Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 11
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January 13, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FAOBtttVEH Medora Baptist Meeting Monday MEtKJRA, 3*n. 13. (Special)— The Men's Brotherhood of the Baptist Church will meet Mondaj at the church *t 7:30 p. m. The Brotherhood of the Calvary B«ptlit Church, White Hall, wii sponsor the profram. g L Kah is president of the local group. Mftttmll*t Church Announrrment* MEDORA—The Rev, E. W. Fox will preach at Medora at 9:45 a m. Sunday, with Sunday schoo following. He will be at Piasa morning and evening. Sunday, Jan. 22, Dr. H. G. Hur ley, district superintendent, Leb anon, will be at the Medora church at 11 a. m. to preach and conduct the fourth and last quarterly conference of the year, Sunday schoo on this particular Sunday will be at 9:45 a. m. Suffers Heart Attack MEDORA—J. F. Shields suffered « heart attack Thursday morning and fell at his home. He did not however, suffer serious Injuries His son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Lester Searles, were called here by his Illness. The first use of American railroads to communicate news was In 1838 when copies of a presidential speech were sent from Washington to Baltimore In one hour and 13 minutes. DIAMOND RINGS BONDED Ln CBquitite token of your everlMting love, your beautiful Cardinal Bonded Diamond Ring. Each lovely Cardinal Diamond Ring it bonded to meet high standard* of quality, workmanship and value. Thi» bond given at the lime of purchase <• your a*t«rane« of complete MtUfaetion. 940-00 TO 978O-00 Cardinal Diamonds havt tha Ihraa important qualities that make • diamond valuable, Fina white oolor, freedom of flaws and imperfections, sparkling bril* lianeo, and tbay ara honestly priaad. You ean buy Cardinal Diamonds with confidence, LOWS Your Jeweler J15 Fiat* tit. Teachers at Medora Attend School Meeting MEDORA, Jan. 13. (Special)— Schools in Medora and vicinity closed at noon today In order that teachers might attend * meeting" of Instructors of Community Unit School District No. 9 at Shlpman High School. Teachers attending from this area were Mr. and Mts. M. E. Kir.er, J. A. Zebto, W. B, Challacombe, Miss Ekelena Ruben, Miss Madine Skags, Mrs. Eve Weinke, and Mrs. Elnora Bolan, Medora High School; Manford Ruby, Mrs. Sybil Huff, Mrs. Reta Smith, ami Mrs. J. H. Jordan, Medora Grade School; Mrs. Loretta Kuebrlchand Mrs, Mary Voyles, Kemper; Walter Ahlemtyer and Mrs. Mary Hambrow, Fidelity,. and George Wilton, Hawkins' Prairie. Visit Aunt In Granite City MEDORA —Mrs. Russell Downs and daughter of Wanda, and Mrs. Henry Frlcker and son,, Billy, accompanied by Mrs. Nora Schoe- berle, Brighton, went to Granite City Wednesday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Bridget Powers, who Is 111 at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bruder. Mrs. Downs and Mrs. Downs and Mrs. Frlcker and children went on to Madison and also visited with Mrs. Downs' sister, Mrs. Delbert Downs. Falls Down Step* MEDORA—Mrs. W. E. Cline went to Brldgeton, Mo., Wednesday in response to a message that her daughter-in-law, Mrs. C. E. Cline, had fallen down a flight of 20 steps Into the basement at her home. She Injured her arm and leg. No bones were broken but ligaments were torn. Mrs. Cline returned In the evening bringing her little grandson, Stanley, home with her. Mednra Note* MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Griffith spent Wednesday In the Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sarginson and family, Chesterfield, were guests Thursday of Mrs. Sarginson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett. Mrs. William Kemper visited Wednesday evening in Alton with her aunt, Mrs. Mary White. Bert Skaggs home at Palmyra. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders were In Carlinville Wednesday ami were supper guests of Sanders' mother, Mrs. C. F. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs George Barnes entertained at dinner Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Sanders and grandson, Robert Sanders, and Mrs. Meda Tober, Kemper. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders were In Jerseyville Wednesday. Frank Kahl, Shipman, called on his son, E. L. Kahl, Wednesday and also attended the funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Morris. Mrs. William Searles and Mrs. Agnes Chlsm spent Wednesday in Jerseyville with Mrs. Harriett Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. John Chism were guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chlsm. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pruitt were here from Carllnville Wednesday evening, visiting Pruitt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pruitt, and grandson, Mrs. D. v C. Seet. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood, Shipman, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pricker and family were guests Wednesday evening of Mrs. Nancy Wood in Shlpman township. The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Fox were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Richmond. Mrs. Clifford Turner and Mrs. flattie Storey, Kemper, and Mrs. Howard Gwillim and son, Joyce, Shipman, visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Sellna Chlsm. Mrs. Monroe Elliott and Miss Marie Elliott were in Alton Wednesday and spent the day with Mrs. Joel Moore. Mrs. Meda Tober, KemRer, called Wednesday afternoon on .Mrs tfyrtle Sanders and daughter,,Miss Daisy Sanders.. Mrs. Thomas Gaffney anddaugh- er, Linda, Mrs. Harold Tucker and Mrs. Wendell Warner were in Jacksonville Wednesday and spent the day with Miss Betty Jo Heyen Mr. and Mr§. W. F. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lowis spent Tuesday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ruyle, Kem- >er,- watching television. Mrs. T. H. Craig was a dinner guest Thurtday of her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Whltfleld. North Alton Russia claims an Important oil discovery, with dally output of between 1500 -and 6000 barrels n the Matzen area of Austria south of Zlsteridorf, an area ilaimed by the Soviets. For beauty, take a mythical trip up the Mississippi River . . . through the magic of the camera lent. . . "SCENES ALONG THE Me ADAMS HIGHWAY" This book contains eight color and 21 black and white illustrations of the KOMI published in the Teloflraph last fall. Wo Are PJadag Them OB Sale all it Marker-Morrison * Peters Gift Shot it Godwin Supply Store it loth Bolter's Newt Stiit* * Broadway Mows Stand it Photo Art Shop b liiJUin le MUtei Jjjy Over Our Ow» tfeutov. ILTON I WWlle" TIUIMrH OM'Fasfctafled Dance Les Gelsler's orchestra wilt play for the old-fashioned dance Saturday night at Godfrey civic center, formerly the hangar building at the Godfrey airport. The dancing will start at 8:30. O.A.R. Party Tuesday The Sgt. James M. Philips, Cif cle 127, G.A.R., will have a card party beginning at 8 p. m. Tuesday at Veterans' Memorial Center on West Delmar. Mrs. August Graessle, chairman of the committee In charge of the program, has announced refreshments will be served and the public may attend. Talent Added to Program Mrs. Leslie Chappee, director of the «ast presenting "Fun In a Country Store," tonight at 8 at the shelter-house, announced Thursday that an additional act has been added to speciality numbers to be presented with the play. In addition, Miss Alice Horn will be featured in the activities preceding the play. The Young Men's Club has another busy week ahead. The January business meeting will begin at 7:30 p. m,, Monday, at the shel- lerhouse; the basketball team will play In the Teen-Age League competition Tuesday evening; and the club will present the second in a series of dance programs at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at. the shelter- house, Harry Laun's orchestra will play for the dancing Thursday. The Auxiliary will have a card party at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday at the shelterhouse. Brownie Troop Meets Glennie Lou Youngberg acted as secretary for Brownie Troop 91 at 'its meeting Thursday at McKinley School. Sixteen girls answered roll call. Judy Boyd sang a lullaby with her doll and Gale Dix was hostess for refreshments. The girls learned scout, songs and played singing games. The meeting was closed by the members of the troop forming a circle and singing taps. Since there will be no school next Thursday, there will be no-regular meeting until Thursday, Jan. 26. The girls are to bring three yards of colored yarn to this meeting for their handicraft work. Boy Scout Pallet Celleotten Boy Scout Troop t will collect paper Saturday afternoon beginning at 12:30. The scouts have asked that residents of the North Alton community have the paper at the curb to facilitate quicker handling. Anyone wishing to havt the scouts make a special stop may contact Tom Hunt or Jim Blake, who are In charge of the collection. VrW Auxiliary Meets Women ol^the VFW Auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the Veterans' Memorial Center. The committees reported on their work through the year. Plans were made to draw names for their "sunshine sisters" at their next meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at the Center. Mrs. LHlle Williams and Mrs. Jane Ferguson were introduced as new members of the organization. During the meeting, the charter was draped in honor of Mrs. Bessie Lewis. Public Sale Saturday Livestock and iarm machinery will be sold a( a public sale at 1 p. m., Saturday, at the Annie Oul- son farm, one and one-half miles north of Godfrey on Route 111. Lunch will be served by women of the Godfrey Congregational Church. Lloyd E. Dehner will be auctioneer. The owner is selling out because of poor health. Northiide Notes M. L. Purcell of 3345 Belle, who Complete Una of cameras, movie and ttllls— all popular brands. All types of photo supplies. PHOTO ART SHOP 118 Wood Kiver Avenue WOOD RIVER Dial 4-8JZ3 Exchange Club Hears Leamon Exchange club members Thtirs* day night heard Edwin Leamon, administrative assistant of public schools, tell of the trip to vocational schools In various cities In the East and Middlewest. The club entered the hospital for surgery a week ago, Is reported to be showing continued improvement. Westminster Fellowship of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have a covered-dish supper beginning at 6 p. m. Sunday at the church. Clayton Krug, jr., will lead the devotional service, which will follow the supper. met at. Mineral Spring* hotel. A film taken by A. G. Goedde, architect, showed "manual arts" schools In Philadelphia, Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit and Kenosha, Wisconsin. Leamon pointed out various means of economizing in construction of a school. "One of pur greatest, problems will be the staffing of the new manual arts school," Leamon stated. Schools visited provided specialized courses but the trend was definitely toward "purposeful work." He cited one school which constructed furniture for use in the school. Interior and exterior views of the various schools brought out the modern trends and the complete facilities which are being Incorporated In these schools. The program chairman for the evening was Harry Zlegler and Fred Berry was the CLOCK YOURSELF! ARE YOU ON TIME? CLOCKS AND WATCHES Bring ,vour Wntchp* and Clock* in tomorrow! Let lift Inspect, adjust and repair them. All work by expert mechanic*. All repairs GUARANTEED satisfactory. FREE WATCH EXAMINATION ON A. ftfosfrf MARTIN E. HARTMANN WATCHMAKER E. H. 206 W. Third St. COULDINC'S SONS CO. ALTON, ILLINOIS Dial 3-6629 BUDGET VALUE BY KROEHLER KROEHLER DESIGNERS OFFER AN ALL NEW MODERN AMERICAN WALNUT STYLED BEDROOM This Kroehler creation has all the features of expensive custom-made furniture, yet the price ai you see is very low. "Precisioniied" construction. 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