Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 15, 1953
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1953 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Presbyterian Men of Carrollton Elect CAfmOLLTON. - Louis Baltard of this city was elected president of the Men'* Club of the local Presbyterian Church at a dinner meet- Ing of the club Monday evening In the church dining room. Other officers elected were: •Tames Schram, vice president; B. Scovvley, secretary, and J. J. Eldred, treasurer. The speaker of the evening was Judge G. K. Hutchens of this rify. To Present Program In Alton CARROLLTON. - The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Setterlund of this city will show colored pictures of their trip last summer, stressing particularly Ganado, Ariz., at the meet- Ing of the Women's Association of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church in Alton Monday evening. Once n Month Cltib to Meet CAHROLLTON. — Members of the Once a Month Bridge Club will have a dinner meeting Thursday evening at the Country Tea Room on Rt. 67. Hostesses for the evening are Miss Winifred Close of Kane; Mrs. William Brame, Mrs. Franklin March and Mrs. Lucius Wood of this city. To Attend Clerical Meeting CARROLLTON. — Mrs. Adrian Read and Miss Marie Witt, both of whom are employed in the Greene County Farm Bureau office, will go to Alton Friday to attend a district clerical meeting of the USTEK TO THE Choral Symphony under the tHrtetion of DR. FRANK BLACK * * TODAY * * 5:45 p. m.-WOKZ \ brought to you by your CADILLAC DEALER TELEGRAPH OFFICE AT £DWARDSVILLE-W,lham G. Kyan wardsville for the past several years, s;ls bv Irs typewriter in ih^ne Store Building at Edwardv.ille. R\an handles rieus from the Mad important- events happening in Fci\vardwille.—Staff photo. Telegraph correspondent at Ed- wly arqinred office in the Madison son County Courthouse and other Health Improvement Associations in this area. Non-High Board to Meet CARROLLTON. --Joseph Schild, Bob Huhbard and A. R. McConathy, members of the non-high school board, will meet in an executive session Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in the office of G. W. Lowe, county superintendent of schools. Pleads Guilty CARROLLTON. — Henry Wyatt of Roodhouse pleaded guilty Monday before county Judge Jack Alfeld to a charge of petit larceny in connection with the .theft of clothing from a bunk car of the GM&O Railroad. Wyatt was sentenced to a year at the ?late Farm at Vandalia. Anti-hail rockets fired at Long- kloof, South Africa,.failed to stop "the worst storm in history" there. A TRUE FAVORITE WITH THE LADIES THE LVX TRIPLICATES LANGHAM'S WALLPAPER AND PAINTS Broadway at Langdon St. — Opposite Bridge Entrance Carrollton Correspondence By MRS. VIRGINIA O1ELER CARROLLTON. — Miss Beekio Lemish of Auburn, Ind.; Miss Ol- enva Hoitiren of Mt. Vernon, and Miss Kaydeen Farrow of this city, all students at MacMurray College. Jacksonville, were week-end guests of Miss Farrow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Farrow entertained their daughter and her guests at a luncheon Sunday at Ihe Lodge at Marquetle Park at Graf ton. Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Whileman, Lqonard Stone, and Everett Men! went to Jacksonville Sunday to attend a district Lions Club dinner meeting held at the Dunlap Hotel. Miss Helen Richards, Miss Jan- Ice Fry and Miss Darleen Daum, all seniors in the local high school, spent Monday at - Normal, where all three expect t;o continue their education at the Illinois State Normal University next year. Mrs. Harold Horn entertained a group of friends at bridge Wednesday evening at her home. Herschel Hackley entered St. Mary's Hospital in East St. Louis Saturday for examination and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brame and daughters, Joan and Eddy/went to Montgomery City, Mo., Tuesday evening to attend the Kiwanis Minstrel Show. Members of the March bowling team were entertained at dinner Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ciller entertained members of the Giller bowling team and their wives at dinner Tuesday evening at their home. Miss Carolyn Butler is ill of the measles at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Butler. The Rev. Walter B. Pruett will accompany a group of young peo pie of the Methodist Church to Ur- ba/ia Saturday to attend Youth Fellowship rally at; the Wesley Foundation. Mr. and Mrs. George Darr and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stine returned home the last of the week from Tempa, Fla., where they had been guests for nine days of their children, A. 2 C. and Mrs. George Darr and family. A. 2 C. George Darr is stalioned at Ihe MacDill air base. Before returning home the group visited Sarasota, Bonita, St. Petersburg and other points of interest in Florida. Blackburn Club To Visit Shell Plant Thursday CARLINVILLE—The Blackburn College Chemistry Club will make its' annual field trip Thursday to Monsanlo Chemical Company, St. Louis, and Shell Oil- Company, Wood River. The students will visit the research laboratories of the organic and phosphate division of Monsanto Chemical Company in the morning. The "Shell Oil Company will be the club's host during the afternoon, where the students will see their research laboratories. Miss Grace Spencer, professor of chemistry at Blackburn College, will accompany about 30 students. The club officers organizing the I trip are Jim Florin!, president, and j Joanne Kunde, secretary-treasurer, i Bhrorlmobile, fo Visit . Blackburn Saturday CARL1NV1LLK The St. Louis Red Cross Woodmobile unit will visit the Blackburn College campus Saturday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. This is (he second special trip the unit, will have made to Blackburn during the current school year. More than 40 per cent of the stu* dent body have consistently contributed to the blood drive during the past two years. On campus, the Student Christian Association is making all arrange- ments, student nurse's aides and volunteers will assist the doctors and nurses. The American Legion Auxiliary Is supplying refreshments for the donors. PRfRHtl Of SWI CARLINV1LLB - Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boente are parents el A sen torn tutstfay it Aret Htopfttl, Themothwttht former Mist Barbara Wtrtttvr in* JwvedM secretary if tht M*«o» pin County Chipter or ttw AmtrV can Red Crow for tentf tfmt* <HM^^kA WHIT th II GOP Leaders Are or Aren't Seeking Tax Cut Look for the familiar red cooler when shopping calls for a pauM, Coke briagryou quick retreshmeot— helps you be yourself again. UMOtl *UI*0|U» Of TM| COC4-COU COM»*N) |« COCA COLA IOTTLINC COMPANY of ALTON. ILL © '»iX I"t COC4 COU COM»*NY WASHINGTON fp _ House Republican leaders either are going to open the door to a tax rut this ' year or they are going to keep ii shul. That much, and that Ihpy slill hope for early tax cuts, was Hem after a 2Vhour parley late yesier- ilay of the House GOP Policy Committee. House Speaker Joseph Martin < (R-Mass) emerged smiling from the closed-door private session to tell reporters what happened. Martin and other GOP leaders have been holding down a firm foot against action now on a bill by Rep. Daniel A. Reed (R-NY) to cut income taxes 10 per cent starting July 1 instead of the Jan. 1 date now scheduled. When were they going to permit the Reed bill to come to the floor'.' Martin said (ho discussion nf possible budget cuts held out hopes that taxes could he reduced when a balanced budget is in si^ht. Someone wanted to know if a balanced budget is in sight for the j year beginning July 1. Martin said the picture should be clearer around the middle of May or the first of June. Republi^in Leader Halleck of Indiana quickly interjected: Better not stick to any specific dates. Do the leaders insist that the ; budget for the year be»innin^ ,Iul\ 1 has to be balanced helore lavs can be reduced'' Martin said the budget ou'.:ln t-i be close to balance that year an really reduced m si^iu that i^ the following year. That justify tax cuts. Hunting officials figure approx- , imately 3.000 moose ucic shot dm ! ing Newfoundland's luiiiiint; .sea | son. Members ol a lloiisc'Aucs League in Kellusi. Norlhcm h eland will carry police whistle."Monthly Pains" stopped or amoiing ly relieved in 3 out 01 4 cam in 40cteii' Ittlil t Chances are you're pulling up • • unnecessarily -wilh the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation! 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