Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Wood River School Board To Seek Con struct ion Bid* WOOD RIVER, Jan. 13-Btds will b« Advertised Feb. 8 by the board of education of School District 104 relative to construction of additions to Lewis-Clark Junior High School and Woodrow Wilson * School. This will be the second effort made by the board to secure bids within the limits of the $510,000 bond Issue which was passed two years ago for the additions. When first bids were collected, Aug. 31, 1948, they were almost $200,000 more than the amount of the bond Issue. The declilon to act. again on the calling of bids was reached by board members at the regular monthly meeting Wednesday night. At the December board meeting, the group consulted with architects. According to Glenn O. De Alley superintendent of the district, the policy of the board has been one of waiting for prices to come down rather than asking tax-payers to pay more money in a bigger bond issue. The building plans call for erection of a gymnasium-auditorium and a cafeteria for both schools. The cafeteria will be on the ground floor with the gymnasium-auditorium above It. ^Also^considered by the board was general improvement of school grounds to begin with work on the trees which were left shabby from the tornado. After all the trees are cared for, the Jioard probably will begin a similar type project, for school lawns. Bids on tree trimming will be advertised before the next board meeting. District 104 will participate with other schools in the area in observance of Business-Industry-Ed- ucatlon Day planned for March 24 by the Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Alton Association, of Commerce and the Alton District Manufacturers Association. Circle Meets with New President WOOD RIVER-Mrs. William Maschmeir, recently installed president of-the Women's Guild of the St. John Evangelical and Reform Church entertained 14 members of the Evening Circle at her home, 653 Acton avenue, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fred Berry, co-chairman for Christian citizenship, substituting for • the chairman, Miss Dorothy Mensching, spoke to the group concerning the "Bill of Rights." Other officers of the Guild installed recently before the congregation include Mrs. Fred Berry, vice president; Mrs. Charles Albrecht, treasurer; and Mrs. Ray Determan, secretary. Departmental chairmen are Mrs. J. W. Elledge, education; Mrs. Frank L'Heureux, girls guild; Mrs. Fred Berry, membership; Mrs. John Elam, missionary; Mrs. Charles Albrecht, and Mrs. William Witt- hofft, social service; Mrs. Edward Walton, spiritual life; Mrs. William Bauer, stewardship; and Mrs. Charles Westerhold, thank offer- Ing; Miss Dorothy Mensching, evening circle. Chairmen of the standing committees include; Mrs. Roy Bartlow, church cleaning; Mrs. Walter Hubbard and Mrs. George Balster, altar; Mrs. Roy Bartlow, Mrs. Harry Sanders and Mrs. Frank Hellrung, flower; Mrs. Cecil Landreth, Mrs. Henry Monken and Mrs. Gus Schmid, service. Mrs. Edward Walton is birthday secretary, Mrs. Newest in Crochet 063 .:S^B^ VV Ltf-vi*. Here's a good embroidery teach er for ^youngster or adult! Eacl motif 'is done in 8-to-the-inch crosses -and other simple stitches Kitchen towels are gayer for a bit of easy stitchery! Pattern 940 transfer 7 motifs about «5x8 in. Send 20 cents in coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 86, Needlecrnft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME mill ADDRESS. Here's good news! Send 113 cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlec-raft Book —today! 104 illustrations of your favorite needle-hobbies—the choicest, designs and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book, Christian Schmidt and Mrs. Fred Dbermiller, pianists; and Mrs. J. W. Elledge, publicity chairman. The Guild's executive board will meet with the president, Jan. 17, o plan a two month's program. The next meeting of the Evening Circle will be at the home of Mrs. Fred Schueler, 224 Eighth street, Feb. 8. Mother to California WOOD RIVER—Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cobb, 415 Penning avenue, accompanied Mrs. Cobb's mother, Mrs. W. P. Dunn, Carlinville, to ^ambert Airport, Wednesday, where she departed via TWA Airlines for Los Angeles, Calif., to spend the winter with her son-in- law' and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Day. K«bekah'» to Install WOOD RIVER—A public formal installation of officers will be .taged by members of the Thompson-Rebekah Lodge at the IOOF hall at 8 p. m., Monday. Installing officer is Airs. Mabel Rau and marshall is Mrs. Delia Gibson. There will be a business session at 7:30 p. m. Fat Is Not a Nice Word When Applied to the Body Don't uy it's your thyroid.while {caching for the box of chocolates. Pouibly one bulgy person in 100 has tome glandular disturbance and that It truly a case for a physician. Never take any treatment for a gland con dition without your doctor's advice. But for the other 99 per cent who •re trying ito fight the "Battle of the Bulges" common sense is the watchword. It is not necewary to •vereat and it it not neceieary to fo hungry, either. Furthermore, it juit doetn't make sense to go on a itrenuout diet—take off weight and then quickly put it back on again when the diet period ii over. For it U obvious that one cannot continue a starvation diet over a protracted period. Within the la»t year or to, several diet and vitamin "plant" have appeared on the market, which mtarn cut down on the food intake and fortify with vitamin for hunger ditUPK. But at mentioned above, yea eentfcetp ttoe np very long and when you quit—back comet the fat. An exhaustive survey recently made among Illinois druggist! showed one outstanding reducing aid is not based on the diet and vitamin "plan." It allows you to eat plenty. You eat all you want but you eat LESS. Sounds like double talk, but it isn't. It definitely stops you from eating more thtn necei- sary for the energy you ipend. At the same time, it dehydrates and eliminates Over a half million bottles of thii preparation, called Kennel Concentrate hat been sold in Illinois in the past 2Yy years. You can get a lour-ounce bottle of Rennel froip any Illinois druggitt. Mix with 12 ounces of canned grapefruit juice and take juit two table- apoonfuli twice a day. If the v/ry tint bottU doesn't thow you the simple, easy way to loee that ugly fat, the rojkeri agree to refund your money. (Adv.) Discuss Gambling At Wood River Legalization Advocated by Optimists WOOD RIVER, Jan. 13.—Thirteen of 16 Optimists present agreed that,gambling should be legalized from a local standpoint, but were reluctant to advocate such a move should the gambling become syndicated, when the topic was discussed at a round-table session of the organization, Thursday night, at Skaggs. The discussion was led by Ed Groshong with each member staling his opinion. Most felt that much good might be derived from the revenue to be realized through legalization, but agreed that if syn^ dicates took the law out nf county jurisdiction, they would be against legalizing it. J. W. Kelly, East Alton, will explain the polio foundation and collect donoations for the forthcoming march-of dimes campaign at the next regular semi-monthly meeting of the group. All Optimists were outfitted with new caps at the meeting. John Peterson, appeared for the first time In the roll of secretary in place of Ray Hilton who has he- come inactive because of lllnef.s. Clifford Wllderman, manager of the Firestone store of Alton, was a guest. 200 Parents at PTA Meeting At Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 13.—A record number of parents gathered at Lincoln School auditorium Thursday night to see the greatest variety of toys ever displayed by students for the annual "Fun for the Family" night of the school, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association. About 10 tables of dolls nnd toys were displayed including a collection, of hardy toys and' two collections of story book dolls. At least 200 parents attended the PTA session, where movies were shown by Miss Esther Gulp, principal, and group singing was led by Miss Ruth Toomey. A short business meeting was staged and refreshments were served. Soldiers Injured WOOD RIVER. — Two soldiers from Scott Air Base were admitted as patients to Wood River Township Hospital at 2:30 a. m. today, following a collision of their automobile with a parked train on Highway 159. The injured were Pvt. Robert Lee Miller, 23, who received injuries to the right eye and cheek, and Sgt. Dorris Lovell, 23, who received a scratched chin and Injured right leg. They were brought to the hospital in a Straube ambulance from Edwardsville. Car Pilfered WOOD RIVER. — Lloyd Chambers, 300 Plcke street, reported to police Thursday that his car had been pilfered while It was parked [ on Prospect. Nothing of value was take.n. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Hope to Collect 178 Pints of Blood at Wood River Saturday Her Spring Outfit •Tib A whole outfit for a proud Mommy to sew! A darling little princess frock has button trim, choice of two necklines, sleeves. Plus a sweet cape she'll love! Pattern 4955 in sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 cape, l"ii yds. 54-in.; dress, 2!i yds. 35-in. U yd. contrast. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 25 cent* in coin* for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Depl., 24S West 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Our new Anne Adams Pattern Book for Spring is ready! Send 15 cents now and let. Anne Adams show you how to sew to be well-dressed! Magic one-yard patterns, smart new fashions for everybody. Plus a free pattern printed right in the hook—a stunning one-yard blouse! OES at Wood River Initiates Three Persons WOOD RIVER, Jan. 13 — 'Mr. and Mrs. Macy Berry, Thomas Richardson, and Franklin Tonkinson were initiated into membership of the Order of the Eastern Star, chapter 871, at the regular meeting of the organization at the IOOF hall, Thursday evening. Twenty officers and committee I members of the Eastern Star were i entertained at a potluck supper I Wednesday evening at. the home of j the worthy matron, Mrs. Dorothy ! WOOD RIVER, Jan. 13.—Expecting from three to five persons from each of 82 groups represented in the Wood River Township Unit of Community Blood Donors to contribute blood this Saturday, Carl Roberts, chairman, expects the goal of 178 pints to bo exceeded. • The Bloodmobilc will visit In Wood River at Labor Hall, 47 West Ferguson avenue, from 1.0 a. m. to 5:30 p. nv, Saturday. The visit is sponsored by the Wood River Central Labor Union with Fred Gibson in charge. The Township unit will assist the union with solicitations. Already the Lorena Avenue Parent- Teacher Association has volunteered 10 persons: Wood River Woman's Club, three persons; Veterans of Foreign Wars, five persons; Illlni Toastmasters, five persons and (he Loyal Order of the Moose, three persons. Roberts snld this is only an example of the response from various organizations comprising the township unit. He Is expecting the same response from the other organizations in the unit. "I hope this effort, this week will show that Wood River is a civic minded community's" Roberts snid. The township unit is a sollci- t at ing as well as a donating organization. KrgiMration nt Shurtlrff ^re-registration for Shurtleff students began yesterday in the college offices. Registration for incoming students will be held on Monday, Jan. 23, and night school will he taken care of the week of Jan 23-28. Snodgrnss, in East Alton. An' appreciation gift was presented to the hostess by the guests and the evening was spent playing canasta and pinochle. 24 Brownies Added To Wood River Roster WOOD RIVER, Jan. 13.— Twenty-four girls became Brownie Scouts in an investiture ceremony at Wood River School, Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Glenn O. DeAtley, area director, in charge. The new Brownie Scouts will mnde up Troop 92 which is sponsored by the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars post 2850 and Troop 93, sponsored by tho Lorena Avenue Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Herbert Ball is leader and Mrs. G. E. McCoy, co-lencler. of troop 92. Mrs. Walter J. Vaughn Is leader of troop 93. Shiirtleff Oelmter* at Normal Shurtleff College will bo represented at the Illinois State Normal University invitational debate tournament, today In Bloomington, as Robert V'ancll, senior of Sparta, and Everett Clnrk, sophomore of Alton, debate the question: "Nationalization of Basic Non-Agricultural Industries." Vnncil and Clark will debate both sides of the question in this championship tournament. , Dr. Frederick Fadner, Shurlleff debate conch, accompanied the team. (it Slav 'Spies' Arresti-d SOFIA, Bulgaria, Jan, 13, UP)— Bulgarian authorities say they have- arrested 64 alleged Yugoslav spies. The government press department snid 70 Yugoslav security policemen worn sent into this country recently to spy for Marshal Tito's anti-Soviet Communist regime. Sixty-four were nrresled and ' Carrollton Hospital Facilities Available to Patients Sunday CARROLLTON, Jan. 13— (Special) — Boyd Memorial Hospital will ho reopened Sunday afternoon to medical and surgical patients nfter having been closed for redecoration and repairs the past three wcks. During the three weeks the- maternity ward of the hospital has been' used, but. the hospital has been closed to other patients. Tho new wing of the hospital, however, will not be ready for occupancy nt this time. Six babies were born during the past week in tho hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Byland of this city are parents"of a daughter, born Fri- the spokesman said Bulgarian police expected to catch the other six soon. day, Jan. 6. Mrs. Byland 1* the former Hazel Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Turner of Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Johnson, Hardln, are the parents oi a son, born Saturday, Jan. 7. 'A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Better, Michael, and « daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Teter of this city. A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Talley, Eldred, and a son was hern Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Little of this city. Mrs. Little Is the former Mary Margaret. Geers, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Geers of this city. Alligators are classed as reptiles; salamanders as amphibians. D. FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder to he sprinkled on upper nr lower plates, holds false teclh more firmly in place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FAS- I TEETH Is alkaline (non-neidi. Docs not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH nt any dmg store. (Adv.) SHOES EXCLUSIVELY AT 216 STATE ST. ALTON. ILLINOIS "Where Third Meets State" MOM] BROS.CREDIT JEWELERS Poor Grades In school often can be traced to poor vision or eyestrain ASTHMA SUFFERERS SATURDAY, LAST DAY • • A Representative of the ASTHMA-NEFRIN CO. «• WIN B* at Our 323 Bdte Street Store Com* In and tot Mm advltt you how to fot Immodlato rollof from •tthma. 5 BIO STORES IN ALTON, WOOD MVW, INWCYVIUJ:, II44NOW. JUST IN TIME FOR GRADUATION! SENSATIONAL SPECIAL — PURCHASE OF — LADIES AND MEN'S 17 JEWEL WATCHES *ALL FULLY GUARANTEED * AT ONE LOW PRICE 17.95 17.95 Down Down Weekly Weekly 0) Compacts O) Necklaces Lockets Pearls Billfolds Cuff Links Belt Buckles Parker and Sheaffer Pen-Pencil Sets Opon Saturday Evening Until 9P.M. Plus 10% Federal Tax Stone Bros, made a remarkable purchase . . . and the results are a marvelous selection of brand now 17 jewel watches ... with fine accurate movements. Cases have yellow rolled gold plate tops and stainless backs. lift West Third St.

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