Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 7
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January 4, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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JANUARY 4, two AtTON KV1N1NO TELEGRAPH Woodburn Churrh Names Officers wOODBURNf, J«rl, 4 —(Special) The followinii officers for Wood* burn Congregational Sunday school for 1950 have been reflected: Mrs. George Rose, stip^rinten- dent; James drowder:, secretary; Charles Walter, assistant secretary; Mrs. Jlelvin Bvlhs, treasurer; Mrs, James Crowder, pianist; Mr*. Edwin Walter, assailant, pianist; and Mr*, fompson Loyd, cradle roll superintendent- Congregational Meeting WOODBURN — the Woodburn Congregational Chutch monthly meeting will be at the home of Mr. ati'd"Mrs, Otto Buns, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Postpone Telephone Meeting WOODBURN—The annual meet- Ihg of the Woodburn Telephone Co. was postponed from Dec.'31 to Jan. 9, at 7:30 p.m., because of small attendance. Womlbiirn Notes WOODBURN — Mr. and. Mrs. Earl Davis and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bullman and Naomi and Donnic Sanner, South Woodburn, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen helping Mrs. Hansen celebrate her birthday. Carolyn Warr has returned to her home In Brighton afteu spending a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Leonora Elliott and daughter, Lillian Elliott. Woodburn .school re-opened Tuesday after the holidays. Miv and Mrs. Stephen Woods and .children spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Egelhoff and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Woods at Piasa. ' Mrs. Otto G. Buhs spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Unverzagt at Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winselwere dinner guests New Year's at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunstedter, Edwardsville. Miss Mayme Smith, and brother, Tom, of West* Woodburn called on Mr. and Mrs. James Sfiith, Saturday. Miss Evelyn Strohbeck and Miss Roberta L'owe, Pine Lawn, Mo., spent the weekend with Miss Strohbeck's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winsel. New Year's dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. Buhi were the Rev. Carl J. Johnson, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buhs and son, Terry,' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oldenetile and daughter, Kayellen, Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Woods and children visited Woods' mother, Mrs. Celia Woods in Jerseyville, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. Buhs, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buhs and son, RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH Creomulsioo tdie vei promptly DCCIUM it goet right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen «nd expel germ laden phlegm and *id nature to soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couf ni.Chest Colds, Ironchitii ^gBfB^lt^^RF*FW&>f^******''"**^ f ^* f v f -'-* f *^'- l *" u ' ltv ^- m **^^- ;r ' r *^'-™^ •"••••—•"••-••' ACCCN.T IS ON STYLI'IN 1*50 CHRYSLER MODELS—The Chrysler 1950 New Yorker four- dodr sedan,.with restyled longer rear fenders, more massive bumpers, new radiator grille, better visibility from the larger rear Window and powered by the 135-hp. $pitfire engine, The new Chrysler may be viewed tomorrow at Rexroat Motors, East Broadway, Alton. , ______ Conduct Backs Rites at Worden WORDEN, Jan. 4—(Special) — Funeral services for Ernest Backs, 62, Carpenter, who was killed Saturday evening when struck by an automobile at. Hamel, were held Tuesday afternoon at Marks-Weber Funeral home in Edwardsville. The Rev. C. L. Peterson, pastor ot Immanuel Methodist Church, Eclwardsville, officiated. Mr. Backs was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Backs. He is survived by his step-mother, Mrs. Sophia Backs; three brothers, Edward F. Backs, Albert L. Backs and Harry F. Backs, Carpenter. Burial was in St. James cemetery, near Edwardsville.' Announce Engagement WORDEN — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klunk, Worden, announce the engagement of their daughter, Myra, to Leroy Druey, son of Mr. and Mrs'. Druey, Gillesple. Miss Klunk is a junior at Illinois State Normal University and Mr. Druey is a senior at St. Louis University. Kntertnined With Party WORDEN — Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dittes entertained members of the latter's card club and their husbands with a party at their home New Year's night. A six o'clock potluck. supper was served. Cards furnished., entertainment. Honor scores • were held by Mrs. Earl King, Mrs. George S. Birmingham, Mrs. Joseph Klunk, Harley C. Gwyn sr., William Emrich, and Otto H. Dittesi Undergoes Tonwlleotoiny WQRDEN — Jimmle Ooton, 10- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, James Ooton, underwent a tonsillectomy operation at St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield, Saturday. He returned Sunday. I3N Working on Code Of Human Rights LAKE .SUCCESS, Jan. 4. UP)— Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt says that despite the cold war she and Terry, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oldenettle'at Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Raymond and Michael Duene were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lenze and son of Carlinville, New Year's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Day entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Stanka and family of East St. Louis, over the weekend. Medora Mr. and Mrs. Strait Elliott and daughters, Cottage Hills, spent Sunday night and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKlnney. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Downs and son, of Kane, were New Year's day guests of Downs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Downs. Miles Christopher and son, Gary, Shipman, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Challacombe had as New Year's guests Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berth/old,' St. Louis, Charles Challacombe, Shipman, Mrs. Hattle Storey, Miss Ethel and Harry Challacombe and Frank Chism. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alward and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Walden and son were New Year's guests of Mr, and Mrs Forrest Quackenbush. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chism and son, Bobby, spent Sunday with Mrs! Chism's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Howard Plogger, at Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Searles, Alton, called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Robinson. Bill Wlnslade, Shipman, was a weekend guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith and daughter, Alice Marie, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Griffith. Charles Challacombe, Shipman, was a guest in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cllne and family, Brldgeton, Mo., spent the weekend holiday with Cline's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cllne. Sunday afternoon they all motored to Girard and called on Mr. and Mrs. James Pritchett. Mrs. Hattie Storey is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. T. K. Challacombe. at Victory. Mr. and Mrs. Elston Gaffney celebrated the 1 third birthday of their daughter, Peggy, Sunday evening with a supper. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Maska. Mrs. Frank McKlnney and children spent Saturday in Jerseyville others in the United Nations' are wo»king on a code of human rights which she hopes will work some day. ' Her views on the usefulness of the work she is doing now jin the United Nations were given late yesterday at a news conference in which she • explained the United States Ideas on a proposed covenant on human rights. She spoke as U. S. member of the commission and not as the commission chairman. with Mrs. Lloyd Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Elliott and son, Morris, visited Sunday afternoon in Alton wtlh Mr. and Mrs. Myron Smith. v Mrs. LUzie S,;ael h' and son, Billy, Decatur, and Misses Sadie and May McAHney, Hagaman, were supper guests New Year's Day of Mrs. Cassie Ruyle. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walters, Overland, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wheat, St. Louis, visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tober. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner were weekend visitors in Alton with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Conrad. Mrs. Cleda Rhine, Ernest Lockyer, Chesterfield, Misses Beverlej and Dixie Lynch, Wood River, and Mrs. Meda Tober were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ruyle. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited and family spent New Year's in Edwardsville with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rich and family were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Powell. Miss Marie Turner spent New Year's in the home of her sister Mrs. James Wilton. . Elmer Calverd has been visiting in Chicago with her son, Ebert Calverd. Mrs. Mela Tober and y grandsons Billy and Clifford Rtiyle, spent Monday in Wood River at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zeph Lynch. They took Misses Beverley and Dixie Lynch home after a visit In the Tober home. Shipman Shipman Note* SHIPMAN. — Mr. and Mrs, James Inman, Jerseyville, were Monday guests of Mrs. Inman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hansen. Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Shultz were at Bunker Hill, Monday, the guests of Mrs. Shultz' parents, Mr and Mrs. Wesley Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blotna anc daughter spent from Friday untl Monday with Mrs. Blotria's sister Mrs. Wayne Hill, at Decatur. Mrs. Harold Barnett and Infan son, Harold Lee, returned Satur day from Alton Memorial Hospl tal. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ringering Alton, were guests Monday o Ringering's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ringering. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meredith and son of Jerseyville were Sunday guests of Meredith's parents, Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Darr and CdUNTY BUYS SNOW PLOWS—Four snow plows vvero'purchased by Madison County anticipating a snowfall which will require their use on some of the 180 miles of county roads. They will operate iti pairs and on each truck on which they are fitted will be a load Of cinders in case they are needed for hills. Two of the shovels are reversible and can be set from the cab to throw the snow either way. In the photo are E. J. Wade, assistant superintendent of highways; Assistant Supervisor |ohn Carr of Alton, on committee of roads and bridges; H. A. Kluge, superintendent of highways; Walter Whyers, foreman.—Staff photo. •• daughter were dinner guests Sunday of Darr's brother, Floyd Darr, and fajnlly. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and son of Wood River spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Shanks. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shultz and Albert Shultz were weekend guests of the men's brother, C. M. Shultz and Mrs. Shultz at Evans- vllle, Ind. Dr. Dow Baxter, Ann Arbor, Mich., visited Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Baxter, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Darr and daughter were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Erschel Matthews and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Christopher, Medora, and Mr, and Mrs, Fremont Reader were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Christopher and family; Gary Christopher returned to Me'dora with his grandparents for a visit, Monday. Mr. and- Mrs. Everett Travers and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Cameron and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Cameron and daughter, and Miss Elsie Lynch were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron, Carlinvllle, at an oyster' supper. Miss Alta Meier was a guest Sunday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bohlmeyer, who took her to Litchfield, Monday, where she took the train for Pana, tb resume her teaching post at Pana High School. Miss Sylvia Meier and Miss Jean Freehersyser attended a surprise party Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fenton Miles, honoring the eighteenth birthday of Miss Betty Fenton. Hugh Harding, Carlinville, occupied the pulpit at Harmony Baptist Church, Sunday. Pralrletown PRA1RIETOWN. — Edward Weishaupt, Bunker Hill, is visiting with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weishaupt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stiegmeyer, St.. Louis, visited relatives here Sunday. David Lee and Wanda Kay Knoche visited their grandmother Mrs. Frieda Knoche, Saturday night and Sunday. Joe Aullch is spending the week visiting with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Au- j lich, jr., and family and his son-in-i ; law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Aldo Zanotti and family in Bul, pltt. | Mrs. Louise Crabtrec returned to 1 her home in Edwardsville Monday j ' evening, after visiting with her i son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crabtree. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coatney and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coatney and daughter of Bunker Hill visited Mrs. Coatney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoche, Monday evening. here will be entertainment, and film shown in the Lutheran School today at 7:30 p. m. List New Brighton Post Office Hours BRIGHTON, Jan. 4. (Special)— The local post office will again open at 7:30 a. m. and close at 5 p. m. beginning Jan. 1. The office will not be open Sundays and will open at 8 a. m. and close at 10 a. m. on holidays. Three Fire Runs At Bunker Hill Australia faces a age. "gas" short- Jollll Emery Home Badly Damaged BUNKER HILL, Jan. 4. (Spe- 0 i a D_The Bunker Hill fire department answered three calls In the 24 hours beginning Monday noon. First call was to the home of George Gugger for a flue fire. The blaze had been estinguished on arrival. The second was at 7:30 p. m. when neighbors discovered fire at the home of John E. Emery, who s a member of the fire department. He was out. of town and was not located until after the fire had been put out. The inside of the home was destroyed and extensive damage was caused to the exterior. The family lost most of ts personal belongings. Tuesday morning the 'depart: ment. was called to the city water works, where wires were on fire. Sixth Birthday Celebration BUNKER HILL — Larry Baker entertained Garry Morrison, Derald Bruckert, Carol Ann Mahoney Janet Sue Buhs, David Hale, Keith Knibb, Skippy Meyers, Malchus Jr. and Beverly Baker with ft party Monday afternoon In observance of his sixth birthday. After games and the opening of gifts, Mrs Malchus Baker, mother of Larry served refreshments. Move Into New Home* BUNKER HILI^-Mr. and Mrs Tom Williamson moved Monday, n the home they recently pur» hased from Mr. and Mrs. Lowell enkins. The Jenkins moved Sit- rday Into the Otto Kierle houst nd Mr. and Mrs. Acunicus will •nove into the home vacated by tH« Williamson's. WSCS Family DkmMr BUNKER HILL—The Women'! .Society of Christian Service will lave its annual family dinner Thursday In the church basement, All members of the church are In- •Ited to attend during the afternoon meeting. Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Ross, who will be guests at the dinner, will speak. Dr. Ross, Is a missionary from India will also speak at a meeting in the church auditorium at 7:30 p. m. to which the public Is invited. Shipman Methodists will join the service, Raft to Bntor HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 4. (At—Ae. tor George Raft is scheduled tt undergod a gallstone operation today In Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. His physician said Raft had been suffering from the aiment several months. l.ilirrnl Triulr-In Allow »nr«- FRIGIDA1RE ( ciiiipli-li- l.inr Kii-\ Term SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. •H U I l,K<il >.<>> \\ ^ \\OOI) Kl\ I.It III I'll ONK t '('ill FRESH BREAD BUTTER KRUST BREAD JS RUSHED FROM OVENS TO STORES TWICE A DAY! m w~ BAKING AND DELIVERY SCHEDULES INSURE BUTTEI MUST BREAD IS Fresh as Can Be! Girls' Apparel Famous Name Girls 9 Coals, Legging Sets, and Slack Sets '10 ..,'21 Dresses Skirts and Sweaters 2 *** 3 Blouses •1 Wool Jacket* '4.- '6 Lytton's ^x> 9k^ f *j& M G^ . t

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