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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1954 Jersey Rotarians Hvnr Saving Instructor Mond SIWi if ay JERSEtVILLE-Thomas Svob, Imffifctor in science at the I1H- *nols Braille and SiRht Savins School ffi Jacksonville, formerly Illinois School for the Blind. spoTce at the weekly noon day dinner at the Jerseyville Rotary Club, Monday, given in the basement at the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church here. Prof Svob was accompanied by One of the students of the? school, Don Heirler, who appeared also • on the program and gave several piano numbers. In his talk. Svoh reported that the School at Jacksonville is operated under the juriydictlon of the Illinois Department of Public Welfare, and at present the student capacity is at its peal; "The students come from a I! parts of Illinois." Svob slated. Stale Pays Tiilllnn "The expense of pupils attending the school so far as tuition, hooks etc., is borne by the state," Svob Stated, "but personal spending money must come from members of I heir families or others Interested in their welfare." Svob distributed samples of the Braille alphabet, and later In the program a demonstration of reading by the use of Braille was given by Don Mel tier, who Is able to achieve greater speed in reading in this manner than many people having normal sight. Don Heltler, the pupil who accompanied rt-of, Svob here Monday, is a junior In the high school. He has done a great amount of work in music In eon- junction with his studies at the school. He has been at the school for the past 12 years with two years spend in the kindergarten. The faculty at the Jacksonville school contains .16 instructors, and this does not Include the various supervisory personnel, house mothers, etc,, necessary In carrying out the program and living conditions of the pupils. Three cottages of dormitories exist for the boys and a similar number for the girls. The three collage groups are divided among the small pupils, the intermediate ages and the older group. New Mi-in hers In trod need During the meeting Monday noon, vice president Marvin Hutchcraft presided in the absence of President M. Edwards Breed. He introduced two new members of the club, G. Ray Pearce and Charles W. Mourning. A report on the proposed Khoury baseball league for this locality was given by Keith Mundy who attended the general meeting last week. Announcement was also made that Rice Stix is seeking a location here for the purpose of establishing a garment factory. Roy Rogers and Trigger flew to England and drew large crowds while touring variety theaten in Britain early this year. Jersey Stti(le|ite To Be Honored Tn Rrrrivr i '" 1 I Al t" of I Honor* pay I JERSKYVILU: - Severn! .ler- J spy County students nl I lie Pnl- j versify of Illinois have achieved ' the distinction of membership In ! the croup of .students If whom "ill he Riven a( the HUNT HARDWARE ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS • Hardware • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Floor Sander* For Rent Sunday 8 a.m. to Noon. Telephone 4-8075 I Hours: Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 30th Annual Honors pay fjonvoca- tion to he held in the university auditorium nl 1:1.") p. n|. April .lanirs D. Keehner, son of Mr. and Mrs, Carl L. Keehnr-r, and Hownrd tendon, son of Mr;. I.eslin A. Landon and the late Ml. Landon, bolh of whom nre freshmen al Ihe university this year, nre in Ihe group to be recoKni/.f|rl. It Is a special achievement for fresh- mm at the university to merit n place in this honor list. Miss Sharon Knise. dai Mrs. Lena Kruse of Kielr s a senior nl Ihe tinivcmly, will ilso be on the list recon li/.cd nt .lie annual Honors Dny ('onvoca- Ion. Miss Kmsc has an uifslnnd ng record of driving received straight "A" in Latin f veers, four in high school ^ind four at the university. of nil. who >r eight Jcrspy Bcflidnnts Aliciul Family Reunion JERSEYVILLE - Mr. md Mrs. Tohn Prosscr and Mr. end Mrs. '•eno Prosser of Jerseyvil o attend- a family reunion En ler Sun- 'rosser's nd Mrs. Vernon Prosscr nl Meadkwbrook. lay n( the home of Mr. brother and sister, Mr. North Alton Hie members of I he fn illy hud not been together for some time. Others present included! Mr. and Mrs. Mai-tin Prosser and children of Sailor Springs, III., Mr. and Mrs. Guinn Anderson aid family of Richmond Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Orville White and daughter and Miss Esther Pimser of Alton. Pvl. and Mrs. E. Wekloi Mullins and son, and Mrs. Edna Crum of Belhalto. En route home the local people were guests of Mrs. Hen mctl at Fosterburg. of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. Edward Vahle Jr. are th of a son born April 16 sept's Hospital in Alton. s the fourth child and if the couple. He weig )ounds 10 ounces. M lliiiii-N H JERSEYVILLE - Mrs V. McKinnin and daughte and Sally of Springfield, lerseyvillc Sunday to v Tuesday with the former ry Brum- and Mrs. e parents l SI. Jo- The baby hird son ed eight Edward rs, Cindy came to sit until s mother, Mrs. C. M. Mages. I'lolilon Mini Home From HnNultul JERSEYVILLE — Kersey Pniitl of Fieldon who has been a pa- licnt the last ten days rl the Me morial Hospital in Allrm where he was taken in ,lacoh> ambulance, was brou^it to iiis home Monday. Knicliircs lll|> In Brothers Kail JERSEYVILLE — Miss Nell Bowman suffered a friulure of the hip in a lull Silt ning «t her hume on S mill Washington St. She \vns removed in the Jacoby Ambulance to Hie Memorial Hospital in Alton submitted to an opera!inn Monday morning lor correction lure. i relay cvc- whero she if the frac AW.' A TRAILING GERANIUM! New Kruse Sensation TRAILING IVY GERANIUI 40' KHt'SK OrfKHS IT OQ fOH TI1K F I It ST OQ.TIMK 1 <on orders '"'" Hint O f J) colorful f|o\ lumhlini! i|i planters, urm. wlnrlnv walk . , , wherever vim create » fluwrriiic vpiik' doors or outdoorsl You get H rlioln- i•»' tortment ot dazzling rolore at anin/iiig \, NO MONEY'. Pay postlnan' bi^""','"^! "f '» poblate. if nrrpald. wr pay poitaEe Limiti so ru»h jour name today! A j ItirlllliK Ivt Cicmn- itdi. lit r Ill-fids .'n nvcr ir Indoors! Outdoors! -fc ir Dazzling Colors + ^Money-Back Guarantee^ KBUSI: NI itsi.iuis, l)c|>t. Sill Hi. lilonmlntlnn, Illliuil* D 5 (or M 02 for Print Nome . . Addreist filtANITK CDRRSTONKS TOO IIKA^Y TO MOVK — Too heavy and IOIIR to fit in the excnvntor mid truck, so these granite curbstones along the post office lot on Ka.st Third have to be broken up with a sledge hammer and elbow grease. Workmen used an airhatnmcr till they found the drills they had would not penetrate, the dense stone. Manpower was resorted to and they started to make way then.—Staff photo. Record Croivds Attend ltd hallo Easier Services nETIIALTO — Knstnr serves In all Rethulto rhureli were, nt- lontled by record or near-record numbers (if people, the pastors of (he six churches report. The First Hupiist Church reported H new record in Sunday school attendance with 201 present. Overflow crowds were rc- porlcd al the Methodist and /ion Lutheran Church, find holh con- KlTKiilions were forced lo place exlrti chairs lo accommodate Ihe InrRC allendnnce. The Assembly of Cod Church, which presented a play during the morning services, had one of DIP largest crowds lo he record- d recently. The Presbyterian Church was said to he filled, and capacity crowds allenrled bolh iiasses at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church. 1 Einht persons were received nlo membership al Ihr Hetliallo Presliylerian Church Sunday, according lo the Rev. Cecil T. Allin. Received by profession of laith were: Mrs. Guy Whiled and daugblcr, Aniln, and William R. Barnes; by Ihe confirmation of baptismal vows, Marilyn Kayo Lash; and by reaffirmalion of faith, Mrs. C, (1, Oldondorph. Lutheran sunrise services nl Ihe Western 'Chili grounds was attended by 700 persons, according to the Rev. Envin .1. Kolh, The Hetliallo Xion Lutheran choir sung al Ihe sunrise services. Cciili'iiiiliil Mcrthig Set BETIIALTO - A meeling of the cili/.en's centennial general planning committee has been scheduled Wednesday at S p.m. nt Pi-elm's Hardware Slore. Subcommittee reports will be beard, and discussion on a non-profit charter will be conducted. The croup's steering cominlllce met Monday evening in the flrehousc. Methodic Men's Dinner nETIIALTO A dinner meeting lor Melhodisl men of Ihe Alton-Wood River circuit will he held lonighl at 8:30 p.m. in the Wood River Methodist Church. Members of the Bellmlto congregation plan to attend. About 7'JI per cent of the U. S. Ichor force worked on farms in IKl'O, bul only V2 per cent worked on farms in lO'tO. Baptize Malloy Infant. Sunday ul Jerseyvillc JERSEYVILLE - Cynthia Malloy, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mnlloy of Jerseyviile was baptized nl 3:30 p. m. Easter Sunday at the church of the Holy Ghost by the Rev. P. P. lleinen, pastor. The occasion marked the four month birthday anniversary of the baby who was born Dec. 1S. Robert Malloy ,lr., and Sharon Malltiy, uncle and aunt of the little girl, served as God Parents for the bit by. Preceding the Baptismal service Mr. mid Mrs. Robert Malloy entertained at a family dinner at their home. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Malloy and daughters, Diane and Cindy of Jerseyviile. Pvt. Eugene E. Hoi- set h and Pvt. Raymond Bingfcltler, both of Wisconsin, who arc stationed nl Kurt Leonard Wood, Mo. Itcliiriix to Hospital Sunday JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. William A. Sleelman, Executive Secretary of the Jersey County Chapter of Red Cross, who has been a medical patient nl The Klrmin Dcsriofie Hospital in St. Louis the past week, spent the week end at her home here and returned to the hospital Sunday afternoon. During her absence members of the Red Cross committee arc on duty in the local office. Young l'co|iln Join Church JERSEYVILLE — A group of young people from the Catechism Class of the Presbyterian Church joined the Church on Easter Sunday morning. Those in the class were: Georgia Lee RiiiRhnusen, Peggy Joan Wad dell, Janet Louise Reddish, Lana Lea Milliard, Diane Berthoux. Diane Wueslenfeld, J. D. Grabbc, Gene Edwin Parsell, Jerry Skinner, Charles Thomas Schmidt, John Wayne Conrad, Dennis East, II, and David Hefner. MTV r r ' ' V ' » Offit •crs Tonijslit COTTAGE HILLS. — An annual election of officers will be held tonight at a meet ing of the Culp Grade School Parent-Teacher Association nt 7:30 p.m. Wilbur Trimpe, superintendent of Unit 8 schools, is to be guest speaker. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! EXCELLENT SPARE TIME BUSINESS DISTRIBUTORSHIP IN THRIVING FIELD SERVICING - STORES, MARKETS, DRUGGISTS, Etc, In 10 minute* you ran he in jour own ihuckk we have our fa*t telling merdiumtihc in lhonsnnt| N store*. Our product U nutloinlly atlvt-rtiwil ii Glamour. MademoUellr, Clmrrn, Toiluy'» Woiiiun , Wrcle, Life, and many otht-r phik TV I Newspaper*. We turn over established m-'eouiii* I SWW IW >ou are selectea bj u» a* a di k tri»,«lor. This is a repeat business that can |,«« Immlli-il or fuU time. No i-xperience necessary. 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I hat any persons who arc interested in taking part in the program should attend one of the rehearsals, which will he held each evening this week in the gym at 7:30 p.m. The jamhorec is*to he presented Friday evening in File gym at 8 p.m., and Ihe proceeds are to go to Ihe PTA treasury. Tick- els for the program are avail- abel through the older grade scJjooJ students. If aril in Hani In Note* HARDIN — Two hundred and twelve people attended church at the First Presbyterian Church here Sunday morning. During the services a new altar was dedicated. It WHS a gift from the Gcvcrt; Winljen family in memory of their Into father, who was a member of the congregation for many years. Visitors at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Lyle D. Slone on Easter Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long of Pcoria. Mrs. Francis Young of Barry visited at the Stone home Friday. Mushroom hunters are now finding some of the while variety, hul they think another warm shower will he necessary to make them really plentiful. Mrs. Kate Arnold and Mar- guerilp spent Sunday at Kirkwood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kamp and Mr. and Mrs. Harold WliiUvorlh visited Sunday at the Paul Adcr- lon home. Mrs. X. \V. Bromaghin. spiritual life SfCTftsry of First Mfthodisf Church, and vir-p prrsirlr-nt of the i rtislrift Woman's Sociniy of Christian Srrvirn. spokr> hrforn mrm- bf-rs of tho Kim Strpft Missionary Son'riy Monday rvrnins. Hrr sub- jort was Spanish spfaking pooplo. and Mrs. Rromtchin pointed out thr- economic, political and cultural lovrl of difffrrnt groups which speak the- Spanish language. Mrs. nromaghin was prr>scntrd hy Mrs. C. Emmrtt Spat/. program chairman, who also gavo the devotions. Mrs. Oflja Clark player! the accordion and a report was received from Mrs. Clarence Meaton on the recent spring Preshyterial held in Jerscyville. iJuriiiR the business session eon- dueled by Mrs. William Mine, president, it WHS announced that IR boxes of cookies were sent to Scott Air Force Base Hospital, by women of the church; that the resolution of respects to be prepared by Mrs. I. C. Hamer and Vliss Dorothy Paddock would be presented at the next meeting. In May Mrs. S. K. Cahoon of i iVood River will speak, and she will tell some of the work and ?onls of women's associations. An invitation is extended to women in .he church to attend this meeting. Kelt curriers to he made by the ?roup were uiven out. and are to :>c finished by May 1 so that they might be returned to be used at the National Presbyterial Convention in Purdue this summer. Mrs. Frank Chappee and Mrs. Spatz were hostesses for the social liour. l''nthi;r-Son Dinner Reservations for Father-Son banquet to be held Wednesday at 6:30 p. in. at Elm Street Presbyterian Church closed Monday, so that chairman Mrs. George Georgevits and Mrs. Lynn Cooper, co-chairman, could complete plans for serving. The menu will consist of fried chicken with all the trimmings. Northsltle Notes Mr. and Mrs. John Brockway of 78G Franklin St. and their two children returned Monday from Chioigo, where they had visited since Thursday. Mr. Brockway. who is associated with the Auten Real Estate Agency, State St.. was on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Aulen who have been in Florida since December arc expected to return home this weekend. /llsniniis Visit In Missouri For th first time since dismissal from Barnes Hospital where he underwent major surgery, Elmer Zit/man of. 3202 Alby St., was able to make a lengthy trip, Monday. With his wife, as chauffeur, they went to Pacific, Mo., where they visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August '/it/man, who celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary. The Elmer Etonian's were unable to go Sunday when a family group were there to observe the anniversary. St. Peters Hosts Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Donald St. Peters, 2500 State St., were hosts Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hugcn of Dow and their son, Kenneth, a teacher in the high school at Birmingham, Mich. Kenneth is on a week's vacation. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer St. Peters, and daughter, Melodye, 8. of Wood River and Walter and Virgil St. Peters. Mrs. Urtmn Hospitalized Mrs. Roscllc Brown entered Alton Memorial Hospital Sunday after she had been ill for a few clays at her home, 2107 Dunnegan. Mrs. Brown and her husband William J. are parents of two children, INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS of The Wheel, the auxiliary to (he Wood River Rotary Club, took place at a banquet meeting at Skaggs Monday night. New and retiring officers are shown above. Seated are left to right: Mrs. William Shortal, new treasurer; Mrs. Roy E. Adams, ne\v vice president; Mrs. James Wiseman, new president, who moves up from the vice presidency; and Mrs. Warren Fisher, newly elected secretary. Standing, all retiring officers, are: Mrs. Carl Kayser, treasurer; Mrs. Oalnes Smith, president; and Mrs. William Harrison, secretary.—Staff nhoto. Re/id Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Watch • jewelry REPAIRING Gipirt Service Full; |Oa»nnUed CTONE BROS. " TKLKIMIONB *.im Alton, III — UK IV Third 81. U'aad Iliver Store at Corner Ol Fertuton And Wood Klver Ave. UUI 4-IM2 that full-length door mirror you've 1 always wanted... Nurre plate glass Bonnie and Billie. Mr. Brown is employed at Standard Oil Co. Lantern tn Tree Reported to police by Henry Hreuehaud of 240 Mather .St. Monday at 11 p.m. was presence of a lantern in a tree, the lantern being the kind commonly used on excavations or street repair .vork. When the police arrived at the Mather St. home the lantern s on the porch of Breuchaud, and was returned to street work being done on State Si. H/./, • Crush A bu/z on Ihe steering column of a sedan driven by Mrs. Walter Rundcll of Godfrey was the r-ausc of an automobile accident in the 2MQ block of Slate St., Monday evening. Mrs. Rundell- in her report to the police, along with Mrs. Donald Zieke, inferred her womanly curiosity got the better of her when she heard the buzzing sound, and taking her eyes off the road, looked down to the steering column only to discover a wasp in the car. In the few seconds she was hunting Ihe elusive litlle monster, her car struck the parked njar of Mrs. Zicjte and the wasp was promptly forgotten. No major damage was done to either car—or to the wasp which must have gone on its merry way. Pvt. Scliudcl Transferred Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jenkins of' Pvoute 1, Godfrey, have received word from their son-in- law and daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. Robert A. Schudol, that he has been transferred to Colorado Springs, Colo. Prior to this move Pvt, Schudel was at Gary A. F. B., Texas as a helicopter mechanic. Pvt. Schudel, who is attached to Ihe Signal Corps, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schudel of 809 Main St. Neighborhood Party • As a neighborhood get-together at close of Lent, the Jenkins families, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Coy Jenkins, for some years have had a pre-Kaster egg hunt or wiener roast. Saturday night was no exception when the Chester Jenkins and Ifjoir children, Jan, Induct Macoupin Men Monday CARLINVILLE — The following is the list of those reporting for induction from Macoupin County Monday morning: Bill Stuart Holt', Allegan, Mich., delinquent; Ronald J. Grajck. Ml. Olive; Virgil L. Sutton, Girard; Ralph Eugene Brueggeman, Shipman; Patrick Kugcne Boyer, Carlinville; Leo B. Smith, Bunker Hill; TheodoVe Phillip Morse, .Carlinville; William Peter Kree.hnyak, St. Louis, Mo.; Howard Herbert Hughes, Hettick; Robert Carl Brock- mcier, Carlinville, all volunteers. Moi-o PWA To Hear Book Review by Mrs. Chapin MORO Mrs. H. C. Chapin of Granite City will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Presbyterian Womens' - Association Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Chapin will review the book "Wher'- ere the Sun". Mrs. M. C. O'Dell will lead the devotions. The meeting will be held at the manse at 1:30. The Rev. C. T. Allin will attend a Seminar Conference at Allerton Park, near Monticello, 111., Wednesday through Friday. Mrs. Sam Dorsey will be hostess at the noon meal on Thursday when the Ladies Aid Society meet to quilt in the social room of the church. The Westminster Fellowship group of the church plan to at- Mark and Betty Jean, were hosts to the informal celebration. It has turned into a sort of "drop in and visit" event, and no estimate of those taking part has ever been made. One Fire Reported In Alton Monday Monday's business for Alton Fire Department was comprised of one minor alarm, at. 10:35 p. rn., answered by No. 4 company, to Rock Springs Dr., where a trash fire alongside a tree had caused the tree bark to smoulder. lied!) tn Have Large Staft BERLIN P— The Russians hav« scheduled 26 flights to transport their staff and supplies to the Korea-Indochina conference at Geneva next Monday, Allied officials disclosed today. The first group of personnel, plus caviar, vodka and other food, traveled in three two- engine planes last week. tend the spring rally of Westmin- sters at the Greenville Presbyterian Church next Sunday afternoon and evening. The Rev. Allin will Jead one of the group discussions on "The Witness of the Church". All services next Sunday will begin at the usual time. DON'T MISS OUR OPEN HOUSE THURS.-FRI.-SAT. 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