Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 18
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PAGE EIGI ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Jersey Auxiliary Cited by Rainbow Girls clnh Wom * n National, State Departments Of Jersey Elect JERSEtVILLE - TV Woman's Auxfliarv of Worthey Post American Legion has been honored by two citations for their work fiifs yenr according to nn nnnoufjcement made at their meeting Monday evening. One award Is from the National Department in rpon'.'nition of the fart thr unit enrolled a 19M mrmlTorsKip equal In or rxrrpfJ- in.C its 1953 mr'mbrvOiip by .Ian 31. The other rcnimrnrtaimn i« (mm the Slate iv-paitnifnt fm- outstanding cooprralion in set-vine disabled veterans in U'orld Wars I arid II nd the Koi-ean conflict, through contributions to the eight point rehabilitation program by Feb. 1. HiRh In District Mrs, Gwendolyn B o y rl of Beardstown, 20th district dirr-M- or, \vho was cuest of honor at Ilic meeliniz, in her talk stntrd that the .ferseyviHp unit was mid hich in (ho district in hcrship and \\-rnl 21 over Its quo- la. In hrr plea for cooperation in Ilir sale of Poppies, Mrs. Boyd told of a veteran in one of the 1 hospitals, one of many who make the poppies for sale, who has no legs, one arm, and only three fingers on the other hand, and has made 32.000 poppies. Mrs. Emma Pou-ol is locnl poppy chairman and plans for Poppy Day in Ma/ were discussed. The large poppies used to decorate the crave of veterans on Memorial Day will he made at the next meeting of the Auxiliary. i The Auxiliary will hold a food sale at Crone Brothers ihe Saturday before Mothers' Day.. It was also announced the the Past President's Parley in May will he held here. April is the month for Pan American Study by the Auxiliary and, in keeping with this assicn- mcnt, Mrs. Elhel Belt presented a travelogue on "Mexico" at the meeting. She was in native costume loaned for the occasion by Mrs. Herman Landon of Culver- City, Calif., formerly Miss Lois Isringhausen of Jerseyville, who wore the dress in a folk dance festival while a student al the University of Saltillo, Old exico, CommlUepg Named The annual potluck supper of the Auxiliary preceded the meeting. Miss Mitzel announced the following committee for May, Vincent Krueger, chairman, Irene Downey, Ruth Blod- gett. Velma Feyprahend. f)ora Klrby. Celin Tonsor. Teresa Srhleper and Clarinda Seago. The committee for the Apri m e e t i n e included, Genevieve Hanley. chairman, Klnora Meek, Charlotte Pritchett, Lena Massey Marearet DP Baum. Margaret Stuckert. Josephine tx?n/, Minnie ffcrold. Jennie \Vood« and Florence Mmvell t'nrrnf* of JKfjs/.vvir.u:. MI. w <i Mrs-. Kenneth fii-ifltys ;ire nn- nomifinn thr> liirth nf n dauRhtrr at 7:17 p.m. April 12 in the Memorial FTospilnl in Alton. The liahy is the fiflh child of the con- plf. Knlors Hospital In Alton .1KRSKYVIU.K. - C. I.. Cook, •Ifrseyville business rnnn, is a pjilienl at the Mcmni inl Hospital in Alton, wlicjr lie entfi-fd Tuesday for liieilii ;il dltrnlitm. Mis* Joan Srarlrs T Worthy Af]vi«fr .lERSKVVIt.r.t-;. The .lerspy- ville Ass-enibly Order of Rainbow for GiiK elerlofl offii-pi-4 for the cornine wmrtcr ,-if th'-ir nn-pting Monday cxnnine. Miss- S'vnIf-- M;IS named worthy adviser; MJ^ My ma Wnllnrc, ^vs'H-iatr wnrlliy mlvis cr; Miss Dons Gmss. charity. Miss Ktinirn Grnlilic. hope, mid Miss Mary Kllen l,;iml<m, faith They will tic installer! May 17 and invilintion will he held May 26. The Rainbows observed Obligatory Sunday hy attending services Sunday at the Presby- Irrinn Church. Forty-three were present and the group received Communion. Telecrnph Want Ads CLICK Parking at Jrrscy .TKRSKYVrLLE. _ During the district convention of the Woman's Cluhs held here Tuesday. Mayor Clem Groppe! granted free parking spar* for all the visitors. Other courtesies extended hy .Terseyville concerns were favors for the pre-convcntion dinner Riven hy Mrs. Robert Sheet*, the Raughmnn Mfg. Co., and Mrs. ' Ooree HoffstPtter of the Jersey j lumber Co., and luncheon fav- i ors presented hy th«» Internation- ! at Shoe Co., Mrs. Frank Fesenmeyer and Art Schlotzhaucr. Atmtmnre Birth of Son JERSKYVILLK. — Mr. and Mrs. John C. Watt of Alturas, Calif., are announcing the birth of a son at 11:45 a.m. April IS THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 in th« hospital in that city. The baby weigher! six and ow-half pounds and is the first child of the couple. He has been named Frank Herbert Watt in honor of his two grandfathers. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Woodrow of .Ter- seyville and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Walt of Northbrook. 111., and his great grandmother is Mrs. William K. Caulfield of Jer- "«—•»- v«ui c*si ** Ul 1/J H TAUTON, MSM., .4>—Juror* fn a Bristol Superior Court session trot * n m <» easy-to-undrrstand hasPhal! lantruagc in thpir instructions from .Tudifp Joseph L. Jlurlcy. -You, who are base- hall fans have seen the umpires . Prior to her marriage Mrs. Watt was Miss Edith Christine Woodrow of Jersey- vine. — ^^•^•MWMHAWM call them as they see them and not awry ft'hom the decision favors. "You, too, are umpires. Call them as you see them. Use yonr common reason and good Judgment." After long experiments a Norwegian firm has developed a plastic fishing float which absorbs no water ever, during deep 1 submersion with heavy Witer i pressure, Oslo reports. It has i several other advantages Over cork floats, being light weight, i retaining its buoyancy and withstanding pressures and joKt to which floats are exposed during operation of purse seines. The material is of small-porous Structure and the pores are wholly separated. 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