Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 10, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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TUfclDAY, JANUARY 10, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ?AOI FIFTH* Upper Alton few FiJHM Mere Now Residents of Seminary road report thfere are very few foxes In that locality this year though two ycart ago they appeared to be numerous 'and many were killed. Because the arm is pretty well rid of the pests, farmers have not been holding drives this year though Shown it 8:20 P. M. Only ETHELMMMME-KEiiM«vMi PLUS SECOND FEATURE Shown at 7:00—9:55 P. M. SUSMNSI...«b*v* SKX INE HUMS' MAKE •HUDSON each man keeps a constant watch ns there Is no closed season on foxes. Tomorrow M*vln Maxefner and Harold Cathorall expect to take tnelr dogs out for a run again. A few days ago, the men were out together with eight dogs and a fox was captured. Fleet footed, the foxes usually outdistance the dogs but this time the fox turned in the right direction to meet seven of his pursuers and while the dogs, well experienced In fighting foxes laid off the fray, they did keep worrying and chewing at the animal until the men arrived and used their gun*. Friends Nark Birthday Seven friends called at the home of Miss Fanny Stebblns, 1917 Jcr- 1ST AT I TONITE AND WED, Shown at 8:30 — AND — ROXANA. ILL. THEATRE TONIGHT & WED. Gary Cooper • Jane Wyatt 'TASK FORCE" Shown at 9:11. Kathryn Grayson, Jose Iturhl "THAT MIDNIGHT KISSV Shown at 7:35. SELECTED SHORTS DELICIOUS AND DELIVERED CHICKEN IN THE, BOX i French Fried Chicken Cole Slaw French Fries Hot Rolls $<fl.2S IE DELIVERED FREE! Orleans Style FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP Otoktill Sauei Frtnih Frits JANE WE8ENER •AKERY I CAFE |M« STATE ST. DIAL 3-97S9 Shown at 7:00 10:00 - PLUS LATE NEWS Doors Open •:4» p m TONITE ft WEDNESDAY A *ttiM*t rKhn jttnHi| OOIOTHV DAN STIILING Lamour • Duryea • Hayden Shown at 8:42. MIDTOWN 1M E. FerKiuon • Wood River L± Now - Ends Wid, ±1 FRED MacMURRAY MAUREEN O'HARA IN "FATHER WAS A FULLBACK" Shown 8:90 Only. * * AND * * ROCHELLE HUDSON CESAR ROMERO BRUCE CAIOT IN "SHOW THEM HO MERCY" Shown 7:20 Only. LUX THEATRE KDWARDSVILLE, OX. TOHITE and WED. January 10, H JUNE HAVER — MARK gTIVBNi "Oh You BeaHttful Doll" Tonight and Wednesday Shown »t 1:15 - •:*> ALSO SELECTED SHORTS. FAUUSTTE + BRODKRICK * JOHN *WIIJ<IAM TODDARD * CRAWFORD * IRELAND BISHOP "ANNA LUCAfTA" HENRY THE MAIN MAKER Kit TWfttr QUADALCANAI sej», Sunday afternoon to mark her birthday anniversary. Their visit Wai a surprise. Opening of gifts and the serving of refresh* ittenti completed the .afternoon. Those at the party were Mrs. Link Baker, Mrs. Alice Clark, Mrs. Edward Schwartzbeck, Mrs. Peter Voumard, Mrs. H. K. Barnett, Mrs. ' Robert Cockrell and Mrs. Mamie Branson. • j Home !<>om Florida Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beuttel, , 3320 Brown, have returned home from a visit In Florida. They spent i Christmas at Jacksonville with i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beloit and ; children and then were in Sara- ! sola, where they own a filling sta- \ tlon. While away they saw numerous Altonians Including Mr. and Mrs. Carl Luer, who are completing the erection of an apartment house; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Volz and Di. Clarence Merkle. i They are talking of tempera- ! lures around 78 and 82 and they j brought home with them five bush- | els of grapefruit and oranges, j which they bought, at prices vary- \ Ing from $1 to $2. , j Mr. Beuttel, who recently severed his connection with the AAA has taken a position as salesman. with the Clover Leaf Agency. With Alton Unit Alton Unit, Madison County Home Bureau, met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Helen Groshan, Humbert road and planned a special lesson to be held Jan. 31 at the home of Mrs. Howard Reynolds, East College. The lesson will be on chair caning and will begin at 10 a.m. Each is to take her own chair to work on and her own lunch. Sixteen members and two guests, Mrs. Richard Beuttel and Mrs, Everett Miller, who later became members, were present and answered roll call with, suggestions on how to avoid' family arguments. Mrs. Fred Paris and Mrs. Karl Waggoner presented the major lesson, "How to Combat Worry and Obtain Better Mental Health;" Mrs. Helen Groshan, the minor lesson, "Frostings" and Mrs. W. L. Behnen the health lesson on Polio. The next regular meeting will be held Feb. 13 with Mrs. Earl MacMichael, 3418 Leo. Mrs. MacMichael directed recreation at yesterday's meeting and her prizes were oranges which she brought home from a Christmas vacatiqji in Florida. Seeking Strata for Crossing Four from the bridge design office of the state highway department have been drilling along the G. M. & O. right-of-way ndar the Humbert street overhead bridge to determine the underlying strata for the construction of the proposed railroad crossing. Last evening at near quitting time, the drilling had been made to a depth of 43 feet through clay. It is said no rock had been encountered In the test borings. The tests will furnish foundation information necessary for the structure. • Milton Mother* Meet Friday Fourth grade mothers will be hostesses at the covered dish luncheon that will be served at 12:20 Friday to open the monthly meeting of the Mothers' Club of Milton school. At 2 o'clock, Miss Louise Anthony, library supervisor, will speak on "Children's Books and Records" preliminary to the' business meeting. Pre-school aged children will be cared for during the meeting. Itotherhood Elects Dr. Robert Lynn was elected president of the Brotherhood of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church at. a business meeting held at the church last evening following H covered dish supper. R. B. Logan was elected vice-president; Jesse Farmer, secretary- treasurer; Douglas Getty, publicity chairman, and Clifford Oman, program chairman. The executive board will select a delegate to attend the National Council of CARNIVAL Turner "Rajah's opinion of American women not for press! Must face 137 wives when he go home!" Presbylerian Men to be held in Chicago Feb. 10-12. Found Nearly Frozen One oj! the stories that is being told regarding happenings of lait. week's ire storm concerns a small colored boy who was found standing in the middle of a highway half frozen in wet clothing. He had waded across a creek. A passing motorist picked him up and carried him to a nearby store where he was given a thorough rubbing and warm dry clothing. Condition Satisfactory The condition of Richard Nickens, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nickens, 2114 Rockwell, was said to be satisfactory at Memorial Hospital this morning, where he underwent surgery yesterday. The operation is one of a series that are being performed to correct a congenital condition, three of which have been performed. Two more will complete the work, it is thought. Card Party Thursday The Forming Auxiliary of Oweng-Illinois Glass Co., will give a dessert card party at 1 p. m. Thursday. The party, postponed from Christmas week, will be held in the club rooms. Woman's Organization Wednesday The Woman's Organization of College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet at 2 p. m. Wednesday for the installation of officers and for the drawing of names for the five circles. This meeting was postponed from Wednesday of last week. To Attend Funeral Mrs. Rosetta Sitze, 2610 Sidney, and son, Orville, will leave tomorrow morning for Grassy, Mo., to attend the funeral of her father- in-law, Noah Sitze, who died Monday morning. Wendell B. Sitze, a son, with Mrs. Sitze, and a daughter, Mrs. Charles C. Clark, and Mr. Clark, left Sunday morning soon after receiving message telling of his serious condition. Midwinter Institute The Methodist Youth Fellowship of Main Street Methodist Church will go to East Alton this evening to attend the midwinter institute, which is being held for churches in the Alton-Edwardsville district. The institute is held each Monday night during January. The group will leave the local church at 7 p. m. Mothers' Club Wednesday Meeting at 1:15 In the school library, the Mothers' Club of Horace Mann School will enjoy refreshments before taking up their program and business meeting. if TONITE LAST TIMES * "I WAS A MALE WAR BRIDE" SH £ 3 r "LEAVE IT TO HENRY" Shown 7:30 OPEN 6:30. WOODRIVER WEDNESDAY 4 BIG DAYS — Shown -7:31 Miss Bernlcc Williamson, director of art in Alton school system, will speak on "Grade School Art" and will exhibit various types of work done by pupils this summer as well as giving a demonstration of other types, which can be done at home. Mrs. David Andrew Weaver will review a current article on "Dis- cipline". Mothers may visit class rooms at the close of-lhe meeting. Fourth grade mothers will be hostesses; Mrs. Stanley Monks Is chairman of the refreshments committee and door hostesses are Mrs. Walter Card nncl Mrs. Robert Luly. To Organize Senior tinit A court of honor will be held nt Milton School Monday evening, Jan, 16, to lay the ground work for the organization of Senior Unit 15, It will be sponsored by Milton PTA ns is Hoy Scout Troop 15. Members of Troop if) have been paying special attention to the bird feeders built this winter nt their camp grounds on Fosterburg road. During the ley went her, 50 pounds of cracked corn, half of which was furnished by Sportsman's Club, was taken to (lie three feeders which are built across n 20-acre woodland. Two coveys of c|iiail were noted to be within 50 yards of the feeder. N'one were there In the early fall. fpprr Alton \otcs .Mrs. Ruby Cox, 1107 Washington, entered St. Joseph's Hospital Monday afternoon. This morning her case was diagnosed as pneumonia. Marilyn Diane, n nionlhs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Linen- reiser of .1015 Watalee, has been ill for four weeks with a severe case of bronchitis, which followed measles. Mrs. Ruby Cross, 2114 Rockwell, who was taken to St. Anthony's Inflrmnrv paralyzed Wednesday afternoon, is regaining use of a part of her body. ' Itudin for SHOW Trucks WASHINGTON— UP)— The Capital Transit Co. has installed radios in 16 of its snow fighting trucks — but. not to amuse the drivers. The radios will he shortwave sets by which the company will direct the trucks here and there to dump sand. TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" TODAY LAST TIMES * Shirley Tetaple, Barry Fitzgerald "THE STORY OF SEA BISCUIT" Shown 3:15 5:Jtl 7:29 9:25 47c TILL 6 GRAND WEDNESDAY & THURS. »$« ^ecny HUlpN in A(l . . _ . .J I. a _M . -lAMDEMAREST Shown 1:25 3:30 5:30 7.30 9:35 if TODAY LAST TIMES * HUMPHREY BOGART "TOKYO JOE" Shown 3:50 6:35 0:10 "MISSISSIPPI RHYTHM" Shown a:U 8:OS S0o TILL 5 PRINCESS Wed. & Thurs. PLUS EXPOSE OF MODERN CATTLE HUSTLER!! DON MARJORIf SIEVI •ARRY • STEELE - IRODIE Shown 1:10 4:35 7:W TONITI!« "FATHIII WAS A FULLiACK" WED, • 4 DAYS — "HOLIDAY IN HAVANA" WILD E Y HKR STOftY .,. •MAT WANTED" THK NATION'S PROBLEM WV I WWmW I mW 35 Attend Sleighing Party Near Ptasa SHIPMAN, Jan. io-<Speciat — Thirty five were present Saturday afternoon at a sleighing .party at the Russell Davis farm, west of Pal sa,'for members of the Intermediate class, taught by Mrs. Harold Wninwright, and the Junior class, taught by Mrs. Clifford Talley, of the Piasn Methodist. Sunday school. Mrs. Glenn Lahr and Mrs. Ralph Waggoner were guests. Following the coasting, a weiner roast was enjoyed. Freshman Class Party SHIPMAN—The freshman class ot Shipman High School enjoyed a parly, Friday evening. Coasting on the Winslnde hill was followed by skating and a weiner and marshmallow roast, at the high school ball diamond. Twenty-five wore pvr-swt. Sixth Birthday Honored SHIPMAN--- Mrs. George Kahl entertained at a party Saturday afternoon honoring the sixth birthday of her daughter, Sandra. Prizes in games were given to Pi-Ann Kahl and Mary Lou Steln- koenig. Others present were Gary and Mary Jane Christopher, Pauln Taylor, Jean Kahl, Betty and Franklin Kahl, Danny Utaham, Mrs. Anne Kahl, Mrs. Robert Kahl p.nd Mrs. Miles Christopher. The dining (able was centered with a birthday cake with candles and each child received favors of balloons and suckers. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Sliipnmn Note* SHIPMAN —Mr. and Mrs. Everett, Trnvers were called to Macoupin Hospital, Carlinville, Friday evening, where their daughter, Mrs. James Cameron of Carlinville, underwent an emergency appendectomy. Kverett. Lyle Cameron returned home with his grandparents and spent the night at the home of his uncle,, Rollo Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Cameron took the child back to Carllville Saturday and visited at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Schoeberle of Brighton visited Saturday with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Stone, St. Louis, were guests Saturday of Stone's sister, Mrs. Roy Lockyer. Mr. and Mrs. Orel Ragle and daughter were at Alton, Saturday. U AUTO. STATE LICENSE •f IIM HARRY A. MOOM PIANO TUNING and RiPA «D3 rare* Are.. Alton. INCOME 1AX RETURNS lOOKKEEMNG SERVICI Call t-MM INCOME TAX RETURNS PROPERLY PREPARED BY A QUALtrno ACCOUNTANT AND TAX CONSULTANT (Over SO Veers Accounting in* Tux Experience) • COMPLETE SERVICE • ALL FORMS roH . INDIVIDUALS ii FARMERS EAR! . ACCOUNTANT • TAX CONSULTANT OPTICB Ml W. Third St. (Over Hollywood Shop) Phonti: 2-8231 — 3-683* ALTON, ILL. INSTBOCTION Coupln To Wed EAST ALTON.—Mi-, and Mrs. Joseph O. Reynolds, 531 Whitelaw avenue, East Alton, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Ellen A., to James H. Cannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cannon, 467 Wood River avenue, East Alton. Cannon, a navy veteran, Is employed in the mold shop of Owens- Illinois Glass Co, His fiancee, a graduate of local schools and Lake View College of Commerce is employed In the office of Dr. F. M. Leever, Wood River. ItA fWOULD LIKE TO TALK—To reliable men who would like to train In ipare time lo learn welding, mttal work, spray palntlnc ai reletetf to AuM Body and Fender repairing; ihoukt be mechanically Inclined; will not Interfere with your job. For Information nbcut this training write, it once, living name. address, •!• and- working hours. Auto-Crafti Trclnlnf, TOO ear* Telegraph. "VETERANS Why accept anything I«M than the best? Thousand! of mechanically inclined men have benefited throuik C T. l. Training. We will a»»Ut you In Betting part time work while attend* ing school to add »80 to f 115 par month lo your government subsistence of tTt to 1120. Learn one of the following splendid pay trades In only 30 WMkK Auto or Diesel Mechanic* Body and Fender Repairing— Painting Refrig- — Air Conditioning Radio - Television Servicing Electricity - Electronics. You will be taught on modern equip* ment In our large ihopi under •Xpert supervision. Free- placement service after graduation. Living facilities available. Write today for complete detail!. No obligation. Commercial Trade* In- stltute, Box 1200. care Telegraph. »LP MANTBD—HAbS WANTED AUTO SALESMAN Good opportunity for right man. Selling experience helpful but auto telling not essential. Salary plui commission. Apply in person. 60 Alton - Edwardsville Road WOOD RIVER WANTED — 100 men to work for Cod. Experience not necessary. Victor Why ers. m. l, Alton, 111. SINGLE MAN — For general farm work. Clark GreenwaM, West Alton, Mo. LgQAL NOTICM NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice i« hereby given to all persons that First Monday in March, 1950, is the Claim Date In the estate of Bert Huckstep. Jr., Deceased pending In the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and thai claims may be filed agalnit the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 6th day ot January>1950. CECILS rtUCKSTEP, Executrix. Attest: JOSEPH HEALEY, Probate Clerk. JACOBY. PATTON & MANNS, Attorneys, (K. W. PATTON!. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that First Monday in February, 1650, Is the Claim Date in the estate of Oscar Frank Sotteiman, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance ot summons. Dated thli 30th day of December, 1049. ELSIE LAURA MICHEL, i Executrix. Attest: JOSEPH HEALEY, Probate Clark. W. H, THOMAS, Attorney. 61,1 East Third St., Alton, Illinois. Jan. 10. IT. 24. UAMt U» {'HANKS ROBERT C. FENTON — We wish to thank friends, relatives and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during our re'cent bereavement, also for floral offerings and use of ears. Mr, and Mrs. Byron Fenton and Family. IN NEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY — Of our dear mother, Mrs. Hannah Hinrichs. who passed away 4 years ago Jan. 10, 1946. Wo have only a beautiful memory, To remember our whole life through, Its sweetness will linger forever, At we treasure that memory of you. Sadly missed by daughters, Mrs.' Leona Tlmmermeier, Mrs. Ida Eaves, And all who loved her. MONUMENTS—fhM LOTi MONUMENTS MARKERS ORDER NOW AT SPECIAL WINTER DISCOUNT FOR SPRING DELIVERY. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN ALL LEADING GRANITES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. DELANO GRANITE WORKS, Inc. DIAL 2-2353 (DAY OR EVENING) WILL THE GENTLEMAN—Who assisted the colored lady who fell In downtown store, Wednesday, please call 3-3420T WESTERN STAR LODGE No. 1 I.O.O.F —Installation of officers, Wed. evening, 7:.W. Visiting brethren welcome. Re- freshmenU. Earl Bergesch, N.G. PIASA LODGE—No. 37 A. F. * A. M. Special meeting Tuesday, Jan. 10, 7:30 p. m. Work In First degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Harold W. eUattle. W. il. WOOD RIVER LODGE-Ne. MM. Spe- . . cial meeting Wednesday . Jan. 11 at 7 O'clock. C. A. degree. VUttlng breth ran welcome. T , n<uu> w „. FRANKLIN LODGaT-No. U. A. f- * A. M, Special meeting Jan. 10. » •. a*. Work in first degree. VUlllag brethren W * >CO<n *'Verna WIIUamtoB. W. M. II LOST—lT»AVia.-HOtKM LOST — Black, tan and white female fox hound. Will be identified!* three Initiate In each car. Liberal reward. Leroy Oalfney. Medora. Phone 50K. II NOTMlg NOTICE - I will no longer be rea»en< ilble for any debt* contracted for to anyone other than myself. Dated U»U 10th day of January. 1MO. PwwM H Laux. 430 K. 3rd WANTUV^auilr (Mi wMvla«. INTERESTED IN A LIFETIME CAREER? A long established food manufacturer Is looking for a man between 23 and 35 to sell and merchandise Us line ot nationally advertised products to retail grocers in Alton, Granite City and Immediate surrounding area. Prefer married man with some college education. Experienced In selling to retailers. Advancement normally Incur* traveling or transfering. Car and business, expenses furnished. Will receive thorough training. Write addreia below, giving penonal background, and details of sales experience. Plllsbury Mills, Inc.. 2683 Big Ben Blvd., St. Louis 17. Mo, ' • WANTED—Male attendant Stay nlghU with elderly man. Phone 3-9M3. WANTED—Radio and television repair man: food salary, must be exper- lenced. Write Box 850. care Telegrapa SALARY, OVER RIDE AND COMMISSION N Will be given to experienced Insurance salesman by an old line Legal He- serve Stock Co.. specializing in the finest hospitalizatlon contract! available. If he can qualify for office manager's position. J. P. Schmidt. Beeerva) Life Ins. Co.. SIT Metropolitan Bldg.. East St. Louis. 111. WANTED REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Good personality. honest and ambitious, experienced in aaleiwork preferred. Apply by letter giving cjualitU cations, experience and references, Write Box 830. care Telegraph. u HELP WANTED— SENSATIONAL MONEY-MAKERS! Wonder-value Everyday Greeting Card! pay you up to 100% cash profit. M year "round fast-sellers retail We up. Box Assortments. Stationery, Plastie gifts. No experience needed. Amazing • - - — - " ~"Ra<- J808 Cermak. Di 202. Chicago 8. 111. gift plan. Samplea on approval. Oil? ATIVE CARDS. 2806 Cermak. Sept. MAKE MONEY SPARE TUtt! — Iti easy! Show new Everyday Cards. Self- selling 15-Card box for all oeeailona pays you up to 100% on tl sale*. PLASTICS. Metallic! Jumbo, others. Also Imprinted Notei, Stationery, Napkins. FREE Samplei, Assortment! OR approval. FRIENDSHIP, 4O4 Adams. Elmira. N. Y. WANTED—Young woman for general housework. Pleaae give reference! with, reply. Write Box 730. care Telegraph. TYPIST—Beginning or experienced typist. Speed and accuracy necessary. 8- day week. Salary open. Write Box 600, care Telegraph. SECRETARY - Local UFduitryT B-day week; heavy dictation. Salary open. Write Box 630. care Telegraph. M. & M. OPERATOR—Local concern needs experienced multi-Uth or multi- graph operator. Salary open. Young lady desired. Write Bo* MO. ear* Telegraph. tl SITUATIONS WANTED—MAM IBM OPERATOR—a yeari' experience with tabulator, reproducer!, collators, santors, interpreter!, key punch and verifiers. Phone 4-M61. 10-« p. m. FIRST CLASS—Carpenter work wa»t- ed. 3-B160. WILL DO WOOD SAWING—Huckman; Brighton, 111.. Route 1. HOME REPAIRS—Miscellaneous work. electrical, plumbing, linoleum tile, guttering — any repair work In boms). Phone 2-4175. WANTED — Hedge poet! to cut Dial 3-oaan after 4:30 p. m. •It f»AMT»D—r WASHING AND IRONINGS — WantM by experienced lady. Dial 4-8534. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER — Would like part time work. Dial a-7571. YOUNG LADY — Wanta office work. Beginner typist. Dial 1-1410. DAY WORK WANTED — 5 days pet week. References. Dial a-»H». WANTED—Cleaning by day ana) iron- Ings. Experienced. Dial 4-7»«0, ~ YOUNG MAN. it— Would like typing or office work of any kind, lome col; lege and atllee experience. Dial a-iOOl WHITE LADY-rWanti to do homework by day. Dial a-ttao. *JL fF WHITE LADY - Want! waahUni enil Ironlngi. Reasonable prieee. Phone WANTED - Practical nuning. M HlHllslttH WANT!*'- a reiponslble.youMjw* help olW».te « f ff t •wrtai ^fSSH Muit be n«et, well mannered MM **f*\ furn Phone ! Ussst 11 lor

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