Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 28, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Gibbons, Heam To Head Parties In Jersey County JERSETVILLE — County Central Committees held their organization meeting here Monday evening. Attorney John F. Cibbons was elected chaifman of the Republican committee and Russel Roach \vas elected secretary-treasurer, the two latter offices being combined. t>elegates to the district convention were named and are as follows: Clayton Ford of Elsah; Louis Killion of Mississippi township: Attorney John F. Gibbons flnd Mrs. Marie Keehner. The Wternates are Lymnn Flem- let Dr, Edwards'Relieve m$lWM$ OHtSNMMHt Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the rnild pure-ueoetoblc laxative of Dr. K M. Edwards, a noted Ohio phjrsl- ctan. Olive Tablet* activate BOTH upper and lower bowels and gently yet thoroughly clean out waste and gassy bloat from your entire Intestinal tract. Olive Tablets give more natural-like movements, too No purging! No griping I They're completely satisfactory. ing. Mrs. Howard K. Parker, Samuel Edwards and Mrs. Leth* Fparno. The Democrats during their meeting elected Robert Hoarn of this city as chairman; David Wallace of Grafton was named secretary, and Gyde Cope of Otter Creek township was elected treasurer. Delegates to the dislrict convention arp William Wntts, Uoh- ert Hrarn. Erm-st Pohlman, .John J. McGuire Jr.. and Fren Kan- allflkan. The Drmor-ratic Central Com- niilioe is now composed of the following niPmbprs Plfrfrrl al n recent tounly primary: First Jersey, Robert Hearn; Sproml .ler- spy, William Walls; Thirrl Jersey, Hugh Roberts; Fourth Jersey John J, McCrUire Jr.; Klsah, John E. Reynolds.; English, Ernest Pohlman; Fiedelily, Eldon Mor>re; Mississippi, Joseph N. Stamper Jr.; Otter Creek, Clyde Copp., Marion I,nul»- schrr; Quarry, David Wolliice; Ric'hwfxxls, Vernon P. Kaxl: Rosedale. Fred Kimallakan find WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 Kane Woman'§ Club Offtrr>r« KANE — Olftrrr> of Woman's Club inst.illpd Monday nighf at the home of Mrs. Marcus Ryan werr Mrr* Wayne Wheeler, president; Mrs. Delhert Allen, vice president: Mrs. Hurley Hanks, secretary, and Mrs Ivan Shackelford. treasurer. Hostesses i.'/piP: Mrs. Ryan. Mrs. darsel Reynolds, Mrs. Kenneth Darr. Mrs. A. A. Abbott and Miss I/wise Cory, Jim Morris of Jerspyvl'le showed pirturrs IskPn in Germany. Parent* of Son CARUNVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thaxton of Brighton are parents of a son born Sunday at Carlinvillp Area Hospital. The molher is the former Miss Helen Vander^riff. OraniHnn Born MEHORA — Mr. and Mrs. Don P.h-e reeeivpfl word of Hie Imth of ;i t'r.-imlson, horn Sund;iy ;if(er- M'Kin In Mr. and Mrs. Tlvimas R. f!iu' H! KiiiRsport. Tenn. The enuple have one oilier son, Tommy H. Jr. Maroupin Party Chiefs Elected CARLI.N'Vn.LE -- Carlinvillo Republican and Demorratir com- mirfeprnrn of ^far•oupln County mot In spparatp srssiom Monday niRhf in Cflrlinvillr> to organize. Thr> Hopiihlirans assrmhtH in : thP r-oiirfhoiis*. and the Drmn- j i-rals in St. Mary's hall. K. M. SliihhlefiHrl of Brighton was rr-H»vM thairmsn of the Rrpiihliran committee anrl Edgar Furss of Gillrspjp was rlect- pd rhairman of lhr> Democratic com mi it PP. Othfr of/icprs were re-elected hy thf Rrpublirans as follows: Willmrn Whfffield, Runker Hill, vion r-hairman; Armin Kunt, <"m linvillp, srrrptflry, and Wll- linrn Sandors Virrlrn. Irpasui'Pr. Thr ivmorrats r|pr|pd John finrliolino, H^nld. vir-p rhairman, Mikp Tomso Ml. Olivp. <P<TP- lary, anrl JOP Ri/xip, 5ilaunton, li rasurcr Scout Junior Leaders' Course « training troop of 75 to 100 A permanent children's thfc- ncou'fs »nd explorers. REAtf TKI.eGRAPH WANT AM ater has been established In Lubeek, West Germany. Th« forelegs tnd hindlegs of the giraffe are all the same length. St. Luke painted the first Mi- donna picture, according to legend. 10 DIAMOND WEDDING f>AIR Always Easy Credit £;f Every Diamond Carries Our Famous!*! Bonded Notary Written Guarantee andJBi Insurance. 'Al Save ct 212 W. 3rd St. — Downtown Alton. Ruyle, flnrencp K. Brown. The Republican Onlrnl Com- iniltee members are: First Jersey, Jolm F. Gibbons, Second Jersey, Raymond (TimI Dugan; Thin I Jersey, RIISSP! Roach; Fourth Jcispy, Homer Sludebuk- er; flnylon I). Fold, F.lsiih; Hernard Heil/iR.; I.yinnn Fleming, Fidel'.ly; Louis Kllllon. Mississippi; Clarence Wahle, Otter Creek; George Kruse, Piasa; Samuel Edwards, Quarry; Harry Uelp, Rich\wxxls; Frank Groppel, Rosedale, and Howard Carrol, Ruyle. ays Off Nl'AVTON. N. C. /p.-A blind hpfrenr. who since 1946 has con- sisionlly tnrnpd down wplfnre dc- pHrlmpnf hplp, has told authorities Ihp $4,000 nrmual incomp from bpRRinc was morn than he could draw Ihmujjh any of (he aid progrnms. II. T. I, 1 . Organized MKIK)RA~A H. T. (I. K rmip was formi-d at HIP Riiplist Church Stnidiiy cvpuiiiK. Officers clpclcd firp; Kospmary f'j'ickpr, pro.sidpnl ; Jimmy Klrchncr, vice presidenl: Dorind SarRinson, f>pcrc(nry-trpas- urcr; David Frickcr and Eldun Kircluipr Rnnip captains, PWf^^'^^^TS^Y 1 '^ 1 ^ m/J^L- "vr ,*i'w*"*' f '*'" . SM OlANT niMPt I ATGMNOCOUICEDAM ;•' Will DtllVtft EACH DAY ' MOW TJWK TWICI THE * Day .Sf.«,«ion af Levis Cam BIG <"IX.r ftiRW <f v** "r '.,/>/ 'r _.*" ""• »«»<"«"•* *, K'Am hJ-' ** ^^ r »»«* o «i'»M».ii»*N8ii«, ?•• /» u /W,Ari >/ *, , t oet»oiT,SANr«»io«:o ^ ttilll^ad&irJSj ' ' ANDSfA1TlfepMflM«0.' & ALTON WATER COMPANY t Tom Hunt ,/r.. of Alton, has appointed course scoutmaster of a junior leaders' confer- enr-e sponsored by t he Piasa Bird C o u n r: i |. FJoy Scout* of America. The leadership training committee of the council announces the dates of the conference will be April 30, May 1 and 2 at Camp Warren-Levis. The conference staff will Include Emory Reck and Dave Sehaeffer of Post 57. Alton. These Explorers attended a national junior leader training school at Schiff Reservation. Mr-ndham, N. J., anrl have been helping Hunt set up the program ol HIP conference. F.ddie Rean. Post 7, Alton, and Myron Kal/i of Post fi. Ilenld, uill serve as inslruclois ant 1 discussion leaders. One of Ihe highlights of Ihe conference will he a camping dcmon.slralion by Byron Towse ; of nrighton Towse, will show | Ihe junior leaders various earning items and techniques and then the young men will camp out .Saturday night. Marion Mi-Adams of Troop 31. Alton will serve as senior pa- liol lender. The pninram of (he training foii/ecence will be based on a .scrips of six filmstrips designed lor junior leader training and Ihe new handbook for patrol leaders. Every Boy Scout troop in the Piasa Bird Council has received an invitation to send ils senior patrol leader, patrol leaders, and assistant patrol leaders to the conference. Scoutmaster Hunt is anticipat- Downtown Value Days THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY APR. 29-30-MAY 1 u» Rtplaetablc Throw-Away Bac! 12 ONLY ON SALE REGULAR S89.95 G. E. SWIVEL-TOP CLEANER WC MADE ANOTHER LUCKY PURCHASE. COME EARLY. REMEMBER, ONLY 12 IN STOCK 95 ITS HERE! 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