Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1954 Mr*. Ppftff John Flatttt Elected Head of Jersey Woman's Club *- Mrs. John #tt eflseted president of Woman's Club at ffiSvtlhg Thursday at the Methodist (Starch. Mrs. Paul Staley was «teW«fl fiftt'vtee pfesMent and fflli. Ptm\ Hemlfig, cotrespotid- fftt secretary. Mrs. Flatrtt succeeds Mrs. Alvin tt. Petitt who has been president of the local club the past two years. The report of the nominating committee was presented by Mrs. R. I... Smith, chairman. The retiring vice president is Mrs. Dnvid H. Overy and the retiring corresponding secretary •s. C. M. Yocom. Holdover PEARL MARKET CKKTtlAL and PKAIU, LOOK WHAT lOc WILL BUY! runt BLACK PEPPER. 10c BABO CLEANSER lOc HEINZ CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP... lOc MAIN SARDINES . . . riOc officers include Mrs. William F. Hanlry, wconrt Vh* president; Mrs. B. M. Brewster, recording Rerrrtflry and Mr*. W. O. Donham, treasurer. The new officers will he Installed at the May meeting nnd nt the at which will ftswrfne thoir June board mwtinR time thr new rhafrmrn will be armounrrd.. Anfiftitl The officer* oim» and committee chairmen pnysentr-d their annual reports Thursday at tho business "session which was presided over by Mrs. Petltt. Courtesy loiters from various .state nnd rlisfrtrt reinvention quests, rontfst winners. Jersoy- vllle Junior Woman's Club, etc., were rend. An audit of I he Hub records made April 20 by the committee composed of Mrs. Dan i Edwards, Mrs. Ed Houseman ! nnd Miss Ch;irlotte Pritchett. wns accept r-d. Mrs. Pelitt appointed a committee to review the minutes of the annual meeting MS presenlerl by Mrs. 13. M. Brewsler. The committee named wns Mrs. C. IT. Grabbe, Mrs. Flay Well and Mrs. C. M*. Yocom. Mrs. Petit.' gave a report of the 201 h disfrlct convention held In Jerseyvllle April rind thanked those who h;id assisted with Ihe conclnve nnd with the club work during her two years' regime. She reported that the Jerseyville club had a record of 100 per cent participation in club projects and gave a brief review' of its accomplishments. Winners sponsored hy the local club In district events were reported as follows: art. Richard Allen, first, and Virfcil Fry, third. Americnn-f'iti'/enship Essay contest. Noreen (iuntren, first, nnd Frances Davis, third. Education Kssajr awards, IMane Wuestenfeld and Shelby Jean Mudrl. first and .second on subject "Why I Want to Be a Teacher." Conservation Scholarship in district received by Bar- li.-irti Morrison on hf-r essay; and IJetly Roth, a scholarship to the Cfimp given hy Worrmn's Club, .scrap book of the local cluh l''t:yptinn Ainsi< Ihe Jerseyville xoconrl placo in the fllHlrlcl. S«ntp Mcot In May Annoumf'iTicnl \Vns mnrlf* of the- f>!l!h iinnunl Kliitn r.nnvfnlion of Illinois FHiTation of Women's Clubs fit Hotel Sherman, Chi- I:UKO, on Mny 4, 5 and 6. MrB. Mnrrua J. Ryan, program chairman, was in charge of tho nflf-rnoon program whirh lifRnn nt. 3:30. Guests of honor wnro the Juniors, soniors nntl women fnnully momhprs of the Jnrsey Community High School. The Jersnyvillo Woman's Club chorus directed by Mrs. I'mil W. Reddish, nnd nccompanlnd hy Mrs. Sam Spiogelmnn, snng, Clinic Held For Jersey 4-H'ers JFR.SKYVTLLK~Jpr.ipy County 4-H mrmbprs Ifarned how to put on syid use demonstrations at a clinir hold at thr Farm Bureau builclinf? Thursday oveninR. Ap" many admirers, writing her nnme in both Chinese and English. Following the meeting a reception was held in the dining room of Ihe church where (he tables wrre decorated with lilacs and pink roses. Hostesses were: Mrs. Howard Manning and Mrs. A. If. Schlotzhnuor; co-hostesses. Mrs. Dolbert Short. Mrs. Paul Fleming, Mrs. F. W. Schwar/lose, Mrs. Gerald Bock, Mrs. Cletus Heitzig. Mrs. Carl Thatcher, Mrs. S. E. Plrtle, Mrs. Cecil Hridgford. Mrs. Robert riledhill, Mrs. Phil Rltler, Mrs. George Drew, Mrs. M. Kdwards Breed, Mrs. Harry Blish and members of tht executive board. proximately 85 leaders, members and parents were present for the session. The assistant youth adviser. Laverne A. Jenne. discussed the subject of demonstrations and pointed out that they arc not only Important in 4-H activity but are used in every dny life. "Whenever you show another .person how to do something, you are giving a demonstration" he said. The art of flower arrangement was displayed in a demonstration given by Miss Jean Fulkerson. Misses Phyllis MeGutre and Marilyn Rertman teamed up to show the group how to take the creases out of a piere of new cloth. A team demonstration was also given by Roger Carlson and Charles McClary showing how to make a sling for an injured arm and bandage an injured hand or arm. These demonstrations were the basis of discussion and presentation of information presented earlier. The purposes of having 4-H demonstration work are to teach recommended practices and to help the boys and girl* to think rlearly, to work skillfully, and talk confidently while on their feet before an audience. Demonstrations make it possible to explain certain processes more clearly and in a way which wiJJ be remembered longer. Each agricultural 4-H club will be asked to give a demonstration at a county contest to be held in connection with the Jersey County Fair this year. 2,502 Motor Vehicles Registered in Calhotin HARDIN—According to fibres recently released by the state, CaJhoun County has 2.502 registered motor vehicles. There are 1,730 passenger cars, two taxis and livery ambulances. 687 trucks and buses, 54 trailers and semi trailers. 9 dealer car* and 20 motorcycles irnrt scooters. As the 1950 census showed only i i 6 89s people living in the county, I this makes an average of some i kind of motor vehicles for less ! than every three people. The 11.730 passenger cars is almost exactly one car for every four persons I Read Telegraph Want Adi (B _L_0 C K' S / / DRYV INN I Milton RH Godfrey Rd Middle (•own i 7th [7 Central! -WE PAYMENTS A PROBlEM?n If you are tn debt »«« behind In >«o» paynwnta, let BIJDGEt P1AN *rr»n(t« lo «et you ont of debt with payment* yon can afford, regardlM* of •>«* mm* yon owe. No wscurity or endortm required—4»ne place to pay. THE BUDGET PLAN 201 W. 3RD ST., 2ND FLOOR—Phone 4-9111—ALtON, ILL. Copyrltbt 1»M — O F.B — St. LrMlt, M*. Me Your Tlmd. Your "Clouds," and "I be- — lOc FANCY CELERY . . 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Her subject wns "Chinn Through a Keyhole." She told of HOC la 1 life* and conditions in her native China and cmphasi/ro^ the fact thiil, despite superficial' differences we are all "Sisters in (be Family of God." "In my country," she snld, "The emphasis Is In old !!«(.' -in America the emphasis is on youth." "Women in my country have one ambition — to grow old. They welcome their passing years with Its wrinkles as another milestone 16ward that goal where they are revered because they have given their years of experience lo humanity." FINANCE tnd n. • (OMr tally Ann Shop) 301 BELLE STREET Phomi a-t2tt • Alton, III. A«h tor.thf Vtt MANaier ' Op*D •••nlnfll*—phonrt fat houfi tMM •••« t» itiWn* t) ill lutiwndlni turn "We are not denominational conscious,' 1 she continued. "Christians are just Christians with no further designation. I didn't know I was a Presbyterian until 1 came to America and some one figured out that my religious practices more nearly conformed with that denomination than with any other. Because food in China is so Important lo life because il is so scarce, Christians there are called "Religion Eaters." Dr. Huang talked Informally with Ihe students alter her talk and autographed papers for her -v^' m fcfi/Bfl/J PHIIIP MORRIS PACK This means no torn messy pocks... no tobacco in pocket or purse I fc 4 Snap open the pack... KING SIZE or REGULAR and enjoy the cigarette with MORE VINTAGE TOBACCO! <1 Oily PHILIP MORRIS has the new cigarette packaging in 50 years. Vo//« at inap-upeo pack ... the fastest, easiest no extra tost! And only PlUUP MORRIS pack an the world! It's neat- ... King Size and Regular ... gives you - dwn-comement! It's the result of years morf rare vintage tobacco than other of rewarcb. Its the greatest advance in leading cigarettes. 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Simplifies your serving problems ... is smart on your table. We feature these Vernon patterns in open stock. Buy additional items at regular prices as you want them or need them. Be sure to see the wide variety of attractive, functional serving pieces, available. Phone 3-885) and ask tor "rlousewores Dept." ... or moil this coupon. Alton's Leading Department Store City .. .. Pleqse send Pqttern. . Nome Address , . City Charge.,.. , , , Zone State me the following Vernonware Starter Sets at $8.95 each: , Quantity ..,.,..,,. CO.D .Remittance ln«l ,,. Basemen! ftousevrares Department

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