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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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,WBDNB9DAY. APRIL II, 19M ALTON STONING TELEGRAPH Upper Alton PHONE 36646 Ctotertcaf tuft Meets Cleverleaf unit of Madison County Home Bureau met early this week at the home of Mrs. Ray Elliott, 411 Market St, A group of 11 members and one , guest heard Mrs. Elaine Wendler, county home advisor, discuss the treatment of windows. The minor lesson on, "Pie Fillings", was given by Mrs. Paul Gabriel. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lee Arterherry, Fosterburg Rd., May 12. A special handcraft meeting will be held April 28 at the home of Mrs. Philip Ede, 3860 Aberdeen Ave. Jfour Families Swap Homes Moving of one Milton family to Wood River has caused a chain reaction of home swapping in the Upper Alton area. Involved are: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hall, 3751 Aberdeen Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leeds, 3551, Aberdeen Ave; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Adney, 3722 Berkeley Ave.; and Mrs. Willard A. Davis, Worden Apartments. The Halls moved today to a new hrick home at 611 Third St. Wood River. He is a retired head of industrial relations department at Standard Oil Co. He has resided on Aberdeen for about 10 years. Mr. and Mrs. Leeds have bought the Hall home and will move Thursday. He is a chemical engineer at Shell Oil Co. They have five children. They are: Tommy, Carma, Jean, Billy, and Laura Ann. Three of the older children attend St. Matthew's School. The family has resided in the home for-about seven years. Mr. and Mrs. Adney are buying the 'jLeods home and will move next'week. He is an employe of Standard Oil Co. They have rented their present home for about a year. They have two children, John M. a student at East Junior High School, and Jeanne, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Davis plan to move from the Worden Apartments, May 2. He is an engineer at McDonald Aircraft Corp., St. Louis County. They have a son, Mike, 17 months. CJarden Club Meets Thursday Alton Garden Club will meet at Hillcrcst Community House Thursday at 8 p. m. A spokesman said there would be a plant exchange. Mrs. Waklns Better Miss Theodosia (Granny) Watkins, 86, who suffered a fracture of the left leg last Thursday in a fall, is improving and Tuesday was able to be up in a wheel chair, at Alton Memorial Hospital where she was taken following the mishap. The bone was pinned several days ago and the sprightly, elderly woman, who is a retired practical nurse, had appeared "brighter" Tuesday evening than at any rime since Ihe accident, her daughter-in- law, Mrs. McLean Watkins, 2128 Seminary St., with whom she makes her home, reported. , Milton School Open House More than 200 persons attended the open house at Milton School Tuesday night which was held in conjunction with a meeting of Parent-Teacher Association at which new officers were installed. Parents and patrons toured the 26 classrooms from 7 to 8 p. m. Pupils had various samples ef their work on exhibit. Mrs. Edward Rhodes, representative of the district PTA, conducted the Installation ceremonies. Mrs. Rhodes lauded the work of retiring officers and welcomed the new officers. Those leafing officer arc: Gerald Naugle, president; Clay Musgrave, vlce-prosldent; and Mrs. Laverjre Smith, secretary. Mrs. Matthew Oormley retained the office of treasurer. Officers installed were: Everett Green, president; Gerald Naugle, vice-president; and Mrs. Dewayne Nevins, secretary. Naugle presided at tho meeting which opened at 8. Mrs. Jolin Conour, chart man of the summer roundup at tho school, said that it would be held May 5, from 9 to 12 a. m. Roundup is for registration of children who will enter school for the first time next fall. Spring social will bo held May 15. it was decided. The meeting voted to send four representatives to the state convention in Peoria, April 23 to 25. Those selected: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Green of the PTA and Mrs. Louis Ayres and Mrs. Charles Ruedin of the Mothers Club. The district scholarship , fund was voted '$15 and $150 was set aside for use of the school with final decisipn to be made by Franklin W. Pierce, principal. Room count was won by the sixth grade of Arthur K. Scott. 1 The program included five selections by the Milton School chorus under direction of Mrs. Robert Howard. Accompanist were Mrs. Nevins and David Maes, a sixth grade puupil. Selections presented were: "Kerry Dancers", "Coming Around the Mountain", "Little Liza Jane", "Down in the Valley", and "The Big Brown Bear." fi olden Rule Class Meets Golden Rule class of College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet'Friday, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Bowers. 1800 Washington Ave. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. John McDaniels. In Hospital Mrs. William E. Perrin, 3004 Femwood Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hospital for treatment of a stomach disorder. She entered Monday and expects to be discharged Thursday. However, a member of the family said she may re-enter later. In one other case, Justice of the Peace Thomas Parker, 1725 Main St., continued to improve at Alton Memorial Hospital today after suffering a light stroke at his home Monday evening. Alton High Band to East St. Louis Alton High School Band will be featured at an assembly 'program Friday at East St. Louis Senior High School. Conductor Ray Murfin has scheduled the Friday appearance and a later one at Greenville instead of the usual trips to district and state contests. The assembly program will be from 10 to 11 a.m., followed by luncheon in the school cafeteria. Another big date on the band's schedule is the annual Junior and Senior High Concert, April 21, in the West Junior Auditorium. Jun- WARNER'S LE GANT It just gives its all for your pretty figure! 081S Jurt ft npple handftil of breezy power net and rayon Mtin elMtio*. It glint iu til ... for your pretty figure. High Vtiit Jwt octette* you Into the loveliett line under new tlim fcthion*. In white only, tiiee 26 to 32. $12.50 Wtrner'i broadcloth bra with Frencb-ttitched cupt for « tan uplift. #2076 ..,,,.., $2.25 You'll look so lovely, feel to nice in thi$ Warner-Wonderful Is Cant*. Mere ounce* of L nipple elastic tdd up to the prettiest line, Wewf lubtraet from your comfort. Come in tomorrow tnd IM far yourielf, THE §32 Eogt Broadway Dial 2-8811 Open Friday Night* Till Nine wt, AIM untor bands and Junior ofi'hcstwi will tilw part. The public Is Invited and there will be no admission charge. t Special meetings af Calvary Baptist Church was at the tialf way mark today with the pastor, the Rev. J. Curtis Martin, reporting good attendance at morning and evening services. Evangelist, t)r. W. \V. Hamilton, chaplain Of Southern Baptist Hos- pltal. New Orleans, La., will have as his subject at the 7:30 meeting tonight, "The Five Farts to ffcce." At the hour-long service, which began at 10 this morning, the evangelist spoke on "The Devil of Today." The meetings began last Saturday and will continue through Sunday. Dr. Hamilton will leave Alton Monday. There will be a Saturday night service. In other news, the Woman's Missionary Union met at the church Tuesday afternoon for a program arranged by Mrs. Ocl Simpson. .Mrs. J. Curtis Martin had the devotlonals. Mrs. Otto Scurlock presented a vocal solo. The subject was, "Mexico." Taking part were: Mrs. Chester Barber, Mrs. Bob Richardson, Mrs. Russell Evens, Mrs. Earl Finch, and Mrs. Norvel JVells. The union is preparing a box of home-made cookies and candy to be sent to Leo Hamlin. stationed in Korea, for his birthday. A group of about 10 members will attend the quarterly Woman's Missionary Union > associational meeting In Litchfield Friday morning. Clara Barton Roundup Summer roundup at Clara Barton School will be held April 22 from 1 to 3 p. m., it was announced today by B. B. Campbell, principal. All children who are eligible to enter the school in fall for the first time must register. The registration is in charge of Mrs. Rolland Wiogand. Children who will enter kindergarten must be five now or no later than Dec. 1, 1353. Those entering first grade, and not now attending Clara Barton, must be six now or by Dec. 1, 1953. Campbell said parents should bring their children's birth certificates. They are mandatory no later than fall but if presented now it t will make the registration a smoother operation. There will be a movie for the parents and children and a treat for the latter. The parents and children will have an opportunity to visit classrooms and meet teachers. Parents seeking further information may call Mrs. Wiegand, 2-8525, or the principal at the school. KYB Class Sleets Know Your Bible Class of Brown Street Baptist Church will meet in the lounge Thursday, 1 p.m., with Mrs. Max Harvey as guest speaker. Hostesses will be Mrs. Letha Lingenfclter and Mrs. Dorothy Funkhauser. A program of special music will be presented. Brazilian Missionary at Assembly The Rev. Andrew W. Hargravc. missionary to Brazil, will conduct regular midweek services at Edwards Street Assembly of God Church tonight at 7:30. The missionary is on furlough from Rio De Janeiro, where he was manager of the Assembly of God publishing program in the past four years which was respon- fqr distribution of more than « million plwei of religious literature In the Portuguese language. He formerly pnstored a church In Sau.k Center, Minn., and he is a graduate of North Central Bible Institute. He is also treasurer of the Assembly of God missions in Brazil. In other news, the pastor, the Rev. James C. Kofahl, said that the three weeks revival which closed Sunday was a success. It was conducted by the Rev. James Nicholson, who left Monday for Springfield, Mo, ifameson Revival Service • Evangelist David Malson will have- as 'he subject, "The Fart That Condemns," at the nightly series of special meetings at Jameson Baptist Church, 2636 Sanford Ave. Services begin at 7:30. The Rev. James Shields, pastor, said everyone is welcome, Thursday, the revival will have "Family Night." AH are Invited. Dr. Uyc-iw Speaks to Methodists Dr. TO. M. Dycus, superintendent of East St. I-ouis district, will speak at the regular midweek services tonight, 7:30, at Main Street Methodist Church. Following services the church leader will preside at the last quarterly conference year meeting. AH church officers are asked to b'p present with their reports. All members are invited, to the quarterly meeting and to the special service which precedes it. Paul Mitchell Given Recital Paul Mitchell, promising young concert pianist, gave a recital this morning at Shurtleff College chapel assembly. He is a graduate of the college, class of 19(3, He Is studying under ttan Shelfon, internationally-known pianist of St. Louis, who teaches at Shurtleff. > Mitchell gave a brilliant performance despite a mechanical breakdown In the instrument which would have caused a disruption of technique for pinnlsts of wider experience. In thp Beethovpn "Sonata Appasslonfta," a bass string broke and lashed out of the piano. Mitchell finished the selection, and then calmly removed the string. He continued his performance with two Chopin selections, "Waltz In C Minor" and "Walla! in B Major," and finished with Debussy's "Reflets dans 1'eau" and "Toccat- ta." by Khnlehnturinn. He opened tho program with Scarlatti's "Sonata." * Dr. David A. Weaver, president of the college, presented keys to students who had won acceptance to Mu Delta Rho, national scholastic honoury society. Those honored inclurod Ted, Fred, and Tom Noeth and Lyle Spencer. Mrs. Doris Hoycn Clark was unable to be present for acceptance of her key. It will be presented later. MaJ, Betharrls Is New Marine Corps Regular Marine Mnj. Leonard -S. Bpth- ards, whnsp. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ohmer S. Bplhards reside at 234 Eula St., Wood River, was recently Integrated into the regular Marine Corps after selection by a board convened at Headquarters, Marine Corps, Washington, D. f. Currently he Is assignor! as personnel officers of the First Battalion, 12th Marine Regt., an artillery unit of the 3rd Marine Div. based it Camp Pendleton, A member of the Marine Corps Reserve sincn, December 1M2, M«J. Belhards was graduated from Shurtleff College that ypar. Prior to that he had attended the ,Unt« versify of Illinois for two ye'ara, and was a member of the basketball, football and track teams at both schools. During World War IT, he served with the Marino Corps In the Pa clflc. After he returned to civilian life following service In World War II. he worked at Standard Oil Co.. and wat twain* Id My »» toner, 1352. A member of the First terian Church. MaJ. BetrWnli With his wife, the termer Nancy Itwr ef Alton and three children, LetJh. art, 10, Dennis I and Cralf ,1 flow reside at 608 Stanley, Ocemitdt, Calif. Natives of the New ftefcrtifM islands bind the heads Of, MW* born babies, causing them to llBpi backward, ctmtfdfrfng this a mirk of beauty. Practical Nurncs Meeting Madison County Practical Nurses Registry will have a monthly meeting at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in the Jennie D. Havner library, Fourth and State Sts. Ceramic tiles were used In 16th century Suain not only for floors and walls, but for ceilings of homes, to aid In keeping rooms cool. Ellle's always been a picky eater and keeps pushing away her milk. I just can't get it down her! 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