Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 29, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
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THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THRU Rural Youth Plan Camp Activities JERSEYVILLE. dislrlct Rurnl Youth meeting wns held Monday evening In Iho Fnrm Ru- reou office to complete plans for the Saturday night activities at the week-end camp at Lake .Jacksonville, June 21 am) 22. Representatives were present from Madison, Mncoupin, Greene and Jersey counties. This group Is responsible for the Saturday evening program, starling at the dinner hour and continuing until "lights out." Reservations must he In at the local Farm Burenu office by June 7. The complete fee is 55, Including insurance. A good time is oeing arranged and a large attendance Is expected. Poppy Sale, ftrpnrt JKRSEYVILL.K.- Mrs. Dorothy Russell .chairman of the Poppy sales for Worthy Post Auxiliary of the American Legion, reported that a total of 5243.79 was taken In by the sale of 1500 poppies. Mrs. Murdella Dehne, Poppy chairman of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Post 4528, Veterans of Foreign Wars, hns reporled that their Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL-The Lutheran Bible School will begin Monday morning at 9 n. m. and will continue for two weeks. Classes will be held form 9 till 11:45 each morning. Mr. and . .rs. 0. C. Weidnor returned home Monday from Stutlragh, Ark., where they visited relatives. Mrs. LaVerne Mnhle, St. Louis accompanied them. Mrs. William Weidner, SI. Louis, is visiting her son, O. C. Weidner and other relatives in Hunker Hill. Brighton Picnic Plans Advanced gross $170. sales of Poppies totalled Moro MORO.—The seventh and eighth grade pupils of the local school will be heard in n Memorial Day program over the Alton radio sla- tion Saturday morning at 11:15, DST. The topic is "We Caught the Torch." Elmer E. Jenne, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Helmkamp, Mrs. Dan Ayres and Mrs. George Hendricks attended the Madison County Council Spring Conference of Parent Teachers Association Monday evening at West Junior High School in Alton. Roger Landreth, son of Mr. and morning with the Edwnrdsville Mrs. Lyle Landreth, left Thursday Peoria where they play in the High School baseball team for slate finals. Mrs. E. C, Parrish, Mrs. Omar Helmkamp, Mrs. M. C. O'Dell, Mrs. Carl Holbeck and Mrs. E. G. Johnson wore in St. Louis Tuesday selecting material for the Presbyterian Vacation Church School. Registration will be Friday morning, June 13, and the school will be in session for one week, June 36 to 20. All children of the community four years and older are welcome to attend the school. The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Keiser of Springfield were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Parrish Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kabel of Champaign spent Monday evening with Mrs. Margaret Kabel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mehl of Affton, Mo., spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Mehl's sisters, Mrs. H. E. Dorsey and Mrs. Margaret Kabel. Brighton BRIGHTON. — Firemen Apprentice Dale Klotz, U.S.N., who spent a ten-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klotz, left- Tuesday for San Diego, Calif., for assignment to the USS Luzon. The Rev. and Mrs. James Weiss left Wednesday to attend the Southern Illinois Annual Conference of Methodist Churches at Mt. Vernon. Due to the absence of the Rev. Weiss, Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. will be the only service held at St. Paul Methodist Church next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Grant who have been visiting Mrs Grant's aunt, Mrs. Tena Simmons and other friends and relatives in Alton, have returned to their home in North Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Ralph Haycraft is visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roe, in Peoria. They plan to spend Memorial Day at Kampsville with Mr. and Mrs. Charles B e n z, parents of Mrs. Haycraft and Mrs. Roe. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Franz and the Rev. Kenneth G. Bower visited R. B. Meacham, who is a patient at Veterans' Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. BRIGHTON — Reports given by committee chairmen at a meeting of the Brighton Picnic Association Tuesday evening indicate plans are well in hand for the homecoming picnic to ho held in downtown Brighton, June 13 and 14. Paul L. Warner, president, announced since so much Interest had been shown in the old-time pictures which were on display at the dedication program la*t week arrangements have been made to have these pictures on display again during the picnic. The entertainment committee advised it had an interesting program lined up for both evenings and an amusement company of East St. Louis has been booked to provide rides. Charles Yancey reported he was gelling out the advertising and F. C. Scheffol has arrangements made o serve chicken dinners In a large ent to be erected in Bell Tower lark. Mrs. S. J. Cardinal, with her lelpers, is planning to be out solic- ruT for cakes and pies next week. Memorial Srrvicrs Sunday BRIGHTON — Mrs. T. K. Rinn- <er of Carlinville, candidate fo> state representative from this dis- ric't, will speak at the Memorial Day service Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. (DST) at the American Legion home. There will be several musical numbers on the program. Following the program, there will be ceremonies at the Brighton Cemetery, under the auspices of he American Legion Post. Newton Halbert Rites Held at Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE.— Funeral services for Newton IT. Halbert were conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. from Jaroby Brothers funeral home in this city. The Rev. Harry M. Fish officiated, and the interment was in the Kane cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy Lanham, George Woods, E. Turned, Isaac Crawford, Kenneth Downs and Claude Lynn. Roxana Family Plans to Reside in California , May 29. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellington of Central avenue are selling their home and household furnishings and will leave the latter part of June to rcs'do in Riverside. Calif., where they recently bouirht a home They have just returned from a five week slay in Tlivorside Their home is on the same street with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton (Do'-l Pierson who recently moved thorp from West Third street. Ellington WHS retired by Shell Oil Co. March 1 after being employed there for 24 years. Pierson is also a retired employe of Shell. They are moving for the benefit of Mrs. Elinglon's health. Mr. and Mrs. Ellington have two children, Mrs. John Burnett of Doerr avenue, and a son, Raymond in San Diego. Shop to Close ROXANA.- Mrs. Bernioce WCIR. and, proprietor of Berniece'.s Beauty Shop on Central avenue will have her shop closed each morn- Ing from June 2 through June 13 ns she, will be superintendent of (ho daily vacation Bible school at South Roxana Methodist church. Dr. H. W. Trovillion Home from Hospital Dr. II. \V. Trovillion was home today after morn than a week's stay in Lutheran Hospital, St. Louis. He must remain away from his office for some time yet, recovering from complications growing out BUNKER HILL — Members 01 • O f a twistc-d ankle he suffered when Bunker Hill Enjoy Animal Pirnirs j the eighth grade enjoyed an all- day picnic at the reservoir park Tuesday. All 28 members of the class attended. Robert Griffin's sevenlh grade went to Gillesple Lake and Donald Henry's seventh grade went to Carlinville Lake Tuesday. The fifth grade and their teacher. Mrs. Ola Nitz, enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Reservoir park Tuesday. Mrs. Marjorie Burton's fourth grade enjoyed a wiener roast and dinner at the Charles llowald home Tuesday. he stepped into a mole hole in his yard several , vwoks ago. An old mastoid infection he suffered years ago flared up and complicated healing of the ankle, he said. He was gratified to hear of pro- T h e element selenium which transmits more or less electricity according to how much light falls on it, is the basis for mechanical eyes. Car* Crash At Wood River, No One Injured WOOD RIVER. — Occupants of three cars escaped Injury Tuesday night. In a collision at Ninth street and Kdwardsville road In which two of the cars collided headon. Drivers of the cars were L. P. Pierce, 271 Ninth street, Wood River; Hubert Devine, 515 Ridge street, Alton; and Francis II. Pitt gross being made with the Me- j O f Rosewood Heights. The Pierce Adams highway, particularly that !hc state would open bids June 6 on resurfacing of the road as far as the Jersey county line. Linv rinmprd nn Drum Colombia's Ministry of Hygiene, in a move to curb the use of harmful drugs, has banned sale of medicines containing codeine or dionin without a license, Bogota reports. Neither the labels nor the advertising of these medicines may con- lain dosage instructions and such remedies may be sold only under doctor's prescription. and Devine cars collided neadon. According to Information given Wood River police, the Pitt car collided with the right side of the Pierce car as Pierce who was I ravelin;: south on Ninth street Diamonds - Watches UN I \<\ Tl It MS Meyer Hurwitz .IF U t.l H\ ( o fUP F 11rnB<lnn\ I'hmi,- * 7 .VII ECORATION DAY is a truly American holiday; a day which typifies our respect and affection for those who have gone before. ftk.10* . . . ttO«0ftt<U« frolic In $£.99 Cool as a breeze and so smart too! Frolics have woven together fine leather* in pretty color cow binationt for new vamp interest. Frolics 90 versatile wearable for all occasions. 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