Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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THUftS&AY, APRIL 29,1954 Hnrilifi Mr. and Mrs. 3. 3. Foley Jr., of Jerseyviffe were visitors in Hardin Weaftesflay. Ten fi*w fffetftbers wfer* added to the Presbyterian chtrch Sort- day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wtenefce of Golden E«gle *ei% fn Manfin Wednesday. Thr Rev. Lyle D. Stone attended the spring meeting of the Alton Presbytery at Sparta Tuesday. May 2 ALHON ^EVENING TELEGRAPH Sportsmen's Club Schedules Clean Up Day for New Tract "Clean-up day" will be held on its n*» property, May 2, by Alton-Wood River sportsmen's Club. The Club has taken posssession of a large tract of land in Cal- town County, near Pleasant HID. in order to better serve the outdoor recreational requirements ot Its membership, officers announced today. This property is located in the Sny Island Levee and Drainage District, adjacent to the Mis- ROBERTS SMOOTH EDGE Installation for Weekend Shoppers %\ ^ &$ X^ Last Two Days of Downtown Days! Our Favorite Nationally Known RAYON SUITS 22.95 Values White Orion and Wool KNIT 29.95 Values Selected from Stock... New p J4.9S (o 45.00 Values ?*' , •• Sensational Values in These PRICE Original 39.95 Values Exciting Group of Fashionable Valuta to 69,95 , Special Ppwnlown VaJu*i la Maternity Dresses * 10.95 f» ?0Jvti tf» *I1.M River near Lock »nd Dam No. 24. It contains approximately 711 acres, of which 150 fferes ar* devoted to agriculture. The remaining acreage is an intermixture of forests, marsh and towland brush, a 'combination which produces an excellent habitat for several species of upland game. According to an official state ment of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the area Is I ideal for waterfowl, being used 1 annually by many Oiousands of ducks, during both the spring and fall migrations, a feature hunter and af the same time present an opportunity to cultivate sound practice ot conservation. The new land, however is to be developed as a multiple purpose project and Is intended to provide facilities for all forms of outdoor recreation, such as fishing, huntinp, camping and picnicing. The Sportsmen's Club receives a nominal income from annual dues paid by its almost 2,000 members and the successs of its ventures is attributable to the willingness of the membership to donate their services in wfork programs when needed. The officers and directors have declared that such a need now exists and have designated, Sim- day May 2, as "Clean-up Day", All members and their families are asked to participate in the work and at the same time become acquainted with the club's new property. The grounds are located about three miles went of Pleasant Hill. Directional signs will be placed along the route leading out of this city. Lunch will be served by the club committee in charge. Members planning to attend are asked to phone one of the 'committee members listed in the ad appearing elsewhere in this isssue of the Telegraph, so that provision can be made for securing an ample supply of food and refreshments. Committee members are: Fred Vancil, president, John Clifford, Charles Gillham, Jess Gloss, Reggie Gwillam. Leo Pohlman and William Staten. LindleyToTake Over Post Office AtGodfreyFriday Samuel Lindley will be installed as acting postmaster at Godfrey at the close of business in the post office Friday, the Telegraph was informed by Senator Everett Dirksen today. Lindley, a long-time agricultural and civic leader of God frey township, was overwhelm ingly elected precinct committee man for the Republican party in Godfrey township at the April primary. ' He said he was not informed as to the operational setup of the I post office which he would take I over yet, but expected to be j Friday or Saturday when post office inspectors came to check him into his new position. He was notified Tuesday by Senator'Dirksen to be ready to take over the place. * Lindley will replace Mrs. Blagche Nelder who announced her retirement oh March 27. Mrs. Nelder began work as a clerk in the postoffice 18 years ago. After eight years she was appointed postmistress and has served in that capacity since. Plan Social At Summer field Grade School GODFREY — A "social will be held at the Summerfield School on Saturday evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. A musical program will be presented by the pupils of the school under the direction of Mrs. R. E. Duffey. The social is being sponsored by the Parent Teacher Association of Summerfield School and the public is invited to attend. A cake and pie auction will be held at the close of the program to raise funds for the PTA. A cake walk has also been planned for the evening and refreshments of ice ceam, hot dogs and spda will be sold. Rebecca Society \o Meet GODFREY - The Rebecca Society of the Godfrey Congregational Church will meet on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the parish house. The meeting has been changed from the regular Wednesday date. Primary Checks Ready For Judges, Clerks Checks for judges and clerks of the April J3 primary are at the office of Supervisor Walter, at Broadway and Alby Sts. Persons who worked in the polls at the primary may call (here for their checks, Wajter annouonced. Mayor, Councilor Horn* Mayor Struif and City Counsellor O'Neill have returned from Chicago where they filed objections on behalf of the city to the proposed rate increase of Bell Telephone Co., .when a hearing was opened before Illi. nois C om mer ce Commission. Many cities over the state were represented at the hearing, Struif. Four-fifths ot Bolivia's 3.Q5f. 000 people live at altitudes 10,000 feet, PAGE FIFTIiEN Hospital Notes Memorial ftcrffraf Trf utmwit Keith Elliott, 2815 Brown. Mrs. Lfllle DeSherBa, Batchfowh Ruth Stewart. 612 E. 18th. fhomas Flanagan. East Alton. Fred King, 833 E. Seventh. ftnrgtctt tmrtmral Gary Davis, 3908 Hlflcrest. Mrs. Amma Read, Clifton Terrace. Arthur Srhoeffle. Kdward-tvllle. Fred Ruth. 413 Delmar. •Mrs. Helen Becker, 1008 McPherson. fllamlftsal* Noah Buttry, Wood River. John Dlppel, 3202 Henrietta. Mrs. Beverly Sfamm, Godfrey. Galen Scammahorn, Roxnna. Jack Hughey, 1923 Orchard. Robert Steinman. Edwardsville. John McFaul, 1330 State. Wilbur Pullen, Bunker Hilt. Mrs. Mildred Ringering, 2S06 Grandview. Mrs. Annie Hartman, Jerseyville. i. Joseph'* Medical Treatment Mrs. Agnes M. Thompson, 3529 Berkeley. John Slevers, Meppen. Miss Mamie Doyle, 623 Sixth. Miss Dorothy O'Neill, 2621 College. William Walter, 222 Maurice. Mrs. Lillian Long, Edwardsville. George Helffrlch, 238. Ladd. Frank Stewart. 120 E. 14th. Surgical Treatment Richard J. Maguire, 813 Logan. Mrs. Dixie Brlcker, Hlllsboro. Mrs. Jennje Leyser, 1907 Myrtle. Mrs. Lora'en Hagaman, E. Alton. Michael Chester, 326 E. 12th. Mrs. Mary Basden, 1311 Wlllard. Mrs. Mildred Roberts, Godfrey. Mrs. Anna Androff, Hartford. Miss Barbara Pulllam, lOfll',4 E. Broadway. Dfamtamla August Bonafede, 1131 E. Fifth. Mrs. Virginia DeBruce, 1818 Market. Mrs. Dorothy Draper, 1102 Ninth. Mrs. GloMa Fat-net! and infant daughter. Kdwardsville. Vincent Finder. Roxana. H. Donald Halford. 3009 Ethel. Lawrence Hutton, 905 Rixon. Charles Martin. 2110 State. Miss Mary Moore. 3611 Horn. David Nichols, Edwardsville, Evelyn Nieft and infant daughter. 550 High Point. Miss Patricia Norton, 424 Wood River, East Alton. 'August Oberlander, Brighton. Mrs. Delores Parish and Infant daughter. 37 College Crest. Alfred Pulliam, 503H Belle. Joshua Sfotlt. 1838 Alhy. Emily Stropes, 3709 Horn. Mrs. Pauline Stublefleld, Brighton. Edward Wendle, 820 McKinley. Shirley Widger, 234 Delmar.' Mrs. Beautlne Seib and infant daughter, Grafton. Mrs. Norma Crotty and infant son, 914 Wlllard. Wood If I tv r Surglwil Treatment Mrs. Pauline Foster, 1S1 Madison Floyd Coleman, 203 W. Delmar. Barbara Nelson, Wood Rlvrr. Dennis Robbins, 176 Pehce, E.A. Unda Runnels. 452 George, E.A. Medical Treatment Mrs. Clara A. Lnne, Godfrey. Dismissal* Mrs. Alma Juhlin, 124 S. Ninth. Diana Harvey. Hartford, Mrs. Sophia Slinsky.-East Alton. Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips, 35 Main. Mrs. Eleanor Ollvn, 15 Main. William Ellis, 350 Jennings. Doga Have, l>ny LUMBERTON, N. C. fl> - Robcsort County officials are wondering whether the dog pup- ulaUon Is booming or If their masters are Just more concerned. More than 1,160 dogs were brought to a rabies clinic compared to 422 last year. Read Telegraph Want Ad« Dally! 50 Lovcjoy Fund Workers To Meet Fifty workers will meet June 1 in « clinic to obtain Information on the I^ovejoy Foundation's proposed telephone campaign for funds, it was announced today hy Mrs. Eliza Williams, publicity chairman for the Foundation. Plans for the clinic were made at a meeting of the solicitation committee headed hv the Rev. R. I.. I/KW Wednesday night. Speakers before the clinic will be the three trustees of the Love-joy grave, J. L. Cannon, James Bailey and Joseph A. Brewer. Meeting lastnighf were Cannon. Mrs. J .A. Brewer, Mrs. Damon Fair, Mrs. Earl McGill. J. B. Johnson, A. W. Daly, nnd the Rev. Paul S. Krebs. The Foundation is seeking to raise a fond to be Invested through We first NatWfml Bfcnft & Trust Co. w trustee, which will produce flteome ft> be appTi- ed toward! eoflege scholarships for deserving youtig people. Sotrth Africa'« dflfty Industry is starting "Eat More Btrttet" and "Eat More CheeSe" fcan> pafgn* fo take care of strrpftw stocks, Johannesburg reports. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK! NO COOKING! ; '- x we've the most exciting variety in c Cottons for now for later 8 95 »19 95 V. / 'A Our spring garden of fresh cottons is in full bloom! Come and stroll among our rows of delicate print dresses. You'll see your favorite. Pick a bouquet of these becoming fashions. They'll keep their beauty all summer long, Sizes for juniors, misses and half sizes. "MISS ALTON" PAGEANT MAY 5, J9§4 ALTON HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 p, m. Admissipn 50c f Sponsored ty Alton j. C- Fashions from Vogue lii'i

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