Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 16, 1950 · Page 5
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January 16, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Jersey Community Council To Be Organised Friday .JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 16. (Spo- clsl)—A meeting will be held nt the courthouse Friday at 8 p. m. to complete organization of the Community Council, which has beer) submitted as A project of the "The House Of Service" WE REPAIR DOMESTIC ind COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION aid AIR. CONDITIONING Phone 4-8031 Accurate Refrigeration Co. St. Louis Kd.—Bast Alton .Terseyville Woman's Club In the nationwide civic betterment contest sponsored by the Kroger Co. The project had its initial promotion during the December meeting of the local Woman's Club. Since that time all civic organizations In the locality have been contacted and Invited to send a representative to the meeting Friday evening. The committee for organization consists of Kenneth Searles, chairman, Mrs. Helen Chapman, Charles Daniels, Jack Hormell, and Attorney Alvin H. Petitt. A number of projects have been suggested for the Council to promote. Among these are health, recreation, welfare, city beaullfl- catlon, safety, adult education, advisory committees, .community tund, and Jerseyvllle booster committee, Under the health project Is listed a county health department, hospital, and well-baby and prenatal clinic. Suggestions under the -recreation consist of a community house, swimming pool, playgrounds, park FRED C. WEBER AGENCY NOW LOCATED AT 624 E. BROADWAY ILOCK WEST OF FORMER LOCATION ¥OU AND fOUB FAMIL¥ CAN AVOID COLDS THE YEAR AROUND! TAKE ANTI-X TABLETS At The First Symptoms of ANTI-X TABLETS contain the sensational New Miracle Drug, "Anti-Histamine." Your cold will be stopped In hours or your money refunded. Take ANTI-X TABLETS and you can avoid sneezing, headaches, pains, miserable feeling, serious illness and loss of work due to colds. •f £ Tablete Aftf sLO fnabox*V9 NTI-X AVAILABLE AT ALL DRUG STORES ANTI-X CO., H4 North 7th St., St. Louis, Mo. district, community programs such as homecoming; old settlers' picnic. July 4 celebration with parade Ana fireworks; county fair, holiday programs at Memorial t>ay, Halloween und Christmas and junior baseball league for youths 10 to 18 years of age. The welfare phase Includes foster home and big brothers ftnd sisters ideas. City beautiflcation possibilities include regular street cleaning, street signs, reroute of trucks east and west, building code, zoning, garbage collection, city wide cleanup campaign, planting of trees and shrubs, and adoption of official flower or plant for Jerseyvllle. The safety program would sponsor junior patrols and courtesy campaigns with prizes for both drivers and pedestrians. The adult education suggests classes In academic English, sociology, foreign languages, current problems, crafts, parent education, nutrition, home nursing, marriage, Sunday evening forums (churches) speakers, choir concerts, book reviews, films, lectures and concerts. The citizens advisory committees will work In conjunction With Red Cross workers, school board, city council, and county judge. Rebekah's Public Installation JERSEYVILLE. — The Ruby Rebekah Lodge of this city will conduct its annual public Installation of officers at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Maupln Is the new noble grand and Mrs. John Reynolds Is the retiring noble grand. Marring* License Granted JERSEYVILLE. — A marriage license was Issued In the office of County Clerk Grover Pearce to Hugh C. Snell and Lula Belle Mundy, both of Jerseyvllle. The couple was married by the Rev. David B. Maxton. Leave for Florida Visit JERSEYVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. Cecil K. Bridgford, Jerseyvllle, and Clyde Young, Roodhouse, left by motor Monday for an extended visit in Florida. They will stop In Nashville, Tenn., for a short visit with Mr. Young's sister and will be joined in Lakeland, Fla., by a party of friends. They plan to visit Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Bridgford operated the Gamble Store here for a number of years, until recently when they sold the business to Merrill W. Bone, Brighton, young Is also a former owner of a Gamble store. P.E.O. Has Dinner Meeting JERSEYVILLE.—Chapter GB of the P.E.O. Sisterhood enjoyed a dinner meeting Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul Staley. A short program followed the dinner. Mrs. Hazel Murphy gave a talk on "What's New in Fashions." During the evening the members made dressings for the Cancer Society. Mrs. Warren Pirtle will be hostess to the group at the February meeting. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE.—Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schroeder are the parents of a girl born Jan. 12 at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. The baby weighed six pounds 15 ounces and Is the second child of the couple. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Jerseyville, and of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wendle, Dow. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Schroeder was Miss Emily Wendle. Attend Buyers' Convention JERSEYVILLE. — George Embley of the firm of A. V. Embleyjft Son, has returned from Effingham, where he attended a meeting of Lennox Furnace Buyers of Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri. Jer$eytms Borrow Coal by Bushel JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 16.— (Special)—The coal shortage In Jerseyvllle continues to mount though truckers are hauling In fuel from nearby mines. ^fost householders reported Saturday that their bins are at a low ebb, this being; particularly true of stoker coal. Many persons were borrowing coal by the bushel last week from neighbors who had a sup- Creeks Still Out of Hanks In Jersey Co. JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 16—(Special J-^Jake Jackson, who operates a farm in Ruyle township reported Saturday afternoon that flood conditions had not started to abate In his vicinity. Creeks were stilt out of their banks and water was over the lowlands Saturday, he said. Wheat growers in the locality who planted a crop last autumn on rolling ground reported Saturday that the heavy floodlikc rains had created much erosion and many fields were cut with numerous small ditches as the flash floods sought lower lands. Jeneymtte De Molay Advisers Get Legion of Honor Degrees JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 16 (SpectaO i Dr. J. Clark Waddell, deputy of — The Legion of Honor degree, Southern Illinois, and Howard K. Ages 60 to 85 Buy Hospital Insurance BOTH MEN AND WOMEN Too often overlooked are the men and women ages 60 to 85. Hospital Insurance is now made available to this age group for only a few cents a day. Would you be forced to use your savings or borrow money if hospitalized? Let this policy help you! It covers both accidents and sickness. A polity will be sent for FREE inspection. No obligation—no agent will call. Just send a penny postcard (state age) to Old American Insurance Co., Kansas City, Mo., Dept. H-112B. (Adv.) DON'T BE SNOWBOUND! Tho How 4-Whool-lrivo Willys Station Wafon Takos You Throaib Whoa Ho Other Car Can! Don't be isolated by heavy snow and ice- glued toads. Get the car that gets you through when nothing erie can-the new 5-Wheel-Drive Willys Station Wagon. . When you shift to 4-wheel drive, you get traction that takes you up slippery grades, cuts down tendency to skid, makes driving safer. The 4-Wheel-Drive Willys Station Wagon is a car you'll drive the year. 'round. It rides six adults in roornv comfort and handles easily in 2 or 4- wbeel drive. Rear seats are quickly re* novable to provide 98 cubic feet pf apace for hauling. If you live where roads are often blocked or have duties that must not be delayed, the 4-NX heel-Drive Willys Station Wagon is your best assurance of getting through. Let us demonstrate this remarkable new model for you now. WILLYS ALTON AUTOMOTIVE SALES AND SERVICE 1010 E. BROADWAY, ALTON Jersey Girl Receives Oak Park Transfer JERSEYV1LLK, Jan. 16. (Special)—Miss Marie Mltzel, R. N., daughter of Mrs. A. K. Mltzel, Jerseyville, who has been associated with the nursing service of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., St. Louis, for some time, has been transferred to Oak Park, 111., where she will be supervisor of the Oak Park nursing service for the company. Miss Mitzel, who was a guest, of her mother in Jerseyville for a few days, left Friday for New York City, where she will spend four weeks at the home office of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., outlining plans for the work in Oak Park. She Is a graduate of the school of nursing ol St. John's Hospital, St. Louis. Return* from Alton Hospital JERSEYVILLE.—Paul Berthoux \yas brought to his home In Jersey- vllle Friday from Memorial Hospital, Alton, where he has been a patient since Dec. 27 suffering from injuries sustained in a fall here. He and Francis Noland were engaged in redecorating the Morgan Hotel when the ladder on which Berthoux was standing broke and the two men fell from the scaffold. Berthoux was thrown from the scaffold and Noland fell on top of him. The former suffered a dislocation of the right elbow, fracture of the little finger, and other Injuries. Jersey PTA Plans Box Supper Feb. 2 JERSEYVILLE. — The Parent- Teacher Association of Jerseyville Elementary School plans a box supper for Its next meeting Feb. 2. Oren Priest, vice president, will be in charge- of auctioning. Flags for parent attendance at the last meeting were won by the rooms taught by Mrs. Eva Leach and Miss Irene Barnes. Entertainment was furnished by the members of the fifth grade who used the theme "Winter" for the program, featuring, ice, snow, Jack Frost, etc. The reading methods of the school were discussed by Prin. O. A. Wilson jr. Reports were 'given by Mrs. Rodney Jacoby, secretary, and Mrs. Helen Marshall. Patient at St. Anthony's JERSEYVILLE. — Frank Long was taken to St. Anthony's Hospital in Alton this week suffering from a slight stroke. Jesse Hansel 1, Jersey- Native, Dies at Dixon JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 16. (Special)—Jesse G. Hansell, native of Jerseyville, died Tuesday at Dixon, according to word received this week by friends here. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hansell, Jerseyville, and was born in this city Nov. 20, 1877. He was 72. Hansell had been a long-time member of Hickory Grove camp, Modern Woodmen of America, and was awarded the fifty year pin by that organization a few years apo. A. sister, Dr. Bertha Erwin, St. Louis, survives. Funeral services were conducted in Dixon and burial was In that city. high DeMolay award, was confer red on Thomas W. Ktrby and John F. DeCourcy, advisers of the Jer- seyvllJe chapter, Order of DeMolay. Thursday evening, at Impressive ceremonies In the Masonic Hall on West Pearl street. Both men achieved this honof through manjf years of active service In the DeMolay organization. Kirby Joined the Granite City chapter in 1822 and the same year DeCourcy joined the DeMolay chapter In St. Louis. They organised the Jerseyville club of the Alton DeMolay chapter In 1937 and Kirby became president • and DeCourcy adviser. The two men remained In these offices until the Jerseyvllle chapter, Order of DeMolay, was Instituted !n lf)47, at which time they were elected to their present posts. Tho ritual was exemplified by members of the Egyptian Prccep- tory of the Seventh District Order of DeMolay of Illinois Legion of Honor. The Legion of Honor teams who conferred the degree were as follows: Commander In East, Hamilton D. Smith; commander In West, William J. Mehl; commander In South, Kenneth W. Bonvllle; grand chaplain, John O. Barrlnger; grand marshal!, Lloyd Saeger; seven preceptors, Joe McCrea, Wilbur Saeger, Howard Longeay, Henry G. Selbert, E. L. Ehret, James Stuart, and George Slattery; herald, William Handerlch. Johnson, adjutant for the deputy, had expected to be present bu' were unable to attend. Mrs. Leila Holladay was soloist for the ceremonies and her mother, Mrs. Harry L. Bllsh, was. pianist. A Inrgo crowd \vns present for the ceremonies but the Inclement weather prevented many from attending, especially out • of - town groups. Tho Mothers' Circle of the Jer- seyvllle chapter of DeMolay served refreshments following the ceremonies. Cottapr Hills Firemen Install 1950 Officers COTTAGE HILLS, Jan. 16. — Local firemen, Friday evening, at Baker's garage Installed n«* officers. They are: Homer McMillan, president; Sam Hunter, vice president; William Hale, secretary, and John Coatney, treasurer. Paige Baker Is serving aa fife chief, nn appointive position. READ TELBOHAPM WANt AW EVERS PAINTING AND DECORATING SIN< t .nnr, PHONF 2 11 76 •Megrttfi Wont ^^^ QffiC9 RMMMlHIf Setfflei Stot a Drtplay CUSTOM MAM SKILLED WOfWMBJf COLSTON'S FIXTURE • IOIM»MI1T DIAL Mil* AMtOM flNI _ _ MM cto|giiic,TIINISKNT UN! For years Dr. Edwards relieved patients bothered from constipation and its bad breath, sallow skin, lack of pep, with his Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets—now sold at all drugstores. Olive Tableta are all vegetable. They act so oenilv yet thoroughly on both upper and lower bowels, giving more natural-like movements — complete satisfaction! Ify, SOd, 601. 34U4 Divnrcn By Can Opener HOLLYWOOD — W—"Divorce." says a Hollywood chef, "begins in the kitchen." Mick Lucich, » cook for 46 years, says "more marriages start headiiiK for trouble- when the wife reaches for a can opennr than you would suspect. Home-making, especially . cooking, Is ultimately the most important part of marriage. Yet young girls arc being trained for everything but that." You need more than a 'salvo' for ACHING to relieve coughs, •ere muscles in chest To gel fait, lone-lastl Nllci from coughing ai that miserable achy feeli _______________ . .. ling from a cold— you need more thu juat an ordinary calve, ' " You ahould rub on tfua- _ __ i. The great pain-relieving Mutterow abdication (Oil of Musurd, Camphor, Menthol and Methyl S»liuylat») la- •Untly itarta ia to check irritation aad •reak up eoaaeation jo the upper broo- ablat tube*, ooae and throat— brin«1af aMting speedy relief. kluiterol* offers ALL the benefit* of a •uatard piaster without the bother of aukln| oae. Jiut rub it onl Strtnttkt: Child'. Af <M M uiterob, Ur, ta4 fiitoa Strong (or edulu. MUSTEROLF REGULAR SAVING Pays You Well —in peace of mind and security. In case of an emergency nothing takes the place of » savings reserve. You, too, can build this security by starting a savings account here today . . . and adding to it regularly . soon you too will have a substantial emergency t-nd. Your savings here are insured to $5000. CITIZENS' J08 Smith St. Walter A. Hale, President EAST ALTON BLDG. AND LOAN ASS'N Phone 4-6611 Joe Nolan, Jr. Secretary 25c PER PASSENGER NOTICE 2Se PER PASSENGER We are pleased to announce to the public that ALTON UNITED CABS are now using only UNION DRIVERS, (Local No, 525) We Are Ready To Serve You DAT or NITS. OUR PRICES REMAIN THE SAME—25c PER PERSON WITHIN CITY LIMITS DELUXE CALLS - 7Sc for Ono or Pour Passengers - On* Pickup to Ono Addrott in City. CALL 3-5588 FOR UNION SERVICE —'BUT IT ISNT A, MEW DRESS DADDV- SANITONE.'. KINGI OF"DRY T CLEANIN6 < CWE8 IT THAT 'LIKE NEW I00*f Try our famous Sanitonc Dry Cleaning Setvict yourself! You'll be ama/ed at how this better kind of dry cleaning differs from ordinary cleaning. Spots are banished like magic, colon . are brighter and che like-new feel is restored to the fabric. Let us dry clean one of your garments ... compare the results with what ordinary dry cleaning gives you—you, too, will agree thai our famous Sanitone Service is • better kind of dry cleaning! MILTON ROAD CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVERY SERVICE 1110 MILTON RD. "Dry Cleaning That Saciifiea." DIAL 3-6190 FO* A SETTER KIND Of DOT OfANIN* 286 PAIRS OF LOW KEEL CASUALS and OXFORDS Black and Brown Calfskins .85 High, Low and Medium Heels Black and Brown Suede and Calf Skins 15.95 and $7.95 Values, $3 412 PAIRS MEN'S WALK-OVERS Grain or Smooth Leather $17.95 Value. $12-85 GALOSHES WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S m Ammtff • Black FIRST GRADE QUALITY • White • Brown 0) Red 25* HOUSE SLIPPERS OFF All New Pattern* 25* OFF ALL SALES FINAL - ALL SALES FOR CASH NO REFUNDS - ^-*-r-^ ,v NO EXCHANGES "Where Third Meets State Street" lit STATE ST. '"•IWP^^WP

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