Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
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MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN North % If on News Pfanre JMJ641 Special Booster* Meeting ( A special meeting of the Boosters Club has been railed for 7:30 p.m. today at the Shelter House. Summer activities of the club will be discussed and William Baldridge, president, invites all members to be present to help outline the program. Ball Team To Meet T1raf«da.y Candidates for the Kim Street softball team will meet Thursday between 6 and 6:30 p.m. at North Side Playground. The Church League begins play May 14. William Hine, manager. sticreeslix? that all those report- inc Thursday evening bring gloves and equipment of any kind. Bnrhrrshoppers Program Slay 8 Lynn Cooper and William Rogers, eochairmen of ticket snles for the Barbershoppers in Presbyterian Churches here are now supplied with tickets. The program will be May 8 at 8 p.m. at Alton High School auditorium. A portion of proceeds from all tickets sold by Cooper and Rogers will go to the Presbyterian churches. Bridal Shower Mrs. Bernard Reudin of 17th St., and Mrs. Van Booher of 20th St. were hostesses Saturday evening at Watertower clubroom at a shower for Miss Marie Heater of Main'St., who will he rome the bride of Wilbur Booher this summer. No dale for the wedding has been set. Booher, an employe of Reliance Whiting Co., served in the Army and Miss Main is employed at Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Three top prizewinners at games were Mrs. Lester Booher. Miss Clarabel Fines and Mrs Lulu Doty. The table was decorated with an umbrella from which streamers leading to figures of a bridal party, in colors of while, pink, blue, anc yellow were suspended. Favors were tiny baskets in spring colors. During the evening Mis? Heater opened her gifts. Re freshmen! s were served by Mrs. William Byrd, Mrs. Virgi Booher and Mrs. James Bruno Offer to Vacate An offer to vacate 10 fee west: of the first block of Ger son St., from Elm to Del mar by the Meyer estate will be brough before the City Council, Wednes day. Mrs. Wood Injures Toe An unopened can of beans sent Mrs. Lclia Wood, wife o Sam Wood of 3001 Alby St., to St Joseph's Hospital, Sunday after noon for X-ray. In the morning Mrs. Wood had taken her chil dren to Sunday school, and en route home slopped to purchasi groceries. When she got out o the automobile at home, she hat the groceries in one arm and the baby in the other. Moisture ' rom a milk carton softened the x>1tom of the sack. The can of eans plumeted straight down nto Mrs. Woods' left toe. and oday she was wearing a shiner" on her toe. Visit In Alton HAVE YOU TRIED THIS Dr, Edwards' Olive Tablets combln three of the most effective yet gen tie laxatives in one tiny tablet — pure-vegetable ingredients praise by highest medical authorities fo constipation. One of the laxatives 1 Olive Tablets activates the small In testtne. The other two. the larg Intestine. In this way. Olive Table clean out waste and gassy bloa from entire intestinal tract to he] you (eel JUST rural 15», 30», 60« Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ferguson nd daughter of Clinton. 111.. vcre guests Sunday in Alton vith Mr. and Mrs. William Rogrs of Gerson St. The Fergusons re former North Side residents. Attend Ofeenvllle Rally Two senior and two junior members of Elm Street Presby- erian Chruch Westminster Fel- owship attended a Youth Rally n Greenville, Sunday afternoon. They were Janice Riehey, Barbara Whetzel. Jo Ann Whetzel and Rex Cress. Accompanying hem was Maynard Lister, leader f the youth group in the church. North Alton Girl Honored Miss Carol Ann Pierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pierson of 242 Minnie St., vas named vice president of Sec- ion 4, Future Homemakers of America of Illinois, at Cahokia ligh School, Saturday. She also will attend the regional conference at E. Lansing, Mich., in June. Other North Alton girls mak- ng the trip were Janice Riehey, Barbara Whetzel, Kay Hagen, Becky Boedeckcr, Darlcnc Bailey, Wilma Baldridge and Pat Cope. The rally consisted of a musical program, style show and speech, and was attended by 112 girls from Alton, five chan- ler mothers, of whom Mrs. Ellisworth Riehey and Mrs. James Pierson were two, and seven supervisors and teachers. Cancer Benefit Dance Mrs. Mabel Wendle of 2419 State SI., is making a special effort, to promote the success of a dance scheduled for May 6 at Sportsman's Club. A daughter of Mrs. Lalora McKinney, who has been in and out of hospitals several times, Mrs. Wendle has a personal interest in the dance, proceeds of which will go to the Cancer Fund. The dancp will begin at 9 and continue to 1, with music provided free by members of the musician's loal. Mrs. Wendle is a waitress at the club. Jliifus Easton Selling Conical Ten winners in a spelling contest held Friday afternoon at Rufus-Easton school have been named by the fourth and fifth grade teachers, Mrs. Elizabeth Main and Mrs. Reva Chester. In the fourth grade the contest was conducted orally. The fire top winners were Sharon Johnson, Alice Horn, Winifred Delano, Meilinda Seymor and Susan Sheldon. In the fifth grade, in which a written contest was conducted, winners were Robert Goulding, Billie Richardson, Sally Braun, Sandra Shaw and Dickie Thorn- Koxamt Grade Band First At Gillespie Meet ROXANA—The Roxana Grade School band, directed by LeRoy Dalhmis. was awarded first place in the contest Saturday evcninp at Gillespie. The Rroup will compete in another contest May 8 at Herrin and the 41 soloists who won first earlier this month will appear in the same contest May 7. Women's Guild to Meet ROXANA -S. W. Frcy, assistant superintendent of Roxana Community Unit 1 schools, will speak at the 7:30 p.m. meeting of the Roxana Woman's Club Tuesday evening in the council room of the Community building. His subject will be "Schools of Yesterday and Today." The program committee is Mrs. George Gilleland, Mrs. Jack Buchanan and Mrs. Gilbert Wade Hostesses are Mrs. Joseph Lowe, Mrs. Harry Jones and Mrs. Charles Radmacher. Entertain* Club ROXANA — Mrs. George Sample of Central Ave., entertained members of her bridge Club Friday evening a I her home. were won by Mrs. Marvin Kesslcr, Mrs. Harry J. Lcarny and Mrs. Maurice Hubbs. Others attending were: Mrs. Gilbert Jones, Mrs. Jim Thompson, Mrs. Marvin Wilson and Mrs. Waller Kress. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Baptist Youth Receive Award In Waukegan Cherry Street Baptist Church's Youth Fellowship won a statewide Five-Star Fellowship Attainment Award for scoring highest on its year's performance during the Illinois Baptist Youth Congress at Waukegan April 23-25. Prescntalion of I he award was made to Bernie Malson, president of the Cherry St. Fellowship. The points were based on the sustained program and activities of the association during the past church year. More than 1,000 youths attended the congress, representing churches over the whole state. Representing Cherry Street Church were Bernie Malson, Jack Colman, Howard Czerny, Larry Frohock, Tommie Jones, Ann Beard and Earline Linville. Sponsors accompanying the group were Krs. Lyn Beiser and Mrs. Lenus Kaus. GREETINGS FOR DUKER — Guy Dtitor, former Alton public school music consultant, who celebrated a homecoming when the University of Illinois Band played here Sunday (he's assistant to the director now) meets a former lllini bands* man, Earl Schacfcr, and his family in the lobby at West Junior High School. With Mr, and Mrs. Schaefer are their sons, Fred (left) and Bob. A daughter, Carol, one of Duker's former Alton High Band musicians, is at Illinois now. Rehearsals Today Wood River High Band Will Present Concert Thursday WOOD RIVER-Final rehears- et; "Waltz" Chopin; nnd "Light- als got under way today for the spring concert of the Community High School Band to he presented Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the school auditorium. The concert, under direction of C. L. Hughes, will be the final offering of the season by the school band. There will be no admission charge, and the public is invited to attend. The band will leave on a concert tour of southeast Missouri May 7-f). Guest soloist of the concert will be Earl Bates, principal clarinetist of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. His selection will include "Auclaire DC La Lunc," Jean Jean; "Chant Slave," Bar- ning Fingers.' Fillmore. Works by the band will Include traditional pieces of Rimsky- Korsikoff and Tchaikowsky, and the mortcrn pieces of Signorelli, Gucntzcl and Miklos Rosza. The stage setting will bo under direction of Miss Jean Lung, art director at the high school. t'nr Reported Stolen Theft, of a 2-door sedan used by his floral business at. 106 E Broadway WHS reiiortert to th police fit n a.m. lodny liy Wii liam G. lloering. He snid th roach had been left parked 01 Broadway near the store Sun day evening, and on his nrrlva nt the slore today the car wa gone. 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Presence of the dog with the broken leg was helping 3-year-1 old Darlene Mario Schwegel today to forget an incident of Sunday evening In which she swallowed a hair-clip and had to be rushed to a hospital for attention by a doctor an'd for an X-1 ray examination. A six-member team of Ptesa Junior Rifle Club Saturday competed in sectional shooting matches in the Engineering building on Washington University campus, St. Louis. Though the team placed sixth among 11 teams and 64 competitors from the area, one of its members, Miss Vivian Vanaus- doll, 426 Jefferson Avo., took first place in the individual girls' competition. Also, John Dickmann, 1041 College Ave., placed second high in the boys' Individ* ual shoot. Ather members of the Piasa team are Curtis Herrick, Robert llerrlck, Mel Giherson Henry Rodgers. and Telegraph Want. Ads "Click" Begin City Audit Auditors of the C. J. Schlosser | firm today began tho annual audit of the hooks of account of I the city. 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