Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 3
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January 4, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, JAMJABY 4, 1950 ALTON KVKNWO TELEOKAPH William fodd returned Monday to Carlinville where they will resume their studies at Blackburn College. Medora Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge and son, Jerry, spent New Year's In Glendale, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seele. Mrs. F. E. Whltfield returned Saturday evening from a few days' visit with her aunt, Mrs. Kathryn Wilson, Alton. Mrs. Emma Fliescher, Brighton, is spending a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. F. Shields, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt visited In Alton Sunday afternoon with the doctor's sister, Mrs. Howard Bartow. Mrs. Helen Marshall and son, Donnie, Jerseyvllle, were New Year's guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Warner. Couple Moves To Fosterbtirg FOSTERBURG. Jan. 3. - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Raymond moved here Monday, to the home of Mrs. Raymond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gabriel. Raymond, employed in Bunker Hill, and his wife, employed at Trentsch, Gubser, Feldwisch Agency. Alton, plan to build a home in the near future. They lived in an Alton apartment until Monday. Announce Birth of Daughter FOSTERBURG Word has been received here by Mr. and Mrs. John Muessel Mat a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murrel Muessel at Madison, 111., at 6 a. m., Monday. The baby weighed seven pounds three ounces at birth. Muessel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Muessel, Fosterburg, is an instructor of music in schools at New Washington and Henryville, Ind. Fosterbiirft Notes FOSTERBURG — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Means, East Alton, and Miss Audrey Duffey, Mrs. Lula Duffey and Mrs. Ada Duffey, Bethalto, visited Miss Emma Me- Cauley, Thursday 1 evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kiefer, Nokomis, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bernhard and family. Brighton Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marston, Mrs. William Marston, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Franz were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Franz at Ferguson, Mo. Mrs. S. F. Schoeberle spent Thursday with Mrs. Mary Daffey, Shlpman. Guests Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Schoeberle were Mrs. Mary Maples, Newaygo, I Year's In Carrollton at the home Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. I of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rhoads. **""'" ' " — • • Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Spears and family, Deer Grove, 111., visited Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gimlin^ Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilton went to Litchfield Monday morning and met Mr. and Mrs. George Wilton and Mrs. Rosa Wilton, who had been in Pontiac, Mich., with relatives during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schall and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rhoads, Jacksonville, were guests Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tungett and D CONCESSIONAL LEADERS CONFER WITH PRESIDENT- family, Alton, were guests Sunday, ^resident Iruman (seated left) discusses his State of The Union evening of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer address with .Congressional leaders at the White House yesterday morning a short time before the opening of second session of 81st Congress. Vice-President Barkley is seated (righf). In rear (left \1 right) are Senate Majority Leader Scott Lucas (D-III-) House Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex) and House Majority Leader John W. Me/^ _ f / r*v i * \ A r-. t i i. i. ' Well. Mr. and Mrs. William Searles spent the weekend holiday In Modesto with their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Otten. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gilworth and Mrs, Bess Carter were New Year's dinner guests at .the home of Mrs. J. W. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bister, Victory, visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Bister's sister, Mrs. L. E. Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rhoads were here from Wood River Saturday visiting at the home of Rhoads' brother, Irl Rhoads., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith and daughter were guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith. Mr. ahd Mrs. L. C. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tucker, and Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rhoads spent New Drew and family, Plainview. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Well and children spent Friday in Overland, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Well. Dickie Well remained to spend the weekend with his aunt and uncle. Mrs. Louise Koelling, Hoyleton, came Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Nelson. She and her daughters, Jluth and Shirley, who had been visiting their grandmother, returned to their home Friday. Montgomery Stubblefield, jr., retur. ad Thursday and Miss Betty Jean Stubblefield returned Monday from Sarftsota, Fla., where they both had visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stubblefield who are spending the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. Don Snell, Bunker Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. John Down spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Satterlee at Rosamond. Miss Patti Steele, unit girl's athletic director, arrived Monday evening from Bloomington where she spent the Christmas vacation with her parents. Miss Steele Is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt. James Goss, William Hunt and Cormack (D-Mass).—AP V\/irephoto. Bunker Hill Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wlegand and family entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. Philips and sons of Edwardsville and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cooper and Karen, Alton, at a New Year's day dinner. The Ladies' Society of the Congregational Church will meet Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. in the church basement with- the newly-elected officers as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. R. Schreiber, Mrs. Willis Wolff, and Mrs. Lillie Wolff visited Willis Wolff, sr., at Macoupin Hospital, Carlinville, Friday afternoon. Wolff entered the hospital Wednesday for observation and treatment. Mrs. Lester Raymond returned from Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Saturday morning, after being in the hospital a week. §hipman Shipman Notes SHIPMAN. — Robert Barnett, at an oyster supper Saturday eve- Jr, left. Wednesday for Collinsvillt ning at the home of Mrs. Bertha Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilton and daughter, Patty, and Mrs. Emma Patton were guests at a New Year's dinner Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fulton, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Shaw, Meadowbrook; Mrs. W. H. Gimlin and sons, Ross and Frank, Plainview were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gimlin. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warner and family were dinner. guests New Year's day of Warner's mother, Mrs. Nelle Warner. Mr. and Mrs. John Schoettler, Carlinville, were supper guests. to assist his uncle, Harold Hunt and Mrs. Hunt in their move to Galena, Kan. They left for Galena, Thursday, with their household furnishings. Robert will visit several weeks at Galena before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson and children of Elmhurst. spent Friday with Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Reader and grandchildren, Gary and Mary Jane Christopher, visited at Alton, Friday, with Mrs. Reader's mother, Mrs. Lillian Burk. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Kahl and family of Toledo, Ohio, arrived Friday to visit until Monday with Mrs. Kahl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lockyer, enroute to their home after a visit with Kahl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kahl, at Egypt, Miss. Mrs. Lydia Eddington and daughter were at Springfield, Thursday, and Mrs. Jennie Fritz returned home with her sister, Mrs. Eddington, for several days' visit. Mrs. Steve Tobias, Chicago, arrived Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs. W. O. Sweet. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elvus Dossett and family were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Battershell. Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, Al ton, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Talley. Robert Black was a guest of his daughter, Mrs. Jessie Wright and family at East St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Witt and daughter have returned to Mt. Pulaski after several days' visit with Mrs. Witt's sister, Mrs. Stella Lowis. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lister and son were at Griggsville Friday to attend funeral rites for Mrs. L. G. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cameron and .family were guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Breitweiser. Mrs. Alice Thomas returned, home Friday after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Bennett, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black were guests .Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. Roy Davis, and family at Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charles Olmstead and son of Columbia, Mo., visited friends Saturday. N * vw;^^ \TvP?o : s . v T * " ^ . s AV BACK IN PRISON—Barefoot Odus Eaton, 25, right, Stillwell, Okla., back in Arkansas prison after capture by State Poke Sgt. J. H. Porterfield, left, "Doggie" Brown, center, trusty convict. Fa ton is one of four who escaped Tucker prison farm Saturday.—AP Wire- photo. TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" Godfrey Civic Association To Sponsor Fox Hunt Jew. 6 Pcoria Legion Club Robbed of $2381 PEORIA, Jan. 4, (£•>—Three robbers armed with rifles and a club slugged two persons unconscious and escaped with $2381 cash from the American Legion home lounge early Tuesday. The robbers entered shortly before closing time. They forced Walter Bragonier, bartender, and Richard Blerly, the only patron, to face the wall. They looted the cash register and the safe of weekend holiday receipts. As (ho men left, they ripped the telephone from the wall and slugged Bragonier and Blerly. Both were knocked unconscious. Blerly recovered a few minutes later and telephoned police. Both men were taken to a hospital, where they are expected to recover. Couple Wed By Justice Donald C. Mohler, 22, and Miss Betty Mot-man, 21, both of Rochester, 111., but from different counties, were united in marriage here Saturday by Justice Thomas Parker at his office in tho Faulstich building after securing a license from the Alton deputy clerk, Mrs. Lillian McGuan Swain. ter have returned to their home in Midland, Tex., after spending the holidays with Mrs. Stivers parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers of Grovelin street. Miss Edna Mae Waters spent tht weekend in St. Louis with her cousins, Miss Jennis and Miss Alma Waters. Blame feather Mr School Absentees The weather, and maybe th* Christmas holidays, took Itl toll at Alton High. Two member* of the faculty, Miss Julia Snider and MIM Her* undone Robertson, were unable to return to school because of sickness to them or their family. Miss Snider, who spent the noil* days at her home In Cape Olr» ardeau, Mo., was unable to return To her teaching duties because of illness. The Illness of Miss Robertton'i mother prevented her from returning to school. Miss Robert* son's leave of absence wilt be determined by the condition of hei mother. Macy Pruilt, principal, announced Tuesday afternoon thai there were more absentees than usual. But he thought It wai due to the inclement weathei rather than the holiday vacation just enjoyed by the students. Pruitt also announced that then will be no student auembley thli week. The bridegroom was from thi Sangamon County part of Rochester, the bride from Christian County side, the addresses showed. They told Justice Parker thej had heard of him through acquaintances and for that reason ie> lected him to tie the nuptial knot GODFERY Jan. 4.—The Godfrey Civic Association is sponsoring, a fox drive Jan. 7, for men of the township and surrounding territory, who are interested. All men who want to participate in the event should be at the Godfrey Civic Center building at 9 a. m. to register. Only shotguns will be allowed to be taken on the hunt. Lunch will be served at the Civic Center 'by the ladies of the Civic Association at noon. The afternoon registration will be at 1 p. m. Possibly five areas will be covered during the course of the hunt, and the men will be taken to the starting places by truck. Because of the nature and seriousness of the event, no person under the age of 18 will be permitted to carry a gun. It has been reported that fox are plentiful in the surrounding farm- lands. Anyone wishing to rtnow more about the event may query Enloe Waters or Harold Buettel. Boy Scout Troop 45 Elect* GODFREY—Godfrey Boy Scout Lroop No.45 met at Godfrey School Thursday evening, and during the Business session officers were elected as follows: Assistant scoutmasters, Burdette Hazelwonder, Jerry Myers; senior patrol leader, Herbert Maxeiner; hike and quartermaster, Earl Hazelwonder and Eugene .Cope; librarian, William Tucker; secretary and treasurer, Jack Myrs; patrol leaders, William Ivester, Robert Cowser, Louis Kenyon. The boys spent a social hour after the meeting. Scoutmaster is Chester Parrot t. Woman's Club Pimm Potluck Dinner GODFREY—The "Get To Know Your Neighbor Club" will hold its January meeting at the Godfrey Town hall Thursday Jan. 5. The hostesses will be Mrs. John Droste and Mrs. Claude Marshall. The women will serve a potluck dinner at 12:30. They are sponsoring n membership drive and any Indy interested in the club may attend this meeting. Horticultural Society to Meet GODFREY—The January meeting of the Horticultural Society will be held in the social hall of the Godfrey Congregational Church Thursday, January 5 with a potluck dinner served at noon. A business session will follow. Godfrey Notes GODFREY — Mr. and Mrs. George Benson have returned to Menden after spending a week with Mrs. Benson's sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. B. G, Waggoner. Miss Bess Lemmon and Miss Sadie Waggoner were guests, Monday at the Waggoners. Mrs. Betty Strivers and daugh- MV ^^vtt OT ^VJ^v Wf *• own new round shape... our enchanting circle in a new flower form... Hand printed on sheer cotton and finished with tiny scallops... new spring colors of course. MAIN FLOOR Sensational "SUIT WEEK 212 Better SUITS §LASHED PRICE! Now and Collected from all 0 Lytton Stores . . . It'! the rait bay af the year: ... A tjuaerb Tewaley Suit Celleetlea that Inelaaett Met a few Mattered edda awl endu, bat a COMPLETE Make your election early. •ELECTION ef bright NEW STYLES, F %BKIC S, COLORS and a COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES. Tate l« the value event you've been waiting for f •• Lytt tf 4 ^^ ^^** _n~ _g"^ os ,T

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