Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1952 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, March 24, 1952
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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1952 AtTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE 8BVBW Civic League to Meet at Brighton BRIGHTON—The March meeting of tho Civic League will be held at tho Brighton Grade School Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Miss Pearl Sarius, chairman, has arranged an Interesting program and will he as- Msted by other members of the faculty. Mrs. C. W. Spencer will give a talk and several musical numbers will be presented by the pupils. A donation for Red Cross will be taken. • Members of the League nro asked not to arrive before 2:25 p. m. to avoid disturbing classes in session. Kebcknh Degree Practice BRIGHTON-There will be a degree practice meeting of the Rebekah lodge Tuesday evening, 7:30 p. m. In the IOOF hall. Flats For Easier Alton's Best Buy New Selections Genuine Suedeno Uppers • Pumps « Straps With or without wedge heeli Black. SPECIAL GROUP! NEW SHIPMENT OF FLATS • Blue • Red • Black • Brown Narrow and wide widths. '* $2,99 lo $5,95 Wetter* S /io«» Siitrrs 804 E. BROADWAY, ALTON Between Oak and Spring- Sts. Shipntatt SHOPMAN — Mrt. Leo. Drew, Mrs. France* figgeti and Mrs. Wilfred MeRevey were hostesses at the Pitinvlew Home Bureau unit meeting Thursday in the Town Hall. Sixteen members and three guests, Mrs. Sam Walker, Mrs. Alfred Bohlmeyer and son, weir present. Mrs. Clarence Boyd presented the major lesson, and Mrs. Marcus Snedeker the minor lesson. Members of the Eastern Star entertained Masons and their fnm- Hies at a party Friday evening at the Masonic hull. Prizes In games were given to Mrs, Robert Schaefer, Mrs. Edna Travcrs, Mrs. F. F. Kahl and G, G. Green. Mr». Roy Archer visited Wednesday afternon with Mrs. Alice Thomas, 91, at the Mather Nursing home, In Alton. Mrs. H. 0. File, Mrs. Jack File, Mrs. Robert Knhl, Betty and Rosemary, Mrs. C. L. Schoeneman and Billy, Mrs. Mitchell Taggart nml Mrs. Roy Slrohbeck, of Brighton: Mrs. Leo Strohbeck and sons of Fosterburg, and Mrs. Melvln Buhs and Terry of Woodburn, visited Mrs. Cynthia Flte, 88, of Glllesple, last week. Mrs. File is the mother of H. O. File and grandmother of the other women. Mr. and Mrs. Vole Christopher of Alton were guests Thursday evening. of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Reader and Mrs. Miles Christopher and May Jane were In Carllnvl'lle, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kahl have received word that their grandson, Dicky Kahl, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kahl of Taylorville, Is ill with .rheumatic fever at the Taylorville hospital. Mrs. Paul Odell and Mrs. Maye Odcll visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kasten of Carlinvllle, Thursday. They also visited Mrs. Mary Rives at the Ma- coupln Nursing home near Carlinville. Miles Christopher and George and Allen Kaht attended the Dixie Fend dinner at the Mineral Springs hotel in Alton, Thursday evening. Tommy Kahl of Medora spent Friday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. KarTI. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Schoeneman and Billy, and Mrs. W. H. Schoeneman, were In Carlinvllle, Friday. Fire Threatens Atomic Facilities TRAIL, B. C., March 24-^P— Fire stabbed at (he heart of one of Canada's atomic energy operations last night—but missed. The blaze flashed through the transformer room of the hydrogen section of a chemical plant at nearby Warfield. It was brought under control In 45; minutes. The transformer was razed but no one was injured. The plant is part of the huge operation in this area of Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co., biggest lead-zinc-chemicals producer in the world. Guarded plants in the area produce heavy water for atomic energy. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Notice off Civil Service Examination An examination of applicants for appointment to the Fire Department of the City of Alton, Illinois will be held at the City Hall, Alton. Illinois on Thursday, March 27, 1952 at 7:00 p. m. Applicants must have resided In the City o/ Alton, Illinois for one year preceding the date of the examination, must be over twenty-one (21i yearn of age, and not over thirty-five (35> years of age, and must conform to the schedule prescribed by tht Civil Servict Hule», Inquire about this opportunity for qualified persons. .One (I) year probationary period at $250.00 per, month, '( Regular Fireman thereafter at $270,00 per month. Retirement Benefits after twenty (20*) yean' terviet and fifty years of age. Interested persons may secure additional Information and application blanks at Fire House Xo. 1 or from Secretary C. \\. Felthvisch, 908 Washington Ave., Alton. Applications must be filed by March 25. BY ORDER OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION CHARLES W.'FKLDWISCH, Secretary. Park Ass'n to Elect Officers Annual Meet Wednesday Night at Grafton GRAFTOlOtareH 24 .-The Pere Marquette Area Improvement Association will hold Its March meeting, and annual election of officers here In the city hall, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All.members are urged to be present. Present officers are: Charles Amburrr, president; Charles Burns, vice- president, and Leroy Gates, secretary. The office of treasurer recently became vacant when Buford Sample moved to Alton. OOP Women lo Meet GRAFTON.— The Jersey Cbunly Woman's Republican Club will meet here Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. at the "Dew Drop Inn." The president, Mrs. Louis Parker of Jerseyville, will Introduce Mrs. Pauline Rlnaker of Carlinvllle, candidate for the general assembly, from the 38th district, who will speak. Auxiliary Meeting GRAFTON.—The Auxiliary Unit of Whalen Hill Post 648, held i's March meeting in Legion hall, Thursday evening. Twenty members were present.- The unit decided to meet with Mrs. Betty Breden in April to make tray favors for veterans at Jacksonville State Hospital. Following the business session, refreshments were served by a committee composed of Birdie Allen, Betty Breden, Freda Frelman and Mae Breden, West Junior High Honor Students High-honor and honor rolls of West Junior High School have been announced by Principal Harlow as follows: High Honor Roll Ninth Grade — Janice Barkley, Joan Campbell, Mary Lou Davis, Robert Denby, Gail Hack, Don Mason, Grace Rexroat. Eighth Grade—Opal Bast, Carole Cousley, Janet Grube, Frances Kyle, Marlene Lagemann, James Massey. Seventh Grade — Carol Dalton, Donald Denby, Ruth Harris, Randolph Lindblad, Mary Louise Road es, Donna. Rosenberg, Alice Waterhouse. Honor Roll Ninth Grade—Mary Dell Bolt, Judith Brown, Ronald Bryant, Patricia Cope, Harold Chappell, Suzanne Chappell, Bill Denother, Janet: Dickerson, Susan Ehlert, Larry Healon, William Hofmann, Gerildine Hogle, Bernean Johnson, Jim Leavell, Nancy Lovejoy, Janice Lindley. Thomas Link, Doris McCale, Barney Marchis, . Herbert Meyenburg, Margie Myers, Shirley Nolan, Thomas Norris, Kenneth Pitchford, Jay Robbins, Vlada Rousseff, Sandra Sass, Sherry Sip- prelle, Rita Terlisner, Janice Turley, Diana Weaver, Joe Weaver, Roberta Wyman. Honor Roll Eighth grade—Hubert Allen, Edna Bernt, Darlene Brown, Judy Brown, Gladys Butler, Nancy Campbell, Jim Carslens, Hallene Cathorall, Ruth Chadwick, Pat: Colston, Phyllis Curvey, Howard Czerney, Barbara Dierslein, Charles Downing, Melvin Edwards, Bob Errlman, Juanita Ewin, Alice Gill, Joe Godwin, Sonja Grady, Judy Green, Delores Griffin, Pauline Harpole, Donna Heaton, Mary Hesh, Edward Hollingsworlh, Sandy Hopper, Lucia Horn, Donna Mae Huebener, Norma Kunz, Schardelle Kunz, Deanna Lough, Helen Petruzza, Janice Reed, Kay Reno, Janice Richeye, Dorothy Roomer, Florence Rowland, Judith Trump, Don Sandige, Mary Sons, Anemone Smith, Roberta Stauffer, John Steward, Jerry Stone, Marilyn Weinman, Barbara Whet/el, Rosalie Williams, Judy Windsor, Errol SEED POTATOES EASTER CANDY CHOC. *f ••, BUNNIES .... 15* and Up Cello AND CHOC. MARSH MALLOW **••, » EGGS 25* Delightful Easter Toy! Colorflll PlilSh BlKiniCS . $1.75 63., Up BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBBB FLORIDA RED ^ ___ NEW POTATOES 10 65 C • BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBBB FLORIDA B FLORIDA JUICE j PINK MEAT ORANGES : — [GRAPEFRUIT 100-lb. $«.95 Bag Broadway & Main DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET Young, Edmond Yingst, Honor Roll Seventh Grade — Glen Bacus, Margaret Burrow*, Terry Bartels, Judy Barton, Judith Bayley, Jnmea Sodensteln, VVtlford Botterbush. Nancy Braun, Joy Brown, Mnry Campbell, Bob Camp, Ruby Cath- oral), Don Chadwlck, Lyndat Colborn, Phyllis Cooper, Bob Cox, Anita Crow, Nancy Dykemnn, Mar- jorle Ferguson, Jill Gaylord, Nancy Gent, Kay Gloss, Judith Graham, Effle Gramates, Bobby Henderson, Gary Hodges, Joan Holland, Gloria Hlne, Kay Hussong, Sharon Jonkins, Nnncy Kanyo, Anthony Knr- dls, Margaret Kodros, Barbara Leonard, Davell Leonard, Bob Lawrence, Carol Marsh, Dona Morgan, Leon Murray, Nancy Needham, Penny Nixon, Jeannle Pensinger, Carol Plerson, Bob Parker, ttlolso Parlon, Myron Phipps, Dorothy Pleggp, Judith Price, Shirley Ramsey, Wanda Reese, Gary Reid, Steve Rigas, Carol Jo Rogers, Delores Ruebllng, Threde Saylor, Suzanne Schattner, John Schildroth, Sheila Schmidt, Beverly Simpson, Jere Smlthey, Judith Spelss, Patricia Spencer, Bobby Splller, Joyce Stockton, Raymond Stockton, Russell Tlnsley, Lois Warner, David Wilson, Patricia Wlnnns. Special Education Rose Greemvell, Sandra Hester, Vera Lowe, Francis Mnlloy, Richard Meyer, Helen Musgrnve, John Peipert. Piasa Home Bureau To Meet Wednesday The Plasa Home Bureau Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. w. R. Ltthr, Wednesday at 1 :,10 p.m. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Harry Brown, Mrs. •Vllllam Friedline and Mrs. Dewey Paynter. The major lesson will be presented by the hostess and Mrs. Rober Schacfer and the minor Itsson by Mrs. W. S. Reno. Sew Cancer Pud* SHlPMAN—Women of the Piasa Baptist Church met all day Wednesday In the church basement and made 41 bed puds and 187 cancer dressings. Assisting In Ihe work were Mrs. William Freldllne, Mrs. Dewcy Payntcr, Mrs.»Harvey Winson, Mrs. P. K. Craig. Mrs, Mildred Crocker, Mrs. Maye Odell, Mrs. W. R. Hunt, Mrs. W. G. Wodlcker, Mrs. Frank Gwilllm, Mrs. Orlle Bouillon, Mrs. Paul Odell, Mrs. Walter Schaefcr, Mrs. Alex Lyles and Mrs. Ralph Hornsby Pleased By Browns' Double Win LOS ANGELES, Calif.. March 24. IP— Manager Rogers Hornsby gave his St. Louis Browns a holiday from training today because lie was so pleased with their sharp performance against the San Francisco Seals yesterday. He especially liked Lou Sleator's one-hit pitching in winning a seven-inning doubleheader nightcap, 2-0. The Browns won the first game, 13-5. No exhibition contest was scheduled for today. The Browns wind up their California slay with games against the Pittsburgh Pirates Tuesday and Wednesday. Waggoner. A sack lunch was served at noon. taglon Unit* to Meet SHIPMAN-Thn Mncoupin Connly council of the American Legion and Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening at Merloni. Class Snpprr SHHPMAN - Tho Young Adult class of the Lutheran Sunday school will sponsor a supper Tuesday evening In the church basement. Serving will begin at 3:30 p.m. Read. 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