Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1954 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, APRIL 24, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH School Officials of Greene Centerville Club Plan Calendar for 1954*55 Elects Officers PAGE THREE List Brlhalto »v FHA Former Air force Chaplain Addresses CarroUton Lions Church Services CARROLLTON - *>nts and principals of all the school* in Greene County met Thursday afternoon with ft. W. Lone, county superintendent of si hool«. A tentative calendar for the 1!>.VI-ITO'i school year was set up. plans were discussed con- , i ornuie an institule program, va- ! C.IMCIOS in the srhool faculties ; and the part the srhool of the t will play in the Centen ciiltuirtl Fair as well as the extension courses to he offered in flic 1 countv. Mr«. Srhnelten To Head ^ omen'* Croup CARROLLTON — Mrs. Henry Srhnelton was elected president of tho Contoivillo Woman's Club af a mooting "ntursday afternoon a* the homo of Miss Marv Schnelten with Mis« Rose Schnel- tonand Mi« Kli/abeth Schnelten Carrollton—Miss Pat Pniott was a<! hosteuso* Other officers elected wore: Mrs. Ron Lake \iep president: Mrs. Joe Ostermann. secretary: Mrs. Lawrence O<t"rmann. treasurer; Mr«. Jessie Hohson. CarroUton MYF Officers Named Mi«* Pat Prtiett To Head t nit Tin's Year Ci rir Thursday . . elected president of the MYF of of the Greene County Aeri- the Methodist Church at an elee- tion nf officers noon. Othpr nfficprs Thursrlav aftcr- are Miss Patty The tentative school calendar Keller, vice president: Miss Shir- • ''Torter. and Mr*. Jessie Hohson "•••' ' find Mrs. Kan Roehe. members of tho flower committee. A committee to prepare the cluh program for the ensuing year was appointed Sept. 1 a> the opening ti.-ty of school this tall with a La- I ->r Day vacation Sept. 6. The rl'ilo ot the Greene County In- Miluto is Sept. 20 with a Thanks- ci\inc vacation scheduled for' Nov. '.'."I and Nov. 2(5. The Christ- } inns vacation is Dec. 23 through j Jan, 3. There will be a holiday 1 Feb. 11! in eelehiation of Lincoln's hiithday and a two-day session in St. Loin's for teachers also in February. The Easter vacation will he April 7 to April 12 and there will be a Memorial Day holiday May .".0. Schools will bo dismissed for the year May :il, 1!)f>f>. The schools of the county are urged to participate in the Centennial of Ihe Greene County Agricultural Fair with floats for the Centennial parade and also with exhibits. Kach school will choose a queen as they did last year for participation in the annual oonlost for the title of Miss Greene County. The extension courses for tho county will open June 13 wilh course in Conservation to be tauglrt by Prof. H. G. Roepkc from the t'niversily of Illinois. The sncond course is in art, taught hy George Barford of the Illinois State Normal University and opens July 5. Both are three- week courses and both will be hold In the local public school building. Hot T.uncli Workshop CARROLLTON — G. W. Lowe, county superintendent nf schools, assisted in the planing for a workshop for school hot lunch personel and administrators to be held in Carrollton in the eatly part of September. The workshop will be conducled by members of the Slate Depart- menl of Public Instruction and attending will be qualified perso'ns from the schools in the counties of Greene, Macoupin, Jersey and Calhoun. Bethalto PWF Hears Talk BETHALTO —The talk "What Does It Mean to Follow Jesus?" was presented to the Presbyterian Westminster Fellowship Wednesday by Carole Olson. Lon Draper met wilh the group in the absence of the Rev. Cecil T. Allin, and Ken Richardson served the refreshments. Eight members of the Fellowship plan to attend a rally al. Greenville Sunday. The time lor deparlure is to be announced. Bill Barnes will present the topic at the next meeting, and Terry Lash will be hostess. Tresbylerian Meeting S«>t BETHALTO-An all-day meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will be called to order at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Gonrge Wulf will be hostess for the noon luncheon. Mejidowhrook C.ooil Xe1 K hbor Club Meet MEADOWBROOK — The Good Neighbor .Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. James Law- ranee for a noon luncheon and sorial afternoon. (James were played, and prizes were awarded lo Mrs. Kugene Sellier, Mrs. George Miles, Mrs, Nelson Weger and Mrs. Bricie Sauls. Two I^adleii Honored MEADOWBROOK-Mrs. Mary I'rsprung and Mrs. Charles Fred Sehofineweis were honored at a birthday party held at the home of Mrs. Clyde Schoeneweis Wednesday. A supper was served to the guests, and gifts were presented to the honorees. A large cake was used as a eenterpiece for the table decorations. ley Uao Roll, secretary: Miss Peggy Prui'tt. treasurer: Miss Margaret Shaw, reporter and Robert Richie, recreation chairman. The officers will take over their duties June 1. The program Thursday afternoon was presented by Carl Moushon. Medora Church Services Listed MEDORA At the Methodist Church Sunday Sunday school will he at f):15 a.m. and al 11:00 a.m. Rev. K. M. Dykus, district superintendent. Lebanon, will he here to conduct the last quarterly conference for the Meriora- Piasa charge, which will be a es. MYF al 7:.'!(. p.m. Al the Baptist Church Rev. Delhert Ooliko of Yompa, Colo, will preach at Kh't.i a.m. and Rev. C. \V. Compton al 7:^,0 in the evening. Sunday school al <):<r> a.m. and Training Union at 6::;0 p.m. Services at the Summervillc Presbyterian nounced as school at 9:15 a.m. and preach ing service at 10:L'0 a.m. by Rev. Church are anfollows: Sundav Kenneth Bowers. Rev. Robert Callison w i 11 Ohio produced about 33'^ million tons of coal in J953. preach at the Kemper Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. and 7:?,0 p.m. Sunday school at .10:00 a.m. Services at the Christian Church will he as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.; preaching services by Dan-el Terry at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Youth meeting at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Meredith Thomas will preach at the Bolhel Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. anad 7:30 p.m. Sunday School at 10:.10 a.m. Mass at SI. John's Catholic church will he at 8:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. Francis O'Hara. Attend District Meeting MKDORA — A cubbing and scouting meeting of the Western District was held at Elsah Thursday evening. Those from Medora alfending the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Frueh, Mrs. George Nixon, Mrs. Klmer Well, Mrs. Maurice Wilson, and Walter Ahlmeyer. Plans were marie for their meetings next month. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. 300 Attend Girl Scout Dinner More than 300 persons attended the Girl Scout dinner Thursday evening in parish hall, St. Peter & Paul's School, representing four Cathedral troops and two from Marquette. Mrs. John A. Voracek is council president; Miss B. Lundahl is executive director and Miss .7. Garver, field director. Miss Lundahl presented five year pins to Pat Hart, Pat Caliban, and Mrs. Donald Cali- and they are Mrs. Field". Mrs. Henry S.-hnol- lon. Miss Flla Rlnc\ Mrs. Ivan Reehe. Mrs. Thomas Black and Mrs. K. Huyoar. Twenty members answered roll call. A plant gift exchange v as held followed hy (he playing of games in which prizes were awarded Mrs. T. Rlack. Mrs. Frank Kirbach and Mrs. Ron Lake. Mrs. Jessie Hobson received Ihe gift pri/e. Tho next meeting of Ihe club will he hold Thursday. May (i at the home of Mrs. Henry Beebe wilh Mrs. Ivan Beebe assisting hosless. Current Books at Hayncr Library "Dictionary of Humorous Quotations," hy Evan F.sar—This is ? principal tool of numerous public, speakers and entertainers. If an alphabetical arrangement Ihe choice witticisms of hundreds of the most famous names in history is recorded. All typos of wit are included. The sayings covers' over 2.000 years of humor, from playful nonsense lo the wittiest wisdom. People from all walks of life will find uses for this book. The thousands of epigrams can he of servke in a 100 humorous ways. "The Pruning- Book," hy Guslav L. Wittrock-Nature prunes her trees and >lmibs according lo (he enviromonl in which they are growing. Kach person grows his shrubs and trees for specific purposes. Pruning is necessary in each case to get the host results. Each type of shrub and Irees has a particular type of pruning that it needs. Tlie author treats all aspects oomplolely giving expert advice on pruning orchard trees, trees of home- grounds, fruiting shrubs, ornamental shrubs, hedges, and evergreens. The book is well illustrated and an easy guide to the necessary pruning. "The Groat Sailor," by John W. Vandercock—This is the life of Capt. James Cook, a son of a field laborer, who becomes a captain in the Royal Navy. His life is that of a master mariner who knew and loved deep water. The description includes the first crossing of the Antarctic Circle by a ship and the first navigation of the west coast of America from Oregon, to the Polar fee Pack. Capt. Cook is well- known for the detailed maps and journals which he kept: of his explorations. It. was through his research that one of the most deadly scourges of the sea was abolished. "The Good Spirit of Laurel Ridge." by Jesse Stuart -This tale of Ihe Kentucky hill country has a a central character, Old Op, ,1 hermit; living on Laurel Ridge. Living alone, he is happy in his life of simple splendor. Suddenly things change BKTHAI.TO ... A v\elrome lo veiling pai"iit« VVRS extended Thursday evening hy Superintendent of Schools Wilbur ITrimpe at a Parents' Night held : at Civic Memorial High School. ! First event on the program .was the shoujnc of the film "Secure the Blessing." which is ; distributed the National nnd Illinois Education Association. Afl- , er the film, the parents were j free lo attend nny one of the | three panel discussions comluct- rd hy the faculty nnd member* of the I'nit S hoard of edtirntion. Floyd Mctiiiughey and Superintendent Trimpe held a discussion on the t'nit K financial picture. which drew an audience ot about If) persons. Several members of the (acuity and Mrs. .'nines Fairloss conducted H panel on special education. whirh WHS attended by 30 parents. Ike Rinp and the flcHiis of hoys and girls. Verle Carrell and Miss Peggy Juhrcnd. presented talks on transportation and attendance laws. An estimated 15 persons attended this At the conclusion of the panel discussions, refreshments weie served in the school cufleria. It was announced that department heads at Ihe school will talk to parents next ueek on registration for the next school term. Vtit'filion Hiblc School Clinic IfoldftlMcdom MEDORA- The Associalional Vacation Bible School clinic was held at. Ihe Medora Baptist Church, Thursday. Forty-eight were in attendance, nine churches beirg represented. Rev. Waller Miller of Hillsboro was in charge of the clinic and Mrs. G. W. Complon led the singing. During the morning there was a demonstration of opening exercises for Ihe Vacation Bihlp School. Various departmental conferences were held. Mrs. Waller Miller. Hill.shoro, led in the nursery department conference, Mrs. Edward Eskra, Pinsa, in Ihe beginners conference; Mrs. Wayne Overbey, Modesto, primary conference; Mrs. G. W. ComplPii, Medora, Junior conference; Mrs. Rex Brown, Modesto, intermediate conference. After lunch in the basement, a general conference was held where workers 'exchanged Ideas and discussion of Ihe work in general was held. Each church brought samples of handwork, which gave the churches different ideas for that phase of the work. Kane u .....,...,, tnni .iii i r;, j. r\.n 1^m^nll" , ---•»-- hana, and hospital bars to Joann ] , " 10 nulsirjc world conlps 1o Little, Margaret Huher and Pat Caliban. Mrs. Caliban is neighborhood chairman of both schools, president of the Alton Leaders Club, volunteer trainer of leaders and leader of senior troop 49. Mrs. Paul A. Maley is leader of senior troop 81, Marquette. Those besides the above who took part in the program were Margaret Huber v Ina Ringering, Mrs. Caliban, Irene Achenbach, Judy Kilgo, Juanite Saekman, Rene Austin, Mary Lou Roe, and troops 49, 69 (BrownieI, 81 (senior), 140 (intermediate). Also included in the program was a donation to the Juliette Lowe fund, and a history and aims of girl scouting. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK Plenty of Fresh STRAWBERRIES ON SALE! DELICIOUS BANANAS S "•• 39* i-Z TO Kit SWKT 0 JUICY ORANGES Ttoi. GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET CORN 39c BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVMN PRODUCE MARKET Laurel Kidgc. Old Op teaches and shares the seerets of this natural paradise until they he- Sin to corrupt it wilh city ways. In the end, they leave and once more Old Op is master of all he surveys. Baptist Activities Listed at Roxana ROXANA - The Rev. L. K. Mustain, pastor of the First Baptist Church will use as his sermon topic at Ihe 9:45 a.m. worship service Sunday "The Blessedness of Belief" and at the evening service at 7:30 the topic will be "The Paradox of Peace." The Rev. Mustain -served as moderator of the council at the ordination of the Rev. Cletus Levered at the Berean Baptist Church, Bunker Hill, Friday afternoon and evening. Rev. Leverett is a missionary supported hy the Roxana church and is serving in Ihe mountains of Southeastern Kentucky. He is a member of the Berean Church. Others attending the ordination exercises from Roxana were Walter Thompson, Mrs. A. \V. Bean, Mrs. William Hubbard, Mrs. Susie Snedeker, Mrs. Kenneth Angus, Mrs. Jennie Smith and Mrs. Mustain, The Rev. and Mrs. Mustain spent Saturday in Pontiae where Rev. Mustain addressed the Northern Illinois Fellowship of Regular Baptist Churches at the Calvary Baptist Church. KANK-Mr. and Mrs. Boh Yoconi, Fidelity, were dinner euests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Bales. Mis. Charles Morrow entertained a number of friends and neighbors Thursday nlternoon al ;i parly. Mrs. Richard Dean Carr. Mrs. Ross Crotchet!, Mrs. Roy Williams and Mrs. Bessie Pinkerton entertained Thursday night wilh a shower for Mrs. Gilbert \\'il- liams al the homo of Mrs. On;-. Prixes were given to Mrs. Kvor- . ell Turner, Mrs. Charles Toinp- kins and Miss Alice WooldridKe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry De- Shasier, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Schmidt and Miss Marie Rilhve attended confirmation service al SI. John's Church in Carrolllon Thursday night. JVlaryln De- Shasier, Kane, was one of the class of 85. 4 Cottage Hills Men Named Fire Captains COTTAGE HILLS —Fire Chief Wiliam Bryant announced the appointment of four fire department captains al a business meeting Wednesday evening in the firehouse. Named as captains were Ku- gene Whipple, Robert Meiser. Thomas Durham and Hillard Hamilton. A fire drill was held at ] p.m. today, and the members of the department are to meet at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall tonight at 6 p.m. for refreshments. One species of bat has a wingspread of five feet, according to Ihe Encyclopedia Brilannica. — Tho Rrv \\il- Main Sc.-ulden. minister of K Baptist Cliitrch flf Tallulah. and a wrlf known Irvttirer, \va< eur<t shaker . Tlinrsdai rxenine at fhr cue'*! • nisht dinner moctmc of thr local ; I.ions Huh hold in the Preshy- i lenan Church. Hi< inptc \\asj "Kear and Suspicion '. Rev, Scsdden luts hern ;\ professional lecturer (or the p;isi seven years and is a (.inner chap lain in both houses of Congress mid \\ps chaplain at Chamito Kiolrt during World \\;ir II. He is also a former secretary of the Illinois Welfare Association. Kroman Hollswnrth. n member of tho bom-el () f directors of the (irccne County F«lr Association, presented lo the dub members « pitiposerl Centennial Scarf plan in which all organisations in the county are to he asked to purchase a number of scarfs in an advertising rampaiun for the Centennial of the (Jrcen County Agricultural Fair. The scarfs will portray a map of the stale of Illinois and will also bear the insignia of the Centennial of the local Fair Association. Paul Pressler, vice president of Ihe club nnd mannger o( the (Ironic County .Service Company, presided during the meeting in Ihe absence of Dr. Paul A. Dailey. president. Allcnil Di-lrlcl Meeting CARROl.I.TON—Members ol the local Rebekah Lodge served HS escorts for tho past officers of the Rebekah Stale Assembly nl the moeliiiK of Rebekah District 'J'J Thursday afternoon an evening in the 1OOF hall in Clint rd: Attending from Ihis city and participating in the ceremonies were: Mrs. Dorolhy BrocU, Miss Ina Brock, Mrs. Bon Powell, Mrs. Hollyn Jackson, Mrs. Irene Martin, Mrs. Norma Winters, .Mrs. Cecil Baker. Mrs. Wreathe Stevens. Laverne Boll, Mrs. Dorothy Wcll- hausen. Mrs. Charles Neal, Mrs. Harry Mungall. Mrs. Kunice Roll Johnson and Mrs. Howard Kessie. Attend Oi;S Merlins CARROLLTON — Mrs. Alfred .Johnson, associate matron of tho local Chapter of the Order of Ihe Kastern Star, served as one of tho officers at advance officers' night which was observed Friday evening hy Ihe Kaslern Star Order in Chesterfield. Others attending were Mrs. Adrian Road and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kessie. CM Sophomores To Stage Show BKTHALTO- Civio. Memorial High School sophomores will present a play at. a school-wide assembly May 4. Directing the production «•!)! he William Davis, class sponsor, and Mrs. Ralph Dodd. Those in the east are ,1ini Acton, Marietta Hodge, Ann Pren- nan, Joanne Leonard, June Kennedy. An not IP '/immormann, Connie Lehnen. Rosemary Kroiv nhlp, Ray (iooch, Jim Berry, fiene Sellier, Marlene Meisenheimer, Kugene Brush. Charles Pelfin, 'August Schmidt, Judy Doolen, Roberta Riley, Larry Kndicolt and Willarri Wallace. Others who will assist are Don F.aton, announcer; Willard Wallace, props; and Ronnie Kvans, sound effects. Lutheran Events Listed at Bclhalto BKTHALTO — Aolivitio« nl , '//inn Lutheran Church ne.\t week are as follows : 1 Monday, Ihe Men's Club will \ hear the Rev. William Woller of Alton State Hospital presenl the topic. The mod ing is to begin at K p. m. Tuesday, Sunday school teachers will hold their regular meeting at 7 p. m. Wednesday, the Ladies' Aid Society will meet'al 1 :.'JO p. tn . to see the film "Your World. Call." j Thursday, the stewardship j committee will meet at 7:110 p.m. i Friday, a new adult member- ! ship class will he instituted al i 7 p. m. in the church basement. RFTII.M.TO —The first Baptist Sundav school convenes at H:M am Ihe Lords Supper will be observed at 10 fi a.m. worship: the Tiviiniiiu t'nion meets at 7 P in : .tnd evening worship is to be held ;it S o'clock. Sund.iv sehtvil at the Asseinhlv of i lod Church will convene at JV.'ii) a.m.. and morning worship is lo bo held at 11 a.m. Tho C.\ meets at fi:.'!0 p.m., and ev angotistk* services are to be held at 7: l."i p.m. The Methodist Sunday school will asemble at 9: l.'i am. and morning worship is to bo on the topic "Restoring tho Kingdom". The Youth Fellowship meets at H:!>0 pm, and evening worship will be conducted at 7.IIO. Masses will be celebrated at Our Ladv Queen of Peace Church al S and 10 a.m. this Sunday. ^ Worship soiviros nl the Proshv lerian Church will ho held al d:P.n a.m.. and the Sunday school classes will convene al 1(1;.'ill a m. The '/.i<\n Lutheran Sundav school will meet at 0 a m. The topic "Hloss Our Fields" will he presented at the S nnd 10. I") worship services in connection with a crop-dedication program. Do nations for tho recent land purchase campaign at the church will ho accepted. All services are on Daylight Saving Time. HOW Him \o\v« Rr.THALTO In Ihr Thursday Men's League Decker's won three from Sine, Cal's Standard Service unn luo from Neumann's Builders, Iho MO Club UOM three from Ihe Town Tavern and Jim's Shell Service won three from Hopcroft Klectrlc. Cal's < had team high scries, a 'J.IS'I, and Neumann's had loam high single, a fl'JL'. Sieve Ontko, 57(1, and Dave C.ainniiii, 'J07, howled thp individual high series and single, respectively. .Other ^(H)-keglers: Frillman. L'O.'i; Kirkwood, 'JO.'i; Harris, 'JO'J; and Bast, JDO even. School Auction Set BKTHALTO The student council at. Civic Memorial High School will slage an auction of miscellaneous articles Tuesday at Ihe school. Items to he sold have been prepared for sale by Ihe students. Plan Benefit Variety Show at Fosterhnrg FOSTKRRUR.G — The Collage Hills Mother's Club will presenl a variely show bore at Ihe school Tuesday evening al 8 p.m. Proceeds from the show will go lo the |own hall building fund. An oslrich can keep puce wilh a fast horse. QUESTS HAPPIFR : CHURCH INCOME HI6HER..WITHNEtV| MONROE TABLES, Tlir Ahmr nf Ihe Ihnuii *r? rrceive from rliuirh pi-oplc whn hnvr found In MoitriM? (oldlMif Huntiurl Tublp* Ihf hnpp\ ftftUiliini lo Llielr problems in M-lllriR up and nerving rhurrh ' dm nem. rir And ihr f xpcrlmce of Mr». X roultl br llml of nny nf \hrnr. hmiMunriK of wiunrn fonneclfrl with clmn-hM «< well *\ many nthcf In- nUlntiiini. who have purch,i»rrt Mnn- rne lal)le». rhalM, »tr. Thfir trr probably more limn onf "Mr«. X" Mtfhl in >our coiniTtunity to whom \vir i-ould refpp you. While helping »etvt K h»n<]iii>l In ralai! funds lor her rliurcli » Irw innnlh* axii, Mrs. X noticed thn! the iur*t> were crowded and unrnmfnrt- ahle nnrt lh«l It w»» actually lin- pn»»lhle. l,o teat all gue»t« at one tim*. Later, Mi-». X »sw *nd answered one nl our ad» and wan amazed to learn from our- reply nf tho many exc-luitlve advantimcn «nd Ihr low, dlrecl price* nllrreii nn)y on Miintnr Folding Tuition. Afler receivlnit the new Monroe Tablet ordered hy her church. Mr». X wrote u« that their rinrinhcm and xurult are happier and wall Ihe InrrrHkril attendance at Iheir church affoirt, Iheir income t* higher • lure (hey added their new Monroe Tnhle«. Wo. know you, loo, would tike new, niodrrn Monroe folding Banquet Tables /or jour church, lodge. club, ncbool. etc. Write ui loday for catalog and «po'-l a | dlncountu lo in- »lilution» and organization*. Trrnin up lo 2 yearn ran he arranged. H mnnlh« wilh no inlere/it or carrying charge. MONROE CO, Frill likM filial Daily Birlhd»j-V\>rtiJinj Cakei Our Ample Parking 4v»ilablc. DUKC •AKBMY »tk 270 ON PAID UP STOCK $100 PER SHARE ALTON BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Block's lei Criim and Chipitli }*G»llon—Quart—Pint Sizet Availftblt At Our DRYV-INNft Spring Tea, Style Shew Staged at Mcclora Thursday MKDORA - Tho Medora Future Homomakors of America hold their spring tea, honoring their mothers, and their stylo *how on Thursday afternoon at 1 .\10 in Ihe hich school evm. to which Ihe public was invited. June Chism was Ihe announcer. The theme was "April in Pari«." Thoi-e were throe scones, Ihe different classes of girls lie- ing sealed around tables, representing heine server on the sidewalk cafe of Paris. The seventh graders, who modeled aprons, were the waitresses They were l*mnn Sarginsnn. M a r i I y n Moore. Sue Gotham, Wilma Cadmus. Dorothy Trill, .lovce War nor. Mnrllm Raftis, Margaret lYivvns, Rnihnia A.iin. Juno Ran- nisi or, Hoseinnry Frickor. Kimn Jones. Mary Kelly. Helen Kelly, Lena Vnrhle. The eighth graders, who mod- oled skirts, were: Klhel Hrooks, Florence Swannor, Thorosn |<a). lal. Donna Marshall. Cecelia Sarginson. Almelta Ciimlin. Kvo- lyn Hlnes, Ruth Ann Pope. Home Economics class 1. modeling drosses, included Carol Rruns. Marjorie Ilines. Edna Jones. Eileen Jones. Jo Ann Kirsch, Ruth I/iy, Helen Shaw, iVinna Varblo. Home Kc class ;>, modeling dresses or skirts, included Mary Jo Drunks, Mary Lou Hrooks. Sue Mann, Lorelta McKinney. Deloris Milnor, Gloria Rhino. Loretla Riehey, Sue Slanton, Lei ha Varblo, Donna Wise. Home EC ,'t class, modeling party dresses, were Barbara Harlan, Cecil Gross. Glenda liar- Ian. Dolores Maple. Wanda Slanton. Lore) I H nichey. Special music provided hy the girls Included solos by Shirley Strauh and Myrtle Loo Johnson and a duel hy the same girls. Marilyn Wiognnd \\as their ac- rompanist. June C'hism, F. H. A. president Hie past year, infrorhired Mis. Miiiy Lois Shepard. home PCS instructor and F.H.A. spon- «inr and also her corps of offi- rers. Frances Kirsch. the new- president for next year, Intro- ducpfl hoi corps of officers. Relreshmenis of cookips and punch, pn-parert hy the home PCS depart men), were served I rom a table hy June Chism and Frmn-cs Kirsch retiring and new FHA prpsidents. Meclnrn \nlen : MF.noitA Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Taiyhcllji. Mrs. Ifslic \Vil- I ; Ion. Mrs tvihrrt Plugger, Mrs. | •'nne Shields mid Mrs. Dn n Rice; ol Arbor Vilac Camp of Ihe Royal Ncighhois D| Anvricii attended Ihe slate rnmonlion in Spting- ; field WcilncMl.'iv. : MFDORA Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kwm. niicn-;o, arrived Friday to spend Ihp weekenrl wilh his pnipnls, Mr. and Mrs. Paul I-.'win. Mr. nnd Mis. Howard Strunk and fntnily nnd Misses Clara and llulrlnh Pi iosmeyer. St. I/nils, will he Suiviay cuests in ( h e home of Mr. and Mrs. H. ft, Range. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wilton werft in Alton Thursday. Mrs. Clarem-t. Sunderland, 'Delhi. visited Thursday afternoon .with Mrs. Klsie McCrellis and • .\frs. Milford Ryan 1 Mrs \Vinf red Uhr, Piasa i«ere gimsts Wednesday aftPr- i noon of Mrs. Arthur Gwillim and Miss pplla Ctn\\cr. C'orpnrnl Harnltl Bnvvmrtn MKDORA .- Corporal Harold Bowman arrivpd home Thursday night from Ft. Sheridan. 111., where he has been stationed since returning from a 13-month9 service in Korea. He has been sepn rated from ser ice. Mr. and Mrs. Howman. \vho were married during his furlough at home after returning from overseas, are residing on a farm, east of Medora. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK OPEN SUNDAY 8 A. M, to 12 NOON How Christion Science Hcols "EXAMINE YOUR PURPOSE IN LIFE" WOK'/, mroUp) Sun. CHICKENS AND MEAT AVAILABLE NOTTOLI SUPER MKT. HIGHLAND & COLD STS. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK "What really got me the raise was my Savings Account" Logical enough. The thrill habit slirs up ambition , . . in- creaswt your poise and self-conlidenca . . . makes- you WORTH MOREI Whatever your present situation, funds get aside in your SAVINGS ACCOUNT will improve it. Week by week and deposit after deposit, you'll be bolter prepared lor extra needs . , . emergencies . , . opportunities. Star! saving NEXT week . . , with Wedge Bankl USE OUR FREE PARKING LOT 30 minutes free parking in our lot ... just 26 steps from bank entrance. Enter on East Fourth St. Growing With Alton for Over 51 Years

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