Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 15, 1953
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WlBfftgftAY, APf It II, ALTON fcVENTNO TIt«0*Af»H ^M Jk ^u^te ^^^(^K^^j^uf^^^fgM^ji^ PAOft fflliflHf Tuck Elected Congressman From Virginia DANVILLE. Va. # -Virginia's Fifth District returned to Its eus* ternary Democratic voting ways IWJ elect*! former Oov. William M. Tuck to Congress in Tuesday's special election. % It was the nation's first election ilnce November in a normally Democratic district that bolted to Elsenhower. , Tuck. 5fi, who walked out on the national Domocralic ticket last fall, trounced Republican Lome Ross Cmnpbell by about 4.500 votes In a total vote that fell short of 30,000. Turk's majority was less than the district's usual comfortable margin for Democrats. Tuck said he plans to go to Washington to take his seat about next Tuesday. His election shaves the Republican majority in the House, to 10. When he is seated, the division will be 221 Republicans. 211 Democrats, 1 independent and 2 vacancies. He succeeds Rep. Thomas B. Stanley iD-Vai. who resigned in February to run for governor, Kane By CHARLOTTE LtSPKR KANE — The Greene County Women's Club meeting will be held Wednesday, April 22, at the Greenfield Baptist Church. The meeting will begin at 10 a. m. with a polluck dinner at noon. Members of the local club will attend. Miss Martha \Vehrly returned to Chicago Tuesday after several days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. \\Vhrly. June Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Crawford, will enter Children's Hospital at St. Louis Thursday to undergo surgery. Mrs. Charles Mathis returned to Carbondale •, Monday after visiting the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen. Mrs. Sam \Vehrly went to Carrollton today to help conduct an all-day clothing training school for home economics 4-H Hub leaders. Judy Harmon and Joyce Flamm, cousins, celebrated their ninth birthdays Monday at the Harmon home. Mrs. Flamm assisted Mrs. Harmon. Guests present were: Geraldine Keeley, Judy Ashlock, Linda Whitlook, Linda Mourning, Barbara Plato, Jane Crawford, Beverly Jones, Ruth Ann Scoggins, Mary and Helen Rue, Elizabeth Ray, Karen Shanks and Lonnie Flamm. Refreshments were served. Mrs. William Harmon and Mrs. Clifton Devenlng, leaders of the Kane 4-H Club, attended a training school at Carrollton today. Mrs. Em.naa Freshour, Alton, and Mrs. Miner 1 "Seimer, Godfrey, visited Tuesday with Mrs. Harry De- Shasier. ftrafton B.t Jj » LBft ORAFTON - The Junior Mod* ern Woodmen of America will hold their regular monthly meeting and party April 2? at 7:30 p. m. in the City Hall, with the director, Betty Breden in chirge. The Assembly of God Church launched a two week revival Sunday evening with the Rev. Francis Pope of Hartford speaking-at 7:30 each evening. "The Test of Good Works" will be the subject of Bible study foN lowing prayer meeting beginning at 7:;H) o'clock Thursday evening at the Baptist Church. A. combined vocal and instrumental musical concert Will be presented by the Grafton Schools April 24 at 8 i. m. in the school auditorium. Homer Studebaker of Jerseyvllle Is the new custodfan of Pere Marquette State Park, Instead of Homer Sunderland as Was announced in this paper Monday evening, Studebaker succeeds Ray Farmer of Jerseyville. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold their April meeting Thursday beginning at 8 p. m. in the American Legion Hall. Mrs. Belle Kduards of Pleasanton, Kan., arrived Friday to visit for an indefinite time with her brother^ Al Auston and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Mosby attended a birthday dinner for his mother, Mrs. Alice Mosby, at her homo' in St. Louis, Sunday. Present also was the honoree's sister, Mrs. Mildred Bradford, who makes her home with Mrs. Alice Mosby. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Keller of St. Peter^burfc, Fla., arrived Saturday for a week's slay with her sisier-in-law, Mrs. Edith Plummer. Mrs. Keller's sister, Mrs. Cora Schoecler, of Monon, Ind., also came for the week at the Plummer home. Lt. George Bernie Baxter has finished a six-week course in Command School at great Falls, Mont., and has returned to Tacoma, Wash, to resume his duties. Lt. and Mrs. Baxter reside in yacoma. He is the son of Mr. and M s. Roscoe Baxter Sr., of Grafton. The Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin Saucrwein had as weekend guests, Mrs. William Vodermark and Mrs. Henry Lindamann of Jennings, Mo. Colder Weather Than Usual fs Forecast WASHINGTON * The Weather Bureau said today it will he colder than usual in the northern half of the country and much of the Southwest durlni the next month. Its 30-day outlook added: "Above normal temperatures are expected in the South Atlantic and gulf slntes. Elsewhere, nonr nor- mnl temperatures arc Indicated. "Precipitation is o.xperted to ex- cced normal over the northern half of thr country, hut subnormal rainfall is indicated over the Southwest . Klsewhere. about normal rainfall Is predicted. " I'ralrii'fmvti H.V Read Telegraph Want Ads. .^crubfab/ft finish tlwt Pries »n a Matter of Minutes H, K. JOHNSTON HARDWARE CO. •T4TIS PRA1RIETOWN Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ousewelle entprtained the following guests with a supper at their hpme Sunday in honor of their datiKhter, Ruth, who was confirmed on Palm Sunday. Those present wore: Rev. and Mrs. Stelle- waur-n and daughter, Uov. and Mrs W. C. Hekcmeypr. Mr. and Mrs. J. (!. Ohner, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward .Mciknmp. Mr. and Airs. Arthur Ifclmirh and family, Mrs. Kdward Dredson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Papp and stin, Mi', and Mrs. W. W. Guspuollp, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Omtwiltt iM ftmily, Mf, ami Mrs. fidwin Qutcwclle *ml family, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Crab* trw and daughters, Wilfred Out* vvelle, Mr, and Mw. Rivin Best and daught)>!-, Ruth Carol and Billy ouwewclle. • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks en- leriatned a number of guests at w supper at their home Sunday In honor of their daughter, Helen, who was confirmed on Palm Sunday and also In honor of their son, Edwin's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pane of Kast Alfon and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pape and daughter, Joyce were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Opel and family in Worden Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Ursprung nnd son were Bunker Hill visitors Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs Ted t.add of Ed- wardsvllle visited uiih Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schwalb Jr., and family Sunday. Joe Aullch and Mrs. •> Frieda Knoohe were Bunker Hill visitors Sunday evening. Arthur Stiegemtyer of St. Louis visited with relatives here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoche spent Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coatney and family, in Bunker Hill. Bend Telegraph Want Ad» PRnl IWMIS iwot (or usfi on rolli or pantry may be brought into Pita, ufHfif i r»w decree, but germing' ttvt iwdfi from which opium mlgnt be obtained are tabu, Lima repwti. Even noflKetminative poppy seeds, however, may he brought In only under authorisation from the De* partment of Public Health and applications must Include certifications from the country of origin that the seeds arc not suitable for cultivation. Poppy cultivation In Peru Is strictly banned. Read Telegraph Want Ads. RIDUCID STOMACH JACKSONVILLE, ILL, "I am find write you regarding the results received while taking Rennel Con- centme fw reducing, Before awning in on the safe Rennel home recipe.l.weifhW 175 ibs. but after Several bottles t now weigh 180 Ibs. I aieo reduced toy abdomen at least « inches and Ihanka to Rennel 1 n«yer feel stuffy after meals." 80 write; Mrs. Barbara A. De Prates of 933 Doolln Ave. Your druggist h« IKJuid RBNN1L. Ask for free booklet. RENNEL has been proven and recommended by thousands of your Illinois neighbors. SstUfactlon guaranteed with the first bottle or send to manufacturer for refund. You'll, not be hungry reducing with RENNEL, Costs only $1.40. UPPER ALTON AREA f • We hnvr Rood list of buy- W nrs for 4 to 7 room hnmpg, A We stress sprvic* 1 . • CLEM NOLL, Realtor • Office 3-<!fm 2-«45-l Ask for Mr. Dic-kmnnn Thieves "SalvaRC" Sub Police of a North German port j are trying to solve a very differ-! ent sort of crime, Bremerhaven | imports. They are searching for j I helves who stole a submarine, from the bottom of the sea. The I sub was sunk just before the end of the war and when the Government sent divers down to report on the possiblity of salvage, they found , the job already had been done.] Black market dealers are thought ! to have employed divers, over a period of months, to break up the : vessel for the valuable scrap metal it yielded. Venezuela expects 1953 petroleum output to compare favorab-1 ly with the average of 1,803,000 ; barrels a day 01 crude oil produc- 1 ed in 1952, Caracas reports. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH EVANGELISTIC REVIVAL Through April 19th EACH EVENING (Excopt Saturday) at 7s30 P. M. Walter Cruzan of Gr««nvil!«, 111., will load lh« music. M. M. Scott, th« Local Minister, will preach. EljrMh and Elision Sts. Allon, III, dmertofi finest finishes for lotting boauty in your homt AKMrifrt OrifM «»•»»•»" Wwf rNNM Te gtf fhf rlehtit, moit vtlvfty, men weihebli well* - ui« liquid Vtlv«f. If'i toiy to uit.., On* wot eovtri. In smarttit colon, Gal. •MNIffftfi WOWWH/ "Itemto" WMif Nnbta Fanchroma li th« modarn way to finlih wood trim, eabln«»i, furniture and paneling. Ea»y to u»« it retain* wooa'i beauty. In 10 oMradivt color*. Wflffl 9M WWMfwGm totlfl Ptntih H an eeiy-fo-wit itmi'0tdii •nomtl for inferior iur< fecit. On* eeof eevtn. Orlei quickly. Many new colon for your ittaefien. 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