^ l;jf i-L* —,fu^**j &,,*£»*., ltfl» Member of tin Aisociatfcl itze 1950 ficdd land Spite was «ietitt . Mid Glenti AhdrMH vJ«*J of St. Pfiut't LutherM Chufch, torena tod fifth," at the 1&*§«n« be* buriftess rioting 6f the fehowh, Thursday ntehV * Other officers elected include Edwirt Lut*, (Sldefi Robert Davis, trustee; George. ,KlepWr, financial recordtflg secretary; fcCnnle fiow man, treasurer; Elrriet Johhsbn, head ushet; Robert White and Adolph Fuchs,, Representatives of the congregation In the Council of Lutheran ChurchesM the Create* Alton area; fer'd Weise, acting Superintendent of the Sunday school, and George Prante, k'eyman for the radio .station , at GottcotdlA Seminary-. V "The Rev. N. L. Wolf, pastor of the church, will.Install the 1950 officers at Sunday morning services, New Year's Cay, at 10:30 a. m. Andrews Is retiring president and Spltze is retiring vice* president. Other retiring • officers are Walter Hoffman, elder; Dr. Herman Hoover, treasurer, and Thomas Growder, financial record- Ing secretary. Automobile Mishap WOOD RIVEJt — Cars driven by Claude Moore, 556 Third street,, and Charles Lee <Bofids;: r 921 Belie;' Alton; -weire 'involved '.in J an; acci-i dent on sRoute'eT 1 , Thursday; age td thej right rear' fenderi bumper ivfcs reportedv^'foriAthe Mooreicar ;and,^damage to thC-ileft | side for.th^ Bonds' car,; •, ; '". '•• thai Ransacked I " • Wopp^ivfefe' ^-Robert fHll- : llpi, tforth Rodgers. Alton, reported' to' Wood, River poiice at 10:55' p. m,,;Thur^&y, v tiiit a; flashlight was missing 'irohi 'his; ckt which was ransacked while'parked f on East Lorena avenue. Girl Scout Leader Meetings WOOD RIVER — Basic leadership sessions will be staged at the Alton YWCA on Jan. 4, 5, and 6 from 10 a. m. to 5;30 p. m. lor Girl Scout leaders with Mrs. Betty Lewis Ebe and Mrs. Glenn O. De Atley in charge of the training periods. The executive area board of the Girl Scouts, will meet Jan. 9 at the YWCA. Birthday Surpriif. WOOD RIVER — A group of friends surprised Mrs. James Hester at her home, 173 Lorena avenue, this morning, with a breakfast and favored her with gifts !n observance of her birthday. Guests Included- Mrs., ; Wlllis r JIelmantoler and daughter, Letha, Mrs. Lottie Sanders; Mr. and Mrs, Dale Ma*well and Mr. Hester. Letha Helmantoler, a freshman at Illinois State Normal University, Is spending the holidays with her parents and expects to resume her studies Jan. 4. . WOOD BlVEft, ttee,, 30-A tound 6t parties including BeVeral hftvi bei*n i^iSn* Wood River or« td ushet Hi the &ew . this evening, a pre-New Year's formal dance Mil be staged By Big Sisters 6t East Alton-Wood River Cbmmunlty fclgh School at the girl's gym from 8 to 'll p. rh,, with formei- students and friends invited. Dancing wljl be to the rnustc 6f Ronnie Klaus' orchestra and a hospitality line of parents, school board members and members of the administration will be featured. Miss Rhea McGulre Is In charge. •the 'American Legion will have the ,Ellis Schmidt orchestra on hand for dancing beginning at d p. m., Saturday, at Legion Hall, Ferguson avenue and Sixth street. Legionnaires and guests have been Invited and nolsemakers and caps will be furnished the revelers. Refreshments are to be served. Arthur Hough is chalttnan in charge of the dance assisted by Howard Getting, and Wayne Cox. Veterans of Foreign Wars will stage • a New Year's dance from 9 P. m.. Saturday to 3 a. m., Sunday to the orchestra of Bill Shaw at VFW Memorial Club, Edwardsville road. The public has been invited, and reservations may be mlde at the club. .Admission is $1,50 per person or $3 a couple. •Members ahd guests have been invited to the New Year's eve party planned by the Knights "of Columbus at the hall, Whitelaw and Lorena avenue, with Dave Maldney, jr., in charge. There Will be a charge of $1 to cover turkey and ham -which will be served all evening. Dancing will be In the club room. The Italian -Mutual Benefit Society will stage a party beginning at 9 p. m., Saturday, at Italian Lodge featuring, a potluck supper with each person participating asked to bring a covered dish. Diversion of the evening will inculde dancing to records, cards, television and refreshments. Members are invited to bring guests for the get-together. Gasper Palermo is in charge. , Howard Meyers and five piece orchestra will provide music for dancing at the .party and dance planned by the Loyal Order of the Moose, beginning at 9 p. m. at Moose Hall, 58 West Ferguson avenue. S. .L. Mullin, governor, is in charge. The entertainment committee includes O. D. Morris, Harold Tant, and Marion . McGill! There will be no admission nor reservations and members may invite^ friends. The. Eagles will have a New Year's eve dance with Jesse Lee's orchestra furnishing music at the Eagles ballroom, 117 East Fer r guson avenue, The There wiif be no „-„.,,»,„„ t& Eagles wid th«f friends. Friday evening dance rday WObt) RIVER—The Youth Fellowship group and the Mixers Sunday ScHbol class of the Methodist Church will go to Troy tonight for a roller skating .party. They have the rink reserved from 8 ,t6 10:30 p. m. Bill RooS is in charge of arrangements* Party at Church 1 WOOD RIVER— The Rev. William C, Brady, Alton, was In ehafgft of meditations at th* Cnttstrna* party tot Members of the Sunday school of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church « \h& chapel, Tuesday evening, the children were favored with treats and gifts. • f o Attend Wedding WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Peter Cot* rlgan, 477 Whttelaw avenue, is a current gaest at the hbrne 61 her Slstei 1 , Mrs. Thomas Mane? in Cleveland, Ohio. Before returning hbme after the first of the year she plans to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss wiima Matter, FMUjtttM* Wrlrts, WOOt) RIVER - Mrs. Bertha Laux, who resides ai the home of her s«h-ln-law and daughter, Mf. and Mrs. .William Hanselntan at 201 Eighth street, fractured both wrists when she fell near the Hanselman home at 5:30 p. m. Thursday. She Is" a patient at Wood River Township Hospital. Vim Churches at Wood Rive? Plan Services New Year's Eve WOOD RIVER, Dec. 30. ^- Five .Wood River churches will observe New Year's eve with watch night programs and religious services. Several of the churches, which have planned no special observance New Year's eve will have regular church services New Year's day with communion.' The Rev. Don Mallough, Seattle, Wash., will present special numbers on musical cowbells and slelghbells from 9 to 10 p. m. at the Assembly of God Tabernacle, First and Jennings. Preceding this, there will be'a "Getting Acquainted" period from 8 to 8:30 p. m. and a singspiration period until 9 p. m. at the church. With the special music, a. period of reminiscing on greatest experiences of 1949 will be observed. The program will conclude with a sermon by the Rev. Mallough from 10 to 11 p. m., followed by a half-hour fellowship meet and prayer meeting. / Evangelical U. B. Services First Evangelical .United Brethren Church, 507 Wood River avenue, will begin a New Year's parly with a social period at 9 p. m. Mrs Murray Haworth, wife of the pastor, is in charge of the program which will furnish refreshments and devotions for the entire church. New Year's services at the Apostolic Tabernacle of Jesus Christ Ch ,urch, 716 State street, begin-at i:30 Saturday night and will include visiting speakers, special singing and communion. There will be a prayer to usher in the new year. The Rev.'Archie Snyder is pastor of the church. A watch service, beginning at 8 p. m., will be observed at the Gospel Tabernacle Church, 876 State street. An annual event, the services will continue past midnight. The Rev. Clarence Gorman is pastor of the church. ; St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fifth and Lorena,'plan, its New Year's' eve service for 7 p. m. The Lord's supper will be celebrated during the vesper service of the evening with the Rev. N. L. Wolf in charge. ' St. Bernard's Church, Fourth and Acton, will have no special ob- FRIGfOAfRg is MOST BEAUTIFUL confessions Saturday afternoon The Mass of the Feast of the Clr- cumclsion of Our Lord will be celebrated at 6, 8:30 ahd 11:15 Sunday morning in high mass at 10 a. m. Regular Baptist Services There will be no special service at the First Baptist Church, Third and Lorena, because the Rev. Earl J. White, pastor, and his family are vacationing in Flbrida. Regular Sunday services will be conducted by Mrs. A. W. Judd who will speak on "A New Year Message" In the morning and "Back to Moab" In the evening. Communion will be served at the Methodist Church, Sixth and Lorena, at the Sunday morning services. The Central and Madison Church of Christ will have regular Sunday services at the Community building In Roxana and are stag- mid-wwfc services at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Musgraves, 730 Central avenue, until completion of a new church building. Other Wood RW«f churches planning regular Sunday morning services, although there will be no special- observance of New Year's Saturday night, are the First Church of Christ (Christian) 12 North second: St Gabrtel'4 Chapel Episcopal dhureh, 980 Whitelaw avenue; First Church of Christ Scientist, 215 North Ninth street; Wh telaw Avenue Baptist Church, Whitelaw and Chessen: First Presbyterian Church, 349 East Lorefta avenue, and St. John's Evangelical and Reform Church, Sixth and Penning. Guests »t ttagnire Home WOOD RIVER—Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Qulnn and daughter, Jean, who Is a teacher In the junior high school at Morrlsonvllle, 111., returned to their home at McLean, 111., Wednesday, after spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Qulnn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Magulre. 421 Prospect street A family gathering at the Magulre home Christmas Included their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. E T, Magulre and children, June and Edward, and Mrs. Ethyl Duf* fey, Alton. Miss June Magulre is a student at the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. The C. E. Maguire's younger son, Lt. Charles Clinton Maguire and family of Mobile, Ala., were unable to be present. Cancels Meeting WOOD RIVER—The meeting session of the Lincoln School Kindergarten Mother's Club will not hold Its regularly scheduled meetlhg tutsday. The next meeting of the group will be Feb. 7. Mi* Metcger Vocations WOOD , RIVER—Miss Jeanne Metafger, Junior at Illinois Wes- leyaft University, Bloomlngton, is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Metzger, 354 Jennings avenue. Tennessee Visitors WOOOD RlVEfc - Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams and, Mr. ahd Mrs. •Herbert Nooner of Lincoln Addition returned Monday from Ripley, Tcnn,, where they spent the Christmas holidays with Mr. Williams' relatives. No Roundhouse Activities WOOD RIVER — The Roundhouse will be Closed New Year's Eve because of the numerous Individual parties being planned by the teenagers, according 16 Gilbert Reade, executive secretary. Floyd RoUhu fifes WHITE HALL, Dec, 30.—fuller- a! rites for Floyd Rollins, 46, who di«d Thursday at 11:30 a. m. at his farm home, near White Hall, WB1 he conducted Saturday at 2 p. nft. in Dawdy funeral home, White HalK Burial will be In White Hall cfernetery. RWffiftft, 1#? . Jiiw.il % ••"*-!" hte trtfgj lam: three sans, Keith, And ft brother, Arch , w, Mother, Mrs. L€ni . rollton, ahd his fatftef, New Year's Eve Dance MACHINISTS' CENTER 181 SHAMROCK STREET—EAST ALTON, tLt* PUBLIC INVITED Dance to Jack Steete's Orchestra and Hit Crystal Moonlight Waltz 9 to ? Noise Makers Etc, Admission BOo plug ta* EVERS PAINTING AND DECORATING SIJVOK ,90G . PHONE 2-1J26 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY AT THE Alton Moose Club Rooms BROADWAY AND WASHINGTON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31st ORCHESTRA, HATS AND NOISEMAKERS. Dancing From 9 Till ? MEMBERS AND THEIR FRIENDS INVITED. The Governor Predicts That The Clock Will Stop at 12:01 SATURDAY, DEC. 31st FOB THE GALA NEW YEAR'S PARTY AND DANCE AT WOOD RIVER MOOSE CLUB Howard Meyer's 5-Piece Orchestra 9 to ? NO ADMISSION — NO MINIMUM — NO COVER CHARGE NEW FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGE COOKS FASTER WITH LESS CURRENT! NEW Rooiaiirube Cooking Untt It cooks faster than ever before-and does it with much less current! Its flatter and wider-brings more heating surface into contact with utensils. What's more, it gives you a choice of 5 exact, controlled heats- so you get the same grand results every time. Dtstribates heat evenly a*-any switch position. NEW 36 ''^ ch Buocescen* Lamp brilliantly Ugh4s entire cooking top. NEW h *9 hef back P° nel *M« greater beauty. 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