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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1940 Minister Speaks To Rotary Club At Wood River plans Made for Golf Match with Alton Orjrani&ation WOOD RIVER, Sept. 10.—"We nil understand that things such as automobiles, lights and stores become obsolete, hut often we fail to urnleistand how ideals and mor- nl codes become obsolete," said the Rev. Oivillc F. Brummer, pastor „( st. .John's iSVnngelical Church, who spoke nt Monday's luncheon meeting of Wood River Rotary Club nl Whitelaw 'Hotel. Scholarship, he said, has made ronveiiliomil ideas about the Bible obsolete, and he illustrated this by introducing a recent book by Dr. H. K. Fosdick, "A Guide to the Undei'standing of the Bible". He showed that, the scholarship represented in that book began to appear in (he world about 100 years ago nnd reached wide acceptance in informed circles 50 years ago. Since that time that scholarship has made obsolete the older attitudes toward the Bible, he said. A chapter of the book, "The Idea of Man", was used by the speaker to Illustrate his talk, and an Interesting story he repeated was about a boy who walked along a picket fence with a stick and kept jabbing through the fence at a bulldog. The boy had a lot of fun walking along the fence and jabbing at the bulldog, until he came to a place in the fence where there were three pickets off. The Rev. Brummer applied this story to show how a great many people have been having a lot of fun in the last generation trying to live without the values of the Christian tradition and have now come to the place in the fence where there are a lot of pickets off. The quotation, "Bluebeard had a closet and his secret in that closet was his murdered wives, but modern man has a secret closet and the secret is that there is nothing in it", was used by the speaker to illustrate the emptiness of the average modern who has multiplied the means by which we live and has lost sight of the ends toward which we live. Dr. Leo H. Konzen was in charge of 1he program and introduced the Rev. Brummer. Richard Coffeen, chairman of the fellowship committee, reported that Sept. 18 has been selected as the date for a golf match with the Alton Rotary Club. Plans for the match, which will be played at Rock Spring Country Club in Alton, wove made at a meeting with Robert Colliding of the Alton club. M. M. Cleworth was a guest of Superintendent of Schools G. A. Smith at the meeting, and A. F. Brown, Alton Rotarian, was a visitor. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREP Rumania Loses More Ground GERMANY r -HUNGARY BUDAPEST BELGRADE VUGOSLAVIA UMANIAimi TO HUNGARY To RUSSIA To Rapidly-shrinking Rumania lost further ground with the Bulgarian announcement that a formal agreement has been signed for return of southern Dobruja from Rumania. This Associated Press map shows the newly-ceded territory, in addition to that already given to Russia and Hungary. Heavy boundary outlines Rumania as it was before territorial losses. Wood River Club Flower Show Is Set for Weekend Second Annual Event Friday and Saturday at 'Round House' A clever little daytime 'rock embodying the freedom of true Americanism Freedom of Style Freedom of Design Freedom of Conventionality Freedom of Expression All "" ;ue combined to make "Us the K ayest of little in- acpciHlent frocks to take Von everywhere smartly. Colors of Soldierette, Ca'•*"•''• Juniper, Nutria and lack. Flag buttons. Sizes 10 'o ?o. .95 Fashion Floor at WOOD RIVER, Sept. 10.—Final arrangements have been completed and posters that were made at a meeting last Friday have been placed in preparation for Wood River Garden Club's second annual exhibit, it was announced today by Mrs. O. G. Tipton, chairman of the publicity committee. The show will be held next Friday and Saturday, Sept. 13 and 14, at the "Round House" in Community Park and anyone growing flowers has been invited to exhibit specimens. In anticipation of a much larger show this year a larger space was prepared. Seats will be placed in the exhibit room, and remodeling work, now underway at the building, is expected to be finished in time for the show. s School children will have a part in the show this year, many of them having been working on flower projects during the summer seo that they would have flowers in readiness for showing. Before the close of school in June announcements and rules were given to pupils in order that they might take part. Children will be awarded special cash prizes for the best entries. Adult prizes will include cash for the first and second highest number of points and potted plants for first place in the seven different sections. Entries will be received between the hours of 8 a. m. and 1 p. m. of the opening day. All entries must be ready for judging by 1 o'clock and must be left in place until the close of the show unless special permission for their removal is given by the committee. All flowers, except wild flowers, must be grown by the exhibitor. Blue ribbons will be awarded for first, red for second in each class and the doors will be closed from 1 o'clock until 5 o'clock the. afternoon of the first day while exhibits are being judged. Following are the lists of different flowers and the section to which they belong: Section A—Annuals: Any numbers of the following flowers may bo exhibited or they may be entered as single blooms. Flowers will be judged on the following points: size, color, quality, and condition. No credit will be given for fancy containers. Agoratum, asters, cockscomb, cosmos, French marigolds, African marigolds, nasturtium, pansies, petunias, snapdragon, sweet alyssum, verbena, mnmouth zinnias, dwarfed zinnias. Section B — Perennials: Any numner of the following flowers mny be exhibited or they may be exhibited as single blooms: chrysanthemum, delphinium, gaillardia and verbena (hardy >. Section C Single specimen of the following flowers may be exhibited: roses, dahlias and gltidi olas. Section D—House Plants: The best pot. of the following may be exhibited: begonia, colons, fern, flowering plant, fruit bearing plant, hanging basket, sansevieria, jade, glass window garden. Section E — Winter Bouquets: may lie exhibited in the following arrangements: tall vase, bowl and basket s. Section K—Decorations: Flowers for decorations may be entered in Die following type containers: lull vases, bowls, miniature vases or baskets. Section G -Wild flowers. Mrs. W. K. Hopper, president of Hit Garden c'liib, has the following committee assisting her with the show: chairman, Mrs, Donald Smith; Miss Kuby Hoseberry, Mrs. Hiclianl ('oflceii, Mrs. O. G. Tiplon and Mrs. M. K. Manning. These members of the general committee are helped by other members of tin- club. Kinil Mirlu'Ibuch, 77, Plans Long Trip Kuril Miclielhurh, of the First Na- lioiml Hank, does not look it m>r act it, but he passed his tevriit.s- seventh birthday Sept. G. Mr. Mich- clbuch is making ready to mnl«' a long trip as purl of his vacation, leaving next Monday with his son, Kmll MichHhucli, jr., to attend (In- American I.egion convention in j Host on, Mass. Father and son ucr anticipating a good time on llici Boston trip. Harmony Club at Shipman Meets SHIPMAN, Sept. 10.—(Special.) —The Harmony Community club met Thursday with Mrs. Andrew Holloway. Mrs. Roy Smith of Bunker Hill was assisting hostess Games were played with honors being awarded to Mrs. Virgil Challacombe, Mrs. Henry Brown and Mrs. Vernon Doughty. Refreshments wera served. Bride Showered SHIPMAN. — Mrs. Warren Black and Miss LaVerne Reno en tertained Friday afternoon at the home of the latter with a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs Lloyd Gillespie, who before hei marriage on Aug. 24, was Miss Ruth Reno. Attending were Mrs. Lester Slice, Mrs. Jay Alward and son Leslie, v Mrs. Chester Darr am daughter, Geraldine, Mrs. Willian Stone, Mrs. Paul Reno and daughter, Pauline, Mrs. Lizzie Reno Mrs. Sid Reno, Mrs. Junior Main Mrs. Charles Wood, Miss Beulah Bounds, Mrs. Lloyd Gillespie, Mrs Warren Black, Mrs. N. M Reno and daughter, LaVerne. Games were played and relrcsh- ments were served. Junior Women At Wood River Start Activities Discuss Arrangements for 'Guest Night Sept. 23 on WOOD RIVER, Sept. 10.—At a business meeting last night, attended by 29 members, Wood River Junior Woman's Club opened activities for the year. The meeting was held at Wood River school auditorium at 7:30 o'clock, with the president, Mrs. Charles Fahnestock in charge. Yearbooks which are attractively made up with covers in yellow, the club color, were presented to members and arrangements for guest night on Sept. 23, were discussed. Miss Belle Apple will be in charge of the guest night program, which will be the next meting of the club. Miss Myrtlebelle Jarrett is planning a musical program for that night also. Other business included a decision to have a pastry sale in the near future, and to institute' a "piggy basket" in order to increase funds. The "piggy basket" will he passed to each member who will lake a gift from the basket, pay 25 cents and replace the gift with another. Refreshments were served from a table that had a lace covering and floral center piece of pink garden flowers in a low blue bowl. Hostesses were Miss Belle Apple, Mrs. Joseph Apple and Mrs. John Bacheldor. Struck By Our WOOD RIVKR. Police were notified Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock of an accident on Fifth street involving an automobile nnd bicycle, when Norman Koenneker of 22,'i Penning avenue, who was riding the bicycle, was struck by n car, driven by S, Smith of Hartford, police records show. Smith, a driver for n local laxlcnb com- pnny, was traveling west on Penning avenue and Koenneker was riding his bicycle north on Fifth sired when the collision occurred, according to I he police report, Here from Houston WOOD RIVKR Mrs. J. W. Ll- sniii) and children, Gloria nnd Jackie, and Mrs. J. W. LLsano, xr., of Houston, Tex., arc visiting Mrs. I.isano, jr.'Kj parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. (!. Tiplon, of Whilflaw avenue. They arrived last Wednesday and will -be here for another week. Sunday n picnic was arranged In their honor at Highland which was attended by members of the Tipton family here and Mr. nnd Mrs. H. N. Boyd of Highland. Miss Mnrjorie Tipton, who resides in Houston nt the home of her sister, is here with them on the visit during her vacation. Mrs. Neoly Enters Hospital WOOD RIVE R.—Mrs. Robert Neely, who had been ill for a week at her home, Eighth street and Ferguson avenue, was moved .yesterday by ambulance to Alton Memorial Hospital where she will undergo examination nnd treatment. It was first believed that Mrs. Neely was suffering from in- flamatory rheumatism, but late'r it was thought she might have suffered a fracture of a bone in her foot. Presbyterian Ladles Aid WOOD RIVER —Fall meetings of the Ladies Aid Society of First Presbyterian Church will be resumed Wednesday at a meeting in the church parlors, it has been announced, A potluck luncheon will be served and during the afternoon a business session will be held. All members are invited to attend and plans for the winter will be discussed. Hostesses will be Mrs. Elmer Hudson, Mrs. Wiley Eslinger, Mrs. Margaret -Yager and Mrs. John Biankenship. First Scout Meeting WOOD RIVER—Troop No. 2 of Wood River Girl Scouts, who are under the leadership of Mrs. Henry Mueller, will have their first meeting of the year Wednesday, Sept. 18, Mrs. Mueller announced today. After Sept. 18, the meetings will be held every Wednesday after school at 4 p. m. at the Girl Scout Little House. The meeting next week will be to outline the schedule for the coming year, and to take care of the business on hand. Week-end Visit WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Willis Helmantoler, sr., and son, Willis, jr., and daughter, Letha, of 94 Eckhard avenue, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Helmantoler and son, Damon, of 608 Dulaney avenue, spent the week-end in Metropolis where they visited at the home of Mrs. Letha Mathis and family. They left Friday night and returned home Sunday evening. Leave for Chicago WOOD RIVER—The Rev. and Mrs. Ray C. Johnson left Sunday night after church services for Chicago where they have taken an apartment for the winter while he is attending Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. They will reside in an apartment on Washington boulevard, on the campus of the seminary, and the Rev. Johnson, who is pastor of First Baptist Church, will commute to Wood River on week-ends to fill the pulpit at the church. Mrs. Manning to Entertain WOOD RIVER — Mrs. M. F. Manning of 282 Ninth street will entertain members of the Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary at a meeting at her home Wednesday evening. The meeting will begin at 8 p. m. Collision WOOD RIVER — A collision of two automobiles, Saturday morning at 9:45 o'clock at the intersection of Acton and Third streets, was reported to police. Joseph Pellegrino, a member of a wedding party at St. Bernard's Church, started to drive his car away from the curb at the church when it collided with the automobile of Mrs. Nellie Johnson, who was traveling west on Acton avenue, according to the police report, and slight damage was incurred. Correction WOOD RIVER — Through an error the amount of money taken here in two burglaries over the week-end was incorrectly stated. The total sum should have read about $54 Instead of $125, and the Telegraph is glad to make the correction. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Hayes WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hayes of 815 Alton-Edwardsville road, Wood River, are announcing the birth of their first child, a son. The baby, born Monday nt 6:51 p. m., nt Alton Memorial Hospital, weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. Mrs. Hnyes was before her marriage, Miss Helen WaUace. Hnyes is band instructor for District 104 schools. Catholic Cluli to Meet WOOD RIVKR — A meeting of the Catholic Woman's Club hns been announced for Wednesday afternoon at St. Bernard's hnll. At the business meeting reports will be heard by n committee in charge of purchasing curtains tot the hall. After the business meeting n social time will be enjoyed with bridge and pinochle as the diversion. Hostesses for the aft- Dedication of New Church Held At East Alton Friendship Baptist Congregation Organized Last Spring EAST ALTON, Sept..10.—Dedication service for the new Friendship Baptist Church were held Sunday and attended. by a crowd of 300. Church school at 9:30 a. m., was followed by a preaching service by the Rev. Raleigh Liley, a guest speaker. A basket dinner was served at noon in the church basement. The dedication was held at 2 p. m., and the Rev. C. E. Murray, pastor, gave the address and dedicatory blessing. Supper was served in the church basement and evening services followed at 7:30 o'clock. The new church was organized last spring nnd the Rev. Murray of Poplar Bluff, Mo., came to serve as pastor. The new building was started in May and completed in August, being erected almost entirely by work donated by the members, their relatives and friends. The new church is located on the old St. Louis road at McCasland avenue. Until the new building was in condition for Vise the group held services in the American Legion hall. Picnic at Park EAST ALTON.—A large number of children and adults of the Full Gospel Assembly Church went to Rock Spring Park Sunday for a basket dinner and picnic. The usual church school was held and the congregation went to the park for the remainder of the day. The morning worship service was omitted because of the picnic. Trash Fire EAST ALTON.—A trash fire was ernoon will be Mrs. M. F. Manning, Mrs. Anne Hendy and Mrs. Eugene Fahnenstock. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER—Clarence Lyons of Eckhard avenue, who has been confined to his home for the past, few days because of illness, is reported improved. Lyons is employed at the Western Cartridge Co. Emma Messick of 461 State Aid Road reported to police Sunday afternoon that she had lost her car keys and driver's license, according to police records. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Ditson of Lorena avenue spent the week-end at Palmyra, where they formerly lived. They visited friends and relatives. Miss Juanita Clark has returned to her home in Lafayette, Ky., after a few weeks visit here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Simmons of 348 Conley street. Members of the Ladies Aid of First Baptist Church will sponsor a fried chicken supper next Friday evening at the church. Proceeds of the supper will be contributed to a fund for furnishings for the church. Thursday night members of the class will have a social meeting in the church parlors and after entertainment refreshments will be served. fanned by the high wind, Monday afternoon, nnd caused the fire department to make a run to Ohio avenue. The fire was started in an alley in the rear of a vacant store building between Ohio avenue and Lincoln avenue. The strong winds caused the blaze to begin spreading towards the store building before it was extinguished. (Jrncrnl Baptist Meeting; EAST ALTON.—The Ohio Association of General Baptist churches held a three-day session at the Mount. Gideon Baptist! Church here beginning on Friday- and closing Sunday. The Rev. M. F. Oxford of Cave-in-Rock. moderator, presided and preached the opening sermon. Thirty ministers from churches in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri were present and gave report and also took -part in the program. Six hundred persons were present, including officers from the churches represented. Luncheon was served each day at noon in the church basement. On Sunday at the closing session, the Stamps quartet of St. Louis entertained with a concert. Attend Knciimpmcnt EAST ALTON.— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk and Mrs. Burk's sister, Mrs. H. A. Myers, of Brighton went to Springfield Sunday where they attended the seventy- fourth national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, being held this week. They attended the annual meeting of the National Federated Patriotic Societies at the Abraham Lincoln hotel. Mrs. Burk and Mrs. Myers are charter members of Lovejoy Circle 99, Ladies' of the Grand Army of the Republic, of Brighton. Entertain for Grandmother EAST ALTON.— Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bazzell entertained Sunday at their home on George street, honoring Bazzell's grandmother, Mrs. Adeline Crites of Lutssville, Mo., who is visiting here. Dinner was served at noon. Guests were Mrs. Ethel Bazzell and sons, Richard, Paul and Charles; Mrs. May Basham and sons, Arthur and Clarence; Mrs. Floyd Bazzell a,nd daughter, Barbara Jean, Mrs. Perry ' Brown and daughter, Patricia Ann. Enters Hospital EAST ALTON.— Harry Frazier of Hammond, Ind., who came here a few weeks ago to visit his sister, Mrs. E. F. Cox, entered Barnes Hospital in St. Louis for medical treatment Monday. P. T. A. to Meet EAST ALTON.—The first regular meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association of the East Alton schools will be held at 7:30 p. m., today at the Lincoln school. Mrs. Florence Day, principal of Blair Junior High School, will be the speaker. Her subject will be: "Educating Children to Meet the National Needs of Today." A musical program will also be given and will be followed by a business meeting. East Alton Notes Mrs. Ruby Pence,- who has been seriously ill at All on Memorial Hospital some weeks, has been moved to her home, where she is much imroved. O. J. Poole has returned to Union City, Tenn., after a visit with his sister, Mrs. G. D. Mohundro. Mrs. George Weber, who has been ill several weeks, has entered Alton Memorial Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lynn enter- tained Mrs. Harold Harlan of Alton at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pyle are moving from Lincoln avenue to Grand avenue. Mrs. Ida Shafer spent Sunday at Kane visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Corey. Mr. and Mrs. August Bolhorst, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Woodynrd and Mr. nnd Mrs. Oran Duncan and daughter, Audrey, attended the Bolhorst family reunion at Vandalia Sunday. Joe Bates of Hagaman visited here Sunday. Ivan Smith and sons were In St. Louis Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. August Frey, Miss Cclova Weiss and Roland Weiss attended the Luben family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Meyers at Upper Alton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith entertained Mrs. Smith's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keys, ot Chicago several days last week. Wayne Rhine of Champaign is visiting his mother, Mrs. Etta Rhine. Burbon McPherson has returned to Benton, Mo., after spending the summer with his brother, F. E. McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hale Jones spent the week-end visiting at Hardin. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Cowan have returned after a visit with relatives at Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, Warren Buckles and son, Wade, of Edwardsville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gurley. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lamb, 217 Washington avenue, have chosen the name Janet Ruth for their daughter, born Sept. 3. Betty Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bartels, is ill of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of George street visited William Dawson at White Hall over the weekend. Mrs. Marie Pierce will entertain the Jolly 8 C'ub this evening ta her home on East Alton avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Springer nnd daughters visited Springer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Springer, at Medora Sunday. T-icroy Ferguson is recovering after an illnes; of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John McKee.. jr., visited his parents on the Alton- Jet soy ville road Sunday. Many Quartets in Singing Convention Calvary Baptist Church will have a three-hour musical event next Sunday afternoon when a group of half a dozen or more quartets will come here to participate in singing convention. The meeting is sponsored by the Stamps quartet of St. Louis, which will do its part in the program, but it will have plenty of talent to compete with, and enough to give a nice variety to the program of the convention. It is expected that many quartets in this area will attend and take part in the program Sunday afternoon from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. $«*00 ONE WAY round trip Roomy, smooth-riding SANTA FE TRAILWAVS Buses to CHICAGO save you money. Visit or call your local SANTA FE TRAILWAYS Agent for full travel information; UNION BUS DEPOT 230 E. 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