Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 31, 1956 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 31, 1956
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVB Opening Day 459 Students Registered At Brighton Grade, Junior High BRIGl-FTON. — School opened Thursday morning at Brighton Grade and Junior High School. Total students registered at both buildings was 459, with 267 at the Junior high and 192 at the grade school. Registration by grades wasi first, 57; second, 54; third, 50; fourth, 62; fifth, 78; sixth. 70; seventh, 41; eighth, 47. „ The fourth grade Is divided, with one group at the grade school building and the other at the junior high building. The fifth and sixth grades from Medora are transported to Brighton to the junior high building. Church Ywiith to Meet BRIGHTONl-The Senior and Junior Youth Fellowships of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the church. There will be a potluck supper for members and parents who are interested in helping with the Youth Fellowship. Following supper each group will hold election of officers and make plans for the coming year. Church Servire* BRIGHTON.—The Assembly of God Church will hold services Sunday !n Legion Hall. Sunday school, 10 a.m., worship at 11, ?.nd evening service at 8 o'clock. Rev. Russell Eddinger, pastor. The Rev. Kenneth G. Bower, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, has returned from vacation, and morning worship will be at 10 o'clock. Sunday school, 9 a.m. St. Alphonsus' Church will have masses at 8 and 10 a.m. Father Charles Englum, celebrant. The Rev. Harvey Meckfessel, - pastor of St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church, has chosen as title of his sermon: "My Great Employer," for morning worship at 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m. at St. Paul Methodist Church morning worship, 10:40, and MYF Monday at 7 p.m. Rev. Leo A. Mabry, pastor. Choir to Rehearse BRIGHTON.—The youth choir of Firs£ Presbyterian Church will begin choir rehearsals Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m., at the church. The primary choir wil not begin rehearsals until the Carrollton Carroltton Note* CARROLLTON-Mr. and Mr*. Walter Mllnes of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Carl HutchenS of Kane returned home Wednesday Torn DuQuoin where they had been since Monday attending the fair. Mrs. Ralph Haven and daughters, Mar;' Ann and Linda, and son, Dale of Phoenix, Ariz., are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Howard of this city and%f friends in Greenfield. Mrs. Howard and her guests, Mrs. Haven and daughters and Mrs. Elta Wagner of Greenfield, vver&to St. Louis Wednesday evening where they attended the Municipal Opera. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Costley Mrs. John Costley, and Mrs. Martin Bryma» of Carlinville were dinner guests Wednesday eves ning of Mrs. F. P. Nims and Mr and Mrs. James Nims. ' Victor Sanderson returned to Chicago Friday after a week's visit here with his sisters, Mrs Vernon Johnson and Mrs. Ben Eldred. Mrs. Max Schuler, Mrs. Leo Voss and Mrs. E. A. Gaffney o; Alton were guests Wednesday o: their aunts, Mrs. T. H. Linn ant Mrs. David Linn. P. A. Gotway of Woodson is spending a few days here with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. George Green. Dr. and Mrs. Elision Road> and family who have been visit ing Dr. Roady's parents, Mr. an< Mrs. T. G. Roady, left Wednes day to retum to their home in Tallahassee, Fla. Dr. and Mrs. David Linn and daughter of Poplar Bluff, Mo. arrived Friday to spend a few days with Linn's mother, Mrs T. H. Linn. Francis Geers of this city and nephew, Wendell Kelly of Sal I^ke City, Utah, attended th ball game in St. Louis Wednes day evening. British farmers have lost 23,10 workers in a year to better-pay ing city jobs. first part of October. Home From Vacation BRIGHTON. — The Rev anc Mrs. Kenneth G. Bower and chil dren, Spencer, Dena, Nathan and Don, have returned from i month's vacation in Albany ani Schenectady, N. Y., where the> have been visiting friends an relatives. To Resume Duties BRIGHTON.—Mrs. Sam Car dinal will resume her duties a: correspondent to the Telegrapl Sept. 1. Those with news item can call her at Brighton 124R. VrsiVru Sinn Stores OM Locoriea Only at §04-04 Ernt Broadway SUK* 1924 ierweg* Oak and Spring Street* PENNY LOAFERS JtlSMhe thin* for All Leather Uppers $4.« Mei't Reverse Leather WORK SHOES 1*5 $l.t5 HATS for School Big setecrtosj. Stoi 4 to t. Lower Priced '1 ft $3.97 MEN'S CANVAS OXFORDS Ideal for Fall outing* Children 1 ! Sites S to 11—11'A Jo 3—$1.99 Save i On Ladies 9 Dress Shoes Ntw ShlpnwnU! N«w Styles! SEVEN REGISTRANTS from the Edwardsville draft board area left for Army induction this morning in St. Louis. They are, left to right (back row), Vernon Mindrun, Alhambra; .David Meier and Bob Henry, Collinsville, and Kenneth Bartels, Front row, Elroy Deming, Worden; Gene Augustine of Highland and Bernell Augustine, Pocahontas, the latter a volunteer. Three Tri-Cities selectees left with the group.—Staff Ph;ito. Same As Last Year 600 Enrolled Opening Day In Bunker Hill Schools Nearly 1,000 more males than females were born among the European population of South Af rica in the first half of 1956, Pretoria reports. Staff Changes Announced In 3 Telegraph Bureaus Several shifts have been made t church and cluh news from both recently in the Wood River and nflws bureaus of! East Alton In other and Wood River, shifts. George T. Edwardsville n....o » U ii.» U o «•.... .. . , ., Leighty, now chief of the paper s the Tplearaph. om> staff member Wood ^ jver bureatl- will bc mov . has resigned and another has' ed Io the Alton offi( . e , vhere he bern employed. | W ju f ji] 1he newly-r.reated full- Mrs. J o2a n Camp of 409] time post of assistant to the Oak Dr.. East Alton, join- \ state editor, Lowell C. Seitzing- ed the staff at Wood River Wed-' er - nesday to fill the vacancy to be Leigliiy's new duties will be made' Sept. 8 by the resignation ; visiting communities in the Tele- of Mrs. Harriet Hines, who has been employed in the office since it was established in 1948. Mrs. Hines will leave Wood River Sept. 8 to join her husband C. Mark Hines, in Newport News, Va., where he has been since earlier in the month. He was transferred to the Yorktown Refinery of the American Oil Co., a Standard subsidiary. graph's area, developing feature stories about them and covering "spot" stories in which local correspondents need assistance. Ron Lawrence, formerly of. the Wood River bureau but recently shifted to Edwardsville, will return to Wood River as chief of bureau. Mel Wiener, formerly a reporter in the Wood River bureau, has been moved j to Edwardsville and his place The Hines home'at 666 Leslie will bo taken in Wood River by Ave., has been purchased by (Harry Thiel, who recently re- Mr, and Mrs. Edward M. Meehan of 604 N. First St. For the past 18 months Mrs. Camp has been the East Alton Correspondent for the Wood River Journal and previous to that worked on papers in Michigan. She will be jn the Telegraph bureau, 21 E. Acton Ave., each day from 8 a m. to 3 p. m. writing social, personal, lodge, placed him at Bethalto. Thiel will remain at Bethalto until a replacement lias been employed. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" SAVINGS plus high dividends ADVANTAGE* OF SAVING WITH PIASA BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION 1. AVAILABILITY OF SAVINGS 2. SAFETY AND SECURITY 3. HIGH DIVIDEND RATI Ask about on. available (taring* plan* — Either * telephone call or a penvnil visit to our office will bring prompt, courteous answer* to nny of your questions. PIASA BUILDING - LOAN ASS'H. Third and State Streets Phone 3-3?31 A<!<!<ninls insured up to 810,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Alton's Oldest Association. Since 1887 BUNKER HILL. — Enrollment in Community Unit 8 Schools to- talled 600 as students started back to school this week. This is the same number of students as last year. Bunker Hill Grade School enrollment and teachers are as follows : First grade, teachers — Miss Dorris Gabriel and Mrs. E. Gene Behrens — 44; second grade, teachers — Miss Freda Keirle and Mrs. Mary Chulick — 47; third grade, teachers — Mrs. Jennie Denutte and Miss Claribel Seim — 57; fourth grade, teachers —Mrs. Joyce Ashby and Mrs. Jacquelyn Crane — 47; fifth grade, teachers — Mrs. Virginia Morgan and Mrs. Ola Nitz—48; sixth grade, teachers — Mrs. Imogene Theobald and Miss Nellie Mize — 38; seventh grade, teachers — Mrs. Claire Clein and David Golike — 45; eighth grade, teachers — Miss Florence Seim and Maurice Hemphill — 67. Mrs. Kenneth teter is substituting for Mr. Hemphill, one of the eighth grade teachers, until he receives his discharge from the Armed Forces. Woodburn Grade School, teachers — Mrs. Mildred Pullen and Mrs. Laura Snedeker — 53 students. High school enrollment was 154. There were 40 freshmen, 34 sophomores, 37 juniors, and 43 seniors. Teachers in high school are F. A. Rich, superintendent; Paul Wisch, principal; Leland Ashby, Marvin Clein, Glenn Johnson, Robert Griffin, Mrs. Lola Lavis, Miss Betty Bates, Miss Violet Murphy, Mrs. Helen Myers, Mrs. Ruth Shouse, Miss Elizabeth Sutton, and Miss Charlyne Koch. Home from low* BUNKER HILL. — Mr. and Mrs. Merle Emery returned home Wednesday night from West Liberty. la. Mrs. Charles Sneeringer accompanied them home after visiting the past 10 days In Iowa with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sneeringer. Doii Myatt accompanied the Emerys* to Iowa and remained there and will help his father-in-law, Charles Snser- inger of Bunker HU1, who is building a new home for Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sneeringer in WesV] Liberty. Club Entertained BUNKER HILL. — The Social Community Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Johnson, with nine members and one guest present. A short business meeting was held after which games were played. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Albert Keirle. Mrs. Harry Morrison Sr., and Mrs. Clarence Schultz. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the following: Mrs. William Komnick, Mrs. Otto Keirle, Mrs. Albert Keirle, Mrs. Walter Olmstead, Mrs. B. F. Plager, Mrs. Harry Morrison Sr., Mrs. Frank Gerdes, Mrs. Harry Janes, and the guest, Mrs. Clarence Schultz of Flaeger, Fla. The club will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Janes in September. For Little Guys Little guys call this frame "Super!" It's sturdy, good-looking and smart. Send your little guy back to school proud as a peacock with a frame like Dad's. You get a better pair of glasses for less from Ostertag, Bar Association Relaxes Its Stand DALLAS w—The American Bar Assn., may relax its longtime stand against picture taking and radio-TV broadcasting in courtrooms, an official of the ABA said Thursday. Richard P. Tinkham, chairman of the association's public relations committee, said in an interview that a special committee on canons of ethics of the American Bar Foundation is studying the problem and is expected to issue a report at the next annual meeting of the ABA. Tinkham is a delegate to the association's annual meeting which ends today. Beggar* "For Love of It" A survey just completed among the 2,000 beggars in Lucknow, India, showed that some of them chose the profession "just for the love of it." Many of these were well educated persons. Others asserted that they had "inherited" the trade. Colors: charcoal brown cordovan cadet blue —derni-blond OSTERTAG 606 EAST BROADWAY ELFGEN BlDG., ALTON, ILL NOTICE CHANGE IN OFFICE HOURS This association is cooperating with suggestions made and will have the following office hours. Starting FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, we will remain open until 6 P. M. and close on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. Each week thereafter our hours will be: MONDAY thru THURSDAY - 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. SATURDAY - Closed HOME BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION BROADWAY AT ALTON, ILL. A. E. ERNST, Pres. PIASA ST. 3-7781 H. EDWARD MEYER, Sec'y. FRIGIDAIRE LEADS THE WAY! WITH ALL PRICES BASED ON CARLOAD BUYING AND THE FINEST LINE OF APPLIANCES ON THE MARKET! New Savings and Loan Hours in East Alton EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 WE WILL BEGIN OBSERVANCE OF THE FOLLOWING HOURS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 9:00 A. M. - 4:30 P. M. FRIDAY 9KK> A. M. - 6:00 P. M. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY This change of hours is (ho result of considerable study of the matter taking into consideration the gene/al trond throughout the state and country, tho working condition* in our office* and tho necessity of complying with governmental regulations concerning on individual'* working hours, with foremost in our minds, giving complete and satisfactory service. CITIZENS SAVING & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF EAST ALTON This ctunnlngly * t y I e d 1956 Frigidaire Refrigerator i» typical of the many Frigidaire high-quality refrigerator valu«« we now offer you—in sizes to fit every family'* need*. • 101 cu. ft capacity • Full width freezer chest • Full width porcelain hy- di'Hlor • Full width chill drawer • Smart new color interior • Famous frigidalrc com- prenor. Only 199 .95 AND YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR THIS BEAUTIFUL 40-INCH ELECTRIC RANGE MEANS COOLER COOKING • New, high, full width back panel • Full width fluorescent cooking top lamp • Cook-master oven clock control, cooks oven meals automatically • All porcelain inside and out • New, big, even-heat oven, porcelain finished • lig storage drawer rolls quiatly on nylon rollers • Radiantube 5 speed burners CONVENIENT TERMS-- If You Wish We Can Finance Through the WEDGE BANK PLAN EAST ALTON SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITCS TILL • P. 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