Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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PAOB FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESOAY, MARCH is, 1952 Replaces Karl - -^-•i-fftri.-il^ririji.'-.'-j-.-i.-ijv-ii-i--u-----^---i Charles McGec, Girarcl, Named Maeoupin County School Supt. CARUNV1LLE Chnrlos M. Me- Oee, superintendent of Iho fiinml school district, wns appointed Ma- ctnipfn county superintendent of schools lo fill Iho vacancy in Iho Office caused by Ihr rourl of Knrl Kemleln Mnreh 15. Mis appoint* ment was mndo nl n special mooting Of the Mnooupln rounly bonr< of supervisors Monrlny afternoon foltowlnj? thr rcnrtlnj? of n rosolu tlotl which dorlnrrd tho vnrnnry Thtf tinexptrcd Irrrn Ifrminnlps AUR. 1, 1055. There wcro six nppllmnls for HIP position. The bonrd moved lo volr hy scorPt bnllot and Hie low mnr was (o bo. dropped until one nppll- cnnt received IB or more voles However, Ihe first balloting resulted In in voles for McOee, 7 for Emery Mnrtln of (Jillcsple. nnd 'I for Frank Berletli of Bonld. The other ftppliconls were: Knrl J. Me Ncoly of Glllespie; Jullu.i Pod- Thr of Cilrnrd. nnd Mikf. 1 Mnkuh, of Benld. MoGce Is a Kcpiihtirnn. OURtcd officer IK n Democrat. County Clork Denby ft. FtorinR wan requcKled lo notify Ihe HIIC cessful Hppllcanl of his nppoinl men), ns to giving bond of $12.000 and Inking onlh. The counly niidilor, Frnnk U'hil- ney of Springfield, will iiudil the hooks of the outgoing supoririii'nd- ent Tuesday. Tho slule's iillorney and Ihe counly superintendent of schools committee, of (he board mol following the board mcclinK, and arranged (o open the office ns soon if* possible. School For iliidKi'M CARLINVILLK—A school of Instruction for Judges of elecllon will be conducted Monday, 'Mnrch .'II, In the grand jury room of Ihe courthouse. One session will be held nt 2 p. 7:30 p. m. m. find another at Judges moy attend either session most convenient for them. The classes will be conducted by County Clerk Denby R. Boring. (o Moot CARLTOVILLE-The meeting for assessors of Macoupln county has .been changed to Saturday, Mnrch 2D. The session, to be conducted by County Treasurer Ward Harris, will begin at 9:30 a. m. in the courthouse. Instructions will be given and supplies distributed. Indonesia Starl* I'nlrols JAKARTA, Indonesia, March 25 /P — Indonesian army and police Java's southwestern coast where unconfirmed reports said three unidentified warships have appeared, units have started patrols off Personal To Women With' Nagging Backache «ak»ohe, Mat of pep «ncl cnuriy, n«»d*ah« mid (llzulnens mny bo due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctor* «oy uoucl kldntr function It very Important to good health. When tome everydny condition, tuch •s itrwt and ttrtfn, cauncs this linpnrtimt /unollun to»low down, ninny foJkmiufloriHiir- •Inv b»ckm:ho~fool mlnei-able. Minor bind. der Irrltntloilu duo lo cold nr wrong diet may eaUMnltlnirupnl(hUorfri>(iuciitpBiMiieii, Don't neglect your kldnuyn If thune cmull. lions bother you. Try Dnnn'n 1'llls-n mild diuretic. Uted nuccamfully by liiilHmn fur overBOyoHm. H'tamaxinu bow ninny times ponn'iigive happy relief from tbese dlncnm- lortt—help the 16 mlhmof kidney ttihni and IIU tera Jluth out wn«te. (Jet »oun'« rilta lodnyl . Sliipmnn SHIFTMAN -Mr. and MM. W. fi Matlnrk observed their 'Iflth wedding anniversary Sunday. Dinner guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Vnle Christopher anrl Shirley of Alton; Mr, and Mrs, Horner MrAlee nnd Miss Alice Maflrf'rk of Springfield, and Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Maflark and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kii«ene Allen and family moved Saturday to the Medorn vicinity. Mrs. Howard Newhy and children, Mnrilyn nnd Alice, were In Tnylorvllle Saturday. Mr, nnd Mrs. Hill Hunt nnd sons of Alton, were Sunday guests of his parents Mr. nnd Mrs, Thomas Hunt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Slnmpe returned Saturday from sever/I I monlhs nt Phoenix, An/. Dr. nrirl Mrs. R, R. Uobzln nnd Albert Shull/ returned Saturday evening from n vacation In P'lorirln. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. (.J. Frank nnd sons were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Frank, Lildi- flfld. Honnle Sue Bohlnvyer, 7, who has boon ill of virus pneumonia at St. Frannis Hospital, Lllr.hflekl, returned borne Friday. , Those attending the slnte basket- hull lournnrnent. nt Champaign were: Elmer Hreltwciscr, A. V, Hlumslcin, John Kggelston, Billy Burnett, Dun Hnnscn, Charles Burns, Bernard Spur"eon, KI wood Ifughes, Bill Lowis, Leo Slampe, Rny Knhl, Mr, nnd Mrs. Loynl K, Scott, Kenneth Breilweiser, Kenneth Schrier, nnd Marshail llnlli- Iny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley Smith nnd Mnrilyn of Alton; IWrs, Rose Srhllh, nnd Mrs. Tlllic Thomne, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thornno of Springfield, Miss Eileen Kadell of Jerseyvllle and Mr. and Mrs, Roy Archer nnd Marlln, were dinner put-sis of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Sr.nncr, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kcnnell Stokes of :;illespio, spent. .Sunday with his IMironls, the Rev, nnd Mrs. T. C. Stokes, Mr..nnd Mrs, Lawrence Rowling and daughter of Grnfton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn (rovers. Mr, and Mrs. Gene DoSulmc nnrl Innet, of Klrkwood, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Crowcll, Sun- dny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Prnther nnd ilmn Knhl were guestr Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dclbcrt Gross of Me- :lorn. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Cameron tind son of Pawnee, were Sunday uests of her parents, Mr/ and Mrs. Everett Travel's. Mr. nnd Mrs, Leo Dodson of Godfrey, visile'. Sunday with Miss Abbie, Evn and Bertha Dodson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark Jenkins nnd wns attended the politick supper nt the Cnrllnvllle High, school Saturday evening for agriculture leacb- ors of district 15. Miss Mary Cnndler of Granite L'ily, spent the weekend with her mronts, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Cnnd- er. Mr. nntl Mrs, William Mann' of Alton, were Sunday guesjs of his mronls, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Mann. WHISK WAY WEEDS Banish Dandelloni, Plantain, Buckhorn and other broadleaved weedi with tha eajy to use, Scotts dry applied compounds. latest low co»t weed control development of Scotts lawn research. Kill coarsa weeds on 50 x 50 ft $1.75; 1 1,000 sq ft . for only $4.85 IVffD & FffD- Unique compound that kills weedi as It feeds grass to greater health and beauty. Excellent for Improving run down lawns. Treat 2500 sq ft - $2.95; _ 11,000 sq ft -$11. 75 H. K. JOHNSTON HDWE CO. STATIB AND BROADWAY 'ALTON'. ILLINOIS ftt and Out nt Service WHh Men nl Aren Pfr. Sleu-nrt fn Korrn PFf ROBKRT W. STIOWART Is n recent graduate from the driver Irftining school, operated by the 8lh Army Trans-j fwi'tation Section i In Korea. His du-! lien include mov- I n g supplies t o the combat zone arid returning the wounded lo rear lines hospilnl units, P f c , Stewart, 1!), enlisted In ser- I'fc. Ntewnrt vicn I n Augusl, 9r/). following his graduation from l/ivcjoy School. I His parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Hnr-1 old Slevvnrt, live nl 201.'J Sycamore j street nnd Pfc. Stewart was last iiorne during Easier holidays, 1951, prior to overseas duly. He expects lo be rotated to the United States in April. I'vt. Tngiifi In Hcliool PVT. LEONARD M. TAC-UK, 21, enlisted in service Nov. 27, nnd WHS sent lo Cnrnp Cusler. Mich, for processing. Later he' was transfer- ted lo Ft. Knox, Ky. where he nt- lended linesmnn school, Hiy pnrcnls, Mr. and Mi's. Wayne Tngue, now of Route 2 Alton, resided on n farm nenr Pitlsfield for asvhilc, where they had moved from Alton, Leonard graduated from Piltsfield High School In 1!MH, He helped his fnlli- er on the farms here Pittsfield, before his enlistment In the service. I'vt, Byrtl Has -'nHough PVT, WfLLIAM M. BYRD, whose wife, Ihe former Vclrna L. Boolier, lives with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Van Booher, ut 301 Ensl 201 h si reel, completed his basic training two vceks ago at Ft, Knox, Ky. lie wns then granted six day furlough. Entering serv- Ite Nov. 28. 1951, while employed nt Owens-Illinois Co., Pvt. Byrd wns sent first to Camp Custer, Mich. On return lo his bnse* in Kentucky he will attend n driver nnd mechanic^ school for eight weeks, Pvl. Byrd nil ended Alton High School, and his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arlie Byrd live on Route 1, Godfrey. Ehlrcil S|>;l, Ilotlgcr S./Sgl. Donald W. Badger, who has been in service for eight nnd one half years, wus discharged Insi week. During World War II, SKI. Bodger served with Ihe Air Force, participated in Ihe North African and European campaigns, and wns released from active duty at the end of four and one-half years. On his return to the States he was placed in the inactive reserves, and worked at. the Standard Oil Co. for three years, until reactivation one yenr ago. He was sent lo Fairchild AFB, Wash., for bis year of duly as a radio technician and radarmnn, His wife, the former Juno Williams, 'and dnughler, Donna Gay, ,')'.•! years, went lo Washington last fall, and resided in Spokane, four miles from the sergeant's base. On receiving" his discharge, Sjit. Bod- KIT and family returned lo their home, 2111 \Vnshington avenue, and Boclgor has resumed employment at Iho refinery as a welder. Mis parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Badger of 1010 Pearl street, and Mrs. Badger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, live on Route B7, Jerseyville road. C|>l. 1'urkrr on Furlough Cpl. Charles K. Parker returned lo his home last week from Manau. Germany. Me will visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Charles K. Parker, at K'M Rodemevor street F:LDRED.~-A dinner wai Riven Sunday evening nt fhr« home of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H, Koster, honoring Mr. Roster on his birthday. Thoso present were their daughter, Bernice of SI. I/wis; Mr. and Mrs, frills linger nnd son, Donald, Miss Anna and Lucy Langer of Klrlred. Herschel Wilson of Fast SI. lynils spent the weekend here with Mrs. Wilson who Is earing for her mother, Mrs, Mary Holford, who Is critically III, Waller Holford of Kdwnrdsvillo visited his mother Snlurday. Richard tx>gan. a student nt Blackburn College, C'arllnville, In spending spring vacation thi.i week with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy l/)gnn, Mr. and Mrs. Art Ritter and son, Allen, nnd Mr. nnd Mm. Donn Id Slendeback of Peorla, spent Ihe weekend with the women's parents, Mr. and Mr?,. Sam Cam- ei'er. Basil (Pole) Reeee, Bluffdnlo township road commissioner, have moved to Valley Farms from Ihe Powell nparlmenls, Sunday visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCnherty were Mr. nnd Mrs. Garland Me- Caherty of Alton, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. John Metcnlf of Greenfield, Mrs. Ruth Schwallenstecker and brother, Elwood Matheny, accompanied by their guests, Mr, and Mrs. F.rlwln S. Mntheny of Tulnre. Calif., visited In Wood River Sut- urdny with Mrs, Kugenc Pcnrson Jirul family, Mr. nnd Mrs, Lawrence Butler nnd son, Nelson, of Jacksonville, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Butler's sisters, Miss Lucy and Anna Lunger. Sunday visitors In Ihe Ebert King home were Mr, nnd Mrs. Lee Whitnker, Mr. nnrl Mrs. Harry Bushnell nnd Mrs. Lawrence Ad- coek nnd children. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Ray visited at Greenfield Sunday with Mrs. Rny's molher, Mrs, Lester Bishop.' Mrs. Chnrles King nnd daughter, Shirley, nnd Miss Alice Claire I-ognn were In Jacksonville Saturday. Fosterhurg FOSTrJRBURG. — The local"Parent-Teacher Association will hold its March meeting Friday nt 8 p.m., in Ihe school basement. The topic will be, "Our Children Play." Mrs. Richard Arlerberry, the former Miss Shirley Schmidt, spent Sunday visiting her husbatid's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Arterberry. The primary election April 8 will be held in Ihe basement of the FoS- lerburg school, according to Joe Miller, superintendent, of Foster lownship. Herbert L. Allen, with his wife, Helen, and daughters, Cathay and Linda, spent Ihe weekend at the home of his wife's sister and bro- tliijr-in-lnw, Mr. nnd Mrs. C.'lcn Miller, in Foslei-burg. The Aliens, who have been stationed in Morocco, are on their way to Norfolk, Vn. Pvt. Sammy Hammond, who is in Ihe service at Camp Brecken- riclge, Ky., spent, the weekend here visiting his wife, the former Miss Jeanne Miller, and his parents, in Bunker Hill. Robert Sibley of Kampsville spent the weekend visiting several of his children in this vicinity. Mrs. Esther Meeden and family of Alton entertained n group of Foslerburg people at dinner Sunday. Those present wore: Mr. and Mrs. Daley Sibbey and children, Miss Grace Tilchonal, Mr. and for ;io days, after which time he will KO lo Ft. Sheridan. Presently with the Army Engineers, Cpl. Parker will complete his four years of service in July. A sister, Cpl. Patty Jo Parker, is with the Women's Air Force, stationed in the photography laboratory of Iho recruiting office in Kansas City, Mo. VART Unit Hears Sinff Function Talk Members of the ftWWth Volunteer Air Reserve Training Squadron, Monday night at the armory on .Shurtleff College campus, heard Capf. Lfon Meyer, nrljutant, explain staff functions. Capt. Meyer Is one of thn 45 lornl men who belong to the VART unit. Lt. barrel Cnudle briefed the group on current events and his talk was followed by a discussion. Major Ben Moore, commanding officer, informed members there are only three months remaining In the fiscal year In which to obtain points for retention in the reserves and for retirement purposes. Chesterfield CHKSTKRFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bner of Springfield, were Sunday guests of her pnrents, Mr. nml Mrs. .1. K. Ph<?lps. Mr. nnrl Mrs, Myron Kldred nnd Mrs, Ansel Dowland attended the regular meeting of Eastern Star Chapter at. PlninvieW, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Rlgsbey of Hartford, were weekend guests hero of relatives. Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Dams were: Mr. and Mrs. James McKee and family of Webster Grovers, Mo.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Middleknuff of Cnrlinville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Dams nnd son of Alton arid Mr. and Mrs. WlIlium Woods. Mr. and Mrs. .John Richey nntl Mr. nnd Mrs. Myron Kltlrcd visited Sunday afternoon nt the Boyd Hospital in Carrollton, with John Tnpscolt. Mr. Milton Snell returned home Friday from SI. John's Hospital where he wns a medical patient several days. Mr. nnd Mrs, Horace Brnmley, Mrs. Claude Hrnnan and daughter j anrl Mrs, Alice Bra m ley and son called at the Slreeper funeral home in Alton Sunday afternoon where the body of Mrs. Charles Brnmley was moved after her death at I the Alton Memorial Hospital, Sat-1 urdny. \ Mr. nnd Mrs. Clemmclh Johnson and son spent Sunday at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sanders and son, Carl Ray, Hartford. Mrs. Leslie Redman nnd son. George, of Hast. Alton, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Burns and daughter, Sandra. Miss Audrey Shive of East Alton, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wendell Darns nnd family. Mrs. Frank Bode and daughters of Alton, spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dams. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Thaxton and family and Mrs. Graver Thnxton moved Monday from the Gahr place west of town to Met tick. The regular scheduled meeting i of the St. Peter's Kpiscopnl Guild I Society will-not be held this week! clue to illness of several members, i Clyde Prnlher nnrl son, James, j who recently WHS discharged from ; the navy, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Powers and i family. Woodhnrfi WOODBURN. — The Rev. C. Reuben Lindquist of the Berean Mission in St. I/iuls, closed revival servlcrs nt Ihe Congregational Church Sunday evening. Several persons from here attended the dedication of the new gymnasium at Melssner School in Hunker Hill, Sunday afternoon. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buns. Sunday, were the Rev. nnd Mrs. Carl Johnson of Rlverview Gardens, Mo., and the Rev. C. Reuben Lindquist of St. Louis. Sgt. Wayne H. Ray left Lambert Field Sunday evening following a 20-day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ray and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Stanka and family of East St. Louis, visited Mrs. Stanka's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs* Kenneth Day and son, Gordon, Sunday. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs Clyde Day and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kruemmel- bein nnd daughter, Vivian, of Bunker Hill, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis and son, Randall, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and son attended church at Alton Saturday evening and called on the C. R. Stauffer family. Mr. and Mrs. James Barnes and daughter visited with Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Bilbiiick of Roscsvood Heights, Saturday evening.' ' Mrs. Harry Stpinrauf and daughters, Mrs. Charles Keller and children of Kast Alton, nnd Mrs. Mary Sleinrauf visited at' the home of John Thyer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis and Randall were dinner -guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stauffer at Alton. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stauffer and family and the Davis family visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Glen Shaw at Granite City. ff«s«h Conwsde to TUNIS, Tunisia, March 25 $ The French resident general told the Bey of Tunis today France is ready io grant demands for more home rule but wants the pro- Nationalist government of Premier Mohammed Chenlk dismissed. Jap* Don't Need Allied Approval TOKYO, March 25 If - The Allied supreme command today Informed the Japanese parliament it will not have to obtain Allied «l>- proval for Its laws, budgets and motions. The command still has the basic authority to re-Impose its former control. Sansard is the rtame of the official report of Parliament that is somewhat similar to the Cotigres» slonal Record. MORHIHGJOUOHS "- '•?••'!'-»-'— 4 f reearruic tttMU «f i your If at- nrU!IVlJI»iai I gut todty. WOflti HOttdtw"" «M» vv *wr •y w ^Ef' mflvi thick, ftrftttfliftf pnifttfffl* *n — 'i>f »«d promotti lf»*r briithint deep. Money biek futrtnu*. Read Telegraph Want Ads THE RAPID READING INSTITUTE OF ST, LOUIS ALTON CLASS IN RAPID READING Begins: Monday, March 24, and Tuesday, March 25, H at 7-8:30 and 8:30-10 P.M. ALTON HIGH SCHOOL ROOM 107 Application of scientific training techniques can Increase the reading speed of most 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 l'/a hour classes a week lor 6 weeks. No outside work. All classes in the evening. link Suspects Arrested MANILA, Mnrch 25 /P — Philippines army detachments arrested 51 persons as suspected Huk rebels todny in the second moss screening of villagers in Pnm- pnnga province in three days. Mil;| tnry spokesman said the move wns n preventnlive measure ngninsl possible widespread violence next Saturday, tenlh anniversary of the link army. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Mrs. llownrtl Titchennl and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harris and children. . Miss Iris and Miss Inez Phleger, operators of the beauty shop here, ; and a friend,^Miss Inn Mae Maiden ! of Gillespie, spent Sunday in St. Louis attending the Mississippi Valiey Beauty Fashion Show. HOWE For GOVERNOR "The Candidate the REPUBLICAN PARTY Can Be PROUD to Present!" COMPARE his record »s a public officeholder for HONESTY-- "When I was treasurer, I never had any trouble with corruption. "All you have to do is surround yourself with honest people who believe the way you do." and for EFFICIENCY-- per- r. »» ' ^u % M E r n!vf llce !! the ° Hice on a strict bud « flt l)asis ' cut cent, and turned back $193,000 to the people. "I installed efficient accounting methods. 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