Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1932 Worth Alton LIFESAVINC CLASS AT YWCA — Miss Jackie Chapman, white towel over her shoulders, instructor irt lifesaVing, watches J. London Cannon use the new artificial respiration method on Carl Solomon jr., who is peeking under his arm. Others on the diving board are Mrs. Stella Johnson, Steve Bgll- ihg and Charles McCul lough. The class has finished its studies and graduates are now prepared to reduce toll of water accidents.—Staff photo. Catholic Daughters Install Officers at Carrollton CARROLLTON. — Mrs. Bessie Schnelten was Installed as grand regent of the local court of the Catholic Daughters of America at ceremonies Tuesday evening, June 3, in the Knights of Columbus hall. Other officers installed - were Mrs. Mary k. -Pohlman, vice-regent; Mrs. Lucille Carmody, prophetis; ; MrS. Frances Conrad, lecturer; Mi's. Adrienne Carmody, historian; 'Mrs. Mary.,tL. Bolln, financial secretary,; Mrs. 'Geraldine Hi Thien, treasurer; Mrs. Mildred Day, monitor; Mrs. Anna Schmidt, sentinel; Mrs. Betty Carrico, or- OLDER FOLKS with I ITCHING SKIN Tor th« iMgginpr, maddening," perslst- Mt itch «( dry skin, BO common to folks past middle »fee, Heiinol Ointment It a Ipecial, loathing relief. Acti in place of Hissing natural tkin oils — •works fast, lad comfort lasts. How food it feels not U have to 'scratch and scratch. Gat Rtsinol and jet relief. All drug stores, ganist; the Very Rev. Michael Eh right, chaplain, and Mrs. Ursula Carmody and Mrs. Mary Schnelt; members of the board of trustees. The installing officer was Mrs. Kathleen Cponen of Jacksonville, district deputy of the Catholic Daughters of America. Music during the ceremonies was furnished by the glee club of the local court, under the direction-of Mrs. Betty Carrico, with Mrs. Lela Thien as accompanist. Boat Excnraton CARROLLfON. - All students of the Carrollton High ^School enjoyed a boat excursion on the Admiral Monday. The group were chaperoned by the following faculty members and their husbands and wives: Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Trost, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson, Mrs. Leota Rendlcriian, Miss Lois Korty,Byron Chrisrrian, and Miss Elizabeth Bell. Alumni Banquet CARROLLTON. — The annual St. John's High School Alumni banquet, honoring the 1952 graduates EXPERT SERVICE! TELEVISION sr RADIO • Our Phileo trained Technician* can fix enjr Television or Ra- djo Mt in » Jiffy! IV* •re proud of our terries record! OUL 2-2623 FOR QUICK SERVICE HOWARD & WELLS Appliance Mart 107 W. FOURTH 8T. PHONE 2-2623 of the school, will b*held Thursday evening \n the Knights of Columbus hall.. The ..banquet will be served by the members of the local c6urt of the Catholic Daughters of America. Injured at Play CARROLLTON. - John Combs, 19, son of Mrs. Mary Combs of this city, was hospitalized Monday evening as the result of injuries received in a wrestling match with his two younger brothers, Norris and Rolland. The three were playing in the yard at the Combs' home When Combs was struck in the side. He was taken to Boyd Memorial Hospital for X-rays. Combs recently arrived home from RandolpH Field, Texas, where he had.'been given a medical discharge from the afmed forces as the resul't of serious injuries which he had received a year ago in an automobiie accident. Fantily Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beauchamp and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grey and children of Chicago were guests of honor at:a family reunion and dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ballard of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Moulton and son, George Claire, and Miss Harriett Johnson of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Westnedge, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seety and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ralston of White Hall; Mrs. Tony Woods arid son and Miss Marie Stenith of Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simmons of Boulder, Colo., Miss Joan Bauman of Kampsville; Mr. and Mrs. T. Carmody. jr., and children, Mr. and Mrs. E. Grueter and children, and Mr. and'Mrs. John Koster and son of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tuey of Roodhouse. Visitors Honored Mr. and. Mrs. Earl Simoncls left Tuesday for their home in Boulder, Colo., after a visit here with Simonds' rriolher, Mrs. F. E. Simonds. While here Mr. and Mrs. Simonds were guests of honor at several dinner parties. They were entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard iller, Friday evening at the home Amtlllafy Plans Activities The Northilde Booster* Club Ati* Hfffry met Tuesday evening at the Playground Shelterhmwe. Mrs. Charles Foster gave* ft repKifrt on the membership* drWeY The group voted to sponsor K yeting gifts' softball team, ages li through 1?. The girls vrtll rw-aettte every Tuesday evening at the Playtrnufitl and all girls In the North Alton area are invited to attend. The group discussed plans for securing material, for the playground for summer activities. A committee was appointed to> continue the plans. Mrs. Foster will serve as chairman with Mrs. Henry Pieport nnd Mrs. Robert Show assisting her. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, July 8, at the Shelterhouse. Last Brownie Meeting Brownie Troop 42 of McKinloy 'Sdhool had the last regular meeting of the school year Monday afternoon at the school. During the business session the girls made plnns for the boat excursion, June 13. They made final arrangements to ?o lo the circus Saturday morning at the Wood River Stadium. The Rlrls are to meet at McKinley School and transportation will be provided. The troop leaders served nibbles. The meeting was clos'.-d with an outdoor game period. Cub Scout Meetings Den 1 of Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Andrew Hou?e on Greenwood Drive. The meeting was opened with tho flag ceremony followed by a game session. Chuckie Norman told a story its part of his requirement for the wolf badge. Roger Colburn told a story for his lion badge work. Roger Colburn served refreshments in honor of his birthday which was Monday. The meeting was closed with the Cub Scout sign and prayer. Den 4 of Pack 7 met Monday at the home of Mrs. John Paul at 2317 Gillis street. The boys spent the meeting time working on Indian beaded rings. Den 3 of Pack 7 met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Milton Montague at 326 Glover street. The meeting opened With a game, "Johnny Mix- up," directed by den chief Bobby Spillef, Refreshments were served and the remainder of the den meet-, ing was used to work on the boys Indian beaded rings. Nortliside To Play Skaggs The Northside Boosters will meet the Wood River Skaggs in the second of a series at 8:30 tonight ut the Northside Playground. Last week the Northsiders took the measure of the Wood River team, 1951 ASA Sectional winners, 5-4 in a 12-inning game. The Boosters split two over the weekend and go into the game with a 3-2 record for the season. Sam Whitmer, who worked in last week's game, will be on the mound for Northside and will be opposed by Ron Fisher or Dean Calvin. Carrollton CARROLLTON'- Mr. and MM. James Wihrafi and softs of Waterloo, la., were weekend guests of Mrs. Wilson's p&teftis, Dr. and Mrs. H. tt. Lcvi. Miss Elizabeth Meek, a student at the University of Illinois, is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles- Meek. Cpl. Gale Brock who is stationed at Ft. Hood, Tex., spent Friday night and Saturday here With his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Brock. Pvt. Ivan Johnson will arrive this weekend to spend a few days with his wife. Pvt. Johnson is en route from Camp Pickett, Vt., to Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Lavender and son will return this week to their home in Roswell, N. M., after a visit with Mrs. Lavender's parents, Dr. and Mr*. L. B. Woods in Roodhouse, and with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr, arid Mrs. Walter Eldred of this city. Miss Janelle Maholland, a student nurse at Alton Memorial Hospital school of nursing, Alton, was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Maholland. ONE FULL WEEK PRICES QOOD FROM JUNE 5 lo JUNE 12 PAINT GINK 25e Worranted pur* to thin painti; disinfectant. Metal. Protect* trim during painting. PIASTER PINCH 266 NOUSiNMO SANDPAFfR Highest quality for good landing. Coarse, medium or fin* grits. 20 sheets in package, eoch 4" x 5". bttttr; givtt rougher pgint film. To fill fine-line cracks in plaster, stucco. Roxana Absentee Ballots ROXANA—Information has been released through the County Clerk's office that absentee ballots may be voted in the June 10 election on the question.of the formation of the Roxana Community Park District. Persons desiring to vote in absentee ballot may do so at the office of the county clerk of Madison county in Edwardsville, from Thursday morning through Saturday at noon. of Mrs. Gladys Reynolds, Saturday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Saturday noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simonds;* Sunday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Irwin Johnson and Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Simonds. Property Changes Hands CARROLLTON— James Schram who recently purchased the Walter Pegram residence on Maple avenue, has traded the property to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheet:, for their residence on North Main street. Mi*, and Mrs. Sheets plan to move to the Pegram residence next week and Mr. and Mrs. Schram will move into the Sheets property within a short time. Injures Eye CARROLLTON— George McDonough was taken to Alton to an eye specialist Monday morning for a burn received when a spark from a blow torch struck him in the eye while at work on the new addition being built on the Carrollton Farmer's Elevator. Honored at Wiener Roast CARROLLTON— Nnl Mohlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mohlman, who will move June 4 to Havana, was guest of honor at a wiener roast at the City Park given by the children of the junior department of the local Baptist Church. "Building Fund" Campaign To Be Explained CARROLLTON-Fred DuHadway of Jerseyville' will be a guest at the joint meeting of the session and the board of trustees of the Presbyterian Church Friday at 6:45 p. m. in the church. DuHad- way will outline the building fund campaign to church officials. Guild To Meet CARROLLTON - Members of Guild No. 2 of the women's organization of the Presbyterian Church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Victor Clark. Mrs. Roy Shafer will present the program. Mrs. George Grauel will bo devotional leader. HEADACHE Wb»t could t>t mart tffc- -(retting th«n hwdvbt »d<Ud E» f»tigue» Don't wj- duri It. Teke e»pu4to». U this type of h«*d J uicily- I5c. JOe, «fc lew t*» i»b«i .. »TOW MCM(iT« UM- CAPUDINE Males Unneeded Gallflies, tiny insects that cause the round growths ort oak leaves, are all females. Offspring are produced altogether by the female insects. 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