Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
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ALTON BVKNtNO TBLEORAPM f HtmSDAY, JANUARY II, INI Shipman Party ' Attended by K 8MWMAN, Sun. 19. (Special— Mf* Delbert Lister and Mrs. Wll bur Kahl were hostesses at a par ty Monday evening at the Lute home. Forty persons were pres ent Prite* In games were given t Mr*. E. J. Kahl, Mn. W. G Frank, Mr*. Roy Archer, Ml*s Fre da-Eddlngtoh, Mrs. Rose T. Smith Mr*. H. O. Still, Mrs. Robert Kah Mr*. Kenneth Kulenkamp, Mrf Marchall Halllday, Mrs. R. Lynch, Mrs. Edna Travers, Mrs Oral Ragle, and Mrs. Arthu Schuetz. Refreshments were served b th« hostesses. • Attend Birthday Supper ' gHIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Georg Krhuse attended a birthday suppe Tuesday evening at the home o MK and Mrs. Hugo Drainer, Field on, honoring the anniversary o tho hostess. Others present were Mr. an Mrs. John Hagen, Mr. and Mrs Lopis Hagen, and Henry Ha Fleldon, and Mrs. Edward Vahle Jerseyvllle. Mr*. Drainer Is a sister of Mrs Krause, Mr*. Vahle, and the Ha geh men. ' '49 Matron Luncheon fcHIPMAN—Mrs. PBullne Mey «r«, '49 matron of Shipman chapter Onler of Eastern Star, attendee tht '49 Matron and Line officer luncheon at the Carllnvllle Mason leo' hall, Wednesday. pthers were present, from tlu chapters at. Farmersvllle, Ray mond, Lltchfleld, Carllnvllle, Plain view, and Bunker Hill. )Entertain at Dinner Monday SHIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Dugan had as dinner guest Mdnday evening, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Dugan, Carllnvllle, and Mr anfl Mrs. Harold Dugan and sons of JPlalnvlew. r Shlpman Note* 9HIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glllesple, Bethalto, spent the weekend with Mrs. Glllespie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wll- Mr. and Mrs. William Duncan, Piasa, were supper guests Sunday of [Duncan's sister, Mrs. Thornton Leatherby and Mr. Leatherby at M^adowbrook. Mr. and Mrs. H, R, French were at ".Alton, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Duncan and chudren, Bunker Hill, were supper gutsts Sunday of Duncan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duncan. Jfir. and Mrs. Truman Pockllng- ton, Mrs. A. G. Schoenemnn and Mrji. Kenneth Breitwlser were Alton visitors, Monday. KTrc. James Cameron and son returned Monday to their home at ^Carllnvllle. Mrs. Cameron has bedn convalescing from a recent appendectomy at Macoupin Hospital; Carllnville, at the home other parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Travers. Sweden hope* to tell prefabrl caljed house* and Ironing boards Injthe United State*. HISTORIC HUNTER'S TAVERN BUILDING, Broadway and Central, recently bought by Rei I ley Bros., Inc. This building, more than a century old, was once a center of activity in Alton. — Staff photo, 4 Democrats, 3 Republicans File Greene Sheriff Petitions CARROLLTON, .Inn. 10.-(Special.)—The race for thr office of Greene County sheriff Is n crowd ed one as seven cnndidntps have already filed for nominations. Final date for filing Is Jan. 2.1. Three of the seven, Rupert Vallentine, Ward Burton and Bill I>ee, all Democrats, filed Jan. 16. Others who have filed since are William Robinson, Hnrvey McAdams, and Lynn Smith, all Republicans, and John Baldwin, Democrat- No other candidates have filed for any of the other officers which are subject to the April primary. Flint President's Parley Meets CARROLLTON.—The Past Pres- dnnt's Parley of the American Region Auxiliary was entertained at a banquet Monday evening at barter's Drive Inn, with Carroll- on members of the organization as hostesses. Mrs. Perry White of kVhlte Hall, retiring president, pre- idcd at the business meeting, dur- ng which Mrs. Kdna Duty of Roodhouse, was elected president, 'he president will appoint, other fflcers. The business meeting vns followed by a recreational rograrn. Thirty-two members of he organization attended from Greenfield, White Hall, Roodhouse, erseyville and Carrollton. Honored at Birthday Dinner CARROLLTON.—Mr. and Mrs. ?arl Vorhies entertained at diner Sunday honoring their daugh- er, Miss Donna Vorhies, who was elebratlng her uests were Mr. 12th birthday, and Mrs. John Grizzle and Miss Kathleen Varble of this city. Cnrrnllton Notes . CARROLLTON.—Mrs. Maude Mason of Greenfield, who has been making her home this winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Baltz, entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday for treatment. Members of the rug club of the Carrollton Day Home Bureau unit were entertained Tuesday afternoon at. the home of Mrs. H. M. Combrlnk. ^ Mrs. Howard Parks of Greenfield was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. Emma Pierce. Farewell Party For Foster Youth FOSTERBURG, Jan. 19.—A farewell party was given for Donald Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Renus Baker, sr., of the Fosterburg road, Sunday evening, at, the close of church services In the basement of the First Baptist, Church. Donald was presented a serviceman's Testament. Donald enlistee? in the navy and left Monday afternoon for San Diego, Calif., where he will receive boot 'training. He will be in San Diego for approximately 12 weeks. Because a female mosquito's wing-hum, If above or below normal pitch, is Ignored by the males, South African scientists hope to control malaria by plaing havoc with the Insects' love life. Kaneites Attend Demo Banquet KANE, Jan. 19. — (Special.) — Among persons who attended the Democratic banquet at Carrollton, Wednesday night, were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bjown, Mr. and Mr*. C. C. Erwln, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Roady, Mr. and Mrs. George Woods, the Misses May and Nettle Fenity, Mr. and Mrs. Garcel Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Hunter. 8000 Meld In Hearts KANE. — A party was given recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bates. Pinochle was played and Harry Prough held 3000 meld In hearts, a double deck being used. Attends Potluck Dinner KANE. — Mrs. Leo Ozbun, Mrs. Ivan Shackelford, "Mrs. Ira Reno, Mrs. Walter Ghlor, Mrs. Harry Prough, Mrs. William Bates, Mrs. Leslie Tucker, and Mrs. Guy Mitchell attended a surprise potluck dinner Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Charles Tompkins, east, of Kane. Attends Funeral Rites < KANE. — Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutchens attended funeral rites for Curt Cochran at the Greenfield Baptist Church, Wednesday afternoon. Attend Sale at Greene Farm KANE. — Quite a number from here attended the sale of property of the Greene County Farm, east of Carrollton. The Philathea class of the Methodist Church of Kane served lunch. Boy 1 smokers under 15 In'South Australian reformatories are to get a tobacco Issue. REFUSES TO LOOK AT WIFE—Louis Arrighi, 42, refuses to look at the body of wife, Angelina, 42, found in.grave on chicken farm near Asbury, N. J. Detectives Thomas Dwyer, (left) and Patrick Sullivan, North Bergen, N. J., police, said Arrighi admitted killing her in North Bergen home Oct. 21.—AP Wirephoto. Monroe Blames Schuman For 'Unbalanced Ticket 9 A letter addressed to all members of the Democratic county central committee by James O. Monroe, announced candidate for the Democratic nomination for state senator, Indicates there Is considerable dismay over the grouping of aspirants for public office in a few densely-populated sections of the county. Mr. Monroe, Collinsville newspaper publisher and former state senator, warns of what he terms a serious situation which he says was made apparent in the filing of nominating petitions for the April primary. Monroe points out that the way the case stands, as of the date of the writing of his letter, Jan. 18, out of the nine Democratic candidates who will probably be nominated at the primary, the top heavy number of six will come from the Alton-Wood River area, which he views as not being assuredly Democratic. Two will come from the Tri-City area and one from Col- insville. Mr. Monroe views such a result as dangerously unbalanced and he calls on the Democratic central committeemen to attempt n the next five days remaining to bring about candidate withdrawals and substitutions of new names on the primary ballot so as to achieve a better geographical distribution 'of candidates about the county. Mr. Monroe blames the situation a* having arisen from failure of the Granite City chairman, Fred Schuman, taking action to prevent It, In the territory where he lives, is deemed Influential and Is the nominal leader of his party a* local chairman. The letter of Mr. Monroe brings Into the open a smoldering* fac tlohal difference of opinion over distribution of the loaves and fishes in the Democratic camp. Schuman is blamed/because he claimed' for himself the good appointment awarded by Gov. Stevenson to Madison County, that of judge of the court of claims at $4000 a year. Monroe accuse* Fred Schuman as being chiefly concerned about and unsuccessful In getting a Collinsville opponent for Monroe whom, Monroe asserts, Schuman desires to defeat. Glasgow, Scotland, recently welcomed six London, models, with $18,000 worth of suits, dresses and furs and $600,000 worth of jewelry, who flew there ' for a fashion show. Because Holland already has more farmers than she needs, 100 Dutch ex-servicemen- demobilized in the Netherlands East Indies, are going to work on New Zealand farms. Team* from the United States, Canada, England, South Africa and Denmark are expected to enter an international badminton tournament for women, how being arranged. •tint ao await yoo don't aood to add «ugar. Juat pew oft the nOk id watefe tho wtwle family go for thl* "honey" efaaaweanal! So quick, so easy. Perfect for 't meal snacks. Good for kids too— wholesome wheat tor nourishment, the special honey and sugar roaring for flavor, phi* quick energy/ It'* fun to eat right out of the bag. And you'll keen • on nibbling and nibbling. Put Poet'* Sugar Crisp on your grocery U*t now I ^ ff THIS IS APPLE WEEK AT BROADWAY Bushel Basket HUNDREDS ON SALE FOR YOU V«ry 8«td Otfkirs and Eattn URGE SIZE TANGERINES These are Sweet and Juicy. Not Dry. California Icdbtrg «•• ••••^K^^^^H_^^ K __ —^ _ Fifth MUSHROOMS . .Ft, Iti Mfernui CARROTS 2 25 ( Hutt A9 15 2 15< IwukM A0 ... 19- GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS WINTER KEEPING POTATOES 100 Lb. IfoH -49 - Frykt, Good, Larg« Jumb« PASCAL CELERY £ Largt ftet * Ixtra Wet CUCUMBERS , 15* 10* SWEET PEPPERS FM*JI • TOMATOES... us 25 WAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MKT

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