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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY it, 19SO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Medora Baptists Form Brotherhood E.L.Kahl Named Head of Group MEDORA, Jan. 18. (Special)— The Men'i Brotherhood of the Baptist Church met Monday evening at the church. Fifty-two were tin attendance. Fourteen men of the Brotherhood of Calvary Baptist Church, White Halt, and five from the Fidelity Bap* tilt Church Brotherhood were guests. TIM officers ot the Brotherhood NEEOA When you're gathering estimate! far horn* or butincii jobt, uw the Yellow Pages. Thit handy refer* ence liitt all kind* of manufacturer*, contractor*, profewionel *erv* ice*. U§e it of leu to locate— • OONTtMTOn-aENUM. • SEWEI BUILDERS • OLUNERI LOOK IN THE THE CLASSIFIED SECTION Of YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY of White Hall church, Including Rlenrt Anthony, Donald Martin, tt. O. Martin, Roy Anthony Noah Arnold, Ollle Phllllns, Norman Ward, tame* Martin. Oarey Phillips, and Ernest Ornellas, provided the pro* gram.. Each gave a discussion of his particular office in the Broth- thood. A business meeting of the local Brotherhood was held, preceding 'he program, by the visitors. The 1st of officers and committees were completed and are as follows: E. L. Kahl, president: Ronald Moore, activities vice president; Arthur GwllUtn, membership vice president; Elder William Beeny. program vice president; M. F.. Klzer, secretary-treasurer; David Gollke, chorister; Clifford Chlsm, pianist; David Mayes, welfare chairman and Jesse Strunk, social chairman. The organization voted to purchase a sign for the church. John Chlsm and Charles Strunk were empowered to purchase and Install the sign. Plans were made to attend the Associations! Brotherhood meeting at Lowder Jan. 24. Elder William Beeny, Medora, will be the principal speaker >at this meeting. A special musical number at the service was a vocal solo by David Goltke, accompanied by Clifford Chlsm. Following the meeting, refreshments were served to the group In the church basement. The membership of the Brotherhood I* 33. FRA to Meet MEDORA —The Future Homemakers of America, comprising girls of Medora and Shlpman high schools, will hold Its regular meet- Ing Monday morning. The girls have been, making beauty bird pins, which they are selling. Medora Notes MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Jerseyvtlle, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bahr, Brighton, were guests Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Bahr's sister, Mrs. Paul.Gorham. Lester Searles was here from St. Louis Tuesday and his wife, who has been here In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shields, assisting with the care of her father, accompanied him home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maple and daughters, Misses Norma and Deloros, spent the weekend In Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Maple. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berthold were here from St. Louis Sunday Mrs. Berthold's mother, Mrs. Rattle Storey, accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders went to Carlinville Sunday to attend the funeral of George Bates They were dinner guests in the evening of Sanders' mother and sister, Mrs. C. F. Sanders and Miss Melnotte Sanders. Mrs. Rosa Wagonblast, Alton, Hawkins Resigns Postal Shurtleff Also Quits Pastorate at Greenfield Dr.Edwards'Offers tfcetaotat; TRANSIENT kind! Whenever undigested food clogs theintestinesand causes constipation with its bad breath, lack of pep, sallow skin—take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. They work so gently yet thoroughly giving you such complete and more natural-like bowel movements. For years, Dr. F. M. Edwards, a noted Ohio Doctor, relieved his constipated patients with his Olive Tablets—now told by all drugstores. Olive Tablets are strictly •11 vegetable. They work on BOTH upper and lower bowels and clean waste from entire intestinal tract giving you complcttKtfitf action, I6f, 30* and f" For awe-inspiring beauty, take a mythical trip up the Mississippi River . . . through the magic of the camera lens ... . "SCENES ALONG THE Me ADAMS HIGHWAY" This book contain* tight color and 29 black and : whit, illustrations of tho scenes published in tho Telegraph last fall. We> Ai. Placing Tne»m On Sah alt ir Mather-Morrison * Peters Gift Shop + Godwin Supply Store * loth lotto's News Studs * Broadway Ntwi Stand * Photo Art Shop I* Addition te Sellinc Them Over Our Own Counter. ALTON EVENIM TELNUNI Dr. Don P. Hawkins of the de- >artment of Journalism of Shurt- efl College' has resigned effec- Ive at thn close of the semester. He has been here since September, .946. GREENFIELD, Jan. 18 — (Spe- ilU>— Officials of the Baptist Church have accepted the reslgna- ion of Dr. Don P. Hawkins; pro- essor at Shurtleff College, Alton, who has served as pastor since October, 1946. Dr. Hawkins will xmduct three services Sunday, 'an. 22, at 10:40 a.m., a baptismal ervice at 2:30 p.m. and at 7 p.m. A basket dinner will be served at he church at noon. The church was rededicaled In November, 1947, following remod- ling and repairs during Dr. Haw- tins' pastorate. Eighty members have been added and Dr. Hawkins ponsored the organization of the Youth Fellowship group. Although a resident of East Alton, Dr. Hawkins kept in close touch with church members and made many calls. The Methodist Church will omit services Sunday night and members will attend the farewell serv- ce to Dr. Hawkins. North Alton Eldred ELDRED.—Mrs. Roger MOM and daughter, Pamela, are visiting at Sterling with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd look. Mrs. Moss and Mrs. Cook are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Smith visited at Alton recently with their daughter, Mrs. Dean Shackleford and her family. Miss Shirley Goans spent Sunday with Miss Camilla Julian, near Baypress. Miss Julian teaches Robley School, north of Eldred. Mrs. Phillip Walker, Carrollton, visited Monday with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Camerer. Mr. and Mrs. Garland McCaher- ty, and baby, of Alton were weekend guests of McCaherty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCaherty. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith were their grandchildren, Ann and Eric Cunningham, Carrollton, and their daughter, Mrs. Eileen Smith, R. N., St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kaffer visited at White Hall Saturday. Announcement is being made of the marriage of Pvt. Hazel Ruth Coonrod to Pvt. John Kozonasky at Fort Dix, N. J., where the bride is stationed. Their attendants were Miss Dor othy and Joseph Kozonasky, sister and brother of the groom. The bride, a former Eldred resident, Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Coonrod. Greenfield. The groom Is stationed at Camp Lee, Va. Woman Flies for County Judge OREGON, Jan. 18, (JP>— The first woman to file for the office o Ogle County Judge Is Helen M Rutkowskl, a Forreston lawyer She Is a Republican. Business Men Elm Officer* Bill Powers was elected president of the North Side Business Men at a special meeting Tuesday evening at the Shelterhouse. Other officers elected were Roy Cason, vice president; Leo Pohlman, secretary; and Clayton Krug, treasurer. Clyde Auten, Clifford Rain, and Gilbert Smith were elected to the board of directors. The meeting was called to order by the retiring president Ray Tingley, who called for reports from the officers, and then pro- eeded with the report of the nom- nating committee. Jack Schuricht, hairman of the committee, an- lounced the slate of candidates ecommended by the committee. The slate was elected by acclama- Ion. Tingley Introduced and greeted he new officers and president- led. Powers called for open dls- ussion on plans for the coming r ear. The parking and traffic .TOblem was offered as the first matter of Importance and this was ollowcd by program plans of the membership and planning committees. Members were called upon o discuss these problems and to resent Ideas to help the organlza- lon to grow stronger. Plans for the next regular meet- ng, Feb. 26, kill be announced fter Powers has an opportunity o meet with the directors and members of his executive commit- ee. Honor Cousin* Ralph Dorsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dorsey, 3 West Delmar avenue, and Robert Dannen>rink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray jannenbrink, were honored at a >lrthday party Sunday at the Dorsey home. Twenty-four guests en- oyed a birthday dinner which vas served at 4 p.m. Two large jirthday cakes ornamented the table. After the dinner, the guests )layed canasta and other games were part of the good time enjoyed by all. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schleeper and heir daughter, Rita, Jerseyyille. Young Men's Club Dance The Northside Young Men's Club Dance will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, at the Shelterhouse. rfarry Laun's orchestra will play 'or dancing and parents and mem- jers of the Boosters and Auxiliary lave been invited to take part in ,he program. First Anniversary -,d This edition of "Northside News" marks the first anniversary of this column's existence on a daily bas/s. Greenfield Club To Discuss Music visited Saturday with her sister Mrs. Fred Reed. Mrs. Selina Chism visited her sister, Mrs. Howard Gwillim, Ship man, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frlcker am family were guests at the home of Mrs. Fricker's brother, Clyd< Wood, Shipman, Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strunk, Fi dellty, and nephew, Roger Gorham Carlinville, were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs George Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chlsm were guests Sunday of Mrs. Chlsm's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Al berts. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Cadmus, is recovering from chlckenpox. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sander and family were guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Metcalfe, Chesterfield. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirsch en tertalned with a birthday dinnei Sunday for their daughter, Jo Ann who was 10 years old. The child' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roj Armstrong, Kemper, were guests Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Hines, and Mrs. Cleda Hines, Virden, spen several days at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ervin Hines. Mr. and Mrs. Francis McDanle and- family, Kane, spent Sundaj with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gaffney Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bennet and family were guests Monda; evening of Mr. and Mrs. W. F Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirsch and family were supper guests Monda> of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Armstrong Kemper. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hines an daughter spent Sunday with Mrs Hines' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ern est Lockyer. Mrs. Martin Scfogglns and Mrs Maurice Bell, were here Iron Wood River Sunday afternoon t visit their brother, J. F. Shield who Is III, but reported better. Mr. and Mrs. George Grifflt spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Earl Griffith. Mrs. Nellie Barnes visited In Jer seyville Saturday and Sunday wit Mrs. Harriet Barnes. Miss Iren Barnes and Harold Brooks brough her home and spent the evenln with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes. SIMM 9S.M Valuta te au.ie Barleffs s Jacket* MS «ff AU Heevy. ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE •14.1 Values to $IIM $3t.M Values te GREENFIELD, Jan. 18. (Special)—Members of the Traveler's club will meet at the home of Mrs James Martin Friday afternoon for a program concerning music. "Memories of the Greenfield Band" will be the title of the rol call response. Mrs. W. G. Burnett will speak on the subject, "Bands, Ancient and Modern," and Mrs. Charles Meng's subject will be "Famous Orchestras and Their Leaders." Birthday Dinner GREENFIELD. — A surprise birthday dinner was served Sunday at the Grant Melvin home in observance of the birthday, Jan. 15 of Mrs. Melvin and her brother Finice Doyel. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mosier, St. Louis, Mr and Mrs. Ward Burton, Carrollton Mr. and Mrs. Finice Doyel and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Melvin and daughter, Carol. Potluck Dinner GREENFIELD. — Mr. and Mrs Roy C. Gustine, Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. Warren Cook, and Mr and Mrs. L. F. Morris attended a turkey dinner Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs. . Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD.—Mrs. B. M. Mason, who has been residing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Baltz, in Carrollton this winter is ill at Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lizzie Prather is seriously ill at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cox, Ray mond, visited his father, John Cox and Mrs. Cox Saturday, enroute home after attending funeral serv ices for their cousin, Duward Dix on, in Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Jenkins Wood River, visited recently with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Amol Greer, and daugh ter, Ruth Ann. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Carstens and their daughter, Mrs. E. E. Asbury and son, Tim, Bloomington, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. John Uh ben In Staunton Monday. Mrs Ubben is the former Peggy Luker daughter of Mrs. Margaret Luker Washington, D. C., who has visited frequently at the Carstens home. Choir Pmctlm M Usual Although Thursday will be « loliday at school, the Primary and 'unior choirs of the Elm Street 'resbyterian Church will meet at heir regular time, Thursday. The 'rlmary choir wlH meet at 3:30 j.m., Thursday, at the church, and vlll sing at the morning worship ervice Sunday at the church. The unior practice will follow at 4 .p.m. The Senior choir will meet at 7 p.m. The Ladles Aid Society of the hurch will meet all day Thursday it thp church for Hs weekly quilt- ng session. Nursery Mothers Meet The Nursery Mothers Club of he Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Tuesday evening nt he home of Mrs. Cloyd Hamer of Ramona place. During the business session the mothers made plans for their Bible Book-of-the- Wonth presentation during May. t was decided that the hostess for >ach meeting would also lead the oplc for discussion. Discussion oplcs will be taken from the nursery material provided by the church school program of the church. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hamer. The next meting will be Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, at the home of Mrs. John Edmundson, 903 West Delmar. Rufus Easton Party The Rufus Easton P.T.A. will sponsor a card party Friday eve- ilng, Jan. 27, at the school. In previous years the proceeds of hese parties has been used In the general treasury of the P.T.A. However, this year the funds will be placed in a welfare fund to help needy families of the school area. Lady Bugs to Meet The Military Order of the Lady Bugs will have a covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Veterans Memorial Center The regular business meeting wil follow the supper. Youth Program at Shelterhouse The youth committee of the Booster Club met with city recreation officials Monday evening at the recreation office. Plans were formulated to begin a youth program at 7 p.m. Wednesday Jan, 25, at the Shelterhouse. The evening's program will close at 9:15 o'clock. Next Wednesday's meeting wil be an organizational get together with members of the recreation department assisting with the oper ation of the program. The re creation department will have instructors and leaders at the meeting, and the Boosters and Auxiliary' will serve as chaperones. Young people from nine years of age and up will be eligible for the programs activities; parents will be asked to sign the usual registration and release cards used in all playground activities; and, no one will be allowed to leave the Shelterhouse during the recreation period unless he signs the register showing time of departure. Lester Schriver To Speak Here L. O. Schrivpr Lester O. Schriver, lecturer, author, humorist, executive and world traveler, will address the Alton Association of Insurance agents at n joint session with Alton Rotary Club at Mineral Springs Hotel, after n 6 p. m. dinner next Monday. Schrlver's topic will be "Living in Tomorrow's World." A spokesman for Orville Thics, president of the Alton insurance group said that, all other civic and social clubs are invited to attend the lecture. Schriver is described as "highly trained in the field of economics, business and politics. . . Dr. Schriver speaks with authority, clarity and force on a wide variety of subjects. He hns gathered firsthand information over a broad area and applies a well-trained and mature mind to the problem of the day. He has spoken in every state in our country, in every province in Canada, and has a real understanding of national and international affairs. He is a dynamic realist who speaks with great energy, but he has a sense of humor that makes you like . even the truth." Dr. Schriver is a graduate of Syracuse University and served as a Congregational minister for 1C years, then served the Nationa Association of Underwriters as secretary, vice-president and president. He became director o£ education of the Aetna Life Insurance Co., then was appointed superintendent of agencies. In 1929 he moved to Peoria as general agent for Aetna Life, supervising 7' counties. He is a former member of the Connecticut state legislature, and of the city council ol Middletown, Conn. He Is also a former president of the Middletown Chamber of Commerce. Britain's Post Office is accept ing mail again for Northern an Central China, but says there' a chance of considerable delay. More Candidates File ai Springfield SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 18 —Wl— Candidates for district offices who filed primary nominating petitions here yesterday included (X—denotes incumbent): Representative in Congress 13th: Dem.—Thomas F. Dolan, Evanston. Rep.—none. 22nd: Dem.—Robert B. Borchers, Decatur. Rep.—None. 23rd: Dem. — None. Rep.—Edward H. Jenison (X), Paris. 25th: Dem. — None. Rep. — Rogers D. Jones, Belleville. State Senator 47l.h: Dem. — George J. Moran, Granite City. Rep. — None, Representative* In General Assembly 16th: Dem. — Edward E. Haugens, Toluca. Rep. — Peter J. Aimone, sr., Toluca. 19th: Dem. — None. Rep. — Frank A. MareTc (X), Cicero. 20lh: Dem. — None. Rep. — G. Emery Miller, Coal City. 26th: Dem. — Raymond F. Ray- craft, Bloomlngton. Rep. — None 30th: Dem. — Major T. Flower ree (X), Easton. Rep. — None. 32nd: Dem. — Charles J. Co! clasure, Monmouth. Rep. — Noni 33rd: Dem. — Richard Stenge (X), Rock Island. Rep. — None. 34th: Dem. — Frank C. Wels (X), Marshall. Rep. — Walte Scott, jr., Charleston. 35th: Dem. — Hubert D. Con sidlne (X), Dixon. Rep. — None. 39th: Dem. — Thomas V, Hardy ,aSalle. Rep. — None. 42nd: Dem: — Edwin R. Haaj (X), Breese. Rep. — None. 49th: Dem. — None. Rep. — Howard Roberts, East St. Louis Willis J. Varner, Belleville. State Central Commltteemen 15th: Dem. — None. Rep. —Al bert S. O'Sullivan, Belvedere. How To Hold FALSE TEETH Mora Firmly In Plac« Do your false teeth annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh, or talk? Just sprinkle a litle FAS- TEETH on your plates. This alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly'and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug store. (Adv.) 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