Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1954 · Page 12
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Annual C of C Banquet Held At Batchtowit i BAttttltJWN-The local cUm- fcef tit Commerce held fts 1954 tJan- <P«et Wednesday evening at (he tArthtfras Church. The dinnrr u-as Served by the ladies of the chtnrh. The meeting was called to order .by JiresJdeftt Carl Frank* and (he InvoeattUft tons given Mary .TJinr Franke. After dinner Frankr liirn- ed the meeting over to Ellis I In- iftan xrtio acted as master of r|re- fnotifes. Several guests were!introduced, among whom was Queen Bonnie Bunch. Miss Bunch iold the crowd about her past sctivi ies in regard to helping advertise Illinois fruit and naming some of her future engagements where she jvill ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Frill Bakri Good* Daily BirthdftMVeddlnft Cnket Out Specialty. Alttpl* Parking Available. DUKE BAKERY Corner 9th nnd Henry appear on radio and television. The principal sneaker of the evening was Mr. Dahlmeyer of the | St. Charles. Mo., Chamber of l Commerce. He spoke on thr work j of business organizations and what j thry rould accomplish through limited rfforl. Hr encouraged thr : proplr of Calhoun tn keep vnrk j ing on the Goldm Kagle bridge ' project, saying that hr frit sure j thr bridge would rventually br j built. He riled the fact that tire- I loss work hy his organization had j hrlped to seriire the srcond bridge j al St. Charlrs. which will he undrr constnictlon soon. Kntrrtninmrnt for the evening was furnishrd h.v » barbershop quartet from Alton. Lnlhrr Leaguers of Shipman Entertained RHIPMAN — Memhnrs of the Luther League met in the- Lutheran Church basement Wednesday evening with 16 members present. Rev. Hoog of St. Louis spoke on "What the Church Stands ! For" during the devotional*. The president, Leslie Alward, presided during fhe business session. The league made plnns to nttend a district rally Sunday, Shipmnn Pupils To Knlcr State Music Context AT MEYER HURWITZ JEWELERS "Where Price* Ate Alwayt Lower' ihKk mitt intl-nninttlc 15950 (Mi* MHUUt win ftlick tlin BABV TKKM8—Ai At »7 nnwn, Weekly USB Our Lay-Away Home of Notary Diamonds Save at 212 W. 3rd St. Downtown Alton OPEN TONIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9 P. M. SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Olio .larnby, instructors in th^ musir departmenl of the leva I high srliool. announrrs the following contestants will enter th/ 1 slate* musir rontost Friday, April .'10. «l Charlrston. Miller, girls rnodium solo; ,fo:;n Knlci'.v, girls high voter solo; Bob Jacobs, hoys high vnice solo; lidfll Moyrrs. hoys mffiiiim voicp solo; Kenny Arrhor. Hifh/ird Yockish, Joan Knlow and Marilyn Mntlaek. Alir:e McAfee and Donna Sarginson, clarinet, en- semhlr. Miisff Pentlval May 5 •SIIIPMAN — Wednesday, May 5, ail bands and choruses in Maroiipln County will p«-iHinnate at. a festiviil at Ihr fiillrspio School. The feafurr-d choral number will l>r Fred Waring'* arranRnment of "Baltlp Hymn 'if the Repuhlir." The romhined brimls will prnrtire all day undrr H noted dirertor and then p;ive a puhlir perforinnnce in Ihr evening in the (Jillespie Rymnnsiunj. Way of Reenllrrtlnn SffIPMAN--On April 2fi a day of recollection for Catholic High School student* will he held at. St, Denis Church at S n.m. Father Mlcha,el Owen DrlscoU, vice chancellor, will he the npenker; the ladlon of the Altar Society will serve n luncheon H| noon. May 2 at the Lutheran Church in Kirkwood, Mo. Sac Bnker was In charge of the recreation and the hostesses for the evening were Dotty Taylor «ml Shirley and LorcUa Krause. FREE DEMONSTRATION on the fabtdout tMatkmnti- Ml itu m. tnldtr, ilM««. mitt Mlonholti, If* ait Imttmt, bllnditllch, ttw itnloM uid nmu. Central Sewing - Supply Go. - "Horn* Owned — Union OpernUrt » 14 W. nroMlway. I'll. 2-B214 Shipman FFA Grrmp Visit tJ of I Farm PIASA-Fourteen members of thr Future Farmers of Ameri and lh"ir instnirior, Clark .fen- kins, spent Monday and Tuesday at the I'niversity of Illinois Experimental Station al !)ix<wi Springs. Thry also spent some fimr af Padm-ah. Ky. The group spc-nt the night in a lodge a! I>i\on Springs Stale Park. Thn'.n v ho wrn( were; David fjavis. Krnir Hasten, Glenn Slrohiierk. Roger Westfall. Dirk U'el), Donald Brandt, 1 Kverett I xiy. Ralph Robert 'Brooks, Hohv Oh ism. Joseph 1 Heirrnan, Leslie Alward, Dick Spurgeon. Ronald Uihey, Dale Darr and their instructor Clark Jenkins. Club Mnnn Liinrhenn SHIPMAN Thr Area Twinkle Cluh luncheon for line officers and past matrons of (he order of the Kastern Star will be held at noon next Wednesday at the lodge rooms in Greenfield. Shipman members are invited to attend. Attend Inllliitlnn SIIIPMAN Thr local Kastern Slnr members who attended in- Ilintlon ceremonies al Medora Tuesday evening were: Mrs- rlnmcs Relnn Hrr-ilwiser, Velma Waggoner, Marjory Stevens, Ruth Cairns and Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore. Knter* llcmpltnl SHIPMAN — Mrs. Karl Allen entered the Carlinville Area Hospital Tuesday and underwent surgery today. Maroupin Demo, GOP Cominiltcemen To Meet CARLINVILLE-nolh Republican nnd Democratic rommiltee- men of Mncoupin County will hold Iholr orsani/.atlon meet ings Monday night In Carlinville. The Uopuhlic:nn« will meet, at 7:,10 p.m. In the courthouse, and the Democrats al. 7:30 p.m. In St. Mary's Hall. E. M. Sluhhlefield of Brighton Is the present chairman of the Republican commilleemen of Ihe county, and Woodle Neighbors of Carlinville is the retiring Democratic chairman. License Inmird CARLINV1LLK -- A marriage license WHS issued in Ihe 'county clerk's office to William Waller Taylor, 2<l, Litehfleld. and Mary E. Plogor, '2(1, Bunker Hill. I'M routs of Daughter CARLINVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Junior Jones of Medora are parents of a daughter bom Wednesday at Carlinville Area Hospital. Who Launders Sheets mid Shirts Best? 909 E. Broadway, Dial 3-8877 FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1954 Hardin Has 1.41 Inches of Rain HARDIN Calhoun people en- Joyed about the! happiest day of the present year Thursday as they watched the rain coming down so gently that almost all of the moisture was going into the soil. Rain started falling just after midnight and at 1 p. m. had totaled 1.41 inches at Hardin. This was the largest single rain since last October. April has now given Calhoun just about its normal rainfall. The north end of the county has had threo big rains during the month nnd ponds and cisterns i'n that section are rapidly filling. One large pond on a North Calhoun farm was full before this rain and, another new one on the same farm' was almost half filled. These two ponds, if full In the spring season will carry the farmer's livestock throgh the rest of the year. It has also been remarkable how the April showers havp caused springs lo flush. Many of them have come back to almost normal flow nfler being weakened for months. There has not been sufficient surface water lo freshen the springs, but a theory has been advanced that surface moisture IMS caused subsoil water to rise nnd aid the springs. The prospects of continued rains for the next few days have caused Calhoun people to hope that their cisterns may soon be full. From Hardin south, big cisterns are the principal source of water on many 'arms, while nearly every place has one or more ponds. The present rainy spell will ns sure enough moisture to start the corn crop which will be planted in the next couple of weeks, if weather conditions permit. Brighton Farm To Be Auctioned BRIGlITON-The farm home of the late Elizabeth Haag will ic held at public auction on Saturday. The 166-acre farm is improved ivith a 7-room semi - modern •Kvclling, barn and other out- niilrlfngs. Sale of personal property begins at 10:.'«) a.m. and the •enl estate will be sold at 3 p.m. Ladies of the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church will serve lunch. BRIGHTON — Reid R. Crow- dor and Wesley Dunn attended the annual banquet of Olin Indus- .ries Quarter Century Club at lotcl Chase In St. Louis Wednesday night. They were among Ihe members received into (lie club. David nnd John Lively have resumed Ihcir studies at the Uni- vorsily of Illinois. Champaign, after spending Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lively. When astronomers study the geography of Mars they call it areography. The mother is the former Miss Mary Mayberry. TAKiynir //r^L /).. ( CL U NLESS you you're goi believe. ve tried it yourself, ng to find it hard to But when you press the pedal of a 1954 Buick with Twin.Turhine Dynaflow,* joy reigns-and so do you. Vfuj feel the joyous thrill of commanding instant response, the solid "take hold," the firm authority of your acceleration. You feel a joyous exhilaration at the utter smoothnetis i MUTON t«U STAtS W« »| And you feel n deep nnd abiding joy at the simplicity of it all, the cusc with which you drive, the hlessed restfulness of travel with a truly automatic transmission working its wonders, As we said, you'll find this hard to believe-until you try it yourself. Until you try 'IT Dynuflow with the steppt-d-up VS horsepowers of the 1^54 lluicks. Until you try it with the new buoyancy and the new handling sureness of the improved Million Dollar Ride. Until you try it,ivith the new visibility, the new luxury, the new "look of tomorrow" styling that , •nd P m»d ju* a ttw dofloo obov. umtor modal, oi Iht "tow-priet thn»"l tt nre part and parcel of every 1954 Huick. So, we want you to be our guest at the wheel of a 1954 Buick with Twin-Turbine Dynaflow this week. During April, 1,500,000 people will guest-drive the 1954 Buicks, ajid join the Thrill Of The Month Club by doing so. We cordially invite you to join them, for a real thrill. Gall us today. optional at txtr a na ,„ „/,„ BUCK the lM»miiiUil buy ill. $Ko» Tmtdav Ev.nl AUTOMOBUH Will HJIL0 THfM. OES Degrees At Brighton Tuesday BRIGHTON. — Mrs. steiia Masterson received th*> degrees jof th<> Order of Eastern Star at I Trrmonie* of Brighton chapter ' in thr Masonic Hall, Tuesday ' evening. Mrs. Helen Hfcrmes, worthy matron, announced "Family N'ght" wotjld be observed at the regular meeting in May. A social hour followed the meeting and refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Alien, Mrs. Florenc-e Kamp. Miss Veatricr Kamp and Mrs. Frances Rahr. Return* to rump BRIGHTON. — Marine Pvt. Richard K. Post, who was home on a five-day leave, left St. Louis by plane Wednesday morning for Camp Pendleton, Calif., where Jic will have four weeks special training. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Posl, accompanied him to Lambert Field. To Canvass Hosowood Area For Cancer Funds ROSKWOOD HEIGHTS — Workers wearing dark blue sleeve bands and bearing light blue containers will eonvass the Rosewood Heights area Monday through Thursday of next week in cooperation with the Madison County Chapter of the American Cancer Societies' April Crusade for funds to carry on the research of this dreaded disease. Rosewood PTA mothers and members of the Fireman's Auxiliary are the volunteer workers. The general chairman is Mrs. Victor Ferguson with Mrs. Guy Goodhart RS her co-chairman, Listens As Window Of Car Cracks Self AURORA, III. !P— Ed Grabow, a hus driver, said he noticed tiny cracks on the rear window Thursday when he returned to his sedan parked near the bus depot. The vehicle had been there three hours. Grabow said he put his ear next lo the glass and could hear a crackling sound as the window conllnijed to shatter and splinter into liny squares. 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