Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 2, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 2, 1952
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MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAO» fftVf [North Alton Receives Degree «t Mlllkln William Rice, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Marshall W. Rice of 2336 Stale street, .received his bachelor of arts degree in commencement exercises at 9 this morning at James Milikin University at De- eatur. The processional and graduation services were held on the campus at the school. The Rev. Rico took part In the service awarding the degree to his son. William has been working on his masters degree, studying at Washington University, St. Louis, during the past semester. Lndy Bugs Installation Fourteen members of the Lady Bugs, Piasa Circle 9 of Alton, went to Granite City Saturday evening to attend the reorganization and installation services for the Granite City Alpha Circle 25. Officers were Installed by Mrs. Mildred Damerel, royal lady goldbug (national president) of Chicago and Mrs. Anita Winters of Collinsville. Kindergarten Picnic Ttiesdny The morning and afternoon kindergarten classes of McKinley-Delmar School will have a picnic Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Leland Kried on Godfrey road. The picnic is for children an dtheir pardhts. If the parents cannot attend, the children are to be at Delmar School at 10 a. m. The school bus will be there to take anyone who does not. have a ride. Each person is to bring his own paper plate, table service and a sandwich for each member of the family attending and a covered dish for the picnic. Auxiliary Meeting Tuesday Booster Club Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Northside Shelterhouse. The meetings have been changed from afternoon, to evening during the summer season. Allnr Society Meeting Altar 'Society of St. Ambrose Church will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the parish hall. This will be the last meeting for the season for that group. The meetings are to be resumed in early fall. Sunshine Class Picnic Sunshine Class of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church will meet at 6 p. m. Tuesday for a basket dinner at the Onizcd club grounds. The family groups are to attend and each family is to bring coffee or a cold drink. Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Richey will be the committee in charge of the program. Cub Scout Puck Meeting Pack 62 of Rufus Easton School met Thursday evening at the school. There was den competition and each den was scored on feats of strength and skill, the theme for May. The next pack meeting will be June 14 and 15, an overnight trip to Camp Warren Ecvis for the Cubs and their fathers. The pack will attend the NO FANCY CLAIMS NO FANCY FEES BUDGET SERVICE DEPT. It the only locally owned organization designed to help you to pay your debfs. If you desire SERVICE, see us at Phone 3-5562 410 E.'Broadway Alton ball game in St. Louis on July 27. The August pack meeting will be a family picnic. Awards presented were the wolf badge to Eddie Houston and bear badge to Thomas Willie. Den 3 of Pack 62 met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Steve Maher at 2137 Norside drive. The boys discussed the paper drive, and checked their achievements and electives. Mrs. Maher gave the boys instruction on the next three pack meetings. She announced the next den meeting would be ot the home of Dick Thomas at 1002 Douglas street. The boys practiced high jumping and closed with the living circle ceremony. Olrl Scout Court of Awards Girl. Scout Troop 108 of Catholic Children's Home had H court of awards ceremony Thursday at the home. The Rev. Father Andrus- kcvitch opened the service with prayer. The girls had the pledge of allegiance to th( flag nnd the Girl Scout promise. Mrs, Michael Accario, organizational chairman for the Girl ScoUt office, gave a short -talk and Father Andruske- vilch presented'the awards. The entire troop received their needlecraft badges and in the homemaking field the sewing, hostess, nutrition and housekeeper badges. Jo Ann Howard, Cecelia Hancock, Phylis Waitkus, Victoria Martinez, and Swetlik received design badges in the arts and crafts field. All of the 8th grade girls received the cooking and foods badge. They were Edith Clancy, Cecelia Hancock, Betty Hickson, Jo Ann Howard, Rosemary Pchm, Patricia Rappsis and Phylis Waitkus. The 7th grade girls receiving awards were Georgia Hickson, Victoria Martinez, Beverly Rohrer, Rose Sidlau, Sylvia Swetlik, and Anna Wood. The 8th grade girls also received Catholic girls' guide books as a graduation gift. A social hour followed the presentation and refreshments were served. Raw eggs are easier to digest than cooked eggs. Smoke for Pleasure No Cigarette Hangover ' PHILIP MORRIS 1$ made differently from any other leading brand. And that difference is your guarantee, of everything you've ever wanted in a cigarette... tasty mildness, rich flavor, pleasant aroma...a clean, refreshing smoke that leaves NO CIGARETTE HANGOVER! No wonder PHILIP MORRIS ( has gained more than two million new smokers in the past 5 years! Try PHILIP MORRIS yourself, your throat will note the difference. And that difference is delightful! You'll be glad tomorrow* .. you smoked Philip Morris today! ^PHILIP Events Listed at Principia College ELSAH. — Invitations from the trustees, faculties and graduating classes of The Prineipla (o the exercises of Commencement Week have been Issued during the past week. The events begin on the St. Louis campus Thursday with a campus sing, and end there Saturday with graduation of the Upper School at 9 a. m., and the fourth academic reception from 31 to 11 .-SO t. m, On the Elsah campus, The Principia College events begin with a student council dance in Arthur T. Morey Field,at 9 p. m., Saturday, and end Tuesday, June 10. wilh commencement in the Arthur T. Morey Field House. Kl*nh Nt.teft ELSAH.—Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Plagrnan, their son-in-law, daughter and twin daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell. Merri-Su and Jeannie-Lu, moved from the McCall home on Mill street, to Chautau- qufl, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira McCall. who have been in St. Louis for the winter, moved to their cottage here, Sunday". Mrs. Howard Davis of Alton attended the graduation from eighth grade into high school of her niece, Hazel Marie Cresswcll, at ceremonies held in Klsah Methodist Church Thursday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Eller and children, Jeannie, John and Jerry of Alton, and Jeannie's guests, .loann Slinsky and Shirley Ringering of Alton, were at the Solter- mann summer home here, Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Me Dow and daughter Miss Nancy, Miss Lucy McDow. had as Memorial Day guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ward of Alton, Mrs. Mona Nylon and daughter, Miss Isabelle, of St. Louis. They all went to Valhalla cemetery, North Alton, tp decorate family graves. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ringhausen and daughters, Irene and Lucy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles JacObson of Jerseyville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pellikan of Grafton, decorated family graves in the old Elsah cemetery and called on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adney, here, Memorial Day. Fire Destroys Home In North Calhoun HARDIN.-The residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson of the Fox Creek community was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon. The fire started upstairs, and although several people were at home, the flames spread so quickly that it was possible to save only a few articles of furniture. This is the second North Calhoun farm house which has burned in the past two weeks. Hanliii HARDIN—Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gorman visited Jacksonville and other towns Memorial Day. They spent the evening with Mrs. Gorman's mother at Mozier. Mr. and Mrs. William Simpkins and W. S. Jennings of Belleview were in town on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sutton and daughter, Mrs. Roy Goltz, stopped here Saturday on their way to Jerseyville. Grocery stores here were crowded by 7:15 Saturday morning. Evidently Memorial Day visitors helped to deplete many~ local larders. Calhoiih's record of traffic fatalities was broken Sunday when George E. Aubuchon of St. Louis was killed near Brussels. This was the first fatality in the county since 1950 and there have been only two over a several year period. The Batchtown baseball team went to Riverton, 111., for a game Friday. Calhoun boys lost the game by a score of 8 to 4. Sheriff Orville Johnes is manager for Batchtown. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Calvey and two sons moved from town to a farmhouse south of Hardin Friday. Sixty-five people spent the three day holiday at the Blackwell Fishing Club. Fishing was reported good. The belief that certain persons can injure and even kill by a glance was widespread in ancient times and is still held in many parts of the world. FLOOR SANDING Rut Our Floor Sander Vwniih •rufhtf t Paintf ST. PETERS 'ELEO. i HARDWARE AMI'l.E PARKING SPACE 2&OJ ST4TC DU1, 1-8*11 WV DEI.FVEB Hardirt High Students Honored at Graduation HARDIN, — At graduating exercises Thursday night is was announced that Dwlght Ringhausen was valedictorian of the class. The salutatorfan honors went to Dolores Link. {Thes6 two students finished the year with almost perfect grades. Doris Nevlus ranked third and Mary Fischer fourth. The American Legion awarded citizenship medals to two students and honorable mention lo three otheflk Jane Rosa and Dwlght Ringhausen received the medals, while Frank Terneus, Duane Hagen, and Agnes German were given certificates of honorable mention. One graduate, Donald Lee Me- Bride wns cited as having n perfect, attendance record for more than five, years. Horsey DORSET — Mrs. Harold Kuethc and Mrs. Leonard Berlels entertained their Birthday Club at a lawn party Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. E. Allen Rust and son, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Clarence Boyd and sons, Alton; Mrs. Chester Rull and son, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Percy .Ruppel and children, Mrs. Harold Kuelhe nnd children, Mrs. Frederick Aljets and sons, and Karen nnd Gary Bcrtels. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivan Campbell and daughters of Kast Alton visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry sleelman and family Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burjes and children attended graduation at Bet hallo High School Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hcssie Deen and children spent the weekend in Williamsville, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Finch and sons. Mr. and Mrs. William Boeker and son of University City, Mo., spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dietzel and son. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dietzel and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burjes and children enjoyed an outing Friday evening at Bunker Hill reservoir. Greenfield GREENFIELD — t)r. and Mrs. Laverne Hamand and daughter, Carol, Russellville, Ark., are visit- Ing Mrs. Hamand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tendlck. They Will also visit his parents, the Key. and Mrs. Charles Hamand, in Bloomington and Mrs. Hamand and Carol will return to Greenfield for a longer visit at the Tcndlck home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wyatt and son of Athens spent Thursday and Fridny with Wyatt's mother, Mrs. Belle Wyalt, and attended the Alumni banquet and dance. Mrs. George Baldwin,-Jr., Joliet, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Seekamp, jr., last week and attended thi! Alumni meeting.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Gene Wagner, Springfield, spent Sunday with Wagner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F, \V. Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Dolhert Cox and Mrs. Cox's mother, Mrs. Thomas Raymond, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox Friday. Mr. antl Mrs. Richard Simmons of Kvanston visited with Simmons' aunt. Mrs. E. E. Cameron and wilh Mrs. Lee M. Burns and Mrs. J. G. Burns during the holiday weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Jfahn Vattdaveer were guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cain, In Pawnee Friday and attended the horse show and Memorial day observance, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johnessee, Taylorville, spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hafley Gustlne and Mr. and Mrs. Orvln "Johnessee. Mrs. Forrest B. Smith, Mrs. Glenn C, Smith and Miss, Peggy Lou Smith attended a luncheorf meeting of MacMurray College graduates at the college In Jacksonville Saturday. The trumpeter swan is believed to have been saved from extinction when a floe!; of 76 was found in Montana after the bird was believed to be extinct and a refuge was established for them In 1935. It's Fum«-Proof New Sun-Proof House Paint produces film of unusual whiteness. 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