Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1954 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 17, 1954
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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1954 Triangular Meet Slated Tuesday *• At Jersey High JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey Community High School track team will bfe host to teams from Greenfield and CarrolHon Tuesday afternoon at the local field. The Panthers will again be at home for a meet Friday -evening when Jacksonville and a third team yet to be selected will furnish the opposition. The final meet of the season ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH i will be May T when the Panthers \vill enter a team for th*> district i meet. In case any of thP local learns place in the district competition, the winners will he en- i titled to enter the state finals at I the fniversity of Illinois. 1 The Illinois Valley Omferenoe i meet will he held at Pleasant Hill Friday afternoon and eve- nine. April 30. Pleasant Hill has a new track and the school is making elaborate plans for handling the meet, t-ast year the meet was held in Jerseyville and present plans call for the holding of the competition at a ne\\ school each season if facilities are available. NOTICE SPORTSMAN'S CLUB MATINKK 1:00 P.M. FREE PARKING IN REAR NORSIDE LAST TIMES TONIGHT It Startled Million* "DONOVAN'S BRAIN" 5:07 - 8:47 CIIANEY "MUMMY'S GHOST" S:40 . 7:20 SUNDAY - MON. - TUES. Adults 35c 'til 2p.m. — Children lOc all times . JOAN CRAWFORD TMI MRST TIME in color by TECHNICOLOR I 2:49 - 6:08 - 9:80 EDWARD SMALL ,..,.,., .JOHN PAYNE EVELYN KEYES IMG - 4:35 . 7:54 ww «-. j. ^ :-w.->.*w.v.. :-M:WJ *M.;w:v>?.-f»r>K >;i :< *M*.TO« .;*: >•:;:«;.,; MWK!fc¥Jtf :;s*^^;-&^^ ALT-WOOD 0 UTD0 OR OLD ST.'LOU IS ROAD — TEL. 4-2114 «:SO—Show Starts 7:00 Nltely—RAIN OR CLEAR. ENDS TONITE — 2 RUGGED ACTION FEATURES Charlton Heslon Susan Morrow SAVAGE f \ Ui OH U^i TECHNICOLOR < ,, OWL SHOW EVERY SATURDAY NITE s>^*?' •S'-'M^^f^^^r y •w" *•/•% » <'a&vry«ft,*a, T-<rs,W/>«-< ^><%< -*1*»wist4,J^SwifexA^»J.<**( iidi&xSlSfc'*^*. *f.jf£3tlb.iu.,{r <i,;,,2i.*,i<* , m * M ' 3rd ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT, SUNDAY, 6 P.M. OVER 100 PRIZES FURNISHED BY THE ' , MERCHANTS OF WOOD RIVER AND EAST ALTON f * FOR ALL THE KIDDIES UNDER 12 ATTENDING. SUNDAY AND MONDAY Heavy Rains Hit !f |I » BMI *» "'" GrrcnficltJ School Board J t f t . Has to Hewie Heartier ersevville Area PAGE THIRTEEN Unffor«*tt»l»l« IMtirt l MARK STEVENS More Than fneh Reported fn Several Sertor* BILOXI. Miss. .?• - A woman j hont on suicide gave It vip to sa\ e j x ftould-bp rescuer «~ho couldn't | swim. | Riloxi police quoted Elaine Mar- Shipman Home Reorganized for 1954-55 Bureau Meets JERSEYVILLE tincz. 24-year-old dancer Rmntall in inc . shp as say"-.-I ^"* .nuuptTi uDiii H wnan m- the Jerseyville vicinitv Thursday .day because she was tired of liv- afternoon varied from one half >nR. to t\vo and a half inches, according to reports from various record keepers in the locality. Four miles east of Jersoyville. the lightest rainfall was reported, approximately one half inch. At GRKKNFIKUX — A roorgan- i/:iiion meetine of the board of directors of the Greenfield Community I'nit School District WHS held Wednesday nicht. Lynn Kinser »nd Wayne Thayrr «err Pinrnpplr Doily! 26 INCHES Jerseyviiic more than one inch of rain foil in the citv in the pr . w ", 8 *"" ' snam of a little more' than r, ° rdprly colute - m j" utps -., Father Heinen at 8:30a"m.T T«-o miles east of th» city, rain Tho Rev. John J. Clanev pas- gauges there measured one and i tor of St. Francis Xavier's one-eighth inches o frainfall dur- i Church has announced that directors and Clyde I .and and Russell Finney were elected tp fill two unexpired terms of one year earh. Teachers of the high school, crade school and attendance centers of the district have heen offered contracts. Vacancies will o-was arrested on « char K e of dis-i ^ iS ' J" « ev<>r " 1 ifi(1 f > « rfmrnts ' • - - " >!iss Ann Bauer, who has served us director of physical education two years, has received her appointment in the physical education department at the University' of Wisconsin and will continue A In Marnier. James Jen-son, for- Rot he didn't know how to swim, »rtd jumped in to rescue her. Miss I Martinez pulled him from the water. Officers Emilr Rousseau and Vincent Ferrnda Jr. said the dnnc- " " ••"••••••I, ><ui-i v.imrrn nas announcen that '• l " •* iscunsin mm win coniiiuic ing the first shower. Rains Inter in j masses on Easter Sunday morn- -"""1.v for her masters degree, the afternoon swelled the total in | ing will he at the regular hours ™'"~ ""— ''—'"'"" ~ r " ' the Jerseyville vicinity to anoth er inch and a half, and the same measurement was recprded for the area west of the city. In the Dow vicinity, two showers during the afternoon each deposited rainfall of one inch on each occasion. Lncey Waggoner who operates a store in that vicinity was in Jeresyville Friday morning and reported the rainfall was sufficient to start hranches flowing for the second time this year. Catholic Masses JERSEYVILLE -- An Easter sunrise mass will he celebrated at the Church of the Holy Ghost by the Rev. Father Paul P. Hein- cn, pastor, starting at 6:30 o'clock. This will be a high mass and special music has been prepared by the choir for the occasion. A low mass will be read by t of 8 and 10 o'clock. The second mass will be a high mass sung by the children s choir and will be followed by benediction of the blessed sacrament. Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs* Barney Freshour are the parents of a son born Wednesday at the Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton. The baby weighed eight pounds and two ounces and he is the second child of the couple. Will Visit In St. Lout* JERSETVILLK - Mrs. Anne Shortal, teacher in the Dow primary grades will RO to .St. Louis to spend Easter at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Robert Shortal. The latter is recuperating from an operation which he submitted to recently at the Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis. 14* TONITE AND SUNDAt MATINEE SUNDAY Doom Open 1:45 JOHN PAYNE • EVELYN KEYES " "99 RIVER STREET" Shown Tonite 8:30. Sunday H t 8:40, e:01, 9:01 YVONNE DE CARLO • CARLOS THOMPSON "FORT ALGIERS" Shown TonitB 7:00. Sunday 2:00—4:50—7:80 ADULTS 40c KIDDIES 12c ROXANA, ILLINOIS THEATRE" ^^^^^^^^^••^•^•^^••••••1 TONITE-SUN.-MOH.-TUES. NO PARKING PROBLEMS AT KOXANA ZSI^ SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM I P. 51. -~"^—^™ Week Day» Continuous from 7 P. M. ^^ZZZ Joon Crowford — Michoel Wilding — Gig Young "TORCH SONG" TECHNICOLOR. I^SZZZZ Shown Sunday 1:00—4:56—8:50 •'•^•^^ •—»—•— Shown Tonite, MOII., Tueg. »:25 ZZZZSIS Donald O'Connor — Janet Leigh — Buddy Hockett "Walking My Baby Back Home" TECHNICOLOR. Shown Sunday 8:20—7:15 Shown Tonite, Rlon., Tuen., 7:40 SELECTED SHORTS >* DOHOTMY MALONE STATI JOHN PAVNK EVELYN KEYES "99 RIVER STREET" Shown at 3:35 '- 7:85 .TODAY SAGA THK WEST "GUN BELT" Shown at 1:86-5:35-9:35 8 CARTOONS SERIAL SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY RED SKELTON CECIL B.DEMniE RffTY ^ T8CHNJCOU)!l IUBUH mn-moii HHPICHN IN THE "TAXI, MISTER?" Shouu at 3:45 . 7:85 •CARTOON •NEWS Miss Hauer, daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. drover I,. Hauer. is a Rrad- unto of tho University of Illinois. Miss Barbara Hrownlce, commercial instructor, and Miss Verna Hagaman, vocal music director, will be married during the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Bagwell have resigned as faculty members. Mr. Bagwell is trmtht'mnt- ics instructor nnd Mrs. Barbara Heath Bagwell is home economics Instructor. Urcenfleld Notes GRKKNFIEU) — Mrs. Grover L. Hnuer entered Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Thursday where she will undergo major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Dclbert Cox and Mrs. Cox's mother, Mrs. Margaret Thomas, of Raymond, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox Friday. The group visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Saundors in Mcdora in the afternoon. Miss Lucille Barnett is spending several days at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Reno, in Browning. Air. and Mrs. Ciller Strang and daughter, Sandra, are visiting during the Easter vacation with Strang's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. .and Mrs. Robert, llcrt- ensteincr, ,in Sheboygan, Wls. Jack Bost of Concord, N.C., and Dick Bauer, students at Central. Technical Institute, Kansas City, are^pending the Easter vacation with Bauer's father, Virgil Bauer. Mrs. Fred Meng left Friday for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olson, in San Antonio, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Richardson and family of Western Springs will arrive here Sunday to spend several days with his mother, Mrs. A. C. Richardson. Mrs. C. J. Doyle of Springfield, accompanied by Miss Daisy Williams, spent Friday with Mrs. Doyle's sister, Mrs. J. T,,Under. Medora MEDORA — Miss Ruth Clino, Chicago, arrived Friday night to spend the Easter weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Cline. Today they were in Bridgeton, Mo., with A1r. and Mrs. C. E. Cline, and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carter, Springfield, visited over Thursday night with his mother, Mrs. Eva Carter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Compton and family are here from Carbondale to spend the Easter vacation. Mrs. Melvin Bridges returned home Thursday evening from Memorial Hospital, Alton, where she had been a patient since Saturday nifiht. Mrs. Dwight Taylor is home from Macomb Teachers College, for the Easter vacation. Her husband, Cpl. Dwight Taylor, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., wilj join her here at the Earl Richey home Sunday. Mrs. Tayfor will accompany her husband back to Ft. Leonard Wood, where she will spend next week. Cpl. Donald Cameron, who has been spendjng the past month here with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Cameron, after arriving home trom Korea, left Thursday to report, at Ft. Sheridan, III. Mrs. Eva Day, St. Louis, Is here for the weekend with her sister, Mrs. James Strunk. Mrs. George Straub has been at the Wood River Hospital sev- j era! days helping care for her mother-in-law, Mrs. L. F. Straub, who underwent surgery there. Mrs. ,R. H. Bosley, Formosa Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Lee Zipp. rich of Peoria, are here to spend Kaster at the home of their brothers, Jesse and Owen Strunk. Mrs. James Strunk was hostess | to the Stitch and Chatter Club Friday afternoon. Donald Marshall, Jerseyville, spent Friday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Warner. Mrs. Ed Powell, Mrs, Bess Carter and Mrs. Mary Metcalfe spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Melcalfe's daughter in Alton. Miss Rose Carson has received word ol the serious illness of a friend, Miss Jessie Wells, who IK in a Decatur hospital. Miss Well has visited here frequently. She and Miss Carson were teachers in the school at El Paso. Jll.. 50 years ago. Mrs. Russell Jones and daughter. Imo Jean, Brighton, were supper guests Wednesday evening of hre mother, Mrs, Viola Peek. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Watkini, Alton, were here Thursday visiting relatives. P. L. Warner, Brighton, spent Thursday with his parents, Mr. «nd Mrs. R. E. Warner. ( Set off a special table with this dramatic doily in pineapple design and plain mesh, For a match chair-set, send for Pattern 775- Each pattern 25 cents. Crochet: Pattern 897: doily, 22x'J6 inches in No. 30 cotton. Larger in heuvy cotton. Send 2,1 cents In coins for Ihta pattern—mid five cents for each pnttrrn for first-claim tnnlllng. Sent! to Alton Telegraph, 0(1, Neeclleernft Dept.. P.O. Hox 1(11, Old Clielnea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, your Name, anil Address. ( Don't, miss our Laura Wheeler IDS'! Needleerafl Catalog! 7!) embroidery, crochet, color-transfer nnd embroidery patterns to send for—plus four complete patterns printed in book. Send 20 cents for your copy today! Ideas for gifts, ba/.nar sellers, fiishions. D. F. Gilx'rwoii Buys Mother's Slihre of Finn As of April 1, Dudley F. Gib- crson purchased for an undisclosed sum all but a fractional share of his mother's partnership interest in the Gibcrson Insurance Agency, according to an announcement from the Gibcrson office today. Mrs. J. A. Giberson has been a partner in the firm for 25 years. She was the managing partner from .1943 to 1945 while' Dudley Giberson was in the army. Since the fall of 1945 she has not been active in the business. SIIIPMAN. — The Shipman Home Bureau t'nit met Thursday afternoon in the Methodist Church basement with 25 members present. Hostesses for the meeting were Mesdames Don Cravens, Kenneth Archer, Howard Franeh. .Tiiy Alwrtrd and Kenneth Sehrl- er. The major lesson on "Preparation of Cooker 1 and Baked Foods for Freezer StornRe" wns )j[i\en by Mrs. Robert Knhl and Mis. Wilbur Knhl. Tho minor lesson wns givpn by !Uiss Bertha Shult/. and (lie health lesson by Mrs. Kenneth Archer. Miss Bertha Slmll/ told of the home bureau-sponsored trip she took through the southern stntes. Those desiring tickets for the cooking school nt the Marvel Theater In Curlinvllle on May 11 nt 1:30 p.m. may contnct miy member. Tins* Visits Olln Office SHIPMAN. - - The Office Prnc- tico Class nf Shlpmnn High School were in Alton Wednesday inspecting the offices of Olln Industries on K. Broadway and Olin offices in East Alton. Those who mndo the trip by bus were Miss Shirley Wheeler, Miss Virginia Brawn. Miss Dorothy Bosonnvorth, Miss Nonna Slnnibe, Miss Mary Burns, Miss Evelyn Spurgeon, M| ss Annn Mac Huff, Miss Alice Ncwby, Miss Marilyn Matlack nnd Miss Joan Knlow. The Rev. Compton of Mc.dorn, who is .substituting for Conch Mnssett, accompanied the group. Sl|l|itnnn Note* SHIPMAN. - Women of Ihe Slilpman-Piasa nrea nre to meet nt tho Piasn Baptist Church Wednesday at -:30 p.m. to make cancer dressings. The first five grades of the Shipmnn Grade School were entertained Thursday afternoon by the teachers, Mrs. Carl Schuctz, Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Fulllnglon nnd Miss Betty Walker. Games, egg hunts nnd refreshments wore enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lahr nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Knhl and Richimt wore In St. Louis Thursday night to pay their respects to A. F, Slelnlnngc, an official of Quality Dnhy$ who died Wednesday. Mr, nnd Mrs, Dewey Payntor spent Wednesday with their daughter and family, Ihe Rev. nnd Mrs. Owen Hn.milt.on nnd Ann ut Plymouth, 111. Marshall nnd Luther Hnlliduy spent Thursday with Mrs. Jennie Fritz in Springfield. Some people with unusually acute hearing can take In sounds up to 20,000 cycles a second, nays the American Hearing Aid Assn., but the average range of hearing is about 3,000 cycles a second. Motive « Will lt<> CLOSED All iliiv EASTER SUXIIAY BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MKT. NOTICE TO VOTERS OF GODFREY TOWNSHIP I wish to rhonk all those who voted fpr me and elected me precinct committeeman. Precincf No. 2 PAUL HAWKINS Godfrey, III. FIESTA COFFEE SHOP !{«« K. FKRGIIBON, WOOD RIVKR MR. AND MRS. DONALD HUNDAV MENU A LA-CARTE T-lioiia Ntc.nk ••••¥1.50 \ l t Fried Chicken $1)50 Krimch fr. ohrinin Si tO » (JrllJccJ I'ork ChopN .... SJ.10 with Frpnch Kricn unil Kulud Howl. $1,J.O with DINNERS • Vu, Hakrd Jluni • Klttwml (.'htckttn DumiilingK ...... *1 10 • Hukr,a Chicken with* n™»»in g ......... $1.10 • Child Plain ...... 750 • llomn Muiln I'ic, & Roll* Op«n Week Bay» 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.—Sunday 7 a.m. to 7 n.m! CIX)HBI> ON HA'J UltOAV Easter Egg Hnnt Held M Sterling School rmir.HTON The weatherman triod to ruin an Eastrr ERR hunt Thnrsdnv afternoon at the Sfprling School hut did not sue- i-pp«1. Thr younRstprs hnd thpir fun. pvrn thotiRh the PRRS were a liftlo damp. Six found lucky esfis and re- orivod prizes. They «-ore Patrl- rin and t.inda Turner, Richard Alexander. Judith Rlumstein, Helen t.ep .Tones and Dorothy Knke. The Sterling School Mothers Cluh provided the CRRS, both dyed nnd enndy. Thr r\'fnt wan also an-ringed ns a Rf't-ai^quninted party for the pre-school children of the community nnd Ihoir mothers. There were ,12 children between the of one to six years present. Mrs. Uicille denies is Instructor nt Sterling, where there are 17 pupils enrolled. The April community mcetlnR lor patrons of the school will he next Friday evening. Mrs. Anna and Mrs. Aj?nes Hunt will he hostesses. Rev. IVimmse To Speak On 'Our Risen Lord' Services will », P held nt the Jortfrey C'onRrcKatlona! Chureh at Sunday, and tho pastor, he Rev. VV. K. Primrose, will peak on "Our Risen Lord." The huivh school will follow a light to he served in the Imrch basement, New members will be received nlo the fellowship of th« chuixih t lire 11 a.m. seiviee. The junior liolr will slut- and Miss Cordelia DoiiRlns will slnR "Tho Lord's 'rnyer." "The Victory of Our 'allh" will bo (lie subject of the lastor's sermon at tho It a.m. eivlep, Godfrey Church Services Listed GODFREY — Special early services have been planned for Easter morning at the Godfrey Methodist, Godfrey Congregational, and Melville Congregational Churches. The earliest service is scheduled for 6 a.m. at the Metnodist Church and will be the annual sunrise service. The regular Easter morning service wiH be held at 10:45 a.m. Two morning worship services are scheduled for the Godfrey Congregational Church at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Breakfast will be served In the church basement following the 8 o'clock service. The men's chorus will present the special music at the 8 O'clock service. The reception of new members Into the chwch is planned foj the 1.1 a.m. service and the Junior choir wiH sing at this service. Church will hold its Easter worship service at 7:30 a.m. A pro* gram of musical numbers has been planned by the choir. Plan Doughnut Sale GODFREY-The Women's Society of Christian Service of th» Methodist Church will have a doughnut sale next Friday, April 23. Orders may be called in to Mrs. Earl McMichael, 2-8141, or Mrs. VV. H. Thomas 2.7922, until Wednesday, April 21. The cost of the doughnuts hns been set at 50 eonls per dozen. Here's n pork chop know-how. Center-cut chops arc cut from the center of the loin; they ar« lean and regular in shape. End chops arc out from either end of the loin; they are fine in flavor and not so expensive as center- cut chops. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK COUNTRY KITCHEN l«, 100, I'A mllon Went of North Alton on Roiul to Mnrqufttte Pnrk IF YOU LIKE GOOD FOOD Try Ut - We Will Try to P!MM SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. DAILY 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. We also serve private parties 2-0113 WALLY & MILLIE PFAFF, Owners DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Dar Stroud Orchestra Godfrey Township Veterans' Center On Rt. 100 — 8 Mllo* Out of North Alton formerly Club 100 PUBLIC WELCOME GODFREY UGfllON POST 1318 ,...iline fnstyU MENU== DINNERS baked ham with raisin sauce chicken and noodles fried chicken - baked chicken baked turkey and dressing t-bone steak Hot Rolls - Homemade Pie - Coffee Children'* Mate, Open Easier Sunday 7 a. m. till 8 p. m. Closed All Day Saturdays Always Fresh Bakery Goods in Our Jiakcry Department WOOD RIVER BAKERY and CAFE 42 Went Kergu>.oii Dial 4-7188 SIOCKCM ALTM $PEEMAY OPEK SINMY KIOHT, ANIL 25ft RACES SANCTIONED BY THE ALTON STOCK CAR OWNERS AND DRIVERS ASS'N. TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. C.D.T. 1st RACE 8:15 P.M. . Adults $1.25 - Tax Included - Children 50c PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE t MILE NORTH OF GODFREY ON JUNCTION 67 AND 111 RACES EVERY SUNDAY

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