Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 6
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January 11, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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»AOIS1X ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY II, 1*10 Girl Scouts Set Roxana Potluck Officers to Be Installed at Meeting ROXANA, Jan. 11. — The dntp for the annual girl scout potluck supper has been set for Jan. 10 at 5:45 p. m. In the Community Building. Officers will be installed and reports of the various committees will be given at that tim* Operating Engineers Auxiliary KOXANA. — The Auxiliary of the Operating Engineers of the Shell Oil Co. will meet Friday eve- fling at 7:18 lit the horn* of Mrs. Allan Nelson on Sixth street, Wood River. Mrs. Ralph Schreler will be assistant hostess. tartlet' Prayer Meeting ROXANA. — The Ladles' Cottage Prayer Meeting of the First Baptist Church Is scheduled for 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Albert. Bean on East Tydeman avenue. Men's Brotherhood ROXANA. — Thirty-four men attended the meeting of the Men's Brotherhood of the First Presby- lerfan Church Monday evening. A sons test was accompanied by Mrs. Jack Vasey. A. .7. Kahan, a native of Austria, spoke on "Fond Impressions of an Immigrant." Kahan's closing remark WHS "We have our const!See Us For Your PLUMBING AND HEATING NEEDS! WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF KOHLER BATHROOM OUTFITS MUELLER FURNACES — All Kinds. SINK CABINETS - All Sizes. HOTPOINT ELECTRIC APPLIANCES SEPTIC TANKS—DRAIN TILE PIPE, FITTINGS, ETC. Wa'll instill thim ar till you thi parti tt rnakt your own installation. SEE OUR DISPLAYS fflHERN PLUNBIN U HEATING SUPPLY C Dial 4-4354 356 MflIN ST eHST HLTI1N HtTDtrt GHfitkenhamrr <-*^ frail H Wickenhausr tutioti and our Bible, and should be aware and always try to guard against anything that would destroy these." The program committee for the February meeting Is composed of Russell Carnahan, .Jack Vasey and Oscar KHenert. Legion Auxiliary to Meet ROXANA. — Members of the American Legion Auxiliary, Roxana Unit 870, have called a special meeting Friday at 8 p. m. In the Council room of the Community Building. Men's «»»• Meet* Officer*. ROXANA. — Waller Thompson was elected president of the Men's Bible Class Monday evening at the First Baptist Church. Albert Bean was elected vice- president and George Ukena was re-elected secretary and treasurer with Arvil Pickering his assistant. Devollonals were read by Merrill Harmon. Koxnnn Note* ROXAN/. — Mrs. Kathleen Hartsock, wife of Robert Hartsook of West Second street, underwent surgery Monday evening in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Campbell | have moved from the property of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oden on Thomas street to an apartment In the home of Campbell's brother-in-law nnd sister, Mr.^md Mrs. Wllmer Shirley and so" Gary, on Doerr avenue. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hughins of Central avenue attended a dinner dance at Blppen's Estate In St. Louis, Sunday evening. The occasion was the celebration of the twenty-third anniversary of the founding of the National Association of Power Engineers Auxiliary in St. Louis. Mrs. Hughins is president of the organization nnd was presented a Rift of a potted plant. White Sox Ready to . Meet Miachels'Half Way' CHICAGO, Jan. 11. (/PI—The Chicago White Sox will go "more than half way" in meeting any salary demands by their star second baseman, Cass Michaels, General Manager Frank Lane says. Lane denies that Michaels, a 24- year-old Detroiter, is balking. He also says he knows nothing of reports that Michaels insists on a $5000 raise. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS You are Cordially Invited to Attend the First Showing of The New PLYMOUTH * American Beauty on Display Wednesday, January 12 AT ROBERTS MOTORS, INC. 200 W. FERGUSON AVC. WOOD RIVER, ILLINOIS Bunker Hill Fire Department Meets Will Ask Counsel of City Attorney BUNKER MILL, an. 11 -'The fire department met Monday evening for Its regular meeting at the city hall. A committee was appointed to have the mayor and city council ask the city attorney to meet with the officers of the fire district. Various fire equipment which is needed was discussed. Staying at Hethalto BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Charles Miller and infant son, Charles David, left Memorial Hospital Sunday morning and are staying at the home of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Mary Brooks, In Betholto this week. Charles David was born Jan. 4, weighing 6V< pounds. Return From Hospital BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Bill Jaynes and daughter, Sherry Yvonne left Memorial Hospital Sunday morning and are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper. Sherry was born Tuesday, Jan. 4. W.C.T.U. to Meet BUNKER HILL— The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet Friday afternoon at the Methodist Church 'or its January meeting. Mrs. Fred Harper, president announced several important matters concerning work of the W.C.T.U. were to be discussed. Visit in Greenville BUNKER HILL — Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller and son Mark, visited relatives in Greenville Sunday afternoon. Monday evening they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuethe and children on the third birthday of their granddaughter, Kathy. BethaltoOES Initiation Tuesday BETHALTO, Jan. 11 — (Special) The Order of Eastern Star will initiate at a special meeting in the Masonic hall at 7:45 p.m., Tuesday. Officers will wear formal attire. Refreshments will be served following the ceremony. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Maxine Lamm, Mrs. Wanda Staas, and Mrs. Vera Bruenlng. Rotary Club Meet* Tonight BETHALTO— Carl Rodgers will preside at the regular meeting of tht« Rotary Club this evening in the social room of the Presbyter- Ian Church. Return* from Hospital BETHALTO — Ellen Clare Ellspermann was returned to her home late Tuesday evening and is convalescing today following surgery for the removal of her tonsils and adenoids. Ellen Clare is the five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ellspermann. Indies Aid to Meet BETHALTO -r The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. Henry Reiser at her home on Spencer street at 7:30 p.m. Friday, if weather conditions are favorable. South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Cox and family of Southard avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Douglas and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reeves and Cox's sister, Mrs. Otis Cato of Cottage Hills have returned from Zalma, Mo. where they were summoned by the serious illness of Cox's and Mrs. Cato's mother, Mrs. Alex Cox who underwent surgery in a Cape Girardeau hospital. She remains critically ill. Thelma Lynn Zeller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeller of Southard avenue is recovering from pneumonia. Larry Dean Zumwalt, 3, son of Mr. and "Mrs. Dean Zumwalt has been ill the past week and had to FALSE TEETH That LootMt Not Embarrass Mnny wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their Plate dropped, slipped or wobbled at just the wrong time. Do not live In fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle « little FASTEETH, the alkaline (non acid) powder on your plates. Holda false teeth mere firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not aour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store. (Adv.) ASTHMA SUFFERERS WATCH THIS SPACE A KepreMntatlva of th» ASTHMA-NEFRIN CO. Will Bo At Our Stores to Advise Vou in the Relief of Asthma Thursday, Jan, llth, 12 E, Ftr|ut«n. Waa< Rlvir Stir* Friday and Saturday, Jan, Itth, llth at aur III lalla Stara. COME IN TOMORROW • Mti STOKES IN ALTON, WOOD RIVER, JKNMSYVIUJC, IUJNOI*. East Alton Boy, 2, Swailowt 20 Cold Pfflt EAST ALTON, Jan. 11.—Rofcert Kline, 2, son of Mr. and Mr*. William Kline, lOB School street, received emergency treatment at Wood River Township Hospital, Tuesday lit 10:45 a. m., after swallowing about 20 Cold tablets. Relatives reported the condition of the child is Improved.and he seemed to be none the worse for the experience. Bttv* n*Hl URMPOttw 1 EAST ALTON.-The condition of Mrs. W. A. Will, 4» Job street. who entered Alton Memorial Hospital, Jan. 2, and underwent major surgery two days later, Is greatly improved according to reports from relatives. Mrs. Will hopes to be able to return to her home In a few more days. Girl Scout Meeting EAST ALTON. - Mrs. >'. Edward Todd, neighborhood chairman, has called a meeting of the East Alton Neighborhood Girl Scout hoard for Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the Community Building. Purpose of the meeting if to set up a tentative program for the remainders of the year. All board members, leaders, and co-leaders are urged to attend the meeting. Wesleyan,Service Guild Meets EAST ALTON. — "The Whole of Love" was discussed at the Wesleyan Service Guild meeting, Monday evening, at the home of Mrs. Clifford Cooper. Miss Jessie McDonald led the discussion with Mrs. Florence Day, Mrs. Robert Gipson, Miss Edna Morgan, and Miss Adele McDonald taking part on the program. Devotionals were presented by Mrs. George F. Smith jr. The Monday night meeting of the Guild was not only the regular monthly meeting, but was also the ninth anniversary of the organization of the group. Following the lesson discussion and the business period, games provided entertainment with Mrs. Leo Wools voted as the person dressed best to represent the month of her birth date. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Clarence Qulllen. The February meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Gipson, 516 Washington. Gleaners Meeting Friday EAST ALTON. — The Gleaners class of the First Methodist Church will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence Quillen, 309 Monroe. Duo Claia to Meet EAST ALTON. — The regular monthly meeting of the Duo class will feature a covered dish dinner, Friday at 6:30 p. m. in the social room of the church. Hostesses for the occasion will be Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Whitten and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker. Glenn Cunningham is president of the class. Osids Burn Trees EAST ALTON. — The efforts of be placed in a steam tent. Mr. and Mrs. Zumwalt and son live in 'the district where the flood was threatening and had to move their sick son to the home of Zumwalt's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Zumwalt, at Hartford. Ray Pruett and sons, Don and Johnny, of Main street, visited in Jerseyville with Cleve Timpe. Mr. and Mrs. Dean. Reeves visited Monday in Greenville with Reeves' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Reeves. ; Mrs. Ray Pruett and son Gary j of Main street visited Sunday with her brother, Parker Zumwalt, of Hartford. the Dad's Club to burn discarded Christmas trees met with success last evening when the whole pile was quickly consumed in a great mass of flames that could be seen from a great distance. East Alt«S Jtetei EAST ALTON. — Sheryll Ann Barker, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roe C Barker, Louisiana, Mo., Is spending this weelr with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Rkhardson, 902 Monroe. Sheryll Ann's brother, BlUy, underwent an emergency appendectomy, Sunday evening, at the Louisiana hospital. Mr. anft Mrs. Richardson .went to Louisiana, Monday, to bring the girl home with them, so. the parents may be free to remain at the hospital with the boy. ' ' ' ' Miss Ha Raffaelle, 211 McCasland, will be guest vocalist before the Business and Professional Woman's Club of Edwardsvtile, Thursday evening. Ha, a student, at Shurtleff College, is also choir director at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Floyd Blalne, 153 Shamrock, returned to her home Sunday evening, after spending the past week with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blalne Jr., Rolla, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Blalne jr., are the parents of a son, Kevin Floyd, born Dec. 31 at Waynesville, Mo. Mrs. Blalne jr., is the former Miss Betty Smith, Shawneetown. Kevin Floyd Is the second grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blalne, sr. Wr. and Mrs. August Holrrian, Rockford, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Clausen, 130 North Pence. Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kern, 107 Ferguson, Included Mrs. Kern's grandmother, Mrs. Luclnda Beasley, Glen Allen, Mo., who Is making her home with relatives here, Mrs. Bernadlne Bellm, Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Muriel McGee and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Porter, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roach and son, Ronnie, 604 Monroe, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Manganelll, Staunton. Mrs. Beulah Treece, Chicago, is visiting her sons, Albert Treece, East Alton, Raymond Treece, Alton, and her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Foster, also of East Alton, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Treece was a former resident of East Alton for many years and was a former attendance officer for School District 101. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Simmons and daughter visited Simmons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons, Glen Allen, Mo. Mr. and OF SIMM! INSTANTLY SpMd amaiinf relief from misery of simple pilec, with soothing Pato*. Acti to relieve pain, itching instantly. Lubricate* dry. hardened parts. Help* prevent cracking, reduce swelling. Don't tuffer needless torture of simple piles. Get Paio for comforting relief. Ask your doctor about it Suppository form or tube* with perforated pip*. 'Pitt Oiitlmtitl titt Suffenlfriu $) VISIT REXROAT MOTORS THURS., JAN. 12 SEE THE AMERICAN BEAUTY Mrs. titmiMMii and daughter are farmer East Alton residents who now reside at Meadowbrook. MNjusra t*kysMlM Dws ROCKFORD, Jan. 11, <*>—1». Arthur Peat-man, <5, Rockford physician and veteran of the Armys World War 1 Medical When your skin is irritated with pimples, red blotches and other skin blemishes, and you're crazy with itching torture, here's fast relief. Get a 40e box of Peterson's Ointment at your druggist and apply this soothing balm. Promptly relieves smarting and Itching. Your skin looks better, feels better. 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