Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 18, 1950 · Page 20
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January 18, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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»AOtt TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY M, 11* Brighton Initiates One BRIGHTON, Jan. 18. (Special)— Mrs. Ruth Ash xvas Initiated into membership of the Brighton chapter of the Order of Eastern Star «t Its meeting Tuesday evening In the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Lucille Montague, associate matron, and Mrs. Grace Polster, organist, who were absent from the public Installation, Dec. 16, were Installed. Mrs. Cecelia Allen, worthy matron, appointed the following committees for the coming year: Finance, Mrs. Mildied Wooff, Mrs, Elizabeth Scheffel, Mrs. Alpha Yancey; sunshine, Mrs. Mabel Lucker, Mrs. Grace Polster, Mrs. Henrietta Warner; eligibility, Mrs. Ruth Phlpps, Mrs. Juanlta Whit*, Mrs. Lucille Montague, and Carl Scheffel; examining, Oscar Hermes, Mrs. Esther Oberlnnder, and Mrs. Helen Anders; by-laws, Lylc D. Stone, Oscar Hermes, and Mrs. Lucille Montague. It was voted to donate $2 to the March of Dimes fund. Mrs. Elfreda Barr, Granite City, will conduct a school of Instruction In the afternoon and evening of Jan. 31. A potluck supper will be served between sessions. Refreshments were served by Lester Allen, Paul Warner, Albert Oertel, and Oscar Hermes. Quarterly Conference BRIGHTON—Dr. H. G. Hurley, Lebanon, will conduct the fourth quarterly conference at St. Paul's Methodist Church at 3 p. m., Sunday. CBS Claw Will Meet BRIGHTON—The CBS class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will meet at the home of Mrs. Ruth Kelsey at 2:30 p. m., Friday. Receive* Discharge from Navy BRIGHTON—Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Vancey arrived here Saturday night from Corpus Chrisll Tex., where Vancey, who has re- celved his discharge from service has been serving as a hospital apprentice In the naval hospital for the past year. Prior to going to Texas, he received his boot train- Ing at Great Lakes. Brighton Not** BRIGHTON—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chase and family, Mr. Richard Hupp and two children, St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Chase were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Knmp. Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Alton, were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Montague and daughter, Gayla, Alton, spent the weekend with Montague's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Montague. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Polster spent Monday afternoon in St. Louis. Mrs. Bernlce Loy, who Is employed at Champaign, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Jones. She has just returned from a trip through the eartern states. She stopped at Cleveland, Ohio, Pleasantvllle, Pa , and New York. Mr. and Mrs. William Yancey and daughter, Barbara, St. Louis and Mrs. Fred Carstens, Edgemont, were callers at the Charles Yancey home Sunday. North Alton To Organise Brotherhood Forrest Sawyer, Carbondale, will be the guest speaker at a meeting of church men at the North Alton Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m., Thursday. Sawyer is secretary ot the state brotherhood organization, and will be on hand to assist the local church form a brotherhood group. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. An air trip to Australia was offered the winner of a British Women's Junior Air Corps essay competition. IS GOP**, Six Demon File Petitions in Calhoun County CalhounMan Will Fly to SlatcClinic HARDIN, Jan. 18.—(Special- Arthur Schulze of Deer Plain was recently invited by the state or- ganl/atlon to head a group of fly- ng farmers from this section who will attend that organization's r ourth annual clinic at the University of Illinois, Feb. 10-lt. Mr. Schulze says: "It Is Impor- ,ant that every flying farmer attend this clinic, as the policies to be followed during the coming year will be decided at this meet- ng." One of the subjects to he dls- jussed will deal with the disposal of money that has been collected during the last several years under the law requiring the registration of pilots and airplanes. The clinic, which, will be conducted at the Union building of the university, will start at 10 a. m., Feb. 10, with a discussion of the Insurance program recently adopted by flying farmers. High spot of the meeting will be a banquet, the evening of Feb. 10, at which Ed Dowling, president of the Indianapolis Rotary Club, will speak. Dowling Is the businessman who recently got into Russia under the pretext of wanting to buy $2,000,000 worth of vodka wine. He is the only American business man to get behind the iron curtain in recent years. Hardin Legion Groups Meet HARDIN. Jan. 18.—(Special-American Legion and Auxiliary of Post 636. met at the Legion building Monday night for the January meeting. The Auxiliary's topic for discussion was legislation and national security, with Mrs. Fae Fulkerson, chairman, presenting a program. Mrs. Fulkerson and the members of the Auxiliary believe that the peace of the world, the success of the Atlantic Pact, and the future of the United Nations depend upon the strength of the United Stntes. The Auxiliary will hold conferences to study the problems of national security and it asks other women's organizations to join them In national security activities. The American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Illinois, is offering an annual scholarship to a girl high school graduate who wishes to continue her studies in this field. The Auxiliary has also adopted the legislative program of the Legion which deals chiefly with rehabilitation, national security and Americanism. Along this line Mrs. Mildred Butler presented a paper on Ecuador, the country of eternal spring, which is the country the Auxiliary is now studying. Mrs. Adallne Ingle, rehabilitation chairman, presented news from the hospitals and explained the sewing project which the Auxiliary will pro.mote to make Items for hospital uses. It was announced by President Mrs, Loreta Hanks that the county meeting of the organization will be held at Brussels Jan. 26. The mobile X-ray unit will be in Calhoun this year from March 13-17. The Auxiliary has again been asked to help with the clerical work. It was voted to sponsor the Americanism contest in local schools again this year as In the past, and Mlsa Carmen Simon, Americanism chairman, is making HARDIN, Jan. 18.~(Special.)— Thirteen Republican and six Democrats filed for county and precinct posts at the office of County Clerk Sweetman Monday, first day for filing nominating petitions. It Is expected that both parties will have a full ticket before the filing deadline, Jan. 23. Republicans filing and the offices which they seek are as follows: For sheriff, Walter Holzwarth and Orvllle Johnes; county clerk, Howard C. Sweetman; county judge, W, F. Suhling, Charles M. Hagen, and Lee Hanks; county uperintendent of schools, Cuba M. 'ureman; senatorial committeeman, Joseph Snider; Hardin pre- Inct commltteeman, Edgar Pethel and Purl Smith; committeeman for point precinct, Walter ,esseg; Carlln precinct. Henry Jecker; Crater precinct, Fred Hunter Injured NearWoodburn WOODBURN, Jan. 18. (Special) —Saturday, while hunting at the home of his parents west of Woodburn, Richard Orban received a severe eye Injury when the cap of a gun shell broke and flew back n his eye. Orban's buddy, John Parker, rushed him to the hospital and at 5 p. m. surgeons operated on Richard's eye to remove some metal. Richard, his wife and infant daughter live at Cottage Hills. Woodburn Notes WOODBURN — Steve Bull is suffering from the effects of a fall on the Ice, Jan. 8, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Ray. Paul Stagner, South Roxana, nnd Miss Goldle Crauch, Wood ilver, were dinner guests Sundry of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Raymond and son of West Woodburn. Mrs. H. D. Day, Rock Port, is •isiting her son, Kenneth Day, and her daughter, Mrs. Paul Lockyer. Mr. and Mrs. Davis and son jpent Saturday afternoon visiting Mrs. David Lawrence and family at Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marth and John Hallows were in Carllnvllle, Triday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Masdon and children of Cottage Hills visited at the home of John Ray, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck of near Ingersol, Mrs. Leonora Elliott and daughter, Lillian, were in Edwardsvllle, Saturday. Mrs. John Ray and son, Donald, visited Mrs. Ray's brother, Hubert Qff's ea*yf gift's inexpensive! when you convert with a Conversion Gas Burner lo gat it timple and trouble-free, with • MutJltr ClimairoJ. We can initall a fuel-thrifty MutiUr Qisoatrol Coovtrtioo Gu Burner in your coal fumat* or boiler without delay, and we make •h* job fail, dean, sod inexpensive. SM the popular Mueller Climatrol Conveiiios) Ca* Burner, uupeci our tamflut lint of Mueller QifMlfot f*»*ficM «|uipincai for warm sir, HUM, or hot wsitr heating. Hm vs thow you why ftnrniT Muelkc Climairol heat meant ecus ecoav «ajr, comfort, and conversion. It's practically as cheap to heat with gai 01 any other fuel! NO DOWN PAYMENT • i YIARi TO PAY W. Hm Mide Over 700 CM Installations 10DERN PLUNBIN U HFATINQ SUPPLY C inrwr Democrats who filed Monday: Tor sheriff, Carl Beaty; county udge, Robert Hardesty; county commissioner, Edward Schleeper; county superintendent , Edwin )ucey; Crater precinct commit- eeman, Leo Oberjohann; Hardin irecinct committeeman, Edwin 5ucey. Conduct Boker Rites at Brighton BRIGHTON, Jan. 18. (Special)— Funeral services for Mrs. Anna E. Boker were conducted by the Rev A. L. Schleler In the Evangelical and Reformed Church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Edgar Groppel, Mrs. William Rathgeber, Mrs. Dwight Ruyle, Mrs. Byron Ruyle, Mrs. Walter Scott, Mrs. Harry Lewis, and Mlas Imogene Ruyle carried flowers. Pallbearers were four grandsons, Dwight Ruyle, Byron Ruyle, Howard Boker, and Harry Lewis, and Walter Scott and Edgar Groppel. Relatives and friends from out of town who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruck, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierbaum, Mr. and Mrs. William Graul, Mr. and Mrs. August Bonafide, Mrs. Marie Balster, Miss Agnes Kierle, Miss Carrie Fahrlg, G. E. Boyer, H. C. Summers, Harold Berry, Gilmore Nleklrk, Theodore Franke, Daniel Needham, Mr. and Mrs. John Taule, Angelo Taulli, Mrs. Ross Stiles, Gregory Flynn, C. L. Klasner, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Gubser, Paul Lombardo, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Laux, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Strohbeck, Bethalto; Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbur Gulp, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strohbeck, and Mrs. Amy Strohbeck, Fosterburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Roark, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Loy, Mr. and Mrs. George Mohrman, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ryan, Mr. Hull, Hardin, a patient In a St. Louis hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Lockyer and Russell Day and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Day and son and Mrs. H. D. Day, Rock Port, were dinner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Murrill Day, Carrollton, Sunday. plans for the event. The meeting closed with a donation to the March of Dimes program. The women then joined Legion members for a social hour. and Mrs. Henry Ryan, Mr. Mrs. Mllford Ryan, Mr. and Mr*. Wesley v Pursejr, Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strohbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Boker, Wood River. to spend Wlntet te BRIGHTON—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stampe have arrived in Phoenix, Arli., where they will spend the remainder of the winter. En- route there they stoptted at Miami, fto., where they visited Stampe's father, Sylvester Stamp*, and at Sarasota, Fla., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Stubblefleld. Grander Class Party BRIGHTON—The Crusader class of St. Paul's Methodist Church will have a party Saturday evening at the home of Miss Betty Stubblefield. Members will meet «t Wesley Center at 7:30 p. m. If weather and road conditions do hot permit, the party will-be held In Wes ley Center. Announce Birth BRIGHTON — Relatives here have received the announcement of the birth of a daughter, Nancy Marie, .Tan. 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Chase, Springfield, Mass. Chase Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Chase and is employed at the Diamond Match Co., Springfield, Mass. 850 Persons Attend Brighton *Family Party' BRIGHTON. Jan. 18. (Special)— A crowd of 850 persons attended the International Harvester family party sponsored by Heyen Bros, in the high school gym Tuesday evening. A stage show and a movie en tertained the crowd and the preparation and cooking of frozen foods was demonstrated. Prizes were awarded to Alice Lahey, Shlpman; John R. Madden Plain view; Alice Wagonblast, Fi- delfty James Crowder, Bunker Hill; Kenneth SMidett, Medott; James Mains, Medora; Bdwtrd Urtprury, Bow**! Mrs. KdtWtfd Specfcerman, Bunker Hill; Robert Sanders, Medora; Hasle Scheurer, Alton*, Donald Sptckerman, Bunker Hill; Alfred Brown, Alvln Stamme, Mrs. Louis Schl'.ef, and Robert Towse, Brighton. SALE FINAL WEEK TO SHARE IN THESE VALUES RED CROSS SHOES! Home Bureau Unit Meets at Brighton BRIGHTON, Jan. 18, (Special)— Mrs. W, D. Bate* talked about 'Travel Etiquette" and Miss De borah Solllday, home adviser, Car- llnvtlle, presented the major lesson on "Planning for Long Time Housing" at the meeting of the Brlgh ton unit of the Home Bureau at the home of Mrs. Anna Nelson, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs; Nelson gave the health lessons on the topics; "Stop That Cough" and "Why Adopt a Child." The unit voted to contribute $5 to the March of Dimes fund. Mrs. Harold Wlnslade and Mrs. Russell Well joined the unit. Mrs. Nelson Pralrtetowv PRAIRIETOWN— Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Cottney and sons, Norman and Maurice, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cottney and daughter visited Mrs. Coatney*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoeht, Sunday. Mrs. Hulgar bubbelde Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mn. Leady In riorida. Joe Aullch and Mrs. Frieda Knoche were at Edwardsvllle and Glen Carbon, Saturday evening. Mrs. Frieda Knoche visited her daughter, Miss Mable Knoche, In Alton, Tuesday. A number of local persons viewed funeral services for Dr. Walter A. Maler, Lutheran leader, via television, Saturday afternoon In the local Lutheran church. tiMi* to «fe*t •fftO«FtRLD,7tA. » U» The Illinois river pollution commission will hold the first of • series of public meeting! tomorrow in Peorla. the commlssloll was created by the 1949 General Assembly to Investigate cause* at pollution In the Illinois river and recommend corrective legislation. One trackless trolley coach can carry as many pasengers a* M private automobiles. was assisted In serving refreshments to the 20 members and five visitors by her sister, Miss Ida Oertel. The next meeting will be Feb. IB at the home of Mrs. Harry J. Jones. Tha DIoiM Qttfatta haw always ha* the best ear*. Ever sine* they wem babies, they've ustd Itofteroto M promptly relieve coughs and local congestion of cold*. Be sun four kiddies enjoy Mustsiols's gnat bentfital Fit OP F0» FUST STIttTMG with PHILLIPS 66 Regularly $10.95. 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