Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 18
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WEbNESBAV, APRIL 21. 1934 North Alton News ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f?WfrwWrr tnrfflary to Meet Mi's. William Stobbs Jr. has ex- trndW a special invitation to any interested \vnman to attend the '• next meeting of thr Hoffmoister Auxiliary Thursday at noon at the ; homi; of Mrs. William P. Tierney. 400 l3rcnt\\ood Ave. The meeting; will be a pot luck and will be fol- 1 lowed by a white elephant sale, j Itiiokmnns Home From Trip I Trie Cornelius Rtiekman family j of Alby Street Road has settled • dowh to routine family activities aoith after disruption last week, \\hcli Mr. and Mrs. Ruckman took i their first extended vacation away ! fr-oni some of their children. Two of tlieir youngsters, Kenneth, 2. and Jerry, 4, made the trip with thcij- parents, to Texas. The family i'isited near Houston with Mr. and Mrs. William Brockcr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Burn Ruckman in ftronson. K^n. The two Ruck- inaii men are cousins and the Brot-kers are relatives also. Ruck- mart was on vacation from Olin Industries Inc. Miss D. Chanprll In Hospital Miss Doris Chappell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chappell of ;l'217 Hawthorne St. is reported improved by her mother, following dental surgery Tuesday morning. Miss Chappell,, supervisor of the Budget Plan, became aware of the necessity for -dental surgery | while recently in Memphis where she helped establish a new office for the company. She will soon ha^c X-rays which will determine when she can he' dismissed from the hospital. Pack fi'i to Meet Thursday Cub Pack 62 of Rufus Eastnn School, will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.rti. at the school, with Herchal in charge. Joe Vunck Hospitalized Joseph Yungck, contractor, of 2'lfl7 Virden St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital as a medical pa- ticht. Ho entered Monday, but it Jones, pack committee chairman is not known when he will be dismissed, Husband, Wife In Hospital Progress in recovering from heart surgery which he underwent April 9, in Barnes Hospital, St, Louis, has been so satisfactory that Stanley Edwards of 223 Maurice St., will be able to come home a few days sooner than was fii'st anticipated. In his 50s, Mr. Edwards has suffered a heart condition since he was in his laic teens, when he had rheumatic fever. Only recently was it considered possible to perform surgery for his condition. He is a contractor and is in partnership with his son, Robert of 1205 Central Ave. Mrs. Goldie Edwards, his wife, will not be at home to welcome h(*r husband when he returns Thursday because she was admitted to St, Joseph's Hospital today for examination of a kidney ailment. Mrs. Edwards is employed at Thrifty Drug Co., on Belle St. Nnrscy Mothers Meet Mrs. William Rain, president of Nursery Mothers of Elm Street Presbyterian Church, opened the regular meeting of the group at tlic home of Mrs. George George- vlts with prayer. During the business session the group decided to purchase five hymnals to be given to the church instead of purchasing flowers for Mother's Day as had been the custom. They also will provide the drink to be served during the Vacation Bible School which opens June 34. Names of mothers selected for May servicein the nursery will be posted on the bulletin board. Next meeting of the Mothers wil be May 18 at (he home of Mrs. Jomes Bowsher, 14 W. Elm St. Friendship Claw Meeting Friendship Class of Bethany Baptist Church meeting Tuesday evening at the church, chose for i|s class colors blue and gold, and selected the Bible verse for their next meeting, Romans 3-13. Next meeting, for the month of May only, will be on (he llth, and will be combined with a prayer service. The President, Mrs. Lyle Laslie Opened the meeting with a prayer find Mrs. Rundell closed with a j benediction. Ten members were present, S-6ftfl Mrs. Sam Hatcher. Mrs. Kenneth Howard. Mrs. W Boh Richardson. Mrs. Curt Oulson. Mrs. Rundell. Mrs. Cornelius Ruckman'. Mrs. Woody Bosterfelt. Mrs. James Harper, Mrs. William Ehhler and Mrs. Milton W. Montague, «nd Mrs Richardson's nieco. Mrs. Loyal Scott of Shipman. and five children. A film program was presented hy Mrs. Ehhler. and included pictures of her family's trip through southern states, and a story of the Death of John the Baptist, which was narrated by Mrs. Ebbler. One of the members, Mrs. Ed Ehlers, entered St. Joseph's Hospital today, and the group decided to send a friendship collection to her. Hostesses were Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Harper. Troubles In Three* Troubles for the Henry K. Buckshot family continued in the unit of three Tuesday evening when Mr. Buckshot reported to the police that a Champion boat motor was missing from the garage at his home 2421 State St. The theft occurred within (he past few days but confirmation of it was not determined until yesterday. In addition to (be motor theft, the other two mishaps included the death of the family pel and theft of a purse. Several weeks ago, Mrs. Buckshot dropped her purse on the sidewalk in front of her home when she returned from work, and a couple weeks ago, the almost empty purse was received from St. Louis by mail. All papers, pictures and identifications were intact, there was lie and a bus token in it, but the $73 in money was missing. Today is somewhat a double bar- reled "de-charmer". The family pot, a white poodle, born on their daughter's fifth birthday, 16 years ago, was put to sleep by a vet- ernarian. and the whole family wns sad. The only thing left of Bilsy will be the memory of her and a picture which was returned with the purse. Mr. Buckshot took Bitsy to a vcternarian while Mrs. Buckshot prepared to visit a physician for a physicial examination. Their daughter, Jackie is a student al Alton High School. Evangelical Men Hold Family Meet Men o£ the Alton Evangelical Brotherhood entertained their wives and families at a potluck dinner in the church basement Tuesday night. Eighty-six persons attended. Munio for the dinner was provided by Ken- not h Schoek, playing his multi- chord. Vernon Yales, employed at Olin Industries, presented a color movie of game birds called, "Preasants Galore". The picture showed the birds in the plains of South and North Da- Dakola where they thrive. Next meeting of the Brotherhood will be held on Missouri Point at; the farm of Crosby Golike. An out door meeting is planned, with the food to be prepared in barbecue style. Succeeds Rcr. Selterhmd Carrollton Ministerial Assn. Names Rev. Pruett As Head Exhibit Includes ' Mectora Board Antique Articles' At YW Thursday Plans Fish Fry CARROLLTON — The Rev. Walter B. Pruett was elected president of the Carrollfon Ministerial Alliance at a meeting of the group held Monday afternoon at the Pruett home. The Rev. Elmer Setterlund was elected secretary and treasurer. The Rev. Pruett succeeds the Rev. Setterlund who had completed the unexpirrd term of the Rev. Laurel Grigs who moved several months ago to Carboraialo when he accepted tho pastorate of the church there. K. Putnam of Pooria. a representative of tho Salvation Army presented to tho group the relief work which is done by his organ- isation in Greene County in he- half of the fund campa'jjn which is now in progress in tho county with Rtissol Wiles as fund chairman. A discussion was hold concerning summer vacations for tho pastors in order that the town might not be without a pastor during a period of time this summer. Tho Rev. Setterlund will bo the speaker at a service to be held May 11 at 2 p.m. at the Tower View Nursing Homo. The Rev. Pruotl will have charge of the music at this service with the scripture boing rend hy the Rev. Glenn Mnnis and prayers being offered hy the Rev. D. B. Shaw and the Rev. C. S. Boyd. Plans were also discussed concerning the Vacation Church School which will op'rn Juno 14 for two weeks with 5 local churches cooperating. Health Department Group in Meeting Illinois Department of Public Health, with Miss Helen Matwick, consultant, State Hqalth Department, in charge, had a meeting lost week. A similar meeting will be held at Haskell House in June. Dr. Tolbert, district health officer, and Miss Bertha Yenicek, Springfjeld, spoke on tuberculosis and showed a film. Among those attending were Mrs. Emma Slaten, Mrs. Ruth Wilkens, Mrs. Lavcrnc Miller, Visiting Nurse Association; Miss Mary Sauklis, Catholic Charities; Mrs. Viola Metzger, Bethalto School nurse; Miss Edith Oelken, East Alton School nurse; Miss Elizabeth Clifton and Mrs. G. Niggle, Highland, and Mrs. Virginia Armslcad Carrollton BPt Club Elects Bessie Sclmrltnti To Heail Group Again CARROLLTON - Mrs. Bessie Schnelten was ro-olectod president of the Business and Professional Woman's Club at a mooting of the club held Monday evening at tho home of Miss Catherine Shalluo with Mrs. Roy Edwards asisting hostess Mis.s Martr«ret Rnkor was reelected vice president and Mrs. Charlotte Burruss, treasurer. Miss Ada Camerrr was elected recording secretary and Mrs. Fred Ashlock corresponding secretary. Miss Edith Patterson of Beardstown, District 7, chairman of tho Business and Professional Woman's Clubs spoke Monday con- corning the slate convention to he hold in Springfield May 21 and Mny 22. Mrs. Bessie Schnolten and Mis.s Ada Camoror wore named as delegates to the slate convention from tho local club with Mrs. Fred Aslock and Mrs. James Day as alternatrs. Miss Patterson invited the local club to attend tho spring meeting of District 7 to be held April 23 at Rushville. The program Monday evening concerning Health and Safety was presented by Miss Helen Epps and Miss Catherine Shallue. Mrs. Charles Blines was a guest Monday evening. No Damage Reported In Two Minor Fires Two last fire alarms prior to 9 a.m. today resulted from incidents in which there was no fire damage, Chief Lewis reported. At 4:41 p.m. Tuesday, No. 3 company extinguished a brush blaze in the rear of the 400 block on Augusta St. At 6:45 a.m. today, No. 2 company investigated an oil heater flareu'p at the Beryl Pendleton residence, 1337 Taylor Avo. Your two eyes work independently, having no connection except, in the brain. Personal possessions of F 1 . C. • Chase, member of an historii-nl- j ly important Eastern family, j nnd of thr Rev. William Greenleaf Eliot, founder of Washington University in St. Units, will be included in the exhibit at | the Young Women's Christian i Aswciation Thursday. April Tl. \ Small trinket boxes that once belonged to these famous men will he featured in a display of antique household articles to he arranged as a speria, feature in celebration of National YWCA Week. Among the amusing and in- toresimR Kin-actions will he a wicker rarpot healer, « fluting iivn. food measuring nnd chopping hem Is. Fine embroidery ami hand work will he displayed in a shawl. H romimnl of <t homespun bed spread from the Cur- nifex Homestead of Cornifex Ferry, W, Va.. comfort with a varied stitched border, three samplers and an altar cloth. A pewler urn. dating hack to the early 1800's to he on display, is of duplicate pattern to those in the collection of the St. I/iuis Museum. Also among articles of (he exhibit, HII he the candle Micks that were once the sole means of lighting the living room of thr llaren Home, at Third and Vine streets in SI. Louis. This exhibit, will be displayed in the YWCA lobby on Thursday. Jt will be dual attraction during the afternoon when the movie "Better Than Kings" will be shown. The movie, n color, sound film, contrasts the old and the new by showing housing and household improvc- Prormls Will Rp Iked For Firr Equipment MKDORA — The Village Roard of Medora will sponsor a fish fry Friday evening at the American U-r.ion Hall for*the" benefit of »b« Medora Fire Department. A truck and a 1000- «nllon water tank will be purchased for nsi- with the fire engine in Medora and the surrounding communities. Serving will begin at S:30 p. m. Cost of the meal will be by donation only. Milford IVhnelt. a member of the Board will he chief cook. Thr wives of members of the fire department will do the serving. The Medora Volunteer Fire Department is made up of the following members: II. R. Range, fire chief; }•'. L. Kahl. Kddic Barlow. Francis Colo- mnn, Klmer Well, Lester Ontis, Nelson Targhctta, Nelson Milner. II. F. Shields, It. L. Maple, W. D. Gilworih, Russell Downs. Tom Fricker, M. F. Dodge, Vincent Peebles Milford Bowker. British Guam, kith the help of Britain's Colonial Office, is studying drainage, irrigation and land settlement projects, Georgetown reports. Choirs Present Kasler Cantata A tMedoraStniday MKDORA — Tho combined rhoirs of the \fcdorn and Pinsn Methodist Churches prrsrn!f>d tho Knstrr cantata. "Tho Prinrc of Lifr", nt thr Mrthodist Churrh Sunday morning. Mrs. Nollr Warner was tho nrsanist. Special parts \\OIT sung hy Mr. nd Mrs. Mark Oolomnn, Miss Inry Edith Lnno. Glrnn Uihr f Pinsa, and Mrs. Mnurlco Vilson. Medorn. A quartet num- ior was hy Mrs. M. F. IVdRe. .•Irs. Knrl Slrunk and Manricr Vilson. Mfdora. and Ralph V'BRRoner of Pinsa. A union sunrise service held I Pinsn, preceded the morning; lot-ship. The program was In •IIRI-RP of Mrs. Wninwright's lass. Mrs, Klsttm (laffney has heen •ecrived hy letter into the •hnrrh here. Three hahies worn mpiiml, Der.nis Keith Heyen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse leyen. of Chesterfield; Janice Ann, daiiRhler of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Warner, nnd Roy Gone, son of Rev. and Mrs. ,T. J. Seiher. London experts predict tho world's population hy the year 2000 will be four billion, compared with about two-and-a-half billion at present. ments down through the ages. The program nnd exhibit will be free of admission charge, nnd is open to members nnd friends of the Association, nnd refreshments will bo served at tho conclusion of tho program. and nurses in the Alton public schools. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Whalebone is part of the skin lining of the whale's mouth and has nothing to do with true bone. Anniversary Special/ Housi Cluning Days an Hirt — Why Not Enjoy Thtrn ... Let Us Do Your Hard To Do Things/ RUGS - SPREADS - DRAPES Tint«x them bright again.' During our anniversary days your chenille spreads, rugs and drapes DRIED FREE if accompanied by a regular wash. Expires'April 30th SELF-LAUNDERALL 2-4911 Across From KcwU & Clnrk Bridge*. AnnounceRoxana Recreation Slate ROXANA — The Recreation schedule for the council room and gymnasium of fhe Community Building for April 2t through April 2? is as follows: Gymnasium, Wednesday 3 to 5 p.m. free play junior high and helow; 5 to 7 p.m. tap dance instruction; 7 to 9.-30 p.m. casting club. Thursday 3 to 5 p.m. free play junior high and below; 5 to B p.m. lap dance Inxtruofiomt: ? fo 9 p.m. free play adults, Friday 3 to 5 p.m. free play Junior High nnd below; S to 11 p.m. Senior Teepee. Saturday 10 a.m. to noon free piny Junior high and below; 1 to 4:30 p.m free play senior high and above; 7:30 to 10 p.m. junior teepee, Sunday closed. Monday 3 tn 5 p.m. free play Junior high and helow; 5 to 7 p.m. tap dance instruction; 7 PAGE N1NETSS3K to 9 p.m. free play aAjTtt. fr*S- day 3 fo 5 p.m. free play Jurrfof high and below; 6 to 7 p.m. tap dance instruction; 7 to 9 p.m. free play adults. Council room — Wednesday 7 p.m. village council; April 27, t p.m. Roxana Woman's Club. Whifehead, Northern Ireland, has started to repair the town water sys tern to stop a leak of 60,000 gallons a day. It's nice for children to have pets until the pets start having children, a Sydney, Australia, commentator remarked. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK How Or, Edwards'Helps Constipated Folks! Dr. fidwardr Olive Tablet* (the mild , purc-vcgetable formula ot Bf. P. M. Edwards) give gentle, eomplett, more natufaMlkt bowel movements. No purging | No griping! 16«,30«,60* Many scholars belle-e that iHlhroomx were Invented In an•lent Kgypl. The sensation of cotor can bo produced by pressure on the eyeball. 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