Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 6, 1952
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."•>!. Stf ," f •> * 1 * 4 ' LVfi ALTON fiVENINO tfiLEORAPH FRIDAY, ffAHaiis Meeting ^y^^ held at the School gym. Mwwfcy evening at eight ?*», Jfi* #*«««* "as been by . *J!to8tM<MW». president of the Pf A, and discussion <rf the programs Avfll take Pastor Itore •*M < tavt * ***» . i, JERsEYyttLt! — Rev. f, W. e boglris his third year of the First Methodist here this \veek. following t reassignment last week by the Illinois Methodist eon- f oy Mascot! TeachNextterm In Warrembtirg Rev. Schwarzlose Is current* Serving fts president of the Jer- vllJe Ministerial Alliance. Me hai been active in civic affairs his residence here. Ill of Encephalitis \ JERSEYVILLE — Norman Le%- £6tt, 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Leggett, Is a patient It St. Anthony's Infirmary in Alton suffering from an illness that has been diagnosed as encephalitis. The child was a first grade pupil at the local grade school the past semester and, became ill of a severe headache Thursday night. When other symptoms developed, 'ne was removed to St. Joseph's Hospital In Alton where tests de' te>mined the ^nature of ;his .illness. >fte was removed to the Isolation Department at St. Anthony's tot .'further treatment. , / Graduate* In Nursing : , • 'JfERSEYVltLE; - Miss Ruth , Landon Cox, daughter, of Mrs. Ray Searls, was a member of the graduating class of Julia P." Burnham School. of Nursing in Champaign. She will complete her course of nursing in September. Miss Cox Is a graduate of the Jersey Township High School. Mrs. Searls was guest of her daughter at a -mother's luncheon in Champaign Saturday and was joined fliere by Mr. SearlsrMr. and Mrs. Vern Searls, and Miss Ritalee Mullican bfPryor, Okla., who was a guest of Jersey^ county relatives, who attended the graduation program. JERSEYVILLE-Miss Mary fay- lof, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. ft. E. Taylor, was graduated from Mill!kin University In Decatur, Monday, receiving a degree in music education. , ' She Is a member of £l Beta Phi, national social sorority where she held the office of secretary and vice president. She was also a member of Sigma Alpha lota, national music fraternity of which she was president; Women's Athletic Association; Pi Mu Theta. national honorary fraternity; school year book and school newspaper staff member; vice president of the Newman Club and was recently selected as "Miss Decatur of 1952." Miss Taylor has accepted a position as music instructor in the high and grade school in Warrensburg. Graduate* from Trade School JERSEYV1LLE—Ray Sweetmnn graduated this week from the David Rankln School of Mechanical Trades in St. Louis. Sweetman attended night classes at the school where he took a special course in refrigeration work. Kane Telegraph Want-Ads "Click" HOW JBP CANUCK ttt dtflhf, TRANSIENT kind! Oily* Tabtott, 1, 30* * •*!. DR.EDWARDS'rftUf. KANE.—Sunday .school at the Methodist Church will be at 9:15 a. m. The Rev. Carl Peterson will speak at 10:15 and the MYF will meet at 6:30 p. m. At 7 p. m. the pastor will speak on "Go Forward" after which he wilMnstall WSCS officers. Vacation Bible school will start Monday and ' run through June 23. ,, At the Church of Christ, Bible reading will begin at 10 a. m. W. E. Berry will be the leader. Sunday school nt the Baptist Church will be at 9:15 a. m. with worship at 10:15, with the Rev. A. L. Shewmaker speaking. BYF will meet at 6 p. m. and the family gosnel hour will be at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Ella Golden, Riverside, Calif., arrived Thursday for an extended-visit with her sister, Mrs. Charles Tompkins. Tom Arras Is confined to his home suffering from chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crawford, Lockport, came Wednesday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crawford. Caroline Cope, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Cope, entered BALLET TO ENACT FOLK-SONG at Monticello College choir's concert in Benjamin Godfrey Memorial tonight at 8:30, Feature of first event of a gala commencement weekend will be the ballad Lolly<too-dum sung by the choir and pantomined by Jeart Williamson, Peoria- Nancy, Bellas Montclair, N. Y.; Arendia Hollebeck, Royal Cak, Mich.; and Martha Ann Boyle, 1149 Brown street. The public is invited. Photo by Joseph A. Russo. Alton Memorial Hospital Wednesday for surgery. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott have returned from a week's stay in the Ozarksl The Bible school at the Baptist Church opened this week with an enrollment of 110. Mrs. Leslie Bean arrived today from Norfolk, Va., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Erwin. T. G. Roady, Decatur, spent Thursday with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Golman Roady. REBUILT MOTORS! CaiTollton Blood Drive Nets 67 Pints CARROLLTON—The Red Cross bloodmoblle unit visited Carrolltdn Tuesday and received 67 pints o blood with only 10 of the 77 registered dbnors rejected. The bloodmobile was set up in the basement of the Baptist Church and .donors were received from noon until 6 p.m: Local women who assisted with the keeping of records, the serving of food and other details were: Mrs.. .Olin Stead,' Mrs. E. J. Lukeman, Mrs. Elmer Whiteman, Mrs. Peter McCadden, Mrs. Jack McDonald, Mrs. P. A. Dailey, Mrs. B. J. Trost, Miss Carole Hamilton, Mrs. Ollie Siemer, Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Mrs. P. J. Achenhach, Mrs. Lester Atteberry, Mrs. Charles Meek, Mrs. "Alva Meek, Mrs. Rob ert Richie, Mrs. Kenneth Black. Mrs. Elmer Robley, Mrs. George. Andrews, Mrs. Joe Cunningham, Mrs. Hester Brown, Mrs. John Longmeyer, Mrs. A. D. Wilson, Mrs. James Day, Mrs. Marmon Gimmjv Mrs. Thomas Seagravas, Mrs. James Midkiff, Mrs. Dale Clough, Mrs. Damon Driver, Mrs. Clara Russell, Mrs. Homer Sheets, Mrs. Paul Freeh, Mrs. Nell Simpson, Mrs. H. H. Levi, Mrs. Herbert Harr, Mrs. 3. Alfeld and Mrs. Henry Borlin. Shower at Eld red for Miss Yernita Clendemiy ELDRED • — Miss Vernita Clendenny, who will become the bride of Julius Qilbert, jr., at 4:30 p.m., Sunday, in the Baptist Church, was honored 'with a miscellaneous shower at the church Thursday evening. She received many nice gifts. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Orland Clendenny, and is a graduate of Eldred and Carrollton High Schools. She has been studying nursing at Alton Memorial Hospital, and will be graduated Aug; 28. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gilbert, sr., of the Woody community, and has been engaged in farming with his father. A Zulu 'woman, Bernice Sbon- glid Mbambo, has been awarded a Bachelor of Commerce degree ,by Witwatersvvand University — the first non-European woman to attain such a'distinction in South Africa. CALLOUSES! To relieve painful tinlloiUM, burn-1 ing or tenilarneM on bottom of feet I mnd rembv* imllouam—get then I thin, loothing, .ouihioninc pacta, D-Scholls Zino pads North Alton Ritual Book Lost The Grand Army of the Republic, Circle 127, met Monday at the home of Mrs. Earl Jones at 220 West' Elm street, it has been reported that a black ritual book with a yellow* book of rules and regulations inside the cover was lost. Anyone In the North Alton area who may find the missing books is asked to return them to Miss. Cora Rotsch at 613 Washington street (2-2998). Carnation Camp Meets Carnation Camp Royal Neighbors of America met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Blakely at 2504 State street. The group had, a short business session. A doilie was presented as a ;ift for the group and it was won by Mrs. Stella GraffOrd. The next meeting will be announced at a ater date. Confined With Illness Gary and Jimrnie Vucich, who reside at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Giles at 238 West Delmar avenue have been ill and confined o their home for a week. Gary >vas able to return to school Wednesday, but Jimmy is still con- ined to his home. Cub Scout Meeting Den 3 of Pack 62 of Rufus Eas;on School met Wednesday at the lome of Mrs. Orville Thomas at 1002 Douglas street. The meeting opened with the Akela "Yell." Tommy Wille read the den diary. The boys made final plans for heir overnight trip, June 14, to. Camp Warren Levis with their dads. There was a game session, :he boys learning to Indian wres- :le. Mrs. Thomas served cake to he boys in honor of Dick Thomas' ninth birthday which was Thursday. Meeting Monday Northside Booster club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Shel- erhouse. :' Bethalto Rotary Club Entertained at Dinner BETHALTO. — Members of (he Rotary Club met for their regular dinner Wednesday evening. The dinner was 'served by the women of the Zion Lutheran Church. Louis Neuhaus was program chairman and presented a film on the Western Brass Mill at East Alton. The film showed the processing of the metal and many of the finished products. Visitors at the meeting included Floyd Radcliffe of the Roxana Club, and Willard Flagg of the Edwardsville Club. Bible School Begins Monday BETHALTO. — Mrs. A. H. Ferguson, wife of the pastor of. the Assembly of God Church, announced today that the daily vacation Bible school will begin at their church Monday and will be held daily from 9 to 11:30 a.m. except Saturdays, 'for the next two weoks. In addition to the usual Bible studies, there will be classes in recreation, music, and hahdcraft. All children are; welcome to attend and a special class will be formed for pre-school age children. -Troop 70 Picnic, BETHALTO. — Members of Girl Scout Troop 70 enjoyed a picnic Thursday at Rock Spring Park in Alton. 878 Read Telegraph Want Ads Children love to cuddle them Teeners crochet them for mascots Everybody adores a fluffy, friend ly, fashionable French poodle! Single crochet makes body, loop stitch crochet for fluff! Pattern 878; easy crochet directions for 11^-inch French poodle Send 25 cents In coin* for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft-Dept., P. p. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, (Vew York 11, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, yo.ur NAME, and ADDRESS. Such colorful handiwork ideas! Send 20 cents in coins for our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Catalog. Choose your patterns from our gaily illustrated toys, dolls, household and personal accessories. A pattern for a handbag is printed right in the book. Meaf*owhrook News "Notes MEADOWBROOK. — The First Baptist Church announces there will be a Bible school for kindergarten, primary, and intermediate grades for two weeks starting June 16. Josh P. Stephens who was In the Wood River hospital, has been moved <o the Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Few motorists in South Africa's Transvaal district know it, but if they use their car to push that of a fellow motorist, they ~ are infringing the law. , P. Mum returned Monday to h& name in Fayette, after visiting sevefat«!a>i with her daughtet, MR*. Robert Barnett In Piasa, efl route ffdm Toledo, Ohio, whet* she had vis* Ited her son, Harold,Hunt. • ~ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson and daughters of Godfrey were guests Monday of his parents', Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dyke of East Alton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edsall Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Conner of Alton are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Newby. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shelton of Carllnville were guests Monday of their son, Earl Shelton and family. Charles Jenkins of Tower Mill is'a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jenkins. Sharon and Carol Myers of Bunker Hill have returned after several days visit with their grand- pareriti, Mr, and Mr*. W. j, Edward Dbugla* at St, LOUIS is A guett of nil daughter, Mrs. VON non Doughty. Teddy Stouffe spent Tuesday with M« aunt, Mrs, William file, lii Bunker Hill,' ' The Baptist Training Union and Young Married Class of Mt, Zion Baptist Church at Plasa will sponsor a family night at the church Saturday. A program has been planned and refreshments will b* served. The local OES chapter met Wednesday evening at the Masonic hall vylth Mrs. Jessie Kahl, worthy matron, presiding. The chapter will hold a special meeting June 18. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by Mr. and MrsAOtto Meyers and Mrs. VVflma Stampe. The Essex (England) Society of uakers has protested the formation of a battalion designed to train Q15-year-old boys to become eligible for regular army. Sleep Cool T Open Frl. Eve., Until 0 P.M. •Can b* ImtalMd ,-.„ in matt any window. •Effectively coelt, «(...., drlot, circulate! and vontt- kriot with froth air. •Famous Motor-Mil* moch- anlim carriot ipociol 5-Yoar Warranty. •Two tifoi—for homo* and offices. USES NO WATER FRIGIDAIRE Window Model AIR CONDITIONER Close Saturday Evening-, 5:30 RLTOn HEFRIDERHTIOn 650 E. BROADWAY DIAL 3-7721 Authorized Frigidnlre Sales and .Service BILL CRANE, EVERETT BEASLEY, Prop*. LOST 53 POUNDS CHAMPAIGN 1ADY USES RENNEL "I weighed 242 Ibs. when I first started taking Renncl Concentrate pensive and DOW I weigh 189 Ibs. I owe It to Rennel for although I have cut down on starches and sweets I have notli given them up entirely. I feel better m since taking Rennel. I have more eriergy and feel more alive, i wore a size 48 dress when I started in with the Rennel home recipe and now I wear a size 38. My waist line has gone from 40 to 36. I certainly recommend Rennel aa the safe inex- Mrs. Pearl Burnett of RR 1.. nsive way to reduce." So writes It's amazing how quickly you can lose unsightly fat at home. Obtain quid RENNEL at your druggist, ilx with grapefruit Juice as directed and take two tablespoonfuJs twice » day. That's all there is to it. If you do not lose weight with the very first bottle just return it to the maker for your money back. You need never' know a hungry moment while reducing with RENNEL. VIeadowbrook Woman Honored on Birthday MEADOWBROOK. — A potiuck birthday dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Freda Lawrence Wednesday afternoon at her home. Those >resent were her daughter-in-law, Vtrs. Lola Lawrence; Mrs. Laverne •"t'illman, Mrs. George Aljets, Mrs. lenry Lawrence, Mrs. Rosemary : Ienderson and son, David, and Mrs. Robert Bailey and sons, Jimmy and Davirl, Kast Alton; Mrs. 2ordell Hoots, Wood River; Mrs. *alph Lawrence, Alton; Mrs. lalph Carter and son, Wayne, Mrs. Karl Lawrence and daugh- er, Betty, and Mrs. Alvin Aljets and son, Alvin, Rosewood Heights, nd Mrs. William Schmidt, Wanda. FACTORY-REBUILT! • Not just overhauled, but completely rebuilt... "from the ground up"! • Guaranteed 90 days or 4000 wiles... same as new motors! • Installation arranged and financed ... as low as $2.50 weekly pays ev«»rythinq! Costs at Littlo as TELE-VIEWS It ttm't Whmt )'*• He, I*'. Hmiv V«M •• It! P«r Day for Ford, Plymouth, or Ch«vrol«tl CONVENIENT TERMS-PAY WHILE YOU DRIVE! 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