Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , APfttL », 1954 State Conclave For DeMolay •r Mothers Mav 11,12 at Jersey * ' » — The tilinoi* at ftSfnelfty Mothers will Its Stite convention hrre li fh* Masonic Temple on May 11 and 12. Mrs. Car! FJamm .of .Iwsry- irtDe, wf» has held state offir ex for 9* past six years will he flSHklted 18 State president of flfe Wuflcfllt 8 p. Ri. May li. The convention begins on May 11 with registration from 8:36 to 9:30 i. m. at the Masonic Temple, and will officially convent 81 10 ft. m. with the call to order by the convention chairman, Mrs. Howard K. Parker of JerseyvlDe. Invocation will be given by the hev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Oiurch. Robrrt Mowen master councilor of the Jersey- villa Chipier Order of DeMolays. will lead the pledge to the flag, and Mm. Stuart E. Vocorn of Jerseyvllte will sing "America tiie Beautiful" with Mrs. Aron Cope as accompanist. The welcome to the convention will be given by John S. Self, county judge of Jersey County and Mrs. Carl Flamm of Jerseyville, first vice president of the State, will give the response. To Introduce Slate Officers Mrs. Norman V. Brown of Jer- MRS. CARL PLAMM of Jerwyvlllc will to- In*! ailed M stale president of the DcMolay Mothers a< the state convention belli In Jcrspyvllle on Mny II, 12. She has hold other .Mute offices for <he jwM M.v years. seyvillf will Ihlrodiirp Ihr slnln officers and past stale presidents, following uhicli the huxi- nesK session will he held wilh Mrs. George Srhwnlb, stale pres- ident. of K<fa'*nf«vtn«. The mother*' prayer will he led hy Mr? .f. Ruwll Boll of Kane, »r tins; stale chaplain, and new (ifi-lrc will he presented ! .inrl aerepirrl. Knlln", inij the re- I port of rules and regulations committee, trVte \\ill he roll rail of stale < irrlet h\ (he *ee- retftry. Mr>. (iny .Svmmonds of .J»i kvonv ille. fomrnitlee.n Irn Ihe convention will he ftpiminlerl and the convention recess for lunch to he server) at the Methodist Chiin-h. The afternoon 'nil In order will he at 1 :.'!() o'clock. The memorial will he presented hy Ihe Mothers Circle of Jacksonville at that time. Mrs. T. A. Iloer- chler, stale parUmeniarian of Collinsv rile, v.ill r-ondiirt a question ho-<. and the mothers < iced will he recited and the convention reressf-'l. The convention lianqurl v, ill he held at the Melhodist Church at .•30 p. m. and in open to the ptihlic, masons and memhers of i Ihe Kaslern Star I»k;cs lining ' expecially tnviied. lle-ier*. nliom should he made niih Mrs. Kd Henderson <»f Jerseyville hy Mnj By Slndrnls DutiriK Ihe dinnei , ii)u«ic will he presented hy a Rroup ')f students from the vocal department of (he Jersey f Virnniimil.v Hiuh School, direcied hy Miss Lucille Jlendei-shol. Mrs. Paul Day, program chairman, \\ill prcscnl the proRinni, and Mrs. Howard K. Parker, chairman, uill Ki\e a rending. Mrs. Clarence A. Itrooks. pres- ! idem of fhP .|Pr«eyville Mother* 1 Circle jvj)) introdurp the «!»!/> officers. Tr>a«tma<-ter for t h e . projtrarn v .ill he Thomas \x>\ k. j past maMer muni iloi of the Jer- •«ey\ille fhaptrr of |)e\tolav« , who al«o hol'l* the riie\aher de- Rree. Group singing '.'.ill he led hy Mis. Austin ("ope. arrom- panied by Mrs. Sam Spicizr'rrian, , musicians for the cnnvention. The installation of officers will )>r held in (he Masonic Temple following the program. Officer* i in charge will he Mrs. Carl Arnold. Sr.. i rrslallini.' officer; • Mis. Clarence A. Jirook-s, marshal; Mrs. J. Hell, chaplain; Mrs. Spiegelman, pianist; and Mrs. William Austin Cope, soloist. Kseorts to the state officers «ill he mrrnhcis of the ,ler.seyville ]i^Molays. fIe.Uofa.VN <o Assist AmonK the DeMoUy hovs as- sistlnsr ui»h the ron\ rnflon plans will he Pvohert Mowen, master councilor; Ijcnan Jacoby, senior councilor; Paul Ixinc, junior councilor; and William C. Fuller, chaplain. j Following the installation the retiring stale president, Mrs. (leor(?e Schvvalb, will honor the new slate office* at a reception lo he Riven in the Farm Hureaii auditorium. The convention reconvene* at f):.'!(/ a. m. U'ednesdny morning in Ihe Masonic Hall. The session will o (/ c M Uilh (lie De.VJolay Mothers Prnyer. Annual reports of committees and circles uill he heard !ind Ihe invitation for Ihe liirili convention exlendfd. Following the final report of the biggest and best buy in 10 years Those newsmaking lightweight tweed and flannel suits made with Dacron You've read .bout them! You've heard about their wonderful couiforl and remarkable long wear! 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Stolen Cnr round In a call mnde through the stale police service Allon police department have been informed of the recovery of the automobile a coach -of William G. lloering. florist, stolen from in front of his business place at 106 Kast Broadway Sunday night. The car was snid to be in drive- able condition. HarcJinliiirraii To Sponsor 2 Home Er Clubs T\veritv -e'uht rnem- hej « of the lo«a! Horn" Kurean • unit and fr.e (tue\i«i niet at the ."•' hoo! rafeieria Tuesday evening. Four of the giic<.-te \ver-e frrirri the Mi < hae] unit and the fiflh guest u;, s M, S Anna Burke of California, \>ho N \isilint; relati\-es heie. Mr*. Pnnl Hanks. chairman ortthe tinit, presided at the meeting. Mrs. William RintjrMusen, Mrs. Alhert Rinshaii'-vn, and Mrs. 'ieorge Saces: were hostesses for the eveninsr. Mi. «. William Rirr[>- hausen gave Ihe major lesson. The main ^opic of discussion was t*»e formation of -1-JI cluhs which Ihe unit will sponsor. 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