Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 13, 1950
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fRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Roxana PTA father's Night' Group Votes to Sponsor Brownie Troop ROXANA, Jan. 13. — "Father's Night" was observed at the Thursday evening meeting of the Roxan Parent-Teacher Association. Ray Salsman spoke on a plnn which the ways and means committee has in mind for earning money. The women would play tht' men at basketball and as a handicap the men would wear rub ber boots and sun bonnets. A motion was passed that the PTA sponsor n Brownie troop, which has already been organized. Mrs. William Wrest announced the next meeting Is to be the Founders Day meeting and a collection will be taken at that time which will be used to further countrywide PTA work. E. B. Wiley Jr., president, announced there will be a discussion group for parents of first and second grade students at 2:30, Jan. 31, at. the Edison gymnasium. John Warner tonk charge of the program for the evening and presented Scoutmaster William Wrest, who introduced Boy Scouts o£ Troop 25 who gave several skits. The Fox patrol assisted, by several of their parents, presented a short skit and the Daniel Boone patrol then gave a skit. Several readings were given by men of the group, Charles Hnrbke read "Fatherhood" by Edgar Guest, and Edwin Harbke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harbke, sang "For You," accompanied by Miss Mary Jo Bost. Steve Paynic, eighth grade teacher, read "A Teacher's Prayer" by James Metcalf; Eldon Hobson read "Old Fashioned Stuff" by Edgar Guest. Kenneth Schubert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert, played an accordion solo "The Volunteer March". William Cook read "That Little Chap of Mine". Ray Salsman, Keith Parker and Charles Radmapher presented a pantomime of the Andrew Sisters singing "Here Comes the Navy" and "Massachusetts". The 'room count, went to Mrs. Grace Jenkins' fifth grade room and refreshments were served by Eorl Allen, John Burnett, George GUleland, Roy Benvenuto and Harray Carter, fifth grade fathers. Honored on Birthday ROXANA — Miss Billie Lynn Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cook, 318 South Central avenue, who is recuperating at her home from virus pneumonia, celebrated her seventh birthday Wednesday. Her class at Edison School sang the birthday song over th6 telephone. Each child drew Billie Lynn a birthday card and Miss June Kauzlarich, her teacher, presented them to her. Brother Dies ROXANA—Mrs. Elsie Freeman, Doerr avenue, has returned from Maldon, Mo., where she attended the funeral of her brother, Edward Rogers and her nephew, Bobby Gene Rodgers, 17, son of Mr. anrt Mrs. Ezra Rodgers. They were killed In a truck irain accident near the Rogers home. Edward Rogers son, Oscar, 18, was critically injured, but is expected to recover. The elder Rogers is survived by a wife and eight children, his aged mothei and six brothers and 'sisters. The accident occurred last Friday morning, near their farm home and Mrs. Rogers witnessed the tragedy. Troop 15 ROXANA — Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 5 met Thursday at the Little House with their leaders Mrs. Ralph Clark and Mrs. Gilbert Hawkins. The girls discussed their badge, work and their DELICIOUS AND DELIVERED CHICKEN IN THE BOX i French Fritd Chicktn Colt Slaw French Frits Hot Rolls '1 ill DELIVERED FREE! N»w Or/term Styl» FRENCN FRIED SHRIMP ONktlil SlUM funk Frlti JANE WEQENER •AKERY i CAFE M04 STATIC ST. DIAL 3-t7St CALHOUN FORD —Picturesque, but not too practical is (his Creek which \rhicles and pe- dostri.-.ns rn.^t ford in order to cuter the prosperous O.ik Grove communitv of Ca'hn n CountV, from the east. Th^ creel, lies at the west base of (a: tumbled mass of hills which form Cdlhoun's f.imcd Apple Pidpe. This point is near the C. A. Squier residence, Residents of the rrra \v.\'c constructed ONfrhot bridges on scverr.l occasions, but heavv ra : ns have washed them out. The school bu-; and hc-Vi\.er model cars scr.T-r bumpers ,'ind bol'.""'"ns \\lvi f.irciinc ihe" 1 , but o'der model and Ivrhr: bu it cars ease over the rocky surface w 'h no difficulty.—Staff photo. Pole* Retaliate for Arresfi WARSAW, Poland, Jan. 13, <#> —Several more Frenchmen hav« been arrested here, apparently In retaliation for the arrest of 50 Poles i n France yesterday. Eighteen of the Poles were expell* ed from France. Among those pick* ed up by Polish security police WM Piorrc Marschnl, correspondent of the French Press Agency (AFP.) II is believed he \vas picked up on the street. 26/n Alton Area CITATION AWARDS AT ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL — Football a.vards v>ere p en this morning as shown ir uppei photo. Lower photo has eighth grace winners and three of the ninth grade who received th-> most awards.—Staff photo. project of making beds or feeding a pet. They also discussed the care of cuts and splinters, The girls will learn' how to use a triangular bandage soon. Plans were also made for work on the second class rank during January. Members attending were Cleo Bain, Barbara East. Donna Isted, Janet. Jacoby, Judy Kreider, Sue Pivoda, Patty Roberts, Jeane Shaver, Karen Sullivan, Carolyn Steelman, Emily Weickhorst, ^evonrta Archer, Maureen Solin, and Diann Inman. Observes Birthday ROXANA—Susan Sample, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Sample, Central avenue, celebrated her sixth birthday at the Wood River kindergarten recently. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Sample and the teacher, Miss Sadie- mazelle Hepler. Favors were given and the children enjoyed singing. Methodist WSCS Meets at Wanda SOUTH ROXANA, Jan. 13.—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Wanda Methodist Church met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Ash in Wanda. Mrs. Louise Wood read the devotionals and Mrs. Harriett Brown conducted a Bible quiz. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ash, assisted by Mrs. Dorothy Dike. Members attending were Mrs. Laura Ebelege, Mrs. Ida Fahnestock, Mrs. Dike, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Dolly Southard, Mrs. Mildred O'Neil, Mrs. Vera Van- Duesen, Wanda, and Mrs. Esther Gebelein and Mrs. Mary Knipping, South Roxana. Troop 51 Receives Member SOUTH ROXANA. — Brownie Scouts of Troop 51 met with their leader, Miss Alice Hanfelder, Wednesday, at the school and Miss Hanfelder supervised playing of games. Plans were made to attend the annual pot luck supper Thursday at, the Community Building. Carol Butler was accepted as a member. Attend Institute SOUTH ROXANA. — The youth groups from the South Roxana and Hartford Methodist Churches attended the Midwinter Institute meeting in East. Alton, Tuesday evening. They were accompanied by the pastor, the Rev. Bluford Dawson and the youth fellowship leaders. Troop 20 Meets SOUTH ROXANA. — Girl Scouts of Troop 80 met Wednesday evening at the home of their leader, Mrs. Albert Doerr, on Park avenue and made figurines. Mrs. Doerr served refreshments. South Hoxana Notes SOUTH ROXANA. — Jerry Jarzynka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jarzynka, Indiana avenue, is a patient at St.. Anthony's Infirmary with a strep throat. Mrs. Ellen Watson and children of Roxana avenue have returned after spending two weeks with her larents, Mrs. Oscar Clendenin, Eldred. Bethalto Woman's Club Meeting Slated Tonight BETHALTO, Jan. 13 (Special)— The Wom'an's Club will meet at 7:30 p. m., today, at the city hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Paul Hattery and Mrs. H. T. McAdams. A program concerning conservation rms been arranged by Mrs. Violet Van Meter. Graham Hlte» Saturday Funeral rite* for James Q. Gra- , ham, 65, an employe of East Alton I Cleaners, who died* Thursday morning, will be conducted Saturday at 1:30 p. m. In Staten funeral home by. the Rev. William F. Bohn, pastor of First Baptist Church, East Alton. Burial will be In Union Chapel cemetery, Girard. Friends may call at the funeral home. FOSTERBURC BAPTIST CHURCH MOVIE—If looks like good news in- this scene from "They Follow On," new 1 sound- color film about students' at Chicago's Moody Bible Institute. The half-hour production will be shown at the First Baptist Church, Fosterburg, Sunday at 7 p. m. Pastor of the church is the Rev. Sand in. Walther League Play Jon, 25-26 At Bunker Hill 39 Sets of Twins Born in Madison County During; 1949 Bloodmobile to f Visit Wood River BUNKKR HILL, Jan. 13 (Special) — At. the Walther League meeting, Wednesday evening, tln- al plans were made for the play, "Bolts and Nuts," which it will present, at 8 p. m. Jan. 25-26 in the Zion Lutheran Church basement. Donations of 50 and 25 cents will be taken so the League may earn money for its project for the new church. The Rev. H. C. Eruss Is directing the play, which has the following characters: Julia Grote, Vercla Mansolt, Marvine VVeidner, Edwin Duelm, Bill Bunte, Corleen Rust, Bernice Konmick, Fred Goebel, Dale Rust, Charles Sauerwein, Shirven Kehr, Elden Duelm, and Delmar Duelm. Attend Funeral BUNKER HILL — Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baird, Mrs. Edward Girth, and Mrs. Arthur Smith attended funeral services for Mrs. Lucy Lovely at i 1 the Baptist Church in Litchfield Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lovely was an aunt of Mrs. Mercer and Baird. She resided at the Tower View nursing home for several years, but in October was moved to the Litchfield Hospital and later to the Butler Nursing Home in Litchfield, where she died 5 p. m. Mr. and mr-nts nf the marriage of their niece, Marilyn Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Griebel, Chi- rnRn. Dor. 23, to Modesto Jose Ar- rlisnnn. The George Griehcls were former Bunker Hill residents and are well known in Bunker Hill. Hunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL — The voters' assembly of Zlon Lutheran Church 1 will hold its yearly meeting Sunday at 1 p. m. in the church basement . Mrs. Lillie Wolff was an Edwardsville visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dona and son Dick, Wood River, were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mercer. Olin School Vote Jan. 28 Wood River township residents have been called upon to donate 178 pints of whole blood Saturday T . „, when the American Red Cross j ^ w,,^ bloodmobile unit calls at. the Wood j River Labor hall, 47 West. Fergu- I son, 10 a. m. until 5:30 p. m. The | visit is being sponsored by the j Wood River Central Labor union and the Wood River Township community blood donors. Co-chairman Fred Gibson and >™ n . Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fahrenkrog, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. The voters of the Alton school district will ballot Jan. 2S on the i question of authorizing the board i of education to build a vocational i building on the Alton High site, j No proposition for a bond issue j or tax rale increase of any kind will be included in the ballot. The money to build the school will be given the board by the Olin Foundation. But legally, the district, must vote for approval to construct the building. Nor will the voters have to approve acquiring the site for the building, as the vocational school will be on the Alton High site—already owned by the district. Voting will be in eight precincts, with the same polling places as in previous school elections in recent years. Polls will be open from noon until 7 p. m. KDWARDSVILLE. Jan. 13 — Of, Ihe 39 sels of twins horn In Madison County the past year. 26 werr welcomed h'y Alton nrea couples,' as shown by a report compiled at j tho office of County Clerk Eulalin j Hol7. The 19-18 total for the county ! was 28 sets of twins. ! Twins were born during 1049 to 12 Alton couples, highest figure for any community in the county, while Wood River and the Ed- wnrdsville area tied for second place in the twin-birth derby with five sets of twins each born thej past year. j Other communities in tho Alton j area represented in the duplicate i birth column, with one set of twins; born to parents from each, wer° Cottage Hills. East Alton, Hartford and Bethalto. » Figures for other communities, including twins born at hospitals In Madison County to couples with home addresses outside the county, were: Jerseyville Route 1, Brussels, Kane, Highland, New Douglas. Madison and Colllnsvile, one set \ each: Greenville, three sets, and ] Granite City, two sets of twins. In ; one instance the parents' address | was not supplied to the county \ clerk's office. f Tn 14 of the 39 double births,, both infants were girls and in ] another 14 both were boys. One of the most nagging small worries connected with traveling is wondering if the perfume bottle in your suitcase will leak. You can worry about something else instead if. you seal the bottle by coaling it around thestopper with colorless nail polish. BEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Mrs. William were also at the funeral. Entertain Dinner Guests BUNKER HILL — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fensterman, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carna- Cnrl Roberts reported today that the recruiting of donors has been successful and expect that goal of 178 pints will be attained, j ™d Refreshments will be furnished by the Red Cross canteen service and the motor corps will furnish transportation to the Labor Hall to anyone who requires it. Jacobl, Carlinville, were 7 o'clock guests, Wednesday of Mr. H. L. Baker. After din- the i rtinnei ' ner, 500 was played and Mr. and Mrs. Carnahan and Mr. and Mrs. Fahrenkrog received prizes. Keceive Marriage Announcement BUNKER HILL — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griebel received announce- the spotlight or Gregory Peck. His wife, Roxana, 1 was at his Film Director, Dies ! bedside. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. Tnlin M Stalil jonn in. atani, John M. Stahl, one of Hollywood's top producers and directors, died last night of a heart attack. The veteran director—he started in 1914—had been in Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital since New Year's Day with a heart condition. He had also contracted pneumonia but had been believed improving when death came. He would have been 64 on Jan. 21. Some of his greatest triumphs included "Imitation of Life." "Seed," "Back Street," and "Only Yesterday," which introduced Margaret Sullavan to the screen. He produced and directed "Magnificent Obsession" and "Parnell." In later years his "Leave Her To Heaven" won an academy nomination for Gene Tierney and "Keys to The Kingdom" brought TONIGHT and SATURDAY . Jack CARSON—Doris DAV "MY DREAM IS YOURS" Shown ut 0:19. Terry Moore—Ben Johiunn "MIGHTY JOE YOUNO" Shown at 7:48. SKLM5TED SHORTS M1DTOWN 155 E. Fergmon • Wood River Public School Holiday There will be a holiday for stu- denls of the public schools of the Alton district Thursday, ,as the day will be used by teachers for grading tests, Shaking out enrl-of- semesler reports and filling out report cards. Students will attend school a full day Friday, Jan. 20, and start the second semester nt the regular classtime, Monday, Jan. '22. Hunger strikes in jails are forbidden by a new law in Assam, India, which says offenders shall get another year added to their sentences. v ununuou» r to 11 p m TONIGHT - SATURDAY NOW - ends Sat. THf SURPRISE PICTURE OF THE YEAR I .M-G-M'» ,,-,n.GL£NN FORD CHARLES COBURN GLORIA HE HAVEN Shown 8:40 Only. — AND — Tim HOI/r, Virginia COX "Buthiri in tk« Shown 7:00-10:09, COVERUJP WILLIAM' BENDIX DENNI3 O'KEEFE BARBARA BRITTON Shown lit 8:3fi. I (Siitiinliiy at 3:0«—«:8I—9:87) ROGERS TRIGCiR - Ends Saturday! OF HITS! NOW! Mat. Sat. « P.M. . . . You'll N«vtr Forftt . . THE GREAT DAN PATCH' STARRING DKNM.S + GAIL + KUT1I + CIIARIXMTK RUSSELL WAKKItK »:2t O'KtKIK GRBBNWOOD BARRY SULLIVAN • MARjORIE REYNOLDS "Badmen of Tombstone' 1 >««° Shown at 7:00—10:00. (Sutiirdny at I :.Vi—8:17—8:28) THREE STOOGES COMEDY STATE TONITE AND SAT. BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY and SUNDAY Adult 35c Until 2 P. M. After 2, 42c Child He All Times Shown at 9:50, AND Shown at: 7:00—10:00. _ PLUS — Kiddies Cartoon Show! CARTOONS NO ADVANCE IN PRICKS — PLUS — SKCOND CHAPTER •A COIUMMA MII BIG DANCE Saturday, Jan. 14th at VFW Lodft MKMOIilAL PARK, COTTAGK HILLS (2 Block* South of Shell Station) MUSIC BY M AC'S CRRY AKERS MODF.RN AND OLD TIMK DANCING—tt P. M.-l A. M. Admission SOo Per IVrsou (Tux Included. Refreshment* \J«V _...,-£/ Fine Shown TONIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEK SATURDAY Send tho Kiddies to our special afternoon show with special shorts, thrilling serial and 2 finr movie attractions. The children will be entertained for several hours. Tonight nt 8:SO P. M. Only Snt., 2:40—5:40—8:40 P. M. Crime Hunters of the| Roaring Rails! - n OPEN 12:45—47o TILL • Today & Sat WICKED! WILLING! WONDERFUL! Shown 1:25 3:25 5:25 7:25 9:25 OPEN 12:45—360 TILL 5 Today & Sat. GtOROt IAURA PAUL REEVES ELLIOI VALENTINE Diiecledbv WILLIAM C. 1HOMAS HOWARD DUFF mull WINTERS DM, DURYEA PLUS SECOND FEATURE Tonight at 7:00—10:00 Sat., 1:00—4:00—7:00— 10:00 r \DVENTURE IN A OF STRANP.F MA Shown 2:00 4:30 PLUS 7:0;5 9:35 Scrim Song • Cartoon | Shown 1:00 3:30 6:00 8:35 SUNDAY Carv <;r:int— ' MII Sheridan "I WAS A MALE WAR BRIDE" Leslie lirnuUii— Koliert Paige "BLONDE ICE" Tonite & Sat. EAST ALTON AMERICAN LEGION The Picture With GUTS! DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT StartiiiK at 8:30 EAST ALTON Music, by Tunny's Orchestra FenturiiiK Old Time Squnrn Dunces MKUS NX • FUNK IHWt • JtMCS fWMU JKW MMK • m COOT. UWB HKES DANCE lUCIUf WIILIAM **1 BALL • HOLDEN Godfrey Civic Bid* OLD WADLOW AIRPORT) Saturday, Jan. 14 8:30 - 12:30 Godfrey Township Civic Ass'n 50c PER PERSON T H E A T K » MEDORA, TONITE & SAT. HOB IIUI'K BAIX "SORROWFUL JONBS" COMEDY TONITE & SAT. "NOT WANTED" "HOLIDAY IN HAVANA" 'SUNDAY GRAND 3

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