Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 37
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 37

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 37
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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH East Alton Club Women Plan Annual Banquet on May 25 EAST ALTON - The annual banquet and installation of officers of East Alton Woman's Cluh is scheduled for May 25 at 6 p. m. at the East Alton Junior High School, the chairman Mrs. H. A. Mittleman. announced at the regular meeting of the c 1 u h at Community Building Tuesday evening. Reservations must be made with Mrs. Lowell Fulkerson no later than May 18. Mrs. Mittleman also extended an invitation to the members to attend the guest day tea being piven by the Woman's Auxiliary of the Madison County Medical Society at St. John's Methodist Church, Edwardsville, May 3 at 2:30 p. m. Persons planning to attend are requested to contact her. In other business a donation was voted to the beautification propram and it was decided to establish a permanent commit- ti>t> in the club to be called the Civic Betterment Committee to follow through on this program. Mrs. Charles Camp is the present chairman. Announcement was made of the American Home Section meeting April 21 at the home of Mrs. Norl Hamilton. There will be a 22nd District meeting April 20 at 9 a. m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, East St. Louis. Mrs, Lowell Fulkerson was elected a delegate to the slate convention and Mrs. Robert Borman her alternae. Date of the convention is May 4-6. Announcement was made of the resignation of Mrs, Russell McKenny as member-at-large elect, Mrs. Charles Gabbert, program chairman, presented Miss Jean Lung, art instructor at Community High School, who us- ed "The Art of Making Jewelry" ?s her topic. In .ier discussion she demonstrated «omc of the simpler thinis r"onc \\ith silver. In another part of the program the club sponsored Senior Girl Scout Troop 9 directed by Miss Wanda Prichard, presented two humorous skits. Mrs. Gabbert and Mrs. John Egelhoff are co- leaders of the troop The Easter motif highlighted the refreshment table decorations. Mrs. Fulkerson. the incoming president, and Miss Marie Jen-ells, current president, poured. East Alton WMS To Meet Friday EAST ALTOiV - Mrs. Gertrude Barhon will lead thr lesson at the Friday evening meeting of Woman's Missionary Society at First Baptist Church. Mrs. Merle Hungerford will be the hostess. Plans will he completed for the annual May breakfast of the society scheduled for May 4 at 9:30 a. m. Officers will be installed and a special speaker is scheduled. Mrs. Orville Ogleshy is taking breakfast reservations. In other business the annual spring rally for Missionary So- cities of Alton Baptist Association will be discussed. The rally will he April 27 at First Baptist Church, Greenville—an all day meeting. Cub* to Meet EAST ALTON - Cub Scout Pack 13 will meet at Blair School tonight at 7 o'clock, Theme of i FOSTERBURG - Th« trustees ! of Short Cemetery have purchas- | ed a power mower and have ; started cleaning and mowing the crmetery in order lo ha\ e it i rlean for Raster. Foster Friendship <-)uh nict Monday evening at the home of Ronnie and Martha Fehrenbarh- et. I Clerks for Foster township at | 'he primary election Tuesday j were M r s. Harvey Chalengs- | worth. Mrs. Lester Klope and I Mrs. Rrnus Bsker Sr. The judges | were Everett "Harris. Klmer Bierl baum. and Kill Knise. ; Mrs. Rose Ciilp was Sunday i dinner euest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oelken. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gnlike of Medora: Mr. and Mrs. John Hamper, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kamper of Belleville; Mrs. Frank Baker and daughter, Laura, of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dingerson and Miss Edith Oelkrn of East Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Miles Otkrn and daughter. Barhara of Nameoki: Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gabriel and son. .lohn. and Mr? Daley Sihley and sons of FostrrhurR. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris and son and Mr. and Mrs. thom- BR Harris and family were dinner guests Sunday of their mother, Mrs. Julia Harris, and sister, Mar.jorie. Richard Gvillo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gvillo, is a patient in Brooke. Army Hospital at Ft. Sam Houston. San Atnonio, Te.v., for treatment of a slight deafness in his ears caused hy a shell exlosion last summer when lie was stationed at Camp Gordon, Ga. The tongue of a 90-foot whale may weigh as much as 3U tons. the meeting will be "Oil," and a film will be presented. Several awards will be made. ROEBUCK AND COt BUDGETEER SPECIAL .. . colorful reed or Mexican bamboo basket * S 't 1 49 • Jelly Bird Eggs • Marshmallow Eggs • Chocolate Eggs • Luscious Novelties Filled to overflowing with sweet taste treats — cellophane wrapped with satin bow. Other price baskets to choose ' from. Others From 59c to 2.98 Potted Easter Flower* for Your Sweetheart Potted Hyacinths Potted Regal Lilies Strong, Full Flowered Fragile beauty, Easy to grow! Ol "y 69C crow Country 1.79 They flv« atronr Sprlnf lrafr»nr.» Enjoy ih. h«, u i v fr.rr.,,,.. „/ In elMUr. .1 whit, n.w.w. Ideal ^X lllllM.'"wiilt. r "w r iil.",i; k ' ai a fill. throat. Buy BOW! '^ Potted Daffodils Potted Double Tulip Gorgeous Rainbow Assort. " 2.69 Now Favorite* Include Httlf, C'betrJulutH, Uuraai Mini. CarJtea (og Multicolored Blooms Only 2«19 Beautiful potted tulip plant, make an ideal £atttr fill. Heilthy p«|. 1,4 plftota tt » low price. Chocolate Bunnies , Ba.-l <•»*« « i Solid cbocoUte that .rnelli In the mouth .j— and thr cutetl Nilttlnf rabbit ever! Fruit-Nut Kach t99W Milk or dark choc, olale covert dell- clou, creamy center,. Beautlmil; decorated, Emt Alton To Hire Fire for Reerention Jobs j KAST AI.TOV - Contracts for i a recreation director and four niprrvisors have been offered to | applicants, the East Alton Recreation Commission has announced. Two of the supervisors will be i in charge days and the other two j nights during the village's sum- |mer recreation program. I Definite plans for the program | will not be announced until the ! new commission meets next month : The term of Gilbert Whitten, chair- iman. expires \fay 1, and a new member will he appointed by Mayor Charles Vanpreter to take his place. Announcement nf the new director and supervisors has been delayed pending return of signed contracts. Baby Home from Hospital KAST ALTON. - Eight-weeks- old Malinda Sue Neunaber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Neunaber of 342 West Dr., is hack at home, recuperating nicely from the first illness of her young lifp after care Bn d treatment In Wood River Township Hospital since last Friday. Along with others of the family, the baby was caught by the prevailing virus wave, and her illness developed into a light case of pneumonia. Commltler To Mort EAST ALTON-The Civic Bcaii- lificatinn Committee will meet at the Community Building tonight at 8 p. m. to reach a final decision on the landscaping for the Junior High School and shrubs for the Washington and Lincoln Schools. School Holiday EAST ALTON - The East Alton Elementary School will be closed Friday in observance of Good Friday, anrf will remain closed Monday. Classes will resume at the regular time Tuesday. Kg* Hunt Saturday EAST ALTON—An Easter egg hunt for the childrctis' division of the First Methodist Church will be held Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. Children have been asked lo bring eggs and a basket, and meet: at the church at. 2 p.m. The egg hunt will be at the parsonage. Warden to Sneak at » P. M. EAST ALTON — Warden Ross V. Randolph of Menard State Penitentiary will speak at First Methodist Church at 8 o'clock tonight rather than 8:30 as previously announced. The public is invited to attend this meeting which is a combined session of the Woman's Society of Christian Service and the Wesleyan Service Guild. Roxana Girl Honored On 15th Birthday ROXANA —Miss Donna Isled, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Isted of Maple Ave. was guest of honor at. a surprise party Tuesday evening at. the home of Miss Revonda Archer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Archer, W. Tydeman Ave. in celebration of her J5th birthday. The pink and w h i I e color scheme was used and favors given each guest. After Miss Isted opened her gifts games were played and prizes won by Cleo Bain, Janet Jacoby and Emily Andrews. Others attending were Barbara East, Sally Albright and Gail Ellis. Refreshments were served by Miss Archer assisted hy her mother. Wednesday evening guests at the Isted home to celebrate Donna's birthday were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Todd, her uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Todd and sons, Raymond and Gary and Mr. ana Mrs. Ed Fry, all of Wood River. Rotary Club Meet* ROXANA -- The Rotary Club met Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian Church. Clarence Hardesty told of his visit: to a Rotary Club in Excelsior Springs Mo. Visiting Rotarians were: Art Hunt of Wood River; LeRoy Friti of Alton, and living Friburg ol Bethalto. PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN Staff Named for 191 Pints Procurred Oiler Yearbook Pluth Bunnitf 10 in. High and So Snuggly 98c n plui ituffto- wllb „»». (ton ten. Miw Marsha Byron Willl Be Editor WOOn R1VKR Marsha Byroln has been named editor of tHe "Oiler," Community Hioh School yearbook, it was aifi- nounced today. The high school annual \villl be distributed later this spring. Others on the staff are: afe- sistant editor. Norella Cota: ak- sociate editors, Kllen Floyjl, Rosaler- Pavish; sports editor, David Ripsom; assistant sporls editors, Dale Sdimitt. Ton Kelly, Bob Zarny; class edilois, senior, Bob Allen, Judy Sandeis, junior, Dixie Heil, Connie Dujn- bar, sophomore, Marge Schllerx r, freshman, to be announced; urt staff. Ken Hiermnn, Jan Travis, Norbert Snyder, Pauline Bov- man, Don Curtis. | Organi/ations editors. Caml Turpin, Phyllis Oilella; nsslslfnt organizations editor. Marlnnn Brown; activities editor. .Irian Braddy, Jerry Renken; assistnnt activities editor, Franklin Sml h; business manager, Pan Vun- diver, assistnnt business nvin- ager, Ann Early, advertlsng salesmen. Sue Wethington, Jidy Wilhite, Jane Cobh, Judy Htle, Judy Helm; office manager, Jane Cobb; typists, Judy llijilo, Judy Wilhile; photographic- stjUf, Ix>ret1a Mayrlon, MatWret Glowc/eski. Bob Rich; ,] on . sessions salesmen, Jeaitnc Byron, Dolly Pavish, Marlyn Rhodes, Judy Vinovirh, I^ma Stone, Jane Crull, Judy Bnciel- dor, Rosemary Tomlovic, nose Hendrickson, Margaret Sxoke. Faculty sponsors are Miss Jban Lung and Richard Paynic. Pliin Social Meeting WOOD RIVER-Thc Phila hea Class of the Methodist Clnlreh will have a social meeting at the church Friday at 7:30 jji.rn. Hostesses will be Mr. Harry 1-lan- son, Mrs. Hester Crandal), Mrs. Ed Bean and Mrs. Joan Casio. MakeHomc*to*HcmscCaiivass For Blood at East Alton Hymn* Teach Kngltah LANGLEY, B. C., JP-\ g|-oup of Dutch immigrants herf Is learning the English language faster by singing familiar hyjrms, Lincoln O'Connor, teaching a choir of 43 at. Sharon Umlert Church, says "the progress Ithey have made in English is ajiton- ishing." EAST ALTON - Eighteen so-1 licitors procurred 91 pints of blood during the house to house canvas staged Tuesday evening in the village in preparation for the visit of the hloodmobile at American Legion Home April 2122 With * quota of 3M) pints to be reached only ITiO pmts have been promised to date. However, the entire territory was not covered Tuesday nnd it is hoped the canvas wil' be completed by Friday evening. Members of the various clubs and organizations assisting with the drive Tuesday were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long, Mr, and Mrs. John How-den, Mrs. Tom De Gerlia, Mrs. William Rutterly, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lynch, Mrs. Irvin Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillow, Lester Philips, Howard TurnbaiiRh, Jerry Oil, Mrs. Charles Towey, Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs. Jack Harden and Mrs. Robert Tolllver. The American Legion post 7M and Auxiliary are sponsoring this visit of the hloodmobile. Bunker Hill Rand AVins Smmil ftntinp; BUNKKR HILL A group of junior nnd senior band members took part In the district band contest at Greenfield last Saturday, The band received a second rating. This Saturday the senior band will participate in a music festival In Jacksonville. Fourteen students have been asked to play in the select, hand for the evening concert. Conductor for the day will bo Mr. Paul Yoder, noted composer nnd arranger from Chicago. The band and chorus will have (heir spring concert on April 2fl In the school gymnasium. Guest soloist will be Miss Bnlera Berry, cornel 1st, from Carrollton. Miss Berry is instructor in the Car- rolllon schools. Party dessert: pour chocolate sauce over drained canned pears and top with whipped cream to which a little rum flavoring has been added. Seoul* To Take Hike This Weekend ROXANA — Approximately 30 routs. Explorers and leaders rom Troop and Post B3 spon- ored ny the First Presbyterian Chtirrh plan to make the Thomas RcpuUd by Popular Dimand at Miyir Hurwitz AH 6 sizes at this tow price Limit One to a CuHtomnr I'hone Order*, I'lcair. No Mall or Home ml HttntfA \tHar* IHmmo*** SAVE AT 212 W. 3HD ST. DOWNTOWN ALTON STORE HQVRS Monday & Friday 9 <g 9 Olh»r Night* 9 to 5 Lincoln Historical Pilgrimage this weekend. The hike consists of an overnight camp-out In Lincoln Log Cabin State Park near Mattoon and an inspection of various historical piano* in the area. The hike '? sponsored hy the Lincoln Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The group will leave Friday afternoon in time to set up < amp before dark and will ma!" the hike the following day, returning home Saturday evening. Transportation will be provided by J G.. Cuddy, Arthur H. Mikkelson Jr., Leo Schubert, Clyde D. Donham, Eldon Hobson and G. O. Norvell. 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