Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1954 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1951 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Wood River High Seniors To End Dramatic Careers In 'Arsenic And Old Lace 9 WOOD RIVER—Curtain rails for "Arsenic and Old Lace" will he the final ones in the high school dramatic careers of the cast, which is made up entirely of vrniors at the Community High School. The three-act romedy by Josoph KesselrinR will be presented in the high school auditorium Thursday niiht at 8 o'clock. Student tickets are 25 rents if pur- rhased in advance, and adult 1'irkets are 50 "ents. Fifty cent j tickets will also he sold at the | Shp " Ten-are, was one of 186 door the night of the perform-1 Valparaiso Vntversity students unce. Tickets may be purchased ! recently honored for scholastic in advance from members of the j achievement. Receives Honors At Valparaiso U. Katlimnr Amlrrws. Roxana. Ha«l 2.50 Avrrajjr ROXANA. — Miss Katherine Andrews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Andrews of No. 9 t ast. Most of the seniors in the play have compiled outstanding Miss Andrews, a 1953 graduate of the Roxana High School, is majoring in elementary educa- achievementf in non - dramatic , tjon at the Lutheran University activities at the high school as I and earned freshman honors \\ell as in acting. Tiennis Hudson. | \\iih a grade average of 2.50 last Pauline Quinci. Shirley Lind- j semesier. A straight "A" aver- quist, Mickey Bolo, x Tnm Cahoon and Don Snedeker- are all members of the National Honor j Society. Irma Bartels and Shirley Lindquist are members of the Mello-Tones and girls chor- age is valued at 3.00 and straight "IV at 2.00. W.M.t'. Program Meeting ROXANA. The Woman's Missionary T'nion of the First Baptist. Church met at (he church us. and both had important roles j Thursday for an all-day meet. in "The Merrv Widow." i The morning WHS spent sewing quilting and a sac.k luncheon enjoyed at noon. In the afl- Members of the tennis team are Mike Mitchell. Tom C,ahoon and Roser Wilbur. Bob Stouffer \vas captain of Ihe football team last season., and Mickey Bolo and Joel Schwalbe were also on the team. Joel Schwalbe also \von the Oilers' "Player of the Year" award in basketball. Don Snedeker is president of the student cabinet. Roger Wilbur and Terry Watson were co-winners of (lie best Thespian award for the 1052-1953 school year. Pauline Quinci, Dennis Hudsqn, Roper Ringering, Roger Wilbur. Joel Schwalbe, Terry Watson and Tom Gaboon \vere featured in the fall play, "Night of January IB." Roger Ringering, Dennis Hudson and Roger Wilbur have announced their intentions of continuing Hieir dramatic activities in college next year. The cast is now moving into its last few days of rehearsal to provide the audience with murder and mirth Thursday night. The production is under direction of Richard Claridge. Teacher Attends NEA Conference Represents District 104 At Regional Meet WOOD RIVER — Miss Helen Adams, president of District 104 Classroom Teachers Association, returned Friday from a regional instructional conference in Minneapolis. The conference, held Monday through Thursday, was sponsored by the National Education Association and eight state associations, including Illinois. It was only the second conference of its kind, the first being in 1951, Miss Adams said. Those attending were separated into 25 small groups for discussion of common problems on all school levels and various subject fields. Opportunity was also available to observe activities at the childrens' school at the University of Minnesota. Miss Adams represented district 104 and the Classroom Teachers Association. ernoon a program was presented. Letters were read from missionaries by Mrs. Homer Peck. Members attending were: Mrs. Cecil Doiris. Mrs. Newton Tucker. Mrs. L. M. Muslnin, Mrs. Albert, Bean, Mrs. Waller Mapes, Mrs. Lynn Major, Mrs. Ro5' Stevens, Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Roy Johnson. Mrs. Jennie Smith. Mrs. loss Hardway, Mrs. Roscoe Woods. Mrs. Susie Snedeker. Mrs. Cecil Vinyard, Mrs! Karl Kirby and Mrs. Gerald Ksles. Troo|> )15 Kgg Hunt ROXANA. — Brownie Scouts of Troop 315 enjoyed an Easter :;gg hunt Tuesday after school at Kendall Hill. Favors were given each girl. Leaders attending were: Mrs. Marvin Kessler, Mrs. Vincent Felton and Mrs. William Wells. Mothers assisting were: Mrs. H. Fulkerson, Mrs. Walter Ogg and Mrs. H. Teasley. NEW POLICE CHIEF WELCOMED — Roy G. Coutre, righl, newly appointed Chief of Police of Wood River, is welcomed by Police Capt. Frank Sweet, retiring chief. Coutre was in town Friday to make arrangements for a place to live. He and Mrs. Coutre will reside at 418 Ferguson Ave. They plan to move here from Chicago hy the end of the month. Coutre, a retired Chicago police sergeant, will assume his duties May 1.—Staff photo. Obituary E.E.Elhoffer Spending Kuster Here ROXANA. — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bean and infant daughter, Lola, of Van'dalia are spending the Easter holidays with Bean's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bean and daughter, Lola May, of E. Tydeman Ave., and with Mrs. Bean's mother, Mrs. Mary Grange of South Roxana. Bean is an instructor at the Vandalia High School. Roxana Church Services Sunday ROXANA—"The Risen Christ" will be the Kaster sermon topic of the Rev. E. E. DeLong, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, at 10:40 a.m. Sunday. Church membership certificates will be given to the new members at this service. The Rev. L. E. Mustain, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will use as his sermon topic at the 9:45 a.m. worship service, "Take Another Look." At the evening service at 7:30 his topic will be "The Besetting Weights." Kdward K. Elhoffer, SO, a meat cutler, who had worked in Alton for the past 20 years, part of the lime at the Goldman store on Highland Ave., and more recently for the H&R Wholesale Meat firm, died early this morning in his sleep in nn Alton hospital. He had been a patient in the hospital for only nine days. Elhoffer, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elhoffer, was born at Carrollton. He spent his early life in Greene County. Surviving are two sons, Edward of St. Louis, Mo., and Roland of near Carrollton; two daughters, Wihna Jean, who is in California, and Mary Lou; a sister, Mrs. Dena Neal, Detroit, Mich., and two brothers, Joseph, St. Louis, Mo., and R. E. Klhof- fer, Alton. James Watson SHIPMAN—A patient in Carlinville Area Hospital for two months, James Watson-, 84, died there Friday at 6 a.m., previous to which he had been at True Nursing Home. He was a son of the late Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Watson, and was bom July 30, 18G9 in Delhi. He was married to the former Miss Mary Dean who died 16 years ago. A year later, Mr. Watson retired from the Chicago and Al- bc serious. A widow of James L. Hazelip. Mrs Hazellp was born Sept. 30, 1895 in West Alton. She is survived by three sons, Thomas, with whom she lived Pearl E. Hazelip and Cpl. James Robert in Korea; a daughter Mrs. Mary Ruth Farris, anc three grandchildren, all of Hart ford; and four sisters, Mrs. Em ma Wilcox, Hartford, Mrs. Doro thy Orris, Wood River, Mrs Nina McFarlane of Flat Rock Mich., and Mrs. Etta Warden of Colorado. The body is at Streepor Funeral Homo, Wood River, pending arrangements. Mrs. N. Scoggins Union Takes Action on CECs Latest Projwsnl WOOD RIVF.R — The stalemate continued today in the contract dispute between the Wood River laborers' Ixval and the Construction Employers Council. The CES Wednesday offered the union « 10-crnt per hour wage increase and nn 18 month contract, hut thr union has not yet acted on the proposal. A union spokesman said the matter will he brought »ip before « membership meeting soon, but said ho had no indication ol when the meeting will be held. He said the CEC still has not given any answer on the union's demands for a 12'3 cent Increase retroactive to Feb. 21. and nn additional 10-cent increase begin ning June 1. The CEC previously offered a five cent increase, whlcl was rejected by the union, and It latest proposal includrs the 10- cent hike. Roxana Casters Entertain Team From Si. Louis ROXANA. The Roxnna tournament casting group, sponsored jy the Roxana Recreation De- virlment, entertained the Hluo- *ills. Junior organization of Ihe North St. Ixiuls Fly and Rail Casting group in the gymnasium of the Community building Wednesday evening. Cnstws were classified accord- ng to averages earned this past year. In the group Ollie Sweeney of St. Louis and Terry Cashen of Roxana tied for high score with 98. Edwin Harbke of Roxana was third with 97. In the I? group Mike Lowe of Roxana was first, and Jim Lynch and Jim Scott of St. Louis were second and third respectively. In C division Bobby Hobson bad a score of 87, Todd At East Alton Committee Selects Platts for EAST ALTON — A landscaping, The students ar|> to plant Seeds KASTKtt UABrtlTS DGIJVRR KLOWKKS—Two delivery men and one derk of a Wood ttlvor flower shop were dressed In Easier rnhhit eostumes as they made (heir deliveries Friday and today. From the left are Konald Powell and .foe 1'irkering, delivery men, and Mrs. William Fisher, clerk In the shop. — Stair pilot o. Mrs. Stepson President Baptist WMS Elects Officers Friday Night at East Alton Norvell SO, and Mike Jordan 77. In the girls' and women's gitmp Sharon Kmnpmincrt of St. Loui shad 86, Mrs. Eldon Hobson of Roxana hnd 79 and Mclinda Lowe, of Roxana was third. In the adult, group Mack Weiss of Roxana had 97 and D. Kamp- minert of_St. Louis had 96. Mrs. Arthur Mikkelson Sr., served refreshments. Fire, Police Elections Scheduled Monday Monday will be election day for members of both firo and police departments. The firemen, voting a Central Ave. hose house, will EAST ALTON — Officers to be I Installed at the May 4 breakfast were elected at the meeting of Woman's Missionary Society at First Baptist Church Friday evening. Mrs. Stanley Stepson was reelected president for her second term. Others arc Mrs. Ruth Myers, vice president; Mrs. Orvll Otfli's- by, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Albert Duffield, program chairman; Mrs. S»m Roberts, assistant secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Harry Albers, spiritual life secretary, Mrs. Raymond Dourland, Christian Social Relations; Mrs. A. E. Jones, White Cross secretary. There will be no charge for the May breakfast but reservations are to be made with Mrs. Oglesby. A cash offering taken at the break fast will be contributed to Mis sions both slate and national. Mrs. Oglesby Is also taking re In failing health for several j choose a member of the Firemen's years and a patient at White Nurs- pension board for a 3-yoar term, ing Home, 205 East Elm St., for three years, Mrs. Nettie Naomi Scoggins, 73, died at 1:15 a. m. servations for scheduled at the all day rally First Methodist A baptismal service will be conducted at both the morning and evening service. Easter Services At South Roxana ton R. R. as supervisor, and moved to a farm in Shipman. During the period of his declining health he was cared for by a sister-in-law, Miss Elizabeth Motorist Demands City Put Red Flag on Trucks WOOD RIVER—An irate motorist from a nearby community phoned the Wood River Police Department' around 5:30 p.m. Friday, demanding that the city place "little red flags" on the backs of city trucks. He explained that on Wedens- day he narrowly missed hitting the back of a city truck, but was not so fortunate Thursday night when he ran into the back of the truck. His head was thrown against the windshield and his nose injured, the man.said, and suggested the use of red flags to prevent such accidents in the future. The police officer on duty said he would forward the complaint to the proper authorities, but politely suggested he couldn't see how a "little red flag" would help If the motorist failed to see the truck in time on two occasions. Officers to Be Honored WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Walter Vaughn, Past Worthy High Priestess, Mitchell Jackson, Past Watchman of the Shepherds, and present officers will be honored at the meeting of Caspar Shrine 93, White Shrine of Jerusalem, tonight at 7:45. WOOD RIVER — The Philathea Class of First Methodist Church voted to purchase an added supply of silver and dishes for the church kitchen at the Friday evening meeting at the church. Announcement was made that the team captained by Mrs. Sylvester Berrnes in a recent finance contest had been victorious and would be honored at a future date. Twenty-eight were in attendance with MI* H- E. Scarborough and GUutyi Arbuthnol as the pri^e winners at games during the social Dean. « Besides his parents he was SOUTH ROXANA.—Union Sunrise Easter services will be conducted at the First Southern Baptist Church Sunday morning at 6 o'clock. Churches participating are the Methodist, Assembly of God, Free Will Baptist and the Methodist Church of Wanda. The Rev. Charles Twente, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, will give the invocation; preceded in death by a brother, Charles, two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Dean and Nettie, who died in infancy. Surviving are two brothers, Harry and John William, Alton; two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Pettifer, Alton, and Mrs. Luther Gillham of Dow. The body is at Ferketich Funeral Home, where friends may call. Rites will be Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Denis Church, Ship- today in Alton Memorial Hospital. She had been at the hospital for four weeks. Mrs. Scoggins bad suffered from arthritis for several years and three years ago when nursing care became imperative she was brought to Alton from Carrollton. She was born Sept. 11, 1880, in Greene County and had spent her early life in Carrollton. She had resided in East Alton for 21 years and while there had affiliated with First Baptist Church. Eight years ago she moved from East Alton to Carroilton and had resided at the latter place until entering the nursing home. Surviving are three sons, Harold, Alton; Hubert, East Alton, and Jean, Cottage Hills; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hurley, Hamden, Conn., and Mrs. Jessie Kirkland, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Ernest Roberts, Carrollton; a brother, Harry Varble, Grafton, and seven grandchildren. Her husband died in July of 1929. Her daughter, Mrs. Hurley, wa.« flying today to St. Louis to attend the funeral. The body is at Strecper Funera Home where friends may call after 7 p. m. today. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the funeral home after whicl the body will be taken to Carroll Policemen will elect two trustees to their pension board, voting at the police station. Pensioned former department members also may choose representatives to the respective boards. The police pension board has an adjourned meet- ly set for April 20, It was said by ity Clerk Price, the secretary, nd may at that mcelng reorganize or the new fiscal year. an instrumental duet will be given by two members of the host church and the choir of the Methodist Church will sing. The Rev. Wallace Malone of the Free-Will Baptist Church will read the Scripture and a vocal solo will be sung by a member of the Assembly of God Church. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. William Diepenbrock, pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church, and the Rev. E. Scott Buechele of the Wanda Church will sing a vocal baritone solo. The Rev. Edward Cockrel, pastor of the Methodist Church will give the benediction. The Rev. E. Cockrel, pastor of the Methodist Church will use as his sermon Sunday at 9:30 a. m. "The Resurrection of Jesus Christ." The youth revival with Rev. Gene Norris as evangelist will continue through Sunday at the Free-Will Baptist Church in the Old School building. The Rev. Wallace Malone, pastor, will bring the Easter message at the morning service. Rev.' John Beard, evangelist from Texas, is currently con> ducting a revival at the First Southern Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. man, followed by interment in ton for burial, the church cemetery. Mrs. Anna Collins MEDORA — Mrs. Anna Brown Collins, 83, died Thursday at a nursing home in White Hall. Before her marriage she was Miss , Anna Eglason of Medora, where she was born and reared. Funeral rites were held today at the Baptist church at Roodhouse. Burial was in West Cemetery, near Scottville. She was married to P. L. Brown Aug. 27, 1891. He died in 1923. One daughter born to them died in infancy. Her second marriage was in 1929 to Jesse Collins of Girard, who died in 1930. Mrs, R. Hazelip Within an hour of the time she was scheduled to be dismissed from Wood River Township Hospital, Mrs. Ruth Hazelip, 58, suf. fered a fatal heart attack at 9:30 a.m. today. A resident of 17 W. Maple St., Hartford, Mrs. Hazelip was taken to the hospital Monday but her condition was not thought to Mrs. lone Mikan The body of Mrs. lone Mikan 2, who died last Wednesday in 1 hospital at. Denver, Colo., will >e brought, to Alton for funeral ervices and burial. Upon arrival lere it will be taken to Slat en 'uneral Home where friends nay call after 1 p.m. Sunday. Funeral rites will be conducted at the funeral home Monday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. G. Mohr of he Assembly of God Church, Jerseyville. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs. Mikan, who Is survived y a son, Dean, 14, of Denver, Colo., and two daughters, Mrs. Perahie Nelson, Fidelity, and Mrs, June Pease, Hlllsboro, was born at Donnelson, Sept. 22,1901. She spent the greater part of her life at Donnelson, and had been in Fidelity before going to Denver, three months ago. Also surviving in addition to her children are her mother, Mrs. Hattie Garrison of Alharn- bra; a brother, James Garrison, Alhambra; two sisters, Mrs. Belle White, Pocahontas, and Mrs. Kate Lewis, Denver, Colo., and eight grandchildren. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Church, Greenville, April 27. Fifteen members made reservations at the Friday meeting. An Invitation was read to mem bcrs to attend a luncheon be given by women of the Roscwooc Heights First Baptist Church Tues day at noon. Devotions were presentod b Mrs. Albert Duffield and Mrn Merle Hungerford presented th .slate of officers for election. The program director was Mr.' Gertrude Barbon. Assisting wit the program were Mrs. Hungoi ford, Mrs. Willie Holder, Mrs. C. Barnett, Mrs. George Hartley Mrs. Sam Roberts, Mrs. A. li Jones and Mrs. Josephine McCtiir Two Alarm* at Kaal Altoi EAST ALTON — Kin-men ai wrrod two alarms within a 1ml our Friday night. The first was at 7::i5.p. m. 1o m home of H. F. Bird, 82fi Cherry t. Firemen said a short circuit n an cleclrlc motor on the fur- ace caused the bln/e. Damage as limited to the mulor. At 8::iO p. m. firemen were call- d to the 700 block of SI. Louis \ve., where a short circuit In the vlrlng caused minor damage to ajj utomoblle owned by a man Mont- fled only as Emll Kellerhouse. Japanese television service ban elebratod its first birthday, To- tyo reports. plnn for the grounds about at nrw provided by thf Junior High School was selected at the Thursday evening meeting of the Civic Beautification Committee at the Community Build- 1 ing. Shade tiros will be planted in the foreground in front of the structure and evergreens and flowering shrubs intermingled in the foundation plantings. Excellent response anil generous j contributions to the project of j various civic organizations has enabled the committee to set up the plan cm a three year basis. Contributions have be«>n received from the Senior Woman's club, sponsor of the group, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Machinists Center and American Legion Auxiliary as well as the schixil liqard, Other have promised to we cash contributions in by the Irst of May. Will Complete t'lnn* In l''«ll Definite decision was ttlso reach- on the plantings at Washington md Lincoln Schools. The grade school grounds were asphalted re fully and small areas left open for landscaping. Theso small plots »nd a portion of the Junior High grounds will be planted this spring if Ihe desired nursery slock Is available. Because of the advanced season and rxlstlng drought condition, mirserytnen nd- vise against expensive planting Ibis spring. Therefore, the committee decided to plant sparingly Ibis season and complete plantings this fall to the extent, of funds on hand. The village board proclaimed May 1 to 7 as Clean Up Week, An extra fleol of trucks has been en- club in school flower boxes uncer supervisioft ftf principal. Robert Lahey. Zinnia seeds are also avaflftbl« to other clubs -rind organizations, Boy and Girl Scouts, and may t» obtained hy Contacting Mrs. Charles Camp, -109 Oak Drive. club chairman. Other beautifitlation projects and permanent organization plans were discussed by the committee Thursday which slateill another meeting for S p. m. April 22 at the Community Building^ 13 East Alton Cnbs Presented AwardsThursday ga^cd to start pick-up May They will haul all types of rubbish and debris which at other limns is refusod. Residents are requested to place rubbish In roiv talners near the curb by that dale. Hum TniNh In C.!onlnlm»rn The lire department asks thai burning be dono In containers to eliminate daiiRcr of costly grass fires. The Boy Scouts are co openitlnK with the clean up pro liram with a wnstt! paper drltfe May 1. Posters urKliiK cleanups and the planting of the city flower Zliiiila, are being displayed throughout tho village. This por tlon of Ihe campaign Is sponsorei by the East Alton Woman's Club EAST ALTo - A graduation ceremony and Awarding of badges highlighted ihe Thursday evening meeting of Cub Scout Pack 1.1 at Blair Scrjool. Also listed oili the program was A story of "(Conservation" told by Mrs. William Bonner, den mother of Deb 9. Den 2, with Mrs. V. J. Brijizler as den mother, demonstrated the outdoor code while Deh 6 and Den 4 presented the orlenlng and closing crcmony. Th(iir den mothers are Vtrs. Clifton Shoreack and Mrs. ohnny Flntt, The candlelight ceremony dem- mstrntlng th«f meaning of Cub Scouting wa* (conducted by Cub- nastcr Rnyrrlond Walker and Joy Scout Lanny Brazier. Gary Cooper graduated from the pack nlo Troop 13 and was received vy Asslslant Scoutmaster V. J. Brazier, and Scout Lanny Bra- /icr. Cubs receiving awards were U»rry Moore Belcher, Bill Joe Herb:, Eddie Bashan, Mlciaet Kadell, John Fife, Herschell Gill, Buddy Klutlj Richard Harris, Thomas Hlsc, Ronald Orr, Den-- nls Shoeack, and Donald Neese. A birdhouoi building contest is now in progn In the paok. The o the three selected houses will fc put on display at the May pack meeting and prizes awarded as the best. Walker am ounced that on June 5-6 the Cub: i and their fathers will have an at Camp Wa Mrs. Larry Hale rind Mr. and Vlrs. James Jackson of East Alton and Mr. anad Mrs, Donald Halo of Roscsvood Heights. IMt. Oldcon'H KiiNlnr Service* EAST ALTON- -Sunrise service will be at. B a.m. at Mt. Gideon Baptist Church Sunday, the Rev, Raymond White, pastor, has announced. * A ham and egg breakfast will be served in the church basement following the service. Sun- diiy school will be at 9:45, followed by the regular service at j 11 o'clock. In tho afternoon, an Easier egg hunt, for children will be held. Children are to meet at the church at 2:30. overnight camp-out •ron Lcvls. Mrs. Sum Roberts gave the bent diction and Mrs. Hungerford wa hostess for the evening. VUltliiK Children Merc EAST ALTON—Lawrence Hale of McLeansboro is spending this weekend with his children and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hale, Wood River; Mr. and GET THE BEST GET SEALTEST PHONE 3-9213 Enjoy EASTER DINNER in the Beautiful RIVIERA ROOM Price Includes Complete Meal. Fruit Cocktail, Tomato Juice, French Onion Soup Roast Turkey, Celery Drensing, Cranberry Sauce..2.50 Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, Mint Jelly 2.75 Baked Easter Ham. 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