Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
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TWBNTV'TWd ALTON EVENING'TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 CarrolltonBanH ToEntertain * CAfcROLLfON — The mem- fctrs fit &i .Junior and Senior tMftd fll tflt (anrontoft Commun- ftj> tMt High School xvill present ff* frogrtttfi at the meeting of fft* CaTtolIton Woman's Club to be held Wednesday, April 21 in the Pfiblic Library Hall. The band frfrttih will I* composed of ap- fiKfclrtiately 10 students will be mtected by Miss Valeria Berry iff the high school faculty. The hostesses for the evening Will be Mrs. Guy Petty. Miss tfane Srubaker, Mrs. Vince Moulton. Mrs. Jack Staples, Mrs. l,eon- ftrd Stone and Mrs. Charles fceal. Presbyterian Men Elect atCarrollton CARROLLTON — Clarence tlorn was elected president of the Men's Cluh of the Presbyterian Church at a meeting held Monday evening if the church. Horn succeeds Louis Ballard of this tity. Other officers elected arc Robert Schatfior, secretary uM J. J. Eldred treasurer. Carroll Ta;in who represented the Alton Presbytery nl a national meeting of Presbylcrinn Men's Club held recently in Chicago, and two weeks ago attended the state Presbyterian Men's Club meeting in Champaign was the guest speaker and told of his experiences at the two conventions using as his topic the theme of the national convention, "Witnessing fof Christ". Heading Circle Elects Officers at Carrolllon CARROLLTON - Mrs. Harold Horn wajj re-elected president of the West End Reading Circle at a meeting of the group held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff. Other officers also re-elected were Mrs. A. K. Baldwin, vice president; Mrs. P. A. Dailey, secretary and Mrs. Fred Fishback, treasurer. Plans were made for the closing of the season social meeting which will be held in the form of a luncheon Tuesday April 27 in the dining room of the Methodist church. Mrs. P. J. Achenbach, Mrs. Robert Scharher and Mrs. Clarence Horn were named members of the decorating committee; Mrs. O. T. Purl, Mrs. E. Bowman and Mrs. A. K. Baldwin will plan the program and Mrs. L. H. Mehroff, Mrs. R. 11. Clanahan and Mrs. C. K H.uJch- ens will plan the menu. The program Tuesday afternoon concerned the life and poetry of the late Lee Mitchell Hodges and was presented by Mrs. A. J. Sharon who was alifelime friend of the late Mr. Hodges. To AMcnd Stale Convention CARROLLTON — Mrs. George Pohlman the Grand Regent of St. Joan's Court of the Catholic Daughters of America will spend April 30 and May 1 and May '2 in Chicago where she will attend the state convention of Catholic Daughters of America Mrs. Pohlman will be accompanied to the convention by Mrs. Bessie Schnelten and Mrs. Mary Bolin. Junior Catholic Daughters Meet CARROLLTON — Troop 3 of the Junior Catholic Daughters met Monday evening at the home of Miss Frances Schnelt. The counsellors of Troop 3 are Mrs. F. Koster and Mrs. Mae Richards. Kindergarten HUH Kgg Hunt CARROLLTON — The children of the Kindergarten tuught by Mrs. Lawrence Booth were guests at an Easter egg hunt and parly Wednesday, April 14. Before the egg hunt the children colored eggs, and played games after which they were served refreshments from tables decorated in the Easter motif. Attending the Easter party and egg hunt were Chuckle Daum, Stevie Sullivan, Larry Casper, Sandra Hindelang, Janet Eldred, Margie Booth, Ann Hough, Nancy Hamann, Joeph Davidson, Andrea Miner. Ann Alfelci, Johnny Roll, Dickie Pressler, Margaret Ballard, Terri Ann Stendebach, Joy Pinkerlon, , Jane Cunningham, Barbara Alfeld, Jimmy Osborn, Betty Cory, Audrey Bri-n- nan, Richard Booth, Stanley Roberts, Beky Hardawav, Rosemary Lovecamp and K a t h y Staples. Complete Plans for JC Dance at Carrollton CARROLLTON - The members of the Jaycees had a dinner meeting Tuesday evening at Mabel's Tea Room at which time they completed plans for their Easter dance to be held Saturday, April 17 at Robin Hood. May 10 to May 15 is the tentative date set for the street carnival to be sponsored by the Jaycees the proceeds from which will be used lor the memorial swimming pool fund. Carwilton Note* CARROLLTON - Miss Gussie Ciller, and Mrs. Chris Daum and her house guest, Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon of Napervill were guests Tuesday afternoon of their aunt. M«. CJwles GiUer who is a patient jn the White HaH hos- Ike Would He 2nd President to Attend Stale Fair By »ON CTIAMtlfcflLAtN SPRING FIELD - If President Eisenhower carries through with his visit to the Illinois State Fair on August !9 - Republican Day — he will be the second president to participate in (he exposition. The first was 1'i-e.sidcnt Rutherford B. Haves who was here in 1879. Newspaper '-lippings reveal President Hayes cnme here \vifh his wife and r,rn. George T. Sherman. Civil \Var Hero on September !IO, !,S7fl. Hayes paraded throiieh the streets of Springfield in » horse- drawn carriage with Gov. Shelby M. Tullom and spoke to an estimated !5,000 persons at the Fairgrounds. At the executive Mansion that evening Mrs Ilnyes and other Indies were in rich attire and bedecked in diamonds and other precious gems. Pickpockets reaper) a harvest of watches and wallets at the crowded Mansion entrance. The President and Mrs. Hayes were overnight guests of the Governor and Mrs. Cullorn and made an early morning tour ne.xt day of the fairgrounds where Ibey looked over the livestock and exhibits. When they tef Springfield for Indinnnpolis rm a special train Governor and Mrs. Ciillom accompanied the then nation's first couple as fnr as the Indiana state line. Slratton said he hopes to make Eisenhower's visit to the state fair a nonpartisnn occasion even though the day will be Republican Day. He said prominent Democrats will be asked to take part in the day's activities. The President's visit here Is planned as a mjor national event In the centennial observance nf the founding of the Republican party. Greene Demo Women to Meet CARROLLTON - Judge Jack Alfeld will he the guest speaker at the meeting of the Greene County Democratic Woman's Club to be held following a potluck supper at 6:30 p. in. Friday April 16 in Hopkins Hall in Roodhousc. The speaker WHS secured and the program planned by the Roodhouse members of the Club who are hstessos lor the evening. Miss Ada Camerer of Curroll- lon is the president of the club. Sunrise Service At Carrollton CARROLLTON fn liorpini; with tradition llir annual union Krister Sunrisp communion SPI-V- irr \\ill 'IP hold Sunday at 5:15 ft m. in the Christian rhurrh. Thp soloist for HIP spfvicp will hp Mrs. John I Hmbach Jr.. with Mrs. Julia Ixrson playing HIP piano aiTonipanimpnt MinislPrs pa/'liripalint; in HIP communin sorvicr arp HIP KPV. M. Kami"-, pnslor of HIP host rhurrh. HIP KPV. AVftllPr 15. Pru- i-lt, thf lif\ K'lmpr SP||PI lund. HIP HP*. 1). H. Sha\v and HIP RPV. (ilPri Manis. arrollf on CARROLLTON - Paul Pressler, manager of the Greene Count) Service Co., spent \Veri- nesd'iy in Jacksonville attending a meeting of managers in this flistiici sponsored by the Illinois Kami Supply Co Miss 'Vlnry Daum, HHupMr-r of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Dj.uin, will Art TYarlipr ArlrlrpfMvi PTA Group at Grafton ORAFTON Thp April PTA rnppting ua«t hpld at the hiffh school NTonday nighi. Miss MariP , Hupp, ait insfrifrfor announced I ihnr will HP an amatpur pro, KI am at HIP high sr:hool gym I April '21 at 8 p. m All srhool i undr-rt'o a tonsilprtorry Friday in P^iyrl Mpmorial Hospital. 1 Miss I)p|orr-s Parrott r:ounly h 'i m P advispr, Ipft today for : Sumnpr to «ppnd thn uppkpnd ;« ; lli hrr parpnls. Mr. arid Mrs. Omar Par-roll. I Mi. and Mrs. Jamrs \Vi1son ;inii sons of WalPrloo. la., .will hr- uppkr>nd «upsls of Mrs. Wilson's pj'i-pnls Dr. and Mrs. H. II. Lovi. OlhPr gupsts at Iho LP\ i hump Sunday will ho their s-f>n and rlnu?htpr-in-law, Dr. and i Mrs Iiohwl Lrvi and daughters 'of f'arlinvlllp. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rood- housp and family of Frccport ar| nvr-d Thursdfiy lo s p p n d the ! Kavipr holidJiys with thpir par; nils, Mr. anrl Mrs. Arthur VVall- ' PC in (his city and Mr. and Mrs, Illrnry Jloorihousp in White llnll. children in the community are! hour. pliRihte to participate. At the! ronclusion of the husines* session I the sophomore mmhers served I * w <> *™J we half times as large as • orations up to 200.000 cycles a rpfreshnipnt* during fhe sopial : the state of Rhode Island. National Park Is j Th« tipper rang* of human hearing is ahout 18.000 cycles a but hats respond to vi- PETER COTTONTAIL SAYS: "WOW OFFER A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF STYLISH FOOTWEAR" Open Fr'doys Until 9 P.M. COOK'S PAINTS Cotor-Stytt!.. . Your Home with the Incomparable Beauty of BOXER WALLPAPERS! It's wonderfully w«r lor not only will the rich, gorgeous colorings enhance your furnishings, but readily suggest outstanding decorating themes, [very pallern is color-keyed ... has actual swatches of suggested hor- manning trim colors mounted on il to assure you rooms of (lawless decoration. Come see these wallpaper masterpieces. Sunlast and water- last, ol course, Iron, $]25 tO $300 A ROLl EASTER SHOE VALUES! II Be sure to see "75 Ways to Decorate with WALLPAPER'.' 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