Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 18, 1950 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 18, 1950
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>AOB It* ALTON tttttlNO TlUtOHAMI WIDNEIDAY, JANUARY II, »* Jersey Farm Bureau Ejeecutite foard to Organize Tonight I Mat.) *- JMawiymlactad member* o: .i 1 the lift rarhv Buraau board wll ': meet ,at 7:90 p. m., today, at th* •• Farm Bureau office for ertanlta 11 iijlilt*.! *ttstH*wW*«4aBdl . Tha new executive body was •* iected at th* thirty-second annua meeting of the Farm Bureau ant It* subsldlarleg, Jerwy Agricultura 8ar¥lea and the Jersey County Produce Association, Saturday, a Jerteyvllle Grade School. Dlrectofi chosen for the Farm Bureau and the Jersey Agrlcultur al Service were Edwin T. Wilton Ruyle township; William M. Moore and Harold Parsell, Fidelity; Oliver Klot*. Plasa; Lloyd Lyons and Wll Ham K. Wleland, Mississippi; Preston Randolph, Morris Waggoner Paul Kuebrlcb, Gus Meneghan and Wilbur Rowden, Jersey; Kenneth Rice, English; Pearl E. Johnson Otter Creek; Clarence Noble Quarry; Edgar Wendle, Elsah Fred Heltzlg, Rlchwoods nnd P. L Crull, Rosedale. The Jersey County Produce Association directors are Hrrsche: Frit*, Ruyle and Fidelity township; Herman Senator, Pins* and Mis* Inlppl; Paul Erb nnd Thomns Uan- dolph, Jersey; Matt Darr, English; L. r. Gerson, Otter Creek, Quarry and Elsah; and Wayne Legate Rlchwoods and Rosedale town•hips. Approximately 500 farm men were present for the annual session, which was called to order by Frank B. Tracy, president of the Farm Bureau. Approve Chnngu In By-taws Among the important business transacted was the approval given by the Farm Bureau membership to changes In the by-laws 'of the organization. Recommendations had previously been made, to thi board by a committee composed 01 Harold Krueger, T. B. Ruyle, Asa Beckner, and George Heldemann, * appointed by Frank B. Tracy, pres- Ident of the Farm Bureau board, at tha request of It* member*. Th* report of the committee was made to the board In September and a motion passed to submit the changes to the Farm Bureau mem bershlp for approval at It* annual meeting. ' The amendments provide that there be one board member for aach 100 Farm Bureau members or fraction, instead of one board member for each 40 Farm Bureau members, as In the past. This reduces the membership on the 1950 Farm Bureau board from 29 to 17. The change In by-laVs also provides that no Farm Bureau board member shall be eligible to serve more than three consecutive year*, and that the annual meeting shall be held during January instead of December, to make possible the use of the annual audit for a financial report. Distribute Dividends At the annual meeting, dividend checks amounting to $696.40 were distributed to 366 patrons of the Produce Association and the dividend payment* of the Jersey Agricultural Sorvlc* amounted to $6420.66. : Invocation wai pronounced at the meeting by tne Rev. Gerald Grotey, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Jersey villa. Talks and report* were glv*n by Matt Darr and Harold Burch, vice-president and manager of the Produce Association; Frank B. Tracey for th* Jersey Agricultural Service; John R. Walsh, secretary of Farm Bureau; Frank B. Tracy, president of the Farm Bureau; Harold Andes, general agent, Insurance report; David Md(ee, Rural Youth report; Mr*. Paul Erb, 4-H Club report; Raymond Frakcs, farm adviser's report. Musical (elections were given by the Home Bureau chorus, directed by Mrs. Kentner Rice; a girl's chorus from Jerseyville Communl- Jerseyville WCTU To Meet Thursday JERSEYVILLE, Jan. IS (Spe clal) — The Women's Christian Temperance Union bt this city wll meet at 3 p. m. Thursday at the Methodist Church In this city. A group from the local WCTU plans to attend the state Institute of the organisation In Wood River Jan. 96, beginning at 10:30 a. m The meeting will be for the counties of Bond, Jersey, Macoupln, Montgomery, Madison, Perry, St Clalr, and Randolph. Mrs. W. O. O'Neal, state president, will speak on "Echoes from Washington." Mrs. K. F. Henrichs, state recording secretary, will talk on "What Is an Institute;" Mrs. Pearl Relsacher, state director, will have for her , subject "Temperance and Missions," and Mrs. L. Marston, state director, will speak on "Child Welfare," Attend Past Presidents Parley JERSEYVILLE. — Several past presidents of Worthey Post unit, American Legion Auxiliary, motored to Carroliton Monday* evening to attend the Past President'* Parley of Jersey aand Greene counties. ' In the group from here were Mrs. Byron L. McDow, Mr*. William F. Hanley, Mrs. Melvln Johnson, and Mrs. Charles Powell. Jerseyvllle will be host to the next meeting of the group March 20. Parents of Girl JERSEYVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis of his city are the parents of a girl, their first child, born at 0:30 p, m. Jan. 18 at Memorial Hospital, Alton. The baby weighed six pounds three ounces. Her father Is associated with the law firm of DuHadway her marriage, Mrs. Davis was & Suddes in Jerseyvllle. Prior to Miss Marguerite Lois Hoffman, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Ben- Jomln M. Hoffman, Gary, Ind. She was a member of the faculty of the Jerseyvllle Grade School for a time. The baby's other grandparents arc Mrs. L. J. Castle, Piano, III., and Claud* H. Davis, St. Augustine, 111. Attending School In Cleveland JERSEYVILLE. — Robert M. Adams, of the K. A A. Metals Co. of Jerseyvllle and Alton, left Sunday for Cleveland to attend this week's school at the Lincoln Elec- rlc Co., given for their agents and dealers In Illinois and Missouri. Business Women Hold Meeting at Carroliton CARROLLTON, Jan. 18 — (Spv- lal) — Political and agency ac- Ivities of the United Nations Assembly were discussed Monday evening, by Mrs. James Day nnd Mrs. Oren Siebermann at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club at the home of Mrs. Fred Ashlock. Plans were discussed for the spring district meeting to be held n Carroliton in March. Miss Helen Spps, club president, Mrs. Meda Dowdall, and Mrs. Mary Bolln will o to Jacksonville, Feb. 12, to at- end a meeting of the representa- ives of th* other clubs In this dis- rlot. The Club also Voted to donate a um of money to the March of Dimes fund. y High School, directed by Mrs. Hlldreth Edwards, and a barber hop quartet. The principal address was given y Larry Colvls, formerly of the marketing division of the Illinois Agricultural Association, who has •ecently been promoted to mana- ;er of the Illinois Grain Terminal n Chicago. His talk dealt mostly with marketing trends and condi- lons. TwoRcpublicaiM In Greene Races OARROLLTON, Jan. 18. (Spa. clal) — Late Monday, firat day of filing for county office, two Republican* entered races. They aVa Ronald Roosa, White Hall, a candidate for tha otflca of Cdunty Clark, and Charle* Barto- Oreenfleld, a candidate for county treasurer. Eldred Youth Enters Dental Poster Contest CARROLLTON, Jan. 18. (Special) — Dale Wlln, son of Mrs. Jennie Wiles, Eldred, and a amlor In Carroliton High School, Is representing Green* county tn the National Children'* Dental Health poster contest, Feb. 6. The poster mad* by Wlln will bo sent to Olney, III., to compete In th* district contest and the winners from this contest will be judged in Springfield at a later date. The four winning posters from each district will be exhibited at Stevens Hotel, Chicago, during the mid-winter meeting of the Chicago Dental Society, in February. Owners of the posters will have their expenses paid to Chi cago to attend the meeting. The poster made by Wiles stresses three points in dental health, mineral and vitamins in the dally diet, brushing teeth daily, morning and night, and visiting the dentist at least twice each year. The slogans are cleverly Illustrated by drawing* made by Wiles. To Attend Jacksonville Parley CARROLLTON — The Rev. and Mrs. Laurel Grigg went to Jacksonville, Tuesday afternoon, to attend a conference on evangelism held by the Illinois Baptist State Convention for the churches of Quincy, Springfield, and the West Central Association. ' Th* conference was held in the First Baptist Church and the speakers were Dr. C. Arlln Heydon, newly appointed director of evangelism for the American Baptist Home Mission Society, Mis* Anna L. Jensen, a Baptist home missionary, and Dr. Fred MacArthur, pastor of the Central Baptist Church, Quincy. Honored on Birthday . CARROLLTON—Mrs. Ned Sharon will be honored at a birthday dinner to be given by members of the Birthday Club at thi home of Mrs. F. A. Llnder, Friday evening. Birthday Party CARROLLTON— Mis* Joan Gil- llngham wa* honor** at a birthday party given Saturday evening at :he home of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. John Gillingham. Guests were Miss Hazel Combs, Miss Velma Combs, Mis* Iris McBright, Miss Marilyn Helderman, Mis* Marl lyn Shaw, Bob Waltrlp, Whitay Berton, Dean Arnold and Loyal Baker. Mis* Gillingham was celebrating her sixteenth birthday. ' Carroliton Nates CARROLLTON — Miss Norma Ichmidt will spend the weekend In rerieyville as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sohroeder. Miss Dolores Dickinson, Miss Phyllis Martin, Ml**, Sarah Bath William*, Ml** Donna Vorhias, Miss Sadl* Johnl***, Mis* Betty Johnl***, and Miss Dorothy Yates accompanied by tha Rav. Laurel Grlgg, pastor of th* Baptist Church, went to Manchester, Monday evening to attend a BYF rally of the West Central Baptist Association, Mra. R, D. Stondebaok and Mrs. am*s Thompson entertained members of their bridge club Monday evening at the Stendeback home. Tommy Uttl*. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Little Is a patient IM| IHOI WI1H THI MAUTI'Ul NT ••€•!»•• yt>M Ilk* ncjvy for spring color that signifies spring is used by Naturalizer in this smart new shoe to givt you a style that serVes as a complementary footnote to UM ffit>iniiv* luhioni of this MMOB. For Sheriff in Jersey County ^Candidate* File petitions InMacoupin CARLINVILLE. J*n. 18-(Special.) — Two additional candidate* for nomination to county office* in tha April primary were filed In Maeoupln County, Tuesday. •. Karl Kersteln filed a petition for nomination on the Democratic ticket for county superintendent of school*. He will oppose Harold Stults, Democrat, who Mad- for that office Monday. C. Ward Harris filed Republican nominating papers for county treasurer with no opposition to date. Tuseday'i filing on precinct com- mltteemm In the county is as follows: Democratic — Cahokia 2, Dominic Brunetto; Cahokia 3, Thomas Wilson; Cahokia 5, John Garbolino; Vlrden 4, Harry Moore; Carlinville 3, John ft. Dunn; Hllyard, S. E. Drew; North Palmyra 2, Melvin C. Hoover; Shlpman 2, C. M. Crist; Che*terfl*ld a, Wilbur H. Dams. Republican — Cahokia 5, Howard M. Curtis; Dorchester 2, Mario Che* Chee" Meldl; Bunker Hill 3, A. L. Jacobt; Hllyard, Harold A. Morrison; Scottvllle, C. E. Nlgh- bert. Vavjltry Meeting CARLINVILLE. — A meeting open to all Macoupln County farmers 'interested In poultry management and poultry diseases, is scheduled for Thursday in the AAA hall, Carlinville. Sam Rldlen, extension specialist from the University of Illinois, will start th* meeting at 1:30 p. m. F«K Hunting Sunday CARLINVILLE. — CentervUle A.T.A. No. 397 will sponsor a fox hunt Sunday, Jan. 23. Hunters will meet at the Yoch School, two miles northeast of Glllesple. The proceeds will be donated to the March of Dimes. Mt. Vernon Cited In Job Survey WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. Iff) — The Bureau of Employment Security reported yesterday that Mt. Vecnon, 111., is one of 33 area* In the nation that had 12 percent or more of its employable manpower out of jobs in December. in the Children's Hospital, St Lout*. Ml** Maria Burruss returned to her home In Hinsdale, Tuesday, after spending several months here with her sister, the late Mrs. How-, ard Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie Landis and daughter, who ware called here by the illness and death of Mrs. Landis' mother, Mrs. Nelson, returned to their home in Chicago, Wednesday. The members of the Once-a- Month Bridge club will be entertained Thursday evening at the horn* of Mrs. W. Horn. The hostesses will be Mra Meda Dowdall, Mrs. R. H. Clanahan and Mrs, T. H. Linn. The member* of the Knight* of Columbus had a social meeting Monday evening in th* Knight* of Columbus hall. JERSEYVILLE, Jan, 18.-(Spe- dal.) — Thua far, eight candidate* have filed petition* for tha offlM trt sheriff of Jemy County, tub* ject to tha primary, April 11, Monday wa* tha flr*t day lot fll* tng petitions with County dark Graver Pearce. final data for fll* Ing I* Jan.-23. Up to three o'clock TuHday, those mint for sheriff on the Dam* ocratlc ticket were Jame* Long, Lloyd K. Weller, and Jame* B. Alvey. Republican candidate* whose petition* hava been filed far sheriff include E. W, M*y*r, Herman c. Xlrehnar, Albert D. Bradley, Claud S. Magulit, and Herman H. Mack- orby, Jr. The present Incumbent, William F. Hanlay, ha* filed a* a candidate for county judge' on -the Democratic tlcRet. * Petition* for senatorial commit* teaman from tha 30th district w*ra filed by James L. McLaren, Demo* crat, and Frank B. Pereboom, Republican, Precinct commttteemen candidates who have filed are William (Tommy) Trantham, Democrat for Rlchwood*;/ William A. Watta, Democrat, *econd Jeraey; John R. Sunderland, Democrat for third Jemy; and 'Harry D*lp, Republican, Rlchwood*. Bensen Family Hera tram California JERSEYVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. Claud Benson, Paaadena? Calif., formerly of J*ra*y County, are vis* Iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luthtr Glllham, Dow. Th* B*n- sons w*re neighbor* of th* Glllham family, when they redded her*. They plan on returning to this vicinity and will reside in Alton. Benson I* engaged In the real estate business. Returns from Florida, Trip JERSEYVILLE. — Mr*. Norman Brown resumed her duties Monday In the office of School Administrator W. Paul Sullivan and Supt Charles H. Daniel*. Sh* ha* Just returned from a two week** motqr trip through Florida with her father, G. D. Jones and Mrs. Jones, and another daughter, Mrs. Marcella Forman, all of Ashland, 111. Puffer to be Honored SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 18. WP> — Noble J. Puffer, state registration and education director, will receive the honorary degree of doctor of laws from Illinois Wesleyan University at Bioomington on Feb. 8, hi* office announced today. The presentation will be made during founders' day centennial convocation. NameChcsterfield Polio Chairman CHteTtrmKLD, Jan. ».- <lpedaU-Mr*, Theodof* Duokala ha* been namad chairman of tha March of Dim** project for thte community. Mr*. Ducket* baa namad aoUdt* or* for all part* of town and tha rural community. CMCTTaTmriELD. - Mr*. Ella Hewitt entered Barne* HeapItal, St. Leyl*, for medical traatmant CHESTERFIELD. — Joe Hall was movad Sunday from Norbury Sanitarium to her horn* her* In Chetterfleld. Mr*. Mary Challacomb*, mother of Mr*, C. A. Hounsby, I* critically III at Waatharford Nuratnt Horn*, CarllnvtlU. A larg* number of pupil* of Chaatarflald Grada School ara reported 111 with cold* and unable to attend school. The pinochle and canasta party, •ponaorad by tha Anti-Thief Association, will be hald Saturday, Jan, 2S, at tha Hafaman town hall. Tha public If Invited. Rites for Mw. Lutger, Carlinville, Thnrtda? CARUNVtLUC, Jan. !•,—(Bpe* clal.) — Funeral servic** for Mrs. Anna M. Lutger, 66, wife of Herman Lutger, will be conducted at 2:30 p. m., Thunday, at Wleet funeral home in this city. The Rev. Charles Bedgwtck, pastor of the First Methodist Church, and the Rev. R. C. Hohmann, pastor of St. .Paul's Evangelical Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mayfleld Memorial Cem etery. Mrs. Lutger died at 8:80 p. m., Monday, at tha family home In Carlinville, following a long illness. Sh* and har husband operat ed a wall paper nd baby'a cloth Ing shop In this city for many year*. • : Mr*. Lutger wa* born Sept. 30, 1883, near CarUnville, tha daughter of Andrew and Mary- Metzger Burger. She was married March 14, 1906. Sh* wa* a member of the Carlinville First Methodist Church and th* Royal Neighbor* Lodge. , Surviving -her are her husband; one daughter, Mr*., Nellie Bown, Greenfield; one son, Theodore F., Carlinville; four •grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Lena Eichen, Carlinville, and five brother*, Henry, Louis, William, Edward and Frank Burgar, all of Carlinville. Two brothers and one sister preceded her in death. EAST ST. LOUIS LADY LOST 50 IBS.-THAt1K$ KENNEL "I can r«cemm«nd lUnntl M th*. •ate and Ma* method of r«duclnr>. I usid to w«lgh 214 ibs. abd now I am down to 104 and (••! wonderful. I didn't ha>» to •s*roiM or starve mys»lf and I plan to eontlnu* with Renat.1 until I reach 1TI Ibs." *o writes Mrs. H. Bummer*, of lla Col- llnsvllle Ave. Imagine! Bat plenty an* lose welkht with this elmple yet effective home recipe. Buy a bottle of Kennel Concentrate from your dru*- glst and pour the contents Into a plat bottle then add" enough unsweetened «rapetrult juice to fill bottle. Take two tableapoonfula twle* a day. U'a that-eimple. No diets to complicate.your meat plan- nine • ao oBpeaslvo rrtamln. to fortify your system while going hungry - you caa oat normally. If the first bottle of sale Inexpensive Rennet doesn't ehew you the elmple, easy way to loee bulky fat Just re* turn the empty bottle to the manufacturer for year moaey baek. Oet Rennel today. The endoners of Renntl art busy with Iktir own tffairi. fltan io not contact them. W* will pay $100.00 if M cannot product tht gbovt ttttimoiuaL SP ECEL CATALOG ORDER DESK SPIE6ELS NEW 1950 SPRING CATALOG . . . 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Sign Haifa Centra** SHIPMAN.—Paul Myejra and Varnon Matlack of Shlpman, and John Small of Bunker Hill, war* at Jacksonville Saturday and signed a contract to appear on a radio rtatlon In that city. Their program will op*n Feb. 1 for half an hour aach week day and continue for 13 week*. They are known M UM "Bucktrooa" and haw two ethar matnbtta. Their sponsors are Armheim's Bread Co* Springfield. A, T. A. AwriHary la Meat SHIPMAN.—Tha regular meet* Inf of tha Atattllary af th* Ship. man»Piasa AntUThlaf Aaaoclation will be h*M thla evening at the Plata hall. < fJ^a^V "1 WWLV TJtp wwf^N|V^^fj A-Ah... Wonderful! &,' • 4' 3 • ajSwJ Pf vMiMs- tr s*>*-|i$|$f M*" ML THE HOT WATER YOU WANT miHIOUWMl Tha Elactric Water Haatar is Complataly Aotamotic m. CAaiflMi Install it and forget Itl Y*"' bava all tha hot watar •/*« want... for anower*, DBUU, wo~—• « —• - «ral cla.nini.. • 2* boura a day... automatically \ ire *oauNi Bleak, *tr*amlin«d da*i|i»! 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