Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1949 · Page 3
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December 31, 1949

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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it mm >, ft«*r •" " ..'..-.«^,-c...+ On 2 Counts . Bffl lef, marshft); tor; Scfel, W^fte ft ifbse to hi* kissed her during the MM Janet a &*e»&fty t » .ftotiorifig , the of tte bop, forced 6f . Ottry was Seated as ftn<r wai Isttotted to Mlss.fatsy Aleste. . othet elective • officers arid thefr sscsm ivere Bef t seaga, sen* |6t tfau&eliof, esCoftffd by his' '*i* tt, Illtfk Ahfl Seagb! Roger Roth, Jufilor eotthcllor, (escorted by Miss Joetta Men^ttg; Bill H611ftdfcy, chaplain, e-scorted by Miss Ss£ bars Edwards. ApprfAtlve officers Installed were Kettfty Dugan, treasurer; Jack be- Cdutcy, sr. deacon; Bill Wahie, • r '.. eftcoMi 3ett >**te Kamp, senior , Llttta 1 «wft iffetmhg master coaifettor arid wal pf*sf«tM the past master's fsfft by ffwKi ovefy. Wltyne Arlftld w^» ihstaffifif tiiB* cer; ttetb My, Sr. council®: defte f^sset, J*. cOttriclldri F^d Schriei- der, rhatalf*!,' and Pottm ftlhfc^ hflusen, senior deacon. Miss Janet Horn saftg, "Always" for the master cottflCilor as he took his statten, and selections during the service were given by a Rainbow choir dlre'ct&l by Miss Joan Cull, cornposed_of Misses Patsy Coombes, Shirley Armstrong, Joan Foster, Joan Westbrook, Janet To Our Friends in Alton and Vicinity and ; in Jersey, Greene, Calhoun, and Madison Counties t • , '•.''.•' WE EXTEND OUR HEARTIEST WISHES 'FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR We live in a wonderful and prosperous area. Let us aJI strive to improve it in 1950. GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY YOUR COMMERCIAL STATIONER. ttftg and "Lo^fe sends a Little dm of *ttfl«| Jh^ setvie*, bns MfS. ^; tJ. Btbttaday, had thtee sons in the group aftd w«u ifcrplerti of ihtise foses and three kisses from 'her boys. Dftftdrrt wis Enjoyed during th« social hour and members ot the Mother's- Circle served refresh* rnents. VlsK Post-Dispatch JERSEWitLfi.-Joseph Arflold sr., and cliildfen, ^tarcheta, bo- rene, "and Joseph Paul jr., went to St. Louis Wednesday where they were guests of the Post-Dispatch during a conducted tour of the paner's printing quarters. Forme* Resident Visits Here JERSEYVtLLE — 'Miss Mary Lou Hedgcock, a student at Blackburn College, Carlinville, came to Jerseyviile Friday to remain over the weekend as guest of Miss Doris Parsell at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Stuart Parsell. Miss Parsell is on vacation from her studies at MacMurray College, Jacksonville. 1949 has been a year of achievement, and it is our sincerest wish, and hope.that 1950 will be another great year, and that it will also hold in store for you and yours many of those things which you have long desired. imbalance Semite flLTOn . . . UlOOORlVEM ... safes ot Russeil-Mnier .«, Co. and Jersey County GMfn C& were not trarglarl*ed gattftfc *»faf of the offices earfy *htSfstfajr fttOrtttag. The safes h6WTe%&, fst«l?ea "damage frotn effort of the burglars. A SafVfe*P«it ftotn St. Louis Caifid *0 Je1My&yv1jj$ Ifttc ihtfftsfdiiy evening and* succeeded in opening the two safes. At the dthef two places entered, the. burglars were mote fortunate. They got ttottt 460 fifdni the Vault of the county clerk's office and about J& ftohi the safe of the Gulf, Mobile & Ohl0 offices. Fingerprint experts fforn the Illinois Bureafc of Crirfllttal Men* tlfleatioh, came here ThurSflay and obtained, fingerprints at the four places entered" by the burglars. Guests of Dr. and Mrs. fir use JtERSEVyiLLB — Mr, and Mrs. Ed Plnney and son, Russell, Greenfield, and the latter's daughter, Miss Betty, a student at Illinois State Normal University, Normal, were guests Thursday of Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Kruse In this city. Dr. and Mrs. Kruse have Just returned from Urbana, where they were holiday guests of the former's son- in-law and daughter, Professor and Mt-4 Helmut Render, Professor Render is head of the German department at the University of Illinois. Elks Plan Special Night JERSEYVILLEr-The Jerseyviile Elks Lodge is planning an "Old Timers Night" for the evening of Jan. 3 in i,ts club rooms. There will be an initiation and refreshments. Injures Finger .TERSEYVILLE — Frank Drury suffered an injury to the middle finger of his left hand while working at his occupation as a carpenter Wednesday. A portion ot the finger was cut offc- The finger was injured in a similar manner about a year ago when the tip was severed. Jerseyviile Notes :fiRSEYVILLE N — Richard Tendick and David Overy went to St. Louis Friday evening to attend the production at .the American Theater. Mrs. Prentiss D. Cheney was removed from her residence here Friday morning to Alton Memorial Hospital by Jacoby Brothers ambulance. Paul Nltschke, who has been ill for several weeks in an Alton hospital, was brought to his home here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Neely motored to Jacksonville, 111. Thursday to 'visit with the latter.'s sister, Mrs. Sarah Scrlbner. Miss Sally Coonrod will return Jan. 4 to Normal, to continue her Our wishes for 1950 are based on the sound progress burit .during the first marvel-producing years of our C en t u r y. They are wishes that the second fifty years of the 20th Century carry on this wondrous advancement with methods and means for better, happier living for all of us! • ALTON spent itudie nols. ., ! _ T -,™™^ (Jll , . W MI ji_m iwipwnHempmgmfnBRRWHIIilii «W^-W |l| 'HT 1%. ' I '***_.,,' f •• jgm?t ^Bk.t , Bt^. *iV -i ' lMfcK:SIW!MiM MEATS - - , Available was AiWft, ffl Jacofey Mfiss Matt feUen Tracy, who has tft* ItoW&n ntfe at «ws sj. M* patents, Mri ftM Mrs. Tr«*y, will mum to Chant- to continue net the Untvewity 6i till- Sweden is one of the most countries ift the wotld. lets^y Sedtnoti Spends Vole Season *t Naples JElftSEYVlt.Lfi, fceft. 31.—(Sp*" etel>-$««Jrtm Story W. ffotf&s Jr., 466 Gtddlngs avenue, spent Christmas with other members of the crew of the cruiser, Des Motnes, at Naples, Italy. Plans were made for the crew of the toes Molnes to play Santa Clfitia to a group of underprivileged Children of Naples. Holiday highlights consisted of a turkey dinner, a program of carols, movie cartoons reflecting the Christmas spirit and a visit from Santa Claus gifts. Each c hnd \vas also ta&efi eft ft the *ftip. Rainbows To Install id Ja&unt y JERSEYVILLE, Bee. 31, {Special)— Elective and appointive officers of the terseyvllle Assembly Order of Rainbow Girls will be Installed at a meeting of the organization Jan. St. Elective officers are Mist Barbara Edwards, worthy adviser; Miss Margaret Isrlnghatisen, associate adviser; Miss Patsy Alexander, charity; Miss Linda Boner, Glenftdorll 1 Mdor* _ teethe Boyhtoft, «ftie<s$r Mrs. MoSrl. marriage of t Sept. 2, 194S. .rj <•»> KS-su&ifi' Calfornift 000 tons of ralsfflj! Golden Milestone of The Twentieth Century .. .Time now to pause, and contemplate the wonders that have come to pass since the dawn of this Fabulous Twentieth Century ... when Dad was as young---or younger, than the lad at your side. ... Time now to ponder the dividends—in terms of the higher standard of living that we are reaping from the effort and savings so wisely invested, these past fifty years. ._*... What wonders lie ahead for each*o'f us, and our .children, will depend in a large measure upon how wisely we invest the fruits of our daily earnings. Let us always remember, that a little saved this week ... a little saved next . , . all adds up to an investment in tomorrow! A Very To AH ;a GROWING WITH ALTON FOR 41 YEARS Highland and Gold Sts, - M. ~' (i /^rsli « ' fr <M". >4v ' ^ •> , M .HS

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