Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 17
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January 20, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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MUDAY, JANUARY ft, 1IM ALTON IVKNINO TELEGRAPH Cage Fait* 4 A/ $70 to PoKo Fund at Wood River Game fttVEft, JAIL'to -March of DimM collections W»M botaed $70.1ft wh*rt Mfl* ttudems at tfest AltoA * Wood River Community High School distributed container* at the Wood Rlver-Hlllsboro basketball game, Tuesday night. The collection Is equivalent to what Is gathered In a container at an average store throughout the entire campaign. Arrangements for the solicitation at the game were made by K H. Smith, assistant principal. Containers will be distributed again when the Oilers meet Colllnsvllle, Feb. 11. Sixteen cans are to be circulated among spectators at this game and It Is expected the collection will be one of the larger ones of the campaign, Letters were mailed Thursday to all Wood River organizations by Louis Camp, chairman of the local campaign which Is sponsor* •d by the Lions Dub. The response ot various clubs has been good In past years. It has been stressed that Wood River residents should give generously this year as 20 percent of all money spent In the county for polio cases was spent In Wood River In 1949. A total of $11,573.79 was spent on eight cases and only $1320.08 was collected in the local campaign last year. • Although the March of Dimes campaign is to end Jan. 31, it Is expected there will be an extension of the deadline, according to 3. W. Kelly, chairman ot the Madison County chaptet of the National foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Treated at Hospital WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Charles D Franco, 510 Second street, received emergency treatment at Wood River Township Hospital at at 11:10 p.m. Wednesday for a finger laceration received when she struck a broken bottle. Frances Mennemeyer, Bethalto, was treated in the emergency room at the hospital at 10 a.m., Wednesday, for a finger Injury received at his work as an employe of the Illinois Power Co. Dinner Quests WOOD RIVER — Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Blair Harry and the Rev. and Mrs. E. E. DeLong were Sunday dinner v guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Lyon In Rosewood Heights. Dr. Harry, general Presbyter for Missouri, conducted morning worship services at the First Presbyterian Church. Joins Air Force WOOD RIVER - Thomas Rogers, a June 1949 graduate of the East Alton-Wood River Community High School, left for Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., Thursday, where he will become a member of the U. S. Air Force for four years. Thomas, a former employe of the Laclede Steel Co., Alton, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Rogers of 335 Lorena avenue. Able to Roturn to Work Thanks to Rontox Mr. L D. fchaofor, 3300 Plggott Av., last St. Louis ins Heolth •fid •tro)nfljtn Rogair "BtfoM tilunc B.MOX I wi» (n i nn bid MB down coaditioa. I kid kidatr tad bUd- Itr tnmblt for S mn. on tpMto wu M. rcpuWn'l ttj , I lott wi«ht, I hid dim «tlb ind bid bMdich*. Iwii DWTOM lad ached til BTM. Mj kidnert tad bliddtt bull •Mitiaiioiul* ciiuioi me to |ct up 7 or S time* uch niiht. I bid to itop working Rental I feel 6ne. M* kidneys Since tikint Ind blinder 111 cleitint u food, my heidicbet ind diulnew hire completely ion* ind I iletp well. I im goto* lick to work tomorrow. Thinki uiia for wonderful keatox Compound. T buhl? ret•amend in use to my lick putoa. up, my ippetite ii TM €•_•• Ail fi«t medicine coMiiai 16 liwrtdltati whkfc a* to •erk exiiably to NMW Iht clue* uC VwiX yRVOnt withia a tar koun. bttfl auftriq fcejrn IJQ. fgj rhythmic bowtf Mtiea withia a ta7 b«un. helpi to expel |U tad blot! aad mat* a bttlc/ appetite. Why not tn the (pleddid Bedkioe todiy. £o to your drug More tad uk for Reatos Compound itthe _ ctpt ao lubtlittttt. > price, te* T** *Brf»wt» tf Rr*>» are fau» •"* tirlr «•>» tftni. Htftt Htf'i to»Hti Him. f» will *-> $100.00 if em ttmti fttiut <l« tkttvt tfttrmtittitit. For Your Seeing Pleasure You can't enjoy the show — movie or television — if your eyes ore constantly straining to see clearly. IOY MEETS GIRLS and the whole idea is to boost the YMCA membership drive slated to start next Tuesday noon and extend through Feb 3. Center of attention is "Big Boss" Bobjadwin, flanked by (left to right) Martha Sharkey. Juamta Allbntton, Dorothy Korte, Sondra Voss and Bertha Jiingk. The drive is organized on the "roundup" western theme as in past years. The cowboy hats are worn to indicate that participants are at home on the range where the deer and the antelope play,— Staff photo. .. : Wood River AAVW Hears Profetsor Discuss 'Korea' A • — _ Calling WOOD RIVER, Jan. 20«, — The Orient needs to be freed of Communistic oppression, Dr. frank Eversull, professor of education at Washington University, told members and guests of the American Association of University Women, when he discussed Korea, Thurs-. day evening. , Labeling "a tremendous population" as the big problem of Korea, Dr. Eversull said that when there Is overpopulation, you will find war, famine, and pestilence, which make good ground for Commun- Dr. Eversull was one of 46 persons sent by the United States government to rehabilitate and establish colleges in Korea following the war. He was In Korea from 1946 to 47 and helped establish 13 colleges and three medical unlversl- the "way- men treat women" as the one tie that unites the world, he told of the women of Korea, who even though suppressed, are having a better chance through the Influence of Christianity. Other interesting features of the country Include marriages, which are decided and arranged by parents; religion on purely naturalism and ancestral worship; and only 400 practicing physicians for 20 million persons. • Dr. Eversull was introduced *by Miss Mary Margaret 'Quinn. He has studied at James Millikln University, the University of Chicago, Yale, McCormick Theological Seminary, Washington University, and Marietta College. He has done principal work in secondary schools and has been pastor of several churches and president of several colleges. He was president of the National Council of Christians and Jews In 1940. The group met at the homo of Mrs. Virden LaMarsh, 843 Lorena avenue. Discussed during the business session, which was staged by Miss Frances Hewitt, president, were a forthcoming anual check of the by-laws, and announcements of EVENING CLASSES SHURTLEFF COLLEGE WINTER TERM BEGINS JANUARY 30, 1950 MONDAY Prin.ofAcc't'g 201 E Business Law 303E Business Cycles 410E Ed. Guidance 423E Algebra lOlaE Personnel Manage. 420E . TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Bui. Eng. Comp. 101 E Prof. Speak. 205E Children's Lit. 308E Clothing Const. 203E Arts 6 Crofts 305E Religion— 4 Hrs. 10M02E Amer. History 211E Gen. Psychology 2011 Cost Accounting 411-412E Business Low 304E Economics 201-202E Office Management 404E Analytic Geom. 102E-4 Hrs. Spec. Teach. Methods , 312E Soph. Lit., 201E Short Story Foods & Nutrition 307E 314E El. Shorthand Voc. 103E 2 Marriage & Family Hyg. & Pub. Health Prin. of Acc't'g 202E Investments 408E Transportation 406E Money & Banking 409E Plane Trig. & Slide Rule 101B-104 Edu. Psychology 202E Eng. Comp. 304E Engr, Drawing 101E&102E Pottery 303E Philosophy ' 2011 Musk History 203 or 204E Child Psychology 203E 201E Engr. Drawing 101E&102r El. Art Educ. 301-302E Logic 202E Music Apprecio. 1031 Mental Hygiene 403E course description. NOTI: Refer to the riiular , _. held ie any of the uihjocts Into. ••_ m any other refittratioN of ton or more students. Auditing 402E Prin. Marketing 305E Corp. Finance 404E Credits & Codec. 310E Salesmanship 307E Hist. Amer. Ed. 203E Soph. Lit. 202E Religion 102E (Fri.) Bus. English 314E . Safety Ed. P.E. 352E Commercial Art 231-232E Pottery 304E Audio-Visual Ed. 30BE Amer. Govt. 201E Criminology 3WI Classes will be whore there is a REIItTRATrONi Wnk •! Joi, 11-11 OAVft-liM A. IU-4ill P, M, IVimilt-liM P, Mr-liM P, M. MINI I-MII adult education evening classes et East Alton-Wood River Community High School and the organization of a future teacher's club at the high school. Mrs. R. J. Greenshields reported that $40 was collected from the December rummage, sale. There will be another special meeting of the AAUW in February when two films, "The Feeling of Rejection" and "The Feeling of Hostility" will be shown. Mrs. H. A. Ball will report on a survey made concerning women's opinions of colleges. The regular February meeting will concern public health with Mrs. Florence Markus In charge. Introduced as guests were Mrs. Orville Burk, Mrs. Roger Holcomh, Mrs. H. C. Stover, Miss Florence Ferguson and Mrs. Virgil Ballister. Hostesses were Mrs. Virden LaMarsh, Mrs. Henry Fick, Miss Louise Harper, Mrs. George Hayes, Mrs. L. W. Griffith, and Mrs. Joseph Barr. Thirty-five persons were present. Loyal Women Elect WOOD RIVER — All the 1949 officers of the Loyal Woman's Class of the First Presbyterian Church were re-elected to office at a meeting of the class at the home of Mrs. John Linder, 853 Lewis avenue, Wednesday. They are Mrs. G. F. Hendrickson, president, Mrs, Eslinger, vice president, Mrs. E. He Payne, secretary, and Mrs. Ollle Lindquist, treasurer. Hostess for the meeting, which was attended by 18 persons, was Mrs. Linder's mother, Mrs. O. G. Tipton. Mrs. Walter Fox conducted devotions. Blnse Destroys Whiteside Home At Wood River Whiteside boys, age S, Id, and 12, and their sister, S, are being accepted by Mrs. Jack Robinson, 285 North Central, and Mrs. Clarence Hunt, 209 North Tenth, are asked to contact these person* If they can contribute to the fam* ily. WOOD RIVER, Jan. 20.—A fire at the Lawrence O. Whiteside residence, 229 Central avenue, resulted in destruction of almost everything In the Jour-room structure and possibly a total loss ot both the house and furnishings. Twelve firemen and volunteers responded to the call at 11:15 p. m., Thursday, and worked over an hour to extinguish the blazo, which Is believed to have begun from nn overheated circulating heater. Evi-1 f dently the fire had been smoulder- " tno for some time before It was- terguson avenue, in connection discovered by Mrs. Whiteside. i\vlth the national Legion project, 'Tide of Toys' I) mw €011* wires At Wood River Mrs. Whiteside had Just returned home with her four children, three of whom were asleep at time of the mishap, when the fire seemed to pop out all at once. None was injured. Whiteside was working at Western Cartridge Co. at the time of the fire. Extent of damage Is not known, but sections of the roof have collapsed and there is considerable damage to both the structure and furnishings. The Whiteside family spent the night at the home of Mrs. Maurlne Franklin, East Alton, sister o( Whiteside. Firemen and volunteers responding to the call were Fire Chief Wallace Bond, Dennis Weaver, "Roy Fredrlckson, Lloyd Dildine, Paul Burris, Ernest Balke, Rny Wageman; Mayor William Stono- ham, Carl Gerl, George Veach, George Harris and J. R. Pinkerton. Donations of cash, furniture, bedding and clothing for the three "Tide of Toys," (TOT) for European children. The local post already has collected approximately 100 toys. Most of the donations have come from stores, giving toys left over from Christinas. The campaign deadline has not been set as yet. The shipload of toys to Europe will be distributed through CARE to European countries, including Great Britain, France, Italy, Bei- gtum, Holland, Norway, Germany, Austria, Gtttet, and ftitiifti. Toy* tfiay b* left at UtfM hall of they will It picked tip If *tf * sons with donation* will MMtaet .Legion hall ot Commandw feob Swann. Word ha* been wcelved that th* shipping docks are {tiled with toys for the TOT project and shifts still are being filled, Collection* of 'I posts in this area will be chipped from St. Louis. Jan. 28, the Legion will sponsor an orchestra dance and old-fash* loned get-together at Legion Hall with proceeds received from t small admission charge going to thv> March of Dimes campaign. Art Hough and Commander Swann are planning the dance. All Legion* nalres, and friend* have been In* vlted. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER — H. A. Pogu* returned Jo his home at Anderson, Mo., today, after spending the past two months with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Lyon, 490 Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. George Olbert and daughter, Gayla, have returned from a week at Quincy, III., where they visited with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lockhead. 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