Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1954 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 20, 1954
Page 11
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Member of The Associated Press, 5c Per Copy. Greenfield Area Exceeds Quota in Red Cross Drive ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH -< Section 2 Pages 11-18 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1H54 GREENFIELD--Mrs. Andrew Dalfon, local chairman of the American Red Cross fund drive, has announced that Greenfield pnd vicinity exceeded the quota of SS-10 in the recent drive. Total amounts received were $745 from the following groups: business firms. $191; residential area. $270.35: clubs. $30.65; and rural areas. $25?.. Mrs. Dalton \vas assisted by Mrs. William Stringer. Mrs. Glenn C. Smith. Mrs. John Van- drveer and a large group of volunteer workers in tho residential and rural areas. Mrs. Grover L. Bauer is chairman of the Greenfield chapter. Schedule Meeting;* GREENFIELD — Mrs. Amol Greer will be hostess at a meeting of HJ chapter PEO at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. The group will continue the study series, "Know Religions", and Mrs. George T. Parks will give the program on the subject, "Theosaphy". The president of the chapter, Men! "Old at 40,50 60?'lYou're Crazy FM! Ytars Ymngtr-w m rasr Tan diM't ritk i i«d centl If rou'ri 40, 50, 6(| or ever, K« how much new pep you cm get! SM how m«ny ye«n younger you can fprl, Try Oitrei Tonic Tibleli today. For ' oney Try Ostrel lo gM pep, !<•*! younger, tnd»y G*l-»cqu«intfd" «z» 51)1. At <1) dni»»ijt» In Alton, »t Thrlfly I)ri]«». Mrs. R. B. Ellis, will attend the state chapter convention at the Edgewater Beach Hotel. Chicago, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Earl Converse, worthy matron, has announced a regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the Masonic hall. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet for a pot luck supper at 7pm. Wednesday in the social rooms of the Legion Home. Miss Pearl Bermes will give the program, a travel on Mexico follo\unt; the supper and business session. Private Rites Held For Mrs. Anna Adams Denby CARLINVILLK — Private funeral services for Mrs. Anna Adams Denby, 77, widow of Walter Denby of Carlinville, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, this city. The Rev. W. W, Swift, rector, officiated. Burial was in the Denby family lot in the City cemetery. Mrs. Denby died at 10:20 p.m. Friday at her home, 331 East Main St. She had been in failing health for a number of months. She was born April 15, 1877 in Mowequa, a daughter of Joe and Nancy Wydick Adams and spent her early years in that community. She was married in 18fl7 to Waller Denby and they made their home in Carlinville. Mr. Denby preceded her in death Mr?. Trma Rich's Rites Held at Fidelity ft FIDELITY — Funeral services uei-e held at the Baptist Church Saturday afternoon for Mrs. lima Rich who died Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Bethel, at New Florence, Mo., following a short illness. The Rev. Herman Rhoads of Carlinville assisted by the Rev. Robert Wallace of New Florence conducted the services. Pallbearers were Stuurt Wilson and Fred Rich of Morrison- villr; U'ayne and Harvey Challn- combe and Russell Rich of Medora, and Irvin Spmilding of Alton. Burial was in the Medora Cemetery. Fidelity Note* FIDELITY — Sunday School services will begin at 9:30 a.m. (CSTi beginning Sunday at the Baptist. Church. The morning worship services will begin at 10:.'50 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed and Miss Evelyn Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Loy. Mr. and Mrs. George Bell and Judy and Kathryn MORR spent Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Lawrence of Woodburn. The state of Delaware has a perfect circular arc for one of Its boundaries. Gciry Cooprr TCI P/civ tlootw Moro PT A Meet I Set I in 1943, besides one daughter, i Florence, who died in infancy. i Surviving are one daughter. Mrs. Helen Denby Hargrove of Brownsville, Texas; one son, Waller Gordon Denby of Carlinville; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. By Bofl THOMAS HOLLYWOOD /P—When Gary Cooper plays Daniel Boone on the screen, he won't be wearing a coonskin hat. j The reason is that Boone didn't | like a coonskin on his head. Too I hot. said the frontiersman, who had a bushy head of hair. Besides, [you're liable to collect fleas that I way. i This is one of the facts uncovered by Milton Sperling, who will produce "Daniel Boone" with Cooper this summer. The producer has culled most of the historical works on Boone, selecting the fact from the legend. "It is sometimes hard to find the real story." said Sperling-in his Warner Brothers office. "The public has many misconceptions about him. Most people think of him as a tall man, about Cooper's size. Actually, his skeleton reveals he was of medium size. He is also considered to be the discoverer of Kentucky. He wasn't. Other white men had been there before. He was the first to settle there." Sperling, a young, well-read movie maker, said the script will stick largely to fact. It is being written by Philip Yordan, who wrote "Anna Lticasta." "Boone's life was fabulous," said the producer, "but the mere recital of heroic deeds is not enough for a movie. We needed to have a theme for his life, and I think we have found it. "Although Boone killed many Your best glasses investment See the NEW "Roge"! A new idea in chongeable fashion frames ; ONE pair of lenses — THREE attractive frames. 213 PIASA ST. 9-5 daily ... 9-9 frida -ARE PAYMENTS A PROBLEM?- If you are In debt, and behind in your payment*, let BUIKJET PI,AN «rrnii K ». to icet you nut or debt with payment* you can iilford, rrifanllrs* of how much you owe. No lecurlty or endorsers required—one place to puy. THE BUDGET PLAN 101 VV. 3RD ST., 2ND FLOOR— fbone 2-9711— ALTON, ILL. C«pyrlih» IMS — D.F.B. — 81, Lnuli, M*. MORO - The regular Parent- Teachar Association meeting will be held at the school Wednesday evening at 7 :30. A program following the business meeting will consist of several accordion selections by Joe Hlavsa. pupil in the Glen Carbon School. He will also accompany the school pupils in sond. .loo. a very talented youth, has appeared on radio and TV. Other musical numbers will be given by local pupils. Members of the program committee are: Mi. and Mrs. George Little; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lambert and Mr. and Mrs. M C. O'Dell. The social committee is Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Burgess, Miss Kate and Miss Tillie Zoclzer. Childrens' entertainment will be supervised by Mrs. M. C. O'Dell and Mrs. Roy Schuette. Mrs. Raymond Lambert will be song leader. for Training MORO-Mr. John Strickland of Edwardsvllle and Lylc Landreth accompanied Lmid- reth's son. Roger, to Madisonville, Ky. Saturday. Roger is under contract to the Madisonville Miners, Class D. farm club of (he Chicago White Sox and reported for spring training with the club Monday. men in his life, both white and redskin, he placed great value in human life. He was a kind, gentle man who merely wanted lo satisfy his simple wants. After he had seen Kentucky, he realized Hint the good life was there." |Wh.n HEADACHE- your •nd nervn enw du« to I lit n»|n ,H quirk rell»f with Cunudiiw. >r» liquid . . . r( - - I'ollpw (ho l«t*l~«vnid •«m I «M dni| nlor fitil. ir Al I Established Jan. 15,1836. Prairirtown Pair Honored on ;?0f/i Dfffp of PRAlRlETOWN-Mr. and Mrs.! William W. Gusewelle rele- j brated their golden wedding an- 1 niversary Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold CraWrre. Mrs. Gusewelle was the former Miss Louise Dustman of Hamel. Attendants at the wedding were: Mrs. Frank Klein, Herman Dustman, Herman Gusewelle and the late Mrs. Ren Moehle. The Onsowoltos have one daughter, Mrs. Harold (Vernal Crahtree: four sons, Arthur of Rethnlto, Edwin. Gilbert and Wilfred of Prairletown and 12 grandchildren. Guests present for the supper were: Rev. and Mrs. Stelle- wagen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gusewelle Sr., Mr, and Mrs. Frank Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gusewelle, ,Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bnunvortb, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Dumbrow, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wcsterholl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwai-d Melkamp; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braasch, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gusewelle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gusewelle and family, Mrs. l/niise Paul, Mrs. Mary Meyer. Mrs. Louise Crnbtrce, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ohm, Ben Moehle. Wilfred Gusewelle, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gusewelle, and family, Orville Ohm, Elrny Brumvnrlh, Marie, Margie and Norma Crabtree. • Hayn "Move On" A rest center for tramps, recently established at Frenchay, nenr Bristol, England, has the village in an uproar. Tramps roam at night, residents say, begging and searing women. Two tramps mistook the village hall for the rest center and wandered in, breaking up a women's whist drive. iquid CAPUDINE William Otis, of Massachusetts, developed the steam shovel in 1838. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK THE GROWING TREND TO LINCOLN To a lady with her eye on fashion and a man with his eye on action Young lady—do you keep ahead? In fashions? In home decorations? In the way you live? If so, we're talking to you. And sir—if you like action, this message is specifically for you. For the new Lincoln is the one fine car that comes closest to tomorrow— in design and performance. Notice first the clean, trim look of the Lincoln. No bulging fenders or useless chrome. Functional beauty is built in every line. Second— drive this fine car. No other one on the road gives you such effortless response; for 2 years in a row Lincoln took 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th places among all stock cars in the Mexican Pan-American Road Race. (The Lincoln V-8 engine is the finest specimen of today's high-output, low-friction design. It has such exclusives as the vacuum-operated 4-barrel carburetor .. . and a precision- molded crankshaft for the utmost smoothness.) And the Lincoln ride is purposely designed to he different—with its own kind of balance, poise and smoothness. The firm control, stabilily and easier handling are the result of the first major front suspension improvement in many years—the new ball-joint suspension found only in Lincoln among fine cars. Won't you see the new Lincoln for yourself—and then drive it? Come in and let us hand you the keys to a Lincoln or a Lincoln Capri. For the fourth straight year, Lincoln won first place in its field for economy in the famous Mobilgas Economy Run. DESIGNED FOR MODERN LIVING Ml f, MOAPWAY LINCOL TOM HARRIS POWERED FOR MODERN DRIVING Women Voters' ElectiotiTltursday Alton League of Women Votrrs will hold Its nnmml business and' rlrctinn mooting Thursday at S p. m. Rt tho Y.W.C.A. ChntiRrs in the by-laws will ho votofl on. Now members of tho board, a vlco- prosidont, treasurer, and a new nominating committee will ho eleolod by ballot from n slate of Candidates presented by the nominating committee. Proposals from (lie membership for n two-Item lo- rnl agenda for the coming year will also be discussed and voted on. The lonfiuo also works on Hems from agendas adopted at biennial state and national conventions In which its delegates participate. The national convention, composed of delegates from every local league in the United States, will be in Denver. April 26-30. Mrs. Au- pusto C. Hershey will attend ns delegate from the Alton League. Mrs. Nellie Srropgins Funeral Services With the Rov. William F. Rohn. pastor of First Baptist Church, Knsi Alton, officiating, funernl rites were conducted Monday nf 1 :,10 p. m. In Streeper Funeral Home for Mrs. Nettle Nnomi Scoggirw. 7,1, n former resident of Knsi Alton. Burial WHS at Cflrrollton, in City Cemetery. The Rev. Howard K. Miller, pastor of Brown Street Baptist Church, \\-ns soloist, nnd Mrs. Alonzo nosenhergcr was organist. Casketbearers were Donald, Gerald, and Walter Vnrhlc. Jack, Carl, and Ernest Roberts Jr. Prairietown PRAIRIETOWN _ Kathryn Sue, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Becker, was bnp- tizecl Sunday afternoon by the Rpv. Stcllwagon. Sponsors were Mrs. Carl Kngelkc and Mrs. Victor Becker. Miss Alvina Kden and Molvln Hcnschen of Now Douglas will be married Sunday at. 2:30 p. m. (DST) in the Lutheran Church. Charles Se.lgel is a patient nt SlHunlon Community Hospital where he is suffering from pneumonia. Delmore Dustman returned home Sunday from St. Joseph's Hospital at Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Helm- knmp niul son, Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gusewelle and sons were gucsls Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scrmefor and family. William C. Gusowclle, nnd Mr. ant] Mrs, Clarence Gusowelle and family spent Friday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Rousin nt St. Clare, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. William Frill- mnn nlfcnrled the wedding and reception of Mr. nnd Mrs. William WoHlherforcf of Texas nt the Li it he ran Church In Kcl- wnrdsvllle Saturday. Mrs. Frill- nian is the former Miss Sliirley Menke, Mr. nnd Mrs. Curl Wcishmipl and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wcis- haupl spent 'Sunday with Wll- linm Welshaupl at Lllchficld Hospllnl. Miss Marie Heine of Edwards- villn spent the weekend with Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Buntc and daughters. Don Ohl of ttdwardsville spenl the weekend with Billy Schwalb Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dub- iclde and Mrs. Arthur Schacfer wore St. Louis visitors today. Moro Moto Jfofp* MORO—Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dorsey spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dorsey in East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bra/ler and family spent Easter with Dr. and Mrs. .T. L. Dobrinsky at Illiopolis. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Anderson and daughter, Judy, and son, Kenneth, of Grayslake, 111., were weekend guests of the Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Allin. Mrs. Allin is a sister of Mr. Anderson. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Helmkamp on Easter wore Dr. and Mrs. Clinton Bowman. East St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kuethc atid daughter of Ferguson, Mo., Snd Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meiffcrs of Bethalto. NOTICE TO III MEMttM W UIOB L(CU Hi, III ElaeliM April 2IH Voting from 4 P. M. to T P. St. at Union Hall 0*«l*r PHONE 3-U64 something n under t . . . snaielhinp Iwelyl too '. . . crisp cotton lore that't completely lined and ban, tuithfmut wte-check gintfinm, peg-pocketed. Tun rhlnrstane pins sparkle on the bodict . . . the effect it B, daintily differna as you could «'M//. Natural lace over maize gingham clnrk; Misses' Sizes. 25 .00 m But My Money Hasn't f We Pay 3|% On Our $100 Paid Up Shares ALTON BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N, BROADWAY AND THIRD STRiET Over One-Halt Million Dollar* in Reserves For Our Member*-

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