Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
Page 22
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1954 Books ond Crook* Senior Class of St, John's, Carrolltoiu To Stage Comedy CAftftOLLTON — Books and Crooks, a three-act farce comedy, win be presented hy seniors of St. JotiYVs ttiRh Scl-ool Sim- day, May 2 at 8 p.m. in the CarfOffldH Community Unit Hiph School fyrfinasttim. Tr» play deals with the p\-mis which take place when a bank! CWKSTKRFIKLD Mrs. K. fe. robber locks up the high srhool I \VHchf assislod hy Mrs. Rolling princllJal *fid Ihen impersonates j Keelr and Mrs. W. A. Knoop '* him. Using some of his own "ill entertain members of the Women's Club Wednesday after- Club Women To Mrpt Wvdnesdny At Factory Slated For Mt Olive Construction will start immediately upon A nw builriinc nl Mt. Olive to be used by Ihc Philip Hano Co., Inc.. of llolyoke. Siass., as its midwcslrrn br;mrh factory and distrihuiing point, arrording to an announcement by J. E. Wen/el, attorney, and chairman r-f the Mt. Olive ])r- velopment Association. The new building will be rrertrd °ri a ten-acre tract In ; tlic southwest section of Mt. ! Olive, along old Route 66, and will br served by a spur of the Wahash lailroffd. according to Wen/el. The first section to be (ftnstiwlrd will br* approximately Hl.fKK) «qurire feet and uill be hiiilt hy Philip Wirth & Son'= r-nrtraftrirs of Gillespte. Ftriy llochn is thp architect. The Hnno company manufactures autographir >pfitsters, business forms, and sysiems. l-'Mablished in 1888. by Ihe fa- Ihcr of the present management, the company is one of the old- fWram Slat^l Tm»sHayj" arfl 8nrt . f .. _ Mrc p t _ f J . j bf presented st the show. Mrs. At Fosterbtirg School James Stanford will present the COTTAGK THLLS The Mo- Club will present a pro gram at ihf> Fosierburg Srhool Tuesday at 8 p.m. Skit* to b* prrspntPd are: "Tho Old Fashioned Way." "Tho firfonrr f trass." and "Tho Gos- i sip Club." A minstrnl art by Floyd May- f-st in the forms maniifai-turing fifld and sprcialiZPs in thp «ale of busings systpms through lora! Mationrrs and printers. pantomim* "And What It Was, Wa* Football." The entertainers will be arrompanied by Mrs. Oscar Wesley, president of the Mother's Club. I'ntty Federated Unity Club will meet Wednesday, 2 p. m. with Mrs. I^-ota Pitts, 509 Mitchell St. "Members oMhe British Grenadier Guards must be at least six fr-et. two inches In height. wffli CARLJNVIf,LE—Sheriff Elmer Jones, Maeottpin County civil defense director, accompanied by County Superintendent of Schools Charles McGce. County Clerk Denby R. Boring, Assistant County Civil Defense Direr- tor Albert Fuiten of Virden. and M. D. Clinton, superintendent of (he Virden Srnool District, went to Springfield Friday to consult with the office of Vernon L. Nickell, state superintendent of public instruction in regard to purchasing supplies and equipment to be used by Macoupin County and in the various townships for civil defense. Skatrnf tarty HARTFORD.—A group of teen- 2 Minor Fire Reported Over Weekend Two minor fire alarms com- agers from the Methodist church i prised the total wekeend calls, and three chaperones went on a At 11:30 p.m. Saturday No 3 . «n<r n<» comoanv responded to skating party to the roller rink in Granite City Friday evening. Upon returning to the church refreshment* were served. Those who attended were: Earlene Eihausen, Barbara-Meredith. Sue Guntrom, Shirley Wade, Sherry Brigman, Ann Miller. Betty Seehausen, Betty N°ely, Eugene Moore, Dennis Kirkonis, Denny engine company responded a crass blaze at Delmar Ave. and Alby St. At 10:20 p.m. Sunday. No. 1 investigated a reported rubbish fire at the rear of the Keystone Hotel on E. Broadway. Neither fire caused damage. Chief Lewis reported. Cockrel, Wtllord Chapman, Howard Miller and Frank Zagar Jr. startflrtg Ideas on how a school should be run. The fftembers of the cast nre Rirha'rti Hftftsen. Mary Catherine KuhnHne, Bernard Kania, Bernard Sethaler. Kathleen Meyer, Petef Stelnacher. Kdwnrd Rlva, Clara Carmody. Mary Margaret Costeild and Robert Schmidt. The stane managers are Michael Carmody and Clarence MeGuirc. MVF «o Meet CARROLLTON-Miss Shirley Rae Roll is the program leader for the meeting of the MYF to he held Thursday at 4 p.m. in the Methodist Church. Refreshments will he served by a eom- mitiee of which Howard Shaw is chairman. Bible Class to Meet The Rev. Elmer Set(er1und will conduct the Woman's Bible Class sponsored by the Woman's Organization of the Presbyier- •lan Church Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the manse. Oulld to Meet Friday . Guild vll of the Woman's Or- jjanizatlSn of the Presbyterian Church will meet Friday at 2:30 j>.rr>. at the, home of Mrs. A. K Baldwin. Mrs. Everett Mehl if program leader for the after noon. To Show IMetiiiTS from .Tapnn Homer Sheets of this city wil show Colored pictures of scene! in Japan taken by his son S/Sfit Nelson Sheets at a dinner meet Ing of Uie Circle of the WSCS o the Methodist Church' and thci families" to be' 'held Tuesday April;.27 at 6:30 p.m. in th cburdh dining room. IOOF-Rebeknh MoMlnn CARROLLTON - The. rcgula meeting of- the Greene .Countj Association of IOOF nnd Re bekahs will be held Thursday April 29 at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall. PKO To Meet , CARROLLTON — Mrs. J o Davidson will road a reciprocity paper at the rneeling of Oiaplc DK of the PEO to be hcli Wednesday evening at the horn of Mrs. Jack McDonald. T h meeting had previously been •scheduled at the home of Mrs William Pinkerlon but changec as Mrs. Pinkerton is visiting i the east. Carrolllon IVoten CARROLLTON—Manning Wet zel, the owner and manager of a sheet metal shop here entered ' Barnes Hospital ih St. Louis Fri day for examination and treat ment. Mrs. John Olbcrt of Wood Riv er and her house guests, Mrs Elmo Stinglcy and children < Camp Pendlcton, Calif, w e r guests Saturday at the home i Miss Gussie Ciller and Mr. an Mrs. Richard Ciller. Mr. and Mrs. William Bridge noon. Mrs. Howard Leach, Mrs. :obert Fensterman and Mrs. Inward Talking! on will have 4arge of the program for the fternoon. A report of the district meet- rg at Taylorville will be given y the delegates. Mrs. Louis lathis is president of the local lub. Class Entertained CHESTERFIELD-Mrs. Kenth McAfee assisted hy Mrs. 'heodore Duckels entertained he following members of the 5ornns Society Thursday evening at. her home: Mrs. Robert 'ensterman, Mrs. Frank Sawell, Mrs. Claude Brannn, Mrs. Vayne Mefford. Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. Emma Dnms, Mrs. larry Davis, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. I^oi-ena Hounsley, Miss Flulh Sawlell, Miss Eli/abeth iVadc, and Mrs. Olive Wheelrr. The following guests were also present: Miss Helen Davis, Miss Thelma and Faye Duckels nnd Miss Clara McAfee. Mrs. Duckels was In charge of Ihe devotioniil service. Colored slides were shown members and guests of the trip to Hawaii by Mrs. Lorona, Hounsley. Mny hostesses will be Mrs. J. S. Hounslcy, Mrs. Harry Davis and Mrs. Wayne Mefford. List Home Bureau Slate atCarrollton CARROLLTON—The members of the Carrolllon Night Home Kurenu unit, will meet Tuesday overling at the home of Mrs. Harry Andersen wllh Mrs. Richard Hamnnn ns asslsling hosloss. The major lesson will he given by Mrs. Don Allen on the lopic, "What Do We Know About Laws Affecting Our Schools"; T h e minor lesson will concern Program Planning. The same lessons will be given this week by locnl leaders nl the meeting of Roodhouse II unit Tuesday afternoon at Ihe home of Mrs. Eugene Klrgan and Roodhouse I Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs, Edward Akers. Mrs.- James Ford and Mrs. Curtis Twilchel! of Greenfield will conduct, a training school in clothing for 4-H Club leaders Tuesday in the Farm Bureau hall beginning a t 10 a.m. and closing at S p.m. About two million school-ago children in the United Stntcs have impaired. he-Bring. water ,lr. and daughter, Patty, spent Saturday and Sunday in Chicago visiting relatives. UNCLE DICK SLACK SPECIAL B-I-G SPRING SAVINGS! TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON THE PURCHASE OF THIS NEW PHILCO BIG 11 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR WITH ACROSS THE TOP FREEZER SPECIAL ODD CHESTS Transparent Crispers Giant Size Meat Holder Handy Chiller! Drawer Interior Finished in Beautiful Blue Pastel Shade From Fine Bedroom Suites! 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