Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1942 · Page 5
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 23, 1942
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p[ e w Courses to Start July 1-2 At Wood River \Vork for Persons Not in War Industry to Be Offered WOOD RIVER June 23.—-Natlon- i defense, training school head- imrlcrs 'located in the community 5i»h srhool announced today that *v -ilnsscs would begin July 1 ""pre^mployment courses for per- inns not employed In war Industry ''ill ho offered in machine shop nd welding. Those persona who wish t" ™ ro " )n the school's .pre- Lpiovment training courses must mnke 'application at their nearest jj s Employment Service office for a referral card. Supplementary courses for work. as encaged in war industry will be conducted in machine drawing, shop mathematics, and elementary blueprint reeding. For enrollment j n, a letter 0 ( recommendation from an em- plover is necessary. ' Birthday Party WOOD RIVER. — Anita Carol Henderson, daughter of Mr. and itrcot, celebrated her eleventh Mrs. H. F. Henderson of Second birthday with a party at her home Saturday afternoon. The after- prizes noon was spent playing games, and were awarded Constance , Marilyn Baker and Pauline Schueler. Attending the party were Jean Mayberry, Junnita ' Helmkamp, Marilyn Baker, Patsy Sparks, Constance Slocker, Patsy Huffman, Norma Jean 'Balke, Margaret Gresc, Virginia Hall and Pauline Schueler of Wood River, Janice Sherwood, Eleanor Sherwood and Sally Penning of Alton, Doris Chappel of Roxana and Beverly Gowin of Granite City. Anita was showered with gifts by her guests. Mrs. Henderson, assisted by Mrs. Sherwood of Alton, served refreshments. A big birthday cake, with candles was enjoyed. Supper Club WOOD RIVER. — Mr. and Mrs. Lynn H usted of Sixth street enter. taincd the Sunday evening supper club at their home. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hadfield, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren. Cards were the diversion of the evening and prizes were awarded Leonard Schmidt, Mrs. H. W. Hadfield, Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and H. W. Hadfield. • . , , Entertains Sunday School ' Class WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. William Ketchie entertained her Sunday school -class of the Calvary .Baptist church with 'a, wiener roast.'.at her home on the State Aid Road t Saturday afternoon. Games were played during the afternoon. Those attending were Alma Holingsworth, Billy Marie - Bledsoe, Lu- dinn Ketchie, Mary Opal Pruitt and Betty Fisher. Woman's Society of Christian Service WOOD RIVER. The circles of the Woman's Society of Christian service ,- of the Methodist church will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday. The Elizabeth Circle will meet with Mrs. Freeland Thompson of 834 East Madison. Mrs. Ernest Hartwig will be -the leader. The Lydia Circle will meet with Mrs. Foreman Dykeman of 448 Second street. Mrs. Fred .Silber will lead this group. The Annesley Circle will meet with Mrs. R. J. Perry of 8t>4 Acton. The Rev. O. C. Smith is leader of this group. Circle to Meet WOOD RIVER. — Our Circle will moot with Mrs. Elbert Lev! of Second slreet Thursday for an nil-day sewing session. liny n I Neighbors to Entertain WOOD RIVER. — The Royal Neighbors will meet Friday night at Gorson Hall. They will have as tlieii- quests the Past Oracles of the camp. Those on the committee in charge are Miss Dorothy Lan- drc, Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Mrs. Daisy Springer, Mrs. Violet Skundrich, Mrs. Kathleen Maguire and Mrs. Marie Parker. Mrs. Maude Wil- linms is the oracle and Mrs. Winifred Ufort is the vice oracle of the ramp. I'ythlun Sunshine Girls WOOD RIVER. — The Pythian Sunshine Girls will meet Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Fred Penning of 452 East Ferguson avenue instead of at Gerson Hall. The niceiing has been called for 8 o'clock. Taken to Hospital WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Fred D. liii'hardson of 12th street was moved by ambulance to St. Joseph's hospital Mpnday morning, when. s i,e underwent an opera- 'i' 1 " for appendicitis at 9 o'clock Monday night, and Is getting along ; >H riglu. Mrs. Bernle Rhodes and chil- "ON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Search Oregon Sub-Shell Crater Soldlcis se.udi (he ciatei ncai Seaside,. Ore., left by shellfue believed to have been fiom an enemy submarine. Nine shells struck the coast but authorities reported no damage. At extreme right searching the crater is Lieut. Col. P. T. Gregory. . dren have been visiting Mrs. Rich ardson from Hannibal, Mo.," anc were to have returned home Mon day, but will remain due to her illness. Fred Richardson went to Mis. oouri to get Mrs. Ellen Elzea, Mrs Richardson's mother, today. Sent to Massachusetts WOOD RIVER. Lawrence Vemor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vernor, was sent from Jefferson Barracks to a camp in Rhode Island and'from there was transferred to an observation post a Otis Field, Camp Edwards, Mass. about 60 miles from Boston. Lawrence is with the office force at the camp. Entertain Couples Club WOOD RIVER. — Mr. and Mrs FJoyd Schilling of 440 Fifth street entertained their Couples Club at their home on Saturday night Cards were the diversion anc prizes for higli scores were given Norman Ballard, Mrs. Norman Ballard and Mrs. Wayne Helmantoler. Spring flowers were used in decoration. The hostess served refreshments. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Ray Highfill of Acton avenue. Return from Visiting Son WOOD RIVER. — Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Pate of the Slate Aid Road have returned from visitpg their son, Christy Pate at Camp Shelby, Miss. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lem Porter and daughter of Alton, who visited their son and brother, and Mrs. Juanila Robinson of Alton, who visited her husband. Baptist Group to Meet WOOD RIVER. — The Ladies' Aid Society of the First Baptisl church will meel all day Wednesday wilh Mrs. J. L. Sullivan of 444 Tipton avenue. The meeting is being held there instead of at :he church because of the Bible school being conducted at the church. The women will spend the day quilting. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon. Hamburger Fry WOOD RIVER. — The Kum Dubble class of the First Baptist church will have a hamburger fry Thursday night at 7:30 at Sunset Hill The committee in charge consists of Mr. and Mrs. Cliften Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. George Thorp, and Mrs. Doris Yost. Announce Arrival of Son WOOD RIVER. - Mr. and Mrs. Frank HondricUson of Ferguson are announcing (be arriv- avenup Hi of George Francis Hcndrlchson II, at SI. Joseph's Hospital on Sat- jrday Family (intlHTiilK WOOD R1VER.-A family ga h- crln B was held on Sundny at the " omo <>»« ( Rosewood HeiBhK hon,.rin K Ho> Roc of Wilmington, Del., who is furlouRh. and his twin Uoyd Hoe, of Rnnloul ionic oil Fl l5rty Rucsts enjoyed a dinner ,ervert at noon, vcrp Mr Oul'-of-lown j-uesls r and Mrs. Oren Aired and ' Audrey and Barbara, Mrs Mildred Jonrs van Wrigm ai jf Manchester. Roe of Roodhous" Mrs. Floyd o ,M,m, <• "'"•'"'• "'•. visited In Wood River Man Pilots Plane Over Home Town WOOD RIVER, June 22.—Wood River got a vicarious taste of modern war early Monday evening when a big two-motored plane twice roared the length of the city skimming the housetops by less than a hundred feet. The bomber, camouflaged an olive drab, came in over the cily from Ihe easl, lore at high speec over Ihe business district, and then came back over the same course Residents popped out of houses all over town to crarte their necks at the low-flying plane. The police station was swamped with telephone inquiries. This morning it was difficut to find a resident who didn't claim that "it was right over my house.' Observers at City Hall said thai when the plane passed the water lower ii was flying below Ihe top of lhat struclure. The tower is 110 feel high. Oscar McKean, 854 Acton avenue, this morning identified the pilot as his son, Harold, a lieutenant in the army air corps. He said th§t Harold was bound from. Texas •i»i§qott. Field£and.';ilew ov^f. Wooc River to let his parents know of his arrival. United Brethren Church WOOD RIVER. A number from the United Brethren Chur.-h left Monday morning for Bloom- inglon Lake, where they will at- lend Ihe Christian Camp there this week. Those attending are the Rev. M. Grant Benner, Arthur Smith of East Alton, Betly. Jane and John Smith, daughter and son of Leonard Smith of Hartford. Wilbur Phipps, Orene Strain and Lloyd McKean. They will remain until Saturday. The Brotherhood of the United Brethren Church will meet -Thursday night at. the home of Earl Strain, 237 East Penning avenue. Earl Strain will be the leader of .he meeting. Refreshments will be served'after the meeting. Mrs. M. Grant Benner and son, Charles, are spending the week with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Meyer at Robinson, 111., dur- ng the absence of the Rev. Benner. Hostess to Club WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Clarence Streif of Edwa-dsville was hostess "o her club at her home on Thursday everting. Those attending from •"jod River were Miss Ruby ....ith. Mrs. Eugene Davis, Mrs. William Bachelrtor. jr., Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mrs. Joe Connors, and Mrs. H. A. Warren. Mjide Corporal WOOD RIVER. —Wo.rd has been eceived from Eldon Vaughn at A>rt Lewis, Wash., lhat he has )cen made a corporal Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER- Mr. and Mrs. Lowcnn Lain of East Alton Mrs. Grace Emery and daughter* Betly, of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Best, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Best of Penning avenue Sun, yfr and Mrs. Albert Brave of Harnett street spent Sunday at ' Mr^'aml Mrs. Claude Hobbs and daughter and Guy Hobbs of the.St. ,ouis roud visited at Shawneytown over the weekend. ,,.,,„ Mr and Mrs. Tony Stassi of Main street and son and daughter-in-law. - -r.^rn-r.-^. .,._ I I ' ~ M • M • '•• '•' Bi' "' ' " ''" *" '' liiiAiMOND "MINERAL SPRINGS (jKAM I ( " uil ' ..,._,„ MII,.,, Went of (Ireenvlllo on It. 140. ,„,„ _ -t MII.-N | .^", 1 ,!^, |,f AihHml-ra - Watch Roud Sign. <> Miles North of Alton Route 140 _.*•*•*-•> «•€ 25 ALL YOU CHICKEN DINNER *1^«««T LARtiE FRIED, HALF CHICKEN. $100 CHICKEN PLATE LUNCH.....75C WITH ALL HIDIC DISHICH now , , 'Si •••••• H Oil MIONB. ( . rttl( , fork • Mr. and Mrs. John Stassi, have gone to Fort Benning, Ga., where they will visit their son and brother, Sgt. Veto Stassi. He will accompany them on a tour of Florida. Dr. and Mrs. J. ,T. Kessinger of Ferguson aven'ue spent Sunday at University City. , : Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. McKfely and son, Eugene, of Rosewood Heights, and Mrs. Richard Carey of Alton spent the ..'Weekend at Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Windle and son, Eddie Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meyer and daughter, Maureen, spent Saturday at St. Louis. Bpnna Jean Stone of Hartford is spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. Forrest Ruyle, and attending the Daily Bible school at the Assembly of God Church. Miss Fern Hamilton of Toledo, O., arrived today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Gimmerson of Jennings avenue. T,he Williams Family Reunion will be held Sunday, June 28, at •Jones Park at Granite City. Mr. and Mrs. George Perks and children; Betty, Mary and Eileen, of Denver, Colo., are guests of Mrs. Perks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zaph, of Penning avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Perks and children spent the weekend at Virden, 111., as guests of Mrs. Harry Perks. John Phipps of Penning avenue has been, llj,,his hpme for a week'. '.. ..'" '•"" ' • .•.;."• Arthur Berry of Sixth street returned Sunday morning from Detroit, where he spent several days. Mrs. Berry and daughter, Barbara Bee, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kiener, at Worden during the absence. Women" of the Methodist Church will sew for the Red Cross Thursday at the home of Mrs. Frank Bauer of 509 Wood River avenue. A pot-luck dinner will be served at noon. Mrs. Etta Schaumburg of 208 St. Louis avenue is ill at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. G. F. Hendcickson of Lorena avenue returned Friday from Alton Memorial Hospital where she has been recuperating following an operation. Mrs. L. C. Accola of Canton, Mo., is the guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Accola, of Lorena avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Arbuthnot of Acton avenue visited Mrs. Ar- bulhnot's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fuson, of Decatur over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Delos Witherow of .Shelbyville, 111., left for their home Sunday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Newcomb of Fifth street and other Wood River relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Witherow were on a 17-day vacation. They spent part 3 Alton Boys to Attend National Hi-Y Congress Three Alton High School boys will attend the fourth national biennial Hi-Y Congress at Miami University, Oxford, O., June 25-29, it was announced at the Y. M. C. A. today. The congress is ex- p'ected to attract 700 youths who Will devote themselves to a consideration of the problems and responsibilities of high school students during the war. Plans for a permanent world peace also will be studied by the delegates who wlH come from every state and Canada. Included on the program are talks by Branch Rickey, Dr. Darius A. Davis, executive of the Y, M. C. A. service to prisoners of war; Mrs. Grace Loucks Elliott, president of the National Board of the Y. W. ,C. A., Dr. Walter Van Kirk, editor of "Religion in the News," and Paul Harris jr., author and lecturer. The Alton boys, Roy Cannon, Ted Cruzat and Marion Willis, will leave this evening and spend Wednesday in Cincinnati before join ing other delegates at Oxford. Party Given for Roxana Boy ROXANA, June 23.—Mrs. Lulu Wilson of 221 Elm street, and daughter, Mrs. Paul Snellenberge: entertained friends of Paul Wil son at a surprise party Saturday evening. Paul left: Monday to en roll in the War Production Train ing Center at Lilchfield. Outdooi games were played and refresh ments served later in the "evening Guests were Ruth and June Col yar, Gladys, John and Wayne Jones, Jeanette McDonough, De lores Meiser, V. J. Farthing, Roy Cranmer, Dean Lovell, Marjorie Du'reJ], Eva Mae Dwyer and Shear on Kay Snellenberger. . Announce Births ROXANA. — Mr. and Mrs. Wil Ham Thompson of 128 East Third street are announcing the birth of a son, their first child. The baby was born Monday at 6:21 p. m in Alton Memorial Hospital anc weighed six pounds and four ounces. Mrs. Thompson was before her marriage, Miss Ruby Campbell of Roodhouse. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Blaine of Fourth street are parents of a daughter, weighing eight pounds The baby, their second child and first daughter, was born Thursday at 9 p. m. at their home. The baby has been given the name o; Jean Evaline. Mrs. Elaine's mother, Mrs. McCrary of Marissa, is taking care of her daughter anc baby. Roxana Notes , ROXANA. — Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Hamilton ,and daughter, Vicki Miss Betty Catt and Mrs. Olen Martin spent the weekend a Thebes visiting relatives. Mrs Flora Durham returned with them kfter visiting" at Murphysboro anc Thebes. Mrs. Carl Hewitt of Murphysboro accompanied Mrs. Dur- tiam home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson returned to their., home on Seconc street-Friday after a two-week vacation in Bismarck, N. JX, visit- ng relatives. Miss Elaine Merrill, secretary of the Roxana Community High School, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Hardesty in Lltllo Rock, Ark. Mrs. Hardesty's husband is stationed at an army camp near .little Rock. , Mr. and Mrs. Vern' Vincent and son of Sixth street visited relatives at Beardstown over the weekend. Miss Betty Call of Decker, Ind., s visiling at the home of her sis- ,er. and brolher-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Hamillon on Elm street. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Kirby of Tifth street spent the weekend at •ligbee, Mo., visiling relalives. Their children relurned home with hem afler visiling in Higbee for ,wo weeks. Ihe lime in the Ozarks, and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schoenoweis of Wood River. The Central Idea W. E. SMITH, Agent, Alton W. E. Smith RAILROADS IN WARTIME "Without transportation we could not fight at all," say* Joseph Eastman, Director of the Office of Defense Transportation. "And in these days t hero ia nothing that enters Into war, from troops to bulletH.whichis not dependent absolutely on traiiBportiilion." That positive statement sure drives home to all of us how directly our railroads are in this war. Transporting millions of troops. Hauling the raw materials for tanks, planes, ships, guns, Moving these finished implements of war to ports for shipment to the far corners of the world. But we all must recognize this ia only the beginning— ThepeoA of war production and the peak of troop movement* ia still ahead! These titanic jobs must come first! Much of the vast passenger traffic now carried on the highway! will seek railroad service, duo to gasoline and rubber restrictions. There is no material available for new railroad passenger cars. Such material is going into trucks, planes, ships, guns and bombs. What then must happen? We must tighten our belts aguin. Every bit of equipment must do wore ... all available passenger cars for civilians must be filled ui much as possible. That's why, for the duration, we may have to give you an upper when you ask for a lower, or a day coach accommodation when you prefer a And that's why it's ao important that you plan your trips well in advance, make your reservations well ahead of time. 1HI WAtfi HVIl (OUK ..YOU CAN ililf BUY U, S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Benefit Dance At Bethalto Park BETHALTO, June 23.—(Special) —The' Bethnlto Northern Madison County American Legion Post will sponsor an old-time benefit dance and Ice cream social at. Big 4 park Wednesday night, June 24, from 8:30 to 12:30 p.' m., with Pansy Ladd furnishing the music. All profits will be used for the local Service Men's Welfare Fund, under the direction of the American Legion, which has been sending packages to the' 96 service men who are on their mailing Jlst. Iwuit; Warning BETHALTO. — Officials of the Sunrise Coal Co. have placed "No ..Trespassing" signs on their property here'because of damage done recently around the mine and also because of the danger involved when walking near the mine shaft. Several boards have been pushed in and officials expressed fear for the safety of persons coming anywhere near the mine. Rodeo BETHALTO. — In spite of adverse weather conditions Bob Cook presented his second rodeo Sunday 'at the arena recently erected north of Bethallo/Part of the proceeds were donated to the U.S.O. fund, and $48 of the first rodeo, given a we.ek ago, was presented to the local Boy Scout troop. Hal Choesser, St. Louis radio entertainer, acted as master of ceremonies and sang several selections. Scouts ut Camp BETHALTO.—Scoutmasters Buford Walters and Stacey Bridges accompanied seven boy scouts to Camp Warren Levis Sunday to spend two weeks. Included in the group were: Gregory Schuette, Glenn Schoeneweis, Lawrence Lane, Norman Lam;, Bobby Bridges, Burton Buck and Wayne McCarthy. Announce Birth of Son BETHALTO. — Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Teems are announcing the arrival of a son weighing eight pounds and 12 ounces, born, Saturday at 5 p. m. at the family home on Carbon street. This is their fourth child, but first son. Visit at Pensacola, Fla. BETHALTO. — Mrs. Reka Schoppet and daughter, Mary, and son, Frankie, Mrs. Anna Prehn and Mrs. Mary Schoppel of Alton left last week to visit Philip Schoppet, who is in" the Navy stationed at Pensacoia, Fla. In First Aid Class BETHALTO. — Mrs. Lydia Ricci, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ricci of Bethalto, was a member of the frist class in nurse's-aid completing training under auspices of Wood River and Alton Red Funny Business f^O tnto \, I I I \wjr- ^ s I- ^ *r ^v ;*v"-^l'1^>"-'. :on,.nn »Y NIA suvict. INC. T. M, mo. ». s. I*AT. art. "Sabotage! There's one that's slowed down again!" Cross at Alton hospitals. The class of nine young women who were trained by Mrs. Howard Meyer received caps and certificates and will be called upon to give a minimum of 150 hours of service a year. Sunduy Guests BETHALTO. — Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dalton entertained guests Sunday including Corp. and Mrs. Wilbur Bolen of Camp Polk, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred HaUsman of Fosterburg. Mrs. Molen is the former Fern Stoltz. Ball Game BETHALTO. — The Bethalto Y.M.A.A. Softball team will play the East St. Louis Swifts Tuesday night at 8:30. .This team is rated as one of the best in Illinois. Junior Poole will pitch for the'Swifts. Belhalto Notes BETHALTO. — Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth File and son of Wood River visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. N. File and family Saturday. Lydia Gallinot has returned to Chicago after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gallinot. Waller Sch.uette, who is stationed at Selfridge Field, Mich., spent the weekend with his' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schuette. Dr. V. T. Patterson, is ill of intestinal flu at his home and his son, Jackie is quarantined with scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Helmkamp spent several days with friends and relatives in southern Illinois last week. Dr. and Mrs. Gaines Smith of Chattanooga, Tenn., visited friends here recently. Mrs. Henry Loafman returned to her home Friday from Alton Memorial Hospital, where *she has been a patient since June 1, following major surgery. She is reported making steady progress toward recovery. Mrs. Al Brims has returned home' after a visit with her parents in Calhoun county. Mrs. Clarence Johnson and infant daughter, Carole Jean, returned to her home from Alton Memorial Hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis, Sunday. * Harold Neunaber of Camp Chaf- foe, Ark., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Neunaber. 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