Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 8
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pC»*? "• ' • ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH IJU0AY, ••^••^^•^•^••^^^H Lt^Lto^^Jft^M JiTaAxJ ppoiniea m flvfcit; m surnrnw w«$ ati by tfre Wood River M. Cit» pit? ids to Open Hit*16 at Wood River will be Mis the West Hall ... games ,._....j(f for the lui *««» *aM«»-*.v **«... elude AfCnfiryi SOL...,— lie city park; Miss badminton, croquet, and ladder* have (seen installed at the Fourteenth street playground aftd arrangements ate beirr -""•" frjf th* installation ot a ----tower, basketball backstop and Ball diamond. Group games and handicraft ~ " [founds in- horseshoes, uuuiiiiiiiuui , < -j"i"-->i i »jf Jj ' molding, weaving and braWtag. Board members meeting Thurs- rteemn sireei pi«yjsiuu,,u « day night Were Earl Hooper, „. UI , water plant: and Miss Letha ehairman, gudy Struhark, Charles nimanteler. Memorial Athletl -*' *" ««»»-»* 1! '*«''*" Wiflls courts. , .,., Mlss-Elli*, Mi» Juneau and Miss #«mahtolei' are. coiieg* students ..,,afld Miss Herring and Miss Hal ,,ai-e high school aenldra. . The supervisors will have a week, of preHmlwary schooHitg at ''^^MOTll^ sfmerick, playtffound ,„ Lwewi avenue play ,und«; Miss Patricia Juneau tirteenth street playground \\ children ot the area are Into participate in the city's und program. Those who regularly will be feted by playground board to an out- picnic at the close of the >]«gs, Jungle bars, trapeze bars SHMTORNW COMBINATION SCREEN'STORM DOOR A screen door and a storm . door all in one! Just raise ' lower glass for ventilation. Call for FraaDwMMlratiM I Please send me more in| formation on RUSCO • windows and doors. Name Address. • City State ,.' Venetian Blinds • Repaired • Repainted Bur Your New VENETIAN. BLINDS Direct From the! Manufacturer and SAVE!: W« Give EAGLE STAMPS RUSSELL Vtnttian Blinds & Furn, Co. The Original Venetian Blind Man of Alton till Milton Rd. Dial 3-5644 Open Friday 'Til 9 P.M. WOOD RIVER— The final spring meeting of the Community Stamp Club will be held Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the Alton YWCA. Officers for the coming year will be elected. Carl Kayser, vice )restdent, will conduct the meet- ng. Herb Poitz of Alton will discuss ;he Columbian issue. Anyone in- .erested in stamps is invited to at- end. Family Picnic for Mixers WOOD RIVER.— A family picnic s scheduled for Monday night at o'clock by the Mixers Class of : the First Methodist Church. It will be at Westerner Club grounds with the following in charge: Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Mrs. James F. Towey, Mrs. Verlin Baumgarth, and Mrs. Ralph Van Home. «d 1 JfiMtdio. Ick also attended. Final Stamp Club Meeting Monday WOOD RiVfitt - High school freshmen and their parents will receive orientation and have Individual conferences with toMe* fdom teachers at East Alton-Wosd ftivef Community High School next week, Monday through Friday. Appointments are being Kt- tanged Individually with postal cards by Miss Velora fiuscher, dean of girls, and H. H. Smith, assistant principal, who are In charge of the program. Several phases of high school ife will be considered at the meetings, including a review of the freshman program and work- ng out a tentative four-year school program for each student. The freshmen and their parents ivill be given orientation materials and a chance to become acquainted with the school building and homeroom teachers. Other subjects to be discussed are college requirements, elective subjects, hlgli school majors and minors, extra-curricular activities, ocker rentals, books and supplies and physical education equipment. Teachers participating in the or- entatlon are Robert Cervak, Miss ferna Hartman, Howard Getting, tfiss Mary Margaret Quinn and Burt Rotnem. Bible School to Open at Roxana ROXANA—The daily vacation Bible school of the First Presby- erian Church will begin Monday in he Edison School and will convene from 9:30 to 11:30 a, m. Monday-through Friday until June 20. Provisions have been made to each children from 4 to 15 years of age. All children in the village are welcome to attend. The Rev. 3. E. DeLong, pastor of the church, will have an installation service 'or teachers Sunday in connection with the morning worship service. Mrs. Russell Carnahan is super- ntendent of the school with Mrs. Neal "Groves as assistant. Teachers are Mrs. Orville Kerr, Mrs. H. E. Rutherford and Mrs. DeLong, pre- kindergarten group; Mrs. W/ C. Lowery and Mrs. Charles Palek, dndergarten; Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. Herschel Nelson, first grade; Mrs. Ralph Clark and 1 Mrs. John Warner, second grade; Mrs. S. H. McGill, Mrs. Keith McFarland and Mrs. S. W. Frey, third grade. Mrs. J. G. Cuddy, Mrs. Fay Nessl, Mrs. Oscar Kleinert and Mrs. Arthur Mikkelson sr., Juniors; Mrs. Lewis P. Wilson and Mrs. John Chandler, intermediates. Mrs. Omar Phelps is in change of music. ' ,. Fellowship Meeting ROXANA—The June meeting of the Mississippi Valley Fellowship will be held Saturday at the local Baptist Church. The Rev. Paul Smith of the Jennings road Baptist Church in Jennings, Mo., will speak at 3:30 p. m. A fellowship supper will be served at 5:30 p. m. and the evening service will feature the King's Crusaders of Moody Bible Institute. The public is invited to attend. IMAGINE! With the purchase of i gallon or mon of EAGLE-PICKER Pre-harmonized Interior Flat or Semi-Gloss Paint EVERS PAINT & W&UPAPER STORE 1112 Milton Road ' Dial 2-7289 this certilitate SAVE $1.48 . . . tn|<y III* c«nv«nl«nc* •( wadtn; r«ll»r pointing. Whil« lupply loili, (illy SOc oith gallon purchoie «f fagli.Pichtr frt-harm«nli«d Inttiior Flat ot itmi-Glsit faint I* ladoy'i mail vonltd co/0'«. Hut or I Thii o"»f il |9«4 '*' t limited tifflt inlyl Nan*. (Ud.,11. Plan €vnferenee for Freshmen at Wood River High Alton State Hospital Veterans Entertained ROXANA — The Veterans of Toreign Wars Auxiliaries from Staunton and Dupo entertained the .50 disabled veterans at the Alton State Hospital Thursday. A baked ham dinner was served with home made cake and pie for dessert. The vets also received reats of cigarets and candy. Games were played prior to the dinner. The' Wood River Auxiliary will entertain the veterans June 14 arid present them with Fathers' Day gifts. Xazarene Bible School ROXANA — The Church of the Nazarene Bible School is in progress with 80 children enrolled. The sessions will continue next week, Monday through Friday rom 9 to 11:45 a.m. Any child, not enrolled in another Bible school, is welcome to attend. Appointed Delegate ROXANA — Mrs. Joseph Gill of West Tydeman avenue, was appointed a delegate to the department encampment in Peoria June 20, 21 'and 22 by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Alton Unit. She was also appointed by the president, Mrs. Hattie Frey, to be legislative and Americanism chairman for the Alton Auxiliary. She is currently department hospital chairman, Alton State, Ladies Auxiliary of VFW. Plan Fish Fry ROXANA -i The Rotary Club met Wednesday evening at the Little House and made plans for the Rotary benefit fish fry June 27. Tickets are available from any Rotarian and the proceeds will go to aid in the youth program; Mrs. M. Hannan Rites Held at Carrollton CARROLLTON. — Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Hannan were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Simpson funeral home. The rites were conducted by the Rev. Ollie Phillips and burial was in the Belltown cemetery. Singers for the service were Mrs. Hazel Tucker and Miss Mary Sue Thiebaud, with Mrs. Cleatus Reynolds as accompanist. Pallbearers were Deon Pinker ton, Glenn Pinkerton, Carl Bain, William Burton, Troy McVey, and Royal Hillis. Australia faces a woman shortage. One n Three More Area Girls Enter . Shrine Circus Queen Contest WOOD RIVER - Three mere Ideal girls have been entered as contestants .in the Shrine circus queen contest for Southern Illinois, it was announced today by Fred Busse, chairman of the contest for Wood River Township Shriners. They are Miss Leta Fife, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Fife, 181 St. Louis avenue, East Alton; Miss Marilyn Doty, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Doty, 455 Tlpton avenue, Wood River; and Miss Joan Ford, 16, daughter of Mrs. Verda? Ford, 332 West Drive, East Alton. Miss Fife is being sponsored by American Legion Post 204; Miss Doty by Labor Local 338; and Miss Ford by the Albrecht Chevrolet, Inc. 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. The winner will be chosen on the basis of ticket sales. corps, been a Miss Fife who graduated Thurs- from East Alton-Wood River Community High School is majorette for the Legions junior girls' drum and bugle She has member of the corps for five years, playing almost every instrument. Miss Fife is president of Wing Scout troop 9 of East Alton; was active in Stage and Stammer dramatic society and a representative for the Red Cross at high school. She plans to pursue a modeling career. Miss Fife has two brothers and two sisters, John, 22; Barbara, -9; Mary Jo, 12; and Billy, 9. Miss Doty also graduated Thursday from East Alton-Wood River Community High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, the National Thespians, vice president of Stage and Stammer, on- the. student council for two years ana a.member of the Pep club. Miss Doty was a member of the high school band for four years, playing the. clarinet and being a drum majorette for three years. She is a member of the Order of Rainbow for girls, Alton chapter, assembly 8 and served three years on the Jiveland iTeen club board. She is employed in the offices of Stix, Baer & Fuller in St. Louis. Miss Ford, an honor student, will be a senior at high school next year. She has served on the student council and is a member of the tumbling club, Big Sisters, Stage and Stammer, National Thespians and was secretary of the Future Homemakers of America. Miss. Ford has been custodian and librarian of the high school band for two years and was a member of the Legion's girls drum and bugle corps for three years. Miss Ford has been honored by the Fraternal Order of Eagles of Wood River; was recipient last year of the East Alton Woman's club scholarship to the Egyptian Music camp, and is being sponsored this year at Girls State by the East Alton Legion Auxiliary. She has earned two scholarships from the Ludwig College of Music in St. Louis and is a member of the college's woodwind quintet. She now carries a Telegraph paper route arid plans to enter nurse's training following graduation. GOING TO THE MUNY OPERA? Ride the Brown Motor Lines Special Buses Lv. Alton - 7:15 P. M. Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. Of Each Week Beginning Wednesday, June llth Make reservations now for Opera and Bus Tickets. Call 2-7221 8:00 A. M. < 4:00 P. M. Brown Motor Lines Depot FRONT STREET, ALTON, ILL. • • SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES MAXIMUM PROTECTION AT MINIMUM QOST First National Bank & TRUST CO, in Won Capital and Surp/us $1,500,000 Third * Bell* Stmta f Alton, Illinois MCM9|!8 FKOSBAt PSPOS4T INIURANCf COBPOBATION 181 Enrolled at Wood River ME WOOD RIVER. — One hundred eighty-one children have-been enrolled at the First Methodist Church summer Bible school by the end of the first week. Rev. R. L. Lippman is dean of the school, with Mrs. Merle Manley, superintendent and Mrs. Dale Fink, assistant. -• Other teachers and helpers are: Mrs. John Elliott, Mrs. Leroy Dalhaus, Mrs. Harold F. Laycock, and Mrs. Verlin Baumgarth in the beginner's class; Mrs. Francis fler- ren Mrs. Harold WeSt, Mrs. Harold Helvle and Mrs. Charles Locke, kindergarten teachers; Mrs. Hugh Worthen,' Miss Marjorie Crewell, Mrs. Harry Marks, Mrs. Hobart Turly, and Mrs. Odle Nickols, primary department and Miss Charity Archibald and Mrs. Andrew Baker, intermediates group. Mrs. Harry Hanson and Mrs. Clifford Arbuthnot ar.e in charge of music. There will be'an open house June 12 for parents and friends from 9 to 11:20 a. m. at the church, and the school will close with a picnic June 13. Entertain* Guests WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Rosa Elder, 738 East Ferguson avenue, has had as guests, her son, Tom, from Mexico City, and her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Cearles, of Crown Point, Ind. Elder stopped for a visit while en route to Cleveland and will return later in the week for a few days. Mrs. Series is the former Lila Elder. Mrs. Elder's grandson, Joe Chaffee and family of Woodbury, Conn., are visiting his sister, Mrs. Leonard McGowen of North Ninth street. Here From Atlanta WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. West and son, Don, of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting with friends and relatives in Wood River. They plan to leave over the weekend for Arkansas City, Kan., to visit Mrs. West's mother and sister. Attend Alton Meeting WOOD RIVER — Thirteen past presidents of the American Legion Auxiliary of Post 204 attended the supper meeting Wednesday night with the Alton unit as hostess. Those attending were Mrs. William Peek, current president; Mrs. Fenton Soliday, Mrs. Don Waggoner, Mrs. Russell Gibson, Mrs. William Wolf, Mrs. Paul Schleeper, Mrs. Russell Durham, Mrs. Peter Nader, Mrs. Cecil Dahncke, Mrs. Fred Penning, Mrs. Ed Brave, Mrs. Harry Fredeking and Mrs. Ross Davidson. London's Scotland Yard received a record number of emergency telephone calls in 1951—102,271, ranging from murder to cats trapped in trees—from which it made a record number of arrests, 19,869. East Alton Feted at 1800 Attend Wood River High Supper 'Graduation Program Thursday New Methodist Pastor and Family Guests EAST ALTON, - Pictures of Alaska, shown by M>, Ind Mrs. Charles Gibson, Wood River, more than compe«8»t6d for the warm, hutnld weflthcr ot ThBrsOTy"-€^s* fit as far a«,the mefnb*rs of .the Pound Table Class of the Flrtt Methodist Church were concerned, fiie motion pictures were taken by Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, while he was serving there after being recalled to service. the class met In the church dining room for a covered dish dinner, with 41 persons present. Special guests at the dinner and meeting which followed were the new pastor and his family, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Simpson and three children, wHo arrived in East Alton yesterday. A brief business session was conducted by Mrs. C. M. Brown, president. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maneke, jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson. East Alton Notes EAST ALTON. - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright and family, Rosewood Heights, will leave Saturday morning for North Chicago, where they will be guests for the weekend of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.- Fred L. Miller. Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wright attended the associate matron and patron party of the Order of Eastern Star at Brighton. Mrs. Wright served in the station of warder during the rituals. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Easter, Paducah, Ky., are visiting with Mrs. Easter's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don'Ballentine, 114 North Drive. Mrs. Easter is the former Miss Hilda Ballentine and was employed for several years at the Shell Oil Co. Edwardsville Women Hear Mrs. Schlafly Mrs. Phyllis Stewart Schlafly, Republican nominee for Congress from the 24th District, addressed the American Association of University Women in Edwardsville, Thursday, on "Moral Illiteracy," following dinner at the Gun Club. She said in part: "Moral Illiteracy is still increasing in our country. Mrs. Merl Young, a White House secretary, saw nothing wrong in accepting a mink coat from a man who knew she had influence with the RFC. And for a aouble standard with a cruel twist, consider: In 1948, an internal revenue commissioner ruled that 5400,000 given to the Democratic Party by mil; lionaries Marshall Field and R. J. Reynolds was deductible on their income tax returns. This week, that very same commissioner ruled that the widows and. children of Shell Oil employes killed last fall must pay income tax on death benefits given them by the company. We must stamp out moral illiteracy if we are to retain the moral leadership of the world." To Fete Husbands East Alton Exchangette Club Plans Final Summer Party EAST ALTON. — Final plans for the summer party of the Exchang- ette Club were made at the dinner meeting of the group Thursday evening. Mrs. J. P. Rapp, president, conducted the business session. The summer party will be staged June 26 at the George Fischer home in Alton and members of the Exchange Club, will be the guests. Sixteen members and two guests were present at the meeting which will be the last regular meeting until the first Thursday in September. Canasta was enjoyed with prizes awarded to Mrs. Truman Vroman, Mrs. J. W. Kelly, Mrs. Rapp, Mrs. Fischer, and Mrs, F. M. Sanders. Dinner tables were decorated with cut flowers and hostesses were Mrs, L. D. Archer and Mrs. Holland Hessenflow. • WO Visiting Here EAST ALTON. — Warrant Officer Gilbert Fifjeld, who, with his family, were former East Alton residents, has been visiting friends here this week. He returned three months ago from a three-year tour of duty in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. Fifield are the parents of four children, the youngest having been born while the family was residing in Brazil. Mrs. Fifield and children are temporarily residing with his parents at Mechanics Falls, Me., while Fifield is attending M school of finance at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. He expects to be stationed at Baltimore, Md., in July. Conducts Funeral EAST ALTON. — The Rev. William F. Bonn, pastor Of the First Baptist Church, conducted the funeral Wednesday at 2 p.m. of Mrs. Jane Wilkinson, Troy, 111., who died Monday. Mrs. Wilkinson would have been 96 years of age ifl July, She was a member of the Troy Baptist Church, which was one of the first pastorates of the Rev. Bohn. . IS T e\v Church Group EAST ALTON. — A newly-organized body of church people, known as the Full Gospel Service, with the Latter Rain message, are holding services each Sunday at the Machinist Center, 161 North Shamrock street. The Rev. William Flack, Wood River, who is a graduate of the Southwestern Bible Institute at Waxahachie, Tex., is the minister. The group, which is affiliated with the Pentecostal body of churches, has Sunday school services each Sunday at 10 a.m., worship service at 11 a.m., and the evening service at 7:30 p.m. WOOD RIVER - Student.) planned commencement exercises were attended by 1800 parents, relatives and friend* ot graduating seniors at East Alt^WsoJ River Community Hlgn School, tlwwday night. • , the 182 graduates passed and fieeelved their diplomas from Or, Pi M. teevir, president 61 the District 144 Board of education. Hugh Major, a graduate, was leader fotu a responsive presentation, "Faith of Our Fathers," pre« pared by the graduates under the supervision''of Richard Clarldge, speech and dramatics instructor. Other parts, were taken by Charles Blocklock, James Dam- mahn, George DeLong. Evelyn Ford, Ginger Hargis, Norma Johnson, Barbara Kelly, Hugh Major Jane Means; Robert Quinrr and Maynard Saxby. The presentation was concluded with the singing of "Faith of Our Fathers" by the high ochool choir from the,Memorial Gynasium balcony. , Thomas Leonard, senior class through the General Education* Development examinations. Junior class marshals,. M WhlM caps and gowns eteorted . fltijien« lera and seterttefis wete played by the high school band directed by Chester L. Hughes. -...,-,.. The commencement was held one day earlier than th« date quoted on the Invitation* Weaust Memorial Athletic gfcwndsftf* being used tonight for the VFW television circus. -'•,•!-Principal A> Edson smith explained today that it is the school'i * policy to cooperate with the community on such events. Heads Student Council WOOD RIVER — Charles Jenka, son of Mrs. L. W. Sherer, 502 Whitelaw avenue, has been elected president^ the student council for the coming year, at Wl§- consin State College, Eau Claire, Wis. Jenks served as chairman of the entertainment committee for th« junior prom and is a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, a social fraternity. president, presented the senior gift to the school. It is a stainless steel bulletin board for the main corridor. Daily and weekly school events will be posted on the board. Thirty-three veterans' and industrial workers were presented equivalency certificates granted 4 Treated for Injuries At Wood River Hospital WOOD RIVER — Home and work accidents sent four persons to Wood River Township Hospital Thursday where they were given emergency treatment and released. Five-yea?-old Ross Hungerford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hungerford, 332 East Penning avenue, Wood'River, was treated at 6 p.m. for a large bump on the head, received when he pulled a telephone on his head. Sandra Hardin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hardin, 833 Pine street, East Alton, cut her right cheek when she fell on a drinking glass.. She was treated at 4:35 p.m. Anthony Greco, 27, an 1 employe of the J & J Construction Co. who lives at 469 Evans avenue, Wood River, received r. possible fracture of the left foot in a fall. Mrs. Ann Totora, 128 South Main street, Wood River, cut her right thumb when she caught it in an electric fan. She was treated at 8:50 p.m. ; To Attend Rotary Meet WOOD RIVER. — Howard petting, manager-of the Wood River swimming pool for seven years, will attend the CollinSville Rotary Club meeting June 16, for a general discussion ' of the swimming pool that is being -planned in Collinsville. Designs Hat to go with Sun Glasses TILLY DACHE, America 1 ! JL-rf foremost hit designer, ww »o excited about the new femi* nine Ray-Ban «un glass for tht 1952 season that ihe'i designed » special summer .hat especially for it. You can try on the smart new Ray-Ban glasses by Bausch & Lomb, featured in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, at 623 C.BROADWAY. ALTO* IWSUUNNI Thli product hoi no connection wti«t«v«r with Tht Amtrlcon Notlonol ltd Cion Amtrin's vmcha!!en9«d $(191 vulu* $9* 5 to$12 95 Invitation III We can't send each and every one of you an engraved invitation to come down and visit us, but we want you to attend our Grand Opening just the same, Saturday, June 7th and Sunday, June 8th From 10 A. 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