Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy, ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 19S2 East Alton Girl Scouts and Mothers to Stage Banquet Established January 1.1, 1136. EAST ALTON - The Rev. Ear J. White, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Wood River, will entertain the East Alton Girt Scouts and their mothers with feats of magic at the Girl Scout Mother- Daughter banquet set for Friday at 6 p. m. at the Machinist Center. The Invocation will be given hy Mrs. Leo Wool*, leader of Intermediate Troop 57, and the welcome will be given by Mrs. C. T. Gab- hort, area Girl Scout board presi dpnt. Mrs. J. Louis Roller, chairman of the East Alton Neighborhood Girl Scout board, will serve as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Glen DeAtley, evecutive director of the Alton-Wood River area Girl Scout organization, will give recognition to Girl scouts, troop leaders and \members of committees and will make five year' awards to those serving In the scout work for the past five years. Group singing will be enjoyed with Miss Bernice Lundahl, field director, as the leader. Members of the East Alton bonrd board are Mrs. Roller, chairman; Mrs. George F. Smith jr., vice- chairman; Mrs. Smith, Mrs. C. T. Gahbert, Mrs. Tony Filardo, organization; Mrs. F. Edward Todd, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Thad Fife, program; Mrs. Otto Brazier, membership; Mrs. Charles Camp, camp; Mrs. Joe Glassey, public relations, and Mrs, Glenn Saxton, training. Scout leaders and co-leaders are Mrs. Camp and Mrs. Fife, Senior troop 9; Mrs. R. N. Dunn and Mrs. L. J. Vanous, Brownie troop 18; Mrs. Lorell Hicks, Brownie troop 2.1; Mrs. Milton Mason and Mrs. Filardo, Brownie troop 39; Mrs. Myron Starbruck and Mrs. George Clarkson, Brownie troop 111; Mrs. Richard Reed and Mrs. Paul Trickey, Brownie troop 112; Mrs. Glenn Saxton and Mrs. J. T. Hensley, Intermediate troop 24; Mrs. Harold Chamberlain and Mrs. David Grieve, Intermediate troop 55; Mrs. George Bourland and Mrs. Sam Roberts, Intermediate troop 56; Mrs. Wools and Mrs. Earl Lawrence, Intermediate troop 57 and Mrs. Otto Brazier and Mrs. C. M. Brown, Intermediate troop 97. Mints of the United States manufacture memorial coins and medals when so authorized by Congress. Head Telegraph Want Ad« East Alton EAST ALTON — Linda Arlene, 17-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams, 101 North drive, returned to her home Mon day from Wood River Township Hospital where she was a patient for medical treatment. She was admitted to v the hospital at 2:15 p.m. Sunday after her parents discovered that she ' had drank a quantity of kerosene. Mr. and Mrs. Waltz Applegate and son, Richard, Harrisburg, 111., former East Alton residents, spent the weekend hero with Mr. and Mrs. Moren Joiner, Washington avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers, Rosewood Heights. * Mrs. Sarah Vlnyard and son, Equality, visited last week with Mrs. Vlnyard's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vinyard, and also with a sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Iline, 314 East George street. They also visited with Mrs. Florence Holbroolc. Mrs. Waller Moore, Mrs. Mnck Elliott, Mrs. James Kennedy, Mrs. Herbert Wiegand, Mrs. Charles Irwin, Mrs. Sheldon Prilchard, Mrs. Florence Day, Mrs. Charles McKnelly, Mrs. Richard Welch and Mrs. Frank Bramhall, all men> bers of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church, were guests al the meeting of the Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church Friday evening. Hartford Brownies Hold Investiture Ceremony HARTFORD—The Brownies of Troop No. 125 whose leaders are Mrs. J. D. Evans and Mrs. Floyd iarlton, held an investiture ceremony Thursday evening at school during their regular weekly meeting. The girls who were present: to participate in the ceremony were: Sandra Gilliland, Carol Seehausen, Sharon Kay Evans, Cheryl Hargiss, Judy Hargiss, Betty Tedrick, Ruth Ann, Davidson, Helen Ann Elich, Dorothy Starbuck, Dorothy Hamor, Virginia Yount, Nancy Bane, ncy Steele, Judy Carlton, and Joan Carlton. In the absence of VIrs. Evans, who is ill, Miss Dorothy Hart assisted Mrs. Carlion in the investiture. The Manchus conquered China in he 17th Century. Frosting For Spring Dress flic dress with a little jacket Is cMRntinl for daytime wcnr this fiprlrijr. As tlonn by deftigner I'ntil Pit rues (left), It's nn alliance of wool nnd print. Short purple wool boloro lops n pure silk purple- ami-white afternoon dress, Is lined In the print of the drew. Stitched pleat* of the skirt flnre from the hips. From RIsenbcrK (rlifht), comes a Rrny pure silk print ten mod with jacket of urny fliinnnl. Square, neckline of the dress is edged In flannel nnd there's n gruy flannel belt. Skirt Is completely pleated, worn over a taffeta nnd horsehair petticoat for added fullness. NRW YORK — (NEA) — The frosting on Ihe print silk dress ;• this Spring is a little jacket. And this little jacket, sometimes bust-length, may be a Spencer, a bolero or a capclet. Spreading from the. small top is a full skirl, pleated, or with un- pressed pleats, or simply with a soft fullness. The print of those new dresses is fine and subtle, offering pretty contrast to a monotone jacket. Usually, the print of the dress makes the jacket lining and the .jacket fabric reappears as trim on the dress, cither in Ihe belt or neckline, The princess silhouette, import- is essential to dresses, too. Add lo this silhouplle two others thai regisler: Ihe Empire look and the molded torso. A fourth strong silhouette is the one with a straight front and fullness at the back. It's accompanied by moderately full sleeves. The newest of the daytime skirls is the one that has fullness spreading from below the hipline. But skirts with all-around fullness get emphasis, too, and are seen in many jacket coslumes. There's a difference In jacket dresses this year in that the dross that goes under the jacket has interest in itself, rather than being just basic. Tliis menus that without the jacket, Ihe dress has merit of its own nnd can hold its place in the wardrobe. Other fashion points to watch for in Spring dresses ore full and girlish sleeves, crinolined skirls, and the waistline rising higher in nearly all daytime designs. New Plan Pays $200 a Month , - .„,. .-:.. -,..•••/ -7 When Laid Up—Even for Life! Monthly cash payments to men or women who are laid up by sickness or accident will be made, "even for life," the president of a large Chicago company disclosed in an Interview. "This steady-income plan means real security and peace of mind for thousands of families," said L. A. Breskin, president of the Sterling Insurance Company. "It's a truly modern plan, assuring continuing monthly income from the very first day of medical attention for as long as you're laid up— even for life. What's more, this Sterling plan never reduces bene- fils at any age." This "superior income protection plan" pays $200 regular monthly income from the first day ot med- ical attention for as long as the policyholder is laid up, with S400 a month payable for as long as 3 months when hospitalized. SfiOOO insurance against accidental death, increasing to a maximum total of $10,000 is also included in the plan. Other important features of this low-cost plan include home nursing care, payment for non-disabling accidents, ambulance service and other benefits. To get complete information — without cost or obligation -simply print your name and address on a post card and mail it to: Sterling Insurance Company, Dept. AS.'iO, Sterling Building, Chicago II. Illinois. Mail your post card today! (Adv.) East Alton Boy Marks Birthday With Party EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. ; Ioward Shelton, 168 Goulding, en- .crtained with a' birthday party Saturday afternoon honoring their son, LeRoy, on his fourth anniversary. All the children attending were presented with favors. Those receiving prizes at games were: Janice Belk, Rodney Parker, Carol Campbell, Cindy Killam and David Killam. Other guests attending were: Janice Nischwitz. Elbie Milazzo, Dougie Fiske, Richard Vorhees, Dennis Calhoun, Sandra and Vickie Lipskcy, Pamela Tucker, Judy Shelton and Frances Englcs. Birthday gifts were presented to the honoree and refreshments were served by the hostess. Table deco- raloins were in red and yellow. To Sew Cancer 1'ad.s EAST ALTON - A group of women will meet Thursday at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church to sew cancer dressings for the Alton chapter of the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Francis Wimberly, chairman, announced a covered dish dinner will he served a I. the noon hour and the group will he dismissed at. 3 p.m. Interested persons are urged lo attend the meeting and help with the sewing. • Roxfiiia Varsity Queen Will Be Croivned Friday ROXANA. — The crowning of a varsity queen at the Roxana High School, will lake place Friday in the auditorium of the school. The event, is sponsored by the "R" Club, whose president is Eldon Bowler. Sponsors arc Coaches Ed Atkinson and Earl McLane. Senior girls who have been nom- inaled for queen are Miss Jeanne Stewart, Miss .Shirley Randel.s, Mrs. Pal Divelcy Dillow, Miss Helen Lands, and Miss Joyce Heffnor. The program will be presented by the band and chorus of the school, directed by LoRoy Dalhaus and Miss Beatrice Paul. A dance, lo the music of Gary Cooper's Orchestra, will follow the coronation. To Sew Cancer A whirl of skirt in a pretty dress for late day ... its fabric—silk taffeta shantung — an important part of its beauty. Rose or Pearl Cray in sizes 8 to 18. ROXANA. — The American Lr- Auxiliary, IJnit S7(). will meet al 1(): M ,U a.m. Wednesday in the council room of the Cornmunily building to sew cancer dressings. New (iriiiulsnii ROXA.VA -- Mrs. Ernest Roux of Kim slrccl lias received word of I IIP birth of a son to her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly of Plains, Mont. The baby was born Saturday in St. RiRgins Hospital and has been named Harold Dale. Mrs. Orville Haverslick of Elm street, sister of Mrs. Kelly is staying al the Kelly home and has been there Ihe past three weeks. Kccohcs 1'romotlnn ROXAXA - Joseph Gill of Wesl Tydcman avenue, has been pro- moled lo chief laision officer al Hie Army Engineers Depot al Granite City. GOP Committee to Meet in Macoupin CARLINVILLK -- Members of Ihe Mficoupin Counly Republican central committee will mee't al 7-.:iO p.m. Wednesday, April 2, in Ihe courthouse. E. M. Stubblofielrl of Brighton, county chairmim, jvill preside. A Republican meeting will be held al 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Modesto High School. Judge L. K. Wilhilo, of Carlinville, will be Ihr? principal speaker. District nnd local candidates will he present and introduced. Although the first "inn" was opened in Lydia in the 7th century, B. C., the modern hotel is an American invention. Hold PTA Meet At East Alton Report Membership Now Stands at 280 EAST ALTON—Membership of the Knst Alton Parent Teacher Association now stands at 280 It was reported at the meeting of the PTA Monday evening at the Knal Alton Junior High School. A membership contest has been conducted in the various rooms of the four schools In District 101 nnd awards to ihe rooms having the largest number of parents as members of Ihe PTA were made last night. Awards went to Mrs. Allen Rlchl's room at Lincoln; Miss Lucille Dowdall, Washington; Mrs. Mary Donohoe, Blair, and Wlllnrcl Barker's room at Ihe junior high school building, Mrs. V. J. Brazier, president, presided during the business session during which a $5 contribution wns made lo the Senior Girl Scout troop to help with the expense of preparing H flower bed at Ihe Intersection of Broadway and East St. Louis avenue. The PTA organization voted to send Mrs. Brazier to the stale convention In Chicago April 24 through 26. They also voted to begin sell- Ing articles of wearing apparel such as T-shirts, head scarfs nnd other Items with the school letters on them as a money raising project. Samples wore displayed at the meeting Monday evening. Orders for the articles will be taken this week by Mrs. Truman Vroinan assisted by the principals at the four schools. A nominating committee of Miss Eugenia Day, Gilbert Whltten and Mrs. Harvey Hoigert were appointed lo select a new slate of officers. Announcement: was made of the school election lo be held April 12 at. the Blair School from 12 o'clock to 7 p. m. A demonstration in square dancing was given by fourth grade pupils of Miss Sarah Ann Water- ry^ and sixth brndc pupils from Robert Lahey's room. Miss Kdit.h Oelken, school nurse, spoke on her work in Uic district. Rosewood Hgls. Girl Marks 8th Birthday EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Rosewood Heights, entertained for their daughter, Pat- lie, Saturday afternoon who was celebrating her eighth birthday. After Ihe viewing of many birthday gifts games were enjoyed will prizes mvnrded lo Nancy Lnkin, Connie Pratt and Tommy Holder. Other guests present worn: Con nio Pratt, Doris Acup, Sheila Ren- ncr, Marsha Huff, Connie Barnes. Marilyn Barrows, Marylou and Janice Nichols and Dale Purrish. Mrs. Wright was assisted In serving refreshments by another daughter, Delpha. Jimmy Williams, nf I furl ford,Burned in Korea HARTFOttD- Mr, and Mrs. fJor- nan Williams of 103 North Market ilree! have received word from heir son Jimmy who was seriously burned March 5 when an Improvised oil stove exploded in his umker somewhere on the Korean Mghllng lines. Jimmy wrote his parents March IS snying he was on ft hospital •ship at. Pusnn, Korea but. that he would soon be sent, to Japan for further Irenimnnl. He received first and second degree burns to his face and his hands. When HIP stove exploded, he wns silling by ii trying lo get warm, nnd he grabbed his sleeping bag and threw it over his bond and In the excitement, he ran Into the stove instead of gelling to Ihe door. Ills hnlr was burned off. Mrs, Williams nlso received a letter today from the chnplnln of his company who wns in another area at the time of the accident nnd by the time he got there, the Red Cross was nlso Inquiring Into the matter. Kite Contest Winners Named at Roxana ROXANA - Winners In the kite flying contest of Cub Scouts Pnck 25 hold Sundny at the Recreation Park Were: Kenneth Rndcr, largest; Gary Edsnll, most ornate, Fred Hughes, highest flying, Marvin Price, smallest and Dennie Mc- Lnne, best flying. Members of the Rotary Club, the sponsoring Institution, served as judges. Visit 8011 ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Drennan and daughter, Shirley, of DOCIT avenue, returned Monday from Chicago where they spent the weekend with their son and brother Floyd Drennnn, who Is taking his boot training at Great Lakes. They were accompanied by Mrs. Drennan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Floyd, of St. Louis, who visited another daughter nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Carroll. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Miss Joyce Haverstick, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvllle Haverstick of Elm street, East Alton Club Women to Meet EAST ALTON - Members of th« East Alton Woman's Club are urgeM to brinff box fops, which they have been saving, to the meet* Ing of the club this evening, 7:45 p, m., at the Community building. Mrs. Otto F. Brazier, president, reports the tops must be In thto week to get credit nnd to receive the cash from them. Officers for the comlnR year are to bo elected at. the meeting this evening. The nominating committee is composed of Mrs. Ralph Bart* led. Mrs., Robert Link and Mri. Clifford Cooper. The hostess committee who are to serve at the April 22 meeting are to meet at 7 p. m. this evening In the club rooms for a special meeting. Plan Club Meeting EAST ALTON - The Senior an<J Junior Woman's Clubs will be hostesses to the Mndlson county unit of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs Wednesday, ll a. ni. until 3 p. m. 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