Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1950 · Page 5
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January 7, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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tATUKDAY. JANUARY f, 19JO Household Club Elects at Eldred Mrs, Janie Wiles fs New President i 0LDRED, Jan. 7. (Special)— Mrs. Janle Wiles was elected president of the Eldred Household Science Club for 1950, at a meeting at which she was hostess Thursday afternoon. Other officers elected were Mrs. Charles King, first vice president; Ben Black, second vice president: Mrs. Charles Smith, treasurer; Mrs. William Ivers, secrtary; and Mrs. L. T. Whlteside, assistant secretary and reporter. Twelve members responded to roll call, "Suggestions for Next Year's Program." Mrs. Deart Bush- ncll won the prize for the special contest, sponsored by Mrs. Whiteside. Mrs. L. T. Whlteside and Mrs. Dean Bushnell excelled In the paper contest and were awarded prizes. After a social hour with refreshments, the meeting adjourned to meet Jan. 19, with Mrs. Charles Smith as hostess. Leaves for Texan ELDRED—Pvt. Herman D. Reynolds has left for Fort Bliss, Tex., where he will attend nn electrical school the next eight months. Reynolds spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Reynolds. Beckers Entertain ELDRED—Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Becker entertained at dinner Wednesday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Richey and daughter, Margie, and William Winkler, Hamburg. King Accepts Position ELDRED—Charles Richard King, who Is attending the University of Montana, has accepted a position as a teacher in the high school at Poison, Mont. He spent the hqll- dnys with friends at Stiles, Wls. King Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles King, Eldred. Mrs. Ifolford Visits ELDRED—Mrs. Harry Holford visited at East St. Louis this week with Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Wilson and Mrs. Mary Holford. The group visited at St. Mary's Hospital, In that city, with Mrs. Walter Holford, who underwent major surgery, Wednesday. Eldred Notes ELDRED — Mrs. George Brannan sr., who has been 111 for several weeks; underwent a series of ALTON ftVRNtNO TELEGRAPH FAOlfTVl BREAK IN SEWER TILE, under Market street terrace at Fourth street, caused this hole, following the heavy rains.—Staff photo. North Alton Old-Fashion«d Dance Tonight Booster Club will have an old fashioned dance program, begin ning at 8:30 tonight at the shelter house, Les Gelsler's family orches tra will play. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith are on the committee to plan the Saturday night programs at the shelter- house during January. Brownie Troop Meet* Brownie Troop 42 met Friday afternoon at McKinley School. The girls discussed plans for their "fly- up" which will be held in March The "fly-up" is the promotion of girls In girl scouting. The members of Brownie Troop No. 42 will become Intermediate Scouts. At the close of the meeting, the girls went out-doors to enjoy the coast- Ing. X-rays at an Alton hospital dur- Jng the weeks. Mr. and Mrs Emial Tolbert Jr. and daughter, Loretta, Hamburg, were recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Reynolds. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Tolbert's sister, Mrs.. Roger Moss and baby daughter, Pamela, who will visit two home. weeks at the Tolbert Worden Lutherans To Install Officers Services At Model Chapel Services at Model Chapel will begin at 9:45 a. m,., with the Sun day school-hour. The morning wor ship will follow at 1:45. The Rev. William M. Lawton will preach on "Obeying God, Other Than Man." There will be an official church meeting at 7:30 p. m. Monday at the church. The choir rehearsal will begin at 8 p. m. Tuesday, immediately following a special meeting of the banquet committee. The committee will be concerned with WORDEN, Jan. 7. (Special) -« Sunday school will be at 9 a, m. at the Lutheran Church. Regular English church services will be at 10 a. m. and German services will be held at 8 a. m. During English services, newly elected officers of the congregation will be installed. _., Auxiliary I/feeting - WORDEN—The January meeting of the- American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Dornseif. A luncheon was served and the women enjoyed a social afternoon, Mrs. Augusta Goeter WORDEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta looser, 86, St. Louis, who died Dec. 30, were held Tuesday at Suedmeyer Chap< el, St. Louis, at 1:30 p. m. She was preceded in death by her husband, L. Frank Goeser. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William Schliepick, Worden, and Mrs. Lillie Knapp, St. Louis, and one granddauaghter, Mrs. Voleria Schoenleber, St. Louis. Burial was in Memorial Park cemetery, St. Louis. Worden Notes WORDEN — Pfc. Merle Dean William, Camp Gordon, Augusta, Ga., has returned to camp after spending a 12-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond William. Pvt. Carl V. Smith, Fort Sill,. Okla., left Wednesday after spending a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. Pfc. Kenneth Honerkamp, Chanute Field Air Base, Rantoul, left Tuesday after spending a two- week furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Honerkamp. Fosterburg Baptists To See Film Jan. 15 FOSTERBURG, Jan. 7.—A new sound-color film, "They Follow On," is to be shown at the first Baptist Church, Sunday, Jan. 15, at 7 p. m. Premiered recently before an audience of 3300 In phicago, "They Follow On" is' a 30-mlnute story based on the experiences of a ycung Bible student. Major parts in the story are portrayed by students at Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, where "They Follow On" was filmed. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" the presentation of the annual Lincoln-Douglas Day program. Installation Feed Clarence Edgell, chairman of the social committee of the Booster Club, has announced that reservations for the "installation feed" can be made until Monday noon. Edgell is taking the reservations. The supper will be served at 6:30 p. m. Monday at the shelterhouse and the business meeting follows the supper and program. Services at the Church of God Unified morning service at the Church of God will begin at 9:30 Sunday at the church. The Rev. W. W. Skipper will preach on "Be Filled With the Spirit." The monthly meeting of the board of trustees will be held preceding the evening service, which will begin at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Skipper will begin a series of five sermons on "Five Things Christ Teaches Us About God." The first of the series is entitled "God Is Light." Weather conditions permitting, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Skipper will drive to Girard, Monday, to attend a district rally of the Women'.s Missionary Society. They plan to return, Tuesday evening. Miss Fisk Iteiti in Hospital Miss Agnes Fisk, first gradf teacher at Delmar School, who incurred a broken left arm near the shoulder, in a fall while attempting I o catch a bus on her way home from school Thursday, was reported resting much easier Friday evening at the Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Elmer Wunderlich, who will be remembered as the former Miss Myrtle Martin, will teach Miss Fisk's class during the time Miss Fisk is unable to return to school. Miss Irene Wilson, principal of McKinley-Delmar Schools, reported that there were only 35 pupils of the 450 total enrollment at the schools absent Friday, and the attendance continues good: Girl Scout Board Meeting Parent-Teacher Meeting Parents and teachers meeting at 7:30 p. m. Sunday at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. Miss Vanna Bewell, field representative of the Board of Christian Education of the Presbyterian Church, USA, will speak and will be In charge of a discussion period at the close of the service. Parents and children have been invited to attend this meeting, which will concern the new curriculum materials. The Sunday school will begin at 9:30 a. m. and the morning worship service at 10:45. The Senior Westminster Fellowship group will meet at 6:30 p. m. Poitponed January meeting of the North Alton Neighborhood Girl Scout Board will be postponed until Wed. nesday, Jan. 18. The meeting scheduled for next Wednesday would have conflicted with the meeting of the McKinley-Delmar Mothers Club. The Mothers Club will serv« dessert at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday at their meeting at the school. County AMocintion to Meet Madison County Baptist Association will meet nt 7:,"!0 p. m., Monday at Calvary Baptist Church on Washington avenvie. The Rev. George W. Lamken, pastor of the North Alton Baptist Church, is moderator of the association. Services at North Alton Baptist will begin with Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., Sunday. The morning worship will follow at 10:45 and the Rev. Lamken will preach on "An Enlarging Opportunity." The Baptist Training Union will meet at 6:3 p. m. and the Rev. Lamken will lead the evening worship at 7:30. Carrollton Woman's Will Admitted to Probate CARROLLTON, Jan. 7.—(Special.) — The will of Sarah M. Pink erton, admitted to probate Thurs day, provides for payment of debt and funeral expenses, after whicl the estate was left to Mr. and Mrs John Hillis. The estate was left subject the following bequests: $1000 to a sister of the testatrix, Mrs. Grace B. Lemon, and ?1000 each to three nephews, Robert M. Pinkerton, R Donald Pinkerton, and William J Pinkerton. The sum of $1000 wa left to the local Methodist Church and $1000 to the missionary worl of the local Methodist Church. The will was made Sept. 26, 1944 and witnessed by Georgie D. John slon, Romina Vestel, and Mary Virginia Conlee. District P.M.A. Meeting CARROLLTON. — Ewell Gerdes Chandlerville, a field man for the P.M.A., presided at a district meet- ng of the county committeemei arid office personnel of the organization, Friday, in the local Farm Bureau Hall. Purpose of the meet ng was to explain the 1950 pro. cedure for establishing corn allot, ments. Representatives were pres- nt from Jersey, Macoupin, Scott Calhoun, and Greene Counties. Carrollton Notes Rebekahs Install At Carrollton Mrs. Geneva Kessie New Noble Grand CARROLLTON. Mrs. Harry One of every five British homes has been damaged, more or less, by bombs. Bowie entered Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville, Thursday, for xamination and treatment. Little Carol Ann Hildebrant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion lildebrant, who has been seriqusly 11 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton or several days, returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Lovell and family, Rockbridge, will be dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels. Pvt. Francis C. Handling, who has been spending a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Handling, left Thursday for Fort Dix, N. J., where he will be stationed. , Birthday Flirty CARROLLTON. — Mrs. J. W. Howard entertained a group of children at her home Thursday afternoon in celebration of the fifth birthday of her daughter, Karen Howard. P.T.A. to Meet Wednesday CARROLLTON. The Parent- Teacher Association will meet Wednesday at 3 p. m. in the public school building, A movie of interest to every parent will be shown and a program will be presented by pupils of the seventh and eighth grades under the direction of Mrs. Edith Allen and Mrs. L. E. Raper. Reading Circle to Meet CARROLLTON. — Members of the East End Reading Circle will be entertained Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. E-. Clark, sr. Mrs. Anna Hubbard will be the program leader, her topic being, 'Cuba, Country of Surprises." Marry Out-of-Town Girls CARROLLTON. — Marriages of nterest to Carrollton residents were those of Miss Ruth Davis of Frank Clay, Mo., and Arthur Eu- ;ene Evans of this city, and Miss Jolleen Russell, Moline, who married Paul Murphy, also of this city. The Evans-Davis wedding took place Dec. 29 in the Methodist Church in Flat River, Mo., the cer- CARROLLTON, ,Tnn. 7. (Special) — Mrs. Geneva Kessie, wife of Howard Kessie of this cily, was in- stalled'noble grand of the Rebekah Lodge at ceremonies, Thursday evening, in Hie IOOF hall. Other elective and appointive officers installed were Mrs. Betty Price, vice noble grand; Miss Hattie Johnson, right supporter io, the noble grand; Mrs. Ethel Price, left supporter to the noble grand; Mrs. Hazle Price, right supporter to the vice grand; Mrs. Alma Willhausen, left supporter to the vice grand; Mrs. Frances Dawdy, chaplain; Mrs. Irene Martin, conductor. Miss Kathleen Varble, warden; Mrs. Dorothy Brock, past noble grand; Mrs. Mildred Williams, recording secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop, financial secretary; Mrs. Wreatha Stevens, treasurer; Mrs. Edith Farnbach, musician; Mrs. Dorothy Willhausen, o u t s'i d e guardian; and Mrs. Mildred Varble, inside guardian. Trustees installed were Mrs. Thelma Bell, Mrs. Hazel Pric^ Mrs. Nettie Horn, Mrs. Mildred Williams, and Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop. The elective officers were escorted to their stations by Howard Kessie, Frank Martin, John Farnbach, Laverne Bell, and Elmer Williams. The line of escort led through archways of flowers held by Mrs. Dorothy Willhausen, Mrs. Verna Ruth Witt, Miss Ina Brock, Mrs. Norma Winters, Mrs. Mildred Martin, Mrs. Alma Willhausen, Mrs. Ada Linn, and Mrs. Cecil Baker. Special musical numbers honoring the retiring noble grand, Mrs. Dorothy Brock, and the new noble grand were sung by Laverne Bell and the new vice grand was also honored with musical selections by Mrs. Edith Farnbach and Laverne Bell. The installing officers were Mrs. Thelma Bell, district deputy president who was the installing noble grand; Miss Eunice Bell, installing vice grand and financial secretary; Mrs. Hazel Price, installing marshal; Miss Nita Ford, organist; Miss Lena Keyes, chaplain; Mrs. Eva Price, recording secretary; and Mrs. Anna Hubbard, treasurer. As the Installation ceremonies were completed, Mrs. Kessie appointed committees for the year. They are as follows: Mrs. Thelma Bell, Miss Hattle Johnson, Mrs. Ethel Price, Mrs. Frances Dawdy, and Mrs. Dorothy Willhausen, visiting: Mrs. Dorothy Brock, Mrs. Hazel Price and Mrs. STorma Winter, finance, and Miss Eunice Bell and Mrs. J. F. Hubbard, publicity; Mrs. Frances Dawdy was named chairman of a special committee and Mrs. Betty Price was named chairman of the attendance committee. The next meeting of Iho lodge vlll be Jan. 19 and the entertainment and refreshment committee "or the evening will -include Mrs. >neva Kessie. Mrs. Betty Price, and Laverne Bell. FLAMES REACHED HIGH FOR AWHILE — The trees \vhich were dry burned quite as expected, but the remainder were coated with ice, and failed to raise a blaze. Part of the gtouo which gathered in the sunken garden at Riverview park Friday night is silhouetted by the fire of cast-off Christmas trees en Twelfth Night observance.—Staff photo. WHO CARES ABOUT A TREE-BURNING? We're gonna slide. Poor Shep can't slide, but he can run 'about with the kids who were sliding at Riverview while waiting, for the trees to burn,—Staff photo. Brussels Modern Woodmen Install Richard Eberlin Consul for 1950 empny being performed by lev. Slover. Mrs. Evans E VERS PAINTING AND LUCORATING the the daughter of Mrs, Edith Davis of Frank Clay, Mo., and Evans is the on of Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Evans if this city. The Murphy-Russell wedding oc- urred at 5 p. m., New Year's day n the Methodist Church at Ma- omb. The Rev. Crouch officiated t the double ring ceremony. Mrs Murphy Is a daughter of Mr. and Sirs. R. D. Russell, Moline, and lurphy is the son of Mr. and Mrs ames Murphy of this city. Both re students at Western Illinois itate College at Macomb. Murphy vlll graduate in June. Mr. and Irs. Mutphy are making their ome in Macomb. Attending the /edding from here were Mr. and .Irs. James Murphy, Irvin Scho- fleld and daughters, Jack Tapp, jr.; C. E. Haddock, Miss Edith Freer, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long. • WOODWORKING • CABINET MAKING COLSTON'S Flituro • Equipment DIAL MTU Humbert St. ltd., ALTON LOW PRICES Call u> for an estimate on My woodwork problem*. Skilled Wotkmen. BRUSSELS, Jan. 7. (Special) — Officers for 1950 of the Brussels Modern Woodmen of America camp were installed Thursday night at the Wiltmond Hotel. Past Consul Herman Bopp installed the following officers: Richard Eberlin, consul; Henry Eberlin, adviser; H. A. Imming, escort; Ray Menke, secretary; Clarence Mossnian, banker; Roy Eberlin, watchman; Fred Zahrli, clerk, Charles Elder, and Lawrence Hagen, managers. • Following the ceremony, the traditional oyster supper was served to 26 members and their families in the hotel dining room. Pinochle was the diversion of the evening and high score was made by Curtis Haselhorst. Injured While Coantirif BRUSSELS. — Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seiferman, jr., was hurt Thursday evening while coasting on .Pieper hill. He was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Charles, Mo., for observation and treatment. Fracture* Leg: BRUSSELS.—Henry Klocke, jr.. suffered a broken leg Wednesday at his home in Golden Eagle while doing farm chores. He broke the leg several years ago at another place. Homo from Hospital BRUSSELS. — Paul Haselhorst was brought home from St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Charles7 Mo., Wednesday. Haselhorst submitted to an operation for appendicitis last Saturday. Tapeworms mny be transmitted to human beings by fish that Is not thoroughly cooked. Cottage Hills Church Names 'Room' Chairman COTTAGE HILLS, Jan. 7.—Mrs. Guinn Anderson has been appointed chairman of the room committee of the local Assembly of God Church. She will obtain lodging for ministers who will attend the statewide Minister's Institute at Wood River, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The Rev. Ernest Williams, retired general superintendent of the General Council of Assembly of God churches, will speak each evening. Smith Team Wins COTTAGE HILLS. — The "Smith" bowling team, made up of local women who bowl each Wednesday In Alton, won two out of three games from the "Red Birds," Wednesday. Members of the bowling team are Mrs. Ernest Hunt, sr., Mrs. Orval Smith, Mrs. Alice Smith. Mrs. Ruth Youngberg, and Mrs. Carl Monari. CottHKe HillH Note. COTTAGE HILLS. — The Rev. Clarence Riley, Chlllicothe, Mo., will bo in charge of morning and pveninK services Sunday at the Community Baptist Church. Mrs. Minnie Fast, Crystal City, Mo., has returned to her home after spending the holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Self and family. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Dumb Owls Owls, contrary to legend, -are among the dumbest of all birds. However, the same may be said of anyone who destroys owls, since these predatory birds feed almost exclusively on small rodent pests. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Girl Leads Hanfitt High Honor Roll MARDIN, Jan. 7. — (Special.)— In the recently published roll of honor student* at Hartln High School, the name of Marilyn Harmon, freshman, was first. Her rating was 4.83 out. of a possible 5. Audrey Peeler's grades were almost as good. Marilyn Is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. .1. Harmon. Her mother is secretary of the Calhoun Farm Bureau and her father 11 connected with an Implement firm at Kane. Dennis Folln Returns HARDIN. — Dennis Folles re- timed to his home here Thursday rom Tucson, Ariz., where he had spent, several weeks with his son, lUther, and family. Foiles said the weather was balmy In Tucson. On New Year's lay the mercury stood at 74 and he family ate dinner on the lawn. 'he menu included radishes, let* ucc, nnd other vegetables fresh rom the garden. Americans spend $32,500,000 • lay, an average, on meat. DELICIOUS AND DELIVERED CHICKEN IN THE BOX 1 French Fried Chicken Cole Slaw French Fries Hot Rolls $|.25 * DELIVERED FREE! New Orleans Style FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP Ceoktail Sauei Frtneh Friu JANE WEQENER BAKERY ft CAFE 2604 STATE ST. 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