Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 14
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April 15, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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V PAOft ALTON IVEN1NO TBL80RAPH WEDNK8DAT, APRIL il» IMS Officers Elected By Godfrey PTA George Arlalr Will Head Unit In 1953-54 OO&FREY - OporRp Adnlr \VM elected' president of the Godfrey Parent Tearl-ier Association for IhP year 1953-54 at a mpptinjt of the PTA Tuesday evening Other officers elected were: vice president, William Farthing; sec- refary, Mrs. Enrl MacMlchael; treasurer, Dr. DP L. Reid; auditor. Kendall Hunter, nnrif chairman of the hoard. Ralph Mntlhry. The new officers will lie installed oft May 5, and an open house will he held al (he same lime. Retiring officers are William RoettRcrs, president; Mrs. OenrRO Wntse^, vice president; Mrs. John Penning, secretary; and Karl Gaylord. treasurer. The PTA voted lo purchase six rolls of tape 'or the tape recorder, a large print typewriter, and J40 for building material. The date of the annual PTA ham afjjd asparagus supper was set for Saturday, May 16. Committee chairman named for the supper were ^Irs. Marie Volf; dining room, Mrs. Karl MncMichanl; printing of tickels and advertising. Ed Young, and ticket sales, Dr. Reid. The PTA voted $7.50 to send 10 pfttrol boys to the school patrol dinner and movit at Alton High School on April il Grade three taught by Mrs. Mary Irwin won the room count. A program on special services offered by the school system was presented. Miss Etta Slarkey acted as moderator for the discussion and introduced the teachers. Mrs. Inez Haughey described the teaching of physically handicapped COMPLETE LINE DIABETIC I i 8 FOOD SUPPLIES i YUNGCK DRUGS | * Elm Dill 8-7632 1 CROUPS FROM ST. JOSEPH'S AND MEMORIAL HOSPITALS, who at (ended state meeting of Student nurses at Peona— Photo by Jack children and told of the facilities available In the Boals building. Mrs. Madie Landers and Mrs. Jack Roach described speech correction and Mrs. Roach also substituted for Mrs. Francis Floyd on the oral deaf teaching. Miss Ruth Schofield told of the work with oducable mentally handicapped children and Miss Slarkey described the sight saving class. Tom P'itzgibbon and Dean Taylor spoke on the work of counselors in Ihe guidance field. A social hour was enjoyed at the close of the meeting and refreshments were served by Mrs. Scott Spencer and Mrs. Harold Beultel. India expects to import 3,000,000 tons of food this year agninst 3,860,000 in 1952. NEW ROOF FOR YOUR HOME FREE ESTIMATE NO DOWN PAYMENT—MONTHLY TERMS, GINTER-WARDEIN GO. 450 FRONT ST. DIAL 3-3588 Godfrey Graders Visit Springfield OODFRKY.--Pupils of Ihe fifth and sixth grades of Godfrey school spent Tuesday in Springfield visiting points of. interest. ' The .19 pupils who made the trip by bus were accompanied by I heir teachers, Mrs. Anna Haiti- day, Mrs. Mary Louise Hausman, and Kdmond Young, principal. Four mothers of students also accompanied the group. Mrs. Howard Truilt, Mflt J. L. Vann, Mrs. W. A. Peters, and Mrs. Paul Edwards. The trip was made as an educational highlight of the social studies class. The group visited Ihe state capilot and saw both Ihe house of representatives and the senate' in session. A trip through the stale museum was the next point; of interest. During a visit to Lincoln's home it was pointed out that it was the anniversary date of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. The pupils also visited Lincoln's tomb and took a conducted tour through New Salem. Red China is offering tp barter machinery for Pakistan cotton, Karachi learns. April Showers of Bargain Sale LADIES' EXTRA-SIZE PANTIES SPECIAL SALE OF UNBLEACHED MUSLIN • Sizes X, XX, XXX In the finest quality non-run rayon. Colors pink and white. Reg. 38c value. You'll want several yards— hut hurry. Only AIM) yard* at this I o \v price. Full 36 Inches wide. PRICES SMASHED ON CLOSE-OUT SALE OF PLASTIC DRAPES LADIES' DRESSES Regular 79o value*. Choice of solid colors including: red, green, yellow or blue. All size* and some half sizes In first quality cotton and rayon. Value* to $3.9K. Carrollton High to Observe 'Religious Emphasis f'ARROLLTON - Religious Emphasis Day will hp observed in Ihe local high school Tuesday April 21. Plans for the day were completed at. the meeting of the Carrollton Ministerial Alliance Tuesday morning at the home of Ihe Rev. D. B. Shaw. The teachers of the school with the exception of Olin Stead, superintendent will visit other schools for the days and "the ministers will take over the classes, discussing topics which were chosen by the students from a list of 12 possible subjects. Godfrey Bureau Unit Entertained GODFREY — The Godfrey Unit of the Madison County Home Bureau met Tuesday at the town hall with 1,1 members and the home adviser, Mrs. Elaine Wendler, was present. Roll call was answered with a way lo serve hard boiled eggs. Mrs. Wondler presented the major IPSSOII on "Window Treatment." She showed samples of new cur- The Rev. Laurel Grigg, pastor of )ain anf j drapery material now on the local Baptist Church, will preside at the morning session and the speaker will he the Rev. M. Edwards Breed of the Presbyterian Church in Jerseyville. The session will open with a prayer by the Very Rev. Micahel Enright of St. Johns Church and the scripture will be read by the Rev. George McCowan of the Baptist Church in Greenfield. After the opening exercises there will be six class periods and al some lime during the day each sludent will have heard Ihe pre- senlalion of Ihe six topics by the various ministers. 'Ihe market and explained . which t.pyes were washable and which was the most serviceable. Mrs. Wendler stated that all draperies should be lined and explained how to do it. She also showed pictures of new drapery lengths and new styles of window treatment. Mrs. ' Louis Lagemann led the group In recreation and Mrs. Thomas Maher won the prize. Mrs. Maher presented a health lesson on the RH negative and positive factor in the blood. Mrs. Albert Ma.viner gave the minor lesson on "Fillings for Pies." The pies used for the demonstration were Inter served for refreshments The Rev. Elmer Setlerlund of Ihe '?>' \\ r , s ; Maxciner and Mrs. Karl Government Will File Civil Suit Againtt 'Carter i WASHINGTON £»—The govern* mem will drop a criminal inveati. fatten of «n allege* international oil cartel and instead file a civil suit against major oil companies involved In Ihe Inquiry. Atty. Gen. Brmvnell announced the plan Tuesday after a conference with Jawyers for several companies. He said "world tensions require that in the Interests of national security, enforcement of the anti-trust laws in this case oc pursued through tivll proceed* mgs," • Dumpy Higler, golf coach at DuKe University, Is also a line coach with the Blue Devil foot* ball squad. fonfUn Nof Be AlnnflMi W WWtt 8ROM Wt mmiO W. J, RIIDIR I SON fVMftfnftMt * College Ate* MILTON ARIA We tete • gwd tftt ef Doyen fw 4 Brt § fwwfi BOHieii we stfeM SLIM NOLL, Rnfttr Of flee «•«»! fc?eitlnft 2*8494 Ash for Mr, Dhshmtnu \ Read Telegraph Want Adi, local Presbyterian Church will dis- MncMichael, (he hostess. Mrs. .. , 'A r ,""'"' " ,, ! Harold CfCthorall won the hostess cuss, 'How Can I Know There Is i pri; , e 1 The next meeting will be held on May V2 and Mrs. Arnold Gerdt wi r ll be -the hostess. A Purpose in Life"; the Rev. D. B. Shaw of the Assembly of God Church will speak on "How Shall We Measure the Successful Life"; "Do We Have to Have War"7 is j 2 Dorsey Boys Honored the subject to be discussed by the • Rev. Walter B. Pruett of the local Methodist Church; The Rev. Laurel Grigg will speak on "Who Am I?"; On Sixth Birthday DORSEY -- Mrs. Percy Ruppel and Mrs. Leonard Bertels enter- Carload Sale! Slight Seconds of High Quality WHITE DINNERWARE "Can I Plan My Fulure Now"? tained a group of children Sunday will be discussed by Ihe Rev. afternoon, honoring their sons, George MeCowan of Greenfield j Terry Ruppel and Gary Bertels. and the Rev. M. Edwards Breed' The occasion was a belated hirth- of Herseyville will speak on "How; day party. Terry Ruppnl was hos- Can I Tell What is Right and ' pilali/ed on his birthday so the Wrong?". | original parly was postponed. Bolh A special service- for the resi- ; the DO >' S we six. Games were dents of the Touvr View Nursjng P'a.ved and after refreshments Home was planned Tuesday" morning and will be held Thursday afternoon, April 30. The message for the clay will be given by the Rev. Waller B. Pruett with the Rev. were served the boys opened their gifts. Each child present was given a gift. Those atlending were: Mary and Martha Heuer. Judy and Will- Elmer Setterlund planning t h e j iam Strothman. Carl McGaughey, music for the service, the Rev. D. i Kenneth Heuer, David Hausman, B. Shaw offering the prayer and i ^aivd Dietzel. Carolyn and Ronnie the Rev. Laurel J± Grigg reading Ihe scripture lesson. The annual daily Vacation Bible school plans were discussed as \\as Kuelhe, Carol Ann and Charles Ann and Jeanelle Hahnenkamp, Ralph Boyri, Steven Rulh.-Laverne Wallace. Kathleen and Diana Rup- Ihe need for a new junior depart-|P el an(l Karen and Pamela Ber- menl superintendent. Mrs. Frank tp ' s Daniels had planned lo be the superintendent of the Department but will be u,nable to do so because of illness. The report of the Good Friday service showed there was an attendance of 200 at part or all of the service and the offering netted $'14.78 which was placed in a fund by the members of the Ministerial Alliance. Case Continued X«\vs DORSKY Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Helmkamp of Edwardsville j| \\ere Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Aljels and sons. Ten votes were cast at the school election SatuVday in Dist. : | Xo. 70 uilh Walter Heuer being 1 ) re-elected. Mrs. Paul Tiu-henal and daugh-jl ler, Donna Grace, of Fosterburg A visited Mr. ancl Mrs. Howard Tilch- i Choice o/ More Than 6.000 Pieces Buy ull )ou need al far hrlou cost price*. \\tf were lucky lo make a seiuatioiml buy of MIMIC klight kecoiuU in fine quality tliu- nervvare. direct from a manufacturer, livery item at \irtually (five - away {iricek. ( ome in and uu> di»he» by the CARROLLTON. representing the unapman law firm of Alton, appeared before Circuit Judge k. K, Wilhile, Monday. Ernest Xeveille,! onal ancl family Sunday afternoon. Chapman For timid male shoppers a stotfejj in Melbourne, Australia, has a ancl moved for a continuance of ilie caso of the People of Illinois \s. William Monroe, who has been indicted for murder in connection with Hie death of his nephew. Charles A. Lawson, on the evening of Nov. 19, 19;"):'. The motion was rejected by the Greene County slate's attorney. Richard Husled, but Judge Wilhilc ruled in favor of the continuance of the case until Ihe fall term ot courr. Monroe is under a bond of $7.500. lingerie department for men-only J shoppers which it calls Iho "buy without blushes" department. HOWWCAN LICK IN r 32-PIEOE SERVICE FOR SIX COSTS ONLY $2,36 Portugitl will continue to operate ^ on a ronservatue budget this year, • i to lomhat inllation, Lisbon Deports. ' *»>• •II Mftiakif formuU of Dr. P. Id, Ed v»rd*. OUv* Ttbtete wubliih rbytb> •uc Mti vity to u§ ur» ytntii, tkorotgk u4 man Mtunl-tilft bowel aiov«m»ot«i Tb*y elMB »wi* Md KM Irom the mtirt utMtutaJ tnat to b*lp you /«< law to*, tte. 60<- SM your OR. EDWARDS '.2UH. TEACUPS..6c '" SAUCERS.. 5c V**W^V -»W»«J* DISHES Be BOWLS IflSrlSB? • • • • 9% PLATES....5e BOWLS PUTE$....8e BOWLS 12 . '' 12c ,.,,8c ,.,.8e ,...8c BOWLS.., 23c Gmvy BOATS.... 29c Platters , . . 19c Crwtiu PITCHERS 12e Po\u* and iux»r BOWLS. .,29e I want to express my deep appreciation to all my friends, fellow workers, and to all others who voted in my behalf for the oiiice ol Assessor oi Wood River Township. JONN C. McCONNIU, JR. EVERY LIVING ROOM AND BEDROO SUITE IN THE HOUSE MARKED DOWN 20% 33%iL HURRY FOR BEST SELECTION!! WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS l». "' \ The House of Better Values FURNITURE CO. 16 WEST BROADWAY PHONE 21278 ALTO' FREE DELIVERY 200 MILES FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET (OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL NINE—SATURDAYS TILL FIVE] L I N 0 L E U M BROADWAY AND HENRY ALTON DIAL 2-9411 I. 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