Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 4
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , APHii. Ml, Sigma ftti Mothers To Paulinf R. Rirwkrr i \\ill talk hPforr thf M'ith«V« f.'lub Pauline Rinakrr of thp ?i?m« \n Fratrmiiy at Washington I'nivPi-si!/. St I/-mis. Thursdav. Mrs H.-iny fturr. of " tAftLWVlLLE - state FOR OVER 25 YEARS EYES EXAMINED OPEN TIL § P,M, EVENINGS 8«t Ere) GLASSES FITTED OPTICAL REPAIRS HOURSt II Nwn Till 9 p.m. Sat. ft ft.m. till 1 p.m. ttttne »»* PtrHnit mufti Inlfrrnpllon »f »«or (lillf * «lf. !**» f«»h. nrttrt r*> ,T»» pr«ffr—«<>» ffl»rtii>e». «—1» If ? DR. R. W. BRINSER I OPTOMETRIST 5 M DASt BROADWAY ALTON, ILL. (Aerow th« Stf««t from United Cub Office on Broadway) ^ __. ,. ^a. .^ «t MA ^ flK •>• flM HH mi «k flB Ml •)• MM Ibk Mb ^ ^ ^ ^ ^u. ^ _~ . this ril.v. m president of th« club. On Friday afternoon she will i>r the speaker fir>f<jr,> )])•> fvkin's Woman * Cltih and will have as her siihVrt '•nino<n' Y" This Day. \Vliom Ye Shall Snve." She will attend thn Mtn'e F'.K.O. convention in Chicago rvr-r the urokcnd and or Sali'rrlay morning will he ihr- speaker al thr> to tie hrld in Iho Kdee. flr-ac-h Hole! nn thr- subject 'Friendship. Its Need in the \\orld Today " Bunker fllll rnuplo nrp Pm-ml* CARr.fNVII.r.K Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Weidner, of Blinker Hill, are parents of a daughter born Saturday night at (,',-itlin i-ille Area Hospital. The mother is Ihe former Miss Inn Modlin. Here's nn easy and pretty dessert sulad. Shfipe (Teamed collage cheese allriirtlvely in the center of a serving plate; surround witb drained canned sliced peaches and unler cress. Serve with mayonnaise; or with commercial sour cream and freshly-gi-ound nutmeg Current Events 4*1 on Alton Lake end Roamin' the Piasa Country With HAROLD BRAND Hartford Hart lord .\i>ff>4 HARTFORD - Thp Rev. and Mrs. A. Olhfrls *nrl Mr and Mrs. Kenneih Copprrigp and dmiffhffr of New Douvdn* visited Mi's Iwrlonp Coppodt'o of Kasl Fir.»f Sf. rturinc; thf ur-rkfnd. Mr. and Mr*. K. A. fxxlson of Ka.it Fifth St. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carter Burll of Chicago during the Easter holidays. Mrs. Dodson and Mrs. Burll are sisters. Mr. and Mr*. Franklin Sipes and daughter of Zion uere week- e'nd guests at the home of Mrs. Sipp.v' mothc'i, Mrs. Liny Wintjen of Kast Kim St.. Mrs. Sipes i«i the former MIPS Wanda Davenport. Britain sold 110,619 new tele-1 A weekly air service no* Bnkt vision set licenses in a single Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Li- recent month. ma, Peru. AFTER EASTER AH the current season's favorites. Mndais, casuals... suedes, calfskins... midway, and low heels ... in all the nu>»l wanted color* ... Sec them! SHOE DEPT Main FJoor. Gronmlfti *••» • c> • Lprpinoitips .V'f /f/ Ctirlhivillp. •"Am.lNVH.I.r: Omuti.l lirrak- iin; rrrnnionir's fur fulfill inns to tlm rnrlinvillr f'ornmnnity Itiuli Sflinnl Iruil'lint: hav lir-on Minrl- iilfil ftir 'J p. m. Friflny. C'oniriir- tors will stiirt mnviiiR In rquip- mr<iil Iliis \vrrk and thp rrinstrnr- (inn will K r( iindfr way immndi- fitoly. Al an nd.joiinvd mnr-tlnR of (ho board nf rdurntinn. ronfrnrls for flir> mlrlitioH.s ((mounting to $711.104 wr!iT IP). The gpnprnl font met was let to KIIKPIIP Krnnrdy, Tn.v- lorvillr. who hnd n base bit! n( ll.'l!UOO find wns !)/• lowest liirl- der. The Blades Kloirlric Co. of Ijpculiir WHS awarded tho eleetri- cal work, luiving submitted die lowest bid of $87,217, and dip Petersburg Plumbing & I lent inn Co. was awarded die plumbing and beating contract wilb a bid of SBO.OfiO. Building bonds lotnling M."iO.O()0 ulreiidy hnve been sold at a very favorable rate of interest. It therefore- appears quite eerlii'm \ that tins will provide ample funds | for all costs, including tirchilec-1 tural fees, legal costs, cost of new land and equipment not included in the base bids. The building additions include clu.ssrixHiis for the junior high school, a junior high school library, tirlrnorn, lioniemakiiiK laboratories, offices, new cafeteria, new gymnasium, new music department nnd new industrial arts shops. Architects for Ihe project have been Gregg & Briggs of Peoria. The contractors have fissured Die board 11ml it will bo possible to finish Ibis project in atnple time for the. opening ot school in September, J'JjG. Carlinville Boy To Be Honored CARLINVlLLE-Edward Burger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kilian G. Burger, of this city, will be iimong a group of 81 Catholic Boy Scouts of the Springfield diocese to receive the coveted Ad Allare Dei Cross in ceremonies to he held nl. 1:30 p.m. DST Sunday in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Springfield. Bishop William A O'Connor will present Ihe medals. In order lo merit the A.A.P. Cross, a hoy must he a First Class .Scout nnd moot specified knowledge and service requirements outlined by the national committee on Catholic Scouting in New York. The cross is the highest award given Catholic Scouts and can be bestowed only on the authority of a Bishop or bis representative. Immediately following t b e ceremony the Scouts in attendance will participate in the annual Abraham Lincoln Tomb Pilgrimage, sponsored by the Abraham Lincoln Council, Boy Scouts of America. do Hemphill Agency Sales Continue to Increase, While Others Complain of Sales Decrease? EASY TO ANSWER (1) Hemphill Agency ability to finance so seller gets cash. (2) Hemphill Agency will trade. (3) No waiting. H seller is in a hurry to sell, Hemphill will buy. No delay. (4) Confidence established with 19 years of honest, efficient real estate service. (5) Large, dependable, capable, trained sales organization. (6) No sale too small or too large but what it receives our personal, individual attention. Won't You Give Us The Privilege of Serving You? K film-Ring Ilnrbnr "After rurri-nt dredging operations are rornpleter] in the boat harlior al f'fre Marquette Park, slips ;ind dofks will he built to arrommodale up to about 300 lioats. including a few r-niisers," i fluted H:irrv Kiilkrvson Sr. ( KiibH Hotel. (li-flHon. roncession- «ire who hns operated the harbor lor several yen is. "Dorks \\ill I.e rnntt-d to boat m\rii>r«< on a daily, weekly or monthly basis and we are accepting some r-rftft now, although the dredging uill reqi'iro another four tn six weeks," rontinued Fulkerson Sr. "There will be no charge for launching a boat in the harbor but there will be a watchman's service fnt> if the briHl is anchored ovei-nighl." Operators of the dredge are having some difficulties with dp- bris previously thrown into the harbor by persons who have enjoyed oulingo in the adjacent park grounds. Cans, bottles and oilier objects clog the suction pipe on the dredge and much time is required to clean it out. I'nssfhle New Liuineliing Site. Fulkerson Sr., is considering a plan to move- the launching ramp from the front of the refreshment siimrl lo ground on the opposite side of Ihe harbor. A fill is being marie by the dredge and a road imiy he built on It lending to the proposed launching ramp. Daily speedboat rides and charter trips from Ihe harbor are operated by Fulkerson Sr., also. Gasoline and oil is available for boat owners at the harbor. .Mushroom Kinds A group of mushroom hunters found three bushels of the choice morsels last Friday in river bottom lands near Mo/itr. Only three hours wore required to find the mushrooms by Mayor Ivan Kramer of Wood River, his brother, K. C. Kramer, 328 Dry St., and their acquaintances, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fox of Mo/.icr. While seeking hiding places in which to place eggs for an egg hunt in Godfrey Saturday, Fred Storm, 1411 Seminary St.. found n pound of mushrooms and was well pleased. IMentifiil Clinic Often, hunters have to seek game long and hard, but Joe Stock, 2000 Agnes Ave., can recall that game was so plentiful during his youth on a farm in northern Iowa, that seldom more than an hour was required to hag the limit in pheasants, rabbits or ducks. Me .said that pheasants joined the barnyard fowl often at feeding time and it never was any trouble to provide a quick meal of «(ime. However, because the hunt ing was so easy, Stock said that he never had any interest in the sport then or since. <«.V|>N.V Cruise Welcome Judge Lee Manks of Hardin wrote that the Mayor 1here and the manager of the American Legion grounds snid that the pilots and their passengers who participate in the gypsy cruise from Alton to Hardin on Sunday, May HO, will be welcome. All boatowuers are invited 1o join the cruise sponsored by Ihe Piasa Boating Association. The cruise will begin at 9 a.m. in waters adjacent to the west end of MeAdnms Highway. The Association would appreciate it if boat owners register for the trip by writing to 311 \V. Broadway or telephoning 2-0541. Alton MFT Share For March $10,549 SPRINGFIELD, 111., April 20 -Illinois municipalities received $2,3-42,351 as their net share of motor fuel taxes paid into the state treasury during March, Morton II. Hollingsworth, director of the state Department of Finance, announced today. Allotments to the various cities include: Alton $10,549, Belleville $10,596, Carlinville $1,626, Collinsville $3,793. Kdwardsville $2,821, Granite City $9,40fi, Jerseyville $1.880, Madison $2486, Wood River $3,3U8. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! 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