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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Baptist Youth Groups Honor Former Carrollton Athletes CARROLLTON — Robert T. Black, 80, of this city was given special recognition for his prowess as a champion bicycle rider in his parly days at the Chrislianity in Athletics dinner mortine Sunday in thp dining room of the Baplist Church. The dinner was sponsored by (he Junior Hi and the Senior Hi BYF groups of which Mrs. Prudence Robinson and Mrs. Joe Cunningham are the leaders. Black was introduced by Jack Kell. fellowship chairman of the Senior Hi group, who presented him with a cane. Other athletes honored were Charles Bishop, 1927, football; Harry Gillingham, 1927, football; Earl Journey, 1<»33, basketball; Joe Cunningham, football, 1933; Neal Gillingham, basketball, 1910; Robert Price, football, 1944; Olin Stead, coach in the local High School in 1930. Other members of the church given honorable mention were Richard Oilier, Richard McLano, Wesley Carpunky, Robert 11. Butler, James Turpin, and Byron Rhoads. The speaker of the evening was Olin Stead, superintendent of the Carrollton Community School Unit and his topic WHS "Chrhlinnily in Sports" and he named a number of famous athletes who are well- known for thr outstanding Christian lives which they Irad. The prugram opened uilh thr singing of "Precious Redeemer" by Roy OsVmrn who played his own guilHr arnompaniment. Oshorn was introduced by Larry Gillingham, who presided as master of ceremonies. The program closed with the showing of a film, "The Measure of a Man." The dining room h'-id been decorated in the sports motif by the members of the Junior Hi group assisted hy Mrs. Donald Allen. Parent* of Son CARROLLTON.-Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of this city are parents of a son, Andrew Lawrence Clark, born Sunday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. This is the third child anrl second snn of the couple. Mrs. Clark is the former Miss Mary Wolfley, daughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Truman Wolfley of Eldred. Clark, who is circuit, clerk of Greene ^County, i« the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Clark of this city. Honored at Birthitiiy Dinner CARROLLTON — David Tucker, who celebrated his birthday Sunday, was guesl of honor at a dinner that evening at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Faith of RocUbridge; Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Geers and sons, and Miss .loann Borlin of this ci!y. Undergoes Surgery CARROLLTON — Mrs. Ben Hart wick. 82, underwent surgery Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital for injuries received in a fall in the yard at her country home Saturday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Hartwick suffered a fractured hip and arm. Carrollton CARROLLTON.— Mr. and Mrs. Thayne King and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sheets spent Sunday in St. Louis and "saw "Seven Wonders of the World" at the Am- Man, 72, Fined For Drunken Driving CARROLLTON.-- Elmore Dean. 72, of White Hall, WHS fined S1T>!> and costs and given a 10-day son- Carrottton Khoury Team »/ Wius First Plavoff Game hassador. Othprs who also at-i tf . n( , n in 1he r , rpf , np County iail tonded the show wore Mr. and whon hp p , OHI | P(1 Rui i, y Fri( ],., v Mrs. T. G. Roady of this city and their house guest, Dr. and Mrs. Ellston Roady, Tallahassee, Fla. Miss Janey Graham, who i« employed in Springfield, spenl the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Graham. Other guests at the Graham home Sunday were: Mrs. Forrest Smith and children of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Norm a Hoskins, Miss Myrtle Greaves and Miss Carolyn Reynolds of this city. Miss Ruth Heraty, R. N., a member of the nursing 'staff at Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville, is spending a three weeks' vacation here with her father, J. Heraty, and other relatives. Miss Heraty and her niece. Miss Janet. Keller, spent, Sunday and Monday in St. Louis with Miss Heraty's sister, Mrs. Mary Cone. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheets of White Hall and their house guests. Mrs. Dorothy Peake. and before County Judge .Tack Al- felrl to a charge of driving a cat while under the influence of in- loxicatine liquor. Missl.illir Hi Irs a Hri<_ r hlou CARROLLTON—Alfcld's Atoms | composed of boys between the ag- i es of T and 0. won their first game I in the Khoury League playoff a! ! Koresl Park in St. Louis Saturday! iiflerntvtti hy defeating a learn i from Ilauk Point, Mo., 10 to 2. (ices for Mi.-s Lillie Patsink, who | didn't open his mail: .lolm dough, son of Dr. and i o> ' f>1 ' ' n Alton last Tuesday were I That, many highway accidents Mrs. D. ('lough, struck out i;;) conducted at the Wnrner Fu-; arc probably caused by people who BRIGHTON! Many Have A > GUtucouiaAndl Zion Women To Complete Don'tKiioicft ! Plails For thicken Supper By HAL BOYI,E MCW YORK .? - Odd fact* a Funeral SPI-V- columnist misht never know if he RKTHALTO — Final plans for Mrs. C. If. Levi, president, an annual chicken supper to lip; will announce two appointments held Sept. 1fi will be made by for the month at the meeting: Honored at Shinvor CARROLLTON. - Miss Kli/n- heth Ann Rnwe, daughter of Mi•. j hai.iers and allowed only two hits, i nplM ' " n »' p in Brighton Tlinrs-j ore slowly going blind and don't and Mrs. Henry Ra\ve of this j Dickie Midkiff, son of Mr. and! r)a . v afternoon al 2 p. m. hy the | knew it. The National Society For Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attack* in Minute*...Relief Lacts for Hour*! Nmr Y.rk. N. T. (S P ««-i«l) —The asthma formola prescribed more than any •ther by doctor* for their private patients U now available to asthma nufferen without prescription. Medical tests proved this formula •lopi asthma attacks in minutes and jives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula i« so effective that it Is the physicians' leading asthma prescription — so safe that now it can be sold — tm'fnout pr*»cripfton — in tiny tablet* tailed PnmaUne®. Primatene opens bronchial tubes, loosens mucous congestion, relieve* taut nervous tension. All this without taking painful injections. The secret is—Primatene combine* 3 medicines (in full prescription strength) fou|d most effective in combination For asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. So look forward to sleep at night and freedom from asthma spasm* . . . srct. Primatene, at any dniRHtor*. Only 8S<-money-back guarantee. daughter, Shirley of Kansas City, and .T. C. Sheets of Yale, la., \vnro guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sheets. Karl Symes returned to his position at Sheet's Pharmacy Monday after a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Symes and family spent a part of their vacation in Wright City, Mo., where they wore guests of Symes' father, Loui.s Symes. Miss Grace Armstrong of Quincy, formerly of this city, is a pa- city, whu is tiring married Sept. 2fl to Martin Schuah, son of K. ,1. Schwab of Shiprnan, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday alter- noon at St. Dennis Hall in Shipman. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Kallal. Mrs. VVilbert. Schwab, Miss Lu7.?.etta Schwab and Miss Nelda Schwaah of Shipman. were guests Saturday of friends in this city. Mrs. George Schmidt and daughter, flail, of Klmhurst were weekend guests of Mrs. Schmidt's brotlier and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Keeley in this city. They also visited Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meade Keeley, both of whom are patients at the Cedar Knoll Nursing Home in Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Wiegami of Alton were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Wiegand's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels. The V/iegands had just returned home from a vacation trip to Canada. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dowdall were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farns- j Airs, .lames Midkiff. nil a home run with two men on. As the result of the win Saturday (he team will return to St. Louis to continue in the playoff fnr the championship. The loam has played 15 games this summer and lost but one. Joe Alfeld is the team manager and J. B. Schnelten, coach. Honored on Birthday CARROLLTON — Jesse Gernigin of this city, who celebrated his birthday Saturday, was honored at a dinner Saturday evening given at the home of his sou and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Gernigin. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie VVeller and family of Kane; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gernigin of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Groves and daughter, Mrs. Haltie Wcller and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Keeley and sons of this city. I 5 Marriage Licenses Issued CARROLLTON.—F i v o marriage licenses were issued over the weekend in the office of Dwight Coonrod. Greene Count}' Rev. John Yiiudt, pastor of Sal-1 The Prevention Of Blindness em Presbyterian Church. Spe- j males that fewer than half of (lie ciiil music was furnished by j one million Americans suffering Miss Marv Ann Weinman. members of the Xion Lutheran Ladies Aid in their meeting at 1 :30 p. m. Wednesday. The Rev. K. J .Kolb, pastor, will speak on "Working with a Purpose' 1 at the meeting. Mrs. Carl Bartols uill give a report from the welfare corn- at'- from glaucoma, a vision-destroy- companierl by Miss Nancy Swan, organist. Pallbearers were Wesley Graul, Richard Taylor, John Hermes. Irving Dingerson, Cornelius Schallenberg, and Harol .. Bockstruck. Interment was in Brighton Cemetery. Church Council to Merl ing ailment, realize they have it. That. South Dakota doesn't require an eye lest for driver's license applicants. That Katzenellenbogen is the longest name in the current Manhattan phone directory. (The man's an accountant, and anybody i trying to forge his signature runs Mrs. Charles Glassmeier. representative to the '/.ion Lutheran'* cornerstone - laying commitlpp; and Mrs. Donnelly Best, representative to the congregation 1 ! dcdirHlinn committee. ISrghi Work on Stand BKTHALTO -Work was start- mittee of the Counc.i of Lutheran led on Ihe church stand for thft Churches. The committee will meet at 7:30 p. m. Sept. 5 at Zion Lutheran. sar, you're wrong. While he is the most famous person ever delivered by this operation, it was Bethallo Homecoming after » meeting of the Couples Club of the Bethalto Presbyterian Church Saturday night. Members of the club were joined for the work project by oth- known 'hundreds of years before cr congretation members. BRIGH 1CN- Members of the the risk of writer's cramp. V Rome's greatest emperor horn. Six of every 100 babies today are caesarean deliveries. Fined For Speeding BKTHALTO — 'Donald M. Hull, 21, Rt. 1, Edwardsville. . ........ . ...... .. _.,_„._. St. John Lvange heal Church | That the pretty lady whose por-j Thllt it was Aclor Dotmld Bukaip ., ifi tines arid costs of 510 for Church council will meet Tues- 1 trait appears on some $100 Cbn- who sairti .. Ex , J( . riencc is wha , you | spp( , dlng bcfore , Tustice of t h« ri r* « r Cmil A » 4 4 U .-._!-..<.... I. _ 1 ! f t ,1-11 t »».» I 1 ' '" ~ day Sept. 4, at the church at 8 p. in. Boy. 6. Has Tooth federate bills was Lucy Halcombe Pickens nf nget Jane Pickens. That a grass cutler shaped like D , „ ,. 'a golf club is now on the market Kcnwvcd V ront l\OStnL f or guys wno want to practice their get while you're looking for some- Peace Wesley Emde Monday I morning. clerk. They were to: Guy Mitch. • . , , ,,., „., ,. j i ell, Kane, and Mrs. Ethel Ford, tient m Passavant Hospital in worth of Gibson Ci y; Mr. «">d Lp(? Jacksonville. Mrs. Russell Dowdall and son of Wh .^ Ha]) Dmi ^ Joy&} v} .^ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hamann and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheets went to Belleville Sunday where they were guests of Hamann's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Inman and son of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex McCann of Jerseyville will spend the weekend in Arkedel- phia, Ark., where they will be guests of Inman's brotlier and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Inrnan. Mrs. Ralph Granquist of Wilmette arrived Saturday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. F. P. Nims and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Nims. Mrs. Robert Hindelang and Mrs. Alan Grant entertained members of their bridge club Monday at the Hindelang home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cox and family of Phoenix, Ariz., who are visiting relatives in Alton, Rochelle, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brannan of Normal. Mrs. Eldred Hough and three children of Austin, Tex., arrived Sunday and are guests of the children's grandmother, Mrs. T. Hough Sr. Eldred Hough will join his family at his mother's home this weekend for a visit. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Whiteman and family went to Eureka Springs, Ark., Sunday to remain until Tuesday. Wendell Kelly of Salt Lake City, Utah, arrived Sunday and is spending a week with his grandmother, Mrs. V. r . C. Kelly at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers. Other guests Sunday at the Geers home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Kelly oil Alton; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Flicke of Barry; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballard and family, Jerseyyille, and Jack Ballard and son? White Hall. Hall, and abelh Wyatt, Roodhouse; James Harold Ransom Jr., and Miss Sharon Kay Clark, both of Roodhouse; Darrell Mansfield and Miss Nancy Griswold, both of White Hall, and Gordon N. McClenning and Miss Margaret Simmons, both of Roodhouse. COTTAGE HILLS. — Russell Zumwalt, 6, -year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Zunnvalt, 54 North Lincoln Avc., was released from the Wood River Township Hospital emergency room after a baby tooth was removed from his nostril early Saturday evening. According to his mother, the child had been lying on the floor watching television and playing with the tooth, which had been pulled a few minutes earlier, when he accidentally dropped the tooth in one nostril. Russell will enter the first grade at Cottage Hills Grade School Wednesday. BrightonGradeJuniorHigh WillOpenThursdayMorning BRIGHTON — School will begin Thursday at the Brighton Grade School and Junior High School. The school lunch room will also open Thursday .and the price of the lunch will be 25 cents. The list of teachers for the two schools is as follows: Charles Siegel, eighth grad;e Mrs. Au- GREAT NUMBER TO gusta Zeigenbein and Mrs. Lorene Cummings, seventh grade, Miss Martha Bentley and Mrs. Nancy Meyer, sixth grade; Mrs. Ellen Siegel, Mrs. Loretta Kuebrich, and Mr. John Rhoads, ifth grade; Mrs. Dorothy Adams and Miss Stella Abischer, ourth grade; Miss Pearl Sarus and Mrs. Lola Swan, third rade; Mi's. Anne Ingham and Mrs. Enola Hall, second grade; Miss Alma Roettgers and M r s. •larriett Wainwright, first grade. New Pastor Honored BRIGHTON — Several fam- lies of the St. Alphonsus parish enjoyed a potluck supper in the ihurch recreation hall Sunday v e n i n g, honoring the Rev. a ate It's the blQ-feoturo, big-value car of the uear I And the Rocket brings you a bigger return on uour Investment at trade-In time I Smart buyer* are buying now! They're buying for new-car •lylc and pleasure during the eumme.r't good driving! They're buying because this is a favorable lime to trade. And once you take a look at the (ads. you'll see ifoaj Oldbwobilc't "88" it your right buy .. . right tntw! i Now'* tho tlmo for action! And with the Rocket Eugine you'll f —. get plenty! You're commanding 230 lioihc|»ow«'i * that steps out iu etyle, will) a powerful safety reserve to call on at any time. And new'* the (mart time to make your move. Your investment bold* when you go over to Olds . . . with an extra-good return • t trade-in time. So, come in and "Itockf.l" away A<«HI ,,. while your present car coii)muiuU » hi^li trading value . . . while there's to much iine driving ahead. *Ht> kf. in ftiitMy.£i ( Ju »nj >"/>•> $K Sviw. O L_DS M OB YOU'RE ALWAYS WElCOMf AT YOUR OLDSMO1ILI OUAIITY OfAlER'S! swings while mowing the lawn, (Why don't they build one shaped like an egg beater, too, so wives can join in the fun?) That while most of us spend our lives trying to understand economics, fewer than 5 per cent of U. S. high school graduates ever took a course in the subject. That Saturday is a more dangerous clay tin: Sunday for motoring. Last year Saturday accidents took 8,320 lives, Sunday 7,410. (And will it make you more careful to know that three out of four accidents happen on dry roads in clear weather?) That U. S. miners dug nearly $66 million in gold from the ground in 1955—but the U. S. government kept nearly S22 billion in gold buried in a hole at Fort Kno.x. That the first self-service "Honor system" restaurant, the Exchange Buffet (the cashier took the cutsomer's word for what he ate), opened here Sept. 4, 1885.,. but no night club or bar has ever tried the system, so far as we know. That the first trip across the United Stales by auto, completed Aug. 31, 1903, took 52 days. (Thanks to traffic jams, it seems to take about the same time today to go across mid-town Manhattan.) That over the years Sammy Kaye spent more than $5,000 for the 10,000 batons he has given away on his "so you want to lead a band" contests. That the average American farmer, who in 1900 raised enough food to supply six other persons, now (according to the U. S. Department of Agriculture) raises enough to feed IS persons besides Your Headquarters for LEWS YOUR LEVI HEADQUARTERS 321 Idle St. Downtown, Alton 14*2 Washington, Upper Alton • 36 E. Ferguson, Wood River. II!. • 5928 Easton Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Charles Englum, new pastor of! himself.. .Yeah, but how many of he parish. Father Englum re-j those IS actually get most of their ::ently came to Brighton from nourishment from drugstore pills? Auburn, 111., where he served as administrator of St. Benedict's Church and the Mission Church of St. Joseph at Chatham. Father Philip Newman, former pastor of the parish, who is retiring, was also a special guest at Sunday night's gathering. OKS Initiate* Cla.vs BRIGHTON — Mrs. Sarah Rodgers and Edwin Polster were initiated into the Order of Easter Star last week. After the meeting refreshments were served and Mrs. William Bates, worthy matron, was honored on the occasion of her birthday. At the next meeting on Sept. 18, "Brothers Night" will be observed. Initiation will be held again on Sept. 25. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON —Mr. and Mrs. William A/bell of Waverly, Iowa, and children are here for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Myers. They and their children, Marilyn. Bonnie, and Norman, have been in Laramie, Wyo., where Mr. A/bell attended the University of Wyoming for five weeks. Mr. Azbell is head of the physics department of Warlburg College til Waverly. la. Mrs. Ed Plumpe. Guy, and Gretchen, have returned to their home in Ferguson, Mo., after spending a few days with Mrs. Plunipe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ash. Mr. and Mrs. William Av.bel! and family of Waverly, Iowa, and Mrs. Myrtle Myers visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Myers and family in Ferguson. Mo. 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