Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
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TUESDAY, JtWfi 3, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOfi Brighton Class Elects Officers Mrs. W, D, Bales to Mead Daughters of Ruth BRIGHTON-Daughters of Ruth Class of the Presbyterian Sunday School met Thursday evening al the home of Mrs. W. D. Bates. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lester Allen, president. Officers for the ensuing year were elected.'They are Mrs. W.-D; Bates, president, Mrs. Morris Ziegenbein, vice president, Mrs. Carson Oberlander, secretary and Mrs. Paul L. Warner, treasurer. The nominating committee was Mrs. Harold While, Mrs. Walter Long and Mrs. Claud McAfee. Plans were made to serve dinner to the Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening al the parish house. A farewell gift was presented to Mrs. Robert Pointer, who with her family, will move to Florida June 15. Mrs. Malcolm Anders gave the lesson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bates, assisted by Mrs. Charles Boehler. Upstrenmer CInss to Mcrt BRIGHTON — The Upslreamer Class of the Methodist Sunday- School will meet Tuesday evening 8 p, m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Schallenberg. OES Special Meeting BRlGHTON—The Order of East- Mrs, Ida Geiler Kifes *Hel4 at Brighton BRIGHTON. — funcrfll services wore conducted Saturday afternoon al 2:30 p. m., at the Warner funeral home for Mrs. Ida M. Cell- or, 86, who died Thursday morning at. Mather's Nursing Home, by Reader E. R. Meister of Godfrey. Mrs. L. M. Well was the pianist. Burial was In the Brighton cemetery. Pallbearers were Ross Bennett, Charles Piggott, and Wilbur Weiss of Alton; Charles Yancey, E. C. Kranz and E. M. Slubblefleld. Mrs. Geiler was the daughter (tt the late Samuel and Jane Elworthy Eddlngton. She was born In Brighton township May 21, 1860 nntl spent, the greater purl of her life in this vicinity. She and her husband moved to Alton several years ago and resided al 1818 Clawson avenue. She is* survived by her husband and several nieces and nephews. Before Invention of the reaper, two and one-half hours'' were required to harvest each bushel of wheel, a chore now taking 10 minutes. orn Star will have an associate matrons party Thursday evening, 8 p. m. DST in the Masonic, ilall. Women's Guild to Meet BRIGHTON — The Women's Guild of the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church will meet at 2 p. m. Thursday afternoon. Civic League to Tour Bakery BRIGHTON — Members of the Civic League will tour Noll's Bakery Wednesday afternoon. The groflp will meet at Hucbener's Restaurant at 2 p. m. DST. MYSTERY VALUE DAY LOOK FOR THE WHITE MYSTERY TAGS All Merchandise Carrying These Mystery Tags ... REDUCED 20* WEDNESDAY ONLY Look for These Values in Every Department. All Fresh, New Merchandise. THIRD AND PIASA Garden Society to Meet Thursday GODFREY. — The Alton Horticultural Society will meet Thursday at 12:30 o'clock in the garden at the homo of Mrs. William Walter at 2506 Stale street, Alton. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Rose Bachman and Mrs. Kugene Iloch- stuhl. A potlurk lunch will be served at 12:30 o'clock and tlv business session will begin at 2 o'clock. During the afternoon, the guests will take a lour of the gardens which is considered one of the show places of the area. Tit-turn* to Godfrey Cliurrh GODFREY. — The Rev. Luther Brookman was relumed as pastor of tho Godfrey Methodist Church following the annual conference of Methodist Churches held in Mt. Vernon last week. The Rev. Brookman has served as pastor of the Godfrey church MAYOR TRIES HAND AT TYPING to proclaim National Secretaries Association Week v.hic'h will be observed June 1-7. Members of the association who are watching- the mayor type the proclamation that he signed are, from the left, Phyllis Jones; Ruby Morten; Viola Welling; Peggy Hamby; Lovetta Beck.-—Staff photo. * Clarence AiVatson Rites Conducted at Brighton BRIGHTON — Funeral services for Clarence Watson, 61, who died Thursday in the Wcatherford Nursing Home at Carlinville, were conducted Sunday afternoon, 1:30 p. m. at the Warner funeral home by the Rev. Kenneth G. Bower. Warren Ingham was soloist and was 'accompanied by Mrs. Roland Ingham. Burial was in the Brighton cemetery. Pallbearers were William Foster, Harvey Mack and Calvin O'Shea of Jerseyville, Walter Grady, Floyd Wright and Thomas R. Hughes. Man Released from habit-forming /curative* "I feel happier, younger now, not constipated," writes Detroit man. "Eating yqur ALL-BRAN does so much for me. What wonderful relief, after so many pills and medicines." If you can't keep regular because of lack of diet-bulk, try Kellogg's ALL-BRAN and see i! it doesn't help you regain youth- lul regularity as thousands have. It's the only type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need ... it's not habit- forming. Rich in iron, high in cereal protein, provides essential B and D vitamins. Eat Va cupful daily; drink plenty of liquids. If not completely satisfied after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich., and get DOTJBL* YOUR MONEY BACK! WSCS Plans Meet At Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mrs. Claude Linn and Mrs. Russell Riggs will be lesson study leaders at a meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Methodist Church. The sewing group of the society will meet at 10 a. m. and a potluck lunch will be served at noon. The tesson subject is, "All Children Our Concern." District Meeting GREENFIELD — A meeting of the 20th district of American Legion Auxiliaries will be held at the Methodist Church In Petersburg June 11. Sessions will open at 9:30 a. m. Luncheon reservations should be made with the president of the local auxiliary, Mrs. Warren Cook, before June 7. If the weather Is unfavorable for an outdoor picnic Wednesday evening members of the Legion, auxiliary and their families will meet in the Legion hall. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Charles Burroughs are transportation chairmen. ' Attend Family Reunion GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters and Donald and Eleanor Masters attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs. Ethel Stringer, in Murrayville honoring their brother, R. J. Masters, of Monticello. ' Wednesday Is the Assyrian Sabbath. COMFORT'. UTILITY! C T . satisfied After ESTOI1IC SOFA BED IN DURABLE "DURAN" TRIM Sofa Your NVoney: Millitnt Halr-lottK Cuihlonlia Smartly Styled! 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A twiih of a damp cloth tupi if DEMNIS BROS 300 EAST BROADWAY-ALTON Eldred ELDRED. — Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ray and family of East St. Louis spent DQcoration Day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray and remained as guests until Saturday. Clyde Borman of Wood River visited here the past week with his molher, Mrs. Mary J. Borman, and with his sister, Mrs. Janie Wiles. Joining them at dinner Friday evening were a daughter and sister, Mrs. }?aul Adorlon, of Hardin. The local Household Science club will meet at 2 o'clock Thursday aflernoon at the home of Mrs. William Ivers of Cooke Valley Farms. Miss Anna and Miss Lucy Langer attended graduation exercises Thursday afternoon at the Jacksonville High School of which their nephew, Nelson Butler, was a member of the class. The women remained overnight Thursday and spent Friday in that city as guests of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Orvjlle Bechdoldt and children of Eldred; Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Honslead and family of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinkham and family ol Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and children of Carrollton enjoyed a picnic dinner at Nichol's park in Jacksonville, Sunday. Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoots were Mrs. Gerald King and daughter, Peggy, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Thomas Baker, jr., and daughter, Tomma Jo. of Eldred. Mrs. William Brannan will be hostess to the monthly meeting of the Mother's Study club at her farm home at 2 p.m. Wednesday. This will be an outdoor meeting, if weather permits. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bushnoll spent the weekend at Wyanot. as guosls of their daughter, Mrs. Clif ford Newton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellison have taken up residence in the tenant property of Mrs. Ben Black, south of town. Donald Bryant and family moved Sunday to the house they purchased which the Ellison's had been occupying. Mrs. Earl Ncwnom visited at White Hall Sunday with Mrs. Maude Shackelford, who is slowly recuperating from a paralytic stroke suffered in April. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mundy arc the parents of their first child, a girl, born Saturday at the Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. The infant weighed in at seven pounds and six ounces. Mrs. Mundy will be remembered as Shirley Goans, daughter of Mrs. Robert Ray of Eldred. Mrs. Janie Wiles and daughter- in-law, Mrs. Dale Wiles, spent Thursday in Carlinville. Thomas Bandy of While Hall, accompanied by his son, Keith, of Cincinnati, Ohio, spent a day here recently with Mrs. Anna B. King. five year*. Mrs. Howard Gray, delegate to the conference, returned home a day early W be with her mother 1 , Mrs. James Cooke, en til of her birthday, Telegraph Want HtW! HANOI-BARS ii on the PEARL-WICK Hamper give you extra utility! More for your money! 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