Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 12, 1950
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THUMDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH »AOt FIFTMH Wood River High to Launch CbttegePrepProgmm Tuesday WOOD RIVER, Jan. 12—An Intensive program to prepare Juniors and seniors of East Alton-Wood River Community High School for college will be launched" when a Colled* Club Is organized next Tuesday^ during ft guidance lesslon at the ichool. At this meeting, a nominating committee -It to name candidates for a secretary and program committee of 'the club. The following evening, Jan. 18, parents will be invited to loin with students, who plan to attend college and are eligible, for a program at the school library from 7 to 9 p. m. The College Club will meet again In the library from 7 to 9 p. m., Feb. 15. Ov« the Easter holidays alumni will be present to discuss the various colleges they attended or attend and answer questions of students. According to H. H. Smith, assistant.principal and one of the sponsors of the club, the sessions with alumni, which are annual, have been successful. Other faculty 'sponsors are Miss Velora Buscher, L. E. Wiley and Miss Frances Hewitt. The club will take up'such matters as scholarship opportunities, college en- trance^requlrements, budgets, the fraternity question and Interpretation of college catalogues. During "career's day" which will be Staged either on April 4 or 5, representatives of various colleges will meet with Interested students to answer questions. Firemen Respond WOOD RIVER — Firemen answered a call at the A. Baker residence, 517 Third street, at 1:45 n. in., today, where a radio was reported on fire. Responding were .T. R. Plnkerton, Chief Wallace Bond, George Harris, and Dennis Weaver. Policemen who assisted with the call were Captain Frank Sweet, Tom Krpan, and William Jenkins. •.• Robert* Attends Belleville Meet WOOD RIVER—Carl Roberts attended a Toastmasters Club meeting at Belleville, Tuesday night. READY KITTY - All decked out in hat and scarf for the Boston Cat. Show is 'RUsty," a 5-year-old tortoise-shell cat belonging to Mrs. Carl Witham of Gloucester, Mass. "Rusty"—who, incidentally, is a tomcat — has a wardrobe of 15 fancy hats and scarves to match. "Club-'of-the-Year" contest. RNA to Rehearse WOOD RIVER—A rehearsal for announced. Mrs. L. H. Brown spoke to the group explaining a social organization, Daughters of Isabella, being formed by local Catholics. The charter is now open tor membership. Mrs. Michael Kinney, vice-president of the PTA, presided at this meeting in the ab sence of the president, Mrs. George Hughes. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. John Fllardo, Mrs. Vincent Filardo, Mrs. George Meyers, Mrs. George Sweeten, Mrs. Pete Dugan, and Mrs. Frank Schmeider. Entertains Club WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Hugh Christy entertained members of _.._ o _._ of Mrs. Joseph Dooling, 801 Lorena avenue, Mon'day evening. Prizes at cards were awarded to Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. Dooling and Mrs. man Church Services StttPMAN, Jan. 12.-<Spec!aU- The Rev. E. W, Dickey announce* Sunday services at the Shlpman Methodist Church as follows: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morn- Ing worship, 11 a. m., and evening service at 7:30 p. m. Family night will be ,observed Wednesday with a potluck supper In the church basement. Other scheduled events are the Leadership Training School, to start Jan. 30, at the Jerseyvtlle Methodist Church, and to continue for four weeks, meeting each Monday at 7:30 p. m. The Mid-Winter Institute for Youth will be held In conjunction with the school, of which the Rev Dickey Is dean/ , Evangelistic services with the Rev. E. M. Dycus of Neldrlnghaus Memorial Church, Grdnlte City, «.speaker, will be held from March 20 through April 1. Shipman Masons Meet SHIPMAN. — The regular meeting of the Shipman A. F. & A. M. was held at the Masonic Hall, Monday evening. Attend Group Meeting SHIPMAN. — Attending the banquet of the Hawthorne Group Men's Brotherhood at the Godfrey Methodist Church, Monday evening, were the Rev. E. W. Dickey, Marshall Halliday, Kenneth Breit- welser, W. H. Schoeneman, Tru man Pockllngton, Thomas Huddlestun, Roy Lockyer, William Al ward, C. 0. Mallaek and son, Vernon, and O. L. Wadsworth. A program followed the banquet with a guest speaker and music by the local church choir. The April meeting is scheduled for the ltynan Methodist Church. Shlpman Notes SHlPMAN. - Mr. and Mrs. Rol land Scott and children were guests Sunday of Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeman, sr., at Roodhouse, and also visited Mrs. Scott's sister, Mrs. Junior Hays and family at Manchester. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Talley and sori were at Alton, Sunday ( guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. Mrs. Anne Kahl and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl were at Alton Monday. Franklin and Betty Kahl spent Monday with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. File. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bosomworth and daughter were Alton shoppers Monday and also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin. Tommy Kahl, Medora, spent Monday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kahl. Mrs. Malchus Baker and children, Beverly and Larry, Bunker Hill, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Otto Meyers. Mrs. Wilbur Kahl and Mrs. Robert Kahl and children were guests Baptist Officers Meet at Kane KANE, Jan. 12. (Special)— Officers and teachers of the Baptist Church held their regular monthly meeting Monday night si the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Harmon. After the business session refreshments were served. Fall on lc« RANK—Nine stitches were required to close n wound in Mrs. Dell Ozhurn's 'hend, caused by a fall on Ice In Cnrllnville, Monday. Mason* Meet KANE—The Masons" met Mon- { dny night at their hall and conferred the third degree on Spencer Trough. OES Meets KANK—The Eastern Star met Tuesday night with the newly elected worthy matron. Mrs. Albert Clendencn, In charge. Mm. C. E. Ltnn was chairman of the January committee. Monday evening of Mrs. C. L. Schoeneman and son. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Scott and children were at the Warner Funeral Home, Medora, Tuesday evening to pay their respect to Scott's aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Morris. Kane KANE—Mrs. T. O. Davis and daughter, Miss Margaret Davis, Alton, and L. D. Davit, Waukesha, were dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. Davis 1 sister, Mis* Alice Woof dridge. Mrs. W, C. Ozbun spent Tuesday In Jerseyville with her cousin, Mrs. Roy Lanham. ' James Paul Fish, Granite City, visited the first of the week with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Fish. MCs. C. L. Hawk was a guest Wednesday of Mrs. Frank Nlms In Carrollton at n one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Isaac Wyatt spent Wednesday at St. Louis. Dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. OrvlMe Darr were Miss Alice Crlm, Bethalto; Miss Cecelia Lnnham, East. Alfon, and Miss Keota Darr, Alton. Spiced whipped crttrrt 18 detect* able served with apple d***rt*~ brown betty, apple cobbler, apple dumplings, apple pie. Sweeten the cream to taste and then add a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg and a little vanilla. Campbell chapel scout treM committee is sponsoring a pro* gram Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 8 p. Mt Campbell Chapel Churth, East Fourth street. TELEGRAPH WANT AIM "CtlCU" Snap beans arc just as good colrt ni they are hot. To use them In salad mix them with « little French dressing find serve them with thin crisp onion rings. *•••••••••» HOME TALENT PLAY "FUN IN A COUNTRY STORE" Sponsored h,v NORTHSIDE YOUNG MEN'S CLUB 8 1>. M. FRIDAY AT SHELTERHOLSE ADULTS 50o STUDENTS 25c HowHasP&G Turned the TIDE in the Soap Industry? - Ste Pag • 22*•••••••••* Be free from foot-powered sewing by letting m electrify your present SINGER* Treadle(Machine! Here'$ what you. get: / J . N.w SINOIt* motor. " " . N.w SINOIR ao»«d eon** fcJKflE • New SINOIR spotlight. *> «.d 4*ll<*fy. • *•. U, 8. PM. <*.«»«• ••"••» *•"»•»««•"* «• Pbotit at vi»t today your ... SINGER SEWING CENTER 212 STATK ST. ALTON, ILL. DIAL *•*»!* WL/VU m.\^n—n icucoiaoi im j jam M11 i er Mrs . Dooling and Mrs. public installation of officers Jan. n valter stark. Other members pres- 27 and a business meeting will be ^ were Mrs Emma Howard, Mrs. .*nn«4 imfa/1 Kw * Ho T? rival MPI rrhhnrs .. . —. n « * «*•._..!« r\n.«i«. conducted by the Royal Neighbors of America' at the Knights of Columbus flail at 7:30 p. m., Friday. Congregational Meeting WOOD RIVER—Officers will he elected and yearly reports given following a 6 p. m. potluck supper at the annual congregational meeting at the First Presbyterian Church, Friday. Convalescing In East Alton WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Gertrude Aljets,. who was dismissed from Wood River Township Hospital, today, Is convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Aljets, 316 East Main street, East Alton. Mrs. Aljets, an employe of the International Shoe Co., who resides at 250 Seventh street, has been ill of virus infection since Dec. 25 and was removed to the hospital Jan. 2. * Plan Rummage Sale WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Tony Mill- tello is chairman of the committee in charge of a rummage sale being sponsored by the St. Bernard's Parent-Teacher Association at 624 East Broadway, Alton, Jan. 27-28. Other committee members are Mrs. Louis Bonafede, and Mrs. Charles Pelan. Plans for the rummage sale were discussed at a meeting of the PTA at the school hall, Tuesday. Donations for the sale are being collected at the home of Mrs. Michael Kinney, 509 North Fifth street and at the church. Persons with rummage to be picked up may call Mrs. Phillip Stassi, 834 Lewis avenue. , ' • Mrs. Charles Pelan, ways and means chairman, announced a public card party for February at the K of C hall. The date is to be Lester Crull, Mrs. Marvin Doyle, Mrs. Don Napp, and Mrs. Lovell Williams. Square Dancing at Roundhouse WOOD RIVER—Robert Borman will conduct a walk-through session for beginners from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. preceding the regularly scheduled evening of square dancing of the Roundhouse Squares Club, today, according to Gilbert Reade, program director. AH adults of the community are invited to participate in this Roundhouse activity. Himmler Hoard Hunted Almost every night Germans In Schleswig-Holstein may be seen dragging the lakes in the neighborhood. Rumor has it that Gestapo Chief Himmler rowed out with some of his officers one night and dumped several boxes into a lake just after his peace negotiations with Count Bernadotte had failed. Reports from Flensburg say the boxes contained a fortune in gold, platinum and jewels. F1AKDRH CORN MUFFIN MIX DRESSfS UP MEALS Serve your guests, corn muffins you'll be proud of. Flakorn has the quality no other corn muffin mix has been able to equal. And the ingredients are precision- mixed for sure results. Just add an egg and milk. Clothes Outs By Jerry Trattfer Sings Under Water for One Hour Guisseppl Schmuzzle,' internationally known t«nor, paid off a bet he lost and submerged himself in the Mississippi River at Wood River where he sang selections from a current opera; for one hour. Despite the coldness of tba water, Gulsseppt was In fine voice, and «v»n though he was from 100 to ISO feet below the surface, all tone* would be heard clearly. Opera crltlca, shiver. Ini OB tht) banks, afreed that U was a superb rendition. The bat that Guiattppl lost — he bet • friend who had just acquired • Botany 500 Suit at Trattlers in Wood River that he paid at least 975 for it. Of course, he lost his bet, because everyone knows that despite the fact that Botany 500 Suits are tht beat buy in suits, they only cost 160. lor this column every Thursday/) F.eV Save money on pants, sports skirls, apart f el «OMI lUass. Cfcook aw wlMewt, FINAL BUY N COME EARLY cSo,cS ST BUY THE BEST! 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