Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 9, 1950 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 9, 1950
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I PAOI ItXTBtM ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JANUARY •> It* Presbyterians at Brighton Elect Paul L; Warner Is Namrr Superintendent BRIGHTON. Jan. 9.—(Special •i-The following officers for 1950 Were elected at the Presbyterian Sunday school Sunday morning; Superintendent, Paul L. Warn er; assistant superintendent, Car ion Oberlander; secretary, Louise Kulenkamp; assistant secretary Melba Weiner; treasurer, John ttothe; collector, Marvin Mouser assistant collector, Carson Ober lander jr.; librarian, Thomas Brick ey; assistant librarian, Barbara Apponyi; birthday collector, Virginia Watt; assistant collector, Barbara Long; chorister, R L. Aldridge; pianist. Robert Towse; assistant, pianist, Mary Warner; primary superintendent, Mrs. Catherine Boker; assistant superintendent, Edna Mae Stewart; pianist, Kathryn McAfee; assistant Sue Towse, and cradle roll superintendent, Mrs. Lester Allen Teachers are Mrs. Joseph Cairns Mrs. Lester Allen, Mrs. W. D, Bates, Miss Alice Towse, Mrs. Mai- com Anders, Ruth Hughes, Leroy Schmoeller, Mrs. Vernon Brlckey Mrs. Carson Oberlander, the Rev, and Mrs. Lyle D. Stone and R. L. Aldrldge. The Sunday school has 146 pu plls on its roll and an average attendance of 115 each Sunday Nominating committee members Included Mrs. Harold White. A A. Mochle, and Mrs. W. D. Bates Infant Christened BRIGHTON.—Linda June, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schmoeller, was christened during services Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church by the Rev Lyle D. Stone. Mrs. John Winter Of Chesterfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmoeller of Godfrey attended the service. Aid Society to Meet BRIGHTON. — The Ladles' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet at 2 p. m., Wednesday, •t the home of Mrs. Harold White, president. Birthday Party BRIGHTON.—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooff entertained friends of their daughter, Lorelta, Friday •vening at their home in honor of her 13th birthday. The evening was spent playing games and prizes were awarded to Kathryn McAfee, Yvonne Jones, and Sue Towse. Other guest* were Mary Warner, Nancy Masterson, Karen Scheffel, Mary' Wiseman, Alice Whltaker, Barbara Apponyi, Jeannine McAfee, and David Ebbler. Mrs. Wooff was assisted in entertaining the guests by Mrs. Melvln Ebbler and Mrs. Louis Heldeman. Return* to Base BRIGHTON.—Sgt. Freeman F. Gerdes of the marine corps has returned to Washington, D. C, where he is stationed after spending the holidays wth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gerdes. Sgt, Gerdes has been in the marines since September, 1945, and has |had duty In North and South Carolina and a year In China. He is now serving in Washington. Cpl. Floyd Gerdes, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerdes, has been in the army since January, 1946, and Is now serving In the occupation of Japan. Royal Neighbors Supper BRIGHTON.—The Royal Neighbor lodge will have a potluck supper at the home of Mrs. Charles Wilton at 7 p. m., Tuesday. The regular meeting will follow the aupper and officers for 1950 will be Installed. All members are Invited to attend. Need Blood Donors BRIGHTON.—Paul L. Warner, local service chairman of the Red Cross, announces that the quota of five donors for this area has not been filled and persons who desire to donate blood are to call at hft home for registration cards. Date for donations is Jan. 12 at CarllnvtUe. Display I960 Chevrolet BRIGHTON.—Harold G. Bott, local dealer, displayed the 1950 Chevrolet at his garage Saturday to a large group of persons. The car was delivered to Bott more than a week ago, bvit could not be displayed until Saturday when the new models were shown throughout the country. Rebekah Mystery 1'al 1'arty BRIGHTON.—The Uebekahs held their Christmas mystery pal party Friday evening In the IOOF hall. The evening was spent playing bunco with prizes awarded to Mrs. CARNIVAL •0 Btofc ftimer "Boy! What some people will do for money! Brighton Pho?ic Co. Applies for Funds BRIGHTON, .Tan. n.—(Special )—11. G, Bott, treasurer of the board of directors of Brighton Mutual Telephone Co., announces that application for funds from government sources for rebuilding local telephone lines has been prepared by Kelsey & Hemphlll, attorneys, approved by the board at Its meeting Friday evening, and sent to Washington. The annual meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m., Jnn. 21. Helen Stobbs, Mrs. Ina Long, Mrs Lucille Montague, and Mrs. Elsie Aldridge. Gifts were exchangee and refreshments served to the 25 members present by Mrs. Cecelia Allen, Mrs. Hilda Schmidt., Mrs. Lydia Jones, Mrs. Ella Schrocder Mrs. Mabel Lucker and Herman Schneider. Patient at Barnes BRIGHTON.—Mrs. Carl Brands s a patient at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. iloneph Stein Dies ' BRIGHTON.—Relatives here re- :elved word of the death of Joseph Stein, 82, at. Great Falls, Mont., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stein lave made their home for the past wo years with Mrs. Stein's sister, Mrs. Alclde Fischer. The Steins ormerly lived here. The body will arrive Thursday morning in >mont where funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bott and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bott plan to go to Lemont for the rites. Hong Kong Gets Malay Charcoal PENANG—<*•)—Price of fire- vood and charcoal In Penanghave >een boosted and Hong Kong Is blamed. Hong Kong Is buying big quantities of It from Malaya. Sup- lies from the mainland of China tave stopped since the Reds oc- upied the coastal regions. This unusual demand has created a shortage here as well as price in- reases. TKUSGHAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" FrN Book on Arthritis And Rhiumatisnt Excelsior Springs, Mo., Jan, 9— So successful has a specialized system proven for treating rheumatism and arthritis that an amazing new book will be sent free to any reader of this paper who will write for It. The book entitled, "Rheumatism," fully explains why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fall to remove the causes of the trouble; explains how you may obtain relief from rheumatism and arthritis. You Incur no obligation In sending for this instructive book. It may be the mentis of saving you years ot untold misery. For writing promptly, the Clinic will send their nowly enlarged book entitled, "Rheumatism". Address your letter to The Ball Clinic, Dept. 120-1, Kx- celsior Springs, Missouri, but be sure to write today.—Adv. »O YOU NAT! to many women between the age* •f M and M have good r*a>ou lo bate 'change of life* — the time When fertility ebbt away — when embarnulng •ymptoow or thl* Mture may betray your age I If Uita function*) period nuke* you differ from hot flush*, or •MkM you (e«i eo weak, nervou*. Netted, hard to live and work with — try Lydla E Plnklmm'a Vegetable Compound tn rollcve LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S V« K •tabU eucn ejrmpunn*. Women by the thouiaud* have, reported temitrk- •ble benefit*. No other medicine of UUt type for women ha* eueh • long record of euceea*- Regular UM o( t»dl» FUifcham'e Compound brlp* build up retlit- auce egftliut such middle-age) dlitrnw. Tilt voflum'f /fiend/ -— NttTKt Or ,»u Ml »*•(«• »:. rinkheei'* TAHIM* ELECTRIC RANGES work guaranlt FA0TORV. TMINED IIPERTS Rtplactmtnt parti fof __ all mahta availtbl*. to Situ and Cot> Cefttf Maktrt. WflMel AMgHeWM Melft •"t^Wiw Mlpr^POTQPPHiMP IWMBP* 9 III W. 4TH STIIIT fHONI 2-2623 n. I Brighton Church Gives Awards for Attendance BRIGHTON, Jnn. 9.— (Special.) —Awards for perfect, attendance were marle'to the following pupils of the Evangelical and Reformed Sunday school, Sunday morning: 11 years—Ralph Schroeder; 9 years—Dorothy Lou Winslade, William Oertcl; 6 years—Elizabeth Scheffel, Virgil Jones; 5 years- Karen Scheffel; 2 years—Rernlce Large, Kenneth Orban, Ellnore Schroeder; 1 year—Catherine Vanover, Margaret Foster, Lois Ann Schllef; 9 months—Sandra Scheffel; 6 months—Carolyn Watson, Alfred Watson; 3 months—Melvln Schlelor, James Orban and Fern Elaine Watson. North Alton There will be an official meeting of the congregation at 7:30 tonight at Model Chapel on Mitchell street. The choir will practice at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the church. The banquet committee of Model Chapel, which will assist with the preparation of plant for the annual Lincoln-Douglas banquet will meet at 7 p. m. Tuesday at the church. The banquet is planned for Feb. 9. The mid-week prayer service will begin at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The midweek service at the Church of God will begin at 8 p. m. Thursday. The annual congregational meeting of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church will begin at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the church.' The meeting had been postponed from the previous week because of the Inclement weather. Melville Aid Meeting Cancelled The January. 11 meeting of Lndlcs Aid Society of Melville Congregational Church will be cancelled. The next regular meeting will be Jan. 25 at the home of Mrs. Clay F>ast of Melville. Wednesday's meeting has been scheduled at the home of Mrs. James Martin 3403 Roberts street, however Mrs. Martin is ill and under a doctor's care, Mother's Club to Meet Mothers' Club of McKlnley Delmar schools will meet at 1:15 p. m. Wednesday at McKinley. Dessert will ho served *t 1:15. The program for the afternoon will consist of "crazy bunco" and those attending have been asked to bring "white elephants" for gifts for the same. Gleaner* to .Meet Glenners class of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will meet at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Edith Rothaug of Ramona place. The class will reveal "mystery pals" of the past year. Review* Church School Material Miss Vanna Bewell, field representative of the Board of Christian Education of the Presbyter- Ian Church, USA, spoke on the church school materials and methods of teaching at\a special service at the Kim Street church, Sunday evening. Miss Bewell pointed out that every adult in the church whether he or she actually takes GEO. GEORGEVTTS 2-8728 JACK TURNER 8-SZ04 GEORGE and JACK'S STANDARD SERVICE STATE ft BELLE • DIAL 2-8813 Specializing In CARBURETOR AND «.„_.. . . M IGNITION Hourt - * A M By Factory To 9 P. M. School Graduate TOWING 24 - HOUR ROAD SERVICE BATTERIES — ACCESSORIES ATLAS TIRES part in teaching a church school class. After making definite point* of Interest and help to the teachers Miss Bewell answered questions presented by parents and teachers. At the close of the service those attending were able to review the latest literature published by the Westminster Press, official publishing house for the church school material. The Rev. T. F. Stoner, pastor of Allen Chapel, A.M.E. Church, was also a guest at the parent-teacher meeting. Fox Hunting at Godfrey Since the +ld "Buck Inn" or North Alton territory laps over into Godfrey Township at some points, it Is probably safe to point out here that the Godfrey Township Civic Association was able to round up seven foxes in Its second drive Saturday. Another drive Is being planned• for Saturday, .Tan. 21, and North Alton hunters and sportsmen may want to take note and enter Into the drive that day. Hunters are requested to register at the old Hangar building by 9 a. m. Rooster Supper Tonight Northslde Boosters will have Its first annual "Installation feed" tonight at 6:30 at the shelterhouM. The business meeting will follow the supper. Medora Legion Meetings Tonight MEDORA, Jan. 9. (Special) — The American Legion and its Auxiliary will meet this evening at the Legion building on the picnic grounds. Helping Hand Society to Meet MEDORA — The Helping Hand society of the Baptist Church will meet Thursday in the > basement of the church. Pot-luck dinner will be itrted it neon. Tin won*' en will quilt ind i buHneM tweet* <t will be held |n the afternoon. ttn. ftUtfM We* MetJORA—the wMdtng of Mrs, Cleda Rhine, Medora, and Edgar J. Lockyer, Chesterfield, look place Thursday In Jerseyville. MEDORA — the annual meeting of the Summervllle Presbyter Ian Church, scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed because of Illness" among members. MEDORA— Mrs. Walter Mercer is with relatives in Granite City while her husband Is a patient in St Elizabeth's Hospital, following surgery. Mr. and Mrs, Pearl Gross were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rhine. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes spent Thursday in Bunker Hill visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ruyle and son, Clifford, spent Friday wit i Ruyle's mother, Mrs. Meda Tober. Miss lone Challacombe was here from St. Louis Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Challacombe, ; her mother being ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKlnnt. and family were supper guests Saturday at the Mack Gibson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner called Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, Cheater- field. Jones is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snider visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klrsch. , Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Powell and son, Keith, spent Saturday in St; Louis and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown. Miss Shirley Turner and Richard Hempen, St. Louis, were weekend guests of Miss Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner. Mrs. Mary White, who has returned from a trip in Texas and 1950 deserves a freshly dry cleaned wardrobe! r . . {ANOTHER YEAR OF EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE (ASSURES YOU OF iQUALITY WORKMANSHIP TRYFINER CLEANERS 2501 STATE Delivery Service DIAL 2-1911 Mexico, wfct her* taMA Alton, Fri« d*y vintlni relative*. Miss Helen Carroll, who was in Memorial Hospital) Alton, several days thlo week, for examination and X-ray, was brought home *IU t* about six ****«, ta «lini«. The Dominican ttepublle ft* ports ft '49,600,000 pound toMtCM crop, lt« nscond biggest. •_ JANUARY CLEARANCE Applicator MMitp§ Ekctric Htattrt . . NOW I Ml $ t.M 14.11 II.ft Ml t.ti (formerly N»t«M't IHw.) MCII •«< It* HCTJOTUCBt (SSI STATE 8T. 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