Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 5
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January 20, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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RfclDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH East Alton PTA Names New Head Blainc Peeler Succeeds Dr. Hawkins EAST ALTON, Jan. 20. — The Parent - Teacher Association has accepted the resignation of Dr. Don P. Hawkins, PTA president. Df. Hawkins will Jeave East. Alton nrxt \Vedncsdny. Several testimonials were given by members of the PTA as to the value of the woi"k done by Dr. Hawkins. He was presented a gift from the PTA. Elaine Peeler, a member of the Junior High School faculty, was elected president for the remainder of the year. H. F. Greer, Greenfield, a member of the Baptist Church where Dr. Hawkins has been pastor since October, 1946, was present and spoke briefly, ; Dr. Frank Klainsek, second vice- president, from East Alton, of the Wood River Township Unit of Community Blood Donors, spoke before the group, urging persons to participate when the unit comes to East Alton. Mrs. Vurle McGee volunteered to represent the PTA at future meet- Ings of the unit. In the room count: of parents* present, the award was made to the fifth grade room of Mrs. Evelyn Oliver. , Robert Lahey, program chairman, presented Mrs. Gilbert Whitten and T. B. Richardson, who sang "Whispering Hope," accompanied by Mrs. Robert Gipson. Superintendent Gabbert discussed "Grading." A quiz program was conducted by Otto F. Brazier, with John Byrnes, Mrs. Melba Bunt, and Miss Dolores Cuddy, representing the faculty, and Joe Lettier, Mrs. Harold Chamberlain, and Mrs. Vernon J. Brazier, on the parents' team. Charles T. Gabbert served as judge and the prize went tq the parents. Hostesses included Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs. Joe Glassey, Mrs. Lowell Taylor, and Mrs. Fred Maneke. Chorus Rehearsal EAST ALTON,,— The East Alton Woman's Club chorus will have A practice session, Sunday, from 2 to 4 p. m., at the Community Building. Mrs. William Buckler, director, urges all members to be present. FIRST ICE IN LAKE — Floating ice is just now beginning to come down stream ana pack against the dam. Great fields of plates of ice an inch thick or less are moving slowly in the running water and grind and crunch when the field stops. floating cakes— Staff photo. Sunlight sparkles on the open water to the left of the East Alton Auxiliary Completes Party Plans EAST ALTON, Jan. 20. — Final plans were made for the partj which the American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor Thursday for 96 veterans in Spruce Cottage at the Alton State Hospital. , The party will include a com plete dinner served by the Auxil iary, part of which will be cookee at the Legion Home. Mrs. Fret Linkogle, rehabilitation chairman will be in charge of the preparations. Members will lea*^the Legion Home at 12:30 p. m., Thursday Mrs. Elsworth Hunt gave a report 'on the county meeting which she attended last week at Roxana. The Auxiliary voted to send candy for Valentine's Day to the Madison Cqunty Tuberculosis ' Sanitarium Edwardsville. Mrs. John Goble, president, announced the next county meeting would be here Feb. 15. She appointed Mrs. Elsworth Hunt as chairman of the refreshment committee for that meeting. The Auxiliary will send cookies to the men at Scott Field the second week in May. - Following adjournment of the business meeting, games were enjoyed with prizes awarded to Mrs. Goble, Mrs. J. L. Cottrell, Mrs. John Hanks, and Mrs. Fred Linkogle. Mrs. J. V. Dawson and Mrs. R. H. McManus were hostesses for the evening. i Seek Junior High Bids at East Alton EAST ALTON, Jan. 20. — At a special meeting Monday, the board of School 'District 101 accepted final working plans of the architectural firm, McCoy and Wilson, Mt. Vernon, and will advertise for bids Jan. 25-27, for the new junior high school building. All contractors will have their proposals in by March 1. Guest* at Hawkins' Home EAST ALTON. — Mr. and Mrs. H, F. Greer and Mrs. Frank Burnett, Greenfield, were guests Thursday evening at the -home of Dr. and Mrs. Don P. Hawkins, 220 Lincoln. East Alton Club Lists Committees BEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS LIKE STALACTITES.,IN A CAVE—Water splashing from a tiny spring in thfe bluffs formed this clump of icicles upon a rock. Thers are many of these formations on the bluffs now, showing presence of little springs or outlets for surface water.—Staff photo. Legion Council Meets at Roxana •"ROXANA, Jan. 20.—The Madison<-Bond County American Legion council meeting was held Wednesday evening in the Community Building, sponsored by Post 870. Auxiliary members were hostesses and served refreshments to the 136 guests from Alton, Bethalto, East Alton, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Greenville, Highland, Venice, Madison, Wood River, and Maryville. Joe Ladd's orchestra furnished music for waltzes and suare dancing. Members of the Auxiliary who served were Mrs. Lucille Mitchell, chairman; Mrs. Gladys Acklin, Mrs. Blanche Almon, Mrs. Audrey Harris, Mrs. Flossie Nevius, Mrs. Clinton Pierson, Mrs. Margaret Hardesty, Mrs, Mary Schneider, Mrs. Lorinda" Freezeland, Mrs. Juanita Lovell, Mrs. Ethel McGill, nnd Mrs. Clara Campo. Auxiliary President Mrs. Brenna Balster and Past President Mrs. Leona Greathouse were unable to attend because of illness. Don Mothers Meeting; president, Gail Reichert, vice president, and Bob Kleinert, secretary. The club will meet at 7:30 p. m. Sunday, and open forum will be conducted. Committee Meeting: ROXANA—A committeemen and den mothers of Cub Pack 7 met Tuesday evening at Edison School and made plans for the pack meeting to be held at 7 p. m. Monday. Plans were also made for the blue and gold banquet to be staged Feb. 6 in the, form ot a potluck supper at the Community Building for all cubs and their families and" leaders and their families, Mrs. Fred Moore was also accepted as a den mother at thhe meeting. Presbyterian News ROXANA — "The Influence of Christian Leaders" will be the topic of the sermon to be delivered Sunday at 9:30 a. m. at the First Presbyterian Church by the pas- for, the Rev. E. E. DeLong. The seniorOchoir wjll sing "Stand Up for Jesus", with Mrs. Jack Vasey as accompanist. Boy Scout Paper Drive ROXANA—Boy Scouts of Troop 25 will sponsor their monthly wastepaper drive at 9 a. m. Sat- EAST ALTON, Jan. 20. — Mrs. Lowell Taylor, president of the Mother's Club of the schools, set up committees for the coming style show at a covered dish„ dinner meeting of the club, Thursday, at the Community Building. Date of the style show has tentatively been set for March 22. The over-all committee includes Mrs. Varnon J. Brazier, Mrs. James Earl, Mrs. Frank Keasler, and Mrs. Larry Hale. The committee on advertising and ticket sales is composed of Mrs. Arnold Dennis, Mrs. lEldon Stone, Mrs. Ralph Guess, and Mrs. Wilmer Prlmas, Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs. Reuben Crystal, and. Mrs. Walter May were appointed to the attendance prize committee, with Mrs. Dave Grieve, Mrs. Guy Helm, and Mrs. Lucille Cooper named as a committee to be in charge of homemade candy. The club voted to sponsor a sale of clean used clothing, Feb. 11. Mrs. Aldo Rea, Mrs. Vurle McGee, Mrs. Harvey Heigert, and Mrs. H. E. Mathis were appointed by Mrs. Taylor to be in charge of the project. Mrs. George Clayton, Mrs. Norman Hibbard, Mrs. Frank Fosha, and Mrs. Eldon Stone were hostesses for the Thursday meeting. Wood River Dr. D. M. Lyon, Rosewood Heights, spent last week at Ann Arbor, Mich., where he was a post graduate student at the University of Michigan. For "having caused the death of a tree" by pouring on its roots water containing harmful chemicals, Elilio Almagro was fined, at Barcelona, Spain. and Mrs. John Harris. Promoted to Sergeant SOUTH ROXANA — Raymond Hessl, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Hessl, Washington boulevard, now stationed at Honshu, Japan, with the air force security service, was recently promoted from corporal to sergeant. Sgt. Hessl expects to return home In about three months, at which time he will be separated from service. Methodist Men to Meet at Bait Alton EAST ALTON, Jsn. 20.-MtthO' dlst men will meet Sunday at'8 p. m. In the social room of the church for their regular monthly meeting The Rev. Raymond White, pastor of the Mt. Gideon General Bap- tut Church, will be guest speaker. Paul Holmes Is the president ol the group. All the men of the church are Invited to attend the meeting, Refreshments will be served. Returns from Hespltal EAST ALTON. - David Turn- neaugh, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. T«ft.Wa«e\ M^^^^^' .* — §j|ttg. |fe^^A|~ ^g^^« WTJWn'W IBB BfJBBl ••Mi Wood River *MMk*tfNN|ltfti, Wednesday, bivid KMfee* It UM hospital suffering frail § strep infection for tht PttjMm. ft* condition la Much nnfiiWMi aa* cording to relatives. South Africa recently snipped its first canned crawfish to the United States end Ctftrfa and sees a prospect of developing] a fWO,onf>t.jrear industry. Spinach kept on let tally for two days gained tt per* cent In weight CLOSEUP OF ICE FORMATIONS—Backlighted by a watery sun these ice crystals glisten like fancy jewels. Some of them are sharp pointed while other are softly rounded. Tiny droplets of water splashing from rocks made this particular group of icicles.—Staff photo. Lytton's Saturday, 9:39 Co 9 Women's LINGERIE at Great Reductions! Shortic Tommle L> lien's Saturday, 9:39 to 9 Gigantically Redncedt 300 Pairs Women's FLAT HEEL SHOES AT A FRACTION OF THEIR ORIGINAL PRICE discontinued styles. Pajamas • • seersucker, pedal pusher styles. Robes • • • chenilles and cottons. Bras selection of styles. Girdles 2 2 4 '1 $9 $ $ Litest styles transferred from our Chicago Store . . . Many narrow widths I Sizes 4 to 10. Main floor. Lrytt j *^» __*> ons lytton's r> *J;.^» ^~^ *~^l Lytton's Saturday, 9:39 to 9 MlD'ClNTURYSALf/ Lytton's Saturday, 9:39 to 9 Dram Salt with •~rt* ii ivaif isici B 1TECCI lll|i i * ««*»>*• |'fc»|JVi uiivc; *»u \j d« Ill> 0a L ROXANA—The den mothers ofl urdav - A local business form will ub Pack 44 met today at Brush Grove School to complete plan 'or the pack meeting, next Mon day evening. Westminster Fellowship Organizes ROXANA — A youth fellowship vas recently organized at th First Presbpterian Church, which •vill be known as "The Westminster Fellowship of Sunday Evening Club." Officers elected were Jim Vasey BUTTER KMIST 4NO ONtr MflTHMKKrMMO K MUVIMO FffSH TWIC£ 4 IT'S VOUII BEST BUY BECAUSE IT'S FRESH AS CAN BE furnish the truck for the pick-up and residents are urged to place their paper near the curb for easier handling. Roxana Rotarians See Color Slides ROXANA, Jan. 20 —At the Roxana Rotary Club meeting Wednesday evening at the First Presbyterian Church, Merle House, program chairman, assisted by Latham Harris, showed color slides of a recent trip to Minnesota, which included Loren Harvick, Denver, Harbke, Harris, and House. Visitors were Loren Harvick, Don McNeely, Miss Donna Frey, Miss Patty McKaughn, Miss Alice McKenzie, Miss Irma Geist, Miss Ruth Gail Reichert, and Miss Jeanne Stewart. The girls were honored In appreciation for the service they gave in the, name of Rotary at the football pot-luck given last Friday. The closing feature of the program was a pantomime of the Andrew Sisters by Keith Parker, Ray Salsman, and Charles Radmacher. South Roxana Group Sews SOUTH ROXANA, Jan. 20 — Hembers of a sewing club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Irs. Howard Gebeleln on Missouri avenue. Luncheon was served by the icstets. Members attending were Mrs. Walter Ogg and daughter, Alice, of Reller avenue, North Roxana, Mrs. Charles Norville and children, and Mrs. Elder Larson MlD-CEHTURYSALE! Fur Trimmed Coats Slashed In Price HOW ONLY Mnskrats Persians Montons 48 rre« • Wool Broadcloths • New Styles • Smart Colors • JW fifes', Juniors', Women'* Stees Ilia-trimmed Coats Entire Stock Reduced . . . *28 *38 '48 • Coverts • Broadcloths • Suede Cloth* • All Wools • BeaHtlf •! Styles and Colors • m if ••§ ', Juniors', Women'* Sites Lttonfe At lastf A skirt that retains its •hap*, dua to infanleut patantad lining, A Hyde Park laahion of ailky wool ahaaa gabardine, with M exqwUitely Uilorad jackf*. HUM, navjr, cldor, whost. •baa 9 to 17. / f jrc/Ufto/jr «* Lyttonfe , UwB^^^r 'P* ^O"^^P^P*J ^» lP***^*PPwJP t

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