Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 30, 1949 · Page 11
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December 30, 1949

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Alton fitgft'StfcifiltM!!H8ft had a Ifo-day tadiHc* ttnts -week at ftwttiscv &at tt MOT* ,-_„ .i'itfftMi, lest It, wa* 6ut 6f the championship .light, played anethe? ofl& test It, and wa* out of the consolation competition and -tournament, fhufsaa? nlfcht thfe vadallott - ertdia * fcbrttfltJyV - Moh- mouth eliminated the Sifds from eonsldefatlon, *& the locals test, 46*34. There wfcsn't tod much Altbft could do about the way* Monmouth went about , winning the game. •When the Blfds did succeed In slowing down the Monmouth fast break, then the Hilltoppefs had to contend with the long set shots of the winners, who took advantage of their "eye' 1 fr6m far out to score the majority of their points. The Birds were employing a zone defense through most of the game, but found it didn't work against the sharp shooting Monmouth boys, who had lost to Potomac the day before to be eliminated from championship contert- Hlon. , But There's Two Halves • The Hllltoppers , were m the game for the first half. They, lagged .at the end of the first quarter, 13-10,' and was stllC behind by three points at the half, 24-21. Then along came the fatal third • canto and the Birds were defeath- ered by the hot shots of the Monmouth brigade. Alton could only manage four measly points, in the next-to-last frame, while Monmouth galloped, to. 11 to take a Commanding 35-21 lead. In the last period,' Monmouth guarded their lead, added some insurance and held the Redbirds in check. "'•••,.•... It was J the second "cold" night In succession for the befuddled Birds. . Against Pontiac the night before, they couldn't have -bought a basket from the scorekeeper for a television set. Their spell was continued last night and they made only 13 field^goals/ •...;• Carstens High Fred Carstens was-high man for the Alton' quintet.. He poured in four buckets for eight points. -He was also perhaps the best man on the floor for Alton last night. He was getting most of the rebounds the • Redbirds were getting, when they were getting them. Karl Hoagland came in_ for second honors • with : seven points on a pair of baskets and a trio of .free throws. :,'••' Rod Connor, using, his height, got a couple of baskets and the &*fte ttudftF &i fbtt shots tef si* mot* Alton -points. , , , After indfe thf ee boys, the scot* tog was pretty well teatterM Wftete else could it fee? fa* Hill got two, baskets tat tout points, fcob, Kuhfc ,aftd . Tomm> Holmes eaeA got three jpolnts, Leigh Lawrence* managed to sneak In a bucket some time dur* f»t the game ft* two points, and Bob Collins got & point on free throws. .. Alton's record is now one vt^ tory, eight losses. ' . B» tMK ASSOctATED Tilden Tech of- Chicago upset Centralla and tiny Bradley dumped Danville last night in llli. nols high school basketball tour* nament surprises. Kankakee romped ott with the title at East St. Louis. Highly fav* ored Mt. Vernon won again in its meet, • Tilden's Blue Devils won the Centralia tournament crown by beating - Centralia 42-37 in the final. The championship suggests Tilden may be Chicago's strongest state title threat in years. It was Cefctralia's second loss in 12 M games. Only Mt. Vernon had beaten the Orphans previously. Undefeated "Bradley, from Kankakee county, handed a 58-49 quarterfinal defeat to Danville, the pre- tournament favorite at Paris. It was Bradley's tenth win and Danville's first loss in nine games. Bradley meets Paris today. Kankakee, beaten only by Danville and Bradley, won the East St., Louis. eight-team meet for the second year in a row by beating East. St. Louis 45-42. It was the ninth Win. for the Kays. Mt. Vernon's unbeaten Rams won their ninth of the season, over a Sullivan, team that had lost only orice previously In eight starts. Sparta, West Frankfort and Harrlsburg also entered the Mt. Vernon semifinals. New Trier of Winnetka, LaSalle- Peru, Freeport and Potomac advanced into the Pontiac quarterfinals. New Trier .did it with -a 61-45 i-omp over Edwardsviller-the latter's second loss in eight games. LaSalle-Peru had won only two of six games before slapping down East Moline 49-45. Freeport's 59-49 win over Rushville was expected. Undefeated Athens won No. 11 at Macomb's tournament, beating Western High 48-46., West Aurora was nearly upset by Leyden of Franklin Park in the quarterfinals of the 16 team DeKalb meet, but squeezed out a 5147 overtime win. Rock Island rallied in the fourth period to beat Belvidere 53-44. , , « West Aurora now has won six and lost one, and Rock Island has won eight of 10. Upper Alton 1 Drive In Theater Work on the Star LJght drive- in theater, which _ls under construction on East College; progresses and will be £eady for. opening in April, Joe^Gdldfarb said today. Mild weather has made possible the -continuance of grading and the construction work. Twelve miles of electric«wiring have been placed underground, 115 evergreens have been set and work is being rushed on the 65-foot .tower. Poles seventy five 'feet high make the frame Iwork of .the tower. They have been set at a depth of ten feet in the, ground and the concrete base of the tower will have an overall width of 80 feet. About this will-be set some tall evergreens when work reaches the stage that they" wyi not be damaged. ; Rock has-been placed on that part of' the 24% acre tract that" is to be used until such time as the theater will be enlarged. Later, oil and'chat will be, added to make; a floor. ' '•• . Owners of the theater are Joe Goldfarb of Uptown Theater and Hary Beck "and Charles Goldman of State Theater. Samuel E.-Sanner, v achitect, designed the theater. - ; Methodist Youth Activities Youth of the Main Street Methodist Church are having a Christmas party this evening at the hpnie of their sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Watson, 2612 Judson, There will be recreation, a gift exchange and refreshments • to top the evening. ' • The Youth Fellowship of the church Is sponsoring a Watch Night party at the church to.be followed by a religious service at midnight, ^he time of the recreation hour has ben set for 9 o'clock. At 10:30 lunch, will be ser'yed, then follows Jthe picture, "Make Way for Youth"' and the worship service', ' Real Estate Changes Real estate sales that have been made through the Ell Greer agency include the Spencer Lawllss residence at 3408 Gillham to Ray Thompson, 1016 Marie, Mr. and Mrs, Thoinpson have sold their property to . Mr* Garrett Vantrease of Tlbbett Street. The Lawllss family has bought a residence on Alby Street road, Mr. ana Mr&.H/HrHeba,} of Jel- ferscfn CHy, Mo,, will come to Alton Monday,tp take puggesston of the progeny -$, pggj fcjoronada,' whloh they bought from Paul Ducommun. Mp, Hebal }s'» trans, port truck, driver |pr Shell Toil Co, - Mr. and Mrs, Ducwnimw moyed. to thf home of his parents today, ' , Mr, arid Mrs. Kennrth Penning, who hay« Jw» llytogln^ftn apart- w«>?t eft, fourth gtreet, have IwushJt § RWly^^fljptet^, hpuw at 3508 JNw) frpw Jpnn Rodgefs, , Mf, ne4 Mrs, < Charles, Jngersoll n teavt jgfl tbejr .W»»l?|y?ft W • \'W Charles Viden on State Street in Wood River.' • ; - Gift to Mrs. Mau Residents on Brown Street who have lived there all the time or part of the 39 years that Mrs. Elizabeth Mau has ben a resident there, presented her with a gift this week. Mrs. Mau is a patient at -St. Anthony's- Infirmary since a fall at her home 11 months ago. A hip was fractured in the fall and she is now only able, to be about some in a walker. The gift \yas taken to the Infirmary by Mrs. William Holnian. .Revival at Tabernacle The annual. midTWinte^ 1 revival at Tabernacle fiaptist Church will open Sunday night for' the first 13 nights of the New Year.- The pastor, the Rev. J. R. Johnson will preach and the music .will be di-. reeled by Mrs. Flora Dennis, a gospel singer of St. Louis, and a pianist, which she is bringing with her. -• , - •:• . ,,., .Transferred to Salem Kenneth Kelly, employe of Illinois Belle Telephone Co., has been transferred to Salem, 111., and has been advanced,to the position of plant service foreman, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will sell their property at 3620 Western, before moving to 'Salem. Old-time Dances Square dancing and the old-time round .dances will be featured at the New Year's Eve party to be given Saturday night at IQOF Temple by a committee from the Northslde Boosters and others from Upper .Alton, Godfrey and Wood, River. .Fred Storm, 1411 Seminary, who has called for the dances .given annually for fen years, will be on hand again Saturday night. Lester Geisler and family will provide music, Program at Curdle Baptist The public Is invited to attend a by Monmouth, * * >^ ^ "^«i *t ° % * i M»>«, fc4 '.fS&ALjfr. J..fc. k WKU9XL By Mck Turn ei» home. froth Settle, mr, Itett bt.,28'fd* Seattfe rs. Bertese e*i*eets to be home In The trfp West was a Christmas gift from her sons and-daufhteffe residing <m the west &»«. wwie atfay she will make the acquaintance of another Lee BeneSe born Ded. S to a spnjoid his wife, Me. and Mrs. J, A. feeneze 61 Seattle. The family gmny torn win be Joined on Jaft. 3 by tnethfr soh, Frederick, of Los Angeles. » stationed at *i Baker Mr. ahd Mrs. CHftofd Abraham, 1627 ciawson, are telling friends that their son, Pvt'Mason Abraham, has completed his training at Ft.-Winffeld Scott and has-been stationed with the coast artillery at Ft. Baker, California. Mrs. Abraham, who has been cwef, hostess of the post, Scott Air 2?^:' J] as . bee 1r appointed Service Club Director. She has been at the post for one ahd one-half years. Leaving: *6r Florida 3302 Cdllege. left today for Florida, 'Where they will remain until i when,they win return -i-—• i° put in spring condition Glendale Golf Course on Seminary Road. They have rented their residence to Mrs. Clara Brandon of ?* nef ° rt - MM., and her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Nlederkorn. •Leaving in their autonjobile with a trailer, Mr, and Mrs. DuChemin are going directly to Delray Beach places along the east coast, Their --—-..Patricia, has returned to „ i *— , . havin K spent several days in Alton. Mrs. Simon Sells Grocery The neighborhood grocery which has been operated by Mrs. John w. Simon and her late husband at 901 Washington for 25 years has nnri n M°' d A° f ° rm Sf ne te hb °rs', Mr. and Mrs. George Tate now of Jerseyville Road. They have already taken possession. Included In the sale is. the residence and its furnishings as well as ™ e adjoining store and merchandise The store has been operated by Mrs. Fred Redmond, 910 Washington, and neighbors in the five weeKs since an automobile struck and killed Mr Simon and injured Mrs. Simon. She remains in St Joseph's Hospital and though she is improving, she will of necessity weeks 6 "" 6 8t leaSt three mor ' e Swimming Party " 1 ivT g , i , rls were * uest s of 'n Mallory at Western Mlll- -~. „ Academy Wednesday evening Marilyn is the daughter' of Mrs. K. L,. Jackson of/Western. -Arriving at the academy at 5 ?t, C J^ ck< l he f ir l? swam ln the poo'l then enjoyed dinner and an evening: «* cards. Those at the nartv were Mary Ann Stork, Gloria Krina & Ann Mag.ee. Judy Hast^ Shirley Dietschy, Janice Am- »nH"'^ M t ln ^' *£*? AnnSchurlcht and Marty Hendricks. Move to Centralia ' ; _ Mr and Mrs. Edgar Foss, 1834 hnm ' eft y e f ter fay to make their home in Centralia, where Mr. Foss was transferred' to the' Thrift Hardware store from the Alton store six weeks ago. ' Notes flve -.vear-old dauph- 5» d Mrs " Vernon Jut*« Hill "est, Is improving at Memorial Hosoital, where she was taken Tuesday with virus pneumonia. Vicki Sue .attends Horace Mann TdnderRarten' ... Co '- and Mrs. C. H, Moore, of Western Military Acadamy, will be home Monday from New Orleans where they have been spending a i Arthur A. Brewer .has returned to his home in Hiawatha, Kan., after a visit here wlthh is.'spo'and dalighter-ln,Iaw, Dr.' and' Mrs. A. A, Brewer, 1026 Washington,' Mr. and Mrs. Truman ' Barrow and children' have returned to their home In Clay City, III., after a visit In Alton at the Alva Barnwell home, 2925 Ethel, _ Mr.-- and Mrs, Floyd Foster ami children, Phlllio and Janice, left yesterday for their home in Macedonia, 111., after a visit in Alton with Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Fisher, 2705 College, and with Mr. and Mrs. E.. T, Tipton, 700 Union. Mr. and Mjs, Orville Crowe and three children of Tacoma, Wash arrived. yesterday to visit friends In the area, They were guests to- R °^ Mr> and Mrs " Elzle " Flsh er, 05 College. .Mr. and Mrs. Crowe left Alton seven or eight years ago to make their home in Tacoma, They have established an insurance and brokerage business there. i« u, and Mrs - Paul Johnson, 1016 Washlngtpn, are home from Tole- oo. Ohio, where they spent a few corn, im BY NU gcftvice. INC. T. M. fta.u.». CAT, off. "It just goes to show how"unpredictable women can bet' Church Group to Meet at Graf ton GRAFTON, Dec, 30. (Sp"eclal)~- A group meeting' of .the EJsah, Bethel, Salem, Rosedaie, and Grafton Methodist churches will be held Jan. 8, at 11 a. m., at the Grafton Methodist Church. Dr. M. K, Ross, who has recent-, ly returned jfrom the South India Conference, will speak. Attends Banquet In Missouri GRAFTON—Mrs, Charles Keller and son, Pat, Mrs. J. Robert Mosby and son, Robert, attended the high school alumni association banquet at Louisiana, Mo., Tuesday evening, Mrs. Keller and Mrs Mosby, sisters, are graduates of Louisiana high school. • , ' * Post Office Hours * GRAFTON—The post office: will close Monday, except between 10 and 11 a. m. Campbell Visits Here GRAFTON—S/A Myron . Campbell, stationed at naval air base, days with Mr. and Mrs. R/A. Cosh, Miss Mary Feldwlsch will leave Jan. 3 to resume her studies at. Washington University. She has been spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. 'Feldwisch, 1024 Washington. Bob Day, student at Illinois State Normal University will' leave Wednesday after having been here with his mother, Mrs. W. A. Day, 3129 Edwards. Mrs. Day's sister, Mrs. Elma Mackenzie of Palmdale, Calif.,-who has been visiting in Chicago, arrived yesterday to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Frazier will go to Springfield this evening to remain over the holiday weekend with Mrs. Frazier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson. Ginger Frazier will remain In Alton until Sunday before. Joining the group. Monday, -she will return to take up her work at Milliklh University- Miss Elaine Gallup of Harvard, 111., arrived this evening to remain until Wednesday with Miss Martha Bower, 1800 Washington. Both are students at Illinois State Normal University, and will return to school Wednesday. Marlene, the eight-monthss-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bower, 3311 Leo, was^ taken to St.'Joseph's Hospital yesterday in a serious condition. Marlene has been in Children's Hospital, St. Louis, for lengthy treatments and was brought to her parents home a week ago. Mr, and Mrs, Darrel Moses moved yesterday from a residence on Agnes street to an apartment at 1414 Milton Road. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Jackson have, returned to their home, 924 Main, from a few days visit with Mrs. Jackson's sister, Mrs. Louis Rasse at Marshall, Mo. Mrs. Francis PurcelJ, who has been hospitalized for 142 days, returned to her home, 829 Fullerton, Christmas morning. Though her left side remains paralyzed, she is permitted to have visitors. WITH FASTER, MORE ACCURATE PINSETTING... We Will Be Open fl «N|W YEAR'S EVE" "NEW YEAR'S 1P.M." NO LEAGUES OR TOURNAMENTS Plenty of Alleys No Waiting ; Cfiir 1950 Pricei fqr Saturday*, Sundays and Holidays Memphis, was at the home of'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Campbell, and children, Junior and Janet, from Saturday through Monday. Watch Party GRAFTON—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Callahan will entertain, guests at a watch'party at their nome, New Year's eve. \ Students Homo GRAFTON—Among the students home for the holidays were David Burns, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wls., at the home of his mother and sister, Mrs. Leo Burns and Miss Mary Jane. David was accompanied home by his brother, Robert Burns, Milwaukee, who remained here over Christmas. Stanley Plummer, pre-med student at the University of Louisville is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Plummer and sons, Larry and Tommy. Miss Marion Fluehel, .Alton, senior at Alton Senior High, is^at the home, of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Fischer, Chautauqua, for the school holidays. Watch Service At Meado wbrook MEADOWBROOK, Dec. 39. (Special) — the First - Baptist Church of Meadowbroote- will have a watehfilght patiy New Year's Eve, beginning at 8 p. m. There Will be special speakers and group singing. Each family Is requested to bring sandwiches and cookies for its group. Coffee will be served by the Women's class. Church of God Notes MEADOWBROOK — The Rev. Albert Terry, West Alton, Mo,, will be guest speaker at the Church of God Sunday. He w-lll also be present at the mid-week service. Wednesday ntght The Rev. W. L. Mull preached his farewell sermon last Sunday, The Mull's moved *to Wood River two weeks ago. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold White are expected to return from Florida Jan. 8. Mrs. Frank Taylor, Sunday school superintendent, received a telephone call from them this week. Visit Friend MEADOWBROOK—Mrs. Grovcr Sparks and children, Lyle and Bonnie, spent Thursday afternoon In East St. Louis visiting Miss .Tackle Gray. They had become acquainted with Miss Gray while the Sparks children were hospital patients In East St. Louis. Jackie, a polio patient L there at the time, spent her day cheering and encouraging the children, Her brightness had done so much for the morale of the polio patients, that after her release, the hospital hired her to come In and visit them. Mrs. Sparks stated Jackie Is able to walk now, although it Is neces sary for her to wear braces. Mrs. Sparks and children visited In St. Louis Thursday morning. Miss Ida Mae Edwards, Hlllview. accompanied them, Returns to Work ' MEADOWBROOK—Miss Maxine Cardwell will return to work Monday at Owens-Illinois Glass Co., after being home seven months recuperating from an automobile accident. She moved into an apartment in Upper Alton the first of the week. She had been residing at. the homo of her parents, Mr. and .Ms. Wilson E. Cardwell. Bowl Notes .MEADOWBROOK—Many members were absent from bowling Wednesday afternoon, because of the'holidays. The Plnbusters won two games from a mixed team. Mrs. Freda Walker bbwled high gtme, 145, and Mrs. Gtfaee Bond retains high average with 113. Mefcdowbrook Notes MEADOWBHOOK — Mrs. John Clark and children, Nlta Faye" and David, are spending the holiday week in.Dawson Springs, Ky. They returned with Ray Clark, the children's uncle, who hid been a guest here during Christmas. Clark plans to drive down Friday evening. They will return home Monday. Mr, and Mrs. William Vandella and son, Billy, Temple Hill, Calif., and Edward Vandella, Shlpman, were luncheon guests Wednesday, it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eno Voyles. Miss Ethel Henderson, Alton and Mp. and Mrs. Wllbert Evans, Bethalto, were supper guests at the Voyles' home, Mon* day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Norder visited in Edwardsvllle, Thursday evening, at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baird and Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider. Macoupin Fair Meeting Tuesday CARLINVILLE, Dec. 30. (Spe- clal)—The annual meeting of the Macoupin County Fair Association is scheduled for Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Farm Bureau basement, here. Any stockholder or director unable to attend Is to give his proxy to Fred Kessinger, Wayne Bates, W. L. Schmidt, or Paul Burns, members designated by the president. Observe 40th Anniversary CARLINVILLE.—Mr. and Mrs August Miller, who reside in Brushy Mound township, south of Carllnvllle, celebrated their for- tleth wedding anniversary Thursday. In observance of the occasion, they entertained members of their family at a belated Christmas dinner. Mrs. Miller is the former Miss Lydia Hammann and the couple was married at noon, Dec. 29, 1909, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hammann Brushy Mound township. The Rev William Rlemeier officiated. Mr Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs,' Louis Miller, also of Brushy Mound. Members ot their family who were with them Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. William Werse and daughters, Carolyn and Norma; Mr, and Mrs. Pearl Kramer, Pauline and Arlene; Mr.!and Mrs George Wills, Shirley, Charles, Wanda, Donald and Lawrence); Mr y ChuftJ ..__ j—"Some Cmr$M Afti s the theme of tft , given Sunday ffiofflteg ft tfcf Jst dhurch by the ReV. Lkurei, Grlgg. ,TtoV Observance of the Lorthr SttptttT will be held at the close of tft« ; service. The BYt* wfll meet at 6:30 p. m., the topic being, "t&y Dear Ego." The evening WttrSMp service will be at 7:30 with thi Rev. Grigg speaking on "A SteMy Hand." Student recognition day will bl observed Sunday In the Methodist Church with names of persons at* tending College and universtttet and high school seniors being read. Some of the students will hive a part in the service, at which Urn* the Rev. Marshall. D. Ulm will Speak on the subject, "God's Yea? -M950." Members of the Golden Rule group of the church will have a potluck supper Sunday at 6 p. in. in the church. The Rev. Ray Grummon, Springfield, will be speaker Jan. 10 at a supper meeting and program for board members and their wives or husbands. The meeting will be held in the church. There will be a rummage, food, and handwork sale at the church Jan. 14, sponsored by th« WSCS of the church. 'Forward with Jesus" is the theme of the sermon to be given by Dr. C. C. Benedict at the morn* ing worship service Sunday in tht Presbyterian Church. Jan. 6, ther« #111 be a meeting of the session. Every elder of the church is urged to be present Jan. 8, the first holy communion service of the new year. A family night potluck supper will be held in the church dining room Jan 9 and a movie, "The Salt of the Earth" will be shown. - A dash of sugar and a little soy sauce give -tomato sauce a wel-, come and different flavor. and Mrs. Clarence. Ward, Marilyn and' Joyce, and Mri and Mrs, Frederick Miller, Hauter Buys Jersey Dealership . CARLINVILLE.—Lee V. Hauler, who for the last 12 years hai served as manager of the Ma- couptn Service Co., has purchased the Allls-Chalmers dealership of B, F. Feyerabend & Co., Jerseyvllle, and plans to assume'charge of thi business by Feb. 1. He has tendered his resignation to the service company but will continue duties her*. until a new manager is appointed Dollar you can't beat the the Bull of •" • ia.v*"?,.! ••» *«,", Just one look at the new 19SO Pontiac will tell you that it's one of the top quality cars of the day—a big, beautiful, handsomely"appointed, eye-stopping beauty. And just one look at the price will tell you that it's one of the world's top values— nothing less! Under its hood is an engine famous for power, pick-up, smoothness and economy — whether you choose Pontiac's new, more powerful straight-eight or the famous six, There's nothing quite like the luxurious comfort of a big, roomy Pootiac—every mile is* smooth and easy going. i Come in and order your wonderful u«w Pontiac today—you'll drive it with pride and satisfaction for many years to come]' 5-Passenger Streamliner Six Cylinder Sedan Coupe . Delivered here. , . . Optional Equipment 7i and Accessories available, if you desire, at added eoit, Prices subject to (ban&e Witt* tut notice. Prictf may vary in surrounding communities due to transportation differentials, License, State and Local taxes, & 1752

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