Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 20, 1950
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PAOfi TEN ALTON IVftNINO TELBORAPM FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, UN Society. Antrll-SUHtey Engagement Mr, and Mrs. B. H. Starkey of 12'4 East Elm street are announc- I Ing the engage- Went and ap- , preaching mar- ridge of their daughter, Miss Mary Starkey, to |Sidney Ansel), I son of Mr. and IMrs. Lester An (sell of Brighton Miss Starkey, i 'graduate of Al Ion High School MlMStarkr.v. Is employed b, the Portnoy Garment Company. Mr. Ansell attended Brighton High School and |s an employe of the Brighton Packing Company Mm. Carter ltoMi>»* Mrs. L. T. Carter of 335 North Wood River avenue, Wood Rlvei 1 was hostess to a luncheon Monday entertaining at Hotel Stratford L'lght tables were occupied, am spring flowers predominated In the party appointments. Bridge and canasta provided en tertalnment following luncheon. ^__ Wedding Made Known Announcement Is being made of the wedding of Joseph .T, Viola son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Viola of Wood Klver, and Miss Ruth Bently, daughter of Mr. and Mri V. Bently of Sorento, III. The marriage bccurred Tuesday evening, January 17, at 7 o'clock in the rectory of St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, with the Rev. E. J. Douglas officiating Philip Calcaro «*nd Miss Marie Johnson were the couple's attendants. The couple selected the thirtieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. Viola's parents 'on which to wed. Mr. Viola Is a construction worker and hli bride Is an employe of Woolworth's. Excnanitette Club Exchangette Club met Thursday night at Mineral Springs Ho tel, with Mrs. Lester E. Cherry, Mrs. George Hine and Mrs. Bert W. Hyde as hostesses. After dessert and a business session the women played cards, and Mrs. A. L. Llndblad, Mrs. D. M. Roberts, Mrs. Robert Geddes and Mrs. Cherry were awarded prizes. I Club With Mlm Rlngemaim Miss Amelia B. Ringemann o 1126 Logan street entertained members of a club at her home Thursday night, and dessert wa served at 7:30 o'clock. Playing of cards followed dessert, and Mrs D. E. Gorman and Mrs. W. H A lowcy new tlraw tailor with •woopfag $4.00 myrtle k. paul 104 E. BROADWAY MILLINERY - ACCESSORIES Grahnm, jr., were awarded prices Miss Esther Brown will be hostess to the club February 2, en tertaining at her home, 1217 Wes Ninth street. Engagement Announced ' Announcement ha» been mad of the approaching marriage o Mlts Laverna Allsman to Jame Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Baker of Cottage H<1U. The couple plan to wed 01 March 20. . , Miss Allsman, daughter of th late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alls man, resides with her brother-ln law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al (red Johnson in Cottage Hills. Mr. Baker Is employed at th Laclede Steel Co. and Miss Alls man Is employed In the packln department of Owens-Illinois Glas Company. Who's New at YWCA Who's New Club will have dessert-bridge party at the Youn Women's Christian Association Monday at 1:30 o'clock. The club Is open to newcomer to Alton, and women Interested in becoming members arc asked t< contact the Association or to at tend Monday's party. Mrs. E. R. Qulnn Hostess Mrs. E. R. Qulnn entertainei with luncheons, at her home, Flftl avenue and Edwardsvllle road Wood River, Wednesday an< Thursday. Miss Plopper The engagement and approach Ing marriage of Miss Jean Plopper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry Plopper, 605 Olmstead way to Leon Fischer has been announced. The couple will be married on Saturday, January 28 but plans for the wedding are incomplete. Mr. Fischer, an employe of Alton Boxboard Company, Is the son o! Mr. and Mrs. John Fischer, 638 Winkler street. Miss Plopper is employed by Portnoy Garment Company on East Broadway. Club With Mrs. Kelly Mrs. J. D. Kelly of 728 Spring street had as guests Thursday night members of a club. Pinochle was played, and refreshments were served at 11 o'clock. Mrs. E. Vogelsang, Mrs. A. J. Purcell, Mrs. C. Rlggs and Mrs. C. O. Blck- erdt received prizes. Next meeting will be held with Mrs. Orvllle Belser of 512 Vine street. To Honor George Rlgna Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Rlgas of 810 State street will entertain tonight In honor of their son, George F. Rlgas, who will be grad uated from Alton Senior High School. The party, to be at' ended by 40 guests, will follow commencement exercises. Mr. Rlgas plans to enter college n the fall. Party for I* S. Bethards Mrs. Leonard S. Bethards of 25 Eckhard avenue, Wood River, gave a party Tuesday night in honor of Mr. Bethards on the occasion of his birthday. The party was ilanned as a surprise, and the ;uesti were entertained in the ecreation room. Mrs. Bethards was assisted In serving refreshments by her sister, Miss Elizabeth ..uer. Guests in attendance were Mr, and 'Mrs. Joseph Barr, Mr. and .1rs. William Stoneham, Mr. and Mrs. George Strasser, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bethards, Mr. and Mrs. ,ep Bethards, Mr. and Mrs. Ohmer Bethards, Mr. and Mrs. Rlley Hefner, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hall, Harold Stephenson, Raymond Koch ,nd John Metzler, Rev. and Mrs. Graves Leave GODFREY—The Rev. and Mrs. ,. D. Graves and family of the Godfrey Congregational Church eft Thursday to drive to their next astorate In Oxford, Mich. The iodfrey Church's 11 o'clock ser- Ice Sunday will be conducted by Julius G. Appleton, St. Louis. SOMETHING NEW! SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Brown and Serve Sugar Cinnamon Rolls Brown and Serve Danish Rolls No Icing Required For ThoM Wtddine, Birthday and SfMciol Colui — SM Our Window Display — Or Coll Mr. Roy Wohrlt. JANE WEGENER BAKERY * CAFE MM mn n. AITON. iu. DIM, )-m» 1 OFFICERS AND NEW BOARD MEMBERS of the Alton-Wood River Red Cross chapter, as they appeared at Thursday night's annual meeting of the chapter at YWCA (back row. left), George M. Ryrie, j. F. Schlafly jr., C. F. Ordeman, T. B. Metcalfe, Charles Smith and (seated, left) Mrs. Ear! Linkc'gle. Mrs. George Roberts and Mrs. R. M. Smith.—Staff photo. ^ Births Mr. and Mrs. George Vroma of 217 St. Louis avenue, East Al ton, are announcing the birth o a daughter, weighing five pound and two ounces, at 11:43 a. m Thursday in Wood River Town ship Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haycraf of Route 1, Moro, are parents, o a daughter. The baby was born at 4:54 p. m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital, weigh Ing seven pounds and five ounces A son, their first child, wa born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wise of Alton, at 6:47 p. m. thurs day in Wood River Township Hos pital, weighing four pounds. Mrs Wiser is the former Miss Allc Graham, daughter of Mrs. Goldie Graham of South Cut street, Alton A daughter, weighing six pound and 15 ounces, was born to Mr and Mrs. Ray Volz of 431 Pros pect street, Wood River, at 4:39 a. m. today in Wood River Town ship Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cox o; 831 Wood River avenue, Wood River, have announced the birth of a son, Robert Eads. The baby weighing seven pounds and three ounces, was born at 8:05 p. m. Thursday In Alton Memorial Hospital. The name of Deborah Ann has been given a daughter, born Thursday at 8:37 a. m. in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs Bernard Willis of 307 Giddings avenue, Jerseyville. The baby their first child, weighs seven pounds and seven ounces. De jorah Ann is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Skinner and of William Willis and Mrs Myrtle Willis of Jerseyville. Mrs Mills was before her marriage Miss Irene Skinner. A daughter, weighing . nine pounds and five ounces, was born nt 7:15 n. m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs, <ohn Norris of Humbert road. Mr. and Mrs. William Dettmers of Bethalto are parents of a daughter, weighing eight pounds and seven ounces. The baby was born at 7:36 a. m. Thursday in it. Joseph's Hospital. Announcement has been made f the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gwillim of Shipman. 'he baby, weighing nine pounds and 15 ounces, was born at 9:16 m. Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Hore Committeemen File in Macoupin CARLINVILLE, Jan. 20. (Spe- lal>—Additional filings for pre- Inct committeemen in Macoupin County are as follows: Democratic — Cahokia 4, Cler talsoano; North Palmyra, Harold >lms. Republican — Stauntoh 3, Cliff Roddick; Carlinville 5, Lorrin Ar lett; Nllwood 1, Dixie Davis; Ban , Otto Sonneborn. J. F. Talk- ngton filed In Chesterfield 1, op losing Eric Corney, who had pre lously filed. County Clerk Denby R. Boring las announced that the closing ime for filing of candidates for ounty offices is 3 p. m. Monday, an. 23. Bunker Hill Polio Chairman Is Named BUNKER HILL, Jan. 20 (Spe- ial)—Mrs. Ralph Moxey has been elected chairman for the March of Dimes drive here. Semester Exaini BUNKER HILL—Semester exams vero held Thursday and Friday at lie high school. They also were iven in grade schools, during tho veek. High school student* were •quired to be at the school only urlng the time they had tests. Movto to Bo Shown BUNKER HILL—A sound movie, I AM THE BIBLE," will be given t the Methodist Church Sunday venlng. It will be shown by Carl f. Deck, Gillesple. The public is nvltcd. Death Often Vacation YIRKOL, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, »—The local version of « depart- len tof vital statistics does things ifferently. Reporting a death, the Illugo clerk wrote in the official register: "He has left us for an verltuling holiday In heaven." ENJOY ELM DAIRY Twelfth Street Church Circle Names Officers Rulh Circle met at the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church Thursday afternoon, elected officers and made plans for the year. Mrs. William Crofton was named chairman, Mr*. William Wohlert, co-chairman; Mrs. Harry Hell, secretary, and Mrs. George Sewell, treasurer. Committee chairmen are: Mrs. John R. Curdle, fellowship; Mrs, Walter E. Smith, program; Mrs, Grace Winter, world service, and Mrs. C. H. Francis, publicity. Mrs. Harry Wild, kitchen equip, ment; Mrs. Victor Unterbrink bazaar, and Mrs. Bavid Aiken nursery. Church Events Members of the Tri Mu class will have a covered dish dinner at the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church Monday evening at 6 o'clock. The hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schoef fel and the Rev. and Mrs. .Paul S. Krebs. New building committee of the First Baptist Church will meet this evening at 7 o'clock at. the church, Fifth and Market streets. Westminster Fellowship will have its weekly meeting In the junior room of the manse, Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, Sunday at 6:45 o'clock. Bible quiz will be held. Charles Robinson Rites At Carlinville Today CARLINVILLE, Jan. 20 (Special) — Private funeral services were conducted at 2 p. m., today, for Charles V. Robertson, 58, who took his own life Wednesday at his home on Orient street. The services were read by Attorney Gilson Brown, Alton, a close friend, at Ferketich funeral home. Interment was in the burial lot in Carlinville City cemetery. Mr. Robertson, one of the city's best known residents, died between 4 and 6 p. m: Wednesday. His wife, who is employed at Macoupin Hospital, was at work until 7 p. m. When she returned home, she called friends when she sensed something was wrong by the absence of her husband. A search was made and his lifeless body was found in a store room off .he kitchen. He had taken his own ife, using a shotgun. He was said lo have been despondent because of ill health, for some time. Mr. Robertson was the only son of the late Prof, and Mrs. Charles Roheitson, his father being a ao'teil botanist. His only sister, Mis. hill Slielton, Tampa, Fla., died 10 years ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Myrtle Karnes, whom he married 26 years ago, and two stephclldren, John E. Moore, Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Doris Sanke* a resident of Hollywood, 2alif.; also two cousins, Robert Biuton, Chicago, and Mrs. Cornelia Harris, Basin, Wyo. Mr. Robertson attended Western Military Academy, Alton, and was attending the University of Illinois when called to service in World War I. On his, return, he completed his studies at the U. of I,, majoring in landscaping. He spent most of his life in Carlinville with he exception of 10 years when ic conducted a landscaping business in Florida. For the last sev- Tal years he conducted a heating service in this city. Air Travel Aidi Cyprus Cyprus, to which the air age is bringing prosperity, may well be- •orne the aerial crossways of the Middle East, Nicosia reports. In ne recent month over 3,500 passengers passed through Nicosia Airport, traveling in more than 400 planes from Great Britain, ypt. Italy, France, Persia. Greece and Turkey, Personals Nancy Sessel will arrive by plane this evening from Kansas City to spend a 10-day mid- semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sessel. of Fairmount. Miss Sessel is a student at French Institute of Notre Dame de Sion in Kansas City, Mrs. J. J. Mooney of Godfrey road is a medical patient at St. Anthony's Infirmary. Mrs. Mooney entered the infirmary Wednesday. Mrs. Estle Sessions, accompanied by her daughter, Linda Lee, born January 13, returned to her home, 270 East Elm street, from St. Joseph's Hospital Thursday. Mr. and MKS. Sessions have two other children, girls. Harry Schweppe,, student -at Westminster. College, Fulton, Mo., is spending ''a five-day mid-semester vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson Schweppe, 200 Prospect street. Mrs. Ely the E. Durham Is confined to her home, 911 Main street, because of an ankle fracture suffered last Saturday. The injury was Incurred while 'Mrs. Durham was shopping in the East End and slipped while in a store. She underwent X-ray examination Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital and , following reduction of the fracture there a cast was applied. W. C. Korte of 1901 Beall avenue is back at' his position in the First National Bank after, a three weeks' illness. < Jerseyville Youth to Wed at Carlinville CARLINVILLE, Jan. 20 (Spe clal)— Miss Virginia Mae Alamsha and Donald Parsell Beatty, both students at Blackburn College, are to be married at 2:30 p. m., Saturday, at First Baptist-Presbyterian Church, federated. The Rev. Gayle S. Barnett will officiate and a reception will be held in the church parlors. Members of the bridal party are students at the 'college. ' Miss Alamsha, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Alexander Alamsha, Chicago, is a graduate of a' Chicago high school and attended two years of high school at Gary, Ind., her former home. She entered Blackburn College in the fall semester of 1948. The groom-to-be is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Christy Beatty, Jerseyville, and is a graduate of Jerseyville High School. He entered the navy in 1946 and served for almost two years, 18 months on Guam. The couple plans to continue studies at Blackburn this semester and tentatively plan to enroll at the University of Illinois next year. They will reside in an apartment at 409 College avenue. The "Ephemeris," a U. S. government publication, gives data on the sun, north star and other selected stars. Modesto Woman Gives 22th Pint of Blood CARLINVILLE, Jan. 20 (Special) — Mrs. Katherine Rhoadg, Modesto, gave her twelfth pint of blood during the Red Cross bloodmobile visit here last week. Mrs. Rhoads starte(J to give blood during the war and donated eight weeks apart, because her son-in-law of Chicago was killed overseas. The blood bank was started by the Macoupln County chapter of the American Red Cross, she has given blood at each visit of the bloodmobile unit. She stated to Victor R. Wiese, blood program chairman of the chapter, that she believes she will have the opportunity to give two more pints before she reaches the age limit, 60. YMCABovsCroup To Receive Aw Tonight will see the award of trophies and emblems to 30 members of the YMCA at parents' night ' These youngsters are the winners In the annual fall pro* gram contest sponsored by the Alton YMCA boys department. Points were secured by the mem* bers for attendance at gym-swimming Instructions special events and the attitude of the young sters toward the members of their groups. Parents of the Midget and Prep A boys program will pee an actual gym and swimming program operated by the YMCA. The midgets and Prep A class** will begin promptly at 7:% p. m. In the gym. Prep B's and Juniors, boys 11 through 14, will begin their program IN the pool where the various methods of instructions will be explained. Following the pool presentatlo nthe boys wfll appear In the gym. This program will begin at 7:30. The boys and their parents will meet the staff of the YMCA, and award winners will receive their recognition. The three outstanding winners In each age grouping will, receive trophies and medallions. The program will be directed by Lloyd Disney, boy's work secretary, and Byron Roodhousc, physical director. Assisting them will be Harold Heatherington, Carlton Scott, and Ed Luddeke. Boys in the Midget class who will receive awards are: Charles Polisch, Raleigh Allen, David Guc- clone, Gregory Stamper, Noel Sakes, .Mike McDelvey, Dennis Mllford, Jimmy Archer, Rand Hausman, Ronald Holmes, Dale Favre, Robert Smith, John Dunkin, Charles Overath, Sam Schmidt and David Apple. Prep A class members are: Mike Goodwin, Steve Childers, Mike Thiele, David Handler, James DeWitt, O. J. Miller II, Tom Hiatt, Bob Christerson, Jimmy Tuetken, Bill Thiele, Marion McAdams, Bill Brandt, Barry Malson, Russell Large, Spencer Mlddlecoff, Richard Wilken, John .Adney, Kim Coppage, Bernard Shaw, Roy Stillwell, Jerry Allred, Bob Elrod, Lanny Parkerson, Shane Fox, Jim Burgoyne, and Jay Willis. Prep B class members are: Donald Meracle, Walter May, Claude Wilderman, Jay Hiott, Terry Dillon, Roger Smith, Joe Goodwin, James Meisenheimer, David Rain, Ronnie Lynch, Donald Crabtree and Bill Wallis. Junior class members: Gary Smith, Gerald Conner, Andy Northcutt, Charles Steinheimer, and Bob Hewitt. Refreshments will be • served. Catholics Elect At Wood River Md-Century Revival Crusade AT THE s CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE TYDEMAN AND MAt>LE, KOXANA JANUARY 18th to 29th HEAR ' REV. AND MRS. C. ROSS EMRICK BAY CITY, MICHIGAN IVANCILISTS ANO MUSICIANS •mice* JflfMly a| liM. Sundays at lt:W MM! KM. Jou With Us to Help Save Ike Youth el Our D»y( T Mrs. L. H. Brown Heads Woman's Group WOOD RIVER, Jan. 20. — Local Catholic women have organized a circle of the National Daughters of Isabella. Last evening, they elected officers. Mrs. L. H. Brown was named first regent of the new group, to be known as the Bishop O'Connor Circle. The circle if named ^i honor of Bishop William O'Connor of the Springfield diocese. Mrs. Merville E. Doyle, regent, and Mrs. Fred P. Zimmermann, Mrs. J. J. Eckhard, Mrs. J. A. Eilenberger, Mrs, Boyd Sharkey, and Mrs. Melvin Gent of the Alton Circle attended an initial meeting Tuesday night and assisted the Wood River women in completing plans for organization and the election of officers. Officers will be installed and candidates initiated at a meeting Sunday, Feb. 12, at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Miss Catherine McGough, Lincoln, state regent of the Daughters of Isabella in Illinois, will conduct the initiatory and installation ceremonials. Mr*. L. A. Leaventvorth Godfrey Widow Wins $5000 In National Jingle Contest Mrs. L. A. Leavenworth, 10 Ramona place, Godfrey, Thursday was presented with a check for $5000 by F. C. dine, manager of the southwestern district, Westinghouse lamp division, St. Louis. She was first price winner In a national contest In which she com* posed the last tine of a jingle and identified a photo of "Miss Famous." With John C. Gilmore, Westinghouse metropolitan manager In St. Louis, Cline went to Mrs. Leavenworth's home early Thursday afternoon. "We knocked on the door," Cline said, "and when Mrs. Leavenworth came to the door, we identified ourselves as representatives of Westlnghouse. , ~* "You are the winner of $5000 in our contest," Cline«told her. Mrs. Leavenworth (who admitted later she had emerged from .the bathtub to answer the door) stared at the check for a moment, held it further from her eyes and re- t marked, "I can hardly read this'' without my glasses." The two men assured her the amount was $5000. •She WM . . . Non-Plussed' 'She was really non-plussed," Gilmore said lated. Mrs. Leavenworth later told the Telegraph, "I really entered that contest with the. resolve to win. Nobody knows what the word 'try' means until they try like I did to appraise the product (Westinghouse light bulbs) and to arive at the right conclusion." She said she would probably Iisve to pay a tax of about $1000 on the total sum and added that she intends to contribute a sul • stantial amount to the Godfrey Congregational. Church, of which she is a member. Two years ago from last' Tuesday, Mrs, Leavenworth received a brand new automobile she won in an "Aunt Jemima" contest. She is a widow. Her husband, with whom she moved to the Godfrey address in 1929, died in 1930. He was metallurgical engineer at Laclede Steel Co. After his death, Mrs. Leavenworth pursued her profession as an illustrator and portrait artist. She, said that, in recent years, she has not continued her art wo«;k because she is giving her eyes "a rest." Howeyer, her next art work is :o be, a mural of steamboating on the Mississippi. Was Deadline Entry Mrs. Leavenworth told Cline and Gilmore she had composed several last lines to be entered in the Westinghouse contest, but had discarded them. Finally, she related, TrtodlK Only IMMtf In** Iron $39.50 Small Down Payment. Easy Terms. SINGER SEWING CENTER 218 State St. she composed one last line that «ht thought was really good—and she mailed it just before the deadline for the contest to end. It was this entry that won. The entry blanks for the con* test, Cline said, were supplied through Edgar Rice, electrician with an office and shop on Third street hill. Mrs. Winter Heads VidaNuevaClub Vida Nueva Toastmlstress Club met at the Hotel Stratford for dinner at 6:30 'o'clock Thursday, and Mrs. Maurice Wlckenhauser presided. Mrs. Mildred Winter was elected president; Mrs. John Norris, vice- president; Mrs. Edward' Rhodes, secretary; Mrs. Roy Elliott, treasurer; Mrs. Wilton A. Hardy, club representative, and Mrs. Robert Wuthenow, alternate to club representative. Retiring officers are: Mrs. Wlck- enhauser, president; Mrs. John Thayer, vice-president; Mrs. James Murphy, secretary, and Mrs. Velma Conrad, treasurer. Mrs. William Roberts was welcomed as a member, and Mrs. Clem Noll and Mrs. John Waggoner were guests. Mrs. Chauncey Clayton gave the invocation, and Mrs. Loraint Stockton had the table topic: "Hypnotism." Mrs. Luella Nowlin was toast•mistress, and Mrs. Wilton A. Hardy and Mrs. John Thayer, speakers. Mrs. Hardy spoke on "When is Your Birthday?" and Mrs. Thayer's subject was "A Ldok Into the Crystal, Ball." Mrs. James Murphy, Mrs. Clyde Borman and Mrs. Mildred Winter were critics, and Mrs. Roy Elliott, grammarian. Mrs. John Norris was general evaluatqr. The boundaries of U. S. public lands are based on star observations. Mrs. MeOettigmt Improving Mrs Margaret McGettigan, who occupied an apartment at 1215 Liberty street before entering St. Anthony's Infirmary recently, remains at the infirmary, though she is improving. 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