Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1950 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 26, 1950
Page 14
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6, i§S3 ALTON fiVENlNft TELEGRAPH PAOBWPTBfiff Upper Alton ttedmen Here The Singing Redmen of Baeofie College with six cefemonial per* formers will present a, program In ihe Upper Alton Baptist Church Friday night. They come with (heir "director from Bacone, Okla., where is situated the only college for the redman in the world. It Is sponsored by the Northern Baptist Convention. It has been It years since the croup was In Upper Alton and their coming here is hailed with delight by those who have heard Diem, the concert is open to the public without admission though a free-will offering will be taken. The singers will be entertained overnight In homes of members of the church. For some, this will be the second time they have had the honor of having teal Indians as suests, and they recall with pleasure that Interesting experience. Milton Spelling Contestants Contestants, who will represent Milton School In the city-wide spelling bee to be held Friday night at Alton High and East Junior High are as follows: fourth grade: Terry Lacky, Carol Wolff- hrandt, Judy Patton, Judy Richards, Eleahor Drake, Shirley Me- Kenzle, JeatiWtte May,.Jimmy Fisher, Ronald Aulery and Billy Lackey. Fifth grade: Carol Crawford, Larry Henderson, Clara Johnson, Karen Mercler, Sally Miller, Trudi Plummer, Patsy Pruiett, PaVonne Sanders and Sandra Sherr. Sixth grade: Don Duncan, Carl Brunsworth, Truman Street, Donald Adams, Ronnie Bogarl, Diane Mercler, Barbara Best, Shirley Shoemaker, Diane Hiller and Phyllis Hartnett. Board Meeting Thursday The executive hoard nf the Woman's Association at College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet at. 7:30 Thursday evening at tho church. The meeting is to transact routine business. Friends Meet in Rloorninjfton Three women, who wore reared in Upper Alton anrl who were Intimate friends from sixth grade through high school and the early years of married life met in Blooming! on last weekend for the first time In about 20 years. Tfc-o of the three have visited together »t ift* tervals but never before have the three found a time when all could be together^ < The three are Mrs. Alice Leese Lamm of Bloomington; Mrs. Nettle Cummlngs Mooney of Chicago, widow of the late Tom Mooney; and Mrs. Lucille Cartwright Wiseman, wife of Omer Wiseman, 1205 Milton Road. The meeting was held In Bloomlngton at the home of Mrs. Lamm. In telling of the reunion today, Mrs. Wiseman said that she went to Bloomlngton Sunday morning and remained until Tuesday. Mrs. Mooney >went Saturday night and left. Sunday night so It was only for the day Sunday that the three were actually together. A reunion has been planned for next year and the three hope to continue the event once each year. Pack 1 Mokes Awards Achievement awards were presented to members of Cub Pack 1, at a meeting of the Pack held last night after the Cubs themselves managed a miniature county fair. Lawrence Gent, committee chairman Inducted Ray Naughton, Jerry Hubbard and Dickie O'Neal Into the pack and the following awards were made. Dickie O'Neal wolf badge; Ray Naughlon, and Jerry Hubbard, bear; Michael Goodwin, bear, silver arrow; Lanny Whitehead, bear, gOld and silver arrow, Harold Horsley, jr., bear; Gary Graham, bear, gold and silver arrow; Bobby Hartmann, Gary Metcalfe, Jackie O'Neal, Wayne Peal, gold and sil- ,vcr arrows; Orvllle Silze, Spencer Gibblns, Paul Carter, Gerald Brandt, Harold Horsley, jr., gold arrows and Carol Wildman silver arrow. Trustees Meet nt Welling Home The seven trustees of Short Cemetery met at the home of Mrs. Clarence Welling, Alton-Fosterburg road last evening to elect, officers for the year and to make plans for Memorial Day services. 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TRAINED IXPIRTI Rfplacomtntjvti tot td Cpry Coffei Miken, r«rd & W.IU A.pll«n« Mir) 107*113 W.4TM STREET *HONi 2-2623 Mrs. Welling, whaw tern . this yeaf wta Hsleeted te the botrd and W»l Ch08« M ffcOfdlng sectary. Arthur Culp and Thorti- as Harris were reflected president and treasurer and Morris Sargent was elected corresponding secretary. Trustees are Arthur Gulp, Thonv as Harris, Paul Tltchefiftl, Morris Sargent, Esther Culp, Mrs. Clara Klmber and Mrs. Welling. All were present last night. The trustees decided upon reviving the old custom of holding memorial services at the cemetery though the dale and hour will not be selected until after a conference with Fosterburg trustees as to the time of their services. Mothers to Mei-t The Mothers of Girl Scout Troop 41, Milton area, will meet at 1:30 Thursday afternoon to plan troop activities. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clarence Budde, 3635 Aberdeen. Mrs. Reed to Model Hopr Diamond Mrs. Carol Reed, wife of Billy Reed, 863 Washington, has been selected from St. Louis models, to wear the famous Hope Diamond, when It will be displayed with other famous jewels tomorrow, the first of a nine-day exhibit for the benefit of the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. The famous $1,000,000 blue stone, pendant from a necklace is traditionally curse-carrying but the pretty brunette model from Alton Is not considering the curse that might come from having It In her possession for even so brief a period. She is considering the possibility of not setting to wear It at all and is keepnig her fingers crossed with the hpoe that such a "curse" may be warded off or at least delayed. The curse which she fears is an attack of stomach flu such as has attacked the three other members of the Reed house- lold. The exhibit of jewels will be open from 10 a. m.. to 9:30 p. m. omorrow, Monday and May 4, Union Electric Building. No ad- nission is charged hut contributions will be accepted. Alton Teacher's School Closes Mrs. Fern Barrow, Altonian vho leaches the Liberty Prairie School, is telling that the school •vill hold is graduation exercises Thursday, April 27 In a joint exercise with Carpenter School. The exercise will be held In the Libcr- y Prairie and Lois Brakhane, Joanne Marr and Harry McGowan are the graduates from Carpenter. The Liberty Prairie school will hold its last day of school at a jicnic Saturday in the church lasement. Request Nljrht nt Revival Tonight will be request night at he Jameson Baptist revival. Evan- ;elist Mel Efaw will piny and sing special requests from the nu- dience. His sermon topic will be, The Sweetest Name of Tongue or Pen." Tomorrow night will be Family Night. Gifts will be made to the mother with the largest family jresent, to the youngest mother and to the oldest mother. Mother* Club MeeU Thursday The Mothers' Club of Clara Barton school will meet tomorrow for the monthly meeting and will have for entertainment a spelling bee by the Clara Barton representatives to the city-wide spelling been Friday night. Brown Street Church Activities Activities at Brown Street Baptist Church this week include a meeting of the women at 9:30 a. m. Morning hours will be spent ,n preparation for an afternoon visitation. A covered dish dinner will be spread at noon. Thursday night, the men of the church will meet for the monthly meeting. A sound movie will be shown at 9:15 Sunday night, following tho evening service. The movie is "That ;Kid, Buck." It will be shown by A. F. Wiseman. Upper Alton Notes Jim Mack, 4 Walnut Court, and son, Harry, left yesterday morning for Hot Springs, where they expect to stay lor several weeks while making repairs on property they own there. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gerhart and daughter of Eldorado were here Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Ballard, 1415 Spauldlng. Mr. and Mrs. John Sinclair of Lincoln, employes of the State School and Colony, have returnee home after being in Alton to visit Mr. Sinclair's father, William F Sinclair, patient at the Conrad Home. Otis Holmes, 1828 Worden, has returned to his work at Standard Oil Co., after a month's illness .from flu. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V, Alben and 'son, Russell, 2711 Vlewland, are home from Fieldon, where 'they visited Mrs. Alben's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Westfall for several days. The Rev. J. C. Kofahl was In 'Jerseyville Monday night to conduct a sectional-wide CA Rally. The rally was held in the grade school gym, Mrs. Mario Schwalbe of Granite City was the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Armstrong of Cenlralia are guests this week of Mrs. Armstrong's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Jones and of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith, 2922 Brown. Lt. George Ghent, stationed at Ft. Ouster, and his wife and child are spending the week with his parertts, Mr. and Mrs. William Ghent, 1903 Park, and at Wood River, with Mrs. Ghent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandbach, f Mr. and Mrs. E. Nolan have moved from their residence at 3011 Edgewnod to another piece of property they owned at Cottage Hills, Mr. and Mrs. James Osborne, who have been living In the Cottage Hills house, have moved to the Edgewpod property. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burden, who have been living at 611 Edmond, have placed their furniture with the Nevlln Storage firm and Roxana Scouts Plan Cookout Troop 5 Patrols Elect Leaders ROXANA — Intermediate Olrl Scouts of Troop 5 met Tuesday afternoon at the Little House. The *easurer announced a balance of &12.55 In the treasury, pxrHiflinK $7.20 netted from the recent cookie sal<\ The following patrol lenders were elected: Barbara Knst, 1; leane Shaver, 2, and Donna Istod, 1. Plans were made for «' cook-out and bike hike, Announcements were made by the lender, Mrs, Ralph Clark, concerning cnmp. Girls attending were Barbara East, Maurlne Solin, Karen Sulll* van, Joan Burnett, Jeane Shaver, Cleo Bain, DruAnn Inman, Patty Roberts, Sally Albright, Donna Isted, Emily Welckhorst, Janet Jacoby and Kevonda Archer. Host* to St. Lnulxanx ROXANA,—Junior rasters from I he North Side Cnstlng Club of St. Louis were guests of the Junior Casting class at the Community Building Monday evening, High scores were made In sklsh by Onry Wllsbn, St.' Louis, with a 41, while Charles Redd, Roxnnn, came In second with 39. Other prize winners wore Larry Hobson, Terry Wclgnnd, Charles Molh, Hob Radmacher, Joe Masniea, Lorcn McKlm, nnd Jim Klasener. Prizes of fishing tackle donated by businessmen were given the casters. Judges were Ted Deck nnd Harry Walker of St. Louis and William Redd, sr., of Roxana. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Charles Hnrbke, Mrs. Kldon Hobson, and Miss Nancy Welgand. Roxana Scouts Change Date of Bakery Sale ROXANA—The Girl Scout. Council bake sale will be Saturday Instead of Friday as previously announced. Proceeds will go toward flooring the Little House. The sale will be held at Harbke's market beginning at 9 n. in. and Lexow's in Wood River beginning al 10 a. m. Mothers of all girls in the various troops will donate bake goods. Policeman's Bull ROXANA — The Policemen's ball, sponsored by all orgnnzin- tions of the village, will be held Thursday evening at the Roxann Community Building. Proceeds will be used to procure a two-way radio for the police department. Dancing will be from 8 to mld- i)ighl and the Parker youth orchestra will play. Girls Alined FHA Knlly ROXANA —- Twenty-two girls Lattimore Continued Page 1. cofniWttee the name of a man with a police record as a homo- seXuftl who, McCarthy added, hold* "an extremely sensitive position" in the central Intelligence agency. Pervert HIM Kenlffned 3. Joining In a Senate row over the Investigation, Republican leader Wherry of Nebraska said the man McCarthy termed a pervert from Roxana High School, accompanied by their sponsor, Mr*. Dana Mae Schnell, and Mr». Ralph McKaughn, chapter mother, attended the Future Homemakers of American rally Saturday at Mascoutah. This meeting wns for girls In all FHA chapters In the section, which Includes M schools. More than 400 girls and their sponsors attended. Miss Clalrlyn McGrnw of Roxana chapter Is president of the section and presided at Ihe business meeting. Miss Delores Zum- wait, also of Roxana, section project chairman, has a part in the meeting, Westminster fellowship ROXANA -- The Westminster Fellowship of the Sunday Evening Club of the First Presbyterian Church enjoyed an outing Sunday at Marquelte Park near Grafton. The youths wero accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. K. 10. DeLnog and Ralph Relcherl. Move to All on ROXANA—Lawrence E. Belts, husband of Mrs. Lorraine Belts of East Fifth street, who has been n patient al Tonsor Nursing Home, Jerseyvllle, has been moved to UK' Villa Terrace Home on Alton street, Alton. Visiting hours arc from 3 to <1 p. m. and Belts is eager to have his friends visit him. Brother Visits ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKcn/.le of Rohm place hnd as weekend guests, Mrs. McKeiv/.le's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gourley and son of Norfolk, Va. Gourley Is stationed al Norfolk with the navy. h«i resigned. And Wfieltf »hout«d: "You're going to get Wftie more resignations. This is not the only man." 4. Dr. Bella V. Dodd, a member of the Communist party's national committee until she was expelled from the party last year, testified she never knew Latllmore as a Communist, a fellow traveler, "or even a friend of the party." fill* denz has testified party leaders told him that Latllmore, a Far Eastern affairs specialist, was a member of a Communist cell. Dr. Dodd, before an overflow crowd In the big hearing room, accused Budenz of "dishonest testimony". , 5. The Inquiry commlltpe Issued subpenas for Earl Browder, former head nf the Communist parly, and for Jack Stachel. Slachel is one nf the 11 top Commulsl leaders recently convicted of conspiring to overthrow the government by force. Stachel and Browder were to come before the committee today, but last night the staff had not been able to locale them to serve the subpenas. It, was when he was before the committee lust week Ihnt Budenz swore Browder and Stachel were among the "high Communist officials" who told him Lattimore was NEW SIZE! NEW GOOD WILL OFFER! OFFICE FURNITURE Desk* Chair* Pilot "Vour Stationer" 207 PIA8A Phone 8-6654 *;$!*, N«wl Dig lint free Cannon dtlh towel in every new 2!, Giant box of tin's safe, white granulated soapl State Acquires Continued ffom Pan* 1. hearing belor* JvliSgS nettling on behalf of the SUte Department of Public Works A Buildings. Accompanying Talley here for the hewing Were Leo A. Murphy of SpHttffleld, flght-of*way engineer for the department, and «A. J. Felckerf, of Belleville, Assistant engineer of design for District 8 of the state highway department. Schuman Ounrtllnn Ad Lltem Judge Fleming has appointed Fred P. Schumnn of Granite City, as guardian ad lit em for unknown heirs of three of the remaining eight tracts In the condemnation a member of a Communist cell. Browder and Slachel have denied to reporter* they ever made such a statement to Budenz. suit MH! fttio id* ft fhiftw in ownership of anothw One thousand fl&ilaw m* imtt* ert to BStoftti M. in« Dftbetah Jane Scheahan, mother and ditigtt* ter, of Ladae, m« fST ttet* «*# and Joseph and Josephine Paia*« zolo received $?lrS for * tfftfit, Francis L. and Leonft E. MoWflrd were awarded $3000 for their pleet of land. Of 98 new feature films shown In Turkey, ?0 were Artdrtcan and in Turkish. F.nd your Iml wnlrt problems wild n sttlr, rinpcndnhlr GENERAL £$ ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WATFR MFATfR Alton's Broadway jot E. Otowlway Dial 2-2581 unite Anr hou§« crying for Mint will beam wh«n KYANMB furfecM. Tbvi'l LIFE in KYANIZB HOUM PilM—Mfe ,-, mjr *Mwrproof color—long life through its touch ibNfdu* SpMifrRYANIZB for rwl Ufa tntur»ac« for yowbootaN/ SOLI) AT KUTTER BROS, LUMBER YARD, Cottage Hills, III, ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS HOW,, Rosewood HiigMs, III. ROXANA HARDWARE, Roxana, III, ST. 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