Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 21
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-OHt Ronndtin -"----------*- .._._ British Amateur at Presbviek Stirs Memories of Slaughter By OAVLK f ALflOT NEW YORK, May 28. ,?-They are holding another British Amateur golf championship this week at Prestwlck, the century-old links on the Scottish seacoast, and memory turns back 18 years to the day Lawson LHtle scored possibly the most remarkable victory in the history of golf there. The brawny youngster from thr West coast won the first of four straight British and American amateur titles with a record-breaking 14 and 13 triumph over Jim Wallace, a sad-faced Scottish carpenter. It is doubtful there ever will be another golfing gallery as shamelessly partisan in its behavior as the one which swarmed the dunes that day and angered Little and turned him into a killer. Little shot the first nine holes in 33 strokes and was 6 up. He shot the second nine in 33 and was 12 up. He scorched the first five holes of the afternoon round and the one-sided slaughter was over. He had taken 82 strokes for 23 holes, with every putt knocked down. On the final green Little shook hands with his dazed adversary and said "Jim, I'm sorry it had to be you." Prestwick is a manufacturing town—woolen mills or something of the sort — and when word got around that Wallace, the artisan, was battling a silver-spoon American in the final, school let out. They came tearing in through the back gate by the thousands to cheer Wallace on. When Little putted they yelled "Miss it!" and as his ball neared the hole they shouted "Stay out!" It didn't take much of that to turn Little into a very rough customer and to doom the innocent Wallace 1o a frightful beating. Ordinarily, Scottisli galleries are inpeccable. Last Practice Today For Speedway Racers INDIANAPOLIS, May 28. H- Eight first-year men and 25 Indianapolis motor speedway veterans who will drive in the 500-mile auto race Friday had their last chance to practice today. The two and one-half mile track will be closed Thursday for its prerace cleaning. DUO-WIND "F Jf-wMbl 17 f*w*fi M9» ftegordfea of age, male* or condition, your old watch it vorlh money NOW/ wet n M pet A uuit, Ntw IMOVAI frfcti iMlutft fitftrri <if CONVENIENT TERMS For PROMPT and DEPENDABLE REPAIRS ... Take Your Watch and Jewelry to BRAN- DENBERCER'S First Class Repair Department. BRANDEHBERGER'S JEWELER 215 PIASA ST. Snead Aiming For 3rd Title In Western ST. LOUIS. May 28. ,T-Samuel Incad admits there's a good omen s he goes after his third Western Open golf championship tomorrow t Westwood Country Club. The encouraging omen was the irth of Snead's second son at Vhitc Sulphur Springs, W. Va. slamming Sammy got word of the ew arrival yesterday. Snead will have to stay On guard ' he plans to pick up the $2400 irst. prize and add a third title o the Western championships of 949 and 1950. Three other former ihamps, and may be a fourth, will ie on hand to argue the point. With Snead in the 84-man pro- cssional field are Defending Champ Marty Furgol, Johnny Pulmer, who won in 1947, and Ed Porky) Oliver, who came home irst. in 1941. The fifth previous itlist who may be present is Jimny Demnret, the 1940 winner, who s listed as a tentative starter. Ben Hogan, the 1946 and 1948 Vestern conqueror will be busy at Dallas in a PGA-co-sponsored na- ionwide golf promotion. Bunker Hill Gride Graduation Tonight BUNKER HILL - Graduation exercises for eighth grade graduates of Community Unit School District No. 8 will be held this evening at 8 p.m. at the school gym. C. E. McUce, county superintendent of schools, will give the principal address. F. A. Rich, superintendent of schools, will award Ihe diplomas. BUNKER HILL — Plans will be made at the Allied Club meeting Friday evening for the Bunker Hill Homecoming July 11 and 12. Mrs. R. E. Riggs was appointed secretary to replace Mrs. Everett Hord who moved to East Alton. BUNKER HILL - The Rev. and Mrs. Earl Brown, Mrs. Glen Scroggins, Miss Gertrude Hildebrand, and Miss Edna Bauser accompanied 14 junior and senior BTU members to a banquet at Pere Marquette Park Tuesday evening. The banquet was for young people of the Mississippi Valley Fellowship. BUNKER HILL - David Scroggins was elected president of the Methodist Brotherhood Monday evening at its regular meeting. H. F. Scheldt was elected vice pres- jdent, Jesse Scroggins, secretary, and O. C. Smith, treasurer. Indians Option Quincy Troupe To Indianapolis CLEVELAND, May 28 If — The Cleveland Indians today sent Catcher Quincy Troupe to the Indianapolis Indians to help train he farm club's young pitchers The 29-year-old catcher will' be on 24-hour recall. A tribe spokesman said the AAA American Association club has stome "very promising young )itchers" and Troupe's job will >e to help them develop their talents. This was Troupe's first season n the major leagues. He appeared n six games, getting one hit in 10 appearances for an average of 100. For the past 10 to 12 years he played baseball in South America and Canada and for Negro teams in the United States. Gavilan Takes On Pruden in Turner Tuneup INDIANAPOLIS, May 28. ff— Kid Gavilan of Cuba leaves his world welterweight title at home jut puts his reputation on the line tonight in a 10-round bout with FYitzie Pruden of Patterson, N. J. Gavilan is the favorite. He had o finish fast to outpoint Pruden in a 10-rounder at Milwaukee a year ago, but Pruden has lost 'his last three bouts—tv, •> to Arthur King and one to Chico Vejar. The fight will be Gavilan's last before his title defense July 7 against unbeaten Gil Turner of Philadelphia in the Philadelphia Municipal Stadium. The fjght will be telecast and broadcast by CBS at 8 p. m. (CST). Thief on Base DURHAM, N. C., WP)—Brandon Davis, Duke University graduate of 1950 now with the Pittsburgh Pirates, stole 79 bases with three monor league teams last year. He was thrown out only three times. Twice he was caught attemtping to steal third and other time while trying for home. 'Little Mo' Wheels Through First Round SURBITON, England, May 28 — & — Maureen Connolly, youthful U. S. women's champion, whipped through four sets of singles and doubles with the loss of only one game yesterday in the Surrey tennis cham- . pionships, "Little Mo" first polished off Audrey Houseley of Nottingham, 6-1, 6-0, and then joined with Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif., for a 6-0, 6-0 romp over Mrs. S. Ince and Mrs. E. Hale, two unknown Britishers, in the doubles, WHO'LL BE THE NEXT WINNER? THE FOLLOWING JINGLE WON $10,00 FOR MRS, OTIS BERRY, 929 East 7th Strttt, Alton: Failure* art traffic. I hear women say. To flop if Jilt magic, Try "lAt Occidtnl way," M. Yw'N kt »tM HO.OO if ywr i»»l* « « by Hartford Church Services Listed HARTFORD-Bible study at the Church of Christ will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 with Ora Wheeler in charge. The service his evening was postponed until Thursday because of the gradua- ion ceremony at Woodrmv Wilson. Members of the General Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 for their prayer meet- ng. Airs. George Kmrich will be n charge. The First Baptist Church will lold their mid-week service tonight at 7 a. m. instead of the usual ime of 7:30. The lime has been moved up for the convenience oi hose wishing to attend the graduation exercises at the school. Tonight is the regular church business meeting. A Sunday School justness meeting will be held at 6:30 p. m. The Assembly of God Church >vill hold their prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. The Rev. J. M. Graham will be in charge. Members of the Methodist Church will meet tonight at 7:30 for Bible study and prayer meeting. In the absence of the pastor, Calvin Smith will be in charge. Attending Conference HARTFORD—The Rev. Floyd 'hastain of the Methodist Church ft this morning to attend the Southern Illinois conference o Methodist churches at Mt. Vernon Students Visit St. Louis HARTFORD — Mrs. Lila Snider teacher of the third grade a Woodrow Wilson school, took he students to the St. Louis Zoo Tues day. The children enjoyed a pic nic lunch on the park grounds. Mothers of 12 of the children also accompanied them on the trip. The pupils of Mrs. Delfa Ellis second and third grade teachers and Miss Dorothy Hart, fourth grade teacher, went to Rock Spring Park Tuesday for a picnic lunch. After the lunch, the students went to the GM&O depot where they boarded the train for St Louis. In St. Louis they went on a tour of Union Station. They also enjoyed a picnic supper before returning home. Several mothers accompanied the students and teachers on the trip. Band Boosters Of Roxana Elect ROXANA — The Band Boosters of the Roxana schools met Monday evening in the band room at the Roxana High School and re-elected officers for the coming year. The officers are Charles Rad macher, president; Mrs. Glen Jel fress, vice president; Mrs. John Burnett, secretary, and Walte Huebner, treasurer. The parent discussed buying medals for th grade school band contestants. This was the final meeting o the organization until September. Ea&t Alton Club Women List 1952-53 Committee Heads EAST ALTON — Committee appointments for 1952-53 were made iy Mrs. F. Edward Todd. president 'f the East Alton Woman's Club. I the annual banquet Monday eve- ling. They include Mrs. Adele MrDon- ild, international relations; Mrs, )ee Jones, American citizenship; Mrs. Ross Bloomquist, fine arts; Mrs. Thnd Fife, civil defense; Mrs. ..owell Fulkerson nnd Mrs. Clsir- nee Brazier, husband night and wtliick: Mrs. H. A. Milllemnn, lit- rature; Mrs. Clarence Quillen. adio, mot in pictures nnd TV; Mrs. . W. Kelly public welfare, public and mental health; Mrs. Joseph ilassey, security and economics; iliss Eugenia Day, education nnd aid for exceptional children; Mrs, iVilfred Brandt, legislation; Mrs. aul Wilson, Mrs. Sndabel Weir. Mrs. William Linkogle and Mrs. iarold Chamberlain, auction and >otluck; Mrs. Melvin Farmer, fnll meeting; and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mrs. Otto F. Brazier, Christmas party. Chairman of standing commit- ees arc Miss Marie Jnrrells. program bureau; Mrs. Meyer, music chairman; Mrs. Fulkerson, mem- jership; Mrs. Josephine McCain, Mrs. J. Louis Roller anU Mrs. "llassey, press and publicity; Mrs. Brazier, parliamentarian; Mrs. D. A. Alderson. resolutions and revis- .ons; Mrs. Orville Ewing and Mrs. Fulkersort, hospitality; Mrs. John Hanks, visiting cards; Mrs. Roller, nvic projects; Mrs. Charles A Camp, youth conservation; Mrs Alvin Cannedy, Red Cross; Mrs Harold Wilson and Mrs. F. L. Melvin, veteran's service; Mrs. Clifford Cooper, Lincoln Lodge; Mrs, Clois Johnson, Park Ridge School for Girls; Mrs. F. M. Sanders, Illinois Club Woman subscriptions and Mrs. Robert. Link, Indian Welfare. Special committees are composed of Mrs. Robert Dunn and Mrs. Bra zier, budget: and finance; Mrs. Free Maneke, jr., and Mrs. V. J. Brazier auditing; Mrs. Paul Wilson, Mrs W. A. Mnson, Mrs. L. K. Melvin Mrs. Guy Helm, Mrs. W. Rollin Orr and Mrs. Reuben Crystal, tele phone; Mrs. Florence Day, histor ian; Mrs. Harry W. Ringering anc Mrs. Farmer, custodian and house committee; Mrs. A. Edson Smith Mrs. Ralph Wakefield and Mrs Frank Yoder, jr., scrap book; Mrs George Goforth, scholarship; Mrs Glassey and Mrs. Alderson, park steering committee delegate and alternate. Mrs. Emil Wickenhauser wil serve as chairman of the annua style show and will be assisted by Mrs. K. C. Hale, Mrs. Ralph Bart lett, Mrs. Fulkerson, Mrs. Truman Vroman, Mrs. Josephine McCain and Mrs. Glassey. Mrs. Lorell P. Hicks will be con tact chairman from the Junio Club, with Mrs. Helm as clean up chairman. Mrs. Meyer, American home de partment chairman; Mrs. L. D Archer, program chairman, Mrs. 'lorence Day, Mrs. George F. Smith, jr.. Mrs. A. Edson Smith, Mrs. Fulkerson. Mrs. Herman Wil- •tening, Mrs. .Ewing and Mrs. Ring- ring are others on that committee. Hostess chairmen are Mrs. Otto \ Brnzier. Mrs. John Chambers, Mrs. C. M. Brown, Mrs, D. C. Cronin, Miss Jewel Kennedy. Mrs. . H. McMnnus. Mrs. John Hanks, Irs. Joseph Apple, Mrs. Charles 'homne. Mrs. Sheldon Pritchard, Irs. Marion Orr nnd Miss Jessie vfcDonald. Mrs. D. A, Alderson served ns oastmistress during the banquet vhich wns served at the YWCA. Mrs. Otto F. Brazier, retiring president, was presented with n >ast-president's pin and other gifts and she presented each of the ex- jcutive board with a gift. Mrs. Todd announced a meeting of her executive board for June 6, 7:30 p. m. at Postlewait Hostess IIOUS.P. Tlckelx Available EAST ALTON •- Mrs. William I'had Fife, program chairman ol he East. Alton Neighborhood Girl Scout board, announced that tickets for the annual boat ride foi Girl Scouts aboard the "Admiral" are available. Tickets may bo secured from either Mrs. Fife or from members of Senior Girl Scout Troop 9. The trip has been planned for Thursday, June 12 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Tickets are 75 cents for adults, 35 cents for children ages 5-12. Girl Scouts over 12 years of age must pay the regular adult ticket charge. Although the outing is a scout sponsored affair, neighborhoods must arrange their own transportation. Birthday Celebration EAST ALTON — A picnic and wiener roast, on the lawn at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chares Burk, 55 East Mailer Drive, Rosewood Heights, marked the lath birthday of Miss Betty Elledge, Friday evening. Those present included Ella Jean Farthing and Janice Reeves. Roxana; Lois and Larry Booten and lona Imel, Rosewood Heights: Dean Witt, Bethalto, and Neal Burk, Brighton. Dinner guests Friday evening at the Burk home were Mr. and Mrs. William Burk. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Burk visited a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Elledge, Medora. Aunt Dies In Carrollton EAST ALTON — Relatives here were informed of the death of Mrs. Jennie Stone Johnston, 85, who died in her sleep early Sunday morning at her home in Carrollton. Mrs. Johnston was a sister to A. F. Stone and an aunt of C. F, Stone of 332 Monroe and Mrs. F. L. Melvin, Bowman avenue. Funeral rites were conducted Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Simpson funeral home. Attends Funeral EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown, Church street, Mr. South Roxana Bible School to Open June 2 SOUTH ROXANA - The Daily Vacation Bible School at the Metho- list Church will start June 2 in- itead of June 3 as previously announced and will continue through Tune 13. Children from 'I to 1-1 nre nvited to attend. Farewell Turfy SOUTH ROXANA - A farewell rinrty nnd wiener ronst was given Saturday at the Method's! Church Tor Carolyn nnd Larry Mngee. children of M. S. Mngee who nre leaving soon for Tusc.on, Art?.., to reside with an aunt, Miss Helen Mngee. The parly was given by the Methodist. Youth Fellowship. Games Roxana Classes Enjoy Outings ROXANA - - Fourth grade pupils in Miss Peggy Browning's room at HIP Kdison School enjoyed an outing Monday aflrrnoon at Cnhikia Mounds near Collinsville. The trip was made in aulor furnished by school mothers. The group return- were ployed and refreshments served. Den Meeting- SOt"Til ROXANA Den 2 of I Cub Seoul Pack 24 met Tuesday evening with their leaders Mrs. Harry Jones and Mrs. Frank Been. Kenneth Been led in the closing ceremony. l»«ek Meeting Tonight SOUTH ROXANA - The final monthly pack meeting for Culi Scouts of Pack 21 will be held lo- night at. the Dads' Club park at 6 p. m., After a wiener roast the group will RO to the Methodist Church for a meeting. Each den will present skits and Cuhmaster Walter Huebner will show a film. Upturn from Vn rat inn SOUTH ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones of Illinois av enue have relumed after spending and Mrs. Hlllery Barker, 328 Job street and Mrs. \V. A. Willis, Job street attended the funeral Sunday of a cousin, Mrs. William Welch. 56, at Eolia. Mo. Mrs. Welch died Friday less than an hour after a horse which she was riding, threw her off and then !ell on her. Mrs. Welch is survived by her iiisband and four sons. a weeks vacation at f'.ameleil, Ark. They were nrrnmpnnied by Mr. nnd Mi's. Clifton Ricks of Ensl Alton. While their parents were nvvny the Jones children, Greg nnd Den nis. were guests of their vjrnnd parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Condray of Hartford, nnd Michael Flicks wns the guest of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Con dray of Wood River. ed to the school lawn for nfrfifr mcnts. Miss Sue Williams' fourftttradeif} from Burbank school enjoyed t $le« nic Tuesday after school at K«hdall Hill Park, Second grade students In Miss Calvene Imvood's room at the Edison School went to the farm homo of Fred Jones near Bethalto Tuesday afternoon. A sack lunch wft* enjoyed at noon. Mothers furnish* ing transportation were Mrs. Emest. Peck, Mrs. George Qilloland, Mrs. Fred Jones, Mrs. Oe6tg« Hughes and Mrs. Lorin Walkef. SHOP AT GRANTS AND SAVE Junior Women of East Alton Seat Newly Elected Officers EAST ALTON—The Junior Woman's Club installed new officers and honored guests during their annual banquet Tuesday evening at the VFW Home, Wood River. Mrs. Cecil Crosnoe was installed president, succeeding Mrs. Bruce Hazen. Other new officers installed by Mrs. Florence Day were Mrs. Donald Ott, vice-president; Mrs. Lloyd Slaughter, recording secretary; Mrs. Robert McManus, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Gilbert Whitten, treasurer. Installed as members-at-large were: Mrs. Ervin Haydon, Mrs. Milton Mason, Mrs. Douglas Parker and Mrs. Clinton Root. Mrs. Day was re-elected as contact chairman for the year. Mrs. Joseph Bartylak, district junior director, was introduced and Mrs. Edward Hollman, state junior director, spoke briefly. ' Mrs. F. Edward Todd, president of the Senior Club, invited the Junior Women to attend the meetings of the American Home department which will meet the third Wednesday of each month, Mrs. Joseph M. Glassey, a member of the senior club, was also a guest. f MEMORIAL DAY FRIDAY, MAY 30 Is a Legal Holiday The following building and loan aitoci** tiont will observe the legal holiday and not be open for bu§ine§», Alton Building & Loon Aisociotion Alton Germonio Building fir Loon Association Citiiens Building fir Loon Associotion lost Alton Loon & Investment Associotion Home Building & Loon Association Illinois Building & Loon Associotion Pioso Building & Loon Association Standard Savings & Loan Association Entertainment was provided by Janice Militello and Gary Anderson, who did a Spanish dance in costume, and Miss Frieda Mae Bunt, who sang, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Dean Tracy. A past-president's pin and gifts were presented to Mrs. Hazen. The club members presented Mrs. Day with a gift and the gucsls were presented with shoulder corsages of carnations. Mrs. Gilbert Whitten was toastmistress for the banquet. Mrs. Day gave the invocation and dinner music was played by Miss Ginger Walmsley. Members of the banquet commit* tee were Mrs. Milton Mason, Mrs. Robert Borman, Mrs. Gilbert \Vhit- ten, Mrs. Charles Towey, Mrs Clinton Root and Mrs, Edward Royse. wonderful, new decorator possibilities With RUSSELL VENETIAN BLINDS all Fits Standard Garden Hosi Soft Cotton Yarn Mophead — Won't Scratch Delicate Fin* ithei. Eaiy-to-Grip Handle. Freih Wattr Flow* Through Mophead —Make* Window Washing Quick and Eaiyl Here's the renetiin blind that left you have my window treatment you want. You can get it with an extended top-bar that holds your draperies, too! Perfect color matching lop-to-bottom—if you want it. Or r.hoose a smart contrasting color schem* from a complete range of combination)! 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