Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WfibNfiSBAY, JANVARY 11,19SO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH >A<rtrtt*BI IOOF Installs At Jerseyville Curl Busch Is New Noble Grand JERSEYV1LLE," .Tan. 11 - (Special)—The newly elected officers ot Jerseyville Lodge No. 53, IOOF, were Installed recently. Installed were Carl Busch, noble grand; Howard Groppel, vice grand; John B. Hunter, recording secretary; Ralph Little, financial secretary; Harold Wayman, treasurer; Clinton Frank, warder; Jesse Hamblln, conductor; Harold Campbell, Inside guardian; Henry Buchanan, outside guardian; Henry Catt, right supporter of noble grand; Thomas Challans, left supporter of noble grand; Lynn Miller, right supporter of vice grand; Joseph Slbley, left supporter of vice grand; Ray Nevius, right scene supporter; Estel Fraley, left scene supporter; Wilbur Cook, chaplain; trustees for one year, Laverne Isrlnghausen, Lynn Miller, Wilbur Cook, Thomas Challans, and Ray Nevius. The retiring noble grand Is Laverne Isrlnghausen. Thomas Challans was re-elected lodge deputy. Following the Installation, lunch E. C. Adams Heads Jersey State Bank for Seventh Year Do?i't Forget THE PARTY AT REXROATS Thurs., Jan. 12 JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 11.—(Special.)—At the annual business meeting of Jersey State Bank this week, Earl C.' Adams was reelected president for the. seventh consecutive serving in year. He that, post hai been since the death of the late Theodore S. Chapman, who alto was president for a number of years. Adams has been associated with the Jersey State Bank ,fof 17 years. Other officers elected by the directors were L. M. Dougherty, vice president; R. M. Warner, cashier; Hubert J. Catt and Miss Minnie Barron, assistant cashiers. At the stockholder's meeting, the following directors for 1950 were named: E. C. Adams, Louis H. Brockman, Leslie M. Dougherty, Robert L. Downey, William D. Landon, Dr. J. G. Schwarz, and Lloyd W. Sunderland. Among the directors present for the annual meeting were William D. Landon, 95, believed to be one of the oldest, if not the oldest, bank director in the state. He Is a charter stockholder ot the Jersey State Bank and has been a director since its organization In 1903. He seldom misses a weekly meeting of the .directors, or the Sunday services ot the Baptist church, where he has been a member' for 78 years. Jerseyville American Legion Auxiliary Initiates 10 Persons was served in the club rooms. Lo well Coonrod and Thomas Chal lans were iK charge of the installa tlon. Attend Masonic Meeting* JERSEYVILLE—Several mem bers of the Masonic lodge went t Kane Monday evening to aassis with ceremonies In which Frank Prough jr., received the Maste Mason degree at the meeting o King Solomon Lodge. In the groui were Dr. W. L. Mottaz, Everet. Edwards, Ralph Little, Dr. S. W Downey, Carl Maupln, R»lph Egel hoff, Gus Roth, Howard Crop pell and Marcus Post. A fish supper was served following the work, ' Saturday evening Dr. Mottaz Everett Edwards, Ralph Little ant Dr. Downey attended the installation of officers of the Masonic lodge at Hardin. Dr. Mottaz was installing officer for the evening GAMINEe e .a new, witty, scarf by '2.98 At leen in ModemoiteMe Qwkk-enenoe magic for a Spring tuit.. rW'—T lota* the mlicnievoiM spirit of Parts into the 36" square (we) right for creating a suit bloute, a gilet, a cowl neckline. Designer colon en pure tilk gaily sprinkled wMi Httie powder puffi, lipiticki, and gamine "coifs". MAIN FLOOR JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 11. (Special)—Ten persons were Initiated by Worthey Post American Legion Auxiliary at the January meeting, Monday evening, In Chapman Hall. They were Mrs. Thelma Alexander, Miss Mary Breltwelser, Mrs. Faye Chappell, Mrs. Margaret Chappell, Mrs. Helen Crawford, Mrs. Marie Fuchs, Mrs. Doris Haun, Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Mrs. Alice A. Jordan, anjl Mrs. Margaret Madson. Ten other persons will be initiated later. Membership was report ed -to be 138. The staff In charge of the Initiation ceremony Included Mrs. Peg McDow, Mrs. Hulda Drew, Mrs. Gladys Roberts, Mrs. Lena Arnold, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, and Mrs. Mary Margaret Isringhausen. Mrs. Opal Hughes and Mrs. Mary Hughes, sergeant-at-arms and assistant, had charge of the colors for the service. The Auxiliary Is planning to form a chorus among its members and all Interested In affiliating are to meet at 7:30 p. m. today at the home of Mrs. Irene Walsh, music chairman. Valentine Party Scheduled An old-fashioned valentine party is scheduled for February meeting. Each member is to bring a valentine and the committee In charge is composed of Mrs. Emma Powell, chairman, Mrs. Dora Bllgh, Mrs. Nona House, Mrs. Anastasla tiristen, Mrs. Clara Sackman, Mrs. Margaret, Kirsch, and Mr?. Maude Langley. The district director, Mrs. Irene Lewis, Virginia, will be invited to make her annual visit at the pot- uck meeting of the group In March. It. was voted to invite members of the Grafton unit to be guests of Jerseyville at this time and to rent the Holy Ghost Hall 'or the meeting so as to be able o accommodate the large group. Mrs. Vera Edwards, community service chairman, reported that 10 baskets were distributed at Christmas to various families. The cost was $89.99 and was shared by the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Forty & Eipht, which assisted in delivery. Mrs. Edwards was chairman of the committee, composed of Mrs. Dora Slieh, Mrs. Mary Hughes, and Mrs. Opal Hughes, assisted by oth- r Auxiliary members. j Unit AMimiftd Qulncy Home The department chairman ha ssigned the Illinois Soldiers an Sailors Home In Quincy,,to the lo al unit for rehabilitation aid. Th mlt has pledged to furnish 50 tra avors a month for the veteran here. The unit also plans ta sen alentines for the children *f th eterans In the home and Mr losie Schmleder has donated ' ross of valentines for this pur ose. Mrs. Nell Powers, gold sta hairman, reported that 50 card ad been sent at Christmas t< old star mothers. It was an ounced that 35 Christmas pack ges brought to the Chrlstma arty of the unit, were sent to the urses at the Norbury Sanitarium acksonville. A $5 contribution as given to the USO drive. Mrs. Celia Kallal read a com munication on child welfare work he will be In charge of a pro Jersey am Cut Trees As Coal Shortage Grows JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 11 — <spe clal)—Fuel has been In great de mand here the past several week as the coal shortage has grown and prices have risen. A number of men are solving their Immediate fiul problem bj cutting wood. Many old trees In (he city are being cut. Old apple trees, mulber rles, and a tew hard '.vood varletle which have outlived their useful ness are being given the ax. Th mentioned varieties produce good quality fire wood. The soft maples and other sof< woods ar*> also available and are being cut, but their wood does no' have the burning and heating qual (tie's of the others. Return Home .TERSEYV1LLE.—Mr. and Mrs Warren Gray returned Monday t their home here from St. Louis where they have been vlsitini relatives during the holidays. Stray Canines Create Menace At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE. .Tan. 11. (Spe clal)—-Dogs have been creating trouble in some sections of th city. The animals' creating the mis chief are reported as ownerles. and have been seeking food from outdoor garbage containers. Some complaints have been re ceived regarding peace distur bances created by the animals Complaints have also been receiver from pedestrians regarding severa dogs which have been snapping at people walking on sidewalks. Farmers residing within two miles of Jerseyville state that dog packs are again ranging'-the fields apparently in search of food and constitute a menace to livestock in the open. THE RIVIERA SHIRT... that popular favorite now in tissue faitte You loved it in cotton (hit tumrntr, Now hove^ your favorite Riviera shirt in hand- somt rayon tittut faille. Flirtatious itand- up collar, wide-cuffed ileevei. White, pink, aqua, lemon ice. Sizes ?2*3I. from Sportswear Main Floor Jersey Man Charged With Drunken Driving JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 11.—(Special.)—State police arrested a resident of the Jerseyville vicinity late Monday night on Highway 67 on a charge of driving a motor vehicle while under influence of intoxicating liquor. The motorist was removed from his car and taken to the Jersey County jail. A charge was filed Tuesday morning and bond of the defendant was fixed at $500. Preliminary hearing will be held Feb. 1 at 10 a. m. Arrest Jerseyan for Driving Without License JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 11.—(Spe cial.)—A local resident was ar rested Tuesday afternoon By state police, and charged with operating his motor vehicle without an Illinois license plate. The defendant returned from California in May, 1949, and had Failed to make application for his Illinois plates after the expiration of the time permitted for cars :o operate on foreign license elates. The case was continued for hearing Saturday. Find 'Accident' in Bridge Road Death The death of Mrs. Matilda Benkelman, 72, St. Louis woman killed in an auto accjdent on Route 67 a mile south of the approach to the Mississippi river bridge on the Lewis & Clark route Nov. 20, was "accident," a coroner's jury found Tuesday night. At another Inquest Tuesday night at Coroner Ben F. Staten's funeral home, a jury found the death of James (Harry) Cleveland, retired electrician, on Jan. 5 was probably due to coronary I thrombosis. Cleveland collapsed' North Alton My Popular Request "Fun In A Country Store," the one act farce which had a success ful two night performancejn De cember at Northslde Shelterhouse will be presented again at 8 p.m Friday at the Shelterhouse. Fea turlng a cast of home talent the play Is augmented'by several "sha dow productions" and a specla number, presented by Alice Horn Appearing in the play will be John Drexelius, Mrs. Victor Far rell, Leroy Boedeker, Roy Bock horst, Mrs. Leland Roberts, Mrs. Harry Wetstein, Ray Smith, Bert Elfgen and Mrs. Earl Bopp. Th< specialty numbers are 'presente< by Mrs. Roy Fessler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crockett, Art Cannon, Le nus Kaus, Les Chappee, Lynn Cooper, Mrs. Clarence Heaton Charles Foster and Vic Farrell. The play -will be sponsored b> the Northside Young Men's Club Residents of the community w'- were unable to attend the prevlou performances will have an oppor tunlty to watch the home folk In action Friday evening. The Young Men's Club basket ball team came out on' the shor end of a 41-32 score In a Teen Age league game with the YMCA Tuesday evening at East Junto gym. VVes Prultt was the leading point-maker for the Northslders, counting 12 tallies. Don Gibson let the Y team with 12 points. Girl Scout Troop 81 JJIects Donna Hu,ebener was" electei president of Girl Scout Troop 3 at the troop meeting Tuesday af ternoon at McKinley School. Othe officers named are Jo Ann Roberts vice-president; Judy Windsor, sec retary; and Mildred Beach, trees urer. Opal Winson, Carol Marsh Lynn SuUon and Carol Seilier were elected patrol leaders. The troop practiced the flag ceremony as its work for the af ternoon. The troop leaders, officers and patrol leaders were to meet this afternoon at McKinley to make the plans for the troop program throughout the remainder of the school year. The meeting was closed with the flag ceremony, pledge of allegiance, and taps. Shipman Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Watkins and rtrs. Betty Armstrong and son of Sodfrey, psent Sunday with Mrs. Vatkins 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs, loyal Deahl. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Odell and daughter of Alton* and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Fritz and family were guests Sunday of their mother, Mrs. Maye Odell. Mr. and Mrs. Llyod Wilson and laughter of Alton visited Wilson's iarent,s, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wil: on, Sunday. Mrs. Maggie Trotter entered 'erk's Nursing Home, Carlinville, Saturday for the winter. A. C. Wilson and Thomas Wilson took her to the home. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Pitman and :amily visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brueggeman, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard New by and daughters and Mrs. W. H. Schoeneman were at Alton, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Maxeiner, Godfrey, were Shipman visitors, unday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and Trs. Wayne Winslade were at Alon, Saturday, and Billy Winslade isited at Summerville with his randparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. aynes. Among improved devjces for use with combustion engines is a lubri- atlng oil purifier which will filter tie oil and heat it to a point where uch liquid impurities as gasoline, erosene and water will be vapor zed and driven off. n a West Third street restauran nd was pronounced dead on ar ival at the hospital. He hai '.sided at the Lincoln Hotel, CH future. gram on this theme In the near Refreshments were served following the meeting by the social committee, composed of Mrs. Opal Stephenson, chairman, Mrs. Gertrude Donham, Mrs. Vera Edwards, Mrs. Nell Powers, Mrs. Mllly Lou Whitley, and Mrs. Florence Barnes. Don't Sutler Another Minute No matter how many remediei you hive tried for itching cczemi, pioriails. infections, athlete's foot or whatever your skin trouble may be—anything from head m fool-WONDER SALVE can help you. Developed for the boyi In Ihe Army— now for you folk! al home , WONDER SALVE in white, (readies*, antiseptic. No ugly appearance. Safe for children. Get WONDER SALVE-resulU or money refunded. Truly wonderful. Sold In Allen by Sanderi Pord-Hopklni, B * W, and nrftnhira't DrUf 8l*r«n, or y*yr home town drufflit (A«v. For awe-inspiring beauty, take a mythical trip up the Mississippi River . . . through the magic of the camera lens . . . "SCENES ALONG THE Me ADAMS HIGHWAY" This book contains eight color and 29 black and white illustrations of the scenes published in the Telegraph last loll. Wo Ait Placing Hea On Salt at: * Mitker-Morriion * feten Gift Shop it Godwin Supply Store + loth letter's Newt Stands * Ireadway News Stand * 'hero Art Shop • In AMIIioa te felling Ttuni Over Our Own Counter. Pfteelt ALTON EVENINI TELEMAPH BttalneM Meeting Ladles Aid Society of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have Its business meeting and quilting program, Thursday, at the church. The business session was postponed from last week and will begin at 2 p.m. Members unable to attend the morning session program may attend the business session. A covered-dish luncheon will be served at noon. To Be Pitted For Kobe* Members of the junior choir of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will meet at 3:30 p.m. Thursday In the church basement to be fitted fot their robes. The juniors will practice at 4 p.m. The primary choir will practice at 3:30. The senior choir will meet, for practice at 7 p.m. Thursday at the church. The board of trustees will meet at 7:30 at the church. Work Day For Teachers Thursday, Jan. 19, will be a work day for teachers of McKinley-Delmar and Rufus East on schools as they prepare for the second half of the year's work. There will be no tehool that <tay tort the etttftot* will be back on their tegular schedules on Friday morning, Jan. 20. Miss Agnes Flske, first grade teacher, who slipped on the Ice last week, breaking her left arm near the shoulder, Is Showing lift* provement at Alton Memorial Hot' pltal and hopes to leave the hot' pital next week. V.F.W. Meeting Tonight The V.F.W. and Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 tonight at the Vet« eran's Memorial Center" on West Deiniar< • , CgJifHEMtiat Meeting The annual congrtgatkmal mating of Dim Street PtMfcyUrtM church will begin at t:M tenteM at the church. C«tmt> SPRINGFIELD. Jan. 11, Uf)_ Byron E. Koch, 32, hai bam name* as county judge tor Scott County, Gov. Stevenson announced yeattr* day. Koch was appointed to me* ceed Judge L, Allan Watt of Win* Chester who resigned. , ALTON LADY LOST 17 LIS. PRAISES RENNEL HIGHLY "Before taking Kennel,' ••»• Mrg. Edith Ah.ri. of lit Sv RIB. I weighed 170 Ib*. no* I mm 4o»B (• 113 Iba. and (eel Ilk* • ••» p«reo«. T owe a lot lo Rennei end pr*te» H highly." loie found* of bilky, •nilghtlj fat right In your own home. Make thle recipe yourself It'* no trouble a»d cost* little. Contains nothing harmful. Alk y««r dfuggtal for 4 ouneee •t ilquM **•••< tkle !•»• **•• fevttl* MM «M frottt* The* t*ke twe> •jtklMVwaf twin • «*». If* ttet *Mi»t«. 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