Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1950 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 26, 1950
Page 10
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26,1950 ALTON ttVKNlNO TfiLEQRAPM PA3I Sl*i?*tt Present Awards to Brighton Scouts Jeflii Towse Gets First Class Badge BRIGHTON — Jean Towse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Towse, was presented a first class Qlrl Scout badge and service star at a candlelight service In the high school gym Tuesday evening. The service opened with the flag ceremony by Nancy Masterson carrying the American flag with Virginia Watt as her color guard, and Yvonne Jones carrying the Scout flag with Marilyn Landon as her color guard. Second class badges and service stars, which were pinned on each girl by Mrs. Leslie Chamberlln leader, during the candlelight service were given to Juanita Anders, Kai-en Schcftel, Virginia Walt, Mnriene Bergfeld, Alice Whitaker, Yvonne Jones, Sue Towse, Jeannine and Kathryn McAfee, Mary Wiseman, Nancy Swan, Alice Mc- A£oe, Nancy Masterson, Mary Warner, and Barbara Apponyi. New scouts who received their badge were Sue Aponyi, Carlem; Bock, Loretta Wooff and Marilyn Landon. Mrs. Helen Bock played appropriate piano selections throughout the ceremonies. Mrs. John Jones was added to the scout committee which also includes Mrs. Ernest Masterson, Mrs. A. E. Wiseman, Mrs. Hubert Watt, and,, Mrs. Wendel Towse. Mrs. Cecil Davit is assistant leader. \ The troop 'meets each ^Thursday evening at the grade, school. It is making plans to hold B bazaar early In June to make money for summer camp expenses. / HoHfiM nt Party BRIGHTON — Mrs. John Down \vns hostess at a party at her home Tuesday afternoon. Brighton to Go On Daylight Time BRIGHTON—Mayor Harold O. Bolt announces the village will change to daylight saving time Sunday at 2 a. m. Residents of the community approved daylight saving time in an advisory referendum in April of last year. The village trustees then enacted an ordinance which makes daylight saving time annually effective until the measure is repealed. Orchard to Be In Full Bloom BRlGHToN-The P. S. Waters apple orchard will be In full bloom this weekend and will be a beau* tlful sight worlh driving to see. The orchard Is southwest of town on Irish Lane road and can be reached without the hazards of traffic and crowded roads. Kcbeknh Lodge Will Meet BRIGHTON—One candidate will be Initiated at the meeting of th-.. 1 p. In., Rebekah lodge ftt 8 P. fn., Friday, In lOOF hall. Mrs.- Elizabeth Scheffel will be chairman of the entertaining committee. India Is complaining that Pakistan radio broadcasts false news about Its neighbors. Brighton Alumni Plan Reunion *, BRIGHTON — Albert O6rtp1, president of the Brighton High School AluttttM Assoelftticn ed at « mteting of members at HueWnet'8 rtttBurant, Tuesday evening, Hi* Wlhtdfl of the Association will be at 7:36 p. m., Sat- day, May 21 In the high school fcym- Oertel appointed the following committee!: Program, Mrs. 0»car Hermes; genetal ifrfcngemenis, Lloyd Well, Mette Schmidt, Alvln Lucker, dene Bbtt, Wendel Towse, and Walter Hunt jr.; tables, Mrs. Harold Bolt, Mr*. Walter Hunt, and Miss Edna Mae Stewart. Mrs. O. C. henberg, chairman of the civic League committee who win serve the meat, attended and presented plans for the, meal. Peanut, shells are regarded by most gardeners as excellent material to use tin .mulching both flowers and vegetable*. WMIWWW you mtf .''MM. for « heat ittt$ ffttit ftaffli «. In several ptfteet 18 that tfii row etn Mfp fl«<e*r tl Smftos « this fcott m slowl*. ftEAft n&tiMUUPlt WANT ACS FREE! 4 ROLLS ANSCO ALL-WEATHER FILM! 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