Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ftV9 North Alton D. of r. V. Camp Party The Daughters of Union Veterans, Camp 23, will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednesdny at Veterans Memorial Center on West Delmnr avenue for a short, business session and card party. The parly is to begin at 2 and the public is invited to take part. Third Brother To Navy Glenn Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bowers of 512 Eugene street, a graduate of the January 1052 Class at Alton High School, left Tuesday for Naval service. Glenn 1» slated to take his boot training at San Diego, California, and is the third brother of the family to' enter the navy. •Donald, the first of the sailing brothers, is now in Boston having returned March 1 after having been stationed in Iceland for about two months. Ho has been in the navy for over three years. Nelson, the second brother, is returning this week from Cuba to Norfolk, Va. He has been in Cuba for a two month cruise and will mark two years service in July. Gleaners Class Hlinimu«e Sale The Gleaners class of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have a rummage sale Saturday at 604 Belle street. Anyone wishing to make donations for the sale may take the material to the church on Thursday. All-Day Study Class The Womens Missionary Union of North Alton Baptist Church will meet at 9:30 a. rn. Thursday at the church for an all-day study class and meeting. The group is to study the guidebook, "Pilgrimage to Latin America." filrl Scout Meeting; Girl Scout Troop 37 of Irving School met Monday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Burge at 421 Bellview to make up requirements for their cooking badge. They prepared chow mein. Last Tuesday the Bluebird patrol met at the home of Mrs. Dana Kastman at 410 Bluff slreet. They completed their cooking requirements by making cookies. Mrs. Eastman was assisted by Mrs. 1 Tarry Sleek. They are members of the troop committee. This afternoon all the girls visited Noll's bakery to complete the badge requirements. Brownies Cleaning Project Brownie Troop 42 of McKinley School met Monday at the school. After a short business session, the girls had raw carrots for nibbles. They decided to wash the curtains and the windows of the Mothers club room, also their meeting room, for a cleaning project. The girls played several games indoors and then went outside for more games and singing. The meeting was closed with all girls joining hands and singing the "Good Night" song. Den Meeting Monday Den 1 of Cub Scout Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Charles Norman. Roger Colburn opened the meeting with the roll call, and pledge to the flag. Jerry- Norman, denner, told a story, working on an achievement for his lion badge. The boys worked on their craft project for the remainder of the meeting and closed with the Cub Scout promise. Fidelity FIDELITY.—The Baptist young people were entertained at a party Thursday night at the home of the pastor, Rev. and Mrs. Harold Akin. Games were played and refreshments wore served. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore, Misses Norma Atteberry, Mary Lucille Moore, Marilyn Wiegand and Florence Swanner, Hugh jr., Roger, John, Joe and Keith Moore, Richard and Claude Swanner and Roscoe King. Mr. and Mrs. Harlcn Cooksey have given the name of Nadine Sue to their infant daughter, born Thursday at Alton Memorial Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. George Boll and Judy and Kallipyn Mogg attended the wedding of Miss Joan Webber and Cecil Andrews in Alton, Saturday. Mrs. Nola Hoover of Fast St. Louis and son, Pvt. Donald Hoover, who have been visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Lutz and family, have returned home. Pvt. Hoover has recently returned from service in Korea. The Men's Fellowship group of the Baptist church will moot Friday night at the home of Dale Moore. Mrs. Lawrence Koohnor of Jerseyville visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ely. 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