Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Principia Starts Winter Quarter ELSAH, Jan, 4. (Special)—The Principia College opened Its winter quarter with classes at 9 a. m., today. HludenU from the village Include Charles Hathaway, jr., David Clark, Ray Skinner, and Foster TreVtorgy, seniors; Errol Campbell, •ophornore; Faculty, Robert Le- Clalr arid Theodore Houpt, Kngllsh department, and Ernest H. Lyons, chemistry. Upper and lower schools at The Principia, St. Louis, re-convened this morning, following the holidays. Among those from Elsah attending the former are Edwin Rhoads, sophomore, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Rhoads, and David Lyons, freshman, son of Professor and Mrs. Ernest Lyons, both resident students. Attending the lower school of The Principia College campus and commuting dally with Mrs. Howard Mitchell, assistant teacher In the lower Intermediate classes, are Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell's children, Johnny, second grade, and Janetha, fourth grade; Jacqueline LeClair, daughter of Professor and Mrs. Robert LeCIalr, of the village, fifth grade; and Eleanor Ford, daughter of professor and Mrs. Clayton D. Ford, of the , campus kindergarten, Grade School He-open* ELLSAH. — The Elsah Village School opened Tuesday morning. The upper room re-convened with full attendance of 20, The lower room had two absentees, both first graders, out of its 25 pupils. They were Elena Diaz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diaz, who Is recuperating from the measles, and Kathryn Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lane, who has the whooping cough. ElMth Note* ELSAH.—Roy Stone, USN, who was at the home of his parents at Alton for the holidays, and his sister, Miss Jacqueline Stone, visited their aunt and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvllle Winchester and son, Leroy, several days, Mrs. Ruth Rider, Spanky, Is a houseguest of Mrs. Winchester and family this week. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Houpt returned Tuesday from Tulsa, Okla., where they were on a four- day trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stueck, St. Louis, were at their home here over the New Year weekend. Mr. and Mrs. David Clark returned Friday from Detroit, Mich., where they were with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jervls B. Webb for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hadlcy and children, Jimmy and Bruce, visited the former's family, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Sommers and son. Tad, De- oalur, Monday. James Koenig, St. Louis, was •n overnight guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Hadley, New Year's eve. Rodney Croxford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy Croxford, Graftorf road, returned home having been at the country home of his grandmother, Mrs. Kitty Croxford, for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kelley spent New Year's day with Mrs, Kelley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Timpe, McClusky. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adney had for guests Monday, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Adney, and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cason, Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diaz and children, Bobby, Cecelia, and Elena, had as guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eskridge, St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thompson and daughters, Betty and Hazel Jyne, visited Mrs. Thompson's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lu- mle Scoggtns, and children, Stanley and Eleanor, Fayette, New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Unverzagt and children, Larry, Joyce and Stanley, Fosterburg, were New Year's 'day guests of Mrs. Unver- eagt's sister and family, Mr, and Mrs. Erbte Bryant and sons, Dale and Marvin. Mrs. Harold Bryant returned Friday from St. Anthony's Infirmary, Alton, where she had been a patient for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hathaway, jr., returned from Denver, where they visited Mrs. Hat ha way's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Starr Yelland tor the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyons and sons, David and Marshall, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyons, sr., Evanston, for several days during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, veteran's apartments, The Principia, had for holiday guests, Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Josephine Fox, St. Louis. Loves Park Police, Fire Chief Reinstated ROCKFORD, Jan. 4 <*•> — The city council of nearby Loves Park voted last night to reinstate their suspended police and fire chief after Mayor Frank Larson had fired him. The chief, Roy York, had been under mayoral suspension since he was charged with assault for hit ting a man at his home Dec. 26. At a hearing before a magistrate, York was acquitted of the charge but Mayor Larson at that tlmo ordered the suspension continued. The council voted, 6-2, last night to override the dismissal. York had been accused of hitting Kenneth Bryden during an argu* ment. Bryden said he had gone to the chief's home to protest an order forbidding removal of his spn from a hospital without notice to authorities. Voting Adults Plan Program MORO.—The young adult group of the Presbyterian church has planned a special program for It* meeting Friday evening in the social room of the churcfc. A pot luck supper will be served preceding the program. Thursday the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meet for Mi all-day quilting in the •octal room of the church. 48 Coal Mints In State Closed NEW 1950 OLDSMOIILES NOW ON DISPLAY— Oldsmobile's famous Futuramic Styling reaches a new peak of smartness and luxury in this 1950 Series "98" Four-Door .Sedan with the lowest and widest Fisher Body design ever offered by Oldsmobile. Wide vision is provided by a broad one-piecs windshield and a rear window which extends around the sides in a graceful sweep, accenting body lines The new models may be seen at Walz Motor Co., Alton,-and Ray Motor Co., of Wood River. North Alton Clifton PTA to Meet The Parent-Teacher Association of Clifton Hill School will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the school, 8un»hine Clasi Meeting Sunshine Class of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Tuesday evening at the church. The Rev. Marshall W. Rice introduced t ; "Bible-Book-of-the- Month" program with a message on the Book of Daniel, the January Book-of-the-Month. The group honored Mrs. William Rogers, the Rev. Rice and Willis Lovejoy, who have had birthdays since the past meeting. Durlnn HIP brief business session, Mrs. Lovejoy, who was elected to succeed herself as president of the class for the coming year, announced her resignation from that post. A nominating committee, Howard Colburn, Mrs. Ed Hagen and Mrs. Roy Cason, was named to find a candidate to fill the vacancy. The officers served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Installation Feed Monday The Northside Boosters will have their first annual Installation feed at 6:30 p. m. Monday at the shelterhouse. The newly-elected officers will be honored and installed before the regular January business meeting, which will follow the supper. Reservations and the evening's program are being handled by the club's social committee, headed by Clarence Edgell. Elect Officer* Mrs. Charles Foster was elected president of the Boosters Auxiliary at their meeting Tuesday afternoon at the shelterhouse. Other officers named for the coming year were Mrs. Henry Reining, vice-president; Mrs. Richard Sweatenham, secretary; and Mrs. Clarence Heat on, treasurer. Mr*. Foster will name her committee I appointments at the next regular J meeting. j The group made plans for a card , party, which will begin at 7:30 I p, m,, Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the shelterhouse. Proceeds of the event will be used to complete the winter and spring program at the shel- terhouse. The next regular meeting will begin with a covered dish luncheon to be served at noon, Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the shelterhouse. Honored on 84th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs.. James Martin were guests of honor at an anniversary party Sunday evening at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mather Luly of 2514 State street. The Martins will have been married 34 years on Jan. 6. Relatives and friends were In at* t.endnn''f at the party, Prayer for Revival Program The members of the Church of God are continuing their prayer for revival program throughout the week. The congregation has been asked to set a short period for prayer at noon each day throughout the week. The program will continue through the t services Sunday. The mid-week service at the church will begin at 8 p. m. Thursday at the church. Postpone Meeting Carnation Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, has postponed its meeting set for tonight to a week hence, Jan. 11. The program intended for this evening will be presented at that time. Meeting place Is the DUV Hall. Ladles' Aid Business M«etinf Ladles' Aid Society of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have their business meeting In conjunction with the all-day quilting session Thursday at the church. The primary choir of. the Elm Street church will practice at 3:30 p. m., Thursday, at the church. The Junior choir will meet at 4. The senior choir will practice at 7 p. m. Thursday at the church. Congregational Meeting Postponed The congregational meeting of Elm Street Presbyterian Church has been postponed until next Wednesday, Jan. 11. Eldred ELDRED.— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adcrton and granddaughter, Janet, of Hardin, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blommcr and sons of Columbia, Mo., were recent supper guests of Mrs. Mary J. Bormnn and Mrs. Jar.Se Wiles. Callers were Mrs. Clyde Borman, Mr. and firs. Art Nor'hwa.v and i>o r > of Wood River, Mr. and Mr*. K'.rl Allen nnd dn hhlt'r of East Alton spent Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Camerer. and family. I'amerei, \vh.-j has been ill for some time, plcns to en.tr a Jacksonville hospital for treatment during the week. Olln Shuler, who is employed at Crescent electric plant at Quincy, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Shuler. New Year's day guests at the home were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schneeberger of Taylorvllle. Pedie Aderton of Hardin spent the past week with Dale Wiles. Sunday evening dinner guests of the Sherman Kraushnar family were Mr. and Mrs. William Is- ringhnusen and daughters of Delhi, and Lloyd Vlnyard of Manchester. Harold Brannan has succeeded Elwood Matheny as janitor of the Buptist church. Mr. Matheny resigned the position because of poor health. Mrs. Mary Fox and daughter, Mrs. Nina Woods, attended funeral services for Floyd Rollins at White Hall Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McAdams of Haypress, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard McAdams of Walkerville spent Sunday with Mrs. Grace .Trlbble. New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Whitaker were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davidson, and Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson and daughter of White Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dunnagan nnd son of Alton spent the week' Mr TMB ABSOCtATt* Fortyelght big coal mines In Illinois remained shut down today as some 16,000 {United Mine Workers were under orders to return? to work next Monday. The miners sayed away from the pits yesterday In an unannounced strike. Although an Impending national strike has been rumored most of the 480,000 miners throughout the country were on the Job. The miners are on a three-day work week, under orders of John L. Lewis, This week they were to have worked Tuesday and today, Monday being A holiday. The walkout in the Illinois miners was described by Hugh White, UMW president, as "entirely voluntary." The miners were ordered back lo work after White conferred with Lewis, the union's international president. Lewis, who Is visiting his all- ing mother In Springfield, declined to comment on the walkout. Fred S. Wllkey, secretary of the Illinois Coal Operators Association, said he could ascribe no reason for the strike "unless it is that Lewis is trying to harass us." "Apparently the walkout order came from local union officials," Wilkey added. Wilkey said only seven of the association's mines were open yesterday. The association' mines, He said, mine about 75 percent of the state's tonnage. The only other Illinois mines working are those manned by the Progressive Mine Workers and some small mines which have signed a new work contract requested by Lewis. Meanwhile, the Chicago coal end with Mrs. Dunnagan's sisters, Mrs. Otis Whitaker and Mrs. Glen Hermens and their families. Miss Zerilda Bushnell spent the past week at Carrollton with her sister, Mrs. William Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benner and Nita Bryant of Alton spent New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. James Benner and Mrs. Fannie Benner. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Logan returned to Alton Monday after spending their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Logan of Eldred, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howard of Carrollton. Mrs. Gertrude Robley spent the New Year holiday at Carrollton with her children and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kaffer visited at Jerseyville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCah- erty and family spent Sunday at Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King. The Ebert King family entertained as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. John King of Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGlasson and children spent the week-end at White Hall as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Portwood and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Llgon and daughter, Susie, attended a bacsket dinner Sunday at Hamburg, honoring the women's father, Joe Dirksmeyer, who was celebrating his 69th birthday. Seventeen guests were present. the n«w work tout paint WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, ilM _^g tw ^^ ttMB ^^^^^tfBBBHI«*ll*l'l>*' llllk cas «s they pass ov*f the eHUMsr]) joints in the f alt «HU M •Urn* new type of aftfutar MCtnC RflHftl • VMM^Mi ^wWW^ V^H B^I^B^B^P MWftATURIS NEW Rodlontufte Unto coo* faster them ovor one) uso lot* currant. NEW twill-in Fluorescent Urn* Mojito •flflfW COOKlflf *vf) OVOfliye NEW higher back*p«inol on ono piece acM-rostotini porcelain too. 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