Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1954 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 16, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, APRIL 16> 1954 SucceedsH cnr y Francis Vaughn Appointed Carrollton School Treasurer CARROLLTON—Francis Vaughn of tht Cnrrollton Bank was ap- Jiotflted township school treasurer to take office July 1. 1®>4 by "^ Jnftrd Of education and succeeds Henry Beebe who has served Car rolfton township as school treasure? for more than 23 years. The appointment of Vaughn as the new school treasurer was made at R business meeting of the board of education of Carrollton Community Unit No. 1 which was held Monday night at the school At this meeting Mrs. Alva Meek was selected to continue in her capacity as secretary of the board. Attorney Jack McDonald was reelected as president of the Board for one ywr. The m™".* ";elected members of the board Wil- Ham Pinkerton and Kenneth Brannan, were sworn in as members of the board for three years -after Which McDonald reappolnt- ed the standing committees that had served the past year Boyd Memorial Hospital Notes The wmrnlttefs are W. L. Carpunky »nd William Pinkerton, finance; Kenneth Byland and George Cory, building nnd grounds and Kenneth Brnnnan and Emmert Evans, transportation. Carrollton Officials to Attend School Meet CARROLLTON — The annual spring meeting of the Abe Lincoln Division of the Illinois Association of School Boards will be held Wednesday April 21 at the Hlllsboro Community High School, Hillsboro. The speaker at: the dinner meeting will be Harlan Beom, assistant director ot Midwest Administration Center, University of Chicago. His topic will he Church Programs At Carrollton CARROLLTON - "The Tug of Klemily" is Ihe fcnsler theme uhich will he presented by the Ftev. Olen Manis at the Enstcr service Sunday in the ttaplisl Church. The newly organized rhoir of the Junior Department if the Sunday school will sing llirre numbers in unison with the adult choir of the chtiroh. Both choirs are directed by Miss Nitn Ford. During the morning service the Rnv. Manis will hold 11 commission service for the young folk of the Intermediate Department who will spend next weekend In W.nukegan iitte.ndlng the Illinois State Haptlst Youth Congress. A special bnptismnl service will bo conducted by the Rev. Manis lit 7:30 Sunday evening In the church. The church will be open Tuesday nt 7 p.m. for the showing of Ihe Hilly Graham film, "Mr. Texas" which is being presented til 7:30 p.m. through Ihe efforts of Ihe Carrollton Ministerial Alliance. The cabinet of Ihe church will meet in business session Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. In the church. "If a Man Die?" is the, sermon topic of the Rev. Walter H, Pruelt for the Easter Horvlrc Sunday in the Methodist. Church. New members will bo received into membership during .this service. The .tTinlor choir will practice Friday at 3:30 p.m. and the adult choir Saturday at 7 p.m. in prepimition for the Easter music Sunday. "Easter In a World of Disillusionment" Is the sermon topic of CARROLLTON Sfvrn were hoi-n Ihe pnst wpok in Boyd Mnmorlfll Hospital and nil wore «?irl« with Iho except ion of a son iKirn April 11 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Kmest Roberts Jr., of this rlty. Parents of daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Rert V'nrhlf of Cnr- rollton whose child w;is born April 8; Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert jn St. John'* Choir OfCnrrolltonTo Perform Knstr>r Summers, .lerseyville, April fl: Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Mnoneyhnn, Kane, April 1): Mr. nnd Mrs. CARROLLTOV The Adult j rhoir of St. .John's Catholic} church will participate In the Easter services in the local church and'al«n in All Saints rhiirrh In White Hall Sunday rnorninc. Thr same selections will bo u«od in both services. The'choir will sing Iho Mans bv U. A. l-oonard, Easter Services Announced at Meclora Christian Medora Baptist Is Host ToWMV A*sociatwnalMwJ"«™^'^* Medora MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. Ora Zumwalt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred WIV> liam Morgan home Tuesday. Francis Hawe, Carrolllnn, April 12; Mr. ami Mrs. (Ifinlrl Tepen. Ilnnlin, April M and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Htiusmari, Knmps- ville, April 111. • Patients undergoing surgery dining the week were Miss Lin- fin Meyer, Klrlred; Miss Dehorn Relllnger, H'lgar Tohlll. and Miss Janet Vanausdoll, Jersey- vllle; Thomas Meyer, and Miss Deborah Pranger, Carrollton; Miss Kathleen Allen, Greenfield and Robert Thlel, Roc.kbridge. Medical put lent s during the week were Mrs. Raymond Dirksmeyer, and Crvllle Waters, Kl- dred; Mrs. Nellie C.orwi'y, Hardln; Miss Vickie Martin, Douglas Reddish, Knimilt Sut- lerfickl, Fred Watts nnd Mrs. David Martin. .Tcrseyvllle; Charles Houseman, Kane; Mrs. Paul Dalloy, Mr. Shirley K<l- wards, Mrs. William Savage, nnd A. L. Volter, Cnrrollton; Mrs. Florence Prullt, While Hall; Miss Cnrol Klimlgnn, Hardln and Reginald Upton, Carrollton Croup Attends Workshop CARROLLTON — Fred Burn- at the Faster High MB«S at which lime the Rt. Rev. Mon- slgnlor Knright v ill be the rele- MKDORA The Christian Church has announced special services for Easter Sunday. A sunrise service will be held at 6:00 a.m., either at American Ix-cion "ark ct in the "Y" between I" 67 at Medora. Sunday school will be at 9:30 am. ami at the morning worship service at 10 '.30 a.m. Mrs. C. K. Shepard of Collinsville will brant assistf-d bv the Rev. Carl I *ing and the evangelist will bring the message on "The Resurrection of Christ." A basket dinner will he held at 12:30. A business meeting will be held ,-il 2:00 p.m. Youth meeting will TrxTay" "Alleluia. Alleluia, Lei j be held at 7-00 p.m. The clos- Iloly Anthems Rise" ami "Ye .ing service will be at 7:30 p.m. Sons nnd Daughters of the King" A M'"' l i"l "The Holy City" will Schmidt. During the offertory the choir will sing Regina Coele by Le Mcrlier. During 'he communion service the choir will sing, "Christ the Ixird is Risen "Where are we Headed in Illinois with Respect to Assessed Valuations, Taking Powers, State Support and Reorganization." Attending from Carrollton will be Olln Stead, the superintendent and Merle Crosby the assistant superintendent of the Carrollton Community Unit District, Mrs. Alva Meek, the secretary of the Unit, Francis Vaughn the nesv treasurer of the Unit, Judge Jack Alfeld and the members of the Unit school board who are Attorney Jack McDonald, William Plnkerlon, Kenneth Brannan, W L. Carpunky, Kenneth Byland George Cory and Emmer Evans. he Rev. Elmer Sotterluntl for ;he morning worship service unday In the Presbylerlnn Church. Special Easter music will be sung by the church choir. 4ew members will ho received nto the church during this ervlce. The annual union Easier sun- is?, communion service will be held Easter Sundny In the Christ- mi Church with all of the min- sters ot the city participating. Mrs. John Fnrnbnch Jr., will )o the guest soloist nnd Miss (ulia Plcrson will be the ace.omp- mist. FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. — 1 P. M. and 4 P. M. — 10 P. M. EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED AT ONCE AdmilWill to Probate At Cur roll ton CARROLLTON — The will ot the late William II. Featherstone was admitted to probate and ordered recorded April 14. The- will provides for (ho payment of all debts and funeral expenses after which all of the properly, real, personal, tangible wns left to a grandson, Dale L. Fentherslone of Greenfield. In accordance with provisions of the will Dale L. Feathcrstoue was appointed executor by the court giving bond in the sum of $1,000. The will was made Jan, 19, 19-16 and witnessed by Julian Hulchcns and Jesse B. Parks. <'losn for (iooil Friday CARROLLTON—Thn offices in the courthouse and Greene County National Bank were closed ham superintendent of the Greenfield Community Unit District and Olln Stead, superintendent of the Carrollton Community Unit District arc spending Wednesday Thursday and Friday at Pore Mnrquello Slate Park whore Ihey are attending Ihe Illinois Curriculum Program Workshop. Being discussed by the group are the following topics, "Improving Guidance," "Improving Mathematics", "I m.p roving Reading", "Improving the Junior High School" and "Improving the Library." Robert Ebcrlo principal of the Greenfield Community Unit High School also attended the Workshop Thursday. by Palestrina. The choir is din-clod by Mrs. Neil CnrrifO nnd the accompanist is Mrs. Lawrence Thicn. Other members of the rhoir arc Mis. Raymond Schroeder. Mrs. Clinton Mock. Mrs. George Schnellon. Mrs. Mary Bolin, Miss Martha ll,irtman, and Miss Berenice Pumper, sopranoos; Miss Mary Jean Brinker, Miss Alice Kirlmch. Miss Phyllis C.'ar- mody, Mrs. Bessie Schnellen arid Mrs.' Hester Biw n. Altos; Raymond Klrbiirh, George Schnellen and Frank Schnellen, tenors and Francis (leers, Raymond Schroedor, Clarence Kirhnch and Henry Steinncher, bass. (.'nrrolllon Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Mather Rolf and Mrs. Ray Roll entertained the members of their sowing club Thursday evening at the Rolf home. Mrs. L. A. -Mohrhoff and Mrs. Rupert Vallonlino spent Wednesday morning In Jacksonville, Paul Tuey, son of Mr. and Mrs Leo Tuny of this city entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Thurs dny morning for examination and treatment. sung and the sermon topic will be "When Cemeteries Arc Kmplied." N'nllce lo ICnster MEDORA All members of M'-dorn City Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star are requested to meet at the Corner Drug Store In Medora nt 1:00 p.m. Saturday From there they will Fidelity Baptist p.m. for the fu- Careers Day At Bethalto High BETHALTO Y The various careers, nursing, teac.hing, mlli- Inry, newspaper, etc., were discussed by specialists for Ihe benefit of students of Civic Memorial Sunshine Class Meets At Mcdoru Baptist MEDORA—The Sunshine Class of (he Baptist Church met Wednesday evening at the Kemper Hall. Fifteen members were present. During Ihe business meeting the clnss voted to buy new song books for the church, Mrs. Monroe Elliott, teacher, taught Ihe lesson from Genesis in the study book, "Through the Bible," which the clnss has taken up. Mrs. George Huff was in charge of games, after which refreshments were served, Those- present were: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Powell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Morris Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. If You Request Our Prescription Service Your Doctor Will Be Clad To Call Us PHONE 2-2832 230 East Broadway Alton, Illinois today in observance of Good Friday. The business houses of the town wore closed by proclamation of Mayor .lack Staples between the hours of 12 noon and 3 p.m. during which time a special union Good Friday service was held iu the Baptist Church. Attcnil District I' Mooting CARROLLTON — Mrs. Richard llamann, Mrs. Homer Shoots, Mrs. Don Allen, Mrs. Kenneth Byluml, Mrs. Ross Edwards, Mrs. Herbert llarr, Mrs. Lester Atteherry and Mrs. Eva Robinson attended the luncheon and meeting of the IHlth district Federated Woman's Clubs hole Tuesday in Jersi'yvilli? will Rabbi Issermann of St. Louis as the guest speaker. icorgc Huff, Mrs. Edgar Overby, 1rs. Gorrald Crist, Mrs. Henry loberts, Mrs. Martin Roberts, Mrs. Dan-ell Walters, Mrs. Robert Calllson, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. ,croy Gaffnoy, Mrs. Monroe Ellott. High School at the annual Careers Day Thursday After opening remarks by Principal John Mull, I wo discussion groups were held in the morning and a third in the afternoon. Speaking on nursing was Eileen C. Cttughlin, RN, BS., Nursing Arts Instructor of St.. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Harry E. Jacohson of Olln Industries, spoke on office work; Dr. J. I In 11 of Southern Illinois University Carbomlale, on teaching; M/Sgt, F. S. Dcvill on the military; J. C. Fallon of Wuellner Construction Co., Alton, on construction. Other specialists on the program, were George I^eighty, Wood River, for newspaper work Bon Ruyle, Alton radio technician for radio and television; Krtwurd Kit/miller on beauty culture; Ally. Eldon Durr, Edwardsville, on law; Stanley Sprague, a representative of the International Association of Machinists, on mechanics; and on machinists, 11. W. Davitz, personnel director of Laclede Steel Co. A film was shown for students Interested in aid stewardess. Evaluation of all careers WAS made at Ihe conclusion of the day. go lo the Church nl 1 :.1I inrnl of Mrs. Irmn Rich, a former past matron of the Chapter. Surprise Itlrtlulay Dinner MEDORA - Mrs. Mate Poob- IPS was Riven a surprise dinner Tuesday in honor of her seven- licth birthday. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thurm nnd family. Wayne Peebles, Wayne Cox, Mrs. Lucille Wheel- pr, Vincent Peebles and son, Jerry, and Mrs. Frank Poll, Springfield. Film at Kemper Church MEDORA — Sunday evening at 8:15 o'clock a film "From Bethlehem to Calvary" will be shown at the Kemper Baptist Church. Public is Invited. Kemprr 4-11 Meets MEDORA — The v Kemper -Ml Club met Wednesday evening at the homo of Ronnie Maycs. Seventeen members were present. The Clubs, voted not to have a 4-11 sottball team this year. Clifford Ruyle gave a. tnlk on "How to Feed a Steer" and James Wilton Jr., on "Care of a Steer." At the next meeting, May 12, at the T. B. Ruyle home, Keith MEDORA— The Associations! W. M. r. mooting was held at the Baptist Church Wednesday. The chtrrehos represented included Benld. Emanuet. Giload. Gillespie, Modesto, Nil wood, t'nion Chapel. Prairie Grove. Pleasant Dale, New Hope and Medora. Mrs. G. W. Comptcm had the morning devotional. Mrs. Cren Dawson, Modesto, spoke on the Carver School of Missions. Rev G. W. Compton of Medora delivered the morning message. Mrs. Clark of Modesto Society spoke on "Salvation to Impart" and the slate president, Mrs. Curtis Mar-tin. gave the highlights of the state W. M. U. Convention. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. Rev. Eugene Kauffman led the afternoon devotionals and Miss Virginia Chism of Medora sang. A business session was held. The invitation from the New Hope church was accepted for the July meeting. A nominating committee, composed of Mrs. I/>ve of Modesto, Mrs. Abraham Wright of Benld, and Mrs. Cain of Nilwood, was appointed to select officers to be voted on at the July meeting. The Associalional Camp was announced for July 20-23. Rov. G. W. Compton was appointed on the Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wilton, and Mr. and Mrs. James Wilton have been visiting at Barnhart, Mo., with Mrs. Raymond Cap- Bethalto Rotary Hears Sawyer Camp committee to take the place of Rev. L. E. Hutchlnson, who has moved from the Association. The Associational Vacation Bible School clinic was announced to bn held at Medora April 22, which is an all-day meeting. MOM nl St. .lolin'n Church EDORA— Mass at St John's [ man. Mrs. Stewart Moore and son, Alton and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and sons, Gary and Brad, helped their father, W. E. Johnson. Sr. celebrate his 84th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders were in Alton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hart, anr family were .-upper guests Wed nesday of Mr and Mrs. Floy< Bolin, Alton Bolin just returned home Saturday evening oversea service. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Golikc were recent visitors with their aunt, Mrs. Ben Oetken, Fostcr- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnet t and family, Madison, will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Voorhees. Mrs. Russell Downs, Mrs. Henry Pricker, Mrs. Andrew Cox and Mrs. Selina Chism wont to Alton Thursday afternoon to see their father and uncle, Charles Frickcr, who is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital. Alton. Mrs. Charles Chism and Mrs. H. C. Haven Chesterfield, spent Thursday with Mrs. Agnes Chism Mrs. Elsie Griffith, Chesterfield, has been spending the week at Ihe home of her brother, L. of Standard Oil Company's Re- inery at Wood River, was the principal speaker at the meeting >f the Bethalto Rotary Club at Zion Lutheran Church Wednesday night. He was introduced by Cal Neunaber, in charge of the program. Sawyer discussed Inland Waterways, telling of the various tonnage of materials carried by barge lines on some of the main rivers in this section of the country. Man Dies in Wreck On State Route 45 SALEM, m. /P —Joe Hober of Salem was killed Thursday night ! in a collision of his car and ft truck on State Highway 45 near this Marion County town. Twelve minuets written by Mozart in 1791 have been found n a church near Vienna. WOOD FOLDING CHAIR G. Robinson. Mrs. II. L. Maple, Mrs. Nelson Milner nnd spns, and Mrs. Wayne [ Chism worn in Alton Tuesday Charles Ixirton. Greenfield is »,r^w-wi- ».«.-,» o^v ........ spentlinK 1hc weekend here in Church Easter Sunday will be at ' ... t * ,,..,. „ .. . „„ 6:30 a.m., conducted by Rev. Francis O'llura. Lenten Serv-1 ices were held on Thursday eve-1 ning, instead of Friday night. Attend (Juesl Night MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge, Miss Pauline French and Mrs. Ina French, attended guest night at the Carlinville Chapter of Eastern Star Tuesday night. Miss French filled the station of Ruth. the W. F. Milford Bennett homes Fof noon of Beauty *nd Lifetime Wear Demand ttie Best— ASPHALT AND VINYL rLOORING Manufactured bf Johns-MaariJIe Install It yonfMlf of we will do It tot yon at prices yon can afford to pay. E&E CO. 87 Henry St., Alton, III. Phone 3-7739 For lown or porch. Comfortoblc merol braced choir. Clear varnish finish. SPECIAL $998 3 JOE BRANDT HDWE. 712 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3-5213 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Powell will talk on "Berkshire Hogs" and Ronnie Mayes on "Turkeys," Games and refreshments followed the meeting. Watch • Jewelry REPAIRING Expert Servlc* roily I Guaranteed CTONE BROS. W TELEPHONE 2-1111 Allon, III. - ll» W. Third 81, Wnod Rlv«r 8tor« >t Corner Ot Perdition And Wood River Av«. Ol»l 4-IMS HERE ARE THE FACTS! Your best glasses investment See the NEW "Rage"! 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Broadway SALES PERSON NO. 1 $55.16 SALES PERSON NO. 2 53.42 SALES PERSON NO. 3 51.55 We believe these employees are the highest paid shoe salespersons in the City off Alton. HO.Mi; M HSKKV, Koutu liti WOOD KIVKK: HOMti M KSKKY, 9th St. & FAhvanUvllle lid. SHOE! 123 W, THIRD ST., ALTON, ILL. VITA! VITA! VITA! If You Like Milk, We Think You Will Like VITA Better. A Delightful All Weather Drink. (Serve It As You Like It) Available at Stores and From the DRpSSEL-YOUNG and ELM DAIRY Milkman at SHibtJy Less Than Milk Prices. Tin Nam VIM .to Our B«i»l««i hub Mart and Mar >• Virt Only wilt Ow PHONE TRI-CITY 64085 ; ^^^^^^^BJIM DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY PHONE ELM DAIRY 2-2921

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