Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 11, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 19SO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOlltVttt Shipman Phone Company Elects IHIPMAN, Jan. 11 (Special) — M. E. Lynch was elected director of the Shipman Telephone Co. at the annual meeting; Monday afternoon, at the Masonic hall. Hold 'ever directors are W. S. Matlack, A. G. Sehocneman, Wll* burt Kahl, and H. R. French. W. S. Matlack will continue at president, A. G. Schoeneman, vice president, *nd H. R. French iwretary- treasurer. Shipman Methodiiti Get Attendance Pins SHIPMAN, Jan. 11 (Special) Robert Archer received a pin for 23 consecutive years of attendance at the Shipman Methodist Sunday school and Victor Baxter jr., tot nine years of consecutive attendance, Sunday. The presentations was made by the superintendent of the school, V. B. Baxter. Attend Funeral RltM SHIPMAN. — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills and Miss Esther and John Meehan were at St. Louis, Saturday, to attend funeral rites for the Meehan'* aunt, Mrs. John Keely. A ton, William Keely of Wash Ington, because of weather conditions, did not arrive In time for the services. The body was placed in Calvary Masoleum and interment will be made after his arrival. Sophomore Party BHIPMAN. — The sophomore claaa of the high school held a coasting and skating party, Saturday evening, at the Virgil Challacomb* farm, northwest of Shipman. Prf sent /were Robert and Flor- tne* Challacombe, Thelma Young, June Lynch, Grace Drew, Sylvia Meier, Eugene Brueggeman, Gene Halliday, Richard Schuetz, Marvin Matlack, Don Reno, and Aubrey Whit*. A wiener roast concluded the party. Archer Cafe Sold SHIPMAN. — Mias Ganelle Williamson, OHlospie, has purchased the Anhar cafe, stock, and fixture*, from Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Archer and son, and will take possession Jan. 11. The Archers erected the building fur HEAL Speed in HEADACHE RELIEF ChooseLlQUID CAPUDINE! • Capuo'inecoiitaiMearahiHrMlecroe' •ltd bltnd.d and tooth- inf inf radiant* which CM bt comhwtd only in liquid fora*. So wh«a you take Capudina you don't wait for. any in jra- dioHts to dimlvo barora or after raking. Vory quickly, Capttdi** •*§*«• to hoadach* aad neuralgia. OSN accom- •eayiag narva strata, aad tharaby ra- trora yaw comfort. For MAL spood •so CaoudlM. Follew diractioni oa labaL NEW GIRL SCOUTS AT WOOD RIVER—A newly organized Girl Scout troop, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary Unit of Post 204, is shown at'a recent party. Scouts are: (back row, left to right) Dorothy Ressler, Sue Ellen Hanim, Carol Seynhoven and Janelte Forcade; (second row, left to right) Margaret Zumwa'lt, Jane Crull, Marilyn Nichols, Carol Belcher and Sandra Priest; and front row left to right) Carla Fletcher, Judy Peters, Beverly Maloney, Emily Hessel and Judy Boucher. Sue Tucker . . ."_ . ' i .1 i . .!_• i )___/i!-_!.__: __^Kji_,.\wn Ct«. .^^ n Moro Church Group Elects MORO, Jan. 1. (Sppr1«n—Elec- tion of officers of the Presbyterian .Junior-Junior HI group was held tnd family, Mr. and Mra. Henry Nolte and family, Mr. and Mr*. Harry Homm and daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. George Hen- drlcks and daughter, Marilyn, and Mr*. Letha Forrest. Also visiting at the Peters home Peter's son, Vernon were Mrs. Balster, a Sunday evening. Elected were president, ,1oyee Helmkamp; vice president, Maxlne Ayres; secretary-treasurer, Phyllis Dorsey; pianist, Gordon Prltchett; recreation leader, Marian Jenne. Dr. Sidney Blair Harry, general presbyter of St. Louis, will be the spehker nt the month of prayer service at the Presbyterian Church, Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The meeting announced for last Thursday evening was called off because of the Ice storm. At the resulnr meeting of the Ladies Aid Society, to be held all day Thursday, the newly elected officers will ho installed by the pastor, (lie Kev, K. C, Parrlsh. The day will hr spent quilling and a uot lurk luncheon will he served at noon. Warden Couple Kntertaln* MORO—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Peters, Worden, entertained the following guests from here Saturday evening nt their home: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Helm- knmp, Mr, nnd Mrs. Elmer Helm- senior at Concordia Seminary, St Louis, and her sister, Miss Clara I Aljets, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Peters, before her marriage, was Mrs. Laura Balster and liver in Moro. Enter* Hospital MORO—Mrs. M. C. O'Dell en- and Judy Emery were absent when the photo was taken, and Mrs. Marion Fletcher]—Staff photo. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. W. F. Stevens and opened for business, April 15, 1947. Attend St. Louis Ball Game SHIPMAN. — In attendance at. the Globe Trotter's basketball game, In St. Louis, Sunday evening, were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwlser, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kahl, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Halliday and daughter, Mary Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes and daughters, Ethel and Dolores. Kites Entertain at Supper SHIPMAN. — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Furtwengler, Staunton, Don Kdwards, Gillespie, and 'Mr. and Mrs. Barney Oberto and daughter of Wilsonvllle were supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. File. Services at Centerville SHIPMAN. — The Rev. Thomas Harris, Bethalto, filled an appointment at the Centerville Baptist Church, Sunday, and with his son, was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bohlmeyer. Shipman Note* SHIPMAN. — Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stouffe, with Mr. and Mrs. William Fite and son of Bunker Hill, took the women's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Meyers to St. Louis, Sunday tvenlhg, where she took the train for Houston, Tex., to visit the Rev. and Mrs. W. I. Gates. Mrs. Earl Dey and duaghter attended funeral rites for Mrs. Rose Rice at the Welse funeral home In Carlinvllle, Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Travers and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Cameron and daughter visited Sunday with Mrs. James 'Cameron, who Is an appendectomy patient at Macoupin Hospital, Carlinvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Marion McBride, Roxana, were guests Sunday of McBrlde'i sister, Mrs. Marcus Snedeker, and family. , Mrs. Fred Salzman and daughter visited Mrs. W. O. Cromwell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood and »on visited at Plainview, Sunday, with Mrs. Wood's sister, Mrs. A. .T. Newhy, nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wadsworth and family, Carlinville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Wadsworth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huddlestun. Marsha Kay Halliday spent the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dey. Cecil Winson, Alton, spent from Saturday until Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Winson. Mr. and Mrs. James Buzan and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bell, Fidelity, Saturday. Mrs. Austin Jaynes, Mrs. Earl Dey and daughter, and Marsha Kay Halliday, visited at St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield, Friday, with Mrs, Jaynes' sister-in-law, Mrs. Albert Snedeker, Bunker Hill, who is nn appendectomy patient at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dugan, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dugan, Carlinville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan Income Tax BOOKKEEPING EARL ROOK 250 Acton Ave. Wood River '' Phone 4-5751 and son. , Mrs. Jennie Kritz left Monday for her home nt Springfield aftei a visit with her sister, Mrs. Lydin Eddington. Mr. and Mrs. William Winson and son, Cecil, visited at Carlinville, Monday with Mr. and Mr*. Henry Hart. Von Will Not Be Ashamed To Wear Shoes WE REBUILD W. J. REEDER t SON I Washington t College Ave. tered Wood River Township Hospital this afternoon. She will undergo surgery Thursday, Truman Accused of Hypocrisy MOSCOW, Jan. 11, MPi - Prav di», the Communist party newspaper, today accused President Tnr man of "unprecedented hypocrisy 1 in saying the United States desire* Wordeit WORDSN—Mrt. Fred E. Bruftft. worth entered St. Franc!** tal, Litchfield, Saturday. She BUS* talned a fractured right shoulder in a fall on the ice. Mrs. James Ooton and daughter, Jeanette, Miss Sally Schneider, Mrs. Allen Schneider and daughter, and Mrs. L. W. Madoux attended services at the Christian Church In Gillespie, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Finke, Carpenter, visited Mrs. Viola Kuha, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soltermann of Wood River spent Sunday with the later's mother, Mrs. William Ursprung. Miss Clara Aljets, Washington, peace. The Communist, organ reviewed the President's three recent messages to Congress under the headline: "III Starred Advocate of American Imperialism." D. C, left Mon«it tit* • with Mr. arid Mrt. H. W, Fred E. 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