Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 26, 1952 · Page 15
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FIFTS8N Godfrey Cub Pack Plans Meeting GODFREY-Cub Pack 45 will meet at Godfrey School Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Parents of all Cubs are invited to attend this meeting. The theme for tho month has been "Jungle Animals" and each den will present a skit based upon this theme. A presentation of Bob- ent pins will he made. Plans will be discussed for the part to be taken by this Pack'ln tho Scout circus to be held In Wood River In May. Pack 45 has selected Egypt as the country it will represent. Legion Dance Friday GODFREY — American Legion Post No. 1218 will sponsor a dance at the Civic Center Friday evening. Dancing will begin at 8 o'clock to the music of Lo; Geisler's band. Tickets may be secured from any member of the Post or at tho door. The committee in charge of the dance is Kenneth Kaslen, A. G. Auer, and Bernard Stiritx. Proceeds from the dance will be used to purchase school awards and to set up a fund for child wel- WHAT'S NEW FOR 52 ME SHOW MAR. 29. APR. 6 KIEL AUD. ? 10 30 P M Dorsoy DORSF.Y-Mrs. Frederick Al.fets entertained guests Saturday evening in honor of the birthday of her husband. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kldore Bertels, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berte'.s, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson of Alton and Miss Margie Bertels and Vernon Homm of Bethalto. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Diet/e) were supper guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harry CIrote, in celebration of Groto's birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Tilchennl and children were dinner fjuests Sunday of Mrs. Esther Meeden, Alton. Supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burjes nnd children were the Rev, and Mrs. Otto Stothman and children. Mr. and Mrs. Vornon Bertels and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs, Oran Robinson and daughter of Alton, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grote of Prairietown, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Dictzel, iSunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Girth and daughter of Bunker Hill, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Noah Everett of East Alton and Mrs. William Thompson and daughter of Roxana, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Harry Steelman and daughter, Marie. Meeting: Cancelled FOSTERBURG- The meeting at the Baplist Church' Thursday evening at which M'-s. Denise Varq- heur, missionary, was to speak, lias been cancelled due to illness. Less than three percent of Now Mexico's 78,401,920 acres of land is under cultivation. fare and hospitalized veterans' entertainment. Candidates Meeting for State's Attorney Of Madison County (To be Voted on at Primary Election, April 8) Y. W. C. A.—THURSDAY, MARCH 27—8 P. M. Anthony W. Daly and Fred P. Schuman, Democrats, Harold O. Gwillim and Joseph M. DeLaurenti, Republicans Will Speak and Answer Questions. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF ALTON Eastern Stars in, Meet at Bethalto BETHALTO — The regular meeting of the local Chapter of Eastern Star was held Mondny night in the lodge hall. The regular business was transacted by the worthy matron, Mrs. Alice Barnes, assisted in tho East by E. D. Yeckr acting in tho absence of the worthy patron. Gordon Dnrr The chairman of the ways and moans commitloo, Mrs. Ruth Darr, reported that approximately $25 was cleared on the rummnce sale held In Alton Saturday morning and that S17 wns made on Iho last order of cards. Invitations wore received by tho nssociale matron, Mrs. Lillian Wright, to attend associate parties in Highland and Belleville. Mrs. Barnes named committees lo plan for the associate part5 in Mav which will honor Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Wright. Mrs. Lucy Ailsworth bends the refreshment committee, assisted by Mrs. Vor- nolle McGnughov, Mrs. Nolle Ells- pormann, and Mrs. Roiilah Stroll- beck. Decorations are in charge of Mrs. Rulh Darr, Mrs. Alice Smith, and Mrs. Eva Prohn. Following Ihe mooting members who observed birthday anniversaries in February and March wore honored guests. The next moot ing will bo on the second Monday In April. Fund* SotiRlif Hero BETHALTO Mrs. Fay Schuollo, representative of Hie Hod Cross here, has boon advised hy the head'office that additional funds aro needed lo meet Iho emergency caused by the tornadoes. Contributions may be made to her and she will send them to the proper places. Text Book Committee Meeta at Carrollton CAttROLLTON-Nlne of the 13 members of the text-book commit| toe for the Greene county schools met Monday night with G. W. I/we, county superintendent of schools 10 select text books to be used in the schools of the county during the ensuing school years. Another meeting of tho group will be held Monday, -April 7, to complete the selections. Members of the committee who j were present were: Miss Mabel Hopkirts of Roodhouso; Mrs. Olive Cotter of Patterson; Mrs. Nina Wood ot Eldred; Mrs. Naomi Coker of Patterson: Mrs. Ha/el Price •nnd Mrs. Frank Daniels of Carroll- Ion. Teachers Mooting; CARROLLTON - Teachers of Greene county will attend Iho annual mooting of tho south western division of the Illinois Education Association which will be held in East SI. Louis, Friday, April 'I. The principal speakers will be Dr. Nicholas Nyarecli, ex-minister of finance to Hungary and present professor at largo of Bradley l!ni- versily at Peoria. Speaking also will bo 6r. Andrew J. Holt, past president of the National Education Association and present vice president of tho University of Tennessee: School Election CARROLLTON—An election will bo hold Saturday, April 5 at tho Patterson school concerning ithe forming of a consolidated grade school at Patterson. Districts involved in Ihe consolidation will be Patterson, Bishop Doll, Howard and Oak Grove. Tho Lovelace clis- Irict has already boon attached to Iho Patterson district as of last fall. Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD — A. E. Hall has received an announcement of the birth of bis first groat grandchild, born March 17 to Lt. nnd Mrs. Gerald Parker at McDill Air Base Hospital, Tampa, Fla. The baby girl weighed five pounds <md eight ounces. Lt. Parker is stationed at Temple, Tex., and Mrs. Parker is staying with her parents nt Lakeland, Fla. Tho Parkers are former Chesterfield residents. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wadsworth and family of Alton wore Sunday guests at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Knoop. Miss Elizabeth Parker of Peoria spent, the weekend here with her father, James Parker. MV. and Mrs. Paul McAfee and OLD TIME REVIVAL MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Fourth Street — Forest Homes MARCH 24 THROUGH APRIL 6 7:30 Each Night SPECIAL SINGING Mrs.DonHarris Pianist L E. Shelby Pastor CHRIST IS THE ANSWER REV. JACK BROWN EVANGELIST BILL MILES SONG LEADER THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME: SEE:: HEAR:: Mcaclowbrook MEADOWBROOK. — Dr. and Mrs. David Gaulke, relurned missionaries from China, wero guests Saturday night of Mr, and Mrs. Dolmar Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rood and daughters. Jan and Brenda Joan, and Sfc. Bill Rood, visited Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Reed at Eli/.abothlown over Iho weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dixon visiled Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs, Paris Halley at Piasa. Mr. and Mrs. Bordoll Wisnasky and children, Joo, Terry, Mickey, and Mary Lou, visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lalik sr., at Edwards- %'illo, Sunday. Mrs. Wanda Barnoll and daughter, Palty Ann, of Biloxi, Miss., arc visiting Mrs. Barnott's aunts, Mrs. Russell Reed and Mrs, Pearl Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lankford had as guests Sunday their son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lankford and children, Janice and Phil| lip jr., and Mrs. Aurelia Ochter- bock of Jennings. Mo. | Mr. and Mrs. John Crotly of Al i Ion visited Croltny's mother am ! stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Loc Dix on, Sunday. i Lyle Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs I Grover Sparks, former resirlonls j here, underwent .surgery Monday H! St, Anthony's Hospital, St. Louis. A surprise polluek dinner w? given Sunday for Ed Glassmeyc F1S given Sunday for Ed Glassmeyer by Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sehulte Present were Ivan and Norma Schullc, Betty, and Susie Marrs, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glassmeyei and daughter, Karen, Alton; Mr. daughter, Judy, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brooks and family of Fidelity, were entertained Sunday at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Jamc.< Brooks and family. Mrs. Myron Nixon and children visited Tuesday at the homo of her mother, Mrs. Roba I/>ng, in Alton. FALSE TEETH , N EW CUSHION PLASTIC Hums SORE GUMS Makes plalas fit like now for w»ekt with ONE APPLICATION. Stop dipping, ilidlng. Cftaw and enjoy all foodi, flellne your plate* o! bom* wifh D5N- TUR-EZE, Not a paile or powder but a n»w cuthion p/aific that lattt for week*. Thouiandi delighted. 60c and $1.00 lubei. At all good-drug counted. TJtY it—aik for nationally advertised DENTUR-fcZt. Slilpmnti SHIPMAN- -The Ladies 'Auxiliary f the Shipman-Plasa Anti-Thief \ssooialion will moot-this evening at the Masonic Hall, Mrs. C,. P. Hunt of Fayollo, who MR spent the past six months wilh ler children, George: Hunt of Phoe- li.v, AH/., Forest Hunt of Lyn- vootl, Calif., nnrl Mrs. PudorbaiiRh of Baylown, Tex., arrived Sunday o visil her daughter, Mrs. Robert Harriett of Piasa. Mrs. Harold Wainwrlghf, Nancy Strablow, I«iis Ann Waggoner and 'Jorls Depper, ntlended Ihe CFO •neotlng at the Faith Lutheran Church in St. txiiiis, Saturday. Miss Dorothy Doughty of St. ..ouls, was a weekend guest of her larenls, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Doughty. Mrs. Doughly returned tiomo with her daughter for a visit. Miss Opal .lean Winson of Alton, was a guest over Ihe weekend of ler grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllinm Winson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kahl won :uosts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ione Kahl of Tnylorvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kanolla- <nn and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. .lohn llagen, and Henry Hagen of Fieldon, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George F, Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Harold WieKand nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Maxoinor if Godfrey, were guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. II. A. Bruoggeman •ind Mr. and Mrs. William Hend- rirks. Mrs. Stanley Hopkins and infant «m, Kicky Wayne, have relurned from Iho Macoupin Hospital in | ^arlinvillo, where ho WMS horn March 1-1. He is the couple's first hild. His mother was Iho former Mary Holloway. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cor/.ino, Mrs. Ifallio Pearc.e and Mrs. Summerhnys of .lorseyville, and Miss Helen Cor/inn of Chicago, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Miller. Mrs. Elmer Hreilweiser and children, Mary Ellen, Hobby, and Hichard, returned homo Sunday from a visil wilh Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hruoggeman, of Kast. Allon. Miss Kileeri Kadoll of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Archer and son, Martin, were dinner guesls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siinnor. Mr. ami Mrs. Laurence Rawlinj{ and daughter of Graf Ion, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Travors. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edsall of Fostorburg visiled Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Edsall and Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Edsall. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Scott and children, Barbara and John, and A. M. Soot I: and Hilda, wero guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hogue in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Duncan received a telephone call Saturday evening from their son, Pvi. Robert Duncan, at. Fl. Hi ley, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Joe llackelhal and daughter of Tiothallo visited Mr. and Mrs. William Winson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson and daughters of Godfrey wore guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Wilson. Mrs. C. H. Moore and Mrs. Esther Kelchum visited Sunday aflcr- noon wilh Mrs. Mary Kclehurn at Hie Parks Nursing Homo in Car- linvillc. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Labr and family of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Frit/, and family wore Sunday gue.sls of Iho women's mother, Mrs. Mayo Odoll. Marvin Scott of Caldonia, Mo., Is guest of bis grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. O. A. Shull/, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barnod and sons were Sunday evening guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Boss of Allon. | The Rev. Fred Opper of Carlin- i ville filled his appointment a I. Ihe j Harmony Baptist. Church Sunday, and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Dossoll. The Rov. T. N. Harris of Fosterburg conducted services at I lie Centervillo'Baptist Church Sunday. fit ftftff Out of Service Ulr/i Mctt of j-* Pvl. nrnnnr In Mnlno PVT. LYNUS BENNER. whose parents live near Carrollton, is presently at Dow Air Force Base, Bangor, Me. Following his graduation from Cn million High School, In June 19'I3 after attending the three-year school In Eldral. ho worked for Blasko Boat & Barge Co., then was employed at T n t e r n a tionnl Shoe Co., at Jnr- seyvillo. On Doc. 17, he enlisted In service and four days later reported to Lackland AFB, Texns. I fe remain o d there until transfer to Main, nnd assignment to administration sup- lily, for which ho will bo. trained prior to assuming actual work. In. a letter lor his parents, Pvt. Benner told of the :!9 inch snow storm in Maine, the Dow base's proximity to Bangor and American Airlines field, nnd 'the 1 32nd fighter bomber wing's location midway between tho two. dipt. Nrllli- llnllcy Homo, Capl. Nellie J. Bailey, a United Slates Air Force nurse, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Johnson, arrived homo curly this monlh after a three-year lour of duty In Puerto Rico. She entered the Army Nurse Corps in December, :1!M2, nl Jefferson Barracks, Mo., nnd during World War II served with the 7Uth General Hospital unit in North Africa and Italy, and with the IWth Station Hospital in Italy. In July, 1949, Capt. Bailey was transferred to the United Slates Air Force Nurse Corps. In May, 1.951, she was accepted for duly In the regular air force. From March, 1949, until September, 1951, the captain was on duty at nodrlquez Army Hospital in Snn Juan, Puerto Rioo. Capt. Bailey Is n graduate of Spnrift Township High School, class of '33 nnd of Ihe Missouri Baptist Hospital school of nursing, St. Louis, Mo., class of 'HO. She will leave April .15, for duly wilh the 43rd Medical Group, Davis • Monthan AFB, Tucson, AH/, (inndn Grndunlps HARTFORD -- Harold Eugene Goofle, USN, has completed boot training at Great Lakes Naval Training base. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goodo of 120 East Hawthorne street, accompanied by throe sons, Hay* rnond, Dennis, and Ronald went lo the naval has to attend Ihe gradual Ion. Goodo who graduated from Easl Alton-Wood Jilvor Community llu;h School in June. IHfil, entered service Doc. !l, I'fe. Johnson In (Irrinnny Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Johnson of W,\ Lamport si reel, have rooolv ed word that their son, Pfo. Frank E. Johnson, is stationed in Landstuhl, Germany, wilh tho 80-llh station hospital at Iho American Medical Center. Entering service March n, lflr>l ho received his diploma frotr South Dakota's Black Hills area is said to be the oldest mountain area on the North American continent. and Mrs. Fred dlassineyer, Bo i lhalto; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glass-| meyor, John (llassmeyor, and Mr. j and Mrs. Harold Gehring and .sons. ' Donny and Kenny. i JBU TRADE IN ALLOWANCE ONANEW FRIGIDAIRE (REGARDLESS OF CONDITION OF YOUR OLD BOX) FOR LOWEST PRICES...HIGHER TRADE IN .. SEE Alton's Authorized There's a Model, a Size and a Price fer yen! Gel a Genuine FRIGIDAIRE, America's Ne. I Refrig- FflgldairC Dealer Before YOU Buy. erater loday II Open Friday Evening Until 9 P, M, 550 E. BROADWAY HLTOP REFRIGERdTIDn CO. Close Saturday Evening At 5:30 DIAL 3-7721 BILL CRANE, EVERETT BEASLEY, Proprietors Authorized Frigidaire Sales & Service GOOD SHOES ALWAYS LOOK LIKE NEW WHEN REPAIRED AT UNION SHOPS ho medical field service school it Ft. Sam Houston, Texai. Before lolnlng the armed force*, Pfc, lohnson wns employed flt Owens- Illinois Glass Co., following his graduation from Alton High School, Hhnwmakef To Newport Wnlter W. Shewmaker, RMN/3 left Tuosdny for Newport, R. I. where he is stationed aboard the USS "Kenneth D. Bailey," DD713. Mrs. Margaret. Shewmakor and son of 121.'! West Ninth street accompanied him. 1'vt. (ireen In Radio School Pvt. Harold V. Green, 20, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrolil D. Green, 459 Park drive, Bethalto, ia at Biloxi, Miss., where he will attend radio and rndpr school for the next ten months. His wife, Belly is expected to leave tor Biloxi the first of April. The seven-day week originated in western Asia, according to the Encyclopedia Brltann'ca. 1Vktn FATIGUE cm,,, HEADACHE What could t>« mar* dU- trmatnR thnn hendachs | added to fatigue? Don't endure It. Titko Cftpudlno. It. relieve* thi» tjrpa of h«*d-J »Ch« no quickly. IV, 30c, 80o(| iltei. Follow th* I libel avoid cxcMMv* vu«. CAPUDINE VISIT OUR ENLARGED HOBBY and CRAFTSHOP ADAPT STRIP i/if Mr i BEADS LEATHER AIRPLANES MODEL AUTOS BOATS ENGINES DOWNSTAIRS Barleff s Creator Alton'* Quality Store For Men rttid Young: Men. \oir Tho Fawhloii I oriior of llsu PHOEBE GOLDBERG Shut' Women the one bra that gives you more than uplift-up P£T£R PAD Mosf exciting bra of rhe age (any age) ,...Inner Circle for the average or average-full figure. Youthful, fashion-perfect uplift will be yours — for keeps — because the pre-formed Dura-form cup (il's a Peter Pan exclusive) guarantees uplift that keeps up through countless wearings and washings. Get into the fashionable Inner Circle — todayl Regular, sizes 32-36A; 32-38B; 32-40C white broadcloth .. .$3.95 TJw trilMi? in, HUf i nsblai M tw*. Inntr Clrcli, liter cguntlm wtirlngs (nil washingj.Tht Ouri-fgrm cup kltpf IU ilupt-tnd ywr»l Joon Crawford, Peter Pan Fashion and Design Consultant, soysi "Choose the bra thaj gives you the perfect underline for a fashion-right outline." *4P u I >»T ort n,

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