WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THtRTBftN Upper Alton Record School Attendance End* When the Clara Barton School closes for the season, June 6, It. will be Ihe first lime In 20 years that Mr. and Mrs, William D. Rllcy of 2831 Snnford street won't havr A child enrolled. Each guest was presented with ft flower. Bible flnnse* Women of (hi- churches of Hnri-l ford nnrl Alton will moot Thurs- tliiy at 1 .:30 p.m. at HIP Church "At times we had as many asi", f Christ. 3402 Franor avenue, to three children attending Clara i fllsclls , s fll '? ns (or dmnpls (0 hr Barton," Mrs. Riley, mother of iSOI ' vwl students attending (ho Bible eight, children snitl. (study classes held Htirinp: July When Alvina Uiley leaves thei iU '-'artford. The mcetinR will hr presided over by Evangelist Her- sixth grade the last of the brood will have finished elementary school. The girl will enter East Junior High School In the fall. To thank the teachers and school officials for the 20 years they had devoted to the Riley children Mrs. Riley gave a surprise party for them in the school hall Tuesday afternoon. The event was a complete surprise to the sixteen persons attending. The table was decorated with roses and favors had shell Ottwell. The regular midweek services at the Church of Christ will be held tonight at 7:30. Luck On Educational Tnur The sixth grade class of Mrs. Eva McDonald of. Clara Barton School was taken on an educational tour Tuesday of the Alton Water Works. During their stay the group a poem auached commemorating w » '«*»»»* enou * h to scp « boa < the event. l P flss through the Alton locks. Those attending were principal, Pupil* Oet Treat B. B. Campbell, Miss Lydla Wai-; Clara Barton School sponsored ters, Miss Alice Williamson, Mrs. ia trip to St. Louis for the patrol Anna Ogden Miss Alberta Spicer,! hoys nnri mi:mbrr!t of , he school's Miss Helen Joesting, Mrs. Eva Me-; f h ,, , s-itin-Hnv to wainh Donald, Miss Mary Clifford, Wli-!*, "I. r • Satuiday to watch Ham Hickman, Miss Helen Holmes, j^,° St " Louls Browns play the Mrs. Ruth Milford, Mrs. Norma | ClovnlancI Indians at Sportsman's Park. Two bus loads of children and adult chaperons went to the srame. Adults attending were school principal B. B. Campbell and his wife, teachers William Hickman. Miss Lydia Walters and Mrs. Rose! t a Sitze. Ninety Attend'Banquet Some ninety persons attended the junior and senior banquet of Showers, Mrs. Rosetta Sltze, Mrs. Myrtle Stoll, Mrs. Marianne Watson and officer clerk at the school, Miss Esther Duyall. Alvina Riley assisted her mother In serving. However, Mrs. Riley said, the clan is not deserting Clara Barton School. A grandson, William D. Riley, will enroll in the kindergarten class In the fall. Opts Music Scholarship Miss Marilyn Hutchlnson, member of the graduating class of |(hc £ ARB Chm . rhos nf , he MissJR . Alton Senior High School, was no- Mfled Wednesday by MilliUin Unl- ! versily. Decatur, that she has been j , jj at nark lof lK° Tuesday night. The get-together was designed especially to attract new members and their families, cub master Ray Wenzel said. Applicants were James Krwin, 'he Brown Street Baptist Church' tonight with pastor Rev, Howard K. Miller giving as his message, "Growing Up In Him." After the devotional, a brief business meeting will be held, followed by choir iiracticp. Mr«. t'lrlch In Chargr The midweek praye-* meeting of the Main Slroel Baptist Church lo- night will bp in charge of Mrs. Arthur Ulrich, wife of HIP pastor. Title of the message will be "Prayer." Choir practice will follow the prayer service, Hit* Visitors Misses Louclla Vermillion and Catherine Christian of Pana are house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slippo of ,'!113 Mayfield street. Revival The subject of evangelist Rev. G. W. Hoot at tonight's revival meeting at the Church of thp Nax- aronp, .'Wlfi Hillcrpsl avenue, will be "Five Aspects of Sin." A special musical program will be given. The revival is now in its ninth day. RupflM Reports Tonight Reports of th( conference of the General Association of Regular Baptists held at DPS Moincs, la., recently, will be read during the regular mid-week meeting at the Jamison Baptist Church. The reports will be given by Mrs. Athol Tyner, Mrs. Harry Wheeler and the pastor, the Rev. James Shield, who attended the conference. The Rev. Robert Heeves of St. Louis will read a report on the thy Hart, fourth grade teacher, program for May, Pastor Rev. Carl D. Mitchell will not be present, as he Is at Mt. Vernon attending the southern .Illinois annual Methodist conference. Larry Norlhcult and Joe Stocks. 1 Cats Win — DOR Hone! They are not eligible for induction; The stray, mongrel dog that took into the pack until the June meet- residence with Mr. and Mrs. Don ing. I Pierce of 232B Central avenue In The cubs were entertained by •• HIP face of the fact, that the couple western movies shown by Carl i already had two cats, finally lost Bergstrom during the mooting. "^ «'«'• of nerves. The pooch, tern- Plans were discussed for the June' porarily named "Stranger," offer- 24 meeting, which will, precede a ; ^ '<™lf f"'' adoption to another politick lunch and picnic at Rock; family «" (1 u « s accepted. It took Spring park. Those in charge will: two weeks and a million sharp, be Mrs. Norton Hilton, and assist- ! unfriendly stares to crack Strang- ants. Mrs. Roy Fcnwick and Mrs. •'i', but IIP lost a unanimous deci- A. Kolk. In charge of games are ! «ion. The cats didn't put a paw on Roy Fcnwick and'L. Krwm. Erwin :'he dog. but the hostility and also was elected to the committee ' Stranger's lack of seniority around to fill the vacancy left by the dc-i the household had the devastating parture from Alton of Charles j effect of routing him from bed Townsend, who was transferred to! and board. He likes his new home, new employment in North Caro-' Not a rat on the block! lina. Complain of VnstgMly Street* Cub master Wen/el announced Complaints on the unsightly con- that an executive.committee meet- dition of streets in the t'ppcr Alton ing will be held June 2 at the home business area have been reg stored of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergstrom : wllh this column. One storeVeeper of 712 Main strppf. i sai(1 lhf> business men should take more pride in the condition ot Holzbach Nmwd Traffic Chief in DJAf.ri.rf. for 1M1 Kids Swarm Station Fifty - eight children swarmed over the College avenue station streets and sidewalks in front of Ihpir shops. Wrapping pf.per, paper Mid-Missions conference held about a week ago at Topeka, Kan. Following the prayer meeting, there will be a gathering of (pitchers and T. ., ,T r h «'UP« an(1 floor sweepings comprise Tuesday afternoon wa, ing for he : moP of , ^ saif) Ann Rutledge streamliner of the 0 M & O to take them to St. Louis! One resident, not a storekeeper, for a four-hour educational tour. i said a special effort should be „,, , ,u «7 j i made to keep the area clean at The group was from the Wood- , ™ ' Thp rom . row Wilson School at Hartford and rf ma , mp u under the guidance of M.ss Doro-j, Decoration Day parade and Mrs. Delfa Ellis, a second and third grade teacher. is always a matter of sectional in TV IP™ terest and commencement oxer imiiccn j Western Military Academy mothers also accompanied the ftnd shui . (Mt ColloRC _ June 2 , will children attract many out-of-town visitors. awarded a scholarship as the re- ' Ralph Scheffel, a youth counselor j Willard Slull, a missionary from suit of a piano audition at the; of Brown Street Baptist Church j Brazil, now on furlough. His home university a week ago last. Salur-jwas toastmaster. The Rev. Karl is in Waterloo, la. During the eve- helpers for the Bible school which A spokesman said .he children i ?»"£' ';"'£' ™™£ , h ' 0 ™ ! will be open June 9 to I'O. '-- J •—- •-'•-•- '- "-•'- <?„.,:.,„ i but it me stieeis nave me ai^um At Sunday morning services the guest speaker \\ill be the Rev. day. The scholarship has a value j Brown, chairman of the fellowship of $250 to apply on tuition In its an(i pas | 0r o f a c hurch at department of music, and Miss | Rllnker Hj]1 . pl . ORirled at the h fln . Hulchinson plans to register for , entrance at thfr university next; ' ;: . fall. The scholarship winner is a Principal speaker was the Rev. daughter of Mrs. Ha/el S. Hutch- Jack Connors of St. Louis who fol- ----- ~ " Inson of 3206 College avenue, a teacher at: Milton School. She plans to continue as a student of piano, but is to pursue her university course with the plan of qualifying herself as a teacher of music. Fashion Show Mothers club of St. Matthews school held a ."Fashion of Agony" show at the regular monthly meeting at. the school Tuesday evening and the more than 80 persons attending sti'll can't believe it. The show had the women displaying themselves in tennis shoes and evening dress combinations, red flannel longies, and sports outfits which were pointed up by •uch ultra fashionable accoutrements as bloomers and beaded dresses. The general tone of the show indicated that present day woman is not satisfied with current, popular fashions. Those taking part, were: Mrs. Harold Swinney, who displayed morning attire with a leg of flannel longies to catch the eye; Mrs. Earl McNear, showing the garden outfit, featuring long railroad engineer's gloves and canvas shops; Mrs. Robert. Morrison, who showed what should be worn on the tennis court, bloomers and large red hats; Mrs. George Sinninger's golf outfit featured an aviator's cap Mrs. Robert O'Connor's knit dress and electrically wired hat as the desired thing for the woman shopper. Mrs. Ross Siglock showed evening clothes, which still had an aroma of mothballs about them; Mrs. Earl Gross displayed an afternoon ensemble highlighted by a headed dress, small purse and wagon wheel hat; and Mrs. Arnold Lietner showed the night clothes trend wearing a flannel night gown, bed cap and holding aloft a lighted candle. The Altar Society of the church was the honored and startled guests of the mothers. Club president, Mrs. Robert Morrison introduced the society president, Mrs. W. L. Little, who gave the response. Mrs. John Voracek was the commentator during the Fashion of Agony and also did a pantomime of actress Beatrice Kay to prove that, at this particular meeting, anything that wasn't too sane was acceptable. Before the fashion display a Charleston dance was given by Mrs. Earl McNear, Mrs. Harold Swinney and Mrs. Morri son, Final plans for the all day picnic for children of the school at. Westerner club grounds to be held tomorrow were discussed. Mrs. Morrison said Tuesday's meeting was the last of the current, season. The next Is scheduled for Aug. 26. Eleven attendance prizes were awarded at. the meeting last night. Table decorations and favors were In charge of Mrs. Aaron Hood BESTSELLERS IN MIHWEST CHICAGO (At reported bv Leidlnc Bookihopii Fiction — "The Chicago Story," "Mittee." "The Gown of Glory." "The Cruel Sea," "Hold Back the Night." The Swimming Pool." "Cousin Rachel" Nonfiction— "The Power of Faith." 'Prisoner* »t the Bar." "A Man Called Peter." "U 8 A Confidential." "Through Charley'i Door." "Mr. President." INDIANAPOLIS Fiction— "The Crown of Glory," "Hold Back the Night," "Th« Chicago Story," "Mo»ei," "My Cousin Rachel." "Th« Cruel Sea." "Mittee." Nonfiction — "Through Charley'i Door," "A Man Called Peter." "U S A Confidential." "Th» Forrestal Diariei." "Grim* In America," "Mr. President," "Adventure in Two World«." lowed his address with selections on the marimba and vibraphone. The Rev. Connors is a former member of Xavier Congal's internationally known orchestra hut in Ihe past two years has devoled himself to Christian evangelistic work. Midweek Service ning services' the Rev. Slull will show films of his missionary work in South America. .Sluirtlclf AH Exhibit An art exhibition, beginning tonight and running through next Monday, will he held in the hall of the administration building at Shurtleff College, it was announced today. Students ot Professor Edwin Myers will exhibit oil paint-1 Fisherman's club of Main Street had been inker, lo Rork Spring flf R ,,, vnsh aH ., residents park for a picnic and lunch in the ; a ]i(|lc of wn(ch , 0 fee , morning and the nay was lopped , off by UK 40-minule train ride to i pl __ ___________ . SI. Louis. G M & O conducted the 1 "~" n classes through the (rain and then j Mrs. (..lai'CMCC M . Kvail S Mother Dies in Urban a oscorlcd them about Union Station in St. Louis. As has happened before, whenever a large group of children are waiting noisily and restlessly at the College avenue station, the Ann Rutledge was about 15 minutes behind its schedule yesterday. Kciscr in Charge of Service Raymond Reiser, president of the ings, crafts and ceramics. Three Cubs Apply Cub Pack 1 of Main Street Methodist Church had three applicants Methodist Church, will be in charge of midweek services tonight at 7:30. Arnold Will is scheduled to give the lesson. John Browning will hp in charge; present at their regular meeting Kciser will hear the report on of the regular midweek service at i at the church Tuesday evening.' the Fisherman's club visitation Mrs. E. A. Birchard of Urbana mother of Mrs. Clarence W. Ryan of Algonquin terrace, Roxana. diec unexpectedly Tuesday. Ryan, who is manager of the lubricating department of Shel Oil Co. at Roxana, accompaniec by his wife left for Urbana im mediately after learning of the death of Mrs. Birchard. Present television signals, limited by the curvature of the earth, usually are limited to about 60 miles. Robert L. Itolzbflch. a telephone man with more than 14 years' ex-1 perlencc. h;is been appointed Alton j district traffic superintendent of Illinois Hell Telephone Co. He succeeds P. (i. Kckerl. who recently won a Sloiin Fellowship nt the MMS- •snchusctts Institute of Technology. Holx.bnch. who now resides ;ii fifir> Blair avenue, started with the company in IMS as an installer at Klgin. III., following his gradual ion from Purdue University. In April. IflK). hr was appointed on engi- rtcer in the Chi- rngci engineering department of the company, and two Hob.bnrh. years later rn- listf-d in the navy as a lieutenant. He served on the slaff of the I!. S. naval attache in Ixmdon. and landed in Norm;indy shortly alter D-day. He was separated in December. 19'l!i. and rejoined Ihe telephone company in his pre-war capacity. In 1940 he was promoted to construction estimate and expense control engineer, and two years later was transferred to the traffic department in Harvey. He was appointed district traffic superintendent here effective the first of the month. Holzhnch has four children, including twins, Hobby and Marilyn, 4'i; ,1oan, 3, and Marcia, 2. At present his family lives in River- dale, but is planning t. wove, to Alton in the near future. Mo!/.bach, who Is a member of the Western Society of Engineers, has a B. S. degree in mechanical engl* neering. 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