Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, March 24, 1952
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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Kite Flying Contest Saturday at Betlialto BETHALTO—The' Maple Homes Playground Association will sponsor a kite flying contest Saturday at the playground In the Forrest Homes addition. The contest will get underway at 10 a. m. No entry fee will be charged and anyone under 21 years of age Is eligible to compete. Rules of the contest are being distributed this week. Enter* Hospital BETHALTO—Mrs..Edith Schulte entered St. Francll Hospital In Lltchfleld Friday suffering from acute neuritis. Bethalto Woman's Club Fetes Husbands at Politick Dinner BETHALTO — Members of the Woman's club entertained their husbands at a potluck supper Friday evening at the Methodist Church. Mrs O. Darrell Smith read the "Club Collect," Mrs. Mary Mender sang two Irish songs, and Miss Doris Lessman spoke on "Alcoholism and Drug Addiction." The Woman's club voted to again sponsor Troop 70 Girl Scouts and $5 was voted*to the Red Cros* Your TV dollar buys more than ever I New Low Down Payment up to 78 WIIKS to pay CHECK THESE BIG SAVINGS! WAS 17-in. 17-in. 17-in, 17-in, 17-in. 17-in. 20-in. 20-in. 20-in, Tablt Model, I7-T-7....*. $269,95 Consolt (Blond), 17-0-113 $359.95 Consoli, I7-C-M4 $389.95 Console (Blond), I7-C-M5 $419.95 Console. I7-C-II7 $319.95 Console, I7-C-I20 $415,95 Table Model, 20-T-2 $299,95 Consolette, 20-C-I05 $349.95 Consolette (Blond), 20-C-I06 $369.95 SOME QUANTITIES LIMITED I NOW $229,95 $239.95 $249.95 $259,95 $249,95 $289,95 $269,95 $299,95 $329,95 f GENERAL tt ELECTRIC 201 EAST BROADWAY PHONE 2-2531 und. It. was reported by the II- jrnry committee that 200 books are now ready for circulation nt the ibrary, 175 of the books are chil- Iren's and 25 are adult fiction, vlrs. Clifford Doerr also presented box of books to the library. Mrs. Charles Schoeneweis appointed the following nominating Committee: Mrs. Wes Kmde, Mrs. Art Elliott, Mrs. J. K. Henkhaus, Mrs. R. G. Klein, and Mrs. A. Mller. They will present a slate of officers at the April 18 meeting. The club will serve lunch at the second session of the music festival contest, here on April 5. Lunch will be at Prehn's store and each member is requested to send two ties. The annual banquet will be icld this year at the Mineral Springs Hotel In Alton, May 1-1. The annual meeting will be held April 18 and hostesses will be Mrs. ?nul Perrin, Mrs. H. T. McAdarns, Mrs. ,J H. Henkhaus, and Mrs. Ralpli Pointer. € hostor f iohl CHESTERFIELD — Lowell Lee Get?., son of iMr. and Mrs. Carl 'tz, has been made a member of the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity at the University of Illinois, according to word received by his parents, this week. Members of the local home bureau unit will be entertainer Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. J. Lockyer. Mrs. Theodore Duckels assistcc by Mrs. Harry Davis will be hostessses to members of the Daughter's of Dorcas church schoo class Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beard o Havana are announcing the birth o a son Thursday at a Springfielc hospital. He is their third child and second son. Mrs. Beard is the former Miss Dorothy Lee. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee o Havana, former Chesterfield resi dents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee came here Thursday evening ac compahied by the two children o Mr. and Mrs. Beard and will visi at the home of their aunt, Mrs Robert Keele. MH-. and Mrs. Theodore Hall o East Alton, .were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Edith Hall. Mr. and Mr*. E. B. Wright re turned Thursday evening from Sesser, 111., where they went to at tend the funeral of her mother Mrs. Mary Jane King. Rickey Henderson pf Carlinville spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs. Charles Hounsley, The Layman's Evangelistic band met Friday evening at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller a Woodburn. Those from here at tending <v.ere: Mr. and Mrs. Ear Leach and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Frandford, Mr. and Mrs Clyde .Adams artfl family, Mr. anc Mrs, Donald England, Mrs. Harok Nixon, Mr. and Mrs. Theodor Duckels and family, Rev. and Mrs T. C. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs Miles Johnson.. Purge In Brazil RIO DE JANEIRO, March 22 #>__From 17 to 24 army sergeant were reported under arrest las night in a drive to purge the Bra zilian army of Communists. lliRht Spot for Break HERRIN, III. UP) — Dr. VV. Lewis couldn't have picked a rnuc better spot to break a leg. He di it getting out of a qar with Dt W. A. Miller, head of Herrin Has pital, after a meeting of physician and surgeons. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" (ampsvilleChurch Circle Organized- Mrs. C. Jones to Head Sunshine Group KAMPSVILLE — Women of the 'rfctbytcrlnn Church mot Thurs- ny afternoon and organized a new oriety which wilt replace several lundny School class organizations ncl will include all women of the hurch. The new group will be mown as I he Sunshine Circle. Of- leers elected were: Mrs. Clarence 'ones, president; Mrs. Paul Camp- jell, vice president; and Mrs. Ellsworth Ansell, secretnry-trens- rer. , The senior group of the church net Thursday evening and effect- an organisation for young people which will be known as the Vestminster Fellowship. Officers lected for this group were: Paul <lunk, president; Doris Churchman, vice president; Marylee An< sell, secretary; and Bonnie Kroner, treasurer. Others present nt the evening meeting were: Lilly Flalt, James Halt, Peggy Mades, Patsy Mades, fune Klunk, and Bonnie Bunch. The :lev. Lyle D. Stone and Mrs. Marguerite Schumann -vill act as spon sors for this group. Locust Swnrms In Desert NAIROBI, Kenya, /P — Locust swarms estimated at 100 square miles and more arc reported by the Nairobi desert locust survey Mechanized spraying parties h$ve been moved to the northern fim tier province to check the locusi movement. GIVE YOUR HOME NEW INSIDE and OUT! PAINT UP • CLEAN UP • FIX UP FOR . . Now is the time to redecorate or repair your home to bring it up to its peak of good looks and value! LUMBER ANP BUILDING SUPPLIES PAINT - INSULATION - HARDWARE PLYWOOD - ROOFING - SIDING SPRINGMAN 1101 EAST BROADWAY LUMBER COMPANY DIAL 3-5526 Effective July i H, R, Girhard to Resign As Stipt. of Greenfield Unit Safe GetN Ride INDIANAPOLIS, /P-The day after Charles E. Stuart suppliec the "junior deputy" badges which Sheriff Dan Smith passed out to eager youngsters, burglars broker into Stuart's automobile agency and hauled away a safe in a new car. Wafer is essential for all life processes. GREENFIELD-!!. R. Glrhnrd ms resigned ns superintendent of .reenfleld Community Unit School District .10, effective July 1. Mr^ and Mrs. Girhard have resided In ireenfield 25 yours where he served as superintendent of the eonv nunlly high school 22 years and "\ years as superintendent of the unit district. Glrhnrd was one of the promoters of the organization of the unit district and a sponsor of the lot. lunch programs which have jeen Introduced in the Greenfield, Wrights and Rockhrldge grade schools. Mr. and Mrs. Glrhard have not made definite plans about when they will return to their former home In Newton. They have two children, Tom Girhnrd, San Antonio, Tex., and Mrs. John Buchanan, Nashville, Tenn. Band Sponsor* Will Meet GREENFIELD—Members of the Band Booster Club will meet nt the high school nt 8 o'clock tonight. Church The. Rev. George Mayo Is con- ducting a series of classes In ihurch membership for persons over 11 yenrs of age as preparation for becoming members of the 'hurch on Easier. The classes are held nt .2 o'clock Saturday afternoons nt the Methodist Church. Christening services for small children will be held at the morning worship hour on Palm Sunday. Ml&s Bell llimtoM GREENFIELD — Miss Elizabeth Bell entertained members of the Cnrrollton High School faculty and their families at a potluck supper Sunday evening. An unknown visitor from Canada to his native village of Wrox- hall, Isle of Wight, gnve the vicur $280 for church use. t'hnrrh Oe.ts AnnnjtnnflR Oonfttlon MATTOON, 111. tf-For the third straight year the Rev. Harold Grnvvnt of the Church of the N/tza- rene has received three $100 bills in an unsigned letter. As beforo.c the 1!)r>2 note said only: "Enclosed is $300'to use as you see fit." Mr. Grnvvnt sold it was added to the church fund. Duck Yields Gold PORT EI.GIN, N.B. rt»—When (he snowdrifts disappear Leslie Turner, eighth grade student, hopes to find the source of the gold nuggets one of his ducks picked up recently. The nuggels were found while dressing the duck for the lable. Lfslle figures there mny be more where they came from. Any body which emits sound v!«* brntes. Why WMb Dlipwi At Horn? when ym can fntft Germ Proof, Lftbottstwy fJttlt* 'trolled Dfnfltft tor Only $ui tor Wiik CALL JE 2425 (KnvflMo Cfmifei) Phone your erdef Immediate!* itnd r«wlve » PBEfJ "BAffr TALK" MflffHstne SobtCtlptlMt with our service. LEITER'S OBNEIUI, DlAPKtt SlftVfOtt 41.85 Olive St, tttttlf* Mo. GOOD SHOES ALWAYS LOOK LIKE NEW WHEN REPAIRED AT UNION SHOPS CHANGE-ADD RI-LO Local Dealerships Available HY DISTRIBUTING CO. 2412 Stain St., Bust St. Louis, III. 1'hone UPton 4-15913 THE RAPID READING INSTITUTE OF ST. LOUIS ALTON CLASS IN RAPID READING Begins: Monday, March 24, and Tuesday, March 25, it 7-8:30 and 8:30-10 P.M. ALTON HIGH SCHOOL ROOM 107 Application of acientiiic (raining t«chniqu«s can In* crease the reading speed of mo«t adults by 65 to 100% with an increase in comprehension. 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