Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 20
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
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PAGfc TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ety... Miss Mr. flnd Mrs. \V. l-onis Richards of Kane and Carrolllon. are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Mary Louis, (0 Williflm P. Gilmoie, son of Mrs. Ha! S. fj II more and the late Mr. Gilmore of Rood house. Miss Richards graduated from Carrolllon High School and attended Miss Mickey's Secretarial School. St. Louis, Kureka College. Kureka, III., whore she was « member of Phi Omega Soiwily. and th« University of Miami where she was a member of Delta Gamma Sorority. Mr. Gilmore graduated from Roodhouse High School and attended the University of Illinois. He received his discharge from the Army in February, 1953, The wedding will take place in early summer. Memorial Nnr*t>* Alumni In Meeting Alton Memorial Hospital Nurses Alumni Association, at a meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Harlnn Boedeker, 506 Milton Rd., caught up on news of alumnae members from out-of-town through letters Tead at the meeting. It is a custom of the association for out-oMown members to send letters in the spring and two of those received recently from Mrs. Esther Kd- wards, Kokomo, Ind., and Mrs. Olin Scott, Pacific, Mo., were read at the meeting last night. Announcement was made of a rummage sale to he held April 30, at 517 Belle St., and of the approaching American Nurses Association meeting in Chicago, the week of April 25. Miss Elinor Crabtree will represent the Alumni Association at the convention. Plans were also discussed for the Christmas bazaar. Following the business meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Boedeker. assisted by Mrs. Robert Boyd, Mrs. Rayburn Ray and Mrs. Mary Greenwald. The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Boyd, 2729 Hillcrest Ave., with Mrs. James Sawyer, Mrs. Wil- hurn Hamilton, and Mrs. Don Purcell as assistant hostesses. Kuntxtnan-Trn ve r» Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Kverelt Travers of Shipman are announcing the marriage of their youngest daughter; Geraldine, 10 William Kuntzman Jr., son of Mr. antl Mrs. William Kuntzman Sr., of Carlinville. The couple wore ma fried Friday morning, April 9 in Corinth, Miss., in a single ring ceremony. The bride WHS attired in a navy blue bolero suit with ml accessories. Mrs. Kuntzman graduated from Shipman High School in 1953 and is employed at Men- iefle'i grocery store, Shipman. Mr. Kuntzman graduated from Carlinville High School in 1953 and has been employed as a carpenter in Carlinville, The couple will make their home in Shipman. Keirle-Habum Rehearsal Dinner Miss Agnes Keirle and Miss Carrie Fahrig of 1118 Hunter Court will entertain with a buffet rehearsal dinner Friday, honoring their nephew, Glenn A. Keirle, and Miss Marilyn Habum, whose marriage will take place Saturday, April 17, at 2 o'clock in the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Eighth and Henry streets. The table will be centered with an ar- ragement of spring blossoms. Mrs, Gordon C. Keirle and Miss Mabel Knoche will assist the hostesses in serving. Relatives and friends are invited to the wedding. Hou*ettarmliiK fur Couple Monday Night Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hopper of Route 1, Grafton, were honored with a surprise housewarming Monday by neighbors of the area. Mr. and Mrs. Hopper recently rnovrd to HIP Grafton address from J.VJ Ai ton Ave., Wood River. Among the group ai the parly wer» Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Long, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gitippel, Mr. «nd Mrs. Charles Giop- pej, Harry Edwards, Elaine Thompson, Harry HeaJey, Ben Dabbs, P. L. Crull, Pearl Stoti. Roy Schallenburg, W. C. Williams, jMr. and Mrs. Herbert Dabbs and Esther, Mrs. Amy SfcAvoy, Mrs. Ray Gioppel and Slunley jmd Judy, Earnest Pabb*. Mrs. Phillip William* »nd Mn. Maux Weineke. of f'nrfie* KV»r MM MrBnrney Miss Martha Ann McBurney. whose marriage to Harry Paul Matrrne Jr.. Clayton. Mo . will take place April :'!. at -\ :.\n o'clock ffl First Presbyterian Churrh. wsj guesi of honor at a series of social events dtirinc the past two weeks. Mrs. Oliver Fun-i h. 7.Y_'8 Parkdale. St. I/niis was hosi. rss to a drssei t-hrirltre and personal shower March .'III. and Mrs. .Joseph W. W right of IK'S Warren St.. entertainer) with » luncheon and miscellaneous shower April 3. Mrs. Kir'iy Scibenthal ga\r a d»v-,scrt-bridpe party at Hotel Stratford April fi. and Miss Mc- Btirney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James K. MrBurney ol 414 Prospect St.. received Kids for thr bathroom of her new home. Miss Carolyn Qua vie of SI. Ixnils, entertained with a personal shower for the prospective bride April 8. Mr. and Mrs. Kmil H. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. William K. Dick were hosts and hostesses to n dinner April 10, honoring Miss MrBurney anrl her fiance. The dinner was given nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kmil H. Dick, 1208 Jjignn St. Mica. mu,v HAM oitn. Announcement is being made of the marriage of Billy M. Halford, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Ray W. Halford, 3UK5 Mayfield AVP., and Miss Diane Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roth, Fernsdale, Mich., which took place nt Bainhridge, Md., with Chaplain Curtis officiating, March 20. Hnlford attended Alton High School, and enlisted in the Navy March 5, 105X and Miss Roth graduated from Ferns- dale High School in June, Ifl. r i2, and shortly afterwards joined the WAVKS. Mr. Hnlford and bride, who are attending Hospital Corps School in Bainbriclgc, plan to locate in Alton after their separation from service. AI the. present time they are residing at. Pe-rryvillc, Md. Miscellaneous Shower Fur I ,C<IIIH ilnlinsiin Mrs. Kdwin Roinkr. Mrs. Victor Krnmer and Shirley Kehr of Bunker Hill were hosi- esscs to a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening entertaining at the home of Mrs. Ches- lor Kehr for Miss Leona Johnson whose marriage to Ray Myers will take place April '.M. The gifts were arranged on a tnble beneath an umbrella adorned with aqua and yellow streamers, Games provided enlorliiin- ment, and towards the close of the evening refreshments wore served. Pri/es were awarded 1o Mrs. Mnxinc Woods, Mrs, Lyilin Kehr, Mrs. Hnns Brtiss, Mrs, Gerry Dpisienhorsi, Mrs. Margarel Musgrove, Mrs. Helen Myers. Mrs. Dolores 7.«ll and Miss Audrey Rust. Ailull l)f|»o| Huh Members' Merlin); Adult members of Alton Depot Club will have a meeting tonight at S o'clock at the Depot . Adull members are asked to bring friends in order to acquaint them with the club's «r- tivitics. Kebekulis to Kiitrrtnln Ulhtrirl Oilier-™ Alton Hpbrkah Lodge will meet Friday rveniiiR at Hie Temple building on Ka-i Broadway Twenty-sixth District officers will lip KUC-.IS. Thrift-Hick' Mrrllnj; With .Mrs. nirrigiui Mrs. Jin k Carri'Mii of 'JTiir, Palmer Ave . had «s KUC>I> Wednesday night members o( Mir Thrift-dies Club. During the evening Mrs. M. M. Krvi/i and .Mrs. Krnr>i Siarkcv wen- ace opted into the club. Bunco was played. and lunch was served after i-lub pri/es wcie awHi-dcd to Mis Virnil Scot I. Mrs. Jfick Kiclii.s. MI-I. |;i-\ in . Mrs. ri«lpb Owen ;mr| .Mrs. Jack Ciirriyan. Mrs. Howard C'aniiMii. IT. siding HI ')()S SI. UMUS ,\ u , Kii.s-l Alton, will entertain Hi club at us next Mrs. .lolin Kolilit/. At Travel Club Mectiiij; Members of the Travel Hub were guests Wednesday night of Mrs. l,ev\is y. Smith ,, M ,i Mrs. K. F. Paul, who entertained at the home of Mrs Smith. 424 Kast Fourth St. Mrs. John Koldit/ .spoke anrl dis. played articles made in the physical therapy department. Alton Stale Hospital. Mrs. Women's Club Industrial fVurses To Tour Brewery Final regular mrefjnp for the year of the Industrial Section Tenth District. Illinois State Nurses' Association will be hold Wednesday. April 21. at the SMC Rrewery. Twelfth street Helleville. The group u-i|| tnff't al 7:'!0 p m. for Ihe lour and afterwards a business meeting will be held al the brewery. Reservations for the tour are bring receiver! by Mrs. Helen K. Charpr-ntier. H N.. n Farthing Lane. f>lle- ville. Mrs. Charpenlier may bf reached during Ihe day nt the American /.inc. Co., Monsanto. Mrs. Cbarpentier, chairman of the Industrial Nurses Section. Tenth District. Illinois Slate Nurse-:' Association, will he a delrjjate to the biennial convention of the American Nurses' Association April L' in Chicago. Churches Naomi Circle of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church will have * pastry sale Saturday. April 17, In Sears Tloebtick & Co., garden shop. William K. Miller spoke in the interest of the Alton Depot Club. Mr?. Smith and Mrs. Paul served refreshments. Mrs. n. K. Purl will he hostess to the club in May. MlM riilrlcla llonnrnl nt Shower Miss Patricia Davis, fiancee of Pvt. Russell Olflham, was Riiest of honor at a pro-nuptial parly Wednesday night given by Miss Ila/el Maddux and Mrs. Richard Stewart a I the. lalter's home, B12 Kast .Sixteenth SI. Twenty-five guests were present and enjoyed games. Mrs, Maynard Lister, Mrs. Robert Oldbnm, Mrs. William C. Bols- r-r Jr., anrl Mrs. Maurice Kennedy were recipients of pri/es. Gifts for use in the kitchen of her now home were presented to Miss Davis. Packages containing the gifts were arranged in a large wash basket decorated wilh .yellow and while streamers and clothes pins. Buffel supper WHS served at a late hour, and the table was centered by a white cupiri vase filled with yellow and while spring flowers, anrl on either side of Ihe vase were matching while candelabra. Mrs. K. L. Gaines, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Sally York and Mrs. G, C. Davis nssisled the hostesses in .serving. Kirn. Arthur Kntvlaml Hn*tr*K to Club Mrs. Arthur Rowland, 510 Knslon Ave., was hostess to night. After a sliort business meeting, bunco wns pliiyed, nnd refreshments were sei-xed nl a lute hour. Mrs. Lnmnr Craig, Mrs. Kl- nier Gross, Mrs. Kvcro'l Rncus, Mrs. Ralph Bai'iis and Mrs. Glenn Bean received pri/es. On May 4 Mrs. C. W. Read will enlerttiin the group. Klmtrrgnrton Viirt.v At ConNerviitnr.v Students of the .lessen T\lu- sical Kindergtirlen at '.'ti'Jl College Ave,, enjoyed nn Kasler p;irly from 9::iO lo 11 :,'Hl o'clock this morning. Due to the vvenlher. nn K»s- ter CKK hunt \vi\s held indoor.--. Seasonal favors were received by Ihe children. Classes will he held ns sclwl- uled on Tuesd/iy. Mi's. Mllncr Monies* To l,iil-.\ IMIII Cluli Mrs. Hurry Milner of I'.MW I'niim Si,, ",-tve a parly Wed- nesrliiy night, nnd had ns uuesls members of the Lol-A-Fun Club. Hnnco wns pln.ved, nnd towards the close of the ove- mnn lunch wns served. Mrs. P;ml Stevenson. Mrs. Pniil DoiiKl.'i.s, Mrs. Harry Milner, Mrs. Cliiuile Youn«. Mrs. Rnlidi Auce and Mrs. John K. Jiu-ohy received pri/es. Mrs. Dal i'nce. r.'lin I'nion St.. vvill h;ue Ihe club ns guest April L'fl. IMIss |.||,i c,, v To Wed Sittiirilii.v Mis. Luiiise Cos of :!17 Kohi -\ place. Ko\an». is iinnouiu-ini; the ciu:nt;i'niciii ;uul iipprotich- iiiL, 1 niiuiia^c of her (l.'iiichlcr. Miss l.ila Pauline Co\. m JJ. \\'. McCain of Highland, 111. The vvi'dihim will lake place Slum-day. April 17 in the First r?iipnst Church. Highland, with I be Rev, Jack limun nflicmt- I'rosiii-clivi 1 llriile Ucinorcil ui I'arl y Mi^s Jeaiiennp U'ol. daiiu-liler of Mr. find Mrs.' Kr\v in Wosti'rhold of Fai-min^ion. Mo., was guesl of honor' al -i shower given Sunday \)\ her aunt. Mrs. Klmer \\'csjerhold and grandmother. Mrs. Kinma Weslerhold at Liberty Prairie Community Rooms Miss Weslerhold, urnnd- dauKhlor ol (ho Rev. and Mrs W. G. Brupgmnnn of Alton, will lie married to Waller Haijer nl Chicago, cm June M. -.Miv< Wi-si ei'holfl is a .x,-ni(ir al \'a|. paraiso t'nivcrsiiy. Vfi|rw'r;iiM>. Ind.. anrl vvill he Kraduated in May. The couple plair'To reside in Washingion. D. C. t afler 'heir marriage, Personal Notes THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 Mrs. Roy Elliott Re-Elected Head Voting Wo m P n'« Cltin * Officer* MR. AND MRS. RUDOLPH SUHRE of Hamol will rnlrbralo thr-ir golden wedding anniversary wilh an open house Sunday afternoon and evening held in the Salem Parish Hnll in AJhnmhra. Guests are invited to rail from 2 lr> 'I in the afternoon and 7 to f? in Ihe evening. Announcement* of Births Missionary Guest Speaker Monday Mrs. Roy C. Elliott wa« reelected president of Alton Young Women's Club Wednesday night. led will be seated at the club's annua' banquet to be held May 12 at Ihe Young Women's Christian Association. Other officers for ltf>4-195!i elected last evening are Mrs. Ray W. Bockman. vice-president; Mrs. J. M. Caspar, corresponding secretary: Mrs. John Frerirhs, record'ns secretary; Mr*. Edward H. Paelt/. treasurer; Mrs. Maurice Wickrn- hauser, social chairman; Miss Wilma Fahronhorst, f i n a n e P. chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Peirick, membership chairman. Mrs. Elliott will attend the annual convention of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs May ?>, 4. 5. and fi in Chicago. The Hub has awarded two camperships, one to a girl to attend scout camp and another fnr a girl to attend Camp Talahi this summer. Mr s . V'u-kenhausrr and mem- Rev. Mother M. Teresa of the I>«tulin* Convent and Mother M. Mildred, principal of Marquetfe High School, will attend a meeting of the World Federation of Catholic Young Women and Girls at Manhattanville College. New York, April 21 through 24. While in the cast Rev. Mother Teresa and Mother Mildred will be guests at the Ursuline College at New Rochelle. N. Y. Mrs. D. W. Norton of Poori: is visiting her daughter in*. Robert GMdrs. 1831 E\ Gorman, student at S' Benedict's College. Atehisor '.. is spending the Eastr Gorman of 502 Beacon St. Miss Ruth Woods, daughter r Mr. and Mrs. Leo B. Woods ., Godfrey, is spending the Easte holidays with her parents. Sh. is a student at McKrndipe Col lege, Lebanon, III. Miss Shirley Beckrnan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Reckman, and a student at the University of Illinois, will spend Faster a* home. The Jenny Timmer- meier and Betty Timmermeier of West Alton, and the Misses Dot Timme and Dot Laramie of Florissant. Mo., are leaving Friday for the south, planning to Mrs. Eugene Grau, furloughed missionary from British Togo- Innrl, Gold Coast, West Africa, will he guest spekaer al the Evangelical and Reformed Church, F.lchlh anrl Henry Sis., on Kasler Monday. The talk will he a hart of a program which will follow an annual Easter Monday luncheon nl the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Luncheon will be server! at 12::i(l o'clock wilh the Guild of the church in charge. Reservations are being received by Mrs. John II. Spaniol, <)2fi East Seventh St. Mr. and Mrs. Gnm and family have been in Africa since. December, l!).|fi. They arc working as missionaries of the Evangelical anrl Reformed Church with Ihe Ewe Presbyterian Church of Togoland, Gold Coast. Mrs. Grau was an executive member of Ihe women's work commilee of Ihe Ewe chun-h. plin of flU Willard St.. are announcing the birlh of a son at \:->X a.m. Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Charles L. Robertson. 2R19 Brown St.. are parents of a son born al 3:20 a.m. Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital weighing right pounds, si\ ounces. Mr. anrf Mrs. Robertson have another .son, Johnny, .1. The name of Ricky Norman has hern chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Slrunk of liOO South Ninth St.. Wood River, for a .son. horn at !)::>!! a.m. Wednesday in SI. Joseph's Hospital. The baby] " ;econd child and son, five pounds, 10 ounces, son. Ronnie, is 5. Mr. and Airs, of 12S Fourth St.. are parents of n son. woighii., seven pounds. The baby was born al KM a.m., today in St. Joseph's Hospiliil. A son. weighing four pounds and 15 ounces, was horn pro- mnturely at A :05 a.m. today in SI. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McCoy of Grafton. club's banquet. For entertainment last evening Mrs. William McDonald, a club member and a sixth grade teacher al Roosevelt school, presented her pupils in a square dance demonstration in Ihe gymnasium of the Young Women's Christian Association. After (lie demonstration rc- rre.shmenls were served by Mrs. Elmer Wunrlerlich. Mrs. James Zito. Mrs. R. A. Stiles nnd Mrs. William Tbiele. Plan Special Events At. Foster Baptist FOSTERBURG -There will be several special events in observance of Easter al the Bap- list Church here over the weekend. An Easier egg hunt vvill he held al Standard Torch club at 'i p. in. Friday for Ihe Junior Sunday school class and below. Mrs. Paul Tilchenal, Mrs. Glen Voumard^and Mrs. Lewis Hunt will be in charge. At the same time there will he another egg hunt for the intermediate class in Joe Huck's woods. Mrs. Richard Hoyer arid Lewis Hunt will be in spend Easier Sunday with friends in Montgomery, Ala. Miss Diane Huskamp, student at James Millikin University, Decafur, arrived home Wednesday night for a week's vacation. Miss Huskamp is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Albert F. Huskamp, Ridgcdale drive, Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Motfa/. and Miss Su/anne Elfgen arrive today from the University of Illinois for an Easier vacation. Mrs. Mollax. and Miss Elfgen are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Elfgen of Fairmount. Mrs. Fred Stallard and infant daughter. Carol Lynn, have returned lo their home, 119 East Tydeman Ave., Roxana. The baby was born April 3 in St. I-ouis Maternity Hospital and weighed seven pounds and three ounces. Carol Lynn is the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Stallard. Michael Tchoiikaleff, a senior at Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., arrived home Wednesday night lo spend an Easier vacation wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tchoukaieff, 524 Miss Mary Ix>u Miller, daugli- tor of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McBride, 420 Foulds Ave., arrived home Wednesday night for a GUEST ARTIST IN HIGH SCHOOI, CONCERT— Karl Batrs, principal clarinetisf of the St. Louis Svm- as "±.1% lvi " h fit -r? in "* " ™ S| J tK , ? ? . ?.- P" 1 ? 111111111 b - v th(l Community Hi K h Scnooi hand in ^ood RlV(>r April 29. This will bfi th« " al conc<l " of the season. Thorp will bft no admission » an « "le public Is Jnviied to altpnd. At, Reorganisation Dr. Leever Re-Elected Head Of Dist. 144 School Board Club Women of Roxana in Meet ROXANA - The Ro.xana Woman's Club met Tuesday evening in the council room of the Community building. Mrs. Fred Alsberg chairman of the Garden committee, and members of her committee Mrs. Ralph Williams, Mrs.' Harvey Rice and Mrs. Gordon R. Hughins presented Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reed, who showed colored slides or gardens and flowers they have seen on their vacation trips. Mrs. Marvin Wilson, president, WOOD RIVER - The vole for the school election in Community High School District 144 was canvassed and Foreman Dykeman, Louis Camp and Robert Cooley certified as winners during a reorgar.ization meeting Tuesday night at the high school. A total of 1.610 ballots wer* cast in the three precincts in the district. Dr. F. M. Leevpr was r<»- elected president and Dykeman will continue as secretary. Other members of the board are Hugh Manahan, Norl Hamilton and Harry Ringering. The board approved plans to have commencement exercisei outdoors this year if the weather and did supervisory work in nnd conducic,! small Ihe Philadelphia School of the Bible, and is H graduate of the Chicago School of Nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Grau arc nvik- litK Iheir home, during Iheir furlough, al the Missionary House, Mrllcville. Parents of four children, Lois, Thomas. David and Rilly, they plan lo return lo Africa in July. May Breakfast Planned by D of I Alton Circle, No. 37. National Daughters of Isabella, will receive Communion Sunday, May 1fi. during 7:.'!() o'clock mass in SI. Mary's Church. Following mass (lie Daughters will be served breakfast by women of St. Mary's Church.' .Mrs. n-gr-nl, Doyle, a stale officer, will attend a D. of 1. convention in Rock Island May 21 to May 23. Mrs. Kratschmer vvill serve on Hie nominating committee for .slate officers. Mrs. Kralschmor vvill attend Ihe national D. of I. convention in New York, at Hotel Slatler, Aue S lo M. Alton Circle will have a parly April L'7. and vegetables vvill be given as prizes. Committee in charge of arrangements is composed of Mrs. Edwin J. Scba- berg. Mrs. W. E. Newman. Mrs. J. C. Gorman Mrs. Charles .1. Meyers, Mrs. Regina Foldvvisch, Mrs. M. McKernan, Mrs. B. J. IVnvin, Mrs. W. J. Median Sr., Miss Julia Mcehan. Miss Helen Moehan. Mrs. C. C. Fischer, Mrs. James Gorman. Mrs. Inland C. Smith. Mrs. C', G. C,il- lospie. Mrs. K. J. Kinney. Mrs. Helen Grimm and Miss Helen Cope. .Memorial Day r.< To MtMM Friday Mjiht A lion Memorial Day Council vvill meet at 7::',() o'clock Friday night al Amciiian Legion Home. Plans vvill he discussed for the Memorial Hay parade. Mrs. Clarence Cousins is chairman this year. If your pastry sticks, when you Hie making pie i'se the side of your spatula and loosen it gently. Neva use the end of the spatula to loosen! Fish, soup and dishes containing milk or cream in addition lo meal should be stored in the ci'Jdesi .section of your refrigerator, usually just beneath Ihe freezing t'ompi.rlment. r „„„,.„_ "> »" P'-escnlcd Sunday m* has been trans- wl11 practice Iof bo '"- n his vfe the Louis ' Announcement was al«o for by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd of 30fi Smilh Aviv, East ns the name of a son born a I 11 Mil a.m. Wednesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighs seven pounds, 12 ounces. They also have a daughter, Bar-' bara Joan, 11 years old, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fowler IK'S Alton St., have announced HIP birlh of their third child nnrl daughter. The baby, weighing seven pounds, nine ounces, was born al 3:22 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. Their other daughters arc Charlene, 7'a, «nd Brenda Lee, 20 months. Deborah Kay is Ihe name so- leciod by Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Zeisset of 63.1 Monroe SI., East Alton, for a daughter, their second child. The Richard Hoyer, speaking. Im- anmml breakfast served by the young people in the church basement. Each one attending is ask- fd lo bring eggs. The regular Sunday service? will follow. Lenten Services FOSTERBURG — Zion Presbyterian Church will have special Lenten services tonight and Friday evening at 8 p. m. Friday night the choir vvill present a cantata, "The First Easier". A communion service vvill follow. On Sunday morning Ihe children will present a special program during Ihe Sunday school hour which begins at 10:30 a. m. The regular Sunday services will follow. "How Old Ar« Von?" Most women know better than to ask another woman the pointblank question, "How old are to their new will reside at 4415 Lincoln Kenneth Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chesley R. Kennedy of 231 Flora St., Godfrey, has arrived at Camp Sheridan from Japan, and will be separated from service on Friday. From Camp Sheridan, Mr. Kennedy will go lo Pontiac, Mich., to join his wife, and they are expected to come lo Alton next week. Mrs. Dorothy Chaffer, widow of William Chaffer, 4047 Alhy SI., remains a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Chaffer has been hospitalized for the past week. If your coffee does not taste as good as you would like, it may be because you are not using your coffeemaker to its full capacity. introduced were: Mrs. Vasey, Mrs. Floyd Bunt, Mrs. Wallace Locke and Charles Radmarher. Mrs. Ralph Harris, music chairman presented Mrs. Clifton Ricks, Mrs. Locke and Mr. Racmacher who composed a trio and sang several numbers. Ogle Thomas presented three students Robert Powers, Ronnie Bright and Carol Spiller who played "Changing Partners" "Missouri Waltx" and "It Is No Secret". Two young women from the Bell Tclphone Company presented a number. Miss Freida Bund sang "Easter Parade" and "Clod So Loved Ihe World" accompanied by Miss Barbara 1m- rner. ela Sue, Iheir other daughter, is 25 months. Lincoln Social Set for May 7 Lincoln School Parent-Teacher Association met Tuesday night at the school. John B. Harris, president of the PTA during a business Plans were mnde for the school's annual social which will be held on Friday, May 7. Mr. Harris and Earl Hulle, vice president, wore named co-chairmen of the social. Mrs. Untie, president of the Lincoln School Mothers Club dinner which will bp served from !i to 7 p.m. in connection with the social. Following the meeting a program was presented by children of the school, and later open house was held, giving parents an opportunity lo s'isil Iheir children's classrooms and with Ihe teachers. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK curious don't let that stand in their way. They keep asking questions and doing mental arilh iiiclic—until they are able t figure out a woman's age. Onl. trouble is, It is so obvious wha they are doing, that they mjgh as well ask the forbidden ques tion. Open Tonight-" Friday—Saturday Till 9 pirn. USTER FLOWERS WE DELIVER MILTON 8REENHOU8CS 1*01 Milton Kd. |U«| 2-173S ; "l»y«uh.v. ] I m woihing mochintj ' y»o ttill n««d • j laundry j \ Let ui do your hard- to-do iheeti, Uble- cloths, pillowslips, shirts , . for just a few cent/ each. • Save* yvu valuable tlm« • Protect* your health (no more heavy Tt> fjnomlcal too Other Helpful Services ;! UCT us no VOUR ; • Shag Rugs f Spreads;! • Drapes • Slip Covers j' • Blankets j oun "TRUCLIIN" Dry Cleaning Will Make your Clolhes 6 TIMES CLEANER Free Pickup and Pelitery Servir*. 909 E. Jroodwoy Dial 3-8877 Souhd ™" bp tranBmilleri by usmc invisible infrared rays. Refining Company presented members of the Junior Achievement Organi/.ation who spoke about their program. Members of the group were Doris McNah- ney, Nancy Hickerson and Nor- „ - ._ open for the house, which )• located south of the athletic field. Circulars for the house will be distributed later. Smilh announced the traffic commission and city council had granted the board's request to restrict, parking near the school. He said the curb on Whitelaw and Wood River Aves. adjacent to the school buildings will be painted Monday, and beginning April 20, parking will be prohibited from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All the board members except Hamilton signified they will attend the southwest division meeting of the school hoard association in Belleville April 20. The principal and H. H. Smith! dean of boys, will also attend. Utah has 2 national parks, 9 national monuments and 21 national forests. ft ma Davis. Refreshments were served by Mrs. L. L. DeWester, Mrs. George Gilleland and Mrs. William Jacoby. hapely, narrow-stemmed pump Slender, lady-like, very much the picture of fashion..the beautifully fitted pump by johansen, poised on a narrow stem of heel, looking very Spring 1954' NAVY BLUE 15 .95 MAIN FLOOR

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