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SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PA01 ftVK 4 Bf lie-Bonn of * Plague Strikes Wood River Women Shoppers By DICK HCRRY Wood River Rnrcitu Chief WOOD RIVER, ,Tan. 21—A current aale of women's hats in one of the clothing stores In Wood. River IB providing something m*n have' known for years — you can can lead » woman to a hat counter, but you can't make her think. From tjie display window, prominent from the street, could be •een Friday and today, local women trying to manipulate, mangle and mash a counter of bargain hats on their heads. As If someone suddenly }••*'. tolled a bit of heaven before them, women crowed the counter and monopolized the mirror—trying to be pensive about something inexpensive;— possibly with a red feather or a derby effect set In net. And while the women were having the time of llietr lives being push-overs for plumes, the halt were , having quite a time with their plumes being pushed- over. Hats were shuffled, snubbed, or socked on heads. First off the would-be shopper would take a quick leer at the head gear, re-jumble the hat on her head, force a belated elated look or jerk a smirk—then, yank or untangle the felt tops from her tresses. ' Possible the greatest compensation to the male onlooker Is that here Is the American women at her <best—trying to kill two birds with one "rock" (ostrich or pheasant, if you please) by getting a hat and a bargarin! Men who accompany women c.i such bargain sprees, soon find an innocent hat counter their Waterloo. Camouflaged with rich colors and striking plumage, the counter suddenly turns and bites the hand that's feeding H—or, rather, the head that's fitting it. The only trouble with half- priced hats, is that if they don't fit—and usually they don't—they have created already that urge In the female species to see if •he can't find one that does fit.. This leads her and the old man to the counter where hats are at regular prlces-~and do fit. Then to satisfy her conscience and sap her purse, she will argue mentally that a ?3 hat is only $1 more than a $2 hat and a $4 hat is only ?t more than the threes—ad infinitum—until she reaches the realms of the §20 note —and her husband is either reach- Ing for the door or his billfold. Perhaps it was the spring-like weather, but absolutely it: was a "blue-bonnet" plague—and sure, en'ough, a lot of fun for a lot of women—and a panic to the onlooker. Rev. Dittmore to Speak WOOD RIVER. — The Rev. Eldon Dittmore, professor at Shurtleff College, will be guest speaker and the Girls' Glee Club of the East Alton-Wood River Community High School, under the direction of Miss Vera Jones, will entertain at the "American Citizenship" meeting of the Wood River Woman's Club at the Wood River School, Tuesday evening. Program committee for the meeting Includes Mrs. Roger Hoi- comb, Mrs. C. L. Traband, and Mrs. H. E. Paton. Hostesses are Mrs. A. W. Lessner, Mrs. H. J. Mueller, Mrs. F. V. Mutz, Mrs. R. S. Lane, Mrs. L. A. Yohman, Mrs. Zoda Lumley, Mrs. T. J. Layman, Mrs. A. C. Lauck, Mrs. William Jones, Miss Pauline Ross, and Miss Harriett Stevenson. Plan Father-Son Banquet WOOD RIVER. — The ticket and program committees were named by the Men's Brotherhood of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church at a meeting Thursday night, in preparing for a Father and Son banquet to be staged at 6:15, Wednesday night, at the church. Ticket committee members are Otto Belver, William Acker, Earl Strain and James Wright. Program committee >' members are Lester Miller, William Acker and Raymond Carr. Firemen Respond WOOD RIVER. — Firemen responded to a weed fire in the 1100 block of Lorena avenue, at 3:30 p. ~m., Friday. Answering the call were Fire Chief Wallace Boud, George Hill, Roy Fredrickson, George Grove and Dennis Weaver. Cratec of vegetables are completely busied in, crushed ice in refrigerator cars. COMING TO ALTON, ILL. WED., JANUARY 25TH Dr. H. J. Saunders, M. D. — SPECIALIST — at the • SAVOY HOTEL 11 m.m. In 4 p.m. One Day Only WILL GIVE FREK EXAMINATION Learn the facts about, your case; take advantage of this free offer now because incurable complications frequently result from neglect and delay. Hundreds of persons from all parts of the State have benefited from Dr. Saunders' treatment for diseases of the stomach, heart, kidneys, bladder, liver, catarrh, asthma, weak lune, rheumatism, debility, leg ulcers and other chronic ailments of men, women and children. Dr. Saunders treats without •urgical operations enlarged prostate, hemorrhoids, gall stones, goitre, tonsils, female disturbances and appendicitis. If you suffer from any of the above named or similar conditions and would like to know what might be done for you without •urgical operation, It will cost you nothing to find out. On this trip Dr. Saunders will give you his pro- feislonal services free of charge. He will give you a thorough examination, charging for medicines only In caiw accepted for treatment. Address: 221 Fullerton Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. <Adv.) Legion Group* Sponsor Movie At Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 21—Beginning this Sunday and running four days, a double-feature movie at the Mid-Town Theater in Wood River will be jointly sponsored by American Legion Posts of Wood River and Hartford. To be shown are "GauriaU-anal Diary" and "Purple Heart," both concerning the last World War. Members of the local Legion Post 204 are circulating 1000 tickets, which sell for the regular show prices. Advance ticket sales began here Jan. 9. Proceeds on a percentage basis will go to both posts. The Hartford post also has a goal of 1000 tickets. According to Les Cotton, chairman of the Wood River sales, the movies have been best sellers and are In line with the American Legion set-up. Pythian Sinter* to InMnll WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Mabel Rau will be installed most excellent chief of the Esther Temple of Pythian Sisters at public installation ceremonies at the IOOF hall at 8 p. m., Tuesday. Installing officer is Mrs. Norma Penning, assisted by Mrs. Mary Triplett and Mrs. Mae Bangert, acting grand senior and manager. Fourteen mi.'mbers of Esther Temple attended installation ceremonies of the Granite City group at the Elk's Hall, Thursday evening. Purchase Jameraon Residence • WOOD RIVER—Dr. Stanley W. Pisarek has purchased the Corbin Jamerson residence 543 Ferguson avenue, and expects to occupy it by Feb. 15. His offices, which are now .at 60 A. East Ferguson avenue, will be located in the upper story of the house and the family will occupy the first floor. Mr. and Mrs. Jamerson and children plan to leave within the next two weeks for Hanford, Wash., to reside. Junior Club Potluck WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Leonard Bet.hards, and Mrs. William Bonner will be the hostesses for the potluck supper of the Junior Woman's Club at the Wood River School at 6:30 p. m., Monday. A business meeting will follow the meal. Mother Dies WOOD RIVER—L. H. Brown, Rosewood Heights, received word Thursday of -the death 6f his mother in Mississippi, following an extended illness. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and children and Mrs. Brown's mother left by automobile Friday morning to attend t' e funeral. Three Treated At Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 21. — Two children and one adult received emergency treatment, at Wood River Township Hospital, Friday. All were released following care. Carol Jean Sickman, two-year- old daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sickman, Rt. 1, East Alton, was treated at 6 p. m. for a lacerated hand sustained when she fell, striking a baseboard. At 8 p. m., Gerald Binning, 14, son of Mrs. Verna Binning, Maple Park, Cottage Hills, was treated for a sprained left ankle incurred while playing at the Culp School grounds. Mrs. Helen Fee/.el, 707 Ferguson avenue, had a cast applied to her right ankle at 9:30 a. m. for an injury received some time ago. Officers of Wood River Catholic Group Listed WOOD RIVER, Jan. 21—Elected to offices in the newly-formed Catholic woman's organization, Daughters of Isabella, at the second meeting of the group, Thursday evening, at Knights of Columbus hall, were the following persons: Mrs. L. H. Brown regent; Mrs. Florence Delaney, vice regent; Mrs. Hildegarde Haynes, recording secretary; Mrs. Mary Nicoloff, financial secretary, and Mrs. Kffie Schmeidermeyer, treasurer. Trustees are Mrs. Helen Volz, three years; Mrs. Beatrice Kasten, two years, and Mrs. Elizabeth Klenstra, one year. Mrs. Ethel McAnany is custodian; Mrs. Mary Gray, monitor; Mrs. Catherine Kasten, inner guard; Miss Catherine Maloney, outer guard; Mrs. Betty Lohman». chancellor; Mrs. Bertha Byron, scribe; Mrs. Mary Killebrew, organist; Mrs. Mayne Militello, first guide; Mrs. Irene Verdun, second guide, and Mrs. Veronica Schmuch, banner bearer. Mainly social, the club will do some charity work. Sponsorship of study clubs, corporate communions, retreats and days of recollection will be activities of the group. Mrs. Martin Haynes is the other founder of O'Connor circle. There is to be one business and one social meeting each month, tentatively scheduled for the first and third Thursdays at 7:30 p. m. at KG hall. The Wood River group will be known as the O'Connor circle. Already 137 Catholic women have signed to become charter members. Initiation ceremonies will be staged with Alton circle in charge, Feb. 12, at Wood River KG hall. * WillintT Four Quartet Willing Four quartet will appear at St. Paul's Baptist Church, 1101 Gold street, Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. E VERS PAINTING AND DECORATING Wood River Evangelical V. B* Church to Honor Pastor Credit Union Voles Dividend At Wood River \VOOD RIVKFt, ,Tnn. 2.1.—A throe prrr-pnt dividend wns and one-half voted by the membership nnd nn- ncnincemenl. made nf room! net ion taken by the bonrd of directors to provide loan protection insurance for members nnd borrowers at. the fifteenth annual meeting of the Shell Wood River Crrriit Union, Friday night, a! thp Ko\a:;a Community Building. Tlip loan protection pro!pels t!\o member's family in raw of death <ir permanent disability of tile ho: rower and is nn :;'i led sr>:'vice lo :;v'nibers. '!"-e!cv!o!l lo My.' board of directors were G. C. Farmer. 11. K. Mcl':trli.;., r. A. HiTiidon. and W. V>. CnyiiP. Holnovpr members are .;. H. Ferguson \V. C? Redd, C. H. ; • . r l. I . ilrahnm, and R. T. Brown. ). T. Pntison wns re-elected In tin- crcdil com mil I co and G. C. Farmer v. as circled a new member. Holdovr: 1 members are C. S. l'lankonslii|-, M. ('. Keilbneh, and \\'. .1. .Jiickyon. C. I'., 1 light ower and Karl SI rain wci'c rc-cloclcd lo the WOOD RIVER, Jan. 21—A guest speaker at t.Ke morning and evening services, basket dinner at noon find open-house at the parsonage in the afternoon havfe been planned by the congregation of Iho Evangelical United Brethren Church, 501 North Wood River avenue, to honor (he first anniver- HONOR GRADUATES OF third.—Staff photo. ALTON HIGH SCHOOL. Cold alpha v/.niwrs are in first iov,, •in second and Greene Ho?ne Bureau Meet Set Tuesday "• CARROLLTON, Jan. 21. (Special)—Miss Jeanne Paris of the home economics division of a national grocery firm, will be guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Greene County Home Bureau, Tuesday, in the Carrollton Methodist Church. The meeting will open at 10:30 a. m. at which time a business session will be held with'reports of the officers for the year beins given. Members of the executive board will he elected for the com-, ing year. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon followed by a program in the afternoon which will feature Miss Paris. Miss Paris has degrees in home economics from North Dakota State College and the University of Nebraska. Injured in Fall From Horse CARROLLTON— Elmer -Keif, a farmer residing north of Carrollton, suffered a fracture of his collar bone Friday morning, when he fell from a horse on his farm. The accident occurred when the sndrile girth broke. The injured man was brought to Boyd Memorial! Hospital, where the fracture was reduced. Students Names Omitted From Honor Roll CARROLLTON—Names,of three high school students, Miss Donna McDonald, Miss Virginia Lou Hutchens, and Ray Varble, whose grades admitted them to the honor .rolls of the schools, were omitted from the list in the Telegraph. Miss McDonald and Varble should have s been listed in the third six- weeks honor roll and Miss Hutchens should have been listed in both the six week and the semester honor rolls. Rending Circles to Meet CARROLLTON—Members of the East End Reading Circle will he entertained Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eugene Cunningham. The program leader, will will be Mrs. Ned Sharon and her topic will be "American Quilts." Members are to answer roll call with naming of their hobbies. The West End Reading Circle, scheduled to meet Tuesday afternoon, will be postponed until Wednesday afternoon, when the Circle members will be entertained at (ho home of the president, Mrs. Olin Stead. Mrs. James Nims will have charge of the program. AV/rv to Use Heurv Gear to Free Wi Mo 9 DENNIS FLINN FAMILY VISITS'ALTON—Ho is v.iih the U. S. legation 1 In Stockholm, Sweden.' Both K':r. ,;nJ Mi:",. M:nn Sh:,> is the former Ancira Ev^ns. "I lie: uiiniiy h r '<n '''-i',iy l-^av the U. S. and in tc fpsnd three: \vcc!;s in Ho'ii:<i b:.'iore io(K;i to Washington, D. C.,'prior to their rci.nn to S'ockhclm. Thu . dren are Pat, left, and Tirn, right.— -Statf phoko. 'Toyland 9 Contest Winners Are Crowned at Graf ton The question of what's to become of the Portuguese possessions in India, whose peaple are demanding freedom from foreign rule, is expect.de to be taken up soon, with the Portuguese Government maintaining that these possessions are integral part of Portugal. GRAFTON, Jan. 21. (Special) — Billy Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keller, and David Pluni- mer, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Plummcr, tied for king of toyland, and Barbara .lean Wilson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wall Wilson won the lille of queen in the kid- die's popularity contest, Rivon in conjunction with I he home talent play "It's A Date." The presentation was given at. the high school auditorium, Wednesday and Thursday, under llie direction of. Miss Shirlce- Wilcox, Kigin, and sponsored by the Grafton Civic Improvement Association, for the benefit of lighting the athletic field. The coronal ion took placo at I lip final performance of tin." piny, ami Billy, David and Barbara were awarded silver drinking cups bearing the inscriptions "Popular King 1950" and "Popular Queen 1950." In. lieu of the tie, the; lit If "prince" for the second plaeo was eliminated but Kathleen Wh:!le.v, daughter of Mi', and Mrs. Kenneth Wluiley, won the title of Princes:-. Rusty Sutloi), son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sutton, and Wanda Is'arup. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Narup, third placers, were made duke and duchess. Concluding the list of contestants were Ricky DeShorlia, Sharon Towell, Lindell Smith. Debby De- Sherlin, Danny R. Highfill, Butch, Harold, and Roger Davis, Pat Freeman, Kalhy Arnold, Paul Hodges, Randy Burns, Moi-.se De- Sherlia, Richard- Cope, Raymond ami Wanda Ready, Trudy Carey, Alel.i and Bobby Weed,. Tcnna and Dick DeSheiTia, Mary Pnhlnian, Dick Woiniick, Mary Womnck, Carol Bevillo, Margaret Ann Ilop- ley. Barbara Ann Ramsey, and Betty Britt. Voles for the contestants, at one cent a vote, yielded $1(',5.07, according to a report by .Miss Wilcox, Friday, but door receipts, advertising, etc., were incomplete al (hat. time. Tlie show <lie\v a capacity audience both evenings. Curfew In I>itren ASMARA, Eritrc-;', Jan. 'Jl, (.fl A 1 en-hour nighlly curfew was slarled forlay in I he Kuropean quarter of this cily to prevent repel il inn of recent violence air! death, the- British administration .•iimounced. The curfew, starling at 7 p. m.. local time, and ending a! 5 a. m., is expected to be, permanent. It creates a security firea in ihe Ku'vipoan district, where ncar- Iv 5(1,000 Kalians reside. NORFOLK. Va., .Ian. L'l. (.Ti — I lie navy plans to u: : c heavy hoachin.u j;pai' on HIP ne:<! ntipnipt lo HIK HIP Missouri, tlic Million's ( i;ly ni'livo lial! l^slii 1 .', off a Chesapeake Kay Shoal. In Washington, navy officials announced plan •. for nn investIfiii!ion nnd r. nnvnl courl ot inquiry on how nnd why the 1'ii.U Mo" ran aground. The navy will make HIP next try nt freeing the ship on Feb. 2. Failing in Iliree nil erupts lo haul j I lie battleship free with a flept of turjs, salvage officers dug deeper into their bag of tricks today and came up with the announcement I hut heavy beaching gvar will be usi'd. This is how it works: Ten or 12 four-Ion ancnors will be placed 1000 yards astern of the bi'fl lewagon. Kach anchor, Its ce.hle drawn fiddlcllght from the. immobile Missouri, will exert, a [lulling forct; of SO tons, a naval spokosmiw explained. Thus, a pulling force of some ; Mill luiis will.be exerted on Hie i ship. The spokesman said thai i this, plus the deep trench an army . ihcdgu has carved in the shoal i about the ship, plus removal of her fuel oil, ammunition and provisions, plus submarine pontoons under her stern, may even cause (he Missouri "to slide off the shoal by herself." Feb. 2 was selected for the next iaitcinpl lo haul the Missouri loose .from her Chesapeake Bay shoal as that is (he earliest date (hat will bring the most favorable bigh tides. An earlier try will be made, however, should northeast winds throw tides two feet above normal into the bay. 1 su;irr\ isory committee. L. • Koluie is a holdover member t his commit lee. I Since organization of the credi; union, 17,MS loans have been made amounting to S-l.i.'.'il.OGfvlO. There is :NU;.!,7rC>.Ot loaned lo Hl'J members. A total of 2(372 persons own shares amounting to $li70,- SD5..15. Assets of the organization amount to ?727,,S-16.(i'J. A social period of games followed ihe business session and prizes 1 for games were awarded Mrs. : Ralph C. Byron, Mrs. Michael Jor^y i dan, Harry Carter, Goebel Knayus^, ; \V. C. Bruce, Jerry LaMarsh, Mrs. i.I. S. Cunningham, Mrs. W. C : Mriu.c, Miss Mary Kllen Jordan, i Mrs. O. A. Kleiner!, Mrs. Karl Helmkamp and K. W. Runyon. Refreshments were served by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Roxana Presbyterian Church, V.K.\V. Auxiliary Sleet Monday WOOD RIVER. — There will be an initiation ceremony and refreshments at. the regular meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, at 7:30 p. m., j Monday sary of their pastor,^ the Rev. Murray F. Haworlh, tfiis Sunday. Dr. L. L. Baughmaii, superintendent of the Illinois Con- i'prente of Evangelical United Hielhren Church from Decalur, will be guest speaker for both the U>;'15 a. in. and 1 p. m. services nt I he church. A basket dinner at noon Is being ^insurance | ari . anKrrl by ^.^ j ames Jimpson, '" i chairman, Mrs. Winter Walters, Mrs. Earl Hnynos, Mrs. Stella '• Smith, Mrs. Kmmelt Wathern and Mis. James Wright. From 2 to 1 p. nv, Sunday afternoon, there will be an open-house at the parsonage, 17 East. Bench street. Mrs. ; Haworlh, Miss Esther Hawori 1 ! i and Miss Bonnie Juhlin will be , Mosiesse.--. Friends of the church l-ave been invited to all the Sun'.ay itclivilies. Completed by this Sunday is a .•••modeling and redecorating pro- igiam a! the church involving re! finishing and painting of floors •iind addition of a class room to second floor. A new electric *'• j langt: has been purchased lor the 011 Huirch kitchen. G ration Auxiliary Membership Drive GRAFTOX, Jan. 21. (Special) — The Auxiliary unit of Whalen Hill Post, No. G-IS, launched a membership drive at its January meeting Thursday evening at thc*Amcrlcan Legion hall. The drive will continue until the March meeting of tiie unit. Each member is requested to bring in five new candidates or meuibership renewals. Following the business session games were played with awards given to Edith Ovcrmeyer, Dora Marshall, Opal Hooper, and Lena Freeman. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served. On the entertainment committee were Agn.es Slaten, Emma Waggoner, Rulh Harmon, and Dorothy Hagen. Tweniy members were irj attendance. 'Thp next meeting is scheduled for Feb. 16 at S p. m. Past Mntrons Meet GRAFTG^T. ~ Past Matrons of Editor RocovprhiK from Uiirns race Chapter 318, Order of the Eastern , , Star, mot. with Mrs. Alma Amhuvg at VFW Memorial Club. I Thu '.' sdnv -afternoon. A potluck luncheon was served at noon. Mrs. Violet Crull presided at the January business session and games DETROIT T.in •'! (/Pi - - ("race ' '' vero P ln >' ct1 - Thirteen members „ , , J . i • [were present. Mrs. Don Little Al- Hospital today reported improve- j ,„„_ foi . n , or , of Graflon attended ment In the condition of editor- i ;t 10 meeting: columnist Malcolm W. Bingay, 65. j Loaves for Mississippi A hospital spokesman said il was. i GRAFTON. — Miss Sybil Frel- man, army air corps nurse, Ft. Bragg. A T . C., departed Thursday for the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fritz Freiman, Tunica, Miss., following a visit with her aunts, the Misses Lora nnd Freda Freiman, since Monday. Miss Freiman, who Is on furlough Until Feb. indicated now that Bingay would recover from critical burns suffered In a freakish incident, at an AFL union banquet Tuesday night. Bingay, editorial director of the Detroit Free Press, was burned in the explosion of a flaming mixture of. coffee and brandy. The brew, known as "cafe diablo" or "devil's coffee," was being prepared for serving to banquet guests. Other guests, less seriously burned, are recovering. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS 8. will month's go to Okinawa for six service, following which she will hfvve the choice of serving in Japan or (he Philippines. Do Gasperi Is Delayed In Forming Italian Cabinet ROME, Jan. 21. f/P) — Premier Alcide De Gasperi's attempts to form a new Italian cabinet were delayed again today, this lime by reluctance of (he ultra-conservative Liberal parly lo accept his proposed land and electoral reforms. 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