Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Betlialto Club in Final Meeting BETHALTO, May 28.—Members of the Woman's Club held their fi- nal session of the year at the town hall Friday night. A politick supper was served at. 6 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Sehoeneweis presided at the business meeting and the sum of $75 was voted to be transferred to the library fund for the summer. Mrs. Sehoeneweis named the fol- Coke follows thirst everywhere lowing departmental heads for the corning year: program. Mrs. Vcra Bniening, Mrs. Violet Van Molcr, Mrs. Lewis Ricks, and Mrs. It. T. Mr Adams; membership. Mrs, II. C. Mt-Cnlley and Mrs. H. G. Gerdes; ways and means, Mrs. Charles PeUvn. Mrs. Charles Oelk- on, Mrs. Lloyd Bunch, Mrs. Ku- Rene Kaslen. Mrs. Paul Perrin, and Mrs. Leslie Gulhric. Project, Mrs. Paul Van Meter; scrapbook. Mrs. Oscar Neunnber; public health, Mrs. R. O. Klein; publicity, Mrs. A. (.',. Kllioll; American home! Mrs. Paul I lattery; Cardens. Mrs. Kverett Depew; conservation. Miss I.una Bowman; youth guidance, Mrs, C. II. Carl- Ion; (jirl Scouts, Mrs. Lewis Ricks; auditing, Mrs. tld Juneau and Mrs. Paul Perrin. Kducalion, Mrs. .1. K. Henkhnus; library, Mrs. M. Pritchell. Mrs. Lloyd'Bunch. Mrs. It. C. McCalley, Mrs. L. K. Prrhn. Mrs. Delbcrt Hartley. Mrs. V. T. Patterson. Mrs. Krt Sullivan. Mrs. L. C.uthrio, Mrs. Kveretl Davis and Mrs. Charles Schocneweis. Art, Mrs. V. T. Patterson; music.. Mrs. \V. G. Suessen; literature, Mrs. Tom Riggs; banquet, Mrs. I). Smith. Mrs. O. Prrhn. Mrs. R O. Klein; year book, Mrs. Dclbert Hartley. Mrs. Ralph Painter, and Mrs. Oscar Neunaber; hostesses. Mrs. Paul Itatlery and Mrs. II. O. CJerrles; opera. Mrs. James Heal- py and Mrs. Wes Kmrtr. and purchasing. Mrs. Paul Van Meter and Mrs, Charles Oelkrn. Unit 9 J n n i o r High Track Menl Ends in T i e Wlien driving begins to drive you, pause at the familiar red cooler. Complete refrcsluucnl follows a frosty Coke, "1 get around a lot—and I knuwr" 1OIHED UNDlt AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMfANY OF ALTON, ILL. *C«i»"i» a r»giiltrttl troJt-mark. © 1932, THE COCA-COIA COMPANY Memorial Services Held At Piasa Cliurrh Sunday SHIPMAN. -- Union Memorial services were held at the Piasa Methodist Church Sunday at 11 a.m. A combined choir of the Bap- list and Methodist Churches sane a special number, with Mary Lou Woolscy directing, and Carol Jean Lahr, as pianist. Clifford Talley, sr., recited the Gettysburg address; the Rev. W. C,. Wodicker of the Baptist Church gave the scripture and prayer; Mrs. Harold Winwright gave a reading, ana Mary Lou Stone sang Ihe "Lord's Prayer." The Rev. "E. W. Fox, pastor Of Ihe Methodist Church, gave the address. The Shipman Legion Post attended in a body. Connie Meyers sounded taps. BRIGHTON. May 28. -The local junior high trackmen and Shipman tied for first place in the Unit 9 Junior High School track meet held hero Friday afternoon. Kadi school had 63 points. Medora finished third with .13 points. Ribbons will bo given Ihe following Brighton trackmen: Charles Yosl. fourth in Ihe fiO-yard dash; Donald Gorin, first in 100-yard dash; Bob Baker, fourth in L'20- yard run; Leroy Sehmoeller, third and Norman Ayres, fifth in -MO- yard run; Norman Ayrcs, second, Freddie Allen, third and Bob Baker fifth in low hurdles; Norman Ayres second and Leroy Schmoellei third in (he shotput; Paul Lorts second and Dale Gillespey third in discus; Donald Gorin first and Charles Yost second in pole vaulting; Donald Gorin second, Freddie Allen third and Tom Mayberry fifth in high jumping; Donald Gor- 1 in second and Charles Yost third i in broad jump, and Gorin, Ayres. i Sehmoeller and Yost first in the i -140-yard relay. j Other Brighton trackmen who entered the meet but did not qualify in the preliminary events were: Junior Mayerhoferv Allen McAfee, Kenny Orban, Charles Towse, Don- Mid Watson and George McNcar. Increased milk prices have cut milk consumption badly in Montevideo. Uruguay. Women Volora Plan 'OieiHaliovT Parly The League of Womr.i Voters will have an "Orientation Party" Thursday night at 8 at Ihe YWCA for (he purpose of making new members of Ihe league better informed about the policies and background of the league. All women interested in the league, who want to know more about it or who think they might like to join, are invited. No written invitation is needed. All "old" members of Ihe league are also welcome. The program will consist of short talks outlining various phases of league organization and work. These will be presented by Mrs. Joseph Glas- scy, Mrs. Paul Akin, Mrs. Harold Word'* Source The word "head" Is from the Saxon verb "biddan," to pray, and originally was associated with i rosary bends, according to the , Kncyclopodia Briumnica. Writing's Evolution The script txf the written language originated, like all writing, in Che pictorial representation of objects, bin Chinese is the only language in which some of (he original pictogrnphs survive with their primary meaning. Davidson, Mrs. Julian Friedman, and Mrs. 'larris Jaccimin. Mrs. Walter Judy will bo in charge of refreshments. NOTICE Wood River Merchants \VILL BtQ OPEN THURSDAY EVENING TILL 9 P,M, Closed AU Day Friday—D»eora»io» 0ay DO YOUR SHOPPING THURSDAY EVENING Rend Telegraph Want Ads Dally! Telegraph Want Ada Click! i—fOR YOLTON'S • I'niiit* • Glee. 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