASSN. ALTON PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 30'i State St. Dial 8-3539 BRUNNER PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 309 State St., Alton I>ial U-2B31 N. N. CHALLACOMBE PLUMBING & HEATING CO, 558 K. Broadway.' Alton Dial 2-3131 THOMAS J. FLEMING 211 K. Broadway, Alton Dial 3-8875 GEORGE KANE 278 Eighth St., Wood River Dial 4-4571 MEYER PLUMBING & HEATING 267 E. I erfrmon Ate., Wood River Dial i-8913 MODERN PLUMBING & HEATING SUPPLY GO. 350 Main St., East Alton Dial 4-4354 RYNDERS PLUMBING & HEATING, Inc. 1700 Central Ave,, Alton Dial 2-7414 STOCKER PLUMBING & HEATING 68 E. Lorena Ave.. Wood River Dial 1-4834 This series of ads is sponsored in the interest of modern plumbing and heating installation. BOAT LUMBER DEEP SWAMP RED CYPRESS 1x12 . . . 35c PER LIN. FOOT 1x14 .. 61>/4C PER LIN. FOOT 1x16 . .. 70c PER LIN. FOOT 1x18 ... 78 3 / 4 c PER LIN. FOOT FENCE POSTS • WHITE CEDAR 3" Round 7-Ft. 4" Round 7-Ft. 4" Round 8-FI. 38c ea. 60c ea. 70c ea. CLOTHES LINE POSTS 4" Round 10-Ft., With Pins $2.00 ea. Clothes Line Props • 2"x2"-9-Ft., 65c ea. COMBINATION STORM and SCREEN DOORS 2-8x6 8-1 8 " W.P.P. Clear Grade 8-Lt. Glazed, Galv. Wire, Ea . only $17.18 3x3 Galv. Butts - Brass Pin ' Per Pair $1.20 No. 6 Superior Silent Door Closer . ... $2.95 Dexter, Polished Brass . $1.80 CEDAR KENNEL BEDDING Bushel Bag, 85c RED WIRE and PICKET FENCE - 50-FT, ROLL 4-Ft. High $9.25 3-Ft. High $7.75 SCREEN DOORS 1J" W.P.P. VARNISHED GALV. WIRE 2-6x6-6 $6.65 2-6x6-8 $6.90 2-8x6-8 $6.90 2-10x6-10 $7.15 3-0x6-8 $7.25 3 0x7-0 $7.45 SPECIAL HALF WINDOW SCREENS Painted Metal Frames Bronze Wire $1.89 Ea. Act Quickly - Limited Quantity Sizes 20x20 to 32x24 * DURALL ALUMINUM TENSION SCREENS Full Window - Frameless No Painting - No Fitting Roll Up to Store Away. Popular Sizes in Stock 16x20 2-Lt. Size Only . $3.21 INSULATION BALSAM WOOL Double Thick Blanket 100 Sq. Ft. Roll . . . $8.00 CELL-U-BLANKET 150 Sq. Ft. Roll . . . $8.25 USG ROCK WOOL BATTS 50 Sq. Ft. Ctn. . . . . $3.88 CELOTEX ROCK WOOL HAND-POURING BAG 10 Bag Lots . . . $1.40 ea. FRFF FTOIATF IRLL LJlUVlnlL Monthly Payments on Labor and Materials. Plan an Added Room, New Roof, Sidewalks - Any Remodeling or Improvement! GINTER-WARDEIN GO. 450 FRONT ST. DIAL 3*3SM

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