Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE F1VB North Alton Olrl Scouts Dinner Members of Oirl Scout Troop 109 of the Catholic. Children's Home planned and served a dinner Tuesday evening at the home to show their appreciation to thpir sponsors and others who have helped organize and have worked with the troop. The dinner was planned on a Mexican theme and completed the girls' requirements fop the hostess badge. The Rev. Father Andruskevitch gave the invocation. Mrs. Henry Schwanb is troop leader and Mrs. Sam Dip- lazzo is co-leader, Following the dinner, Mrs. Schwaab introduced Father An- druskevitch who gave a short talk, thanking the sponsors and those who have helped with the work. Mrs, Schwanb introduced the guests, Mrs. John Wolf, president of the Opti-mrs. Club, sponsor of the troop; Mrs. R. Jones, ser- Keant-at-nrms: Miss Burnice Lundahl, Girl 'Scout field director; Mrs. Herman Schmidt, organization chairman of the North Alton area board; Mrs. Dick Eccles. Norht Alton reporter; Mrs. Jesse Cline of Troop 109 committee and her daughter Mary Ann; Mrs. Michael Accario, organization director; Mrs. Tom Met.cnIf and Mrs. Don Caliban, council instructors for leaders. Leaders representing troops of other churches and Ihe home were Mrs. R. .', Thomcczek and Mrs. Irvin Partridge, Children's Homu; Mrs. Caliban, Old Cathedral; Mrs, K. Kelso, loader, and Mrs. Joe Stark, Mrs. Paul Maley, Mrs. R. Redd and Mrs. Harold Roberts of St. Patrick's; Mrs. Kdward Weaver, St.. Mary's; Mrs. Joe Pelon, Brownie leader, and Mrs. Charles Hoormann of St. Bernards, Wood River. Rosemary Sullivan opened the program with a greeting. The troop sang their theme song, "My Wild Irish Rose" and "Our SALE! LADIES' WHITE DRESS SHOES $8.95 Values. WESTERN Shoe Store 804 E. Broadway Open Thursday Till » p.m. Clinlel" in French nnd English. Mrs. Srhwaah Introduced enr.h girl. Members of the troop are! Sandra Pygott, Rosemary Still!- \ van, Lynda Pritchard, Doris De Soto, Mary Ann Ilickson, Patricia Sullivan, Barbara Gray. Patricia Gray, Beverly Grotty, Mary Catherine Crotty, Janice HiKgenbot- ain. Mary Kllzabelh Butts and loria Waitkus. Marcella Seipp as unable to attend the dinner, he is in St. Joseph's Hospital for icdieal care following a fall from bicycle. Mary Caroma and Frank Gonales, students at Marquctto High chool and members of St. Mary's arish, presented a Mexican hat anco. Gloria Wailkus as toreador nd Mary Elizabeth Bulls as the ull presented a Mexican bull ght pantomine in costume. Sanra Pygott and Rosemary Sullian had a tap routine, then Sanra had a lap solo. Beverly Crot- sang "Be My Love." Linda Yitehard gave a baton dance, •lary Catherine Crotty, Beverly rotty and Rosemary Sullivan ang "Because of You." Mrs. Schwasib thanked 1ho sis- ers of the home who have helped make the work possible and the rogram was closed with the troop inging "Ava Maria" in Latin. The iris took their guests to their meeting room to see handwork and len for a tour of the home. Brownies Keeeiv« Pendants Brownie Troop \i of McKinley school met Monday at Ihe school, 'ollowing the short business ses- ion and roll call the girls made Irawstring bags from red banana handkerchiefs. The troop eaders presented the girls with heir one and two year pendants. Nibbles were served. The girl sang the Brownie song, gave the iromise, and sang "When 'Ere You Make A Promise." Mrs. Robert Mitchell directed games to close the meeting. Next week's neeting will be the last for the school year. VFW Auxiliary Tonight The VFW Post; 1308 Auxiliary vill meet at 8 o'clock tonight al 1510 East: Fourth street in the A'edge Building. Raymond Holmes Gets New Olin Post Now Haven, Conn. \V. C. Schndp. Rpnoral of HIP arms and ammunition division of Olin Industries, Inc., announced today Ihr appointment of Rnymond S. Ifolmps as manager of the ammunition research and development department, located at Co. since, 1947. Tie hns been Holmes who employed by Olin Industries since holds patients for! 1934 - Hfl was Rrnrluated with a de- U'eslern - Win-JKtre in mathematics from Kurekn • li e s t e r shot! College. Eureka, 111., and later did shells. imxUiiTrljsradunlc work in physics at Wash- by Olin Indus- j ii'Rlon University in St. Ixiuis, Mo. tries, has becn|» From 1934 to 1942 he was a phy- issisiant director I sics laboratory technician in the if :or development the research ind development lepartmcnt of p s I e r n Carl- Olin ballistics laboratory at East Alton. For the next two years Holmes was supervisor of the ballistics laboratory and from 1944 to 1947 he was head of the Ammuni- tion Development section. Holmes is n member of Ihe technical committee of the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute and the American Ordnance Association. He was born in Greenfield. III., and now makes his home at 3322 Jackson street, Alton, III. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, who is the former Dorothy McClellan of Toulon, 111., have two children, Robert, 15, and Linda, 8. Holmes will move his family to New Haven, following Vint, Our stm is only fl small star In a group, or galaxy, which contains about 100,0(10,000,000 other stars, and there are perhaps 10,000,000,000 similar galaxies in space. Fond Orchid Vanilln extract nomes from the seed pods of the vanilla orchid, found from Flcrrirln to Mexico and Central America. It Is the only one of the world's 15,000 kinds of the end of the school term in June. orchids that has 4n ftconotrtte lm» portance as food. Helium'* formation AH the helium on enf th has teen formed by the radioactive decay of uranium and thorium. These elements change Into othets With emission of alpha particles, nuclei of helium atoms. The number of Bibles printed ftnd distributed in 1951 reached an all- lime record, says the" American Bible Society. THURSDAY and SATURDAY LAST TWO DAYS TO SAVE! SHOP THURS. 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. New Pastor Hired At Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD. — The Rev Raymond L. Flori of Greenville til., has accepted the call of mem bers of the United Chui-ch to be their pastor for the coming year The Rev. Fiori has had charge o the morning worship service of the church the past: three Sunday mornings and will move into the parsonage here as soon as new floors are installed and the dec orating is completed. The Rev. Don Crider of Green ville College will have charge o both the morning and evening ser vices Sunday, as the Rev. Flor is a member of the graduating class at Greenville College an their baccalaureate services wil be held Sunday evening. News Notes CHESTERFIELD. — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tocks and son of Spring field were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Hounsley. Mrs. Samuel E. Burns and he aunt, Mrs. Dave Rigsbey, visite Monday afternoon at Alton Me morial Hospital with Cloyd San ders and Mrs. Frank Dams. 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