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

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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»A01 TIM \ ALTON 1VIM1NO TBLEOftAPH Presbyterians to MeetatBethalto Church Officers to Be In. italled Tonight BETHALTO, Jan. 10. (Special) --The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterinn Church will be held today at 7:30 p. m. at the church. "Recently elected and appointed Officers of the church and church School will be installed. The Rev. Marshall Rice, Alton, will be the moderator. , A special meeting will be held Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the church, open to all, at which time Miss Vanna Bewell, executive secretary of the board of Christian education of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., will speak on new curriculum material. Work of the departments of the church and school will be discussed. Following Miss Bewell's discussion, a question and answer period be held. Two to Receive OES Degrees at Belli alto BETHALTO, Jan. 10. ((Special) —A stated meeting of the locnl Eastern Star chapter was held In the lodge hall last night, at which time two candidates were elected to receive degrees of the order. A special meeting to confer the degrees will be held next week. Mrs. Irene Yeck appointed Mrs. Maxine Lamm, Mrs. Wanda Staas, and Mrs. Vera Bruening to serve on the refreshment committee for the initiation. Mrs. Alice Barnes, chairman of the ways and means committee called a meeting of her group for Thursday afternoon at her home to plan the year's projects and activities. A rummage sale is scheduled for Feb. 3-4, in Alton. Anyone having rummage is asked to call Mrs. Barnes. Legion Post MeeU Tonight BETHALTO—The regular meet- Ing of the Legion will be held in the park pavilion at 7:30 p. m. today. ) Pact Matrons Postpone Meeting BETHALTO — A meeting of the Past Matron's club, slated for Wednesday afternoon, has been postponed one week. The newly- elected president, Mrs. Eunice Laird, will be the entertaining hostess. Injury Require* Suture BETHALTO — While the ice has provided fun for many of the boys and grlls here, It was not so for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plckett, who fell and lacer- Wood River VFW Auxiliary Donates to Storm Victims District Moose Meeting Feb. 19 At Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 10. — The first of two meetings of the Te'nth district of Illinois, Loyal Order ol the Moose, will be staged in Woor! River, Feb. 19, It was decided at an executive board meeting of the Wood River Moose, Sunday afternoon, at Moose Hall. According to S. L. Mullen, governor, Wood River was chosen because of Its central location and in view of the weather conditions In February. At the meeting there will be an Initiation of candidates from all lodges followed by a banquet for members, families and visitors present. Dr. E. L. Rauth, a member of the Pilgrim Brothers, highest degree, state civic affairs chairman and member of the Supreme Council, was present at the meeting and gave a brief talk of advice and Information to the chairman of the various activities. Mullen was reappolnted ritualistic chairman of the district. A bowling tournament for teams of all the lodges in the district was agreed upon and will be staged In Belleville at the Moose alleys there at a later date. The tour nament will be under N. B. A. rules with individual prizes and trophys awarded. Also discussed were a summer Softball league, program for civic betterment and a degree staff com petition for the nine lodges to be held In Granite City in May. The nine lodges in the .Tenth district are Jerseyvllle, Alton, Edwardsville, Collinsvllle, Mascoutah, Belleville, East St. Louis, Granite City and Wood River. Freeman Wolfe, district vice president from Belleville, presided over the meeting. Ladles Aid to Meet WOOD RIVER.—Mrs. Omar Lyon, Mrs. E. H. Payne, Mrs. Ollle Lindqulst and Mrs. Wheeler Johnson will be hostesses at an all-day meeting of the Ladles' Aid Society at the.First Presbyterian Church, Wednesday. A potluck luncheon will be served at noon. ated his 'knee. The Injury required seven. sutures. Enters Hospital BETHALTO— Ellen Clare, five- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mis. Floyd Ellspermann, entered Wood River Township Hospital, Monday afternoon, where she underwent a .onsillectomy this morning. BUY ANTAMINE TABLETS TONIGHT AT THRIFTY DRUG STORES g BIO STORES—ALTON, WOOD RIVER, JER8EYVILLK. WOOD RIVER, Jan. 10.—Twenty-five dollars will be given a veteran's family which lost its home In the storm at Hartford last Tuesday and clothing for other needy families of that area will be delivered today by the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2859, It was decided at a meeting of the organization Monday night. The Auxiliary voted to sponsor Wood River Brownie Troop 92 and to Join the Madison County Council Auxiliary. Delegates elected to the County Council Include Mrs. Evelyn GUI, president, Mrs. Clem- mle Macke and Mrs. Roberta Reffett. A new general order from the national organization was announced by which any member in good standing may transfer to any other Auxiliary. It states that a transferring member shall not be liable for any fee but Is to present her paid-up card together with a regular application card for acceptance in the same manner as a new member. A total of $20.62 was collected from a recent candy sale, accord- Ing to a report, of Mrs. Dorothy Clayton, chairman. Part of the money realized will be used to purchase a life membership in the National home at Eaton Rapids, Mich., and the balance will he given to the Illinois Cottage there. Mrs. Mavis Curfman, essay chairman, reported that $10 has been added to the essay fund. The money was earned by Auxiliary members for preparing part of the food for a high school banquet. The essay contest is sponsored through the national organization for high school students, Cards of thanks were read by Mrs. Mary Adney, rehabilitation chairman, who reported that the Auxiliary prepared five Christmrfs baskets for the needy. Dinner Guests WOOD RIVER.—Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Monroe and Robert Sherer of Decatur, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. v G. A. Smith, 830 Madison avenue. They were enroute home from Principia College where they visited with the Monroe's daughter, Patricia, a student there. Announce Birth WOOD RIVER.—Mr. and Mrs. George Snider of St. Louis are announcing the birth of a son at St Anthony's Hospital, St., Louis, Jan. 4. The baby weighed seven pounds and eight ounces and has been given the name of Joseph Warren. Mrs. Snider Is the former Miss Dorothea Steele, daughter of Mrs. Rosalind Steele, 803 Lorena avenue. Attend Uncle's Funeral WOOD RIVER.—Mrs. Joseph Barker of 340 Oak drive, accom- >anied by her sisters, Mrs. J, L. leeves and Mrs. C. K. Balr of 'arbondale, spent Friday through Sunday at Indianapolis, Ind., where hey attended the funeral of their uncle, George Epperson, 89, who died following a 'long Illness. CWC to Install WOOD RIVER.—Officers elected nt the December meeting will be installed at a potluck luncheon meeting of the Catholic Woman's Club at the Knights of Columbus hall at 12:30 p. m. Wednesday. Members attending may bring a guest. Table service is to be furnished individually. Rotary Sees Film At Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 10.—"Olid* ing Wings," a movie oh the mitt* tary gilder or "freight car of the air" was shown members of thi Rotary Club by Lloyd Carter and Bert Rlchey of Carter Brothers, Inc., Alton, at the regular weekly luncheon meeting of the organise tlon, Monday noon, at the First Presbyterian Church. The movie, produced by For< I Motor Co., showed the construction work done at the Iron Mountain Mich., Ford plant, where peak production of eight gliders a day was reached during the war, The gliders were used by the army to land airborne hospita units and troops behind enemy lines. Referred to as the CG4-A gliders were turned out by the thousands after 1942. Construction required more than 100,000 Indl vldual pieces of wood per ship as well as 4000 small metal parts. Bill Whiteslde, voted the best thesplan of last year at East Alton Wood River Community High School, was Introduced by H. H Smith as Junior Rotarian of the month. A letter of thanks from Ben Stahlheber, who received the Rotary scholarship this year, was read by Virgil Parker, president. Parker announced that February is the birth month of Rotary ant the local club will strive for 100 percent attendance during that month. A District Conference meeting will be staged in Alton May 1 and 2. A. C. Hunt reported to the club on the Rotary bowling team. Sled Accident WOOD RIVER — Bob Carroll, eighth grade pupil and president of/ the school council of Lewis Clark Junior High School, suffered a brain concusion and lacera tlons of the face when his sled collided with another last week. Following treatment by a local physician he was confined at his home the remainder of the week. Bob is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Carroll of 307 Whltelaw avenue. Attend Anniversary Celebration WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schmidt and children, Ellis and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blacklock and children, Charles and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cooper and son, Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Bugg, and son, Eugene, and Douglas Grant of this locality attended the silver wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Schmidt, Rpute 2, Edwardsville, Friday evening. Richard is a brother of Christian Schmidt. Two hundred persons attended the event which .was held at the American Legion Pavilion at Edwardsville.' The celebration was arranged as a surprise by the Reinhard Schmidt's son, Reinhard, jr., mechanic at Albrecht Chevrolet, Inc. Ellis Schmidt's five-piece orchestra furnished music for dancing. Piano Recital WOOD RIVER—Wayne King was featured in a trombone solo, at a -piano recital presented by a number of pupils of the Curry Piano Studio, 949 Hamilton boulevard, Sunday afternoon. Persons taking part in the recital were Marita Brugger and Barbara Kelly, Wood River, Russell Oden, Roxana, Joan Grayson and Shirley Roose, East Alton, David Byrnes, Alton. In addition, the instructor, S»iiiulloiiiil Stew PUcovary KILLS COLDS IN HOURS! Tbt Fbul Rtnlt «/ Amatmg Ttttt Rtporml *• Rt*d»r>t Digut **d U. S. N*v*l Mtdittl Bulbtm* Antamine Sofa! The New Perfected Anti-l GROVE LABORATORIES S»«'t »••••• «rMilHU-klllth!i coli),uk«Glovi!'i ANTAMINI rfsbi •»»r. 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Safe-Made by Oreve Ufcererferies Grove'* Antamine is a pure white tablet- it's safel It's guaranteed by tha famous Grove Laboratories-specialists in cold- preparations for over 60 yean. CAUTION! Be safe! Don't take juit "any" anti-histamin*-always ask specifically for Gaovi's ANTAMINB (pronounced "AuntO" Mine"). At all drug store*. Only 39«. sv esovi ANAMIVOU«AN |l lAfl-IUtT ANTAMINII MAPI IY OtOVI-A NAME YOU CAN TRU5TI Wood Rivtrite'i Play to Be Stand Ian. 16 WOOD RIVER, Jan. 10.—Lock, wood Wiley, librarian at East Al* ton-Wood River Community High School, is directing a ana-act play- he has written, "The Dragon Boat" for presentation at the next regular meeting of tha Alton Little Theater, Jan. 10. The east Includes L. M. Graham, Alton: Robert Rhodes, a student at Shurtleff College from Wood River, and two high school students, Carol McGHl and Weldon Bishop. "The Dragon Boat" is a Chinese phantasy and will be presented In •costume. It was written by Wiley four years ago and has been presented at the high school before. WSCS al Church . WOOD t RIVER-^The R*v. R. A. Llppman ' will be guest speaker and Mrs. Hall Mahuron will furnish special music at the regular semi-monthly ., meeting . of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Methodist Church, Wednesday, at 1:30 p. m. Members of the organization will spend the morning Quilting and a potluck luncheon will be served at noon. Birthday Party WOOD RIVER—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Roseberry, 906 East Penning, entertained with a party, Saturday afternoon, in honor of the third birthday of their son, Larry Alan. The refreshment table was centered with a birthday cake containing suckers for each guest Toy cars and hair barrettes were arranged at each place as favors for the boys and blrls, respectively. Miss Ruby Roseberry and Mrs. Nettie Ryan assisted with tha refreshments. Guests at the party Included Mrs. Theron Thorpe and son, Richard, Mrs. Laren Thorpe and son, Tommy, Mrs. Paul Guth and son, Greg, John Hooper, Mrs. Harold Thompson and daughter, Ruth Ann, Mrs. Jack Welsh and son, Randy, Mrs. Norman Klueter and children, Ellen and David, Mrs. Al Schmidt and daughter, Jacqueline, Mrs. Bill Young and daughter, Yvonne, Jerry Feezel, and Mrs. Austin Rahn and Mrs. Arnold Roseberry of Alton. Board Meeting WOOD RIVER.—At the regular monthly meeting of tha Atlas Credit Union board at the offices, 153 Ferguson avenue, Monday evening, with the president, Merle Manley, presiding, a recommendation was approved by the board.to pay a 5 percent dividend to all shareholders' on record as of Dec. 31, 1949 which will be submitted to the membership at the annual meeting, Jan. 16, at the office. An invitation is extended to all members to attend. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER.—The meeting of Elmer Curry, entertained on the Hammond organ, which has recently been installed in the studio. tha y«iat Adult eiaat of tha tint EratigtUeal Unit*! Brethren Church sehedirted for last Friday night was postponed until a later data because of weather condition*. Miss Judith Vole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 3. K. Vols of 514 Hamilton avenue, continues to he confined to her home where she has been 111 since Jan. 2. Mrs. Ira Carroll, who suffered a heart attack Nov. IS, is con* valesclng slowly at her home, 907 Whttelaw avenue. Edward Lindqulst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Lindqulst, 341 Madison avenue, who resides atJTroy, Is Improving at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where he has been ill of pneumonia this past month, Rathbone Bible Class At Edwardsville Feb. 15 WOOD RIVER, Jan. 10.—Using the original Bible of Justice H. Rathbone, founder of the order, a Rathbone Bible class will be staged In Edwardsville, Feb. 15, by the Knights of Pythias, according to Gilbert Van Camp, secretary of the local order. The Bible Is In the possession of Melvln Ewen, supreme secretary from Minneapolis, who will be in Illinois during February. Four such classes have been planned for the state. • TUEiDAY. JANUAEY 10, It* Wood Hirer Junior Women Hear Home Decoration Talk WOOD RIVER, Jan. 10.—You should decorate your house around yourself, (tear* Juttemeyer; interior decorator of Lammert's Fur* nltur* Store. St. Louis, told mem- btn of the Junior Woman's Club and their guests at a meeting of the organisation at Wood River School, Monday night. Juttemeyer stressed that a dec* orator should associate with per* sons before decorating a home for them. Recently returned from a tour of Guatemala, he explained that what we consider modern really Isn't, for caves being excavated In that country display colorings and furnishing used today. Figured drapes should contain every color you have In the furniture, according to. Juttemeyer who pointed out that climate affects the types of homes. The color of the main story should start with rugs, carpets, walls, furniture and drapes. Juttemeyer presently.!* decorating several local homes. A question and answer discussion followed his talk. Entertainment for the meeting was furnished by Bob Prosser, pianist and student at Shurtleff Col- lege from Belolt, Wls. Mr*. (Menu be Atley Jr., *nd Mrs. Kilmer Da Atley were voted Into the organ* isatlon. Members were asked to fetpon*. to the visit of the Bloodmoblle la Wood River this Saturday. Interested persons are to contact Mra, George Hlnthorne, KB Lewis, Twenty persons were in attend* ance for the guest night meeting of the club. Represented were members of the Bethalto Woman's Club, East Alton Junior Woman's Club and the Alton Young Woman's Club. Mrs. Wllllsfn Harrison and Mrs. G. C Lowery wefe program chairman and music chairman, respectively. Hostesses were Mrs. A. L. Kitsmiller, Mrs. William Hicks, Mrs. Carl Rohr, Mrs. Joha Sly and Miss Betty Clayton. EVERS PAINTING AND DECORATING NOW IN PROGRESS! JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Ntw Merchandise, Usod and Floor Samples Watch for the many outstanding values to appear in this* paper later in the week. 29 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVER DIAL 4-4364 KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. 112 E. BROADWAY ALTON DIAL 3-9331 Its worth a lot with a b ^ around lou find out quickly that the new addition to your family demand* •mo* of your time. You learn, too, what a help your telephone it! You coH Jim to bring homeaome cotton nighties or some pads or undershirts. You call the doctor about the formula. You call the druggist, the grocer, the milkman. 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