Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1954 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, APRIL ie, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN On Job BO Years Carlimille High Teacher To Resign At End Of Term CARLINVILLE — Miss B. Eva Hoehn, teacher of biology in Carlinville Community High School in the Carlinville City High School for 12 years preceding that, has tendered her resignation, effective at the close of the present school term. Hrr resignation has been accept- rd with expressions of regret by board members and administrators. In addition to biology. Miss Hoehn taught classes in general science, and at one time taught, German in the high school. Miss Hoehn's teaching career began in September, 1904, after her graduation from Carlmville High School, when she accepted a position at Kasten School, after qualifying for a certificate by ex animation. She later taught at Washington School, Staunton grade school and Carlinville grade school. This year she- will complete her 50th year of teaching in schools of Macoupin County, 45 years of. which have been in Carlinville. All her college work for her degree has been done in summer sessions. For many years she has held a state life certificate. "Miss Hoehn has been active it community affairs, having been in strumental in the organization and progress of Girl Scout work in Carlinville. She has been active.in churches, and is a choir member. She is also active in Eastern Star, the American Association of University Women and other community groups. Methodist Classes Feted At Graf ton GRAFTON. —Mrs. John Bradfisch and Mrs. Arthur Wilson, teachers of the Junior and primary classes ot the Methodist Church, entertained their classes with an Easter party Wednesday night in the church annex. Thirty - three children were present to enjoy games with prizes awarded to Joan Duncan, Bobby Smith and Emily Klein. Each child received favors of Easter baskets filled with candy. Refreshments were served at 1he conclusion of the evening. Return to St. Loul* GRAFTON. — Mrs. Mildred Bradford and Mrs. Alice Mosby of St. Louis returned to their homes Wednesday after spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Mosby's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosby. Mr. and Mrs. Mosby entertained at a birthday dinnetv Sunday in the honor of Mosby's mother. Clmreh Notes GRAFTON. — The following services for Sunday have been announced at the Grafton Baptist Church: Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock, evening service at 7:30 o'clock, and Bible School at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. there - will be prayer and Bible study. The young people will meet Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. Red Cross Drive Lags In Macoupin Only25PerCentOf Quota Collected CAALINVILLE - Mrs. P. 0. Landon. Red Cross- chapter chairman, expressed concern for he future of the blood program n Macoupin County, in view of the lagging Red Cross campaign for funds. Financing of the blood program denends on thi- success of this drive. Only $3000 have been collected so far. which is about 25 per c-ent of quota for the chapter in the fund campaign. "The local blood program is financed by money collected in the fund Irive and can he continued only if the necessary funds are available."the chapter chairman pointed out. Benefits received by residents of this county from the blood program alone exceed in actual money value the total chapter quota of $11.210 according to the chapter chairman. According to records in the Red Cross office. Macoupin County residents would have had to pay about $16,000 for the blood they used last year if the blood had not been available through the Red Cross. In addition to the blood program money collected in the local fund campaign finances — the water safety program in which over 1000 youngsters, representing every community in Macoupin County received training last year; First aid courses offered to school bus drivers and firemen in various parts of the chapter; Red Cross aid in disasters throughout the country; Red Cross help given locally and around the world to members of the armed forces, veterans, and Iheir families; and many other services provided locally nationally and internationally. Chesterfield United Church Services Listed CHESTERFIELD—Sen-ices for Sunday at the United Church are a* follows: sunrise sen-ire at 6 a.m. w^th a play "On (he Road to Emmaus" to oe presented by the Young Adult Class. At 6:30 a.m. an Easter breakfast of ham. eggs and biscuits will be served. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 10:45 a.m. The vesper sen-ice will be at 6:30 p.m. Both the Junior and Senior choirs will sing. Plan Food Sale CHESTERFiELl>--Th« annual Easier food sale, sponsored by St. Peter's Episcopal Guild Society will be held Saturday at England's grorery beginning at 9 a.m. Keller Community Club Is sponsoring a dance Saturday evening at Keller Community House, beginning at 8. Mrs. Ella Archer, 92, of Car- linvllle, a former resident of Chesterfield, fell Monday evening and broke her hip. She is a patient at. Carlinville Area Hospital. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD — Mrs. Elmer T. Keele accompanied by Mrs. Louis Mathis, Mrs. W. E. Followell and Miss Ruth Sawtcll attended the 20th "district Shipman 49'crs Seat Officers Robert Morrison Is New President of Club veninn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods. William Dunrnn presided over te Lfgion meeting and Mrs. Woods over the Auxiliary meet- ng. Women's Club meet at the First Baptist Church, Jerseyville, Sunday. They also attended a tea at the home of Mrs. Theo. Chapman. Easy — See Diagram Kant* Carol Novak On Dean's List At Blackburn CARLINVILLE — Carol Novak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carney, 521 East Main St.. Carlinville, has been placed on the-dean's list at Blackburn college. Dean's List standing is the highest academic honor that a student can receive at Blackburn. The names of 22 students of the 330 enrolled in the college appeared on the mid-semester dean's list. A student must have achieved at least a B-plus average in all courses to receive academic honors. Bolivia now newspapers. has five daily Makes Difference A person weighing 200 pounds on the earth would weigh about 33 pounds on the moon, 58 on Mercury, 172 on Venus, 74 on Mars, 528 on Jupiter, 234 on Saturn, and about 5,580 pounds at the surface of the sun. Imagine! One piece to each jlove so you can crochet several pairs in a jiffy—have fresh ?loves every day, and in colors to match your summer wardrobe! Easy crochet, good-looking. Pattern 766; directions for small, medium and large are included. Send 25 cent* In coins for this pattern—ntlrt five cent* for each pattern for flrst-claM mulling. Send to Alton Telegraph, flfi, Npwllecraft Uept., P.O. Box 1(11, Old Chelsea Station. New York II, N. V. I'rlnt plainly Pattern Number, your Name, and Ad* dress. Don't miss our Laura Wheeler SHIPMAN — The Shipmaft 49'ers met Tuesday evening «t the home of Patty Ahvurd. Truman Porkllnton, lender, (n stalled the following officers president. Robert Morrison; vice president. Ruth Pocklington secretary-treasurer, Carol Ruth erford; recreation leaders, Al berta Michael and Patty Ahvard and reporter, Roy Pocklington A talk on "Chickens" was glv en by Carol Rutherford and ft Easter poem was read by A berta Michael. Robert Morrison will be hos at the next meeting at his horn on May 12. Visiting Mother Here SHIPMAN- - A2C Thomas Sa\ yer of Chanute Field and A2C Bob Leach ot Denver, Colo., arrived Wednesday for several days visit with Tom's mother, Mrs. Emmett Hall and family Tom graduated Tuesday from special instrument school with top honors. Upon leaving Shipman he will go to Lowry Field near Denver Colo. Home. For Vacation SHIPMAN — Local students home from college for the Eas- tear vacation are: Norman Jasper from Stale Normal; Joyce Gwllllm from Washington University in St. Louis, and Leo Stnmpe from University of Illinois. Schools Closed SHIPMAN - Shipman High School and Grade School will be closed for Easter vacation until Tuesday, Principal Murfln and family KANE - The Kane Unit of the Greene County Home Bureau met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Arthur Roady. Mr. and Mrs. John Farbarh Ir., and family moved to Kane he first of the week to live with ils parents. Mr. and Mrs. Len Wheeler en tertained at dinner Wednesday for their granddaughter, Anela Sue Foster Guests were: Mr and Mrs. Roy Foster, Mrs. Delia Gentry, Jerseyville, and Mr, nnd Mrs. Wayne Wheeler. It als was the birthday of Mrs. Gen try. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Berry left today for Sommervlllc. N, J. for a visit with Mr. and Mm. Dell Hein. A communion service was held 'hursday evening at the Meth- xllst Chwrh. The wedding of Paul Reynold* on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds, Kane, and Miss Helen >arlene Brannan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Brannnn, Eldred, will take place Saturday at the Carrollton Baptist Church. George Watts, Kane, received word Wednesday of the death of Ills brother. John Watts, Quincy. Funeral rites will he held Saturday in Jerseyville. Rev. C. L. Peterson. Kftne, was one of the seven speakers at the Baptist Church today. His subject was "Woman Behold Thy Son." Services at the Church of Christ will be at 10:30 a.m. Sunday willf Elder Lowell Winchester, Pearl, as speaker. "This Mortal Must Put On Immortality" will bo the sermon theme of the Rev. C. L. Peterson Sunday at 10:30 at the Methodist Church. There will be no evening service. At 6:30 a.m. Sunday Sunrise services will be held nt the Bnp- tht Church. Rev. C. L. Peterson, pastor of the Methodist Chttrch will speak on "Recognizing th« Risen Lord". At 10:45 a.m. ftte Rev. William Sealock willl preach. Report Jon Hall, Wife Agreed on Separation j HOLLYWOOD JP-Jon Hall's at-1 tornry says the actor and his wife of nearly IB years, singer Frances | I^iiiKford, have agreed on a separation. Leon Kaplan said Thursday the! couple had drifted apart because their careers allowed little tlme| together. Get set for SUMMER 1954 Needlecraft Catalog! 79 embroidery, crochet, color-transfer and embroidery patterns to send for—plus four complete patterns printed in book. Send 20 cents for your copy today! 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