Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Haaty Makers 4H Clttb Entertained at Meclora MEDOftA, June 5.—The/ Hasty Makers 4-11 Club met Tuesday aft- etnotm at the home of Mrs, Joe Kfrsch. Fifteen members were present, the next meeting will be June 16 nt the home of Mrs. Clinton Wedding at 1:30 p. m. Sharon Wedding gave a demonstration on "pressing a seam." Edna Straub gave a talk on "Help Fight Fire." Delores Milner talked on "Things to Know Before You Make ft Garment," and Elaine fiurke demonstrated "using a sewing machine." Mrs. Kirsch served refreshments to the club members at the close of the meeting. Attend UNA C6nvnnll»«t MEDORA.—Five members from Arbor Vifae Camp of the UNA at* tended the county convention Tuesday at Scotlvllle. Dinner was served by the women of the Christian nnd Methodist churches. Bruce Wheeler of Springfield, a former Medora High School principal, was guest speaker. Mrs. J. F. Shields served on the by- Jaws committee. Those attending from here were Mrs. L. E. Wilton, Mrs. Ida Burns, Mrs. D. A. Ploggcr. Miss Jessie Barnes and Mrs. J. F. Shields. Properly processed whale meat hard to distinguish from beef, ys the National Geographic Society. THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE WHAT ALTON SEAWALL'S LIKE — Col. F. E. Ressieu• explains the U. S. Army Engineers Corps' plans for building the upper seawall to protect the West End business district from river floods. From left to right: Ryrie Milnor, First Ndtional Bank; Harry L. Meyer; Paul E, Shorral, Alton Box Board and chairman of the GAAC national affairs committee that sponsored the conference; Col Ressieu; and Robert L. Coulding, West End jeweler.—Staff photo. NIW1952 17" SCREEN Motorola TV Biggut buy in TV! Vinest picture and famous "Golden Voice" tone, new Concentrated Power Chasiii. Exclusive «nti-reflec- tioa Glare-Guard. Instant "Target" tuning, new Acoustinator Tone Control. Area Selector Switch adjusts power to your location. Ebony plastic cabinet. MODEL 17T9I $19995 45.00 DOWN 12.50 WEEK Prln My** Mm) Into Tm w4 l-Yw Wimnty m Atl P«rH, Tub** wtrf Pi«tur« Tub* "RIVER, STAY 'WAY FROM MY DOOR" — James J. Flanagan holds a board to divert water from flowing right in his front door after a small brook became a raging torrent following a three-inch rainfall at North Adams, Mass. Neighbor Harry Jowett dimbs along a window sill to assist Flanagan. Flash floods followed four rainy days ending with a 20-hour downpour.—AP Wirephoto. , MODIL. UT» .-v. $000.00! BF Goodrich B FGoodrich FIRST RUBBER 436-40 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 37754 Rev. Fox of Medora Given Farewell Party MEDORA — Members of the Piasa Methodist Church gave Rev. and Mrs. Fox a farewell party here at the parsonage Tuesday evening. A parting gift was ,presented to the minister, arid his wife from the Piasa Sunday school and WSCS. Mrs. Melvin Stone made the presentation and Mrs. Fox responded. The evening was spent socially after which refreshments were served. ' Peppy Pals Meet MEDORA — The fourth meeting of the Peppy Pals 4-H club of Bethel was held Tuesday evening at the home of Myrtle Lee Johnson. The meeting was called to order by the president, Sylvia Carroll... •¥• •*„ > The next meeting of the club will be June 17 at 8 p. m. at the ,'home of Ruth Ryan. Fourteen members and their leader, Verne Searls, attended. The hostess served refreshments. Attended Board Meeting: MEDORA — Mrs. E. T. Rhodes, who is a member of the temporary board for the Woman's Auxiliary of the Carlinville Area Hospital attended a meeting of the board and officers at Carlinville Tuesday evening. By-laws were drafted and a staff of officers nominated for the new executive board, which will be presented at the general meeting Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock (DST). The meeting will be at the Methodist Church in Carlinville. Anyone interested in the hospital is invited to attend the meeting. A tour of the new hospital will be made after the meeting. For several years after 1756, the use of coffee was prohibited in Sweden and coffee bootlegging was common. SKIP-DENT For a well groomed appearance and cool summer comfort. Also in solid colors of tan, blue and grey. Sizes 14 to 17, sleeve lengths 32 to 34. Sanforized. They make a wonderful Fathers' Day gift. Use Our Convenient Lay-Away or Charge Plan . , , Mensweur, Main Floor Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD-Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kallal have returned from a visit with their son, Robert Kallal and family, at Wilmington, Del. Lowell Lee Getz has returned from the University of Illinois. He will spend the summer at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car] Getz. Mrs. Frank Sawtell accompanied her daughter, Mrs. William Jones and daughter, Becky, to their home in High Ridge, Mo., Wednesday, for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Brandt returned to their home in Beatrice. Neb., Sunday following several days visit in Carlinville with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brueggman and family and with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Dams, Chesterfield. Yemen in the southern part of the Arabian peninsula is believed to have been the home of the queen of Sheba. Bible School to Open at Medora MEDORA — The dally vacation Bible School at the Baptist Church will begin Monday and continue through June 20. Sessions will be held from 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Monday through Friday of each week. AH children from beginners age through the intermediate are invited to attend. Mrs. Charles Strunk will be su porintendent of the school and Miss Virginia Chism, secretary and pianist. Teachers and helpers se cured so far for the various classes are: beginners, Mrs. Robert Cooper, Mrs. Waller Mercer and Mrs. Ronald Moore; juniors, Mrs, E. T. Hunt and Mrs. E. L. Kahl, handwork and intermediates, Mrs. Charles Strunk, teacher, •» Attend IIIA Meeting MEDORA - Mrs. Dale Smith and Mrs, Ed Tensor attended the Health Improvement Association meet at Carllnvlllc, Monday evening, where they received information pertaining to the Blue Cross hospitallzation. Anyone interested in the Blue Cross, may secure this on their application between June 2 and June 14. A. E. Frueh, Mrs. Tonsor or Mrs. Smith will help with your enrollment or you can go directly to the HIA office in the Farm Bureau building at 120 North Broad, Carlinvllle. To Collect Paper MEDORA — The Boy Scouts will have their monthly paper pickup here Saturday morning. The Scouts will appreciate you having your paper tied in bundles and placed on the front porch or curb, so they may be easily picked up. Pvt. Muff Honored * MEDORA—Pvt. Gene Huff, who is home on furlough from Camp Roberts, Calif., was honored Sunday evening at an ice cream supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huff. 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