Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1949 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, December 31, 1949
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* "f i. A&SOftf FVBNINO fEL5BQfcAt»M ing rt fte*§* w fo cttrttjW* W create dies—is s talent which has th« ftev, Uttn Sf&itoatn, Wash., «fl .o*ii; fl&* we htt c&Apfteat«$ inwft&i menfs—tnofe th*n 450 bells. Presently fce is staging evaftgeU istie set-vices at thfe Assembly of God Tabernacle, First 'and Jennings. Services begin . at 1-30 p. m. dally And will continue through ft«rt week, the ev&ngeliftic , meetings, are enhanced <tvh«n the Rev. Mallough lifts, clasps, shakes or taps the 420 sl^eh bells- and 32 other bells r&ngiftx from & small turkey type to a two pound cow belt.. But the number of bells it not as remarkable as the ,Rev. Mallough's skill in handling them. He began "tinkering with tlnk- Jing" )n 1942 when he had an urge ttt experiment with hollow metal* ' lie vessels that vibrate and give forth with ringing . sounds, he started \vith cow bells 'and how —<p you bur friends and patrons. And also a wish thai 1950 brings you ihe-besf of everything! HURST POTATO CHIP CO, ALTON, ILL. HARRY ROSIN OS, Prop; . Tfi'e 6t stefgh befls, which w«te Ifclrtri^y ftumfeefretf, hlree B*n ftsftenefl t<S strip* sn« p!*eea on a raclt Id the wimble hartds 6f the Rev. Mallough ckn grasp or tap them ttftWty. Rings Belli Indmaanlly Most ebfigrcgattons gasp when hey first see the evangelist in action, He explain. 1 * that he must handle the bells so (jtilc'-ly, which "nvolves lifting and ringing them ndlvidualty, that spectators feaf he'wilt drop one. But the moM difficult task IS putting each bell back in its cor rect place on the table. Anjthef misconception about bell ringers comes- from radio listeners who ;hink the bells are tapped with lammers. To watch the Rev. Mallough In practice, one becomes aware of the skill he must possess to control so many jingles. He tries to practice dally to keep limber which is necessary to get the right twist to the right tinkle so the vibrations will blend Into the right melody.. tThe bells were assembled in 1942 and possibly from the last batch of metal which could be purchaser before the war. Ordinarily his wife accompanies him with the bells but she. was unable to be in Woot River because of the illness of her mother in Seattle. Young and tall, the Rev. Mallough has staged evangelistic sei vices in Alaska, Canada, Sweden Dorse Puils SURROUNDED BY BELLS^-The Rev. Don Plough, "evahgelist from Seattle, Wash., currently staging services at the Assembly ol God "Tabernacle, First and Jenriings, Wood, River, lifts sorrfe of the 32 cow bells he uses to produce unusual melodies.' Behind him are racks of 420 sleigh bells, which he also jingles', to enhance th'e musical part of his evangelistic services.— Norway, Finland, Italy, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, France, Belgium and Holland as well us each state in the United States, He and his wife entertained troops in Alaska during the war and traveled fo Europe last year. Reft* Welsh 300 Pounds From such an itinerary has ALUMINUM WINDOWS ' Compftf* with Scrctnt and Storm toih 8 STYISS- 25 STOCK SIMS MM f DIMS Wib L. Mager SUPPLY CO., INC. N. 38th St., Belleville. Fh, 5SOO As the cornerstone of a rich net v decade is lowered into place ive wish • our many friends and patrons Happiness and Prosperity in the years - REFRIGERHTIDII . CO. 550 EAST BROADWAY come many problems In transporting the " bells which weigh' 300 pounds altogether.. Once he flew to the interior of Alaska while his wife followed by boat with the equipment. Her boat "broke down" and she had to fly too, which meant sacrificing personal belongings so th'e bells could be curried n her suitcases because of the weight limit of the plane. While Rev. and Mrs. Mallough were In Europe -last year they decided to take a short cut to Fin- and by crossing Soviet occupied territory. When the train arrived at the Russian border, It was halted and a Russian engine hitched to it. Doors %yere locked and windows hoarded' so the trip was like "riding through a tunnel," which led the Rev. Mallough to believe that even if the Russians had nothing to hide, they make a traveler suspicious.' The prevalence of the English language is rather remarkable everywhere you go, according to the Rev. Mallough who recalled B great number of college students, attending his services when he was in the Scandinavian countries, These students were, recognized ' a special type cap they wore and their presence at the meetings amazed the local pastor until he quizzed some of them and found they had , come to hear- English which they were learning in college. Used Interpreter* Interpreters were used in all Rev. Mallough's foreign appearances. In Brussels, Belgium, both a. Flemish and French interpreter were on hand and by the time, the Rev. Mallough paused to let each t ranslate to the congregation he had forgotten almost what he started to say. The 'Rev. Mallough has been an evangelist for the past 14 years, having studied at. the Los Angeles Baptist Seminary. He is a member o£, the Assemblies of. God movement, but carries his evangelistic work to various churches. The Rev. M. M. Brewer is pastor of the local Assembly of God Tabernacle. Meet!UK in Kust Alton • WOOD RIVER—The congregation of the Faith Tabernacle is meeting overy Sunday for Sunday School, nnrning worship, and evening evangelistic services at 161 Shamrock street, East Alton, with the Rev. George Hammett as pastor. Until recently the meetings wer& held at 54 Marguerite street, where the Thursday mid-week services are being conducted at 7:30 p. m. Superintendent of tlje Sunday school is Hursel Weese/i 128 Acton avenue. Mr, and Mrs. William Flack, Waxahachie, Tex., were guests at least Sunday's services and Flack, who is a student, at the Bible School at Waxahachie presented the sermon. Home Department at Roundhou*< WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Rober Tunnell, Edwardsvllle, will speak concerning "Antiques" before member* of the American Home Department of the Wood Rive Woman's Club at the Roundhouse at 1:30 p. m., Wednesday. Chairmen for the afternoon ar< Mrs, J. A. Bowman and Mrs. i Barker. The hostesses include Mrs W. .Tones, Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs L. H. Holland, Mrs. A. C. Hun Mrs. F. W. Bauer, Mrs, C. W Myers, Mrs. R. M. Bell, Mrs. H. B Kincaid and Mrs. R, Schindewolf. WMS at Church WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Roy Thompson win present a chaptct' from the study book entitled "Missions at the Grass Roots" and DOftiSEY, ttee. Si. (Special) — Paptt* will fttui* to Softool, t«*s- fcjr, ttctttte* will b* shown ai h* school hoyse at 8 f>> m. that My. The films will be "The End of Revolution at Battle at York- own," "The, Great Story of Corn," Flight, into Time," and 'The Roy- it Gorge." A- comedy, "Mickey Mouse," will also b« shown. Dofcicy NotM DORSEY — Mrs. W. W. Grable and children of Alton and Mr. and Mtrs. E. E-. Phlllpps, Fosterburg road, spent Thursday with Mr. and Vtrs. Howard Titchenal and (laughers. 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christians, Alton, were supper guests Tuesday of Mrs. Martha Christians and children: Jatnes and Lillian Christian spent several days this week visit* ng their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Schuite, Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Aljets entertained at dinner Wednesday evening. Guests \Vere Mr. anc Harry Homm and daughter 1ft £ft>M!>tltftg <«M* Of clal a«v«rtlsfng posters on alt and btiikWhg*-«n the ground lh«y fcftett dttvtog fecatity ftd flestfby the K*a«tty o! the brdered all Wtstifig; posters down on short notice. . Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Bethalto, and Miss Eunice Homm, Moro. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Edsall and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. John Lang. Colum bla, Mo., and Mrs. Glenn Wrigh of East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Finch, Woot River, visited Mr, and Mrs. How ard Tltehenel and daughters, Tues day. Mr, and Mrs. Lleory Davis anc daughter of East Point, Ga., an his mother, Mrs. Ruby Davis, Be thalto, spent, Tuesday with Mr tors. Arthur Edsafl and dfttrgh- And our many thanks fot your wonderful patronage during 1949 WEGENER'S FOOD LINER Mrs. Glen Herndon votional leader- at. will be de- the regular monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Society at the First Baptist Church, Tuesday afternoon. 41 Atleiid Greene Farm Account School CARROLLTON, Dec. 31 (Special) •— Forty-one farmers who are taking veterans' training in agriculture attended the farm account school conducted Thursday evening by W. H. Brown jr., county farm adviser. The school was held in the Farm Bureau halt and the men were assisted in summarizing farm account books, and analyzing business for the year. Preparation was made for filing of 1949 income tax returns. Read Telegraph Want Ads Official Watch Inspector C. M. & 0. Railroad MARTIN E. HARTMANN WATCHMAKER E. H. COULDING'S SONS CO. 206 W. 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