Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 29, 1952 · Page 9
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1952 Established January IS, 1136, If Weather Permits Jersey High Graduation Will Be Held at Football Field JERSEYVILLE - The commencement program for the 118 graduates of the Jersey Community High School, set for Tuesday at 8:15 p. m., will bo held mil- of-doors on the football field of the school if weather conditions permit, according to announcement made Wednesday by Principal Louis N. Holder. This will accommodate the large crowd of friends and relatives of the graduates who gather euch year for the exercises, and which is expected to Be record-breaking as this is the largest class of graduates in the history of the school. In the event weather conditions are unfavorable the program will take place in the gymnasium of the grade school. If weather conditions appear doubtful but the decision is to go on with plans for the outdoor program, port of the lights on the field will bo turned on about 7:30 p. m. as a signal that the exercises are to be used, the football field will remain dark. Each senior will be given font- tickets for use of his family, which will entitle the holder to seals immediately to the rear of the graduating group. Those who do nol have tickets will use the bleachers. The commencement address will be given by Rev. M. C. Foltz, former pastor of the Methodist Church here, who Is now retired and living in Centralia, III. His subject will be "Youth and The Atomic Age." Urged la Exhibit Work at Fair JERSEYVILLE — County Superintendent of Schools O. A. Wilson Jr., has requested all teachers of Jersey county to prepare exhibits of school work for the Jersey County to prepare exhibits of school work for the Jersey County Fair. A list of the type of exhibits eligible and prizes to be offered have been sent the teachers. Exhibits must be turned in to the County Superintendent's office by June 6. Medicinal Tobacco Tobacco was used in Indian peace pipe ceremonials because it was thought to possess medicinal properties, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Dates Set for mble School At Jersey ville JERSEYVILLE - The Daily Union Vacation Bible School will open here June 9 and continue for two weeks through June 20. Sessions svill be held each morning from 9 to 11:30 o'clock five days each week. All sessions will be held at the Baptist Church. Teachers and helpers are needed for 'he Bible School. Hi<*h school girls, as well as older women are invited to assist in the work. (iiicsts of Parents hero JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peter and children, Mary Kay, and Jimmy, of Tampico, III., will returned to their home Friday after spending the week here with Mrs. Peter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bloomer sr. Bethalto OES Chapter in Meet BETHALTO — The reRular meeting of the Bethalfo Chapter of Eastern Star was held in the lodge hall Monday evening with Mrs. Alice Barnes, worthy matron, presiding. She was assisted in the Kast by Elmer Wright, acting worthy patron. During the business session a resolution read by the chairman of committee, Mrs. Nelle Ellspermann. was adopted to have the charter draped for a period of 30 days in memory of Mrs. Louise Elliott. Mrs. Elliott was a charter member of the Bethalto Chapter when it was instituted in 1920. The sum of 55 was given to the Cancer fund. Invitations wore received to attend parlies in Grafton. Jersey ville, Brighton, East St. Louis, and Wood River. A delegation from the local chapter attended a Guest Night in Grafton Tuesday evening, where Mrs. Barnes served as warder. Miss Lou Nolle Miller was pros on! at I he mooting and spoke, Mrs. Barnes designated the next regular meeting ns one to honor the members whose birthdays have occurred during the months of April and May, Upturns from JERSEYVILLE — John J. Me- Guire, local business man, returned to his home Wednesday from Poplar Bluffs, Mo., where he has been a patient in the Veterans' Hospital. Miss Verna Louise McGuire and Edward Aleen motored to Poplar Bluffs to accompany him home. Visits here En Route Home JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Isham Linder of Boulder, Colo., arrived Tuesday to spend the remainder of the week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Thatcher, and with relatives and friends in Carrollton. They are en route home from a visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. Isham W. Linder in Wash ington, D. C. Although in theory a mile of railroad rail welded together would change length as much as 4 or 5 feet between summer and winter temperatures, it has been found in practice that this does not happen. Cotton growing has tended to spread north in the United States and is now grown as far north as Southern Illinois. A "battle of the beaches" broke out in Durban, South Africa, where Indians complained that African natives were invading their bathing areas and European bathers complained of Intrusion of both Indians and natives. • Hills MOTOHS I ,,, , K, It r I I jl , P.M., I), il U Ml, i I,. I. I IVak Trades' f ~ N,.,, < ir- ,,r I - .I ' irs Oiiles Motors l'l\ nidllt II Mi-;lltT MOTOIIS Give purpose to their great sacrifice. 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