Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
Page 7
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MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Mrs. Leslie Prehn Again To Mead Bcthaho Woman's Club PAGE SEVER RKTHALTO - - Mrs. Lrslir Prfhn was rr-elorted prrsiHont of the Rcthfilto Woman's Club at aft annual rloction held Fri- rtny rvenine in thr> town hnll. Other offirrrs elector! \vere: Mrs. Eugene Knsten. vice president: Mrs. Carl Barth. recording secretary: Mrs. Leroy tXi- i-ommon. corrnspondini; secretary; Mrs. Lewis Rir-ks, treasurer; and Mrs. Arthur Elliott. .'-Tr<!. Krncs^ LonninEton and Mrs. V. T. Patterson, members of the exfcutivp hoard. Mrs. John Hasan read the i luh rnllcrt at the start of the business meeting, and Mrs. J. T. MeGaushey and Mrs. James 1'iaek were unanimously acrep- tnd as memhers of the club. The members voted to donate MO to the fund for the restora- ALTON CIVIC ORCHESTRA TONITE 8:15 P. M. WEST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL tion of Independence Hall and J2 to the Crusade for Freedom. Tn Plan Rant|tiM It was announced that Mrs. Paul Van Meter, Mrs. Charles Schoeneweis and Mrs. Edward Juneau will serve on a committee to plan the annual club banquet. All reservations for the banquet must be made through one of the committee members before May 5. Mrs. John Pero. Mrs. Charles ?choeneweise and Mrs. Calia Adams were honpred for their April birthdays, and Mrs. Leslie Outline, scrapbook chairman, displayed the club scrapbook. In other action it svas announced that: Mrs. Leslie Prehn and Mrs. Ernest Lennington would attend the Ilinois State Federation conference in Chicago May 4, 5 and 6; that the East Alton, Wood River, Roxana and Be; thallo Women's Clubs will jointly [ celebrate, a Good Neighbors' | Night on the second Friday of November; and that the Bethalto Public Library will occupy new quarters over the town hall as soon as redecorating is Who Launders Sheets and Sbirts 909 E. Broadway, Dial 3-8877 •omplctcd. Atfrml Comi>ntlm> j Mi>-. Prrhn reported on the 22nd district conference held in j Kast St. Louis recently. At-1 ndins: the conference with Mrs. f~§f*1 4 * 1 Prehn were: Mrs. Oscar Neu-jf L J\ |AltllH11*CC naher. Mrs. Theo Sheppard. Mrs. ; Harold MrCalley. Mrs. L. K. Pritchett. Mrs. I>lhert Hartley. Mrs. Charles Srhoeneweise and Mrs. Thomas Karh officer of the club pave her annual report at the meeting. Mrs. Prehn presented each officer and chairman of the committees with Rifts. An attendance prize which had been brought to the United States from Mexico was presented to Mrs. Oscar Neunaber. It was announced that the next club meeting will be held May 28 and that the new officers will serve as hostesses. 4-H'ers To Present Play at Slate Hospital RKTHALTO -- The Madison County 4-H Federation is planning to present the play "A Sitter for Sonny" to patients nt Alton State Hospital sometime in the r.ear future. A definife time for the play has not been announced as yet. At its last business meeting;, the Federation had as guests Frank Maynard. Karl Munson and Mrs. Udell Wehling. It was announced thai skating party for the members would be held May 27 at Troy, and that, a donkey softball game has been tentatively scheduled for July 22. The meeting of the Federation will be jheld May 18. Fashion Shew Rral E * talp Salcs t| • * t. i |^|» Reported by Hemphill Jtll&IlllUlll \_Jl i Last week's real estate sales 1 reported by (lie Hemphill Acen- cy included: Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Lance- BF.TIfALTO - A fashion show : J '*" c ha \£. P» rt> h«*frf * new j 'home at 401 N. Ninth St., Wood River, from Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Myers. I-anKPhmiR is the newly- appointed administrator of the Wood River Township Hospital. in the last act of the Parent- Teacher Association jamboree here Friday was one of the highlights of the program. Women of the village had been imM ,„ ™ ,,,, r , rf^,, : j; s r,h^o™T,S'S m^rx.trss ssv;.;," *• M *">• Castile, director of the play served as commentator for the ' """ Mls ' Kl| R™'' ^SRi- fnshion show. | "l n " n , havr Purchased A lot on She introduced the follouin, | M^to 1 "Saas^ ^ ^ women: Mrs. Charles (Grand- .. ... Mr, and Mrs. Ed'vnrd Harper Sixth St., Wood River, to Mr. and Mrs. Ftfderirk Laird. ! Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hampton have purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs F.rnest Fraley. 3;>OS Wii-kenhauser Ave. Mr. and Mrs F. Clenn Stein- ben; have sold their homo at 21 ;5 Whitelaw Ave.. Wood River, to Mr. and Mrs. William Fair. Nebraska ranks fourth onions states of the Union in butter production. | PntHnif on Tf«> fOWA FALLS .-r-DoR licenses issued in Iowa Falls are shaped like fire hydrants. Tammany Hall is the I>mo- cratic organization of Manhattan, locator) in New York. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK COMPLETE BRAKE AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND MOTOR TUNE-UP... DAN'S Iraki Ser?iee 90* tV. 9th St. rhoni» .1-82 M Without Touching a Tool You Can Get Up To 15% More Power From Your Engine Shell Premium Gasbline with TCP, the greatest gasoline development In 31 years, neutralizes lead and carbon depdtilt that cause pre-ignifion and misfiring. • No< place in England is more [ than 18 miles from a railway line. Head Telegraph Want Ads ma> Schoeneweis. who \\as in- troduecd as 'he oldest resident of Uelhalto; Mrs. Lee Clozia. who wore a fjown that was 100 years old; Mrs. Kenneth Shenry, who wore a dress belonging to Mrs. John (Grandma) Elliott; Mrs. Barney Szes;edy, n 75-year-old Vtown; Mrs. Robert Bicfma, a 75-year-old sown from Germany; Miss Ann Steinrauf, who worn the 1903 wedding gown of Mrs. Lizzie Brown; and Mrs. Earl Hclmknmp, who wore n gown 65 years old. , Other women in centennial dress who were introduced were: Mrs. Guy Hearn, Mrs. Martin Young, Mrs. R. C. Reed. Mrs. Fred Berghofl, Mrs. William Slut/,, Mrs. Elmer Hilgcndorph, Mrs. Joseph'Kessler, Mrs. Glenn Sehuctle. Mrs. Gene Woodson, Mrs. Greg Schueltc and Mrs. Ralph Dodd. Vocal selections between acfs i! were sung by Mrs. Era Weeks, Mrs. Frances Castile and Pete Bivens. Mrs. Jackson Blaisdell provided piano accompaniment during the play. Irving Frlherg have purchased the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Smith nl 107 Missouri Ave., South Rox-1 ana. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rees sold their home at 483 North presented corsages to Mrs. Castile and Mrs. Blaisdell for their help in producing the show. Rowling BETHALTO - In the Friday Men's League Kennedy Hardware and Bethallo Bowling split a three-game series, Schvvalb Hardware won two from A. G. Groc"rv', Bill's Market won three from the 406 Club and Carter Brothers won two from Falstnff. Carters captured learn honors with a 2,497 scries and an 883 single. Gene Pointer, 56:!, had individual high series and M e 1 Morris, 203, had high game. TO THE RESIDENTS OF MILTON AREA Beginning April 23rd, 1954, We are LOWERING Our Taxi Fares to Milton Road. The price for 1 or 2 Passengers from Milton District Downtown will be 50c with a 25c charge for each additional passenger. So for Prompt and Courteous Service, When You Need a TAXI, DIAL 2-2300 HAM & MERV TAXI CO. All rf today's gasolines contain j deposit -fcirminit compounds. In automobile rncines, these deposits of lend nnd carbon steal power t\vo ways: In combustion chambers they get so hot they set oft the fuel mixture prematurely. The explosion hits the piston "on the rise" before it reaches the proper firing position. This means power wasted, not used. Tlio name for this is prp-lRni- tion, nnd it happens most often when more power is actually needed In passing or climbing a hill. The second uny these deposits steal power Is Iw short-drcuit- Inm the spark plugs. The plugs misfire, especilly with the engine accelerating or pulling hard. And when nn engine Isn't hitting on all cylinders, naturally gasoline and power are being wasted. Nr»w you ran set that power buck And get It by the time you've uspfl two tankfuls of RBSoll You do this by using Shell Premium C, a x a 11 n e with TCP called the greatest Rnsoline development, since tetraethyl lend With your first gallon, TCP ad- dltive starts to break througH- he power harrier set. up By le*C and earhon deposits. It "fir**; proofs" Uie hot. spots in coffttms* Ion chambers, preventing pre* ftnltlon. Power works fflt you again! Tt changes fh<> deposits oft ipark plugs so they no loftgef short circuit. You get a fult ;park again — the plug fires <verylime. Your enslnesmooth* out and the fuel pays oft Irt inwer. Before you've finished your tecond tankful. Shell Premium! with TCP tins done what no (•asolino could do before: It ha* <tincd your engine to new power '••and automatically without lools. You'll have Up to 15% hiore power than you may be ttinR now. 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