Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 18
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January 11, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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>AOE ((•••••ilMMB* 1 Dorscy Lutheran Church Elects Louis D. Bartels Named Chairman DORSCY, Jan. 11. (Special) — Sunday afternoon, the annual congregational meeting was held and the following men were elected to office: Louis D. Bertels, chairman; Roy Berlelg, elder; Percy Ruppel, secretary; Leonard Bertels, treasurer; Raymond Bertels, assistant treasurer, and Leland Johnson and Eldor Bertels, ushers. Installation of officers will take place Jan. 22. Dorsey Note* DORSEY — Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bertels and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Holgren and son of Wood River, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Edwardsvllle, and Mr. and Mrs, Frederick Aljets were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bertels and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen Rust visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bertels, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duelm, Alton, visited Duelm'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnson, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahnan- kamp and children of Moro, were dinner and supper guests, Sunday, of Mrs. Hahnankamp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson. E. H. Dietzel spent Tuesday morning In Edwardsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tltchenal, Fosterburg, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Howard Tltchenal and daughters. Mrs. Henry Hahenkamp and children, Moro, visited Mrs. E. H Dietzel and Mrs. A. C. Burjes and children, Sunday afternoon. Gives Birthday Dinner at Kane ALTON EVBMNO TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY II, it* KANE, Jan. 11. — (Special.) — Mrs. George Reno entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner, honoring her daughter-in-law, Mrs Richard Reno. Attending, in add! Won to the honoree, were Richard Reno, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berry the Rev. and Mrs. Mason Smith Miss Helen Neal, and Barbara Weller. Enters Veteran'* Hmiplfnl KANE. — William Scogglns en tered the veteran's hospital at Jefferson Barracks, Sunday, for surgery. Live Wire Clam M««t» KANE. — The Live Wire class of the Baptist Church met Saturday at the home of Miss Barbara Clendenen. She was assisted by Miss Joan Dlxon. A prize was awarded to Miss Nola Crotchctt. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Attend Funeral Kites KANE. •— Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shackelford left Sunday for Hebron, Neb., to attend funeral rites of Shackelford's father, B. F. Shackelford. He was 96 when he died. Sunday Guest* KANE. — Sunday guests of Mrs. T. J. Masterson were Mr. and Mrs, Pete Kelsey, Carlinville, and Mrs. Don Young of Egypt, who is here (or a visit with relatives. Kane Notes KANE. — The Rev. and Mrs. Mason Smith, Miss Helen Neel and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weller went to Jacksonville, Sunday, to see Miss Joy Crawford, who Is a patient In • hospital. Miss Alice Little, Delhi, was a guets Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Devenlng. Mr. and Mrs. George Milncr had as dinner guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milner, Jerseyvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Milner, Carrollton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milner, Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marshall, Old Kane, , and Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall, Roodhouse, were guests Sunday of Mrs. J. D. Elmore. Donald Darr and family of Jer- •eyville, and Guy Hetzel of Old ELECTRIC SIGNALS which were put up by Illinois Power Co. at its entrance on the Alton-East Alton road have been put in operation. Upper photo^hows line of cars stopped on the main highway waiting for those coming from the power plant to turn onto Broadway. Lower photo shows a car coming from East Alton making a left turn into the plant road on the signal provided, while cars coming from the plant and those on main highway are stopped.—Staff photos. __ Speaker of State House to Give Address at Carrollton Jan. 18 CARROLLTON, Jan. 11. (Special)—Paul Powell, speaker of the Illinois General Assembly, will be guest speaker at a banquet to be given Wednesday, Jnn. 18, in the Methodist Church by members of (he Greene County Democrat Women's Club. The banquet will be at 6:30 p. m. Honored guests will be Democratic commltteemen and women of the county. VEO Meets CARROLLTON—Chapter DK of .he PEO will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. A.-J. Sharon, .•ather than at the home of Mrs. Norman Jones as previously scheduled. Mrs. Sharon will also present :he program. AAUW Meet* CARROLLTON — Members of the AAUW met Monday evening *n the Carcollton public school building. Progrom of the evening, led by Miss Julia Pierson, conslut- •d of a round table discussion of ,he topic, "AAUW Members Look at College Education." The discussion was a summary of the educa- lon questionnaire sent in 1948 to all AAUW member*. Methodists Attend Meeting CARROLLTON—Member of the official board and their wives of ,ho Methodist churches in the Cane were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fritch. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Sexton were llnner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tally, Providence. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Darr- enter- alned at dinner Sunday. Guests were Paul Carlton and family, Mrs. William Darr and Hayden Darr and family of Jalappa. Gale and John Grizzle, Wood- iury, visited Sunday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jrown. Mrs. Christy Lanham returned Tuesday from Carrollton, where ho visited several weeks with her Istcr, Mrs. Lev! Cunningham. HattraM . . ' $10,50 U p Aaiarlaai lad Spring $20.75 Rallavay Oati with Inaarsprliif Mattrass . . . $25.06 aamplata RaaVaaat Ouitai $00.50 up Oaaaiianal Chain ..*.,,, $7.06 up OaMBlnatlan Pbanairapk and Rafla . . $100.60 Wailing Maaklnai, fraaj $121.00 Utility Cahlnat SI3,25 Kltakan Caalnat Baia . . . . , . $17.00 Daraa Oavaraa: Platfarm Raakari . , . $61.06 t-Pa. Living RMM SulU $170.60 •aiOtavai , $00.50 up Autaajatla Watw Haatari $00.50 Floor Coverings: Kalar Flaar $1.10 M. yd. OJOajpajOOw ^aaa)§}|iBB avaTaai V 101 Vfli •atilar Fait laia . . , . , , 06a la. yd. Oil! Llaaliuaj , , , , , , $|j| ••, y|, IH$ Waal Flaar Oavarlaf. Irani . $4.20 M, yd. SHALL DOWN PAYMENT CONVENIENT TERMS TO FIT YOUR NEEDS IMMING nMMTUK *ri SKUOU WASHINGTON AVI, DIAL M745 ALTON Greenfield district attended a dinner meeting Tuesday evening in the Roodhouse Methodist Church. Speaker was the Rev. Ray Grummon, pastor of the First Methodist Church, Springfield. In the group from the local church who attended were the Rev. Marshall D. Ulm, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter, Miss Lena Keyes, Mrs. R. Jouett, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shaw. Hurt In Fall CARROLLTON — Miss Virginia Shirley of this city suffered a concussion in a fall on the ice near her home here Saturday. Mrs. Darr, 76, Carrollton, Dies CARROLLTOI^, Jan. 11 — (Special)—Mrs. Adeline Darr, 76, wife of Robert Darr, died Tuesday at 12:50 p.m. at her home, west of Carrollton. A naitve of Greene County, she was born Feb. 2, 1873, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Flatt. Surviving in addition to her husband are two sons, William Darr, Hardin, and Howard, Carrollton; six daughters, Mrs. Ethel Schild, Hill view; Mrs. Myrtle Crane, Lebanon, Mo., Mrs. Martha Levi, Alton; Mrs.-May Hillig, Brighton, and Mrs. Addle King and Mrs. Ruth Short, Carrollton; a sister, Theodore (faster Of foody, Dies CARROLLTON, Jan. 11 — (Spe- dal) — Theodore Koster ST., 81, died at his farm home, near Woody, Tuesday at noon. He had been in ill health for several weeks. Koster was born In Essen, Germany, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George William Koster. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Christina Stendeback Koster; four sons, Bernard, John, Theodore jr., and Frank, all of Eldred; a stepson, William Stendeback, Normal, 111., two daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Reynolds and Mrs. Annie Edwards, Carrol (ton, and a brother, Brother Ranold of the Franciscan Order, stationed at Metamora, 111., two half-sisters, Mrs. L. Tepan and Mrs. Ebert Hurst, Carrollton, and a half-brother, Herman Koster, Eldred. The body was moved at 1 p.m. today from Mehl funeral home to the residence. The rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. at the residence and funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 9:30 a.m. in St. John's Church, Carrollton, by the Rev. Father Michael Enright. Burial will be in St. Johr's cemetery. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON—Joe Steinacher, Jerry Steinacher, Junior Lake, and Clarence Klrbach left Sunday for a motor trip to Colorado and California. Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels and daughter, Joan, went to Jerseyville Tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs, Frannie Henkel. J. W. Howard went to Hlllvlew Monday to visit his mother, Mrs. Louise Howard, who is ill at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berllne. Guests Sunday at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. T. Carmody jr., were Mr. and Mrs. E. Grueter, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson,- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bateman and granddaughter of White Hall; Miss Harriet ' Johnson, St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. Carmody sr., and Miss Bernadlne Kirbach of this city. The members of the Past Noble Grand Club of the Rebekah Lodge will be entertained Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Florence Postlewalte with Mrs. Louis Bishop as assisting hostess. Mrs. H. C. Cole, Greenfield, was Mrs. Hattle March, Aledo, and a niece, Mrs. Lynn Mather, Alton. The body is at Mehl funeral home where rites will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Laurel Grigg, pastor of First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Stith cemetery, near Eldred. Ekah Student* To Attend Concert ELSAH, Jan. 11. (Special) — Twenty pupils of the upper room, who wUl attend the second ele« mentary student Concert to be presented by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, at 3 p. m. Jan. 17 at Kiel auditorium, St, Louis, received mimeograph copies of the program, Combined with a study bulletin of the numbers, stories, styles of writing and biographies a guest Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. Chris Daum. Mrs, T. Carmody Jr., Mrs. Tony Woods, Mrs. John Koster and son, and Mrs. frwin 'Johnson spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. of Mi« emnpowrs, ThrttnprMn Include the tolkwrtntliurnbers: "Overture to Russian ar,d Ludmlila," by Glinka j "Symphony No. 1, in C Major," second and fourth movement*, Beethoven! "The Sorcerert Ap* prentice," Dukes; a flute solo: bal* let music from "Orfeo and Euridice," by Gluck; "Claire de Lune," by Debussy; and "Plnlandia," by Sibelius. The local PTA furnished the copies and will assist with transportation for the pupils. Birthday Dinner ELSAH — Mr. and Mrs. Charles March entertained-at a dinner given at their home, Sunday, In celebration of the former's twenty- fourth birthday, which occurred on that date. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Belderman, Jer- seyvllle. Returns from Trip ELSAH — Clayton D. Ford, pro- Indiana Vets in fllinoii Urged to Seek Bonui SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 11, tfrW World War tt veterans who rt» sided in Indiana before entry tot* the service but who now live In Illinois, were urged today to ap» ply for Indiana soldier bonuses. Administrator A. H. Kays of the Illinois Veterans Commission said Indiana officials haw isked that all persons eligible ft" Benefits to file promptly even though award! will not be distributed for Mm* time. The Indiana bonus sets a max* Imum of $600 on payments, -which will be based on length of service, fessor of government at The Prliu cipia College, hat returned from Chicago, where he spent the weekend. WHAT'S THE MOST ommon IN THIS PICTURE? J UST as you guessed-ifs WATER. You probably never stop to think about how many times you turn the taps in your home each day. Yet those convenient little fixtures are the means to CLEANLINESS MADE EASY. Modern ap- pliances and a constant, adequate* water supply help to chase .drudgery from your home." Your wattr supply stands ready to servo you twenty-four hours a day—and yet it is the lowest-priced item on your family budget. ALTON WATER COMPANY paMwith value and iwdu to pwe ft JL ^s •£• $3oo this now American Boojuty tomorrow oil yojojr MyMOtrtkt fUMOUTM OMUM «f CMTMATION, D*«M It, MM*** It's ready to prove itself the greatest value in mbtordom. But the new Plymouth doe* not rest its case upon say-so. That'* why this car wanta to make you the judge! Look at it... look out of it... open and abut the door* . . . ge.t in, get out ... lounge on the seats . . . •tart it, drive it, park it ... put it up hill*, through traffic, and to the tougheat test* you know. What Plymouth hat built into thi* car backs up what Plymouth *ay* about it. Plymouth prove* it* worth with the convenience of Ignition Key starting ... the comfort of improved Air Pillow Ride . .. the quick, true stop* of Safe-Guard Hydraulic Brake* , . . the positive protection of Safety-Rim Wheel* .,. the livejy power of 7.0 to 1 compression ratio. ' Plymouth ride* and handle* like can coiting bun* dred* of dollar* more. Dollar for dollar, ben'* more •tvle, safety, comfort, economy and performance than you can buy at onvwAarv near ita price. NOW-wore than ever ^ the car that likes to be compared

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