Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 17, 1950 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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JANUARY 1?, 1950 ALTOM iVENttiO TtLKOKAMI Meadoicbrook Tabloid Paper To Roll Off Press Next Week MEAftOWBROOK, Jan. 11- (Speclfcl.)—This column will soon have a competitor! The first Meadowbrook newspaper will go to pfese sometime next week. The tabloid will be written, drawn, edited, and sponsored by junior high students of Meadowbrook school, under the guidance ot their teacher, Myron Ingram. The students elected officers Monday during class. They are: editors-in-chief, Billy Simpson and Becltadtne Relske; news editors, Mary Lou Cardwell and Jo Ann Baker; sports editors, Dean Witt and Johnny Walker; art editors, Junior Baker, Mary Runion and James Moss; movie and radio editor, Pat Davles; literary editors, Eleanor Fee and Shirley Taylor; humor editors, Shirley Lucas and Helen Prultt; business managers, Bob Cardwell and Roberta Miles. The students plan to accept local business advertisements to finance the venture. The paper will be sold throughout Meadowbrook, as well as in school. Sever'* Flnccr MEADOWBROOK.—Wiibert Ro- hour cut off the end of a finger Monday morning. He was working on his automobile when the accident occurred. Church of God Notes MEADOWBROOK. — Seventy-six were present at Sunday school this week, with six visitors. Special guests during service Sunday evening were the Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mull and daughters of Wood River, and Mrs. Mull's mother, Mrs. Elsie Blankenship of Mulberry Grove. Ten local church members attended the quarterly Sunday school convention Sunday in St. Louis, at the Wellston Church of God. They were the Rev. and Mrs. Harold White, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mouser, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mrs. Rose Baker, Mrs. May Voyles and Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Rushing. The quarterly has been Invited by the local church to hold the next convention in Meadowbrook. It will take place in April. A general business meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, at the Church of God, instead of the regular prayer meeting. Plans on the church building will be dis- , cussed. Meadowbrook Notes MEADOWBROOK.—Miss Maxine Cardwell of Alton spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cardwell. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knoche and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bertels of Dorsey, Sunday afternoon. Aborigine Starts Anew An eight-year-old Australian Aborigine, Wilfred McLennan, the first of his race ever to enter St. Gabriel's School for Deaf Boys, at Sydney, is eagerly beginning a new life, observers say. He is one of 80 boys from all parts of Australia who are learning to speak, master a trade, know how to play games and generally take their place in the world. He is being trained at government expense. Former Shipman Pastor To Speak Wednesday SHIPMAN, Jan. 17—(Special)-The Rev. Farrell t>. Jenkins, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, East St. Louis, and a former pastor of the Shipman Methodist Church, will be guest speaker at a family night pot luck supper at the local Methodist hurch, Wednesday evening. The Rev. Jenkins will be accompanied by his family. Mrs. Dentil Returns SHIPMAN—Mrs. Royal Deahl returned Friday after a visit, with her children at Alton. Mrs. Deahl was in St. Louis, Thursday, visiting at the hospital with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Moore and Dr. C. A. Moore, Vandalia, Mrs. Moore was at the hospital for a check up and Dr. Moore is seriously 111 with complications. Dr. Moore was a physician in Shipman for a number of years. Twirlprs Perform at Brighton SHIPMAN—Between games at the Brighton tournament, Thursday evening, baton twlrlers of Shipman high and grade schools, performed. Part of the act was forming the letters S. H. S. Included in the group were Delores, Marilyn, and Janice Matlack, Lessie and Shirley Davis, Gerry Travers, Patty Alward, Thelma Young, Carol Sue and Alice Ann Breltwiser, Mary Lou Stone, Edna Mae Johnson, Alice Huckelbrldge, Lois Hausman, Gerry Lahey, Shirley Wheeler, Anna Mae Huff, Connie Meyers, Alice Jean Hunt, Shirley Krause, Betty Lou Cottingham, Ruth Ann Travers, Dolores Jaynes, Jacqueline Schuetz, and Dolores Bullman. 4 M. S. Bone is music director of the school. Cpl. and Mr§. Schultt Parents. SHIPMAN—Cpl. and M r s. Robert Shultz are parents of a son, Robert Dale, born Jan. 13, at Macoupin Hospital, Carlinville. The baby, the couple's first child, weighed eight pounds and six ounces. The mother was the former Miss Shirley Emery, Bunker Hill. Cpl. Shullz has been home on an extended leave awaiting the event He will leave Saturday for St. Louis, to entrain for Camp Hood, Tex., where he will receive his discharge Jan. 25. Attends Board Meeting! SHIPMAN—Miss Margaret Sal* man, county 4-H publicity chairman, attended the regular board meeting at Carlinville, Monday and a called meeting Friday. The following 4-H committee was appointed at the latter meeting: Miss Herbert Meiher, Mrs I. Pocklington, Mrs. Ross Gates, and Mrs. Ralph Spencer. Three delegates were appointed to attend the Farm and Home week, representing the county. Mrs. Mary Lignon of the University of Illinois gave a talk in preparation for the county membership drive, scheduled for Apr!" 17-22. Special meeting dates announcer include Jan. 19, county poultry meeting, open to men and women t Carlinville; Jan. 24, Manna Carlisle will conduct a recreation school to review and plan the re- reation program for the coming *Ar. All 4-H leaders and 4-H ihalrmen are to attend. Feb. 1, major training school, Financial Plan for Illness," Death and Settlement of Estate," >y Miss Gladys Ward of the Jniversily of Illinois. All Blue Cross families and In* Ivlduals who made October payments are urged to go Immediately o the Farm Bureau office In Car- inville and take care ot the in- reased rales, which became ef- ective Jan. 1. Persons making laymehls in April will have the extra rates Included in that payment. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN-Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kahl, Mrs. Edna Travers, Mrs. '. F. Kahl, and Mrs. Delbert ,istcr were at Carllnvllte, Friday. .Mrs. Wilbur Levora, Alton, was here Wednesday and took her mother, Mrs. Thomas . Duffey, home with her. Mrs. Duftey Is quite 111. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT - No Oarryhi ObarcM Pay as LINIa as SIM a Wesk Prices Include Fed. Tax. Weekend Without Traffic Accident Sunday vvns a day without ft raffic accident In Alton, police records show. From midnight Saturday until 8 a. m. Monday, « space of 32 hours not even a fender denting was recorded. Last automobile mishap Saturday occurred at 11:45 p. m. The first Mondny—a minor collision—was eported at 8:15 a. m. Only a few days each year pass with no traffic mishaps being recorded, and police s»y that It is particularly rare for Sunday to rail In the accident-less category. The fact that weather Sunday was far from the sort to lure motorists from their homes may have helped its showing from the accident statistic standpoint. Telegraph Want Adj "CLICK" InandOtitof Semite With Men of Area Cat*. Bryant at Panama City PANAMA CITY, FLA.-Capt. M. t\ Bryant, son of Mrs. Ethol Gordan, Alton, Is a member of the Air Tactical school, commanded by Brig. Oen. - J. K. Lacey, the basic school of the Air University. Here carefully selected officers learn fundamentals required of all Air Force officers, the Intensively broad academic course including Instruction in leadership, administration, public speaking, military management, personnel management, military law, public Information, group discussion,tactics, operations, strategy, new developments In aircraft and equipment, Intelligence, supply, maintenance and .1 multitude of other subjects with which the squadron commander and staff of- ficers must be familiar In the Modern Air Force. Classroom instruction is supplemented, for fly* Ing officers, by training flights in tactical aircraft. Upon completion of the four months course, student officers return to their home bases from which, after a period of service, many will attend other advanced schools In the Air University system. Hurt H«nson In Japan WITH THE EIGHTH U. S. ARMY IN HACHINOHE, JAPAN - Pvt. Burt A. Henson, 3305 Come In Place, Alton, Is'now serving as a lineman in the communications platoon of Headquarters Co., 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division, in occupied Japan. Enlisting In the Army In,June, 1947, he received his initial training at Fort Knox, Ky. After he had completed training, he was given a short furlough to visit his family before leaving the United States for Japan in March, 1948. Upon arrival in Japan he was assigned to the 31st Infantry Regiment at Seoul, Korea. After he had served with the 31st Infantry Regiment for a short period of Last*Day Filers, Early Birds at Revenue Office The early birds filing Income tax returns, also those for whom the date was a deadline in amending tax estimates or making final quarterly payment's, thronged the Alton zone office of the Internal Revenue service Monday. When a newspaper reporter time he was later transferred the 32nd Infantry Regiment Camp Haugen, Japan. visited the office during the noon hour, h? counted 39 Ifl line wait* Ing their turns for assistance with their ta* problems. Meantime there was ft steady flow In and out of the office by those with payments or estimates who needed no special assistance from the office staff, and who had no occasion to wait their turns. Students Review Semester Work at Alton High It was review day at Alton Hi fc h School MaMay. Students prtpfcftil tot the examinations today and i day by going .over the flt*U ter's work, CIAUM %«tt to a full hour of review work. Today the studenlft spent tw* hours In each class, final tagu were given to 1st, 4th, 6tfc iM 7th hour students. Wednesday exams will be given to those Who have 6th, 3rd and 2nd houf classes. Thursday Alton High School students will be given a full hell* day. ASTHMA Mucus Loosened First Day nl ittMk* of Bronchi*! 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