Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 31, 1956
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PAGE roim ALTON EVEiNlNG 1'ELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, i&se Junior High Gym Annual! P.T.A. Carnival Set Saturday Night At Shipman SHIPMAN — The annual PTAj carnival will be held at the Junior hiRh school gym Saturday evening. Tho kitchen will open at 6:30 and flic mrmi will consist of chicken, hot dog and barbeqtie sandwiches, pic. cake, ice cream, soda and coffee. Movies, side show, basketball and baseball throw, novelty, cake walk, and fish pond a) 'e a f pvv ot the concessions which will be in operation to entertain young and old. During the evening there will be a bubble gum and balloon blowing contest for the children. A magicians ac< and home talent show will conclude the evening of fun. The proceeds will be used for installing the stop and go sign in front of the grade school. Infant Buried SHIPMAN — Private graveside rites xvere held today for Catherine Lahr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lahr of Piasa, at St. Denis Cemetery with Father Frank O'Hara officiating. The infant was stillborn Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Other survivors are; a brother, Gene, 10, and a sister, Judy, 8. J. \V. Lahr and Mr. and Mrs. M. \V. Muffley of Jerseyville are the grandparents. Meetings Scheduled SHIPMAN—The Harmony Community club will meet at the Community building Thursday at 2 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Margaret French, Mrs. Irene Randolph and Mrs. Robison. The night circle of the Mt. Zion W.M.U. will meet Friday evening at the Paul Odell home. Mrs. John Reno and Mrs. Don Gwiilim will give the lesson and devotions. Junior MYF Entertained SHIPMAN — Mrs. Roy Baker entertained 30 members of the junior Methodist Youth Fellowship at her home Monday evening. The children came masked and prizes were awarded to Ramona DaiT, ugliest; Su/anne Bunt, most lik? Halloween; Billy Piper, cutest; Carolyn \Veidner, most original; and Jill Pointer. Mary Lea Robl- meyer and Mary Ellen Breitwiser, prettieM. Games were played and refreshments served. Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser is the sponsor of the group. Entertains at Pm-ty SHIPMAN—Mary Jane 'Stevens, worthy advisor ot Rainbow for Gins, entertained members and their guests with a hay ride and wiener roast at her home Monday evening. Attending from Shipman were: Carol Sue Breitwiser, Robert Thomae and Gary Acun cius and Dianne Kahl. Graf ton WSCS Hear Talk On United Nations GRAFTON — The Women'; Society of Christian Service met Sunday evening at the Methodist Church. Devotionals were led 1 by Mrs. Charles Pellikan secretary of spiritual education A talk on "United Nations' was given by Clayton Ford of Principia College and a song "No Man is a Island" was sung by Bill Smith accompanied b.v his mother, Mrs. William Smith. Attend Open House GRAFTON — Mrs. William Q. Smith and daughter, Beth, and son Bill, were guests Sunday of Miss Sandra Thatcher at open house at Maryville College in St. Lx>uts. They were accompanied by Miss Janice Cliarow of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Whyte of Alton. After a tour of the College they attended the Little Theatre presentation for which Miss Thatcher was soloist. '57 RAMBLER ON DISPLAY— Waynn Finley (above), owner of Finley Motor Sales, says that thp J957 Rambler stresses roominess and is powered by a new V-8 or a 6-cylinder engine. The new Katnbler line includes six station wagons. The new models are displayed at Finley Motor Sales, Alton's Hudson and Rambler dealer, 821 E. Broadway. At Christian Church World Community Day Set Nov.9AtCarlmville Methodists Booth Festival At Brighton Church Nov. 5 DON'T WAIT Lowest Price of All Time Genuine Black & Decker '/t-lnch Electric DRILL With Geareti Chuck Regular Price $24.95 While $-1795 They Last I I MILLER'S (Miller Lime & Cement Go,) 518 Belle St. — Phone 2-1231 Free Parking lit Rear of Store BHIGIITON-- Met hodist Youth Fellowship members have been making final plans for Nov. 5 Booth Festival, when they will be host to all the other Meiho- dist Young People's Groups in the Jerseyville Sub-district. The Brighton young people have bcrn collecting canned goods and cash. Each church group represented will set up individual booths Monday evening, competing with the others for theme originality, valuation, etc. The cash and canned goods collected from all the churches in the East St. Louis District will be distributed among various Methodist institutions. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON. — Mrs. Walter Long, Brighton, and Mrs. Ralph Hording of University City, Mo., spent, the weekend in Decatuv visiting their sister, Mrs. Lillian Snydcr. Mrs. Minnie King of Springfield arrived Tuesday morning to visit friends in the Brighton area. Meeting Canceled BRIGHTON. — A meeting of Boy Scouts scheduled for tonight has been canceled because ol the community Halloween parly. Cub Scouts BRIGHTON. — Cubmaster Marvin Stewart has asked that all Cubs taking part in the Halloween parade this evening meet at the grade school at 7 Dens 2 and 4 will ride a float, with the remainder of the Pack marching in full uniform. Vote Campaign BRIGHTON. — The Cubmas- ter of Pack 39 advises that Cubs will meet at the Legion Hall at 10 a.m. Saturday in full uniform to conduct the "Get Out the Vote" campaign. A "door hang- Fast Dependable Lightweight 20-IN. CHAIN SAW Regular 199.95 Only $30 Down, $10 Month on Sears Easy Payment Plan • Direct drive from powerful gasoline engine • 'Fast ... up to 40-inches in two cuts • Cuts in any position ... even upside down • Chain has chrome-plated cutters • Automatic rewind starter er" will be placed at each home with the Scouts reminding the citizens of their obligation to vote on Tuesday. Teresa Mae Oertrl BRIGHTON. — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oertpl are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday, Oct. 23, at Jerseyville Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds, T2\i ounces and has been named Teresa Mae. Mrs. Oertel and the baby were dismissed from the hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slice of Modesto are the maternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oertel, Brighton, paternal grandparents. Graf ton Class To Operate Country Store GRAFTON — The Crusaders Class of the Methodist Church met Monday evening at the Annex and completed plans lor the country store at the Nov. 3 bazaar. In other business the following were named to nominate new officers: Mrs.' Forrest Duncan, Mrs. Charles Campbell, Donald Pellikan and Wilford Campbell. Refreshments were served by the host and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Duncan, Mrs. Robert Watson and Mrs. Wayne Rowling. Brighton Cub Pack Members Get Awards BRIGHTON — Ninety members of Brighton Cub Pack 39 and parents attended a pack meet ing Monday night at the Junior High gym. Cubrnaster Marvin Stewart presented Bobrat badges to four new cubs—Val Meyer. Victor Oilman. Robert Ritchie, Ronald Koehler. and welcomed their parents into the Pack. Wolf badges were presented toi John Rice, Charles Hiiunan. David Lucker, and Danny Woods. CARLINVILLE -- United Church Women of Carlinville will observe World Community Day Friday. Nov. 9. at 2 p. m. in Memorial Christian Church. A program based oil the theme of the day "Human Rights" will be presented. This is the theme selected by the Department of United Church Women of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA. The local council is affiliated with this group. Following a worship service led by the Rev. Chauncey Piety a panel discussion on "Our Rights as Human Beings" will be presented. Denby Boring will serve as moderator of the pan| el. Other panel members who will discuss various phases of the subject are: M. E. Hebron, from the viewpoint of an attor- jney; Ross Ensminger, an educator; Dr. II. B. Zilm, a civic leader, and the Rev, W. P. Stanford, a minister. Miss Jenne Morris, a student of Blackburn College, will sing a spiritural. "Parcsel for Peace" is the annual World Community Day project. Clothing for men and boys over 16 is wanted most, but good clean clothing is acceptable. Any- Mrs. ttoaM* Klnp Buried The body of Mrs. Bessie King I was interred in Father Dixon 'Cemetery at Kirhwood, Mo., ! Monday. Mrs. Keene dind a week | ago in Homer G. Phillips Hospital, St. Louis Hariiiii Hardln Notes HARD1N — Coroner Ellis Tn- man spent. Monday afternoon in Hardin. Fluoride treatments for Hardin students will begin Thursday and will consist of one treatment a week for four weeks. Chester Sconce, who was injured in an auto accident last week and who is a patient at ! Jerseyville Hospital, is reported showing satisfactory improvement. tiliat'8 in A Name SHIDLER, Okla. K> — A jar of home made peach preserves entered in a fair was mistakenly labeled apple butter. It won first iw»- prize as apple butter. Head Telegraph Want Ads Daily" CALL US FOR FLORAL REXROAT FLOWER MART MAI K, Rrn*4ttt? ni»J l-Hto Open F.vnnlnrn * Snndur Beat the CHRISTMAS RUSH Come in today! one can be an Ambassador for peace in the community by helping observe this World Community Day, Members of all churches are urged to participate. Aiu.ual Lurcheon Sot CARLINVILLE - The annual luncheon meeting ot the Women's Auxiliary of Carlinville Area Hospital is scheduled for Steven Schallenberg, Mikp Vier- j 1 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 8. in egge and Wayne Watson received I Cutlip Hall, First Methodist arrow points. ! Church. Reservations are to be Wayne Watson received his Bear j made , wHh Mrs> Ra y mo "d Boente badge and Fred Foster received j by NT ° V ' 5l T h e nominating committee Legal Lesson NORFOLK, Va. £> —Bill Davis, an assistant U. S. Attorney here, quotes .this handy guide to courtroom practice: "When the law's on your side, pound on the law. When the facts are on your side, pound on the facts. When nothing's on your side, pound on the table." one gold and one silver arrow I point on his Bear book. j Lion badges were presented toi Ronnie Vieregge and Larry Stewart. Service stars were presented by comprised of Mrs. Victor Wiese, Mrs. Harold Lowe and Mrs. Norman Koehler \\iil make a report. The annual bazar of the Women's Auxiliary will be held Fri- the Cubmaster to Slephan Dodge, j daV| Nov . o, in Bates Building Steven Schallenberg, Mike Vier- eggs, Roger Jones, and Wayne Watson. Den Mothers, Mrs. Otto Woods and Mrs. Guy Norlhcutl, received shoulder patches. At Monday night's meeting Cub- master Stewart introduced the den mothers, den chiefs and denners of each den for the coming year. In keeping, with the theme for October, den 4, led by Mrs. Alvin Lucker and Mrs. Burneil Meacham, put on a puppet show. on West Main St., Carlinville. The bazar snack bar will be open all day serving lunch or coffee. To Entertain Vets CARLINVILLE — The VFW Auxiliary of Carlinville will hold its annual party for the Veterans of the Alton State Hospital Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 1 to 4 p. m. They will entertain 140 men. Auxiliary members and any others who are interested in contributing, are asked for the fol- The meeting was closed with! lowing articles: Paying cards, refreshments. i $?• saw P^les. men's maga- , !_,_, _izines, men's clean used'clothing Most Class 1 railways in the i of all kinds, old nylons, clean U. S. have a dual system of pay j silk, old eye glasses and used to equalize salaries between j records. Donations will be taken freight crews and passenger trainmen. Freight crew salaries are based on 100 miles or eight hours; passenger crews on 150 miles or 7Vi hours. tuiiii Saturday, Nov. 3, at the VFW post home on West Main street any day after 4:30 p.m. No cash donations will be accepted. We Believe It's the Best TV^; You Can Buy for the Money! David Bradley Tree and Brush Saw 20-Inch Blade 95 Powered with 2Vj hp David Bradley gas engine cuts vertically or horizontally, For farm use, cuts brush, small trees. Milk Filter Discs U'/i in, Si/.e. 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The Season Opens j HUNTING I LICENSE Complete .22 Caliber Rifle Set, Re£, 63,95 38' Model 36 .22 rifle, 4-power scope, 12-piece cleaning kit, 20 animal targets and luggage type gun case. Everything the sportsman needs to store, carry, care for and use his gun. Sueded Gun Cases 88c 82 in. For shotgun*, rlflei. Made o( mbberiicd cotton tuedo; cotton flannel lined. 94 95 J. C. Higgins 6-Shot Bolt Action Shotgun J. C. HIGGINS MODEL 60 Gas Operated Automatic Adjusts to any 12»gauge shell automatically, without ad* p __ 900B ustmenrl New gas operated "Pawer Piston" eliminates K * 9 ' "™ •slam" ejection. Cuts bruising recall. Handsome checker- i^& ^SSJStf&SS;. ing on rich walnut stock. 12 gauge only. . recoil pick, tubular ittd, wtlnut stock. Sf ARS ALTON Store Hour*: Mou. & Frl. 9 to 9 Pail}' 9 to S

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