Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 35
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 35
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Member of The Associated Press. 5c Per Copy. 55 GOP, 84 Demo Ballots Cast in Shipman Precinct WIPMAN — At the primary -.^-i-itoti neia nere Tuesday only t>5 Republican ballots and 84 Democrat ballots were cast. Total vote for each candidate was: Republican, county judge, Hassee 50: county clerk. Denby Boring, 53; sheriff, Elmer Jones 3R and Ford Welton 17; county treasurer, John Harding 52; county superintendent of schools, Charles McKee 51. and precinct committeeman, Carl Schuctz 52. Democrats, county judge, Bergen 61; county clerk. Robert Fritz 56; sheriff, Woodie Neigh- bvis 60: treasurer, Edward Young 56 and Mike Makuh, 55, and Precinct committeeman J. O. Archer 74. In Primary Election Heavy Vote Given Macottpii |County's Own Candidate Section 4 Pages 3544 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 One dollar of each $100 of na-1 tional income in the United States goes for men's clothing: $1.70 for women's. CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED YOU'RE LOVELIER ... in a New Mac Shore Blouse A cool flatterer — one you'll team with your many skirts for good summer fashion. Here in "Shor-Spun" Superfine cotton broadcloth with ring-bow mandarin collar, tucked keyhole neckline. White, blue, maize, grey, red. black. Sizes 30 to 38. - SKIRTS BABY CORDS Cotton Prints. Full Sweep Skirts, Straight Line Skirts. Squaw Skirts, Petticoats. All sizes. $^.98 SQ.98 CARLINTVTLLE - In the only county contest in the Macoupin primary election Tuesday, acting sheriff Elmer Jones uas nominated for sheriff on the Republi-1 can ballot with 4,016 votes to Ford Welton's 1,260. Other Republican candidates and their total vote in the county's 62 precincts were: Harding, '1.599 for county treasurer; McGee 4,597 for superintendent of schools; Boring 4.899 for county dork, and Hasse, 4,477 for conn- ly judge. In the race for representative to the general assembly, Pauline Rinaker of Carlinville ran away from the other two candidates, polling 10,287 voles. Hittmeier, her nearest oponent, had 4.182 and Clayton Ford of Elsah had 1,231. For Congress, Jenison led the three man field with 2,963 votes. Wilson received 1,145 and Darneille had only 536. On Ihe Democratic ballot in 54 of Ihe county's 62 precincts, Woodie Neighbors had 3,700 for sheriff; Fritz tallied 3,436 for county clerk; Bergen polled 3,735 for county judge; Young racked up 3,533 for county treasurer and Makuh garnered 3,510 for superintendent of schools. On the state ticket William Lyons of Gillespie, incumbent, led the five man field with 6,786 votes. Others in the contest and their vole were: Russell 3,439; Shacfer 2.794; Baima 2,241 and Roady 288. Peter Mack Jr., local man, received 4.469 complimenlavy votes in his bid to regain his seat in congress. For school board the total vole in 35 precincts was: Konneker, 3,777; Lloyd, 3,500; Heal 2,638 and Gallo, 1048. Future Hohiemakers of Medora High Elect . MEDORA— The Future Homemakers of American of Mcdora High School at their meeting last week elected officers for Ihe year. They are: president, Frances Kirsch; vice president, Gloria Rhine; secretary, June Chism; treasurer, Dona Wise; parliamentarian, Jo Ann Kirsch; historian, Sue Mann; recreation and song leader, Edna Jones; project chairman, Margie Klein; chairman, of public relations, Rebecca Hunt; delegate to state camp at Bloomington, June Chism and alternate delegate, Frances Kirsch. Church Services At Greenfielc Hospital Patient Care Baptists Plan Cort, Above laments £„,, pf , p r|igfffm CHICAGO ;p_Ttw American „ , *» • Hospital Assn. reported today thai offffffff V ff/ MeaOfa patient care costs ran ahead of, J payments in America's non-profit I MKDORA The faster pro- 8 -™i ?WEX----- -- s er or by of Peck of Trouble GREENVILLE, S. C., K— A woodpecker who was pecking on the side of a house, disturbing a woman who was sick. Police chased the bird away but he came back. They baited a rat trap with worms. Woody went right on pecking. OPEN FRIDAY NITES UNTIL 9 •»••!••• AllM 201 fltt» SALE! OF OVER 200 NEW SPRING COATS AND TOPPERS You'll Recognize the Labels of These Famous Makers. ACTUAL VALUES TO $49! GROUP ONE GROUP TWO GROUP THREE FASHION-NEW FABRICS: Foreman's Cherra Foritmqn's Combrio 100% OrJpn Nyloni Anglo'i Ari$toc John Alden'$ Kint Twwds $ 19 $22 »25 \ \ Site* 9 to 16 10 to 20 13 Vt to 33 H GREENFIELD - The Re< George F. McCowan has announced that the Rev. Stanley Anderson, pastor of the Baptist Church at New Berlin, will te guest speaker at the evangelist c services Thursday and Frirti y | nights at the Baptist Chiirfh here. Mrs. Anderson, an accomplished violinist, will play Friday night and an organ solo, "Plainl'' hy Skillwell, by Mrs. B y r c n Hill Jr., will be another spec al I e a Ui r e. The Rev. Mered th Thomas of Bethel Church near Jerseyville. is leader of grojiip singing at each service. The series of services will cl< Friday night and baptismal ri es will be conducted by the R McCowan at 7:30 p. m. Eas Sunday. Mrs. Frank Groer is direc of Ihe union choir, comprised members of the Methodist, Pi byterian and Baptist Church which will provide special nu sic at the sunrise service a o'clock Easter Sunday at the Baptist Church. The choir will sing Easier hymns and the anthtm, "Our Living Lord". The RJev. Watson Thornton and the Rjcv. George Mayo have been invited to assist Ihe Rev. McCowar. Organ meditation by Mrs. R. B. Ellis will precede the worship service al the Baplisl Chljrch at 10:40 a. m. Sunday. A membe7-ship drive is being conducted for the Baptist Sumlay school in an effort to exceed the record attendance of 173 wtich was set last year. Holy week observance at the Mcthoiist Church will close with the own- munion service at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. The Rev. Mayo has announced his sermon topic at the morning worship service .Sunday will be, "Up From the Grave and the Ups of Lire". Special music has been arranged by the choir, accompaiied by Mrs. James Martin, orjan- ist. ' r A class will be received Into church membership by the Rev. Watson Thornton at the woijship service at 10:45 a. m. Easier at the Presbyterian Church. The surance payments for specific patients. An association spokesman said hospitals made up the deficit by ito ti usts and private gifts endowments given to them. regular evening service will he held at 7 o'clock and the midweek prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The basement social rooms of the Presbyterian Church have been remodeled and redecorated and plans are being made for a family fellowship dinner at the church. The date will be announced later. The theme of the union Good Friday service will he, "T h e Cross", and this service from 1-3 p. in. at the Baptist Church will be divided Into three, periods, preceded with organ music organ prelude hy Clifford Chism. There will be three special chotr numbers by the young people. June Chism will have the scrip- hire reading and a musical read- Ing will he given hy Rebecca Hunt. Duets will he sung hy Carol Bnms *aml Virginia Gorham and Elaine Bui k and Shlr- Established 3&tmty 15,1836 ley Straub. Elaine Burke, Charlotte Kahl and Virginia CHhism will sing solo numbers. A quartet composed of Elaine Burke, Drlores Maple. Shirley Stmib. and Donna Wise, will sing one number. Remarks and prayer wl'l he by the pastor. Sunday school will be at 9:45 a. m and at 10:15 a dedication service will he held. The new organ, recently purchased by Ihe church, the 100 new hymnals and colleetlonn plates, the latter donated hy the Shields family in memory of the late J. F. Shields, a deacon of the church, will he dedicated. The morning message hy Rev. G. W. Campion will follow the dedication ceremonies. There will hfs special music. To Honor Mother* MEDORA ~ The Home Kco- omics department of the Meora High School will have a tyle show and tea, honoring mothers of the home ecs mem- ers and teachers, Thursday il 22, at 1:30 p. m. in the igh school gym. All members the home ecs classes will model meir own garments. The public is invited. The following committees are n charge: theme, Myrtle Lee ohnson, Rebecca Hunt, Gloria Ihine and Shirley Straub; Invl- ations, Marjorie Klein, Ruth Loy Marjorle Hines; program, Elaine Heavy Duty BATTERIES 1 .00 and up BATTERY SALE! .. . . $ 10 GUARANTEED Many orher outstanding bargains. Open only on Saturdays. Silverloy Battery Company 15 S. WOOD RIVER AVE. WOOD RIVER, ILL. of SUIT I mwi FASHION-RIGHT STYLES Full-length Coots Three-qugrter Toppers Toppers, short Dress Coots Casual Coots Boxy, straight and full coats The suit of the set son , . . masterfully molded of fine slubbed Ulk, • deftly detailed in fisti- dious taste, eiega Uly accented with twin sparklers. Also ojier suits in Summer mater* ials. Fully or half lined, '17 '.98 to '35 Burke, tfclres Maple Ruft ft^fft, refreshments, Frances Carol Bnms, Dbnna Wise, da Harlan. Mrs. Mary Lois Shepard is tte home ees instructor. ffet WATER-TOWN, Mass., $-*Joan E Trott, 26, is a gift Ifrtift walks while she works. As a shoe tester for a rubber firm five days a week she has walked a distance equivalent of Boston to Los Angeles during the past year. After a day's Wk« lh» often goes to a dance. Older Boy* Site* to §, $8.11 Wetter ft 804 K. BROADWAY ALTON Between Oak unit Spring st». riUDAY TILL • P. 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