Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
Page 13
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 13-22 Member of The Associated Press, 5c Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, APRIL 26,1954 Established Jan. 15,1836. Frttft t*kti ftttf* Dtfff Btrthday-W^Wtnt CMtei On* Speetsttf. Ample Pwtcfflt A**»1«Me. DUKE tAKCRY cornet W& wrt Hffir} Mneett Snn-Timm. WfiKB Will Televise McCarthy Ca?e CHICAGO. jP-Tho Chicago Sun- Thnes and te 1 e v i s i o n station WBKB today announced thry will share expenses of live telecasts Tuegraph Want Adi °""» ^ lot the remaining McCarthy-Army hearings "as A public service." i The arrangement eails for the: newspaper to pay a "major portion" of the revenue the station will lose by dropping regular commercially-sponsored programs. It pre- vrnts a threatened TV blackout of Chicago on the remainder of the hearings. The Chicago outlet of the National Broadcasting Co., the only local station which cattted the full hearings during the first two days ha«l armmmc-ed It was dropping the teTwwsts because of loss of revenue from regularly sponsored programs. Mothers'Daughten Feted At Ship man Methodist Church NOTICE! I HAVE RESUMED MY TRADE AS A MINTING CONTRACTOR and will cheerfully submit o Free Estimate on your decorating needs. We will be especially pleased to serve all our previous customers since I first began in 1926. (TED) ESTES PAINTING CONTRACTOR • INTERIOR DECORATING • EXTERIOR PAINTING • PAPER HANGING (ALL UNION WORK) PHONE 2-7183 - FREE ESTIMATES SH1PMAN - The annual moth- er-d<tBgnteT banquet was attended by 150 person* at the Methodist arareh Friday evening. The theme of the decorations .vas "Stairway to the Stars". Group singing was led by Mrs. Charles Maflack. Camille Murfin gave "A tribute to mothers" and Mrs. Kenneth Rreitwiser gave "A tribute to daughters." Potted plants were presented to the following: oldest mother, Mrs. Alire Thomas; youngest mother. Mrs. Marvin Matlaek of Alton; mother with the most children, Mrs. Saul Johnson of Woodburn; mother with the most daughters, Mrs. Harry Flte; oldest daughter with her mother present, Mrs. Vern Bennett of Alton, and youngest daughter, Linda Matlaek of Alton. Patty Alwara gave a reading and a skit entitled "The Romance of a Hat", was presented. The banqtiet was prepared by the Methodist men and served by the MYF boys. The following committees were in r h a r g e : program, Mrs, Charles Skates and Miss Margaret Snl/man; decorating, Mes- Archer, Arnold Bohlmeyer, Donald Johnson, and Don Cravens. Guests were present from Springfield, Pawnee, Streator, Carlinvllle, Plainview, Piasa, Alton, Bunker Hill, Dorchester, Woodburn, Medora, Jcrscyvillc and St. Clair, Mich. Club Entertained SHIPMAN— The Hillgrove Sewing Club met Thursday with Mrs, W. II. BruoKgeman. A potluck dinner was enjoyed a I noon and the afternoon was spent in sewing carpet rags. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jay Alward. Those present were: Mrs. Don Cravens and Tommy, Mrs. Chester Darr, Mrs. Dwight Darr, Mrs. Clarence Moore, Mrs. Walter Egllhoff, Mrs. Fred Howerton, Mrs. Jay Alward, Mrs. Sid Reno, Mrs. Fred Straube, and Misses Florence and Bertha Shultz. Home Unit Meets SHIPMAN -- The Plainview Home Bureau unit held a special meeting at the town hall Thursday. A potluck dinner wa« served to tho eight members present. Mrs. Frank McRevy gave t he lesson. Mrs. Clara Cavcny gave a demonstration on making lamp shades. The next meeting will be May 13 at the home of Mrs. Frank MeRevey. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Jerry Halllday, 30-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Marshal Halliday, is ill. Mrs. Lydia Eddinglon returned trom the Carlinvillc Hospital Thursday. Her sister, Mrs. Jennie Fritz of Springfield, is helping caro for her. 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Come in today for the most thrilling drive you ever had ,,. in America'! moat beautiful performer! REXROAT MOTORS, INC. fait ALTON, ILL. STUART MOTOR CO. 316 Cost Ferguson Ave. WOO'D RIVER, ILL. Crochet Magic! STRAW- K. DAVID SNVDKR, senior student at St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing nnd president of the Student Nurso Association of Illinois, delivered the address of welcome at the 1954 convention of the National Student Nurse Association. Crochet fashion's rn-cttiost ac essories—flower gems! Match- ng necklaces, earrings, pins arc un to crochet—sure hits for gifts nd bazaars. Easy! Pattern 576: crochet carnation, orchid, daisy, jcsvolry. Stiffen with colorless nail polish. Send 25 cent* In coins for till* mtlcrn—Add live, cent* (or ench mttnrn for first-claim mailing, lend to Alton Telegraph, (HI, Neodlecrnft Dcpt., P. O. Box 101, Old ClinlHCM Station, New York II, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Vutnber, your Name, and Address. Don't miss our Laura Wheeler 954 Nccdlccraft Catalog! 79 embroidery, crochet, color-trans- "cr and embroidery patterns to send for—plus 4 complete pat- erns printed in book. Send 20 cents for your copy! Ideas for gifts, 'bazaar sellers, fashions, Greenfield Plan Flower Kxclmngn GREENFIELD — Mrs. James ? ord and her sister, Mr?. Ted ^lexroad, will be hostesses at a uncheon meeting of the Burroughs Quilting Club at the home of Mrs. Ford Thursday. Each member is requested to bring a wrapped gift for an auc lion and also flowers or plants tor the annual plnnt exchange. F('llowshl|> MectliiK, Supper GREENFIELD — Plans have been completed for the fumily fellowship meeting and potluck supper at. tho Presbyterian Church Ht G:30 p.m. Wednesday n Iho basement social rooms, which have recently been remodeled. The Rev, S. Watson Thornton is pastor of Die church. AU«ml Meeting GREENFIELD - Mrs. Earl Converse, Mrs. Orville Griswold, VIrs. Maurice L. Mclvin, Mrs. Uissell Morrow, Mrs. Hilbert Becker and Miss Virginia Knis- ey were guests at the advance night observance of the Agnes Wickfield chapter Order of Easl- ern Star in Chesterfield Friday night. Mrs. Becker served as a guest officer. Mrs. Converse, worthy matron of the Greenfield chapter, has announced tho chapter will observe "friends night'" at the next meeting, May 18. Probe Destruction Of Draft Records PHILADELPHIA K> — The FBI ahd selective service officials joined local police today investl gating the destruction of records and correspondence of several draft boards In a South Philadel phia building. Police said vandals smashed fll ing cabinets, rifled desks and left papers strewn about the offices'in a raid early Sunday. BERRIES Rushed From Louisiana for Conning or Freezing This should be the best buy of tht s*oson th. HIGH QUALITY <>f thest btrritt. REV. OSCAR FINCH Is conducting a revival meeting at the Church of the Nazarenc at Roxana. The meeting opened April 21 and will continue until May 2. Simulated Atomic Bomb Hits Sacramento Sunday SACRAMENTO, Calif. JP - A simulated atomic bomb burst over the Capitol dome and supposedly demolished the heart of the city Sunday. By 4 p.m. tho "casualties" stood at 27,000 dead and 18,000 Injured, with another 68,000 homeless. Tho pretended attack was part of a Civil Defense Region 4 exercise to test communications and division field staffs. CHESTERFIELD — Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E, Phelps were visitor's Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs, O. J, Boer at Lebanon. Mrs. Ernest Wright and Mrs, Louis Hanks returned homo Saturday morning from a trip to olorado. Mrs. Phyllis Bcvers has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1311- liruck, after spending some lime In Germany where her husband, Paul Bevers, hag been stationed. 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