Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 18, 1950 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH : ' , II lataMlatMd )aMftatf II, ItH English Engineer Addresses Lions Club at Wood River ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1950 If MtltNT ftf Tha Aaaodatad ftaaa, ti F« Catf, WOOD RIVER, Jan. 18—Al* though rationing Is severe and then !• high taxation, the British are trying to close the dollar gap, Tony Booth, chemical engineer Irom England studying the American method of refining tt Shell Oil Co., told members of the Lions Club at their regular weekly dinner meeting, Tuesday noon, at Skaggs. Booth said the present problem In England is, "How can we get dollars?" He attributed rationing In the country to not having the dollar capacity to meet requlr.- ments since 50 to 60 percent of Britain's foodstuffs must be Imported. After naming weekly allotments of foods under the rationing system, Booth said, "Yet the general health is good." The average child Is heavier, taller . nd healthier than were the children In 1938. He also told how British morale Is good, explaining that the British are at their best when they are in trouble. Pointing his talk to "Britain Today," Booth gave a resume of what has happened to the country in the last 100 years, beginning with Britain in 1850 when the country was in good position with a strong business organization of guilds and the strongest navy i the world. He named the first World War as a loss of the country In a million persons who were killed or maimed and the loss of the cream of British scientists. Pointing out the importance of modern machinery he said that In 1933, at the outbreak of the war, American coal miners could cut three times the amount of coal as the British because of machinery. After six years of the second World War, Britain was financially at a low ebb and had lost her foreign investments to finance the war. Two new members introduced to the club are Gordon Keirle and William Roberts, Another new member is Dr. W. V. Roberson. Dr. C. B. Ragland,was introduced by Don Ott as a transfer member from Dallas, Tex. Guests were Tom Clancey, George Nauyok, Don Reed, Gene Rogers, and Gene Ahlemeyer. Wood River Methodist Guild Elects Officers WOOD RIVER, Jan. 18—Mrs. Olive Scarborough Is president of the recently organised Wesleyan Service Guild, a branch organization of the Woman's Society of World Service of the Methodist Church. Membership Is open to oil young married or employed worn- Dr. E. H. Parker OsfcopotAic Physician Special Attention Given To SACRO-ILIAC STRAIN (Low Back Pain) MONDAY AND THURSDAY Hours: 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. OFFICE PRACTICE ONLY Phon* 2-7443 MB E. EIGHTH ST. ALTON, ILL. meet at the Legion Home, Sixth and Ferguson avenue, at 12:30 . m., Thursday to sew cancer rads. Clean, white clothes are iceded for this project. All dona- ions may be delivered to the hall r to Mrs. Ethel Miller, 466 White- aw avenue, rehabilitation chairman. en of the church. Other officers of the organization, which met at the home of Miss Joan Sklies, 465 Whitelaw avenue, Monday evening, are Mrs. Luewlda Tant, vice-president, Mr.. Ruth Llppman, co-ordlnator, Mrs. Bernlce Ragsdale, recording secretary, Mrs. Willie Terry, promotion secretary, and Miss Joan Skiles, treasurer. The program committee appointed by the president includes, Mrs. Thelma Randolph, spiritual life; Mrs. Ruth Lippman, missionary education and service; and Mrs. Jean Locket, Christian social relations In local church activities. Monday's program included topic discussions presented by Mrs. Scarborough entitled "Talents," "Factions," and "Friendships." A reading concerning missionary work was given by Mrs. Ruth Lippman. Chater members attending this meeting other than the committeemen and officers were Mrs. Virginia Cherry, Mrs. Elva Jane Baumgarth, Mrs. Lucille Prather, and Mrs. Mary Lou Sosman. The next meeting of the group, which meets the third Monday of each month, will be at the home of Mrs. Luewida Tant, 199 Whitelaw avenue, East Alton. Lutheran Family Night WOOD RIVER—All members of the congregation are invited to attend the "family night" covered dish supper at the St. Paul Lutheran Church at 5:30 p. m., Friday. Kindergarten Party WOOD RIVER—Ronald Booth, son of Mrs. Andrew Milcic, 41 West Action, was honored with a party at the Lincoln School kindergarten, Monday, in celebration of his sixth birthday. Mrs. Melcic served refreshments and presented each pupil with candy baskets as favors. To Entertain Past Presidents WOOD RIVER—Mrs. E. H, Payne, 127 Ninth street, will entertain members of the Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary at her home Thursday evening. To Sew Cancer Pads WOOD RIVER—Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Hurry Ashlock, 876 Acton avenue, enter- atned at 12 o'clock dinner Monday icnoring her mother, Mrs. John srlnghausen, who was celebrating her »88th birthday. Mrs. Isrlng- hausen, who has resided at the Ashlock home the past year, formerly lived at Fieldon. She is the mother of seven sons and seven laughters, eight, of whom are ivlng. Daughters attending her birthday celebration Included Mrs. •"rank Groppel and Mrs. Walter Stahl, Grafton, Mrs. Charles iroppel and Mrs. Fred Kanal- akan, Fieldon, and Mrs. O. D. Morris, Wood River. Bean Supper WOOD RIVER—James Wright and the Rev. Murray Haworth are n charge of arrangements* for the bean supper for members of the Men's Brotherhood of the First ivangelical United Brethren Church at the church at 6 p. m., Peoria Man Can Drive Again Arthritis Yields to Rentex Mr. A. Frews*, 712 N. Pe>rry Av»., Now Fr*« of Pain For 1st Tint* In 6 Yoars Tor well over 6 yean I have suffered Irom arthritis to badly I was often unable to work for several weeks at a time. I own an automobile «hop and was forced to take on extra help because I couldn't work. The pains in the back o( say neck were so severe at times that I couldn't turn my head and was afraid to drive my car, my he; . I ha ive tried many well known medicines and have spent a lot of money trying to get relief but nothing gave me any relief. After everything else had failed my wife bought a bottle of Rentox for me to try and before finishing the first bottle the pains were almost completely gone and now my neck isn't stiff even in the mornings. I am now able to drive and do my work again. My wife is also taking Rentox and is regaining her appetite and pep. I now feel fine •nd Mrs. Freese and 1 both think Rentox it by far the best medicine there is. Rentox has been worth a mil- lion to me aad 1 would raenmMnd tt to anyone." COMTAM This great medido* containing 85 splendid ingredient* goes to work quickly to relieve the torturing pains of rheumatism and arthritis. Rentox too* the bowels into a more rhythmic action. Gss, bloat, heartburn, tour stomach, and acid indigestion are quickly . relieved. Kidney and gall ire quic bladder trouble are relieved so that tost sleep from nights aod rundown i is no longer necessary, m feeling is over- icetting up Dizziness come quickly. Lost appetite and pep return. Rented may be jnrt what you have been needing to put you on the road to better health. Go to your drag- gut today and get a bottle of Rentox. Be sure you get what yon ask for. don t be "twitched 1 ' to another product. Celebrates Birthday Thursday. The regular, monthly business meeting will be conducted by the president, James Wright, following the meal. Earl Strain will be In charge of devotions and the Rev. Haworth will present «'te topic for discussion. Hum Hubble Class at Church WOOD RIVER—Persons attending the regular monthly business meeting of the Kum Dubble class at the First Baptist Church at 7:15 p. m., Thursday, are requested to bring weiners and buns for Individual refreshments. Committee In charge of the meeting Includes Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robinson and Mrs. Barney Jacobs. To Resume Tumor Clinic WOOD RIVER — The Wood River Township Hospital tumor clinic will resume operation, Thursday. Sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club with the gratis assistance of the Wood River Township Medical Society and the hospital, the clinic Is open from 10 a. m. until 12 noon. Appointments may be made by calling the hospital. Members of the club assisting with clinic this week included Mrs. Norma Reese, receptionist, Mrs. Wanda Seymour, doctor's assistant, and Mrs. Delmond Bangert, transportation. Woods Cause $5000 Damage To Streets in Wood River Wood River City Hall, Like Deacon's Shay, 'Falling Apart' Scouts Elect At Wood River Mrs. Brown President of Neighborhood Board WOOD RIVER, Jan. 18—Mrs. Ray Brown was elected president and Mrs. Dean Smith secretary- treasurer of the Wood River Girl Scout neighborhood board at a meeting of the group at the Girl Scout office, Sixth street, Monday afternoon. Other committee members elected include Mrs. Ralph Wilbur and Mrs. Dean Smith, organization; Mrs. Holland Spitze and Mrs. Anthony Salvatore, program; Mrs. O. G. Tipton and Mrs. Herbert Ball, training; Mrs. Russell Patterson,and Mrs. Robert Greenshield, camp, and Mrs. Dean Smith, publicity. Several hew names were submitted for board membership and the persons were unanimously elected for a two year term. They are Mrs. Rolland Spitze, Mrs. Anthony Salvatore and Mrs. Ralph Wilbur. Mrs. O. G. Tipson, who has completed a two-year term, was re-elected. Mrs. Glenn O. De Atley, area director, announced that the Alton-Wood River area has been selected as one of the spots for a program evaluation study. Mrs. Robert Paris, community adviser in region seven, will be in the area, Feb. 20 to 24. Plans were completed for an appreciation dinner to be at Lincoln School at 6 p. m., Jan. 23, to honor all Girl Scout leaders in Wood River. It wil be a potluck dinner meeting with leaders of scouts, ' scout's parents and families, board members and troop committee members invited. All are asked to bring a covered dish and table services. Coffee will be served. A talent show with all troops participating will be held in connection with the dinner and the winner will go to the Roxana final talent program on Feb. 17 at the Roxana Community Center building. Judges for the Wood River ' contest will be Jerry Trattler. Dick Ferry and Miss Vera Jones. There also will be an installation of officers and investiture ceremony at the meeting. SENSATIONAL Nationally Advertised SPORTS! Regularly to $6.95 By DICK FERRY Wood River Bureau Chief WOOD RIVER, Jan. 18—Com' parable to that "one-hoss shay" of that "Deacon," equipment at Wood River City Hall has been falling apart "all at once." Alderman W. E. Hasten, chairman of buildings and grounds, has reported a series of recent mishaps plaguing his chairmanship —Including a "burned-out" furnace, "broken" door, "blown" fuses, "bashed" furniture and leak in the roof. It all began when the old hand- fired furance, which had been onverted to a stocker-fired boiler heat the building, burned out ast Dec. 29. So—past repair, a portable gas oom heater was used until the Council approved the purchase of a gas-fired, steam boiler. which was installed Jan. 7. The new boiler with air valves was purchased at a cost of $1440. Then—the check on the door at he east entrance lipllt the door asing. A steel brace was applied o secure it, Jan. 6. Now—fuses in the building are >lowing out at a rapid rate •Cast en said as yet the source o: rouble has not been determined but it may be from overloadec ines because of added electrica equipment. Also—recent rains'have added tc ;he dilemma, with water seepini through a hole in the roof abov the treasurer's office. Before in stallatlon of the new furnace, th water froze, creating hazardou spots in the office. Then too—chairs and table used by Council members have been "cracking up" in a disgusting dis-arm-a-ment fashion. These are jeing removed a few at a time for new glue and other repairs. So again—to be a member o the city's buildings and ground committee is to be an activi councilman. Aldermen Jesse Fon and Gordon Mallory are othe members of the committee. Pythian Sisters to Rehearse WOOD RIVER—The officers, installation staff and all member participating in the public installs tion of officers of the Esthe Temple of Pythian Sisters, . T an 24, wil rehearse at the IOOF hall Friday and Sunday at 2 p. m. VetPiesWithoutKnowing He Had Become Fathe PEKIN, Jan. 18 — <fl>> —A 34 year-old veteran of World War I died in the hospital at Dwight last night without knowing he had be come the father of girl. Just two hours before Mauric Leonard died in the veterans hos pltal the baby was born to h wife, Jeanette, in Pekin Publi hospital. Leonard, who had been In th hospital since Dec. 16 suffered stroke last night and never re gained consciousness. The couple had two other chile ren. Canadian and American scientists have cooperated on studies of arctic mosquitoes in the Hudson's Bay area. Ohio leads all steel-producing states of the Union in capacity for both electric furnace steel and Bessemer steel. Save up to $2.95 in thii event! ChooM SMOOTH LEATHERS in • wide varitty of typot and colon! All aro thii Mason's ifcooi from rof• ular stock. CREPE SOLES, LEATHER SOLES, all WOOD RIVER, Jan. 18—More mn $5000 damage was done to Vood River streets by recent oods, according to Frank tarkey, superintendent of street nd alley maintenance. The damage was not done at ny particular street but "wil ver" Starkey said. After streets ere flooded Jan. 3, they froze, ampering repair. There Is still ome patch work being done. The department also pumped ut 22 basements, which were oodert, and numerous cesspools. tarkey said some basements veragrd more than 80,000 gallons t water. Several trucks were ulled oft road work for two days Mle workers used pumps. The umps were kept going for a •eek. Presently the department Is pening drains and ditches In the ast and west ends of the city, 'uesday, the drain was opened rom Hawthorne to Esther so that vater could be drained from 'enth and Twelfth streets to 'ourtcenth street. After the last nln, the department assisted 're- idcnts in damming Central avenue north of Edwardsvllle road to keep basements of that area from flooding. Starkey's report for December was presented to Council members late because of work caused by the flood. A total of 532 loads were hauled by the department, being Sport Shirts 95.45 Value* to 110.95 less than usual because the trucks were put on flood detail. A breakdown of the hauling for December' reveals 57 loads of brush, 224 loads of rubbish, 191 loads of paper, 34 loads o! cant and 26 loads of garbage were hauled. Garbage sales amounted to $93. All city equipment used 1198.5 gallons of gas, amounting to $222.03. The electric shock of a torp«do fish can disable a man temporarl Barleffs Want A4e "CLICK- QUICK Rwwf HomvOwned s 40 yean ago a Buffalo druggist created an ointment to relieve itch* ing smarting piles. It brought such quick, cooling, soothing, astringent reli«( that lit fame spread acrose the land making Peterson's Ointment a favorite In thousands of homes. Ask your druggist today for 40c box or 70c applicator tube. Peterson's Ointment delights of money back. <Adv.) Tl«* Values to 9*M ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Leisure Coats fl ow i n Progress 84.95 [Ing and a tor. A , - r _ .-_-_-.—,•!• Ortan toll- tale *I*M tt Pia-Worm*... ugly paraiilM that audieal experU uy Intent •*• out «/ MKry thru per•OBI MaMlacd. (ntlra (amllin auy be victim, and not know it. To get rid Of Pin-Worms, these MM* Mitt not only fc« killed, but Ktad la the bravVnU.Un. where they live and multiply. That', ex. aetfy wtut Jara^ar-W tablet, do ,.. and here*, how they do it: *'!>•(-• wientlAo costing e.r* rial Ik* takUta Into the bowel, be. for* thefHuolve. T*m - Jam's axdk»l]y.app»»ve4 in. •ow right to mork-kiUt qukkly and awily. with tkls — ->te ke J}*i rt »'*!r teuTKy 'fWMM BTD. 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