Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 34
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
Page 34
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1954 I SINGER'S SPRING f*/y* selection! SINGER SEWING CENTER Mt.BTAM ST. IMIONK 3-nsiS Don Mar shall Honored Jersey Youth Is Moderator Of Presbytery Fellowship Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Telegraph Want" Ads ""Click""' .TF.RSKYVflJ.r-: - twin Mar-: shall of .lerse\villf -»on of Mis Helen Marshall uas elected moderator of the Alton Prf".|>ylri V Senior VVeslminvtr.|- f*p|lmv-hip at t'.K^anmml elor-tion held Sunday in connection with tin- spring Rally of the Junior aim Senior, Westminster I-'ellov ship of thr I Alton Prcstnfpiy al tlic f'rcs-i I'.yterian fliuiih in (irct-nvillc. Marshal), v.ho i-; » trmor at ' the Jersey Oinmuniiy High ; School, has served as moderator of the JersPV\ille Krllov. slup and was moderator for the Senior , Wrslmirisn-r Fellowship Confer- ente held at McKcndrce College In Lebanon. IMS! siiinmer. As Presbytery Modprator he will ;il- i tend Ihe State Youth Synod nt i Illinois College in Jacksonville rind Ihe Conference nt Jilfif khurn College in Carlinville this summer. Attending Ihe rally from here werp: Diane Horlhou.s, Janet /{eddish, f.inda Pirlle, 'leorgin \fp Ringhauscn, I .ana RJI|- lard, Henry Kruse, Don Marshall, Sylvia Knisc, Cynlhia Mindnip, Mrs. l.yndnll Walkinglon, Mrs. Helen Marshall and HIP Rev. M. Edwards Breed. The vniini; people of Nameoki r;ave Urn opening dcvolions and Rev. (Jllbprl James of Ihe M.K. C'hurch of (ireenville was speaker for Ihe afternoon, Discussion groups writ- held followed by the business meeting and election of officers. The new officers wfie installed in Ihe evening and -voir-hip set vi'e was rond'lried by Ihr- flreenville \Veslminster Fellowship. The nic-eling < loserl v iih Communion TM ir" led by HIP Krv. Kobe-it rterger of the 'ireenville Prrslivtorian Church. Mr*. Sinclair TrnrMnR .IKRSKYVII.LK -Mrs. Harry Sim-lair is trvirhine Ihe sixth grade a! the Jerseyville Klemen- tary School She succeeds Oiner V. Rohinson who has been transferred to the Dow schorl to teach the upper grades there for the remainder ol Hie term. Methodist WSCS Meet at Jersey JKHSKYVIIJ.K -... The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met Monday evening at the church. The theme lor Ihe meeting was "Who Are Ihr C.ililly?" Mrs. Raymond (leister led tbe worship service and Ihe program was In charge nf J\f r s. Kdifh While. Hoslr-sses for the evening were Mrs. Olio Davrnporl, Minnie McFain. Hallie lilt, Mrs. Maude Itniige. Mrs. Carrie hantlon, Mrs. Ray Senrls Mrs. Verne Searls and Mrs. Harry Krausc. About 70.7 per cent of rural Norlh Carolina homes had electric lights In 1D. r )0. .F. Goodrich TRADE-IN You wouldn't try to ««t the lost jump from a parachute • Don't try to sqwooic the last mil* from your tir«»| Trod* now whll* you can g*t a high trade-in. 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LIST PRICE WITHOUT TRADE-IN $20.60 SALE PRICE 16»l 6.00-16 PtUS TAX AND YOU* RICAPPAIll TIM LIST PRICE WITHOUT TRADE-IN $22.60 SALE PRICE 18£ 6.70-15 nus TAX AND YOUR RICAPPAIll TIKI tow Prices on Defiance 6,00.16 12' 5 plw» la* end yevr r»toppebli li>* 1M5>lM in fit* ytwr tin. Fully Rock Bottom Prices! .Guaranteed RECAPS $!»• 6.00-16 1$ 795 jj Exchange SIM *.70.1J, $1.95 p fly f, r B. F. Goodrich TRUCK TIRES 6.00.16 6-Ply Plvi To* No traaVfn r«quir«d Uw prices other tUtf RFGoodrkh JL' •*•• _ * ^- u 11. *i T T t M I k S BF Goodrich 43840 EAST BROADWAY Jersey Grade PTA in Final Meet May 6 VtT.LK Ihr IKTS Assorialion of th<» .Ifr- F;if>mf-niary Srhirtl will hold its final mfrting for tbr srbnol ypar at S p. m. May 6 al lhn srhool. The n"w)y olrr Ir-rl offirfrs vfill br installed at this limp hy Mrs. l.rstrr Klopo of Bpthalto, Dis- Irirl Dirpr'tor. A rc-pott will hr given of Ihr ronvrntion of HIP Illinois Con- of Parents and Teachers being held in Springfield this \vfrk end. Those from here who plnn on sft<?nrlinir the Springfield cone-lave Friday are: Mrs. Allen Parsell, retiring presidrnl, Mrs. .?. Wilbur Campbell, incoming president. Mrs. Hubert Call, incoming vine president, Mrs. Alvin ISurwig, secretary, and Mrs. Hefty Fuller, committee chairman and member of the faculty. .Special music will be presented at Ihe local meeting by a grtip from the Alton Unit of Mothers Singers which is a part of a stale-wide <?roup also singing at Springfield. First grade mothers will be in charge of the social hour. A school of instruction for PTA ill he held here at 7 :.'!(! p. m. May M with Mrs. Klopc in charge ,ind Iho public is welcome lo attend. Kvery school in the county is urged to have delegates thorp whether they are af- filinled with PTA or not. The school is for Ihe purpose of instructing new PTA officers in their duties and to give general information regarding the program. The school is again reminding parents to register all first grade .students in order that plans for the fall term can be made. Registration may be made either in person or by calling the school office. Sunday " JKRSEYVILLK - Mr. and Mrs. John Bun-is and daughter, of Kast St. Louis visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. John Roady in Jerseyville and the latter accompanied to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Itoiser, near Jerseyville, for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Cleaver Strtink of Bunker Hill, III., were also recent guests al the home of Mrs. Roady who is their sister- in-law. AliiNonle Work May 1 .IKRSEYVILLE - C.corge IV hill, Worshipful Master, lias announced that there will be Third Degree work in Masonry conferred in the Masonic Temple here at 7:30 p. m. on May Jst. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. Visiting brethren are welcome. The third degree was conferred on Wayne Parish and Robert McKain here Tuesday evening. News of Area Men In Armed Forces JOHN 0. THJKS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oiville Thies, 2511 Donald St. has been appointed a midshipman in the U.S. Naval Reserve. He is ; a senior al Alton High and will receive his olficer's training at Northw e s l- v rrn University, "I Evanslon, this fall. Ho is also a member of the naval reserve tlolm Titles unit at Shurtleff College. His father is an officer in tho Naval Reserve and is past commanding officer of the local unit. 1'vt. Monroe Transferred Pvt. Paul J. Monroe, .19, was transferred a couple weeks ago to Co. B. 47lh A1B, C.C.B., 5th Armed Div., Camp Chaffco, according to word received by his molher, Mrs. Clarence Beneke j of Hartford. He entered service March 11, from Jersey County, where he had attended school. Before military service he was employed at Olin Industries. Pvt. Monroe has been a recent patient in Ihe base hospital. He will graduate June 15, from C.C.B. Summer Rouiul-Up Sel At Clifton Hill School GODFREY — The summer round-up for children who will attend school for the first time next year will be held at the Clifton H.-ll School on next Thursday. May 6, beginning at 1 p. m. Children who will be 5 before Dec, 1, may he registered for kindergarten and who will he S before Dec. 1, may be registered for the first grade. The opening ol a kindergarten room next fall will depend upon the registration of a sufficient numhei of children to warrent the hiring of an additional teach-1 i Birth certificates should be i brought to the round-up by the j mothers. A school nurse will be present at the round-up and she will be assisted by several moth', ers. Mrs. Charles Cox is the i summer round-up chairman for, Clifton Hill School. Medical examination blanks will be dis- ! | Iributed at this time. The 10th International Congress of Agricultural & Food Industries will start May 30, in Madrid. Spain. 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