Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNB 4, 1932 legion Etecte l Mrs, ffiekeraon to Head In 1952*53 — Mrs. Glads* Hick, elected president of the w»ott Auxiliary at a uesday evening, fn the town halfo The retiring^president IS Mr*. Jttliir Janes, who has served ta flrwHfemsince the organization ot m Atoflliary last fan. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Bernlceltlrltt, flrrt vice-president; Mr&.L&fralne Stlrltz, second vice- president! MM. Julia Jones, trees- uref; Mr* Alberta Lynn, secretory; Mrs,,B*nia Plvoda, chaplain. MM. Betty Plvotfa, historian, and Mr*.I&«K.N«bltt, sergeant-at- arms.' A report, oft the poppy sale te- vealed that & total of $64 had been collected. - The Auxiliary voted to send * donatl&n to the orphanage at NormilL Mrs. Leonard Nesbftt was a finest at the meeting. > , jlrtwnte -Fly-tip GODFREY — A Brownie fly-up ceremony will be held In the parish hpftSfiOf the Congregational Church'TJnursday at .2:30 p. m. The Bf^wfttes who have completed! their fourth year ot school will fly-up 'tt?; Girl Scout Troops 36. Mothers h df the Brownies and scouts are Invited to attend the ceremony. , Itchy Skin Rash! First application* of highly medicated Zemo proiit it promptly relieves itching) burning of eczema, rashet, ath- lete'i footi'pkoriaait and similar surface fktn and scalp irritations. Zemo atop* liratching and to aids healing. Then §«e how quickly skin atarts to clear. Buy Exttn MMM*** Strength famo for 2EMO atubborn eases.- : BUTCH SCENE ON WALL — Bill Scolf. 1213 Hazel drive, has painted * colorful Dutch scene on the kitchen wall. He posed-as if applying the final touches. Bill is employed by a furniture repair firfn, and has had no art training. He found the picture in a book and reproduced it in enlarged sire.— Staff photo. . Eldred Couple To Observe Date ELDRED-Mr. and Mrs. William Morrison of Greenfield will mark heir 57th« wedding anniversary at heir home, Sunday with a family dinner. The couple's two daugh- ers, Mrs. Frank Hoots of Eldred, and Mrs. Roy Ballard of East Alton and their families will be present or the dinner. Mr! and Mrs. Morrison, both ol whom are in poor health, will be happy to afternoon. receive callers in the cedar hope chest Graduation fim« . . . and afttr that won* Itfful event, what? Why, hopti for the future, clothti for {vocation?^. beginning to collect all thoie rhingi to n»ee»- «ary to life offer commencement. And First of all, the wanti ; • CAVALIER CEDAR HOPE CHEST. The Cavalier it the Ideal graduation gift, finely made, 10 ilurdily constructed, beautiful and enduring. All her treasure will be safe, dry, protected from moths, securely locked from all harm . . . new cedar hope chest is a fine furniture CAVALIER. teJectie* •' CavaJier Cedar Cfceitt • i few at •47 so ibsorr The Store That Quality Built ill E. Broadway Alton Phone 3-5641 Eldred ELDRED—Holiday weekend vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bor man were Mr. and Mrs. Howarc Walls an'd sons of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Gray of Chi cago, and Billy and Leslie Howel of Jerseyville. The group also visited Mrs. Mary Varble of El dred. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kaffer were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Hubbard of 'the Oakdale community. Additiona guests were' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stout of Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs A. B, Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Ansi Brannan:and Mrs. Hattie Walton 01 White Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Baugh ant daughter, Joyce, attended funera services Jfor the late William Bohnemeyer, which were held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, in the Cunningham funeral home at Win Chester. Mr. and Mrs. George Bechdoldt and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Waters and family spent Sunday at Jerseyville as guests in the Lloyc Ussery home. Holiday visitors of Mr" and Mrs Elmer Coonrod were Mr. and Mrs Ben Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Nelnith and Robert Coonrod o Granite City. Mr. and Mrs A Gerald f King and daughter, Peggy, "of Cincinnati spent the holiday weekend with their parents, Mr; and Mrs. Davic King and Otis Smith. Miss Martha Logan, a student at Christian College, Columbia, Mo. arrived Monday to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr & and Mrs. Roy Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Longman and son, Larry, of Wood River, we dinner guests -Sunday in the Otto Newton home. Weekend guests in ftie Charles King home were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. House and daughter, Shirley, of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Logan* of Peoria. Brighton BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. John Down and Miss Bearnean Johnson of Alton spent the weekend at Manhattan, Kan., where they visited with Pvt. Robert L. Dosvn, who is stationed at Fort Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hessenauer of Alton and Mrs. S. V. Montague spent the weekend visiting relatives at Peoria and Farmington. • Mrs. S. J. Montague and daughters are visiting with her sister, Mrs. Gene Ingram, at Alton this ,veek. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Roark. former Brightonians, now living in St. Louis, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Jones Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Waller Chase of St. Louis called on relatives here Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Draper of ,itchfield were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of Miss Flornce Lucker. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schoeberle and family have moved into their home on Boker street, which they recently purchased from Mrs. Thomas Brockman. Mrs. Nora Schoeberle and family moved Saturday to their home in Shipman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long of Rockford visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Long, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Well and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Jones at Medora on Friday. Muscular Waterproofing; Througli muscular action, waterfowl can bring the filaments of their feathers together so tightly that water is unable to penetrate them. It is not the oil on the feathers that makes them waterproof. Some fossil forms of were only three feet tall. WASHABLE CASUALS "» CANVAS OXFORDS YQUR $ CHOICE Cow Reported Stolen From Jersey Farm JERSEYVILLE. — Mrs. Ward Cope of Richwoods township was a visitor here Monday evening and reported that cattle thieves had stolen one of their best milch cows from a pasture at their place some time Friday night. "We thought the cow might have broken out of the pasture and strayed away," Mrs. Cope stated, "but my husband, my son and myself walked all over the country looking for her without any success. She was a black angus and was our milk fcnd butter cow. We had reports about a livestock truck traveling the road in the vicinity of our pasture early Saturday morning." Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Godfrey Township Board in Meet Approve Bills for Month Of May GODFREY — The town board met Tuesday evening in the town hall and allowed bills for the past month. Assessor Leiand Smith met with the bdard to dlsct»s 4 tak assessment and to present bills for his office. Bills approved for the assessor's office Included $23.65, printing: $147. clerk hire; and $500 partial payment of assessor's salary, Bills allowed against the town fund Included $165.20 for the*Alton Evening Telegraph, $100 for sal* arles, and 8123.32 for utilities. A total of $4118.18 was allowed against the road and bridge fund. Of this amount $3400.25 was for rock for the township roads. The town board voted to Join the Illinois State Township Officials Association. This Association keeps township officials Informed on per- 25 Bctlialto Students Witt Attendance Awards BETHALTO "^"Twenty-five students of Civic Memorial High School were honored last week for having neither b*en absent nor tardy during the school year. Special honors were given to Miss Darlene Suessen who has completed 12 years attendance without having been absent or tardy. She was presented with a jewel box as a token of appreciation for her fine record. Other students honored were: tlnent legislation and provides helpful information on things relating to township affairs. Payment Extended GODFREY —- George Tolle, tax collector for Godfrey Township, announced that (he time for the collection of taxes has. been extended until June 10. Me will continue to receive payments at his home until that date. Tolle wishes to remind tax payers that all personal property taxes are due and must be paid to the township tax collector. BHUCE Wand* Adams, Muriel Hall, Margaret Huk, Witma Jones, Dale fom Neunaber, Shirley freshmen; Jack Bond. Floyd Eby, Jack Harkey, James Mow, Jon Walker, Lathy -Ycrkcs, sophomores ; Betty Cosby. Gnyle Ertdlcott, Truman Marvllc Dorothy Hulsker, Gtfrlft Men-is, Kfltn- erlne Bright, Juniors; Marlene Bernhard. Ronald Crane, Louise Stolze, Darlene Suessen, Betty Tucker, leniors. AcMvlty Awards BEfHALTO-Actlvity awards were presented to six seniors of Civic Memorial High School for outstanding accomplishments during their high school career. Points were earned toward an activity award by holding positions of responsibility, participation in acidities, and scholastic attainment during the entire four year period. Students honored from the class of 1952 were: Jerry Ballard, Melba McDonald, Louise Stolze, Ron Ferguson. WIftg CU»» Hoiittftt BETHALTO-MIM Stated, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John W. Stolze, was honored flt award night as Valedictorian o! the,.elnii of 1952. She was presented A gold medal by Superintendent Wilbur H. Trlmpe. Miss Melbft McDonald daughter of Mrs. Laura J. McDonald, was also honored as salutatorlan of the graduating class. Both girls have been very active in school affairs, in addition to attaining excellent scholastic averages. ' CHOKED,±. GAS? fHANKHEAVEN8lMft«t»U»6kl»ri)mt*tl(; induction. Wh«n It »tfik«l, Uki Btllani ttbltti They eonum tM f»it«it.»cting medlcinet known to docton (ot th» fillet ot bmtbum, |M »nd il«tl*r dUtrtit, Itf SHOP AT HOME! ROOM SIZE A M) WALL-TO-WALL FREE ESTIMATES! CARPETING * Phil. Mills if Downs if Gulistan if Art Loom * Firth Finance Thru The Wedge Pirn SUPERIOR CARPET CO. Open Evenings By Appointment. 1636 MAIN ST. — ALTON Robert! Smooth Edgi Installation. h WORTH ANY COLDSPOT FREEZER IN STOCK Regularly Priced $299.95 bvt M Skew •t Vicks! Wi i $0<U«tetfl line of yw Mltrt My Casuals: Gay, lightweight, flexible, washable. Reds, blues, yellows, combination colors. 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