Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 6, 1950
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1990 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PTA at Bethalfo To Sponsor Dance BETHALTO, Jan. 6 (Special)— At the regular meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association, Wednesday evening, plans will be completed for a dance which the group has voted to sponsor. It will be given In the Legion pavllllon. Buford Hearn is general chairman. Dances will be featured for both old and young, the committee states. Refreshments will be available on the grounds. Bethalto Auxiliary to Entertain Veterans BETHALTO, Jan. 6 (Special)— A special meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held last night at the home of the president, Mrs. Violet Neunaber, to plan a menu to be served to the World War veterans at Alton State Hospital. The unit voted to .entertain the boys and was assigned a date in mid-January. In addition to serving a dinner, the unit will furnish games for the vets awl will give each special gifts. ' Mrs. Felts served refreshments to those who called. Bethalto OES to Meet Monday BETHALTO. — The first meet- Ing of the new year, a stated one, of the local Eastern Star chapter, will be held Monday at 7:45 p. m. Mrs. Irene Yeck will conduct the regular routine business. A dele• gallon from the local chapter plans to attend a special meeting of Walton chapter, Alton, Saturday night if weather conditions improve and driving hazards are minimized. Mrs. Laird Heads Past Mntrora BETHALTO. — Mrs. Eunice Laird will serve as president of the Past Matrons Club this year, having heard from Mrs. Nellie Bassett, who is unable to accept the office. Mrs. Vernelle Mc- Gattghey is vice president and Mrs. Margaret Kabel, retiring head, will serve the club as secretary. The regular. meeting of the club is set for Wednesday afternoon of next week, unless inclement weather aets in. Bethalto Note* BETHALTO. — Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Yeck were guests o£ their them and s patrol has been posted to direct the coasting on a grade near the school building. Physical education classes, which are hard pushed If kept Indoors, are also taking advantage of the coasting nnd skating facilities, outdoors, following the same directed pro- x gram durlg the regular physical class periods. Altnr Society Mrcls The Altnr Society of St. Ambrose ptorlsh met Tuesday evenins at the St. Ambrose School Hall. Mrs, Paul Bouser, Mrs. Charles Glllesple, Mrs. Earl Crowson, Mrs. Lee Crowson and Mrs. Marie King were the committee in charge of the social hour, which followed the business session. The group made plans for a card party to be held May 18 at Old Cathedral Hall. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. The next regular meeting will be at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the school hall. Teacher Injured in Fall on Ice Miss Agues Fisk, first 'grade teacher at Delmar School, was Injured In a fall on the Ice at 4:30 p. m. Thursday, when attempting to board a bus at 200 West Elm. The bus had stopped to pick up Miss Flsk and another teacher from Delrrmr when she fell beneath the bus. Miss Fisk was taken to the Clayshlre residence at 200 West Elm to be kept warm until the arrival of an ambulance nnd she was later moved to Alton Memorial Hospital for examination and x-rays. Miss Elizabeth Martin, third- grade teacher at McKlnley, has been recovering at St. Joseph's Hospital following surgery am 1 hopes to be back In school next Monday. Miss Martin entered the hospital Dec. 21. Family Rrunion Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Gill ot Big Horn, Wyo., were planning to leave for home, following a holiday visit with Gill's mother, Mrs. Ada Gill, of Mitchell street, hut were unable to start the trip because of the severe weather. On New Year's Day Mrs. Gill entertained her six children, six- grandchildren and other relatives. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Samuels of Chicago, Mrs. Anna Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herndon and family, and Mrs. A. Tllman of St. Louis. North Alton Not** M. L. Purcell of 3345 Belle street entered Alton Memorial Hospital, Wednesday, for eye surgery Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Purcell Colby, Kan., left for their home Tuesday after having spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Purcell. Bobby Middle!on of Virginia, III., spent the holiday season with his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Purcell, also. He returned to Virginia Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mlddleton of Virginia, 111., spent Thursday with Mrs. C. E. Turner of 3345 Belle. RUM Transform Nature Russian forestry experts announced in Moscow that they have perfected a quick-growing oak tree which grows more than three feet a year, Moscow reports. (The best wood comes mostly from trees about 100 years old.) Soviet naturalists say that this "has an Important bearing on tne Stalin plan for transforming nature." Missionary Visiting Family at Bcth-ho BETHALTO, tan. 6 (Special)— The Rev. and MM. S. C. Felts have had a* s guest In their home this week, Miss Dorothy Ahleman, Oakland City, Ind., who has just returned from South America, where she has spent five years an a missionary among the 1 Spanish people of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work consisted of teaching as well as preaching In the city of some 4,000,000 persons. Miss Ahleman and Mrs. Felts became friends while attending Olivet College and have kept in touch with each other during the five years through correspondence. Open house was held Tuesday evening and members of the locnl Methodist Church called to meet the missionary, who told of many ot the customs of the South American peoples and showed many photographs which she took while there. It Is estimated that Japanese ncwsreels reach 12 million theatergoers weekly. MM* ttmei Met Mojt tamou; rug in the IMIM It called "fn> Holy Carpet of «* Mosque at Ardebll." CherHhtd by the South Kensington museum. Ml London, it Is valued at more than $500,000. Ants Grounded In Cleveland CLEVELAND, Jan. «. Iff) — Seventy pounds of ants heading fey air for Pittsburgh were gfoundefl today In Cleveland hy bad weather. Capital Airline Is suppoMd M deliver the strange cargo to the Union Firebrick Co., but Capital officials were pretty puzzled what the ants were for. Even at the Pittsburgh firm, executives acted mysterious about the shipment. One said: "It's Jurt an ant circus. A few ants displayed In a glass case with some sand." . They came from the ant kins. Village Craft Shop, Burbank, Cam. 49 Below In Hell HELL, Norway, Jan. 8. <*--, The temperature dropped to 40 dt« grees below tero In Hell yesterday. THE PRESIDENT TOINTS A FINGER — President Truman points his finger at Republican members, addressing a joint session of Congress as he blamed the "ill-considered tax reduction" of the Republican 80th Congress for the present budget deficit.—AP Wir«- photo. ; North Alton Rufin Beaton Mother* Meet Miss Margerlta Irvine, English exchange teacher at Alton High School, spoke at the Rufus Easton Mothers Club meeting Thursday afternoon at the *chool. Miss Irvine described the English school system and told of the British socialized medicine, program and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Sly, Wood River, Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. L. C. Gray received a telephone call last evening from her son, Bob, in Chicago, telling her of the arrival of his family there. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schoeneweis and son, Chicago, have returned there after visiting here with Claude's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoeneweis, north f>l town. I rationing. She related that gasoline, candy and coal are still on the ration lists, and some families in the northern parts of England are limited to two tons of coal a year. The meeting opened with a covered-dish luncheon served at noon with the teachers as guests, of the Mothers Club. Mrs. Ashley Marshall, Mrs. Clifford Hand, Mrs. Thomas Miller and Mrs. Quentin Hiatt were on the committee to serve the luncheon. A brief business session preceded the talk by Miss Irvine. Good Attendance at Schools Attendance rft McKinley-Delmar Schools continues good. Miss Irene Wilson, principal of the schools, reported Thursday that many of the children are bringing their skates and sleds to school with Writ* yourself a very special tip about the lovely new shipment of dresses that have Just arrived from the New York mar* ket TISSUE FAILLES AND CREPES That will brighten up your post holiday season. 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