Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTfcffll ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 Hardin Auxiliary CetsCitation Sign 107 New Members In Recent Drive — Members of the American Legion Auxiliary met •t the Legion hall here Monday flight. President. Mrs. Virginia Lintrrfeum. presided a) the buM- ftess session and displayed a fftembership citniion for ihr local group who made thrir quota Of 107 members in the last drive. Announcement was made that Ihe County Council will meet at Satchtown. May 21. Mrs. Mar- fkftt Kamp Is president of the Council at present and a president will he. chosen at ^the Batchtown meeting. Mrs. Llnthicum also announced that the local Auxiliary would he "hostess to the district meeting this year. The date will be some time in June. It was disclosed at the meet; hlg that the lonal Legion and Auxiliary now have five wheelchairs which they will loan to f tesidenls of this serf ion. There will be no charge for the first 30 I days of use. hut a fee of $1 per I month will he charged suhse- I qutntly. j For entertainment Ilir trrmip j had Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Pirtlc | o f Jerseyville, who have marlr a study of'Mexico. Mrv Pirtle Ivis made nine trips to that country and she gave a very interesting talk, he-tides displaying Mexican handiwork and clothing. Pirtle showed a number of slides which he harl taken while visiting in the sister renuhlic. tlnnlin Notes HARD1N. -• Paul f tanks went In Barry, III,. Tuesday, and brought Mrs. Frances Farnbach from the Heaty Nursing Home there to the Montreal Nursing Home in Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aderton and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Aderton have gone to Texas for a short visit with relatives. Kmmett Roach of North Calhoun WHS in town Wednesday. He was 87 years old March 21, but is still very active and works some every day on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Anderson returned Tuesday from a visit to Florida. A mushroom hunler \Wis tell- Pastor Honored At Greenfield n. — A l,-ir R P number of persons attended open IIOUSP at the Methodist pais-nn- age Tup-r|;iv afternoon and nighl inohsei'vnncr of the Rev. (.lenrgc I'.. Mayo's birthday. The parsonHge has recently bren redecoriiled and b?ivk<Ms of flowers and hnuquels of spring flowers from friends, neir;hl>ors. church nrfffmi/alinns and huij. ness firms formed the hack- ground for the receiving line. The Rev, Mayo received a gift of money from members of the fireonfield, Rockhridge and Rubicon Methodist Churches und the Rev. and M»-s. Mayo were presented corsnges by the Martha Class. Pri/.e blossoms of orchids, grown by Mrs. Glenn lining Wednesday about marking a spot in lh<* woods where there was n bountiful supply of the fungi. He intended to go hack in a few hours to harvest them, but when he returned they had been neatly picked. Moral: Never Icflve a mushroom. Th« tit - \ UNEXCELLED BLGIN Watches ... 20% OFF/ Every ELGIN Included ... Yet. ..All 1954 Models! 'sfo, ven. and gardenias, prnwn hy Kenneth KdwarrJs, were also to th" 1 rotiplf. rs of Ihe Women's So- •inly of Christian Service and Sunday School class leaders pre- ided at the refreshment tahle. To Altfnd Boys' 8t«t* CiRKKNKll-.M). - Allen Spen- rer h;is tir-cn named to represent the (ireentiekl pO:,t of the American Legion rtt Boys' Stale, whieli will he hfkl m Springfield in .Iiinr. SpeneTr is ihe younger son of Mr. arid Mr--. I'.ay Spcni-er and is a mernher of the junior rlass of the unit district high school. Reprenent Student Council ORfCfiNnKI,r>. — rtobrrf F. Kherle, principal of the hi^h school and faculty sponsor of the student council, will accompany Carole Kinser, Elaine McWard and Ilohert Ilr;tli<;k to Chicago Thursday. The group will represent the student council of the local high school at Ihe meeting of Ihe Stale Association of Student. Councils Friday and Snlutday nl the Morrison llolel. Carole Kinser will l;il<e pail in one ol the group discussion panels. Use distilled or rain water in your steam iron to prevent rust or lime crust from forming in (he water receptacle. Hyde Elected Culp PTA Head COTT.V.K HILLS — Thomas Hyde was clectrd president of the Culp F'arent-Tencher Assofi- tion Tuesday evening and Mr?. Clnmnnt was i hosr-n vice- president. Other officer* elected were: Mrs. Thomas IFyrlr. a secretary, and Richard Howard. treasurer. Committee chairman will he apointcd hy Ihe new officers. In other aclim, Ihn Cuip PTA endorsed the proposer} tax rate increase for Unit 8 as had been siiRResled hy school officials. Voters in the district will deride the issue in B referendum July 10. Troop 00 ftlkrn COTTAC.K HILLS-Girl Scout- r>[ Troop DO hiked to Bpthallo's Community park Monday for an afternoon "cook-out." The Uii Is were accompanied on the trip hy Mrs. Oscar Wesley, Mrs. Norman Shewmnkor, Mrs. (ienrnf Mart^herio and Mrs. Karl (jiuenfflrler. Mrmhers of I he troop who made Ihe trip were Donna Shew, maker. Linda Wesley, Carla Mrlfu«h, Maryellon Margherio, Rrenda Hale, Wanda Campbell, The homes of two former Pres- J'jdy Mr.Vfonigle, Beatrice j idents are preserved in Massa- Tucker, Janet Klopmeier. Mary ! chusetts— John Adams and John rlpi. Saundra Heigert Rf'tty Hodge. The Cmsades extended from 10% to 1231. Quincy Adams. In 1953 U. S. steel making en- parity reached 124.300.000 tons a OUTSTANDING COTTON MATERIALS Dan River Ginghams, from ........ 89cpetyd, Spring Mill Sanforized Broadcloth 59c per yd, Avondale Denims .................. 69cperyd, Wamsutta Pima Cloth ............ 1.59 pet yd, Kelly Fablyn-Miracle Cotton ...... 1.00 pet yd, Wamsulta Poetry in Print .« . Everglaze Cottons Squaw Cloth . . . Embossed Cottons We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps. EAGLE STAMPS 206 STATE ST. Phone 2-9022 \ Open Until , 9 P.M. ' Friday ALTON Smartest school shoe a russet oxford of smooth leather. 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