Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1952 33 [Vetemm to Get Diplomas 188 East Alton-Wood River Seniors to Graduate Thursday ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WOOD RlVER-Commericemen exercises for 188 seniors at. Ens AltotirWood River Community High School will be Thursday evening a 8:15 in Memorial Gymnasium, Thirty-three veterans are to re ceive equivalency certificates granted through General Educa tion Development examinations, Names of seniors who are to graduate and the veterans were announced toray by Mrs, Almeda Hull, registrar. They are: George Abernathy, William Abernnthy Kathleen Alderaon, Barbara Allen. Sforr Anderson, Clara Jean Anthony, Frankle Antoine, Eddie Archer/Dorothy Bailey Donald Baker, Eddie Ballard, Eml Bantt, Dorothy Barnett, Phillip Burnett Meredith Barteta, Lowell Ba«ell, Gerald Been, LoU Berry, Evelyn Blnkley Jackie Black, Charles Blacklock, Shirley Blair, Alice Bonn, Nancy Bond, Gladys Bowel-master. Gerald Brown, Mary Jane Bruggcr, John Cahoon, Patricia Caldwell, Shirley Calvin, Joyce Cannedy, Gilbert Cnrnes, Jack Clagg, Jenny Clifford, Carolyn Clinton, Patricia Coale, Betty Collier, Clarence Cook, Loren Cook,' Gary Cooper, Donna Corzlne, Roger Counsll, Phyllis Crandall, James Dammann, Herbert Crlswell, Margaret Damn, Earl Davis, Jr., George DcLong, Marilyn Doty, Wanda Lee Downing. Louis* Doyen, James Drainer, Wlllarcl Dugger, Dolores Dunnagan, Thelma Edgar, Chalotte Enloe, Anthony Errandi, Virginia FalUn, Cerllla Farley. Leta Fife, Ronald Fisher, Leon Fitzgerald, Evelyn Ford, Robert Frater, Elizabeth Anne Frlelds, Dwlght Frlemann, Jerold Frye, Joseph Galeaz, Betty Gerl, Patsy Gles- Ike, Dorothy Gllltland, Norma Lee Gimmeson, Cletus Hackethal, Maurice Halst, Rita Hamilton. Ginger Hargls, LaVerne Harris, James Heldler, Wanda Hendricks, Esther Hnl- brook, James Holt. Robert Hopper, Mary Howden. Shirley Hutlspeth, Linda Imlay, Ralph Jrvin, Norma Jean Johnson, Frelean Jordan, Edward Kanip, Barbara Kelly, Billy Jean Kessinger, Elbert Klmmel, Jr., Elizabeth Kirchner, Nancy Klstner, Charles Laster, Barbara Lawrence, Betty Ann Lehncrt. Thomas Leonard, Ann Llnkogle, Naomi Lockard, , Paul Louden, James Lowe, Leonard McCormlck, Mary Kathertne McManus, Ora McRae, Hugh Major, jr., Paul Manshan, Thomas Markham, Edwin Ma- thlas, William Mayberry, Mary Mayoral, Lois Jane Means, Jeanette Meloiv, Lawrence Mllltello, Weldon Mllllgnn, Charles Moore, Mildred Mouser, Donna Ma* Mowrey, Gary Napp, Delores Neibel, Marie Nichosl, Gertrude Nixon, Fret Obermillcr, Ell Pansic, Charles C, Parmley, Gloria Sue Paynler, Frances Peck, C. William Pickett, Shirley Prather, Bar- GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING By Factory Experienced Watch Repair Men I'mmpl .uiil (,u:iruntfC(l HAND ENGRAVING ll\ S|)rri;ili{ril r'.ni;ra\«T SCHOENBORN JEWELERS ,'iiS M.ilr St. — Alton. Ill bar* Pucketl, Guy Qulncl, Rober Qutnn, Marvin Rahn, Beverly Ralne Bldln Ren, Juanlta Reed, Ronald Reid Earl Reid. George Relthman, Jon Anna Relic, Doris Jean Rich, Dorm Rlckman, Ronald Rftneh, Peggy Rober son, Clarence Robins, Ronald Sands Peggy Santa Cruz, Maynard Saxby Tames Shlber, Dale Schilling*! 1 . Paul Seehausen James Shlve, Joyc Shmm, Mary Skundrich, Marlon Smith James Smith, Dorothy Smith, Joh Smith, Lanny Smith, Norman Smith Lois Sparks, James Stanton, Rober Stegemeler, Peggy Stlckels, Donna L Stone, Darlene Stouffer, Donald Strack Barbara Ann Surgalskl, Edith Tacket William Bernard Taylor, Donna Ma Taylor, Kathryn Thnllman, Charle Townsend, Henry Ullrich, II, Qernl Veach, Delores Perdun, Donald Wallace, Wil Ham Ward, Lowell Wardlow, Dougla Warford. Mary Wathern, Kay Wedner Betty Wilton, Dixie Lee Wilson, Charle Wlmberly, Edward Wonnacott, Jane Wooff and Shirley Ann Yarborough. Veterans who will receive GED cer tlflcates are Herman Johnson. Bobb Akrs, Oscar Bergmann, George Berry Joel Blck, Harold Blaoklock, Leste Collins, Robert Leon Davis, Maynarc Dolbe, John Eberhart, Earl ForBtlnu Robert Frazier, Harry Hardln, William Hardln, Teddy Hendricks, Leroy Hll Everett Hlnton. Paul Kelly, Viola Krnlch, Norman Lewis, Joseph Metheny, Erwln Quade Ivan Rlley, Paul Roe, John Rogers Floyd Sawyer, Richard Sawyer, Jame Swanner, George Teasley, jr., Herma E. Thrasher, Robert Vleregge, Murri Whalen and Cecil Williams. St. Bernard's PTA Plans Dinner WOOD RIVER. — Thursday, a 6:30 p.m., the St. Bernard's PTA will have their annual installation dinner, with Mrs. L. H. Brown as mistress of ceremonies. Officers to be honored are Mrs Vlarcell Reynolds, president; John Sheraka, first vice-president; Mrs Flay Hewitt, second vice-president VIrs. George Meyer, recording sec refary; Mrs. Russell Oilman, fi nancial secretary, and Mrs. Ken neth Volz, treasurer. The program will include a quiz and Michael Haynes, seventh ;rade oratorical contest winner will give his winning speech, Politick for Ladles' Aid WOOD RIVER. -- A potluck luncheon at noon Thursday is scheduled for the Ladies Aid oi St. Paul's Lutheran Church. A business meeting will follow he luncheon. Hostesses are Mrs August Seegar, Mrs. Ed Laatsch sr., and Mrs. Bertha Novatney. House Dress Party WOOD RIVER. — A "house dress" party will be the feature o; he Thursday night meeting 01 Amoma Class of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Don Williams, 145 South Sixth street, will be hostess for the iroup, with Mrs, Charles Beason n charge of the program. Co-hostesses are Mrs. Fred Kil- am, Mrs. Charles Crum, and Mrs. Orville Mallory. OPTICAllY NONI FINER AT ANY PRICI 50 ATTRACTIVE FRAME STYLES for Itnses and frames EYEGLASSES ' Any power lenses (Regardless of weakness of eyes) • Whitt er Tinted • Single Vision Lenses (For near OR far) • Kryptok Bifocals (For near AND far) WHY PAY MORE? Eftflau Frctcrlptloni Filled 19.50 •7* BxamlMtlac 13.00 PRESCRIPTION GROUND SUNGLASSES $9.50 DR. JACK M ALLEN Optometrist In Charge Pbone 8-3331 310 STATE ST. WHICH OF THESE EXCITING BERRY TOURS ARE YOU GOING TO TAKE? New York •titboird Clrol* Nl»»»r» F»ll«, At- Untlo Cltr. W»>h- Infton, Dinner »l Funoui Night Club, Ticket for Br«»«. way Show, *to. D « p » r t Weekly, Ly. $152 New Orleans Gulf Coast Deep south t o n r, visit New Orleans, llilojl. Bellln»-ratb Gardeni - • • Every Night In Hotels. Special dinner part- in Roosevelt Uotol and Antolne's . • • complete sifhtseelng cruise . • • much more. Full week on (b« Gulf Coatt. Soguenay Cruise Canada'* Waterways Toronto, Montreal. Quebec, Murray Bay, etc., with tbelr Old World customs. Depart Weekly$217 Colorado Complete Circle Colorado 8 p r i o ( i, Eitee Park, Denver, Hooky Mtn. National Park, Pike'. Peak, etc. Depart Weekly. «•» rroro. Other Fun-Packed Berry Tours MEXICO— Air or rail. Weekly urei from YELLOWSTONE, $368 EASTERN CANADA, ATLANTIC SEABOARD. ifay, ........ $316 ALASKA, PACIFIC N Florida and Cuba Daj» — Dan — — All Haiti Plu» Tax FOLDEBS AVAILABLE Phone, Write or Come In ,.Hi OU ILDA DAY S E1 CH Smoky Mountains goento Wonderland Knoxvllle, Aiheville, Clingmnn't Dome. Lake Lure, Araeri- ca'» SwlUerland. Depart Weekly. 8-8 dayi from .... Calif-Paciric NW Glacier Park Grand Canyon, l>oi Angelet, San Oltgu, Cuullu* liUnd, San Kranci»co, p u t • t Sound Cruise. Seattle, Victor!*, Glacier National Park, BefUlar Departure!. $259 California Beadliner Special Grand Canyon, Los Anfeles, San DU(0. C'ataliua Island, Sao FrancUco. feather Blver Cbnyon. Yose- rult« and c «'o. De- pirt Weekly. Pays $213 ERVICE ROEDER Ave. GBANJTE CITV, IM~ iuoi* 3131 Wood River Class Officers Installed William Acker Will Head Meribelle Group WOOD RIVER. - William Ack er was Installed president of th MerHbelle Class of the Evangell cal United Brethren Church Tues day night in a formal candle-ligh ceremony. Other officers are: Mrs, Lolf Paulos, vice-president; Mrs. Ar thur Curfman, secretary, and Mrs Floyd Durbln, treasurer. Mrs. O, L. Miller, retiring pres ident, conducted the installation presented her officers with gifts and received a gift from the class The Rev. R. E. Coleman gav (he devotionnls. Annual report o committee chairmen were give preceding (he installation. Follow ing the ceremony, plans were dis cussed for Ihe July picnic. Mystery friend names for th coming year were drawn and th old ones revealed. Standing committee chairmen named by the president are: Mrs O. L, Miller, devotional and yea book; Mr. and Mrs. Miller, enter lainment; Mrs. William McGuire music and monthly cards; Mrs Cleo Hollaway, ways and means Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Durbin, dec orations; Mrs. Milo Beltz, purchas ing and kitchen; Milo Beltz, main tenance; Mrs. Lola Paulos, menu Mrs. Earl Strain, miscellaneou cards; Irving Stratton, picnic; Mrs Arthur Curfman, publicity, am Mrs. Hazel Miller, welfare. Hostesses for the social hou were Mrs. William McGuire ane Mrs. Adrian Pruett. Guests from Granite City WOOD RIVER—Mrs. John Ar bogast of Granite City spent Sun day with Mrs. Oscar -Morten, 409 East Penning avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McLester am family of Granite City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Worthen of 749 Condlt street. Attends Ball Game WOOD RIVER — The Kouples Klub, sponsored by the YMCA, attended the game at Sportsmen's Park Monday night between the Giants and the Cardinals. The club -has planned a weekend at Camp Piasa for members on June 21. The committee in charge will take reservations before June 16. Members of the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Helmkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolo, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith. Wood River Aerie Plans Installation WOOD RIVER. — The Fraternal Jrder of Eagles, Aerie 2773, and ts auxiliary will install officers ointly, Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Eagles home. Installation teams composed of iranite City Eagles and auxiliary members will be in charge of the eremony. A luncheon is to be served fol- owing the ceremony and there vill be entertainment from 5:30 o 7 p.m. with a dance at 7:30 p.m. Al Razabak's orchestra will play. A special rehearsal of all officers and officers-elect has been cheduled for Thursday at 8 p.m. Tie Granite City teams will con- uct the rehearsal. Plans for the joint installation vere completed Tuesday night at a egular meeting of the Eagles. F. j. Smith was initiated into mem- ership. This Saturday, at 10:30 a.m., the lagles will fete 30 children to seats t the VFW television • circus at Memorial Athletic field. There will be a fish fry Friday rom 6 to 8 p.m., followed by en- irtainment. Scalps or Fines Gray squirrels once were so umerous and caused so much amage in Ohio that a law was assed requiring every male citi- en to deliver 100 squirrel scalps very year, or pay a $3 cash fine, his law was passed in 1808. Kruger National Park in South Africa has an estimated 500,000 ame animals. Teachers Plan Yule Pageant At Wood River WOOD RIVER—Christmas come earlier than you think when there* a yuletide pageant to be planner That's why three teachers a East Alton-Wood River Communit High School took advantage of warm June eveninng Tuesday "t get an early start," They decided on the basic plo for next year's annual Christma production at the high school. It will be an old Christmas le gend of a ragged coat which a lift! boy loaned to the Virgin Mary I keep her warm while she was i the stable. Meeting at the home of Lockwoo Wiley, 42 Forest drive, were Mi Jones, chorus director, and Ricl ard Claridge, who will work wit Wiley as a stage director. Wood River Liom To Seat Officer Installation Set June 26 a Clifton Terrace WOOD RIVER. — Walter E Wagner will be guest speaker o June 26 when Wood River Lion hold their annual installation officers and ladies' night at 6:3 p.m. at the Clifton Terrace Hote Wagner is executive vice-pres dent of the Belleville Chamber o Commerce and a past president o the Illinois Chamber of Commerc execuJves. Plans for the event were an nounced Tuesday evening by R, H HessenfloW, chairman, during ; Lions 'meeting at the Sunshine Blu Room. On June 18, Lions will go as i group to the Browns-Boston base ball game in St. Louis. They are to meet in St. Louis at 6 p.m. for dinner. Guest speaker Tuesday was /Dr Llewellyn Heard, a specialist in catalyst research at the Standard Oil Co.'s Whiting refinery, who ;ave a <T fire magic" demonstration. Ray Jack was program chairman; Charles Clark introduc' ed the speaker, and Donald L Naef of Standard Oil was a guest Wiist Family Reunion WOOD RIVER. — Members and Wends of the Wiist family wil lave a reunion Sunday at the low er picnic grounds of Marquette State Park. A basket dinner wil be served at noon. More than half a million tons of whale meat are caught annually In the Antarctic. Parklnt In Bear «| Taeatei Continuant _^M^sw D ** r> *>p»» 1 U 11 » m rvTW^ 0 ' 44 *. • NORSIDE LAST TIMES TONIGHT Jack Carson—Jauis Paige "MR. UNIVERSE" Shown at 8:34 A LETTER TO "Three Husbands" Shown ut 7:00 10:04 THURSOAY-FRI.-SAT. CIMARRON KID TONIGHT and THURSDAY 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one ticket, get one FREE .' Two persons admitted for the price of one every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through June 26th. TONIGHT LAST TIMES Jane Ruisell — Jack Beutel "THE OUTLAW" ShQH-n at 8'JO P. M. Frances Langford—Phil Reran "I'LL REACH FOR A STAR" Shown at 700 - 10:07 F. M. Thurs., Fri.. Sat. FUNNIEST motfie chase ever?... . - _ - when »•«•• agent Hop* longlti with thai lamarr-v*lous gall , -Mir ftVOMTC SPT Shown tt 8:30 P. H. HUDIE MURPHY YVETTE DUGAY 131 UUMUlUU UIIWWM Shown ?:«• * 10:00 P. U. WOOD RIVER BOYS RECEIVE AWARDS AT ST. BERNARD'S-Seven boys received basketball awards at a dinner Thursday night at St. Bernard's School. Standing in the front row ( (I.JP r) are: joe Schneidermeyer, Richard Hewitt and Bob Faulkner; second row: Charles Van Prefer, Ceraid Silkwood, Tom Kelly and Dr. T. ]. Kelly, team physician; third row; Harold Rice, coach, and John Skun- drich, assistant coach. Jack Skundrich received an award but was unable to attend.-rSlaff photo, Norma Acklin Is First Entry For Wood River Shrine Queen WOOD RIVER—Twenty-one year old Norma Jean Acklin of Roxana has been entered as the first local contestant in the Shrine circus queen contest for Southern Illinois. The announcement was made today by Fred Busse, chairman for the queen contest sponsored here by Wood River Township Shriners. Miss Acklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Acklin, 212 Walnut street, Roxana, is being sponsored by the Roxana Woman's club with the Roxana Rotary club as cosponsor. The local contest will close on the afternoon of July 8 when Wood River Township Shriners present the circus at Memorial Athletic field of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Winners of the circus queen contest will be chosen on the basis of general admission and reserve seat sales. Local contestants will receive bonus votes for sales made until June 27. After that one vote will be given for general admission and two for reserved seats sold. Miss Acklin is employed at the Shell Oil Co. in Roxana. She is a 1949 graduate of Roxana High School where she was voted a maid in the varsity queen election during her senior year. At high school, she was a member of the student council, president of the Future Homemakers of. America club and on the staff of the school paper "Spotlight." The contestant has three brothers, Tom, Jim and Victor. She is a member of the Roxana Presbyterian Church. Southern Ililinois has been divid- ed into five districts for the con test with each district to have queen who will receive a gran prize of a trip to Mexico. Tw runner-ups in each district will receive a week's all-expense vaca tion at Garrison's ultra-modem vaction paradise on the water' edge of TVA Kentucky Lake a Paris, Tenn. In Critical Condition WOOD RIVER — Mrs. H. W Hadfield, 410 Prospect avenue, re mains In critical condition in Woo River Township Hospital, wher she was taken Thursday mornin, following a sudden illness. Rebekahs Initiate Candidate WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Edwan THEATSE TONITE - THURS. Emlyn Williams—Eve Arden Howard DaSilva "Three Husbands" 0:08 Brian Donlevy - Gi(f Young Virginia Grey "Slaughter Trail" CINECOLOR 7:4*' SELECTED SHORTS ALT-WOOD OOR THEATRE TEL. -4-11/4 OPEN 7:30 P.M. 2 SHOWS .NIGHTLY SHOW AT DUSK RAIN OR CLEAR TONIGHT-THURS.-FRI. THE STAR-STUDDED HIT SHOW OF 1952 HIT NO. 1 The Story Of A Borroived Love I "You Can Have Him Only For a Year— On a Loan" Every Woman .^tfflHto Shown - ^im. Should ^Pil At See It! ^Ki^v3kt 11:10 Hit No. 2 BOTH PICTURES FIRST RUN WOOD RIVER Due to the Length of the 1'icturen — One Complete Show Will bo Presented Nightly, BIG PICTURE WITH 15 BIG STARS! Shown ut 0:80 FREDRIC MARCH-WILLIAM POWELL PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES * FREE C1UUWEN Under 12 and C4KS FOIl KIDDIES Grabowskl, 111 North Central ave nue, Roxana, was Initiated Into the Thompson-Rebekah lodge Monday night. The ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Isabelle Oliver. The members were served refreshments fallowing the meeting. Return* from Hospital WOOD RIVER — Steven Curfman, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curfman, 449 First street, returned home Sunday from Alton Memorial Hospital, after undergoing eye surgery. 1M ~- THUK8. — FBI. — SAT. Door* Open 7:00 Snow Start* 7:30 Marie WiUon — Groucho Marx "A GIRL IN EVERY PORT' Shown at 8:35 Sally Forrest — Carleton YOUIIK "HARD, FAST & BEAUTIFUL" Shown »t 7:30 Under New Management Starlight DRIVE-IN THEATRE ROUTE 140, COLLEGE AVE. 2 SHOWS NITELV RAIN OR CLEAR OPENS at 7—STARTS at 8:50 Tonight and Thurs. J Shown at 9:20-11:45 ; ' TWO CARTOONS Kiddies I Free Play Free | Ground Train b Pony Rides OPEN 6:30 OODRIVE i »ii i i utnIIHI tin \ i titii TONITE & THURS. THE RAZOR GANG THRILLER! I GREENES t**—*j \ F'AChilM Studyo^Pure Evil" f ^k. ' -/MsV«M6tiM" Jgf Plus 8!2fi Inside Story of BLACKMAIL! PINNY IPWARDS ROSS illlOTT Shown 7:10 0:50 V F Pq A. i$^ ^ ria; i WALTER PIDGEON shown At - PM»,~ 1 SHORT THURSDAY ONLY "ML TWO FOR tMB PRICK OF OWBf BRING A FRIEND} EMLYN WILLIAMS EVE ARDEN HOWARD DaSILVA IN "A Letter to Three Husbands" CARTOON : ® Telegraph Want Ad6 Click! OPEN 12i45 DAILY •rw if^ fW wiP 'in i HI \HI\I, i \ i inn ' TODAY & THURS. TONY CURTIS JAN MONA STERLING • FREEMAN 2ND HIT Shown 1:00 3:85 6:50 »:45 -- Sfaovvn 3:25 5:30 if US Ol'EN 13*15 DAILY TODAY & THURS. 0« tbe screen for tb* tint Unit ">e Try and I DON'T HAVE TO WK$m THrFlxr,.AND NO DIRTY/ WILL TOUCH Mi "PIN DOWN GIRL" Sbouu 1:20 4:08 •2nd Hi -BOMB CABOT *UWi MCUtA ROBERTS' KNOT

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