Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 26, 1952 · Page 13
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1952 Established January IS, 1S34. It \s believed that the first Christmas tree was uSed In America about 18<IO. Brighton iMYF Group Attend Godfre ECZEMA A simple way to quick rifllef from Itching RczernR, plmplos, angry red blotches or other skin Irritations Is to apply Peterson's Ointment to affected parts. Relieves Itching fast. Skin feels bel- ter, looks better, 40c all druggists. Soothes itchy feet, cracks between toes. Peterson's Ointment delights or money back. (Adv.) BRIGHTON, March 2fi.--Mrm- iiiers of the Methodist Youth Koll lowship were guests of the Godfrey | MYF Sunday evening. A rerrpa- ition period was enjoyed before the meeting, which began nl 6:30 p. m. Refreshments were served. Those attending were: Alice McAfee, Alice Whilaker, Nancy Swan, Yvonne Jones and Neal Rurk. They were accompanied by the EXPERT SERVICE! TELEVISION or RADIO • Our Phllco trained Technicians can fix any Television or Radio ict In a Jiffy! We •fre proud of our service record! DIAL 2-2623 FOR QUICK SERVICE HOWARD & WELLS Appliance Mart 1.07 W. FOURTH ST. PHONE 2-2023 Rev. James Weiss. Attend r,o<lgr nt Cnrrolllnn i BRIGHTON. Harry Gorin. John I K. Jones, Lelnnd Srhrooder. Mavo | McAfee. Kred X.iegenbein and : Herman Schneider attended ;in ! IOOK meeling at Oirrolltoii Salur- ;dny nijrht. (iorln, Srhroodor find : Schneider received Hie grand lodge (!eRrpe at this session. Knjnys SulmmlnR Pnrt.v ' MniGHTOK. - Twenty-eiRht Kx- plorprs, Boy Scouts and Cubs on- joyed a swimming parly Monday j evening at Alton YMC'A. Trtins- pnrlatinn was furnished by I he Rev. Kenneth G. Bower, Mrs. I.,. M. Well, Harry Gorin and Scoutmaster Dowry Summers. Brighton .Vole* BRIGHTON. J. \V. Long is ill at his homo \\ilh pneumonia. Mr. 1'iui Mrs. Vincent Massalonc of Alton spent Ihr weekend at the Long home and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blodget of Jerseyville have been staying here to help care for Mr. Long, and operate the filling station. Dr. J. A. Murphy will be out of town Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but will return to his office Monday. VMCA Secretary • *' AMre-sne* Club At Wood River The Socialist party is fighting poverty and illii(?ss, Indian Sn- cialisl Loader Dr. > l.ohia said In Allnhah/ul. Ancient Carlhage w a s located only a few miles from the side of modern Tunis. NOMINATE Joseph M. DeLaurenti * EXPERIENCED TRIAL LAWYER EWORLD WAR u VETERAN (Only Veteran for State's Attorney's Office) *36 YEARS OF AGE * FIRST ATTEMPT TO GAIN ELECTIVE OFFICE STATE'S ATTORNEY CAPABLE - COMPETENT - HONEST A CANDIDATE THAT WILL WIN IN NOVEMBER MEMBER OF: Masonic Order Rotary American, Illinois & Madison County Bar Assns, Chamber of Commerce American Legion Reserve Officers Assn. St. John's Methodist Church, Edwardsville Republican Ticket PRIMARY TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952 WOOD RIVKR, March 2fi.--"Wc must be more to our boys and girls than our culture today is making us be." George Hadded, boys work secretary at the Alton YMCA, told Rolarians Monday noon. As one such program he discussed "Indian Guides," a Y-sponsored fat her-son activity. It was started because of the pressures today on a father's lime. The fathers and sons, who become big and lillle braves and lake on Indian names, meet once every two weeks at member's homos, A craft project usually is planned for each meeting. There are now approximately SO participating fathers and sons in the five tribes in Ihe Alton-Wood River area. Membership of each tribe ranges from eight to 23 persons. The slogan is "Pals Forever." Hadded described the program us that of fathers and sons meeting together with direction. "You've got to have direction be- Fore you can tell whlth way the boy is going," ho said, According lo Hadded, (he fathers and sons begin to work out their problems and have fun together In a guided atmosphere. The Alton Long House is the clearing house for problems. He described boys' work itself as what, you get boys lo do for ihemselvos and others. The fn- dian Guide program aims to help teach boys to think independently. Dr. Gaincs Smith was program chairman. Rolarians will elect new board members at their meeting on Monday, it was announced by O. O. Brunjes, president. Visiling Rolarians wore Roy Ruf- for and Paul Grigsby of Granite City; Dr. David Weaver of Alton, and Carl Gregory and Sidney Frev of Roxana. Mnynard Saxby is Junior Rolarian for March. Kv-Coinniiinlst. Warns Japan TOKYO. /I' -- One of Japan's first Communist loaders is warning thai. Japan is Soviet Russia's primary t?irKol for aggression in I ho Orient. Goku Sano, who broke with the party 20 years ago, said in the Japan weekly that Russian designs are being concentrated in Ihe Orient, because of Hie growing strength of Western Kurope. Victim Gives Thief n Break ADA, Okla. /!'••• J. II. Hewitt, an ardent, angler, issued an invitation in the newspaper for a thief to return and get his rods and reels, left: behind .when his fishing tackle land tools-were stolen. "How Can Phillips Make Suck a Guarantee? n JUDGE FOR YOURSELF! Fill your crankcase with new Phillips 66 Heavy Duty Premium Motor Oil. Try it for ten days— or up to 1,000 miles. If it doesn't satisfy you on every counf go to any Phillips 66 Dealer and he'll arrange for a refill using any available oil you want at our expense. The reason wr> clan? make this guarantee is simple. We arc sure thi.s new and improved Phillips (id Heavy Duly Premium will please you. It's a great moior oil. It gives you a new high in Luhri-tection: trol rings free. 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