Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 Season Finale Monday Janet Hageti Ulmer Soloist For Civic Orchestra Concert ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Janet Hagen Timer, St. Louis dramatic soprano, will he soloist with the Alton Civic Orchestra at its concert Monday night at West Junior High Auditorium. The concert, finale on the current season's winter series, will begin at 8:15. Tickets may be obtained at the door. It will he the last concert for which current season tickets may be used. Next event will be the Rotary sponsored "Pops" concert for benefit of the Girl Scout camp fund. Mrs. Ulmer has won distinction for herself in St. Louis music circles while remaining a housewife. She now is mother of two sons, .1 and 5, and svife of Blaine Ulmer. She represented the State of Missouri in the first national opera festival at Milwaukee. She has appeared in the formal concert sponsored by the Artist Presentation Committee of St. Louis during the 19f)0-51 series, and since has been soloist with the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra. She has sung leading roles with the St. Louis Grand Opera Workshop under direction of Stanley Chappie, and has made numerous oratorio, radio, and television appearances. * For the past five years she has been Soprano soloist at Second Presbyterian Church, St. Louis. It was there that Max Hodges, a member of the Civic Orchestra's board and program committee, became acquainted with her. Hodges is choir director-organist for the church, and it was al his suggestion that she was inviled to become soloist for the closing concert. She is a member of the Musical Research Club of St. Louis, and is past president of Thela Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, national professional music sorority. She is a graduate of Stephens College and Washington University. CIVIC ORCHESTRA SOLOIST — Mrs. Janet Hagrn tllmcr, St. Louis dramatic soprana, will be , featured at the closing concert of the, winter series Monday night, April 26, at West Jnnlor High School. Cream a half cup of butter or margarine with a teaspoon of sugar and a tablespoon of molasses, making sure that you add the sugar and molasses gradually. Serve over waffles, pancakes or French toast for some- thinf good! Redrdication Services Held at Kcmper Baptist MKTX)RA.—Re-dedication ser vices were held at the Kemper Baptist Church Sunday. The church was decorated for Ihc occasion wilh polled plants and spring flowers. Following the morning service a basket dinner was held at the Kemper Hall. Fifty-one attended. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Meryle Christopher, Shipman; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. and Mrs. .Tool Moore, Mr and Mrs. George Huff, Rev. anr Mrs. Robert Callison, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Englemann, East Alton, A film, "From Bethlehem to Calvary" was shown at the church in the evening by Theodore Duckels of Chesterfield. His daughter, Fay, sang two numbers and Mr. Duckels gave a talk. Rev. Mr. Callison Jed the song service. Chicken salad for a party snack benefits from the addition of almonds and ripe olives. Mix in the almonds just before serving so they" be crisp. It Sprtof Svil leather • Taffy 6 PmtH>4 leather • AH-Over White Yaw cant beat Dorothy tee for new fashion and big vafuef Come see fhls flattering platform wedge > Also in RED BLUE TAFFY Not me $5.95 you might expect to pay for ivch a beauty, but ju»t « littlt $2,99 you'll never mini Meadowlmmk Vonth Honored on Birthday MEADOWBROOK.-Jerry Lee Cardwell. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cardwell, was honored on his eighth birthday Sunday at * party at the home of his parents. Guests present were: Doris Mulligan. Mary Othvell. Gary. Mary and Beth Marmino, Randy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLain and daughter, Gayle and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Card- Jr., and daughter, Wood River. Refreshments wer* served hy Mrs. Ruhy Canvell, and games were played. Prizes were given to Gary Marmino and Mary Otwell. The honoree was presented with many gifts. Raster Simttny Dinner MEADOWBROOK- An Easter dinner was given at the Melvin Carter home Sunday. Special guests were Kd Carter and Mrs. Jesephine Hans, both of Edwardsville. Other guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ziegler and children. Betty, Kenneth and Bohbv; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mirk and daughter. Carla: and Miss Nancy Bornchesfeel of Edwardsville; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heuber of Highland: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heuber and daughter, Chcryle, of Carpenter: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fmth of St. Louis, and William and Mr! Morris and the Rev. ! nnd Mrs. Harold B. White of Meadowbrook, Meadow hroofc JSfofes MEADOWBROOK. - Mr. and Mrs. William Slpp of East St. Louis were supper guests of Mr. pnd Mrs. Zeph Johnson .Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold B. PAGSFFVB White left Sunday evening for Gerard, where they \\ill conduct a two-week revival. Mrs. .Tulia Witt returned Sunday from St. Joseph's Hospital, whore she has hern a patient for several weeks \\ ith a broken hip. Special Ritosts at a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert is r.riffin were: Mrs. Josephine Beiermann. Cletus Reier- mann, and tToitithy. Evelyn and Mary Jean neiermann. The guests are all residents of Jerseyville. The Good Neighbor Club will hold its regular meeting Thurs- Hemphill Agency Announces Sales Real estate sates last week as reporter! hy the Hemphill Agency included: Thr Veteran's Memorial Center has piin-hnsed a fract.on the north side of nelmar Rd. which day at the home o( Mrs. James Ivwrence. A business meeting will he conducted, nnd a social hour will follow. adjoins property recently purchased by the Center and graded for a parking lot. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wiegand were the sellers. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Gray have sold their home in Kremer's subdivision, Rt. 100, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Chitty. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ziegler have pun-based the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles Piper, 976 Penning Ave., Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Delehanty have sold their property at 70S- 70S Central Ave.. to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wells. 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