Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 30, 1956 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
Page 13
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 13-22 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 30, 1956. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Presi * I « 7 a^JWttUrftd', Q maternity fashions Wait till you see Helena Scott's new winter maternity •operates. Casual feeling in this 2-piece dress oi m«rtswear suiting. Missei sizes in peacock. 10 lt*s Your Money Applicant Gets Biggest Benefit Cheek Possible Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" By t). B. GALLAGHER Lots of folks holler that the way of figuring monthly benefits is too involved for them to understand. The fact is that there is not just one way but several ways. And they are designed to see that the applicant: gets the biggest checks possible. fQ) "I will ne 65 in 1965. I paid the maximum Social Security tax beginning in 1947 through 19-15. Then I had no covered employment until August, 1953. From then on through 1955, I earned about $3.000. Since then I have been earning $47 a week, which I expect to earn until I reach 65. How will my monthly benefits be figured and can you give me a rough figure on the monthly amount I should receive at 65?" M. S. (A> As you are a woman employee, you should be eligible for benefits at 62 by accepting a reduction in (he amount of monthly benefits that would be due you at 65. ] If you continue to earn $47 a week starting this year of 1956 through 1964, you should be eligible at 65 for monthly benefits of a little over $78. With this same J47 a week for 1956 through 1961, you chould be eligible at 62 for this same $78 benefit less 20 per cent for starting at 62. Under the new legislation, in considering your average monthly earnings, from which monthly benefits are figured, only your covered earnings after 1950 would be included and the non- earning or low-earning years of 1951 through 1955 would be dropped and not used as part of this average. 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Because the Wonder formula for Brown 'n Serve Rolls takes the guesswork and chance of failure out I Get Wonder Brown 'h Serve Rolls fresh from your grocer today. And hear your family sing your praises. BAKED BY THE BAKERS OF FAMOUS WONDER BREAD Continental Baking Company, Inc. W lHHIk ^^BP^ Bfc^MPP e^^^^B ^^^^^ credits for monthly Social Security benefits of some amount j at 62 or 65, your option, but the amount would be far below $78. (Q> "I am Interested in learning if the Social Security tax I paid from 1937 to the present counts for anything." P. E. S. (A) It counts for a lot. Such! tax payment may mean monthly benefits for you. for your wife or widow, for your children. Also a lump sum burial benefit at the time of your death. Social Security earned credits are never lost and will always remain to your account. Not knowing your age, this is the best we can do. Fraternity Pledges At Washington U. Six Alton area resident? are among 354 men students at Washington University who were recently pledged to 17 fraternity chapters at the university. In- ter.fraternity Council Advisor Richard C. Reidenbach, has announced. The fraternities and their pledges are: Beta Theta Pi: Raymond LeRoy Gooch, 104 Williams, Bethalto. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Charles Henry Chambliss, 1854 Evergreen Ave.; Thomas Verle Monica], 1113 Washington St., Alton. Sigma Nu: Thomas Harley Gibson, 2911 Brown St.; Harry Brighton Church Youth Plans Series of Events BRIGHTON — At the Sunday meeting of the senior Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian Churrh plans were made for a skating party at Playmor Rink on Nov. 5. Other groups in the area will take part. The senior group plans a car washing project for Saturday, Nov. 10. Members plan to do the car washing project for Saturday, Nov. 10. Members plan to do the car washing at the church and begin around 9 a.m. On Nov. 25 the gronp plans to entertain parents at a potluck supper which will be followed by a model fellowship meeting. Sunday, Nov. 4, the group is scheduled to attend the Reformation services at the Kiel Auditorium ! n St. Louis. At Sunc'ay evening's meeting sides were chosen and are headed by Carol Rothe and Malcolm Anders. The two sides will compete for points, which will be given for membership attendance, participac.n^ in youth and church activities, church attendance, getting new members and visitors. The contest will last until Christmas and the losing side will entertain the winners at a New Year's Eve party. Army regulations which forbid uniformed officers from mixing with enlisted men, even in church, were scored in a Dail speech by Eire's Jack Tully, in Dublin. Hugh Hazelton, 2107 Main St., Alton. Theta Xi: William Louis Thiele, 794 Park Dr., Alton. Brighton Methodist Fall Conference Set Sunday BRIGHTON — Dr. E. M. Dycus, superintendent of the East St. Louis district of the Methodist Church, will speak Sunday during morning worship at the St. Paul Methodist Church. Following the church service he will conduct the first quarterly conference of the church yoar. "Family Night" BRIGHTON — The Women's Guild of the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church will have its annual family potluck supper Wednesday, Nov. 7. A special pro- Kram is planned. Serving will be at 7 p.m. Attendance IMns BRIGHTON — During the Sunday School hour at St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church Mrs. Gus Orban, Superintendent, presented the following perfect attend dance pins: Tommy Geisler, Fern and Wayne Watson, 3-year pins; Harold DC Lassus, 1-year, Cathy Bnins. 9-months, and Margaret Schroeder, three months. Harvest Festival BRIGHTON — In addition to bouquets of fall flowers, fruits and vegetables were used to decorate the sanctuary of the St. John Evan gelical and Reformed Church Sunday in observance of "Harvest Festival". Mrs. Otto Oertel and Mrs. Fred Scheffel arranged the decorations. Members of the Church brought in canned and fresh fruit, and vegetables to be sent to institutions supported by the church. Attend Party BRIGHTON — Fifteen young people of the senior Westminster Fellowship of the Brighton Presbyterian Church attended a party Saturday evening given by the young people of the Granite City Presbyterian Church. Attending the party from Bright- ton were: Carol Rothe, Janet Kamp, Thclma and Janet Warner, Sue Ann Anders, Delia Newberry. Mary and Dorothy Frecland, Malcolm Anders, Jim Gorin, Bob and Kenneth Buettel, Leon Watts, George Kamp, and Charles Mayberry. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Anders and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warner accompanied the Brighton group. Daughter* of Ruth BRIGHTON — The Daughters of Ruth Class of the Presbyterian Sunday School will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the parish house. Mrs. Kenneth Bower, Mrs. Walter Long, and Mrs. Fannie Kuehnel will be in charge of the program. Brighton \otes BRIGHTON - Miss Marilyn Robinson of El Paso, 111., and Miss Marjorie Brubaker of Sheldon were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fouls. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hermes of Granite City were Sunday visitors of his sister, Mrs. Edna Oertel. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warner spent Friday evening at Lindenwood College, St. Charles, visiting their daughter, Mary Kathryn, and her roomate, Jan Phillips, who was entertaining her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Phillips, of Plymouth, Ind. When you're skillet-cooking liver and onions, cook the onions first in butter until they're soft and golden. Then draw the onions to one side of the pan and fry the sliced liver, adding more butter if necessary. Brighton Jr* Church Group Has Outing BRIGHTON — Members of «i« Junior Presbyterian Youth Fellowship had a hayride and wiener roast Friday night. Herb Roth* drove the wagon which took the group to Singers Lake five miles northwest of Brighton for the wiener roast. Attending the outing were: Sharon Rothe. Carol Stewart. Juiquita Woods, Judy Oherlander, Leona Rogers, Janice Rothe, Jim McAfee, Eddie Gorin, Lawrence McCauley, Spencer Bower, Freddie and Janet Wiese, and Eula and Dorothy Sisco, and Linda Rothe. Adults accompanying the group were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rothe, Mr. and Mrs. John Rothe, and Mr. and Mrs. Carson Oberlander. Bethalto Boy Struck By Car BETHALTO.—Gary Langley, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Langley of Cottage Hills, was taken to Wood River Township Hospital Sunday after being struck by a car near his home. The accident occurred on the OJQ Bethalto roaa. The auto was driven by Albert Malson of Bethalto. X-rays were taken by the boy's left ear and cheek. 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