Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 3, 1954 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, May 3, 1954
Page 11
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MONDAY, MAY 3, 1954 ALTON EVEffflffG RETIRES FROM LACLEDE -. Joe Stice (center), retired from Laclede Steel MM jfcfAJfcik ***&** 4fcl*.» AA **A.***fc^ AL.jk. KKKUb.^— ..- f* ** ***._! ^ • ****i« k i _ ^ •w»^^.»»w».«*_f .*. -M^^AVM • « • ^,r —JM>m^~ • a — • w^s KJWll^/ \ - - _ Friday after ncariy 30 years with the company. G. R. Cltrk (left), era! superintendent; and A. A. Boyle (right), general superintendent of Laclede, congratulate him at party Friday night at Hotel Stratford. Hawaiian Holiday Animal BPWC Breakfast Held Sunday at YWCA Alton Business and Profession- Hi Women'.s Club had its annual breakfast Sunday at the Young Women's Christian Association, and guests included Miss Dorothy Fink, Edvvardsville, second vice-president of the Illinois Federation at Women's Clubs, Miss Cora Lofton, Jerseyville, "chairman, District 9 or the ^Illinois Federation, and Miss Virgie Mendenhall, executive secretary of the YWCA. Mrs. Edwin M. Leamon, president, welcomed the guests. "Hawaii, Vacation Land" was the theme, and a welcoming song was written by a club member, Mrs. Phoebe Goldberg, to the tune of "Farewell to Thee?' Program opened with a B. and P. W. prayer, In song, and Miss Mary Sidweir read the emblem collect. Mrs. George R. Knight, chairman of the membership and emblem committee in charge of the breakfast, presented new members, and Miss Elite Kohl- Learn a profitable Profession BEAUTY CULTURE • Training Period • Advanced Coursei • Excellent Instructor! • Eaty Pay Plaq (Nominal ' Coit) Coniult WithUi Today Cintral Illinois Sebttl if Btauty, Culture 401 HENRY ST. — Dial 3-6411 20 Years of Successfully Graduating Students mann made the response. After selections by a mixed quartet, from East Alton-Wood River Community High School, directed by Miss Vera Jones, "Our Emblem" was presented by Mrs. Pearl Thornton, assisted by Mrs. William Dale Close. "Our Emmem" was .written by Mrs. Thornton. Officers for 1954-1955 were installed by Mrs. Elsie Blase, and the program closed with an emblem benediction. Seated were Mrs. Leamon; Miss Dorothy Paddock, vice-president; Miss Alma L. Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs. Pearl Thornton, corresponding secretary, and Miss Gloria Voege, treasurer. Leig werie presented the guests as they entered the dining room, and favors, including dolls resembling Hawaiian girls, marked the places at prettily decorated tables. A spray of spirea formed a background 'for the speakers' table, and on the wall of the north alcove appeared a painting, an Hawaiian scene. Members received during 19531954, Mrs. Sally York, Mrs. George A. Slay, Mrs. A. G. Hunt, Mrs. Bessie Hunt, Miss Etta Starkey, Miss Carrie Waggoner, Miss Elise Kohlmahn, Mrs. Michel Romov, Miss Lois McFarland, Mrs. Marie Glover, Mrs. Hazel Hutchison, Miss Irene Heil, Mrs. Milo A. Wells, Mrs. Carl P. Davis and Mrs. Blehche Wright were presented by Mrs. Knight. Mrs. Jesse A. Lewis, Mrs. Lucy B. Luken and Mrs. Meyer Wiseman were introduced as new members for 1954-1955. Associated with Mrs. Knight on the membership and emblem committee were Miss Sidwell, co-chairman, Mrs. Thornton, Miss Margaret Duggan, Mrs. Goldberg, Mrs. Ray L. Jackson, Churches Martha Circle of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday evening at the Westminster Center. Hostesses will be Mrs. Benjamin Guide, Mrs. George Wittenborn, Mrs. Samuel Laughland Jr., and Mrs. Alfred E. Franke. St. Elizabeth's Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eben Rodgers Sr., 531 Summit St. , ' 2 Fire Alarms No. 2 company investigated an Two minor fire alarms were received Sunday. At 9:13 a. m. No. 2 company investigated an oil stove flareup at the Glen Smith residence, 914 E. Seventh St. At 2:48 p. m., No. 3 company went to 524 Parker Ave. to investigate a report of an electric wire short circuited on a pole.. In neither case was there any fire damage, Chief Lewis reported. Egypt is getting, bids on 20 wells to be dug on the Oases of Dakhla and Kharga. Miss Isabel Ingram, Mrs. Mil- Ellen dred Rockefeller, Miss Machin, Mrs. William Dale Close, Mrs. Harold B. Sanders, Miss Mildred Dunlope, Miss Carrie Waggoner, and Mrs. Carl P. Davis. Stars Observe 'Friends Night At tttmker Hill BUNKER HILL - 'Friends Night' was observed by the local Eastern Star. Chapter FHday flight at the MasdMe Temple with Helen Dbwlafid, Chesterfield, as wortttf fhatrwi Ralpft Gerdt, Butifctf Hffl, thy patron. Others serving were: associate matron, Myrtle Wise; issdclate patron, Robert Grlebel, -Broker Hill; secretary, Margaret Hilyard, Bunker Hill; treasurer, Nellie Ellgperman, Bethaltei conductress, Ruth Fite, ftdnker Hill; associate conductress, Gladys Rosfntreter, PlainviCw; chaplain, Ruth Darr, Bethalto; marshal, Clara Mason, Butlket Hill; organist, Alma Williamson, Staunton; Ada, Martha Moomaw. Edwardsville; Ruth. Margaret Gerdt, Bunker Hill; Esther, Phylis Mason, Wood River; Martha, Evelyn Colburn, Alton; Electa, Helen Morrow, Vandalia; warder, Betty Lou Griebel, Bunker Hill; sentinel, F. E. Bauer, Bunker Hill, and. color bearer, Albert Fahrenkrog, Bunker Hill. Helen Bruder served as soloist and sang to the worthy matron and worthy patron: Bertha Fieker, Carlinvffle, grand lecturer was guest of honor. Miss Lydia Keriyon is the worthy matron and August Kaeshamer, 'Worthy patron of the local chapter. Mrs. Fred Sawyer was introduced and escorted to the East. She had five, daughters present, three filling guest stations. Speeches were made by several guest officers. Mrs. A. H. Bauer, Mrs. C. M. Miller, Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. R. E. Bley, Jr., were on the committee. Attend WSCS Meeting- BUNKER HILL-Mrs. C. M. Miller, Mrs. A. H. Bauer, Mrs. H. F. Scheldt, Mrs. Ralph Gerdt, Mrs. Fred Harper, Mrs. Grace Dey and Mrs. R. C. Noble attended the East St. JLx>uis district meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Greenville Methodist Church Friday. Mrs. Noble was installed at children's secretary of the district. Mrs. Sheldt took part in the pledge service. The name of Mrs. Vanna Hall was read during the memorial service which was held for members who had died the past year. . Bunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alexander and daughters of Michigan, who spent last week visiting Miss Charlyne Koch, returned home Friday. Lola and Ann Marie Alexander were over-1 night guests of Harriett and Bar- NOW AT... JACOBY'S GOULDCVG'S Our 101«t Year—J*w«lers in Alton • Caprice '5-Pc, Place Setting $13.75 5-Pc, floe. n i «|ifto/lBr with in (MM*; IW will be plowd « i« am, S*te« • CMP** M a* $*«*» Fi w Cbim or fi?t • jfcct IKIM* *d H» OH fefUff OCCMiOM. A Wd»»l itl)ourd)iM<i«|»niMtm 4cr«MN|f ftwitaf- Jfwtlm- African Qm toddy •A»V ACTION I •WIVIL.TOP ClMnt ill over I from 1 petition Fcbuleu* ItM CUMKA f-D" MI0 NOZZU Th« meet ef«ci«nt •*•* dMloMd; powerful suction eonccntrMion «ll •round- front, j*ar and both M* «oi deep-down tuning! SAVI '20 te'»t NO DUST BAG TO EMPTY of coursel • whH* r*Br Ifert All the modern features in ONI cleaner •icftlno color* orroir mort f uction •*!« thin olhtr* t E*»yActionS*l»»l-Top tlt»n| M 5 t rl'"fJ* l '* tl0 * • fmftumlvm AWA/*U A fFVl'IflB^ K«wlUf ITV 411 Al*n*O* * Trlnl* fn»^, - . yATIC C«IH>n Toolt »M»(M»| "**"*• * MI •'»« lu *!? l »».'» 1»»« • Th» LOW fimk* wit MIOIII 3-8856 117*113 BAST WOADWAV • AlTON, IU4NOI8 TOASTMASfERS INTERNATIONAL WstHct Eight sbeech contest winner Hefb Thompson, of the Illint Twwtm»sters Club of Wood River, receives the first place cup from the new district governor, Godfrey thntettt tftof Ms winninrover six other contestants at a luncheon meeting In the Cotillion Koom of the DeSoto Hotel in St. Louis Sunday—Chart!* CUrk photo. .- -fr 6 Illinois Cities Join Switch to Daylight Time SPRINGFIELD, 111. /P-Six II1I- nois cities have joined some 600 other communities in the state in the switch from Central Standard Time to Central Daylight Saving Time. Morrison and'Fulton in northwestern Illinois and Paris in east- bara Scheldt while here. ern Illinois made the chaflge Sunday. Residents of Mount ^ukski voted Saturday to go on daylight saving time starting June 1. Most of the merchants in Villa Grove, "'''south of Champaign, will make the change today. California produces 230 different crops in carload lots. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK «et daubW Hit IIM, daublt th* wlut, with tht hi|h eh*k that -tr«rt" with your child. New COMO Convcrtiblt btcoiMMiiyoutli eh* •lAipiy by rtmovini trity art footmt. UnbrMtuMi, «o. amried «t«d toy IIM "Mfetylwk" tprinf dMifM. Adjurtabfe footrett. W«ih«W« Durwi uphotlt«ry la choice $ if Jl J$ ~* J " Only !•» ft red, yellow, pay cryiul or blue FREE CUSTOMER PARKING LOT At BEAU DOOR C.J.JACORY & CO. 627-633 EAST BROADWAY ALTON. ILLINOIS Community Conceit Association opens its membership enrollment today (Monday) for one week only. fe Concerts offeree! by the association are open to holders of membership cards only. \S t> One attraction announced before enrollment begins: this year Longines Symphonette of many years radio fame, under Mishel Piastro. Other attractions chosen at end of the campaign - - - on basis of funds available from membership fees. Membership fees are $6 for adults, $3 for students (high school or younger). Alton's opportunity to hear the world's finest artists in the world's greatest music. Campaign headquarters at Gould Music Co., *- , 551 East Broadway. Open till 4:30 p. m. daily. Or for reader convenience attached coupon which can be mailed to campaign headquarters, pit COUPON C«*«QN &S&®? 01 *™ 551 E0tt Broadway* Alien, Iti. Pleo§e find enclosed check fw $ I wish to purchase (Adult) (Student) tht Alton Community Concert Association for the 1954-55 sense. 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