Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 30
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNB j, Prcrac Planned Otttlng Kernel a pieni Alteffl all gr* and I* stalk show gfa* CiOf {the jfTirore •AmeiHci Will hart tk Sf*tftg,Patk Ift ,Thfii plcnle IS far rs SM all eighth ifltla of tM Re* Coll ;the FHA had their in "e*ifem&ny Hnd style irls^ • of the eighth jg class v^ere guests _ officers installed by lldeftt Mils Willene e! Jo Buck, president \ W& president: Raye .™jn, secretary; Shlriey treasurer; Joan Walker Chilean; WHlefle Coll „„ Jill tltatfartn, historians, InH- Belts, song leader, and "•' t> Jorden, parlittnen- nomlnatlhg cortihilttee 8 of Joann SWalbw, t'uth McReynolds, Ina The style shoVf wdsfgiveti by the freshmen glrll Who tirtttaeled clothing they made, during theirfirst year homfeeotfiiftmlc's.c&urse. Mary Ellen Jowon-'was master of .ceremonies, ' Mothers'oFlhe fremmen t &fft; were*'also '.fcuests,, ,, • * ThoSi ,6n the cprtnilttetf to plan 'the style shovf wertf.Jpinn Schnell, Janice Reeves ahd Raye Ellen Jaeki6n.'>tfane Frey and-Shirley Frtier c'bfnfosed the refreshment committee'.- > ' • -•' * . I^il«n Axillary , ' ROXANA -T The American Le- glon will* meet at 7:30 p. m. today 5n the council room of the Community building'. The Installation of officers has been postponed until the next meeting. ROXAffAeMiSS Brenda Shields of Greenfield Was overnight guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sullivan and children, Gary arid Karen, of Central avenue. Sandra Kay and Bob Radmacher, children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radmacher of West lydeman avenue, are out of town visiting relatives. Sandra is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mis. J. Montgomery at Lincoln, and Bob is the guest of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brandt, In Enden, HI, . ' Mr. ahd Mrs. Don Luketich and son, Greg, of Greenfield spent the past few days with Luketich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luketich of East Fifth street Russia Gaining? WASHINGTON, June 5-ff—A member of the Congressional atomic energy committee said today It is possible Russia may outdistance the United States in the race for hydrogen bomb supremacy. In a speech prepared for the House Rep. Henry M. Jackson CD- Wash) said Russia is making a •'truly all-out atomic effort" while the United States has adopted "a half-way program.",, East Alton Woman*s Club Program Outlined for EAST ALfON-Mrs. Hale Jon« was testiss to the executive fatal*! mfcfflbet* of the East Alton Woman's Club at tfte Poitlewait Hostess Mouse, Tuesday evening Mf& P. Edward foAA, fires!' dent of the club, announced that program dates were set and Host* ess chairmen were placed. Work on the budget for 1952-63 started at this meeting. The first meeting in the fall will be Sept, 9, with Mrs. Melvin Farmer, chairman; Sept. 23, Mrs. Dee JoneS, chairman, American citizenship; Oct. 7, Mrs. Clarence Quillen, chairman, radio, motion pictures and television; Oct. 22, Style show- with Mrs. Emll Wickenhauser as chairman; Oct. 28. Miss Adele McDonald, chairman, international relations; Nov. 11, the East Alton club members will be guests of the Roxana Woman's Club lor "Good Neighbor Night." Nov. 25, Mrs. Wilfred Brandt, chairman, legislatloh, members of" the East Alton Junior Woman's Club will be guests; Dec. 9, rfrs. Ross Bloomquist, chairman, 'ine arts, also annual Christmas party; Jan. 13, Mrs. J. W. Kelly, hairman, public and mental health; Jan. 27, white . elephant uction and potlyck supper, Mrs. >aul Wilson, supper chairman, VTrs. Sadabel Weir, Mrs. Harold Chamberlain and Mrs. William Linkogle, auction committee, Feb. 10, Mrs: Thad Fife, chairman, civil defense; Feb. 24, Miss Sugenia Day, chairman, educa- ion and'aid'-for exceptional Children, faculty members of the Cast AltOn schools will be guests; tfarch 10, husband's , night and totliick supper, Mrs. Lowell Ful- terson, supper'chairman, Mrs. Clarence Brazier, chairman of he card party to follow. March 24 will be the annual msiness < meeting of the club; kpril 14, Mrs. Joseph M. Glassey, hairmant security and 'econom- cs; April 28, the East Alton club members will be guests of the Vood River Senior Woman's Club or the spring musical; May 12, Mrs. H. A. Mittleman,. chairman, :terature; and May 26 will be he annual banquet With Mrs. D. A. Alderson as chairman. Visiting Parent* EAST ALTON — Mrs. Mack Owaltney and son, Malone. Dyers* burg, Tenn., is visiting at Ine home of her parents, Mr. and Mrr. L, E. Murphy, Alby street, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are for* mer residents of East Alton. They with another daughter, Miss Kar< en Lynn Murphy, spent the *fe» mortal Day weekend with their son-in-law and daughter tn Dyers* burg. Mrs. Gwallney and Son re* turned to Alton with* her family. Roxana Girl Seottt Troop Enjoys Outing ROXANA — Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 14 held their final meeting of the year Tuesday and hiked to the South Roxana Dads' Club park for a barbecue. Girls attending were Judy and Joan True, Barbara Allen, Jessie Grant, Marian Rushing, Susan Isted, Linda Salsman, Jeanne Workman, Rosalie Pearson and Judy Neal. Adults accompanying the girls were-Mrs. Wllbert True, Mrs. W. Snyder and Mrs. Ray Salsman. Girl Scout Council to Meet ROXANA — The Roxana Area Girl Scout Council will meet at 7 p. m. today at the Little House to complete business for this year. Servicemen Transferred ROXANA — Seaman Apprentice Floyd Drennan, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.'L. Drennan of Doerr avenue, who recently returned to the 3reat Lakes. All three boys are ter after a 14-day leave, has completed nine weeks of basic train- ng and left today for Cambridge., Md., where he will attend school. Other local boys who entered ;he navy at the same time as Drennan and who were, stationed at Great Lakes are Glen Brown- ng, husband of Mrs. Shirley Ex- Ion Browning orf Madison street, and Donald Schmittling, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Schmittling of Elm street. Browning will go to Key West, Fla., for submarine training and Schmittling -will remain -at Great Lakes, All ttire boys are graduates of the Roxana High School. Lightning Hits Belgrade BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, June 5 —/P— Lightning set fire yesterday to Belgrade's central lelephone exchange and temporarily isolated the capital. . **NDf)fc ^ I'TlTimn MACARONI "°*f DELICIOUS 331 Olin Employes Receive 8ttper»X Club Session At» tended by 364 EASt ALTON— The largest group ever to be hwtored by oiin tn« dustrfes, Inc.'s long service Super. X eltih met Wednesday night at Franklin Masonic temple. A total of 384 persons were fit*. sent, including 381 who received awards In recognition of their continuous service at the fiasf Alton arms artd ammii'.IHon, metals, and explosives divisions of 6lin Industries, Inc. R. R.» Casteel,'' Olln secretary and director made the award presentations and gave the principal Address of the evening. V. ft. Ur- terbrfftk, superintendent of utilities find maintenance. WH'S master of ceremonies. A. R. Krinard, As slstant division superintendent of mill products manufacturing, and president of the company's Quarter Century club, delivered the welcome address. Three hundred and five new members, those employes ... Completing 10 years of continuous service, were admitted to the Super-X club. Longest-service employes honored were R. M. Smith and George Boedecker, both receiving 35 year pins. Boedecker started his continuous service In 1917 in the cap department. Today, he is superintendent of that department. Boedecker resides at 417 E. Airline drive, East Alton. Smith. 514 Bowman, East Alton, was born in Decatur, and started with the company in 1916. When he retired in 1948, Smith was general foreman pt the powder mill. In addition to the big 10-year group, 23, persons received 15-year awards, .and 11 received 25-year recognition. Ten men were awarded 30-year pins. They were: AlvSn Cannedy, East Alton; William Gruner, East Alton; John Jones, 218 Hamilton street, Alton; Fred Lauchner, East Alton; Adolph Mueggenburg, 709 Easton street, Alton; Ruby Robin- Wood River Visit! ftwpital WOOD HtVUft - two Illinois hospital officials visiting Wood River Towishlp Hospital Wed* nesday "seenied vety irnprnsfctJ". a hospital spokesman reported today, They were James R. Gersonde, executive director of the Illinois Hospital Association, and George K. Hendrix, chief of the bureau of hospitals for the Sfate of Illinois department of public health. Both men were speakers Wednesday afternoon at • District 9 meeting of the Illinois Hospital Association at Alton Memorial Hospital. They,, toured Wood River Township Hospital follow* Ing the meeting. The local hospital spokesman said the inert expressed an understanding that the hospital needs to expand, after going over statistics. "They hadn't realized the volume we did", he said. the vlsltbts were surprised to find that there are no private- rooms at the hospital and discussed the unsatisfactory opera* tlonal phase of having beds in halls. South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — Mrs. Lydia Kincade and daughter, Susan, Mrs. Alice Holliday and daughter, Linda, Mrs. Agnes Holliday and children, Mary Ann and Paul, and Mrs. John Kleeman and nieces, Judy Kay Willis and Linda Grace Willis, spenf Wednesday in St. Louis at Forest Park Zoo and Highlands. ^ son, 1420 E. Fourth street, Alton: George Smith, 1510 Main street, Alton; Wallace Wright, East Alton: Jess Jones, Carterville; and Ray Hock, Energy, 111. Officers of the Super-X club are: A. R. Krinard, president; James Brenner, first vice-president; V. TI. Unterbrink, second vice president; and Arthur Schwartzbeck, secretary-treasurer. Bunker Hill High Honor Students BUNKER ftiLk-frM henor roll tot the lasY semester of school at Bunker Milt Mgft school was annbunced today* Students on the roll were: Freshmen, Levlda Allen, Carol Fensterman, Marilyn Reusing, Janice Pennifigton, Janet Brunt' mer, Gladys Smith, Gerry Aciln- cius, Judy Brawn, Lucerne Rahl, and Doris Tunley. Sophomores, Rbfiert Bort, Louise Helmkamp, Billy Oldenettel, Darlene Williamson, Vivlari Krummelbein, Sandra Teakert, Judy Herd, Wilbur Marth, Jo Anne Partridge, John Burkhardt, Shirley Spindle, and Jerry Weldner. Juniors, Everet Lehman, Marvine Weidner, William Bunte, Ernest Allen, Peggiann Noel, and Carolyn Pine. 'Seniors, Bonnie Bort, Loma Marth, Melba Partridge, Eleanor Noble, Gerald Sanner, Mary Lou Hartley, Raymond Davis, and Bertha Howald. Students with perfect attendance for the last semester were Carol Fenstermtfh, James Noble, Robert Bort, Jane Mullink, Darlene Williamson, Melvin Lawrence, Vernon Moulton , Alice Mulllnk, Bonnie Bort, Vernon Lawrence, and Loma Marth. 63 At Bible School BUNKER HILL — Fifty-three pupils are enrolled at the vacation Bible School at the Lutheran Church. Teachers are: Beginners, Mrs. William Fredrickson, and Louise Helmkamp; primaries, Marvine Weidner and Doris Bruckert; juniors, Mrs, Ed Bruckert and Bernice Komnlck, and seniors, the Rev. Hans Bruss. The closing program will be Friday, June 13 at 8 p. m. Announce Marriage BUNKER HILL - Gilbert Landreth is announcing the marriage of his daughter, Lois Marie, to STRAWBERRIES ARE HERE! Put up JAM and JELLY with CERTO pectin today! Qo«s farther! You can make two batches from one bottle 1 Easier! No dissolving because Certo is a liquid Qajuiaj fruit pectin product! More ml, frnMrutt fU»»r with Certol Frcshtrl Every bottle coded to assure freshness 1 HOMEMADE JAMS AND JELLIES- Taste tract... Cost l«ss/ Shelby Harold BrownflRld. The marriage took place at the University Baptist Church In Cham- pldgn, April 27. Mrs. Brownfied attended school In Bunker Hill and is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mfs* Oscar Landreth. Reception BUNKER MILL - A mother- daughter reception sponsored by the Befaehah Guild Of the Berean Baptist Church wai held at the church Tuesday evening. Mrs. Monti, Decatur, was the guest speaker. Musical numbers given were a duet by Mrs. Howard Hammontree and her Daughter, Mrs. Glenn Scrogglns, arid a trio composed Of Janet Brummer, Marilyn Snedeker, and Judy Brown. Refreshments were served to the 76 present. Memorial Service BUUNKER HILL— A memorial service was held for Mrs. Hannah Lee at the Eastern Star meeting Tuesday evening. Attend UNA Meeting BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Fred Harper, Mrs. Fred Moulton, Mrs. Mae Hill, Mrs. Eva Wilson, and Miss Loretta Bartels attended the Royal Neighbors county convention at Scottville Tuesday morning and afternoon. Miss Bartels was elected county chancellor. Congregational. Women Meet BUNKER HILL— Mrs. Kenneth Oldenettel and Mrs. H. J. Wise were hostesses lo the Ladies Social Aid of the Congregational Church Wednesday afternoon at the church. A food sale was planned for June 28. Spanish Cumpulsory MANILA, June 5 ~-/P- President Elpidio Qulrino today signed a bill rtftklng Spanish a compulsory course in all higher Philippines schools. Students already studying other foreign languages are exempt. 2 at West Junior Get Legion Awards Susan Ehleft ind Robert Dendy were presented American Legion awards at West Junior promotion exercises Wednesday flight at West Junior as 1791 students were pro. moted to Alton High, Andrew J. Osborne made the presentation of the, awards. Susan is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charlel Ehlert, 1224 Henry street, and Robert is the son of Mrs. Gertrude Dendy, 307 Bluff street. The promotion exercises opened with the prelude "Sunnyland Overture" and the processional, "Pomp And Chivalry" followed by Invoca- tlon offered by Rev. R. E, Stephenson, First Christian Church minister. Following the pledge of allc- giance to the flag, the West Junior mixed chorus sang "The Halls of Ivy" and "I Whistle A Happy Tune." A cornet trio, including Harold Chappell, Larry-Eberlin, and Marion McAdams, played "The Three Pucks," Gladys Butler was accompanist. Supt. J- -B. Johnson welcomed guests and the mixed chorus sang "Over The Rainbow" and "May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You" before Osborne presented the American Legion awards. Dr. Charles Hemphill, member of the Alton school board, presented diplomas and the program ended with benediction by the Rev. Stephenson and the recessional, "Legionnaires on Parade." mhlaHSypETAOI SH ETA RD Roads may -be built to Costa Rica's newly-found sulphur deposits in Volcan Poas. TT JUST RECEIVED Plastic Drapes Regular $1.00 Value! Your Choice •WINE •GREEN •YELLOW •BLUE • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••II .Golden Ripe BANANAS FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT HI-COLOR 'immmmmmmmmm RIPE, PLUMP, TASTY GOOD AND FIRM SLICING TOMATOES THE SWEETEST! Sweet Healthful APPLE CIDER FLORIDA'S FINEST VALENCIA ORANGES 25% MORE JUICE Drink a Glassful Every Day •••••••••• CALIFORNIA NEW RED STRAWBERRIES AT VERY LOW PRICES POTATOES 10 Florida Tender Stringless GR. BEANS 2 •• 29° CARROTS GREEN CUCUMBERS •••••••••••••••••••B 2 »• 1913-14' Florida Sweet GR. PEPPERS I NEW, TEXAS SWEET and JUICY ASPARAGUS TIPS Florida Pascal 15 Nici Sill Illicit CELERY 2 4* f* i La,,, Stalk, "29 C !2'"19' BEETS AND FRESH TURNIPS 9 Bunch ••••••••••••••••i ••••••••••••••a y; i

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