Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14, 1934 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Carlinville Board Opens Bids On High School Program Kam* CARLINVILLE. -At a special meeting of the board of education held Monday evening, bids for the construction of additions to the Carlinville Community High School program were opened. About 50 persons were present for the opening and tabulation of the bids, including most of the Interested bidders. The board of education and administrative officers were wel pleased with the bids received but will require a few days to study them before reaching a de ciskm due largely to the large number of alternate proposals ircluded in the bidding. Tho low bids on the genera contract were made by Eugene Kennedy of Taylorville with a base bid of $439.300, and J. L. Simmons of Springfield with a base bid of $439,433. Kennedy's bid on all alternates, except one, totaled an additional $62,380, while Simmons' bid on the same alternates totaled an additional $71.295. Low bids on electrical work were made by Blades Electric Company of Decatur with a total bid of $87,217, including all alternates, and Brunkaw Electric Company of Champaign with a total bid of $89,960. Low bids on plumbing and heating were made by the Pet ersburg Plumbing and Heating of Springfield with a total bid of $183,765, including the alternates. Special Services at St. Paul's in Carlinville CARLINVILLE. — St. Paul's Episcopal Church will observe the last days of Holy Week with several special services. On Thursday, the Maundy Thursday Kucharist will be celebrated at 9 a.m. On Friday evening, the Rev. William W. Swift, rector, will speak at the 7:30 p.m. service. Saturday morning, the rector will observe the sixth anniversary of his ordination at the Holy Communion at 9 a.m. Saturday evening, 1he church will observe the first service of Easter with the lighting of the Paschal Candle at 7:30 p.m. Easter morning, the Holy Communion will be celebrated at 7:30 a.m. The Easter Choral Eucharist will be at 10:45 a.m. The choir will be under the direction of Prof. Harold Lowe. The public is invited to all services. Sweden's First Automat Stockholm has its first night- and-day automat and during the early weeks of its operation there was a constant queue of Swedish residents who had to buy something they had forgotten. It has no clerks, but from 200 compartments one can, by inserting the proper coin< buy all sorts of items from coffee and vegetables to electric light bulbs and soap. At . . . Miyir Hurwitz Jiwtlers Parisphere RIFAR! • • MI tit Feathery light, bright bubbles of brilliant white caged in golden-toned threads ,,, French whimsey with fashion flair, One Sphere Bracelet $9.00 Two Sphere Bracelet $9,00 Alww *<" fi "9'$».00 Ternw '«*»*"«• NOME OF IONOEO NOTARY DIAMONDS y ir Mt ten TTiJfWiU 5AVf AT21ZW. 3R05T. Carlinville Board Elects Monday Elmer Loehr Named President for ?th Year CARLINVILLE. _ At an or- Rnnizafion mceling of thr new board of the Carlinvillr Community High School held Monday evening, f:impr I^oehr was reelected president for the seventh consecutive year: Charlrs Ashworth was elected vice president and Robert Davenport, secretary. All three were elected in the school election held Saturday In Carlinville Community Unit Dis trict No. 1 for terms of three years each. Rccilal To Be Presented At Carlinville April 21 CARLINVILLE. _ Dr. Ralph H. Robbins, professor of music at MacMurray College and applied jnusic at Blackburn College, will present a piano recital at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, in Clegg Chape! on the Blackburn campus. Included In the program are selections from Grieg and Liszt. Following the recital, a reception for Dr. Robbins will be given in the parlor of Jones Hall under the auspices of the music department. The public in cordially invited to attend the recital and reception. Bnby Bom In Hospital CARLINVILLE. - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lomelino, Modesto, are parents of a daughter born Tuesday morning at Carlinville Area Hospital. Mrs. Lomelino was formerly Miss Frances Ludwig. Cottage Hills Girl Scouts Postpone Meeting COTTAGE HILLS - Due to Good Friday, the meeting of the Intermediate Girl Scouts here has been postponed, it was announced at the regular meeting at the School Gym Friday. Twelve girls have completed their tenderfoot requirements and received Scout pins. Mrs. toward Oliver and Mrs. Vcrner Tucker supervised the pinning. Those pinned were Roberta Rankin, Stella Turner, Donna Mouser, Judy Hawkins, Linda Tarrant, Sharon Tucker, Sheril Nolan, Wanda Woods, Doris Wiliams Diane Phillips, Delia Doug- s-, 1 and Judy Landers. * Next meeting will be April 23. Mrs. Nancy Stevens of the Area "irl Scout office, attended the ast meeting. KANE Mrs Ivan Fhsckrl- ford went to White Hall Tuesday for several days visit with Mrs. Paul Wilkes Mis. W. R. Jones entertained her bridge cl in Monday at dinner. High score was awarded to Miss Beula Williams. The Keystone Fellowship of the Baptist Church will meet Thursday night On the program committee are Boh F.lmore Everett Ferguson a>H Clift Devening. The refreshment committee is composed of Roland r.reene. Kverrtt Carrico. William Harmon. Several members of Ihr Kane Women's Cluh went to Jerspy- ville Tuesday to attend the 53rd annual meeting of the L'Oth district Illinois Federation of Women's Cluhs which was held at •the Baptist Church. The Panhandle Agricultural 4-H Club met Monday night with Bill and Jim Devening Michael Mourning, president conducted the meeting. Robert and Paul Devening spoke. Miss Lctha Davis, Colorado Springs, Colo., visited Monday and Tuesday tvith Mrs. C. L. ! Hawk. John Watson returned to Quin- ry Tuesday aftfr a visit with his brother, GeorRp Watts. Beverly Jt s an Cumr.iings was i-hristpni'rl Sunday at the Methodist Church. Others who joined were Mr and Mrs. \V. P. Witt .'i.. and sons Ceor^r and Rill. Prssie Marshall. Judy Gary and Mrs. Paul Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Drvening and dauehtrr, Mary, EPS! Hardin. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cumi minsrs were Sunday dinner gtiests jo,' Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cummings. I Mrs. Wayne Wheeler. Mrs. Ed IWeller and Mrs. Mayme Willis attended a formal dinner Monday at !hr Kvaneeliral Church, .Ici-seyvillp. for officers of the 20th district \<omen's clul-s. ! Mr. and Mrs. Orville Guiland- .PC. Mrs. Jack Woods, Miss Biir- I bara Wtxids were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reno. PAGE FfVS Shortage of domestic help In Singapore is causing those In higher income brackets to turn to labor-saving devices and electrical appliances are selline i well. Bethalto WSCS To Meet Thursday I'MH.U.TO Tho Woman's Srx-ioty of C'hfiMiAn Swicr- \vill moot at ti,o Mnhtxlist fhuivh Thursrinv for nn ali-day session «-ith quiltim to start at 10 am «nd the hiisjnrss nirptinir schocl- iilH for 10M5 n . m . wilh , hr president, Mrs. Harold Mcallrv presirtins. SWEDISH BODY MASSAGE 429 Bowman, Ea»t Alton, III. Hour*: 3-d P. M. Daily — 9.9 Saturday* A pot lurk luncheon will he served «f noor,. Mrs. McCaltey, j Mrs. J. c, Farmer, Mrs. Then, Sheppard. 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