Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 26, 1950
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W8BKB8BAY, APRIL 26,19SO ALTON EVEN1MO TELEGRAPH PAQBTHRBB ' ' '— Worth Alton to take fcifi in Spelling Bee Fourth, fifth and sixth grade pupils from McKinley-Delmar and Rufus Easton schools will take part In the city-wide spelling bee at 7:3d p. m, Friday. The fourth grader* will meet at East .Tunlor High, the fifth grades will meet at Alton High gym, and the sixth flt Alton High auditorium. Ten percent of the pupils from each grade plus their alternates will take' part In the event. Fourth grades from Rufus Easton are Kay Calvey, Marlene Alexander, Stepheney Roller, William Lowe and Marjorle Baron as alternate. Mrs. Elizabeth Main Is the teacher for this class. The fifth grade Is taught by Mrs. Reva Chester and the pupils representing the class will be Judith Bailey, David Hamm, Marilyn Allen, Lillian McCoy and Judith Price Is alternate. Glady Jean Butler, Donald McCoy and alternate, Donald Crabtree, will represent Mrs. Violet Jenkins' sixth grade class. Mrs. William Burt Is the teacher of the fourth grade class at Me- Klnley-Delmar and her class representatives will be Anita Anglin, Robert Cowgell, Ida Mae Elliott, Brenda Hartley and alternates, Ronald Dunbar, and Carol Nuzum. The fifth grades will be Anthony Kardls, Barbara Leonard, Carol Marsh, Carol Pierson and alternates Joan Holland and Raymond Stockton. Miss Elizabeth Plumlee teaches this elftM, two tfxih grade classes will be represented on the program. Miss Frieda Orelnke's class will show Robert Johnson, Donna Heatoti, Anemone Smith, and Judy Windsor, the alternates will be Jack Flyrm and Mary Lou Hartley. Eugene Bailey's class will be represented by Janet Grube, Marlene Lagemfin, Dorothy Roe mer, Opal wlndson and alternate Sonja Grady. Old Scouts tJIscUM Plans Girl Scout Troop 49 met Monday afternoon at Old Cathedral Schobl. The troop made plans for a trip to the D'Adrlan Gardens on the Jerseyvtlle road. The date will be announced later after final arrangements have been completed. Pat Fallon and Mary Kay Doo ley gave a first-aid report to complete the requirements for their second class badge. The troop will celebrate Its first birthday on May 13, and the girls discussed plans for a covered dish supper which will be presented on Monday, May 15. The girls will have a "Family Night" event and will present n program for their parents. Mr. A. H. Garrison was n guest at the meeting. The project for the afternoon was "hike kits" which the girls will use for their hikes this coming season. The meeting was closed with the Girl Scout Promise and laps. Auxiliary Meeting Tuesday Boosters Auxiliary will meet LINOLEUM BARGAINS 6 Ft. Wide LINOLEUM in your choice of patterns. Better hurry I It won't last long at these low prices) Regular 79c Value 39c AND 49c Square Yd. 9 or. 12 FT. LINOLEUM Square Yd. BETTER VALUESTir FINE HOMEFURNISHINGS AT ... EASY TERMS FREE DELIVERY 553 E. Broadway ALTON CO. Phone 3-3B13 Tuesday «t the Shelterhmise. The meeting will begin at the netf time at 1:30 p. rh. Girl Seoul Plan Hike Girl Scout Troop 40 met Tuesday afternoon at St. Ambrose School. The troop made plans for a hike to Camp Talahl, Saturday. The group will leave St. Ambrose School 'at 10:20 a. m. Saturday and plan to return at 3:30 p. m. Each girl scout Is expected to take her own "nose bag" lunch. The meeting was opened by the president, Joan Whlttlemnn, and It WBS voted to order community badges for some troop members, and the troop crest, which Is the meadowlark. They sang girl scout songs and the meeting closed with prayer. Teachers Meeting Teachers of the church school of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church met at the church Tuesday evening. The group made plans for the Children's Day service which will be Sunday, Junn 11. z VFW Post Officers to Be Installed Members of VPW Post 1308 will have their Installation ceremonies In conjunction with the Auxiliary Saturday evening. Officers-elect to be Installed Saturday are Paul Golllob, commander: Clarence Cox, senior vice-commander; Kenneth Porter, junior vice-commander; Robert Mitchell, quartermaster; Norman Loire, adjutant; Harry Lessner, chaplain; Ralph T. Smilh, judge advocale; Dr. Joseph Mlro, surgeon; Neil Gray, service officer; S. Harold Roberts, publicity; three truslees — Dr. Jack Rowse, Voslle Kelly and Andrew Osborne; Paul Whelzel, posl his- torlan; Ed Manns, quartermaster sergeant; Leo Sullivan, guard; Jnmes McKcc, officer of the day; nnd George Holmes jr., bugler. The evening program will open with a dinner at 6 p. m. at thi Alton YWCA and the installation ceremonies will begin at 8 p. m. The program will close wilh a dance beginning at: 9 p. m. at the Veterans Memorial Center, Hartford HARTFORD. — Mrs. Blanch Taylor, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Myrtle Elliott, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Lois Martin. Edwardsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hall, Vandalia, were dinner guests Sunday al^the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Oglesby entertained Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McGary, Arlington, Ky., Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Imal Ketchem and daughter of St. Louis visited at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spann, Sunday. Mr. Ketchem and Mrs, Spann are cousins. The visit was the first in 20 years. Mrs. Woodrow Summers attended the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers Golden Jubilee Thursday, Friday, and Saturday In Chicago. The kindergarten class is planning a visit to the Schillinger farm Thursday. Several of the children's Barents are going. The class Is .aking dinner. The children at Woodrow Wilson School, are to have clean-up day at the school Thursday, Miss Thelma Benson and Miss Mildred Toomey attended the Class Room Teachers' meeting in Chicago over the weekend. i READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Silvei of at HUDSON'S Yet, we have itt A complete stock of this extra-quality lilverplate ... at this attractive low, low price. Stop in today and arrange to own this luxurious silverware Iemce< Choose from 'he four distinguished patterns lf, shown below. Also 64-Piece Service in chest, $59.75. NEW IROOKWOOD* Pay only per week Hwdwm* Antl.Titnliti Chill (pndlni 16 T|«. ipooni, I Ovil 8»wl «r Round Bo«ISouBSpo»nt, f DlMf o' Grill* Knlvff. I Dtraw 01 Qilllt Forki, « S.W f»ik«, } Tltlt Spooni, t CoW M»il Fork, 1 Gutty L«dl«, 1 Butt* fall., 1 $«|«| DIAL 2-2722 PROJECT EXPANSION — State Senator Milton Mueller, loft, and Dr. H. W. Trovillion, with William Hayes, center, plan attack for expansion of the McAdams highway into jersey county. The senator visited Trovillion Monday at his dental office.—Staff photo. Argentina's 1950 corn crop Is estimated at only 3,000,000 tons, of drought. The current Gregorian calendar falls by 26 seconds per year to represent the true yeni-. Standard Plans Bonus for U. S. Bond Purchases Wall Si reel .Totirnnl Chlciiftn titifftitit CHICAGO— Standard OH Co. of Indiana announced If plans a hew type of stock bonus plan for Its employes. Stockholders will vote on the plan at the annual meeting May 11. Full-time employes who flow participate In the company's retirement plan are eligible for the new plan. Under It. the employe may designate payroll deductions of not loss than 2 percent nor more than '1 percent of the prior year's earnings for purchase of U. S. Series E savings bonds, which will be delivered to him promptly by the company. If the employe remains a participant In the plan until the end of the yenr, Indiana Standard will give him one share of company slock for cnch full "bonus unit" of payroll deduction. The "bonus End your hot water problems with a sale, dependable GENERAL @ ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER Alton's Broadway 201 K. nromluny I)lnl 3-' unit 11 tot aft? year ti «jflai to Itt timti the bet* value ptf share nt the ttock it the «hd of the pte« ceding calendar year, For the fit-it year « bonus ei one share of stock would be given for each $106 deducted under the plan for boftd purchases. The company said the stock given may be bought by the company on the open market or may be taken from StrthOf 1 Wa but ttfllMUta MtKltt Indiana StMrtsrt fit!8 tt» Wf) cannot b* calculated *wv'wy with tt* iwwrtitt ef «h> pioyei participating. If It fttd feftft applied at a Gee,, 31,1MB, thi «n« ployes, including 13 offlcefl am directors, would have 3§,?i8 fUfWb READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADI NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A SPECIAL ELECTION WILL BE HELD IN GODFREY TOWNSHIP ON SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 19SO For tho purpose of voting a special tux levy not to exceed .107% of the fair, wish vnluo, of tiixnble property a* equallted or assessed by the Department of Revenue, In Godfrey Township, Including Ritltrondm, for the purpose of repairing, maintaining and oil treating roads In Godfrey Township for a period of 8 years. Given under my hand and seal of Godfrey Township this 17th day of April, 1950. W. H. WAGNER, TOWN CLERK, Polls Open A A. At. Close » I'.M. NOTE: This is not an additional tax, but a continuation of a special tax already being levied. 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