Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 6, 1952
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tffl •^v ' '»" CllitiNWR* Jersey Eagles Auxiliary Name Officers for Year •* TH» Eagles Auxiliary of this city named e«i- «evi Tiieiday evening for the en- iirtng SHIUV imy are? Mrs, Truman Brooks miiJwft president? Mrs. Charles M6fttte» jtmter past madam president} Mr*. Clarence Maun, vice- ldMit! Mfs, Joe fiallard, chap- Mw. Ray Duttn. tn> stce for years; Mcs. EMo JWaun, trusted fot'Hvd years} Mrs. Margaret «ftd«6fl, trustee tot one .yea Mr* Hugh Roberts, secretary •Mrt, Atihw tsrlnghausen, treas- u*er! Mft> George Brooks, ma- dfthl tsenduetress: Mrs. Charles fUohs,. Inside, guard! Mrs. Clifford Afcxftrtder, Outside guard; and Mrt, Paul Barnes, musician. •Mrs, Baflardr Mrs. tWgan and Mi's, Hatm were not present for th* meeting TuiSday evening and ym fce Installed in their official Capacities later. < During the" evening Mrs. Marie Fuchs served as installing president and Mrs. Clifford Alexander bat the installing conductress. Mrs. Paul. Barnes sang, "Always." •The Past Madam President pin was presented to Mrs. Menzie by Mrs. George Brooks. , Out <K town guests present were Mrs," Itoseila Dillow arid Mrs. Violet firths o! Alton* Hostesses <or thfe evening .Were Mrs. Lela Geisler, Mrs. Mary Zimmerman, Mrs. Maude Arnold and Mrs. Foster and daughter, Helen. Macoupin Pair Observe Date CAfcLINVILLE!. — Mr. and Mrs. Melvln E. Brown will celebrate their, 45th wedding - anniversary Sunday at the home of their son, Melvin O. Brown, 10 miles southeast of CarlinviUe." Althtough their wedding occurred on June 5, 1907, the celebration was "set for Sunday. : Forty-five years ago Melvin E. Brown and Beatrice L." Woods were married and started housekeeping fat their present residence in West- ?ern Mound township. Their chil- jdren will join them in celebrating -the event. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. 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Miss MeCaherty is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James MeCaherty of Farmersvllie, and is a granddaughter of Mrs. Anna Dabbs of this city. She is a graduate of Jerseyville grade School and was in her junior year at the .lertey. ville Community High School when the family moved to Farmerivllle. In September Miss : MeCaherty will enter the school of nursing at St. John's Hospital, Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dabbs, Mrs. Anna Dabbs and Mrs. Dorohy Chappell attended the commencement program. OES Chapter in Meet at Jersey Stations Filled By Guest Officers JERSEYVILLE, June 6.-The Eastern Stars marked associate matron and associate patron's night at their meeting Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple at which time Mr. and Mrs. Max Downey, associate patron and associate matron of the .chapter; served as worthy patron and worthy matron. About 165 were in attendance. Other stations were filled by juest officers as follows: Lillian 3right, Bethalto, associate matron; Elmer Bright, associate patron; Roberta Lester, New Hope chapter, Granite City, secretary; Lau- ralu Purcell, Granite City chapter, treasurer; Virginia Powel, Medora, conductress; Sylvia Mae Schallenbejg, Grafton, associate conductress; Fern Richardson, Wood River, chaplain; Stella Dawson, Belleville, marshal; Vivian Shearburn, Walton chapter, Alton, organist; Pearl Schoeck, St. Jacobs, Adah; Irene Jockish, Brighton, Ruth; Katheryn Mogue, Alton chapter, Esther; Delia Allen, Elizabeth chapter, Kane, Martha; Nona Kock, Mascoutah, Electa; Agnes Thompson, Robb Morris chapter, East St. Louis, warder; Pete Stajcoff, Granite Ofty chapter, sentinel; Juanita Plate, Queen City chapter, East St. Louis, soloist; Roy Schallenberg, Grafton. color bearer. They were all presented gifts. Two grand lecturers, Elfreda Barr, New Hope, Granite City, and Delia Anderson, Robb Morris, East St. Louis ,and the grand representative of Idaho, Edna Brockmeyer, were present. ,» Mrs. Herbert Naylor was In charge of a short program following the meeting. Fan-shaped programs were used and the refreshment tables were decorated with carnations and pink and gray candles. Jerseyan Gets PharmacyDegree At St. Lous V. JERSEYVILLE, June 6.—Ivan Heiderseheid of this city received a bachelor of science degree today at the graduation evercises of St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences; He expects to take the examination before, the Missouri state board of pharmacy in Kansas City June ,.23-24, and the Illinois state board examina- tion'in Chicago, July 1-2-3. Heiderseheid has been employed in the Kirby drug store here since his graduation from high school. He will now devote full time to his duties here. Heiderseheid is the son of Mrs. Essie Heiderseheid. He is married and he and Mrs. Heid- erseheid have a daughter, Janice. Graduate at ISNl JfiRSEYVlLLE - Miss Barbara Garber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Garber of this city will graduate from the Illinois State formal University at Normal, 111., Saturday and will receive a bachelor Of science [degree. She has [been majoring in [education and so- ;dal science and Is a member of the the PI Gam- Ima Mu, and National Honorary Social Science [Society , Miss Garber is vice president of he French Club at the University his year and is active in campus ctivities. She was an hdnor gradate of the Jersey Township High chbol and received an associate of arts degree from Blackburn College In CarlinviUe, 111., before ntering 1SNU. At Blackburn she vas a faculty assistant to the ipanish and French instructor. Mrs, William Garber and daugh- er, t Sharon, will go to Normal to ttend the commencement ceremonies and will be accompanied home by Miss* Barbara Garber who will spend the summer here. Hep brother,-Richard, who has ust completed his second year at SNU in Normal, arrived Friday o remain through 'the summer vith his parents. Health Group Organizes JERSEYVILLE — > The Jersey County Health Improvement As- ociation has completed its organ- zation. The following have been named as officials for the ensuing year: Louis Lock, president; Mrs. 3ennis East, vice president and Mrs. Howard Parker, secretary- reasurer. VliU'oupin Fair Board in Meet SALE WINDOW FANS 20" ADJUSTABLE $59.95 Valui $4Q9* Riducid t9 *I9 $49,95 Valui SOQ.95 Riducid tl WIT FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Dial 3-5944 - After S P. M., 4 5551 VENETIAN BLINDS : Repaired Repainted Buy Your New VENETIAN BUNDS Direct From The;: MinyfiCtMrer and Sav*. VENETIAN HINDS AND FURNITURE €0. Veaettia 8iin4 Mw of Alton" ALTON jtmt t, Department Heads Named For Exposition CARLINVILLE. — A meeting of he Macoupin county fair board member* was held Tuesday evening at .th> fail- grounds near Car- inville. Superintendents o£ the fol- owlng departments' were announced by Paul Rosentreter, president: Agricultural products, Stanley flaus, Carlinville, and William LJoyd, Girard; floriculture, -Mrs. Aileen McLain Gatertn.ann, Gifard; domestice'arts, Mrs.' Elmer Pock- iington, Nilwood; dairy, apiary and culinary, Mrs. Lloyd McElhiney, Carlinville, and Mrs. John L. Chapman, Modesto; hobby show, F. N. Burkdoll, Carlinville and Mrs. Harry Daley, Gillespie Superintendents of livestock departments were previously an nounced. It is planned to have radio station WSMI broadcast from the jfairgi-ounds during the fair centennial, which will be July 30, 31, and Aug. 1, 2. Announced Bill Kuntzman, jr., will interview 4-H boys and girls and others. It was voted by. the board members to hire the Carlinville and Benld bands for two performances during the early evening hours of Thursday and Friday of the fair. This Will be free entertainment for the public. Wherever you go this summer, he smartest fashion is the coatdress! Buttoned on a slant, and curved to the most flattering lines, make this one now! Wonderful In tripes . . . it's quick, easy sewing. Mandarin collar, short or three- quarter sleeves. Perfect traveler Pattern R4688: Misses' sizes 12 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 4 yards 35-inch fabric. This •pattern easy to use, sim ple to sew, is.tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 35 cents In coins for thta pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of AHon Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 248 West nth St., New York 11, N.*. Print plainly NAMB, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. Plan Conference At Carlinville Carrollton Pastor to Be Daily Speaker CARROLLTON, June €.—Rev Rev. Elmer L. Setterlund of the Presbyterian church will be the daily convocation speaker at the senior high conference which is to be held at Blackburn College Carlinville, June 23-30. The convocation will be held In the college chapej, The Rev. Set terlund will also serve as a lead er at the boy's dormit6ry, mem bcr of the banquet committee, am chairman of the fellowship com rnitte. Mrs. Setlevlund will serve as dean of women, discussion group leader, fellowship leader, and in other capacities. Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Jerseyville, will be dean of the conference. Denmark has found new drug broduct markets in the United States and Canada. Side-Line Fashion Vote on Greene Community Unit Set Saturday CARROLLTON — The proposa :o form a community unit schoo district in the southwest part 01 Greene county will be voted on Saturday. Polling places will be at the Hodges building in Carroll ton, Eldred school building, Hope well school building, Roblej school, Pacific Union school Woody school, North Lincoln school, Brush college school, an' Union school. , Polls will open at moon and clos >7 p.m. There are 29 former school dis tricts and 22 districts involved ii the election. The existing districts Involve! are: Carrollton, 56; Eldred 82 Robley 85; Columbiana 99; Hay press 86; Keach 87; Pacific Union 83; Woody 79; Forest Oak 78 Sunrise Si; Pleasant Dale 76 Pleasant Grove 75; Mt. Gilead 53 West Lincoln 109; South Lincol 60; North Lij^oln 77; Brush Col lege 54; White Oak 24; Woodburj 52; Ml:. Hope 26; Diamond 31 and Dover 32. "Miracle" Ban Stand* Australia's Film Censorshl Board is sticking by Its' guns i. banning "The Miracle," Sydney re ports. It has denied an appea against barring the film which th Italian, Roberto Rosselini, pro duced before he married Ingrl Bergman. The board described th film as 'sacrilegious, blasphemou and offensive to people of a' religions." The historic British firm of Mar coni has the contract to set up Co lombia's TV service, which wi! have an eventual potential audi ence of 10,000,000. ANNUAL PICNIC Given By St. Peter's Lutheran Church PRAIRIETOWN, -ILI* Sunday, Jun* 8 Afternoon unit E»«nln» Softball O«rat »i *:3« Old time Bin* Mull* U F, Pllllppt, Dlr»«lor RttrdhmenU — "••• ^"^ Amu>*m«n(t Httl T*«r Frl.D*. »( Tbll Picnic. TAKE ALONG A CLEAN WARDROBE You'll pack a suitcase of clothe* "just like new" when your ward' robe is cleaned by just-Rite. Our expert staff and modern facilitici guarantee even your oldest gar* ments a sparkling fresh appear- anci, JUST-RITE CLEANERS if Stay S fight with 601 W. St. Loui* Ave,, in tile wwe buUlMof witfe <*Uon Venetian Blind Co. p w«t Delivery Service ffir«r fffft/ti Alton Lake i Events And Roctmin' the Piasa Country ~Wtth HAROLD BRAND Camping Trip I am cured, never again," said Dr. J. L. McBrien, dentist, after he eturned in two days from a planed four-day camping trip. "I have ompleted my annual outdoor over, ight trip and I am going to dispose of my entire camping equipment as quickly as possible. Dr McBrien and Ms son Bob, 8, Villiam Kodros, businessman, and his son, Billy, 11, and George M. Berry, attorney, went camping be- ide a lake near Pere Marquette park, last week. Little Bob caught a large gar *nd was as pleased as if he had anded a ten-pound bass. He got mad because his dad wouldn't let him keep the gar. The group used minnows for bait ind caught many fish including at-fish, goggle eye, bass, crappte tnd bluegill. They ate some of the ish and also brought others home with them, Campflre Cooking Dr. McBrien said that "there is no place like home" — especially he conveniences. He said that vhen they prepared food, the cof- ee was barely warm, the fish vould stick to the pan and the po- atoes were greasy. They fried lork chops, wieners and bacon all at the same time in their one and mly sfiillet. Berry took a large amount ot bedclothes along and slept outside. The others slept inside a tent. McBrien said that he wants to know why a slough is called a lake n this area. Successful Fishing Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pohlman and Mel Olsen fished in the big slough across from the Grafton ferry, lasi Sunday, where they,- caught 62 iluegill and three bass. A 4 J ,i- pound bass was caught on a plug jy Pohlman. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Henesy : ishing nearby also caught 35 blue- Sill. Pohlman Alton - Wood River Sportsmen's club president, said that fishing is unusually good .this year in lakes, backwaters and sloughs. He said that record nurn Ders and sizes of fish are being caught. The Sportsmen's club has gained 352 members since Jan. 1, making a total membership of more than than ; 2100. The club is now the largest of its kind in the state, said Pohlman. \ The club lake, near Northside, I virtually covered with floating moss which is a nuisance for fish ing. A group of member* will us wire nets floated on tincans to re move the moss during the nex week. Pleasant HUI Fishing Mr. and Mrs. C. Thornton fishec near Pleasant Hill, last Sunday They landed 60 crappie. Realty Sales By Hemphill Agency Last week's real estate sales reported by Harry r. Hemphill agency: Mr. and Mrs. Turner B. Callender of 4 Queen street have pur- hased the house at 129 East Elm treet from Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sheary. Mrf..tfora E. Wetzel of Edwards- ile has purchased the house 4t 704 Irfatn street from Marie C. Campbell and Joseph L, camp' bell. Mrs. Marie Campbell purchased he new house at 204 Sering street, built by Dale Wlckenhauser. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hueb- ned have sold their house at 3538 Berkeley avenue to Mr. and Mrs. Yank Poindexter of 324 Bluff street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hermes of Humboldt, Tenn,, have sold the house at 217 West Elm street to Vemon E. Dehner. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. B Rich have purchased the house located on Imvood lane in Landfalr acres, formerly owned by Mr. ant Mrs. Kenneth Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Hicks lave, purchased the house at 810 Richmond street from Mrs. Irene Thompson and Mrs. Zera Dooley Mr. and Mrs. Nate W. Hopper of South Roxana have purchasec the house at 101 West Seconc street, Hartford, formerly ojvned jy Mr. and Mrs. Edward Raymer Mr. and Mrs. Shirley E. Craw ford have purchased the house a 1314 Garden street from Mr, an< Mrs. John C. Leach of Bell, Calif. When a farmer dashed acros the border into West Berlin bringing his cow with him, unde a hail of bullets, he explained tha he fled when police forbade him to graze his cow in his East Berlin (Russian Zone) field. Read Telegraph Want Ads Sale of Water Bonds Approved At Carrollton CARROLLTON, June 6.-The city council passed an ordinance Ttle> day evening authorizing the sale of $20,000 in water revenue bonds, proceeds to be used for improv- ng the springs from which the Carrollton water supply is Obtained. The bonds will be sold to Municipal Bond Corp. of Alton and are to be retired by revenue from the water department, ; The council will advertise for bids for the work at the springs. The work will Include Installing a new pump In the pump house, Installation of a new suction line from the spring to the pumphouse, rerooflng of the spring house, repair of the walls, and Installation of a new chlorination plant. »w ^ ri<w ^Jll^L4S t lS Mhen no\v Wfti 13 eownflwet aevtrted to propterty speftditig the yearly i«. come from the property J, Bernard Shaw left the tom Three casks of wine have been laid down, In the BttrossM Valley, Australia's leading w!ne4naklnB area, forflae af,the centt'ntfy, in 2001, of Australian federation. ROSEWOOD Ttleption* 4• H«rd*if§ ;f ';•*. • Humblnf Supplies C Sanders for Rent Hours Daily! § AJW. t» « F.M, Sunday. S A*M, t* N«on America's Grttlttt Ontltal "• YOUR SIGHT IS PREC^US-WE TREAT IT THAT Vffrl CompliU ^F^fif^^ ...NiMhti •GLASSES Tl-^^FxCUilrV flUHIS Eye- Examination ?3.00 ... . Alton's Newest, Largest Opiieal Office! at piggy-bank prices Sizes 3-6x SALI $1.29 shorts . . 89* $1.69 slacks rf 1.29 $1.29 midriff . ... Sizes7-14 $1.95 shorts . «" . 1.39 $1.95 blouse - v". 1.39 $1.39 midriff .... 1.00 $1.95 pedal pushen 1.39 $1.29 roller hat. . 19* Special purchase! San* forized® denim in shrimp, lime, faded-blue ... plus gingham plaid. - 117 West Third St. STORE HOURS: Friday 9 to 9 P.M. Other Dayi » to 5 P.M. FATHER'S PAY 3.95 SPORTS SHIRT tlX lUXUHt MI»IC$-rarely xco in ihiro under 15.00. You'll «ee co«Uy imported fabric*, pui-of-tbe- ordinary color ,combip»ti<Mw, new «yta fmrurtd in LIFE maguine. Ail with Pood'* wpernne tailoring * genuine OCAMI pearl button*-»»nd mericuloiu detailing. All terrific buy* it 13.95. S, M, t, Xi. 117 Wtit Third It* , * Fri4»y 9 to 8 f M UUwr 0l}f 11» I *M>

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