Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 9, 1950 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 9, 1950
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MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FAOlSatVt* 125 Baptists at Bunker Hill Meet BUNKER HILL, Jan. 9. (Special) — Seventy-five out-of-town guest* and 125 persons attended a fellowship supper at Berean Baptist" Church Saturday evening. The Rev. E. Detweder and the Rev. Paul Smith delivered sermons In the afternoon. At the evening services, the Rey. James Shields spoke and special music was furnished by -the local church. Bap- list ministers from Troy, Alton, Cottage Mills, Roxana, Fosterburg and Si'. Louis were present. Return from Chicago BUNKER HILL — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Goebel returned Friday from Chicago where they attended a silver anniversary merchandising conference sponsored by Gamble-Skoymo, Inc. The Goebels are owners of the local pamble store. While they were In Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruyle, former owners of the store, were It, charge. The < Ruyles left Saturday morning for Florida for an Indefinite stay, Return from Hospital ' BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Raymond Fary and infant son, John Walcott, returned to their home Wednesday from a hospital in Newark, Ohio, where the infant was born Dec. 27. The Farys, who are well known in Bunker Hill, have a daughter, Raman, 7. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Miller of this city are the maternal grand parent*. Honored on Birthday* BUNKER HILL — Fourteen young persons were entertained at the Fred Moulton home Saturday evening in honor of Mary Lou Hartley and Ernest and Charles Moulton, who celebrated birthdays this week. Pinochle was played and prizes were awarded. After refreshments were served by Mrs. Moulton, the guests of honor opened their gifts. Bunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL"— Robert Bort, an eighth grade pupil, was out ol school the past week because of illness. He also spent his Christmas vacation at his home. The'Thomas Moulton family has been released from quarantine, the home being quarantined because Sarah Ann, youngest child, had scarlet fever. C. Q. Shoust • returned to his home Friday from Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient for several weeks. Science Teachers to Meet The Madison County Science Teachers Association will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at Madison . High school, Madison. The group, composed of elementary and high school teachers o science in Madison County, will discuss teaching problems. Conservation Apron . 4718 SIZES S—14-16 M-U- FLYING ARROW SHELLED IY CHINESE The American 3:30 Wednesday at the church with Mrs. Leonard Shoreack and Mrs. Arthur t.'lrirh as leaders. Annual Meeting Tomorrow The annual congregational meet- Ing of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church will be held Tuesday evening following a covered dish supper at 6:30. The pastor, the Rev. Francis Henderson, asks those who are unable to attend the supper, to join'the grotip at 7:15 for the business meeting. Reports from the various' organizations and the election of officers will take place nt that. hour. To Show "Gort of Creation" The sound motion picture, "The God of Creation" will be shown at the Upper Alton Baptist Church Sunday evening, Jan. 15. It is In full color and is one of a aeries of evangelistic pictures filmed ai the Moody Institute of Science in Los Angeles by Dr. It-win A. Moon that have been used In the character guidance program recently set up Teighter Flying Arrow (above) was shelled by Chinese; Nationalist gunboats off Shanghai today. Capt. David )ones of Chicago pronounced the ship no longer seaworthy after inspecting damage from j by the armed forces.. The solar between 30 and ,40 shell hits The ship, owned by the Istxandtsen -ine of New York, was bound for Communist-held Shanghai en route from Hong Kong on an attempt to run the Nationalist blockade.— AP Wirephoto. tipper Alton Milton PTA Tuesday The Parent-Teacher Association of Milton School will meet Tuesday evening for the regularly scheduled meeting and plan to have during :he evening a panel discussion on Activities of Children in the Home.4' A movie, "Families First," will be shown and children will be cared for in another room. It was disclosed today that PTA deputies who have been patrolling the road find little difficulty In getting motorists to comply with the full stoppage program at Fernwood and Aberdeen streets during certain hours of the day. 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Send 1 cents more for your fnsuinHiin Laura Wheeler Necrllecraft Hook —today! 104 illustrations of your favorite needle-hobbies—the choicest designs and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and Ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book Charles Ruedin, Vincent Ochs, Wlliam Millering, William Ebbler ami Harry Moulton. Hours when the top signs are placed on Milton Road and when the deputies are at vork are from 8 to 0 each morn- ng; from 11:30 to 1:30 at noon; and from 3 to 4 p. m. Moved Home Today Willard Hughes, 21, was moved o his home, 2309 Amelia, today from Memorial Hospital, where he has been since found Friday night ying along the driveway leading to the. hospital. His hand protruding nto a spot of light attracted the attention of a nurse as she passed jy. An ambulance was called and he was taken, to the hospital. How he .reached the spot where found, Hughes has told members of the family that he cannot remember, though he is inclined to believe that he had unconsciously started to the hospitaljor medical aid, after suffering severe head pains* as he neared the Uptown Theater. He was enipute to the theater when stricken with pain. To Meet Tuesday Milton Area Girl Scout Board will meet for the monthly meeting Tuesday with Mrs. George Loveless, 3414 Oakwood. The meeting will be held at 1:30. Calling Friends Charles G. Smith, 2720 Walnut, is calling friends from his bed at Memorial Hospital, where he i$as been since undergoing major surgery a week ago. He avers he hasn't an ache or pain, that he is enjoying his enforced bedrest and that he "eats like a horse." Amoma Class Tuesday The monthly meeting of the Amoma Class of Calvary Baptist Church, deferred from Thursday night because of the ice storm, will be held Tuesday night at the church. Mrs. Earl Finch, Mrs. Clyde Taylor, Mrs. Elmer Dawson and Mrs. Dewey Weeks will be hostesses. Called to Father's Bedside Mr. and Mrs. Wendell B. Sitze, 2736 Salu, and Mr. and Mrs, Charles C. Clark, 2624 Powhatan, left early yesterday morning for Grassy, Mo., to attend their father, Noah Sltze, who is seriously 111. Ill most of the time since summer, the two Alton families have been in frequent attendance at his bedside. To Resume Meetings Two organizations at Main Street Baptist Church, the Ann Larson Mission Circle and the Children's Club, will resume meetings this week. The Circle will meet at 7:30 Tuesday with Mrs. William Turner at 609 Main for an.evening of White Cross work. Mrs. James Paine will lead the devotions and Miss Ethel Rice will review a chapter from the study book. The Children's Club will meet at life nre viewed through the giant telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory and through lapse-time photography. ileedlcs* Words Come to Pass When a nine-year-old bay said, according to his mother, "just something to be smart," he little realized that it would come to pass. Yet that Is' wlTfet happened when Billy Ihne, 9, was stricken with mumps while on a visit to his grandmother, Mrs. Fred Sidner, 1813 Main, during the holidays. He had come here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Ihne, of Skokie, 111., to visit and he left Mr*. Oldham't parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse S. Ford, of Lafayette, and a sister, Mrs. Flndley Gregory, of Nashville, who arrived by plane, Saturday. To Attend Dinner Leo La Marsh, 2635 Grandvlew, will attend the St. Louis Traffic Club dlhner, which will be held Tuesday evening at the Jefferson Hotel. Mr. Ln Marsh is traffic representative of McKlnley Bridge, a division of Illinois Terminal. Executive Meeting Tonight The executive honrd of the Parent Teacher Association of Clarn Barton School will meet at 7:30 this evening at the school, Among other plans to hr mnde nre those for the spring social, which have already been partly formulated. The president Is A. B. Clark. Movod to Home Jackie Hyman, .12, was moved to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Hyman, 526 Wyss, from Memorial Hosp.ttal, where he hns been a patient since New Year's Day. At that, time he full while playing cowboy with other children in the neighborhood nnd fractured his left leg a short distance above the ankle. To Open Nomination* Nominations will open this evening at the monthly meeting of Milton fire department for officers to be elected the second Monday in February. At that time, names of nil who have been nominated during the month will be presented to the body for consideration. Nominations are made by writing the name and office on n tablet that hangs in the fire department Saturday with his mother for | nnd 1hp nominations can be mad-? 'home, fully recovered and wiser. It was Dec. 23 that he told his teacher at school that, "Santa Claus is going to bring me mumps for Christmas." It was more thnn a week later that delivery was made in Alton. The father returned to Skokie where he is principal of a township high school, a week ago. Another visitor at tVie Sidner home recently was a son, Harvey, who came to visit his daughter, Judy, who makes her home here. Presbyterian Brotherhood to Meet Members of the Brotherhood of College Avenue Presbyterian Church wJll meet at 6:30 for dinner this evening in the Sawyer Room. The nominating committee will report and election will follow The current president is Ralph Smith. Dislocates Shoulder James Gunn, clerk at the Williamson Pharmacy and a student at Shurtleff, suffered a dislocation of his left shoulder Saturday night in a fall on the ice. He had assisted a woman across a treacherous stretch of walk and had gone to enter his own automobile, when he fell. Sandwich Sale Tuesday A sandwich sale will be held Tuesday noon by the Mothers' Club of Clara Barton school. This is one of a series of sales that will be held during the next few months when children will need a hot lunch at school. Oldham Family Away a Week Lynard Oldham and his three daughters, Jackie, Sandra and Beverly, will return to their home, 528 Wyss, next Sunday from Lafayette, Tenn., where they went early this morning with the body of his wife and mother. Mrs. Oldham died yesterday morning. With the Oldham family were nt any time so that shift workers may have the opportunity for expressing their preference, Notes James E. Williams, £612 Merchant, was taken to Memorial Hos- Mrs. Morris, 76, Medorian, Dies MEDORA, Jan. 9. (Special) Mrs. Charlotte Morris, 76, widow of C. W. Morris, died at 1:25 a. m. today in Macoupln Hospital, Car- llnvllle, where she had been a patient for four weeks. Mrs. Morris, a former resident ot .Jerseyvllle and Shlpman, had resided for the past five years In Medora, making her home with a grandson, Fred Howerton. Her husband died in 1945. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mary Howerton, Platnvlew, and Mrs. loin Carnaghnn, Windsor, Ontnrio: a brother, .1. F. Klioads, Medford, Ore., and four grandchildren. Her daughter, Mrs. Carnaghan, has been attending her for the past two week?. The body is at Warner funeral home where funeral will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. by the Rev, Harold Fox of Medora, Burial will be In Oak Grove cemetery, Jerseyvllle. Pfc. James Stilwell's Body Returned to U.S. Mrs. Edward Hagcrman of 501 Lr.mpert street, has received word that the remains of her nephew, Pfc. James I.. Stilwell, U. S. Marine Corps, have arrived in San Francisco, Calif., and will be shipped to Miami, Mo., for burial. Pfc. Slllwell, who has resided In Alton, Bethalto an Fostcrburg, lost Jesse W. Dale, 51, Of Greenfield Dies GREENFIELD, Jan. 9. *- Jesse W. Dale, 51, died Sunday at 1:30 a. m. at his home here. He was born near HI 11 View, Jan. 26, 1898. Mis wife, Mrs. Maud* L. Buck, to whom he was married in 1925, and a son, Calvin, ot Kentucky, survive him. He also leaves two half-sisters, Mrs. Frank Staats, Hlllvlew, and Mr». Om» Klnser, White Hal). The body is at Shields Memorial where funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p. m. by the Rev. Richard Monroe of White Hall. Burial will be In Oakwood cemetery. Roosevelt PTA to Meet Wednesday Night Parent-Teacher Association will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., at Roosevelt Junior High School. Names of officers will be announced, reports presented and other business transacted. The election was conducted by mall. RoMtry (or >I. 1*. Latter The rosary will he recited at 8 p. m. today at. Burke funeral home (successor to Bauer & lloehn) for John 'P. Lauer, who h>!> life In the South Pacific, while serving with the Marine Corps. pital yesterday with a case of Virus pneumonia. Clarence RiiiRhausen of Jerseyville was in Alton today visiting relatives nnd friends. Hew To Relieve Bronchitis Crtomuliioa re)ievei promptly DCCSUM ii (oc» right to the test of the trouble to help looica sad expel germ Isden phlegm ind sid osiure to loothe sad knl raw, leader, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. 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