Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 12
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, APRIL 29, 1954 ALTOX EVENING TELEGRAPH Club Women Of Greenfield Elect PAGE THEKTEfiN StfittOfl Of p i v/I ftteiS WASHINGTON .*>-Gw. William set up Wednesday by governors of adopted ft resolution calling upon refineries, as a maiif fat-tor in with senators and House members , coal producing states. Congress members from their reducing demand for coal forcing from eoal producing states also Stratfon also was named to the states to hark legislation curbing the shutdown of many mines , invited to attend. i executive committee. imports of fuel oil that competes -phf governors authorized C.ov '— • ! Stratton \vas elected ^ conference will try to help ( with <•'«'• f me of Pennsylvania to c.ill the Only eaftiedral abbey In the „ ,. tt ; J"™ ^f^ry "f pull the coal industry out of its. They considered imports of re nrxt meeting. It was indicated this United States is Belmont Abbey. Mav Go To Work °* 1 ' non construction workers here. t _ ., She said she «ntf «t least five Ot MrikPr? other wives of workws may offer 4k m *• **-•!•• \f *11 1^ff***%tf**l < ft " i'«"' • '"• v if««i »iiiiii.--t i.» ^>v*» w> ii.- i 111> i v \»ii^11 IT i ru iiup\n i> IM j-^*- in \i i: Mfr. oyron Will nameu^a Pei-manent Fuels Conference": present slump. The gm-ernors also ; sidual oil. the waste product from would Head of Gnmti r held soon in \\ashmgton in North Carolm roi.fMBIA FAIJ.A. Mont. .T>Mrs. Ruth Woolsey has a plan ' fo work In The men are 1 the men. Idled by a car- plant. Other crafts art honoring fhe ones who lost fM pay eficclt," Slrt. Woolscy ««fd. SRe has asked wr*« of all Mle « f ** at "* Anacnndai workers to attemf * luting Stftw- I which she. hoprs will end the strike Aluminum Co 1 * aUnflThm-donar' day. GREENfTELD - Mrs. Byron HiB Jr., fits been ejected pres- dlent ol Us* Woman'* Club. -iWWf Officers of the club, who were re-elected are: Mrs. Henry Longmeyef, vice president and Miss Mildred Cook, treasurer, j Mrs. J*ae Powell was elected secretary tnd Mrs. Carl Nell, publicity chairman. the 1953-54 series of meetings of the Greenfield club will close with ft luncheon May 12 in the social rooms W the Legion Home. Mrs. Richard Cole is hostess chairman and Mrs. R. B. Ellis, chairman of the art department, has arranged the program. Mr*. Hill will attend the meeting of the State Federation of Woman's Clubs in Chicago next week. Attend OfcS Meeting GREENFIELD - Mrs. Orville Griswold, Mrs. Willard Hamilton. Mrs. Hilbert Becker and Mrs. Earl Converse served as guest officers at the "friends night" observance of the Guiding Star chapter Order of Easier Siar in White Hall Tuesday night. Other members of the local chapter who attended the meeting were Mrs. Donald Andrews, Mrs. Ellis Walkington, Mrs. Russell Morrow, Mrs. Ralpij Haven, and Miss Virginia Knislcy. Elect Officer* GREENFIELD — Mrs. Howard Cannedv has been elected president of the Missionary Society, of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Paul Kinser is vice president and Mrs, Cecile Fitxjarrell, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Cannedy, Mrs. Willard Pcmbrook, the retiring president, Mrs. Kinser and Miss Norah Drake attended the district spring rally of the West Central Baptist Asssociation in Waverly • Tuesday. On Fishing; Trip GREENFIELD — G. W. Haven, Edwin Hebner, Ralph Hunt, and Lewis Hall left Wednesday for Bull Shoals, Mountain Home, Ark., where they will spend the remainder of. the week. Change Time of Meeting GREENFIELD — The Rev. George F. McCowan, scoutmaster,. has announced the Boy Scouts will meet at 7:15 p. m. each Tuesday instead of 6:45, during the summer. Regular meetings are held in the social rooms of the Baptist Church. Road Knights Discuss Mufflers BETHALTO — A discussion on legal and iliegaLautompbile mufflers was conducted »t a meeting of the Road Knights Club at Civic Memorial High School Monday evening. Members were informed thai steel. ' packed and 'Hollywood' type mufflers were Illegal. Dual exhaust systems are permitted, the report said, as long as they are equipped with conventional mufflers. The Knights will check the exhaust systems of all members of the club to see that their cars comply with stale regulations. j In other action the Knights planned a safety check of all members cars, Ray B o y e r, Charles Lesssner and Carl Kunz volunteered 1o serve on a committee to work out details of the check. To rid the club of reckless drivers, the Road Knights will submit a complete list of license numbers to Sgt. -Robert Brown. of the Alton Police Department. The idea behind the move, club spokesmen said, is that any reckless driver who is seen in the greater Alton area can be immediately checked against the FIRST ATTENDING R«|ltt«r INTEREST CARRYING CHARGE FAMOUS NAME WATCHES AT SENSATIONAL LOW PRICES Evary Witch Fully Guaranteed 500 LADIES' AND GENTS' 17 JEWil WATCHES Expansion land to Match Volues Up To SAVE 50% LADIES' AND GENTS' RINGS •irth*t0nM • Initials Diamond Onyx • Zircons Values to 125 88 Road Knights list. If the careless driver is a member of the club, disciplinary action will be j taken. The 16 members present accepted Henry Cairns as a new probationary member. Two j filnw, "The ABC's of Internal Combustions" and "Tomoi-ro\v's Drivers, Are today's News", svere.ihovvn at the meeting: The filwi were loaned by Rejlly Brother! Chevrolet of Alton. Packard Obtains . Uucontested Divorce LOS ANGELES ff — An uncontested divorce and a halt million dollar property settlement have been obtained by Fred M- Packaixl, Hollywood film producer, from Mrs. Shelagh Mary Packard, daughter at the British lilm executive, J. Arthur Hank. Pacfcjijd, 85, testified Wednesday that Us 91-year-old wife deserted him Oct. K), 1933, by refusing to return from a visit to England. They were married in 1945 when Packard was a U. S. Army lieutenant stationed in London. Under a previous agreement, Packard said their children, Susan Mary, 7, and *Ved Arthur, 6. will remain with Mrs. Packard in London for 10 months each year, coming here,to be with their father each summer. In a property settlement approved by the court, Mrs. Packard waived her Merest in community property worth about half • million, including two residences iq North Hollywood and $315,000 worth of screenplays and color movie*. 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