Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 19
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THURSDAY, JUNE S, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH U& A ^faUk £^U^M|^^^£|tta^^|^Ul „ Upper Alton Council Meet* Alton Council of GAAC met at the fire house hall Wednesday night with 21 members attending. Walter SchmoUler presld- ed In the absence of Carrel Peters, chairman. An advisory committee of three was formed to meet weekly and investigate various problems before they come before council officers. The committee members have not been named. Schmoeller read a report on the recent Memorial Day parade and George Lammers said the retail development committee report for fall promotional activity was not yet ready. ft was decided that Ihe July meeting will be held aboard the boat of William Stork. At that time A proposed picnic for members and their employes will be discussed. Following the meeting a film showing the Illinois State Fair was exhibited. Nominating Committee Named Altar Society of St. Matthew's Catholic Church appointed a nominating committee at their regular meeting Wednesday night at Ihe school hall. Those named were Mrs. Joe Vollmer, Mrs, Paul Pod- horn and Mrs. Ed Kinney. They will select nominees for society officers to be elected in August. After the meeting a social hour was held. The attendance gift was won by Mrs. Paul Taul. Hostesses for the July meeting are Mrs. Charles Hopper, Mrs. Pat Connor, Mrs. Taul, Mrs. J. Teeney, and Mrs. Jessie Davis. To Hold Bible Parade Brown Street Baptist Church will have a parade Saturday, June 7, starting at the church at 10 a. m, and marching through sections of Milton and nearby areas. The event Is held in connection with the opening of vacation Bible school, Monday. The parade will be made up of children and adults, carrying floats and banners, some riding decorated bicycles, trucks, automobiles and wagons. The school will run until June 20. Those In charge and the various school departments follow: Mrs, John Browning, general superintendent; Miss Alma Mason, secretary-treasurer; and Miss A. G. Annette, pianist; cradle roll department; Mrs. Glen Browning, superintendent; teachers, Miss Marjory Haley and Miss Betty Faulkner; beginners, Mrs. Russell Faulkner, superintendent; teachers, Mrs. Homer Heble, Mrs. John Unterbrink, Miss Mary Wiseman, Miss Carolyn Miller and Mrs. H. Funkhouser; primary', Mrs. William Plummer, superintendent; teachers, Mre. Gordon Tallyn, Mrs. Lynn Cbchran, Mr*. W. R. JDunna- way, Mrs. Joe Gordon and Miss Barbara Chappell; junior, Mrs. Harry Gustine, superintendent; teachers, Mrs. Obett Warren, Mrs. E. Farrls, Mrs. Qenevieve Cope, John Unterbrlnk, Mrs. Robert Temple and Miss Jerri Rubree; intermediates, Mrs. Ralph Scheffel in charge. Rlgg* Returns from Vacation Mr. and Mrs. William Riggs of 2224 Mills avenue relumed Wednesday from a one-week vacation trip to Knoxvtlle, Iowa where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Towner. Mrs. Towner is the sister of Rlggs. While in Iowa the vacationers were a few miles away when a tornado struck and did damage to farms in a considerable area. The couple did not take their four-month old son, Bruce! with them. The child stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duelm of 2804 Grandvlew avenue. Parsonage Paint-Up The parsonage of Messiah Lutheran Church at 341* Lincoln avenue will be painted Saturday If enough volunteers showed up. The day has been set aside as "Work Day at the Parsonage". Volunteers are expected to show up In numbers sufficient to paint the outside of the house in one day. In other events at the church the vacation Bible class will begin Monday and continue for two weeks everyday from 9 to 12 except Saturday. The departments will range from kindergarten class to the eighth grade. Johnsons Return , Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson of 1721 Rodgers avenue, recently returned from a trip through the East during which they visited friends in Cleveland, Ohio. They took side trips to Buffalo, N. Y., and visited Niagara Falls, both the American and Canadian sides, returning home through Indianapolis, Ind., where they stopped off to watch some of the time trials for the Memorial Day auto race. The Johnsons said the trip was pleasant except through parts of Ohio where they had difficulty getting potatoes with their meals. G M & O Official Here Blscoe Seals, personnel manager of G M & O Railroad, is on an inspection visit of railroad property in Alton. He arrived at the College avenue station Wednesday morning. Mrs. Moore Home Soon Mrs. Charles Moore, wife of the commandant of Western Military Academy, is expected home soon after entering Alton Memorial Hospital early this week for a general once T)M 4*? wt>*n «MI]M In •to air look tuti and whan the futurt Itielf MfumM lh« thapt of bafipineta . . . th* day •he geti her Cardinal Bonded Diamond Ring. And you'll know thai (hit it the perfect diamond ... its beauty and matchlei* brillianct guaranteed by the bond that comet with • Cardinal Bonded Diamond Rint. CONVENIENT TERMS bonded diamond rings J W ForVROMVrV2^^^ ;: Watch and jewelry to BRANDENBERGER'S First Class f !; Repair Department. BHANDENBERGER'S JEWELER 215 NASA STREET Dr. C. FRANCIS SWAIN — OPTOMETRIST — • EYES EXAMINED • GLASSES FITTED Appointment! Daily Except Monday. Evening Appointment! FtrApptlntmitiOilltrVlilt BRANDENBERQER'5 211 NASA ST. 0ul 2-3621 £">* check-up. Mrs. Moore undtwtreirt the thorough examination prior to teaving for a month's tour of Eu* rope next month with her husband and several cadets. fintott Hospital Mrs, Thomas May of 614 Spring avenue, a practical nurse, entered St. Anthony's Infirmary today for treatment of blood-clotting condition m her leg. She is expected to remain in the hospital several days. Circle His Picnic Quilting Circle of WSCS of Main Street Methodist Church held the annual picnic yesterday at the Westerner club grounds. Nineteen members and three visitors attended. A potluck luncheon was served and a business meeting was held in the afternoon. Miss foster To Graduate Miss Ruth Foster, daughter of the Rev, and Mrs. Homer Foster of 3813 Washington avenue, will be graduated from firadley University at Peoria next Monday. Her parents will attend the ceremony. Miss Foster will teach in the AUon public school system next fall. ' Bible class Starts The daily vacation Bible class of the Free Methodist Church is scheduled to start next Monday and continue for two weeks. Miss Vera Kitzmiller, who will be in charge of the program, said the school will open at' 9 a. m." each day and close at noon. The regular Sunday school bus will be used to provide transportation for pupils to and from the classes, 4 H Club Meet* The Alton Thrifty Sues 4-H club met Saturday at the home of Mrs. Robert O'Connor 3612 Westerner avenue to discuss a barbecue and picnic to be held June 11. The 14 members attending also discussed plans for future swimming parties at the YWCA. Leaders Mrs. O'Connor and Mrs. George Loveless gave short talks on sewing and cooking. The picnic will be held in the pack yard of Mrs. O'Connor's home. Visits Aunt and Other Relative* Gary Thomas, son of Mr. an\l Mrs. J. E. Thomas of Monette, Ark., is visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Pauline Hogan of 1709 Clawson avenue and other relatives. Thomas is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, and will enter 'his senior y?ar in tn*e fall. He recently was elected president of the Sigma Pi fraternity at the college. Rev. Schock Here The Rev. L. H. Schock and daughter, Miss Susan, of Jackson, Minn., are here attending to business relative to settlement of the estate of the Rev. Schock's wife, Mrs. Stella Beardslee Schock, who died a month ago after a long illness. Mrs. Schock inherited from her father, R. L. Beardslee, former AUon merchant, the old Beardslee store building on College avenue now occupied by the Russell shoe store, and it was necessary for the Schocks to transact the business relative to the property in the Madison county probate court. Miss Esther Beck of St. Louis, a friend of Miss Schock, is remaining with them during their stay. They will visit Rev. Schock's niece, Mrs. P. S. Cousley, at 1821 Seminary street, this evening, but are staying at the Mineral Springs hotel. Rev. Schock is a retired Presbyterian minister. Miss Schock has been serving with the home missions board of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., but took leave of absence this year to spend her time at home caring for her parents. Meeting Place Changed Wesley Service Guild Senior of the -Main Street Methodist Church will meet, Tuesday, June 10, at 907 Vista avenue with Mrs.. Maude Griffin and Miss Alice Skaggs as hostesses. The meeting was scheduled to be held at the home of Mrs. Edna Houston but was changed because of illness in the family. Return From Conference Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henderson of 2624 Krum street and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Axley of 3402 Gillham avenue returned recently from the National Bible conference of Grace Gospel Fellowship held at Grand Rapids, Mich. The highlights of the conference will be reported by Henderson Friday evening, June 6, at the Berean Bible Fellowship, 924 Main street. A spokesman for the group said the public is invited. Ladies Aid Meets Salem Presbyterian Ladies Aid will meet at the church, June 11, for an all-day quilting and sewing session. Hostesses will be Mrs. Harold Bockstruck, Mrs. Bert Branham, . Mrs. George Maneke and Mrs. Clarence Gerdt. Reports Bicycle Stolen Donald Gubser of 2911 Edwards street reported to police yesterday that his bicycle was stolen, Tuesday, near Shurtleff college. Injured In Accident Howard V, Kleber of 2819 Viewland avenue was injured yesterday in an automobile accident at Viewland and Brookside avenues. He was taken to St. Joseph's hospital for emergency treatment and then removed to Wood River hospital. Alton police became aware of the accident while investigating damage done to a back yard at Main and HHlcrest avenues by an automobile. An embulance sped by on its way to the accident scene and police followed. The automobile which crashed the back yard sped on after the mishap. Police said several witnesses identified the machine as gray. Horace) Mann AwWds A program commemorating the leaving of Horace Mann school by 78 sixth grade pupils was held Wednesday at 11 a. m. and was highlighted by presentation of awards and a luncheon. Safety awards and certificates wer« presented by James Casper, principal, to the following patrol boys: Stanley Earth, Jere Braden, Richard Burgoyne, Albert Brown, Alfred Brown, Marvin Cook«, Richard Carlton, Rogers Carrollton OES Initiates Class CARROLLTON-MIss Betty Ann Siebermanfl, John Voiles and Jde Davidson were received Into membership in the local chapter of the Order of Eastern Star at initiation ceremonies Tuesday evening In the Masonic hall. Following the ceremonial refreshment* were served in the Temple dining room With Mrs. Ella Lee as chairman of the hostess committee. Cli»M Opens Monday CARROLLTON - The extension class for Carrollton teachers will open Monday at* a. m. In the Carrollton High School building, The class will be taught by William B, Masters of the University of till- nolt. Title of the course is "Con servation of Natural Resources." Scholarship Examination CARROLLTON — The examina tlon for scholarship at the Unlver- Farley, Richard Helens, Francis Hogan, Mike McOwan, Edward Middleton, Marlon Springer, Jim Bean, Robert Brown and Stephen Childers. The program Included a flute solo by Crystal Luly, class histories given by Gary Galllher and Marvin Cooke, piano solo by Sharon Lewis, class wills read by Addle Ilch and Jim Bean, poem read by James Statler, prophecies by Richard Buchanan and Patricia Forester, baton twirling by Sue McBrien and Harriette Renken and a Hawilan guitar solo by Richard Burgoyne. Presentation of gifts to members of the faculty were made by Jultanne Ward and Jane Lusk. Perfect attendance certificates were presented by Aaron Peterson, a faculty member, to Ruth Wllderman, Raymond Schaffcrt, Albert Brown, Crystal Luly, Norman HowelJ, Deborah Streeper and Robert Witt. A number of parents attended, which also included assembly of the fifth grade pupils. A luncheon was served following the ceremony to sixth graders and their teachers by room mothers Mrs. Walter Earth, Mrs. Bruce Lusk, Mrs. Henry McAdams and Mrs. Walter Renken. Osbornes Leave For Louisiana Mr. and Mrs. Jim Osborne of 2717 Viewland avenue will leave Saturday for a brief vacation in Monroe, La., where they will visit Mrs. Osborne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Eldridge. Osborne is owner of the Milton barber shop. sit)' of Illinois will be held Saturday, in the office of 6, W, Lowe, county superintendent of schools. The examination will start at 9 a. iti. Before every holiday, British Broadcasting Co. will televise a road-safety program. 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