Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 3, 1954 · Page 7
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MONDAY, MAY 3, 1934 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH For Maple Park Arm Bethalto Board To Study Bulk Water Rate Proposal BETHALTO — Members of the-Water Company board Friday evening voted to make a detailed study of a request by the Forrest Homes-Maple Park Water District for a bulk water rate. The request was presented to the local water company by a delegation headed by Cletus Stop Taking Hank Drugs for Constipation AttM Mtttffltf Up*! Git fteNf TMt For constipation, «w Mice harsh drugs. They c»u»e brut»l cramps and griping, disrupt normal bowel action, make re- petted doses seem needed. When you are temporarily constipated, get sun but gentle relief— without *?1«. *jthout harsh drugs. Take Dr. Caldwell's Senna Lawtite contained in Syrup Pepsin. The extract of Senna in Dr. Caldwed's is tne of the finest natural MXnttiiei known to medicine. * Dr. Caldwell's Senna Laxative tastes good, gives gentle, comfortable, satis- tying relief of temporary constipation for every member of the family. Helps you get "on schedule" without re- peited doses. Even relieves stomach sourness that constipation often brings. Buy Dr. Caldwell's. Money back if not satisfied. Mail bottle to Box 280, N«wYotkl8,N.Y. Sheff. Sheff estimated that approximately 325 consumer: would be served tf Bethalfo could furnish the water. Tenta tive plans as proposed by Shefl call for a connection to an exist ing main on Thelma Ave., Cot tage Hills. To iTsfe Master Meter Sheff said that the Forrest Homes-Maple Park District had planned to operate Similarly to another district being formed in Meadowbrook. Under this system, the outlying district woUlt install a master meter to courv all the water used by consumers in their district. The water district would then pay the Bethalto Water Co. the amount shown on the master meter. An extension of water mains in Alberts first subdivision was accepted by the board of trustees .affair considering plans submitted by Arvil Vannoy. Expenses of the new construction will be paid by the new consumers. The trustees considered methods of connecting all homes in the village limits to the recently expanded sewer system. It was pointed out to the board that most all homes in the village are connected, but a few homes are not. Letters requesting home owners to connect into the sys- LOSE UGLY FAT TODAY Jf «ir Safe Dfecoroty Makes REDUCING EASY FOR MEN AND WOMEN Every e*e • teikiac abwrt the MW reducing eeneetie* HUNGER TABLETS. Science MW help* yo« take off jrmtr fat white ye* eat cbooee. HUNGER TABLETS make yo* C Kg TU*k of M Wi* HUNGER TABLETS yo. ** longer CMS* celoriee, ye* forget »H abewk dicta. Fat «oee fart from all over the body! Al yo« do '» mraHow rwe HUNGER TABLETS Wove eeck .*.! fofc*~d h, . »'t IMV* to HUNGER TAB. • a food i ov get no ith HUNGER TABLETS. * HUNGER TABLETS ye. et wht* TO. Mte— Jta«._ BMC* ynaihfiJ UeUhj. More •dive MM! eaioy e^oy iMAfl^k. Fee «MT reAw^t rM HUNGER TABLETS today. A **•*? "*P*y for »«•*•• 19* v« «««y. HUNGER IAMJBTS •*• eaU at •• Wdmc *«*: etoree. MONET BACK GUARANTEE THRIFTY REXALL DRUG STORES SIX STORES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED. fpm ft they arc not alfeady fa the system are to be sent out. The trustees decided to contact various firms teg awfitif tire pw- chsse of new fencing for the sewage dtsjprjsat plant and th* Milage water wefts, fn« trustees are tq consider the purchase at the next meeting. ' Methods of increasing the water pumping capacity at the village wells were c'BfiSideretl during the meeting. .Clifford Abraham, village engineer, suggested that the Water Co. purchase a 50 horsepower pump which would he capable of delivering 360 gallons per minute. Abraham SaM the 50 horsepower pump wiuld necessitate the installation of step transformer, a.<5 the present electrical lines to the wells would not be able to handle the increased starting load. Monthly bills amounting to $3,822.91 wero allowed by, the trustees. Wind Damage. Light BETHALTO — Wind damage here Friday at 7 p. m. was light, though several large tree branches were downed in various portions of the village. Minor damage, was reported at the Jerry Newcomh residence, and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Otto) Williams was struck by a falling limb. 'An electric meter was torn from thf Clifford Doerr home when a limb fell into electric wires, and "hot" wires were downed in the front of the First Baptist Church by a falling limb. Attend Bunker Hill OKS Meet BETHALTO — Mrs. Dora McGaughey, Mrs. George Ellsperman and Mrs. Gordon Darr attended the Bunker Hill Order of the Eastern Star meeting Friday evening. Mrs. Ellsperman served as treasurer and Mrs. Darr served as chaplain at the Friend's Night observance. MOLE'S SHOE .REPAIR We doctor shoes, Heel them, Attend to their Dyeing, arid Save Their Soles. .. ,1«50 State ST. UNION SHOP Lutheran Women Meet at Bethalto ftty-s. Wilkeiiing, More, • joifts Society BETWALTO — One new rnern- fter, Mrs. Arthur WilkeMfig of Moro, joined the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid Society at a meeting Thursday afternoon. the regular business meeting of the Society tvss also the quarterly Lutheran Women's Missionary feague meeting. A film entitled "1four World Call" was shown to the members present. The Society has beer, invited to Prairietown for a social afternoon' Wednesday, and members who wisti to attend have been asked to contact Mrs. Paul Helmkamp. The wom6n are to meet at the church at 12:30 p.m. I he day of the meeting. An invitation • from the Gahlenbeck Ladies' Aid was also read at the meeting. Those planning this trip have been asked to meet at the church at 11:30 a. m. May 19. • The Zion Society will operate an apple butter booth at the centennial this September, though detailed plans have not been completed ns yot. It was announced that Bible school will be conducted on June 14 in Bethalto, and that volunteers are being sought to help with this project. Persons interested in helping are to meet at the Zion church May 19 at 7:30 p. m. The refreshments vve^e served by Mrs. Harold Gocbel, Mrs. Joseph Head, Mrs. Herman Schmidt, Mrs. Al Thuerkoff, Mrs. Harold GihHng, Mrs. John •Neunaber, Mrs. William Glassmeyer and"Mrs. William Harvill. Bake Sain Saturday BETHALTO—The Future Homemakers of America at Civic Memorial High School will sponsor a bake sale Saturday at the New- Way Cleaners. Selling is to begin at 9:30 a. m. Uteri Break* Ankle BETHALTO - Paul Ufert, 47. fractured his right ankle Friday while working on his farm near Bethallo. He was treated at Wood River Township Hospital, where the ankle was placed in a cast. To exploit ilmenitu deposits in Egypt, a Cairo company seeks American investment. -AREPAYMENTS*PROBLEM?- If you are in debt, and behind in your payment*, let- BltUUET PLAN arrange to «et you out of <f«ht with payment* you can afford, r«KHrdl«M or bow murh you owe. No Mourity or endorser* required—one place to THE BUDGET PLAN 201 \V. 3RD ST., 2ND FLOUtC-Phono 2-9711—ALTON, I Cvpjrrlfhi IMT — D F.B. - 81. Looli, M*. Graf ton Group Attends State PTA Concention GftAFTON.-Mrs. Robert Millet and Mrs. Warren Hemple, past presidents of the local Parent-teacher Association, Mrs. Arthur Wilson, program chairman, Mrs. Avery Glsy, treasurer, Mrs. Clark Legate, music chairman, and Mrs. fforma Wallace attended the annual Illinois Congress of Parent and Teacher Friday at Springfield. They attended the breakfast at Lincoln Hotel and during the day attended conferences with state committee chalrmans In the Armory: Curing the evening session the group enjoyed a musical program presented by the All-State Mothers Chorus and an address bjp t>r; Alice V. Kellher, professor of New York University. Hospital Notes GRAFTON.-Mrs. Ed Larbey, who has been confined to bed at her home for the past week suffering from shock and bruises caused by a fall at a funeral home in Alton, was able to be up for a short time Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Wilson, a neighbor, is assisting relatives in caring for Mrs. Larbey. Meanwhile, at least four olher area residents are patients in different, hospitals. Leo Hayes entered St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, last Monday for X-rays and a series of tests. His condition is satisfactory, relatives staled. Janice Schenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Schenberg" also was admitted to St. Joseph's last Monday for a series of tests and medical treatment. Mrs. Lynn Wallace was admitted to St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, last Wednesday where she underwent surgery Thursday. Bennett Brown was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital Friday where he will undergo a series of tests and X-rays. Carrollttm Women's Bible Class To Meet CARROLLTON —The unfolding drama of the Bible is the theme for discussion at the meeting of the Women's Bible class of the Presbyterian Church when they meet Wednesday from 9 £0 to 10:30 a. m. at the manse. The lass is taught by the Rev. Elmer Setterlund. ' Build II to Meet, CARROLLTON — Guld II of the Woman's organization of the Presbyterian Church will meet Friday at 2 :30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. A. .K Baldwin with Mrs. Everett Mehl as the program leader. Mid-week Service CARROLLTON — "Letters to Young Churches" is the topic to be presented by Die Rev. Glenn Manis at the Wednesday evening service to be in the basement of the Baptist Church followed by a social hour. 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