Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 15, 1953
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-•-. ' \. PiGt fWlfff Y*i!X ALTON EVSN1NO TELEGRAPH , APRIL SJ» SHI Alton Arm Deaths Dale Randolph trie body of Bite Randolph, Bl, WHO dl«! Monday at Mitfnr Nun* Ing hoftit wst.ffWVBdl ftretdsy fretti Morrow«QutTm mortutry to Lash futifril home, Ptrtni, where fit* ntrtl rite* win be conducted probably Friday. Randolph had resided for awhile near Jcrseyvllle before entering the Alton nursing home and previously had made his home at Pai-lna. , Henry Panfil Henry PanflJ, 53, a Willow Grove Pa., lawyer and husband of the former Miss Pauline Stlr-lfa of Alton, died unexpectedly Tuesday of a heart attack according to worrl received by Mrs. Panfil's cousin, Mrs. Russell Hale of 3879 Berkeley Ave. In addition to his widow, Panfil THANKS • To My Many Friends for their loyal support in elect* ing me Clerk of Godfrey Township. Harold E, Herslay (• Mifvived by five children, Henry, who Will graduate next month from Milllkin University; Mercia, a student at a girls school in Massachusetts, and Roger, Wayne, and Robert. Mrs. Louise Cole of Los Angles, Calif., a sister of Mrs. Panfil, plans to fly to Willow Grove to attend the funeral which is scheduled for Saturday. Mrs. Panfil is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Stlrit2 of Alton. Elmer CTCofe Elmer Charles Cole, 70, of Wilkinson Addition, Godfrey township, died at 12:35 a. m. today In St. Joseph's Hospital less than 24 hours after he had been moved there by nmhulancp. He had been 111 since last Thursday. Colo, a retired gardner at Mon- tlcello College, had resided In Alton area since 1920, and had been at 556 Highland Ave., previous to moving two years ago to the Wilkinson Addition, home. He was born March 16, 1883, at Robertsville, Mo. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Loretta Cole; four daughters, Mrs. Effie Edwards, Mrs. Bernice Enos and Mrs. Marjorle Drusty, Alton, and Mrs. Emma Henderson, Paci* fie, Mo., three sons, Ray and Charles Alton ant! Harold of Wood River; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Barber, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Dolly Short, St. Louis, Mo., and eight grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday at Staten funeral home by the Rev. William F. Bohn, 3 Easy Steps to top homo comfort Makes it easy to efford year-'round comfort in your home ftow you can pita a complete rammer-winter air conditioning iy»«tm and install it as you can afford it — a itep at a time. Start with a gravity furnace (gas or oil). You can twitch fuels later if you wish. Next add a blower-filter unit and enjoy the healthful comfort> of forced-tlr heat Finally, add a cooling unit — for perfect comfort the whole year 'round. Spread thit program over • period of year* — and wind up with the tame complete unit you'd get la one immediate Installation — or do it now, all at one time. See u» for details OB how you can budget this to fit your pocketbook. Dial 4-4354 name to remember Is.. 356 Main St. East Alton of ttnt BRfttnt Church, East Alton. Burial will be in Upper Alton cemetery. Friend* may call at the funeral frame after 7 p. m. today. Kiwaniam See World Series Film Alton Klwanians, meeting Tuesday night at the Mineral Sprtnai Hotel, saw movies of the 1952 World Series between the Dodgers and Yankees. Quests at the meeting were four members of the newly«formed Collfnsvllle club-George Taylor, Carl Schumacker, Tom McDonald, and Ed Fields. Fred Hunt, program chairman for the day furnished the pictures of the World Series. The picture ran for about 30 minutes and showed nil the outstanding plays of thr- seven gnme sprjos. One feature of the picture which KHVP the chin members conslrtprnhlr- sntlafactlon was the occasional freozing of action In some crucinl play, such ns the two sensationnl one handed catches by Dodger outfielders robbing Yankee batters of home runs. John Kinzel, veteran member of the club, announced that another outstanding program was In store for the Kiwanlans, who have been invited to attend a Klwanls Fellowship meeting to be held at the St. Clalr Country Club at Belleville on April 22. Besides the visitors from Col- llnsville, Will Sundin brought HS his guest for the evening, William Sknele. A groat final of Interest was manifest in the coming Kiwanis Kapers, which are to be produced at the Senior High School Auditorium on April 30. Rehearsal schedules were announced by Tony Crl- vello. Harold' Gwillim won the door prize for the evening. The first attendance prize was won by Eugene Crivella. The grand attendance prize, five lovely gifts, was finally won by Julius Scheafer. American Decorated LONDON R — Home Secretary Sir David Maxwell Fyfe today pinned the George Medal on Reis Leming in recognition of the U.S. airman's "extreme gallantry" during Britain's disastrous flood last Feb. 1. Leming of Toppenish, Wash., saved 27 persons trapped in houses near the Norfolk town of Hunstanton. Although the airman could not swim, he jumped into the icy water and ,pushed a rubber raft ahead of him, reaching flooded bungalows when all other attempts had failed. f — listed In the Classified Section*of the New Telephone Directory. WARD'S ANIMAL HOSPITAL 3514 E. Broadway (At the Foot of Milton Hill) Phone 2-0511 Office Hours! 0-12, 2-5, 5:30-7 Closed Sat. Night and Sundays DR. B. P. WARD DR. O. SOiMKRS • Farm Animals •Dogs and Cats North Alton OlttBiff Mecten Leroy Bovdelter wai elected prn* of the McKlntey^Oelmar PTA to serve for the 198344 school year, Tuesday evening at the regular meeting at McKinley School. Other offlcen named were forest E. Cook, vice president; Mrs. Thomas tMckman, secretary; and Waller Nuzum, was returned as treasurer. The members heard a report con- r.cmlng the annual social plans and there was a suggestion from the floor that the 1954 social be planned for Friday, May t>, so that preparations could be made this fall. Miss Pauline Myers' second grade room won the room count. Elmer Burdorff of the program committee told about the evenings' film program. The executive committee met following the regular meeting and made final arrangements for the annual social to be Friday, May 8. There was also a limited discussion of the plans for enlarging McKinley School. The members of the committee expressed a desire to review the plans when they are available. Auxiliary Hears Reports Ladles Auxiliary of the North* side Booster's met Tuesday at the Playground Shelterhouse. The women will have a quilt to auction at the annual carnival. There was a committee report on the Easter egg hunt. Over 1QO children participated and prizes were awarded to Georgia Gillespie, Stephen Lawson, Buddy Dehner and Paulette Gillespie in the 2-5 age group; and George Darnell, 'Gary Kortkamp and Sandy Piepert In the 6*10 age group. The women heard a report from the membership committee and planned to continue with the annual drive for another month. The next meeting will bdat 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, May 5, at the Northslde Playground Shelterhouse. Girl Scouts Meet Girl Scout Troop 43 of McKinley School met Tuesday at the school. About half of the troop are taking cooking lessons at the Union Electric kitchen, while the other girls are working on a craft project. They are making reed fruit baskets Mrs. Ernest Miller and Mrs. Clarence Dunn assisted Mrs. Eugene Kitzmiller with the girls. Senior Girl Scout Troop 49 of Marquette High School met Tues day at the home of the troop leader Mrs. Don Caliban at 917 Logan St. The girls decided to do something in the home-making field. They made ice-box doughnuts and tea, which they ate .later. The girls received and read a thank-you note from the Alton Women's Home where they had taken Easter decorations and favors. They also heard a letter from a girl in Newcastle, England, who is a pen-pal of Pat Caliban. The girl is 15 year old Olga Varnaham. Some of the highlights of the letter stated the girls were not permited to date until they are 17; current hit tunes are "Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes" and "How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?" Olga wrote that she had to retire by 8:30 p. m. and was not permitted to read the Sunday SAVE $4 BOYS' GAB. TRENCH COATS HURRY! WHEN THESE ARE SOLD THERE'LL BE NO MORE AT THESE PRICES Reg. 8.99 .99 4 SPECIAL PURCHASE MAKES THESE PRICES POSSIBLE ! ALL LADIES' SUITS ALL GIRLS' COATS Are Drastically Reduced! New Smart Styles in the Newest Fabrics. Do Not Buy Until You Have Shopped These Items. GIRLS' COATS 4 .99 LADIES' SUITS 10" SAVE SI to $2 Repeat! By Popular Request! LADIES' BLOUSES and Long Styles Short Sleeves Sleeves New Sleeveless Values to $2.99 Your Pick of Tailored or jersey Styles .00 No Mail or Phone Orders From FAMOUS MAKE Children's DRESSES Values to $5.99 Exquisite Details and Colors j One group $1.00 Another group$1.99 SAVE $2.00 JUMPING JACKS BABY SHOES $p.8€ Nationally AdvertUed at $4.13 Only • Commended by 1'arenU Magazine • Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping • Acceptance by American Medical Society • &i*e 4'l!/ro-oi/i'e only. All WidUu SAVE $1.00 TOM SAWYER BOYS' SHIRTS t Regularly $ t French OKI with Tuff LinU t Excellent Graduation Ubirt or for gift* 1 eovr IRADUATION SUITS " 12 u*lau gitbtraiu*-* tailored like kttv« pl*»U, tipper.. CuaU M» pwrfwl «jMtft iwfc***. too. Si*** « to ill £«•« it to 18, urn IMC Wft MV-4W4V PimiaiTof W8H 8 9180X8 Come early—Buy several and Save fa Per Pair • Hellaace Guburdinett • Reeve* Cord* • Kantorued t Zippers-Pleatt 0 Crease RetUtaut • All New Colon 4 2 Far $».M SAVE $2 to $4 Children's COATS • Crafted of Beautiful Fabrics t Your Chance To Save 4 other than die cartoon lectloni, 8rm told about her white royal faffefa drens which the win wear dUrlfic coronation week in June, Ernest Allen to Htad Btmker Hill Unit Board BUNKER HILL - Members of the school board met Monday evening to reorganize for next year. Ernest Allen was re-elected preel» dent and Norman Ml«e secretary, The board voted to leave the school on standard time the rest of this term and will start on Daylight time In the fall. The school board meets the second and fourth Monday during the school term and the fourth Monday during tho vacation months. Royal Neighbors Meet BUNKER HILL - Mrs. Dorothy Wheeler became a social member of the Royal Neighbors it their regular meeting Monday evening. Members voted to give $5 to the National Fraternal Congress of America to buy a mobile unit for the Red Cross. Small purple and white flags will be purchased to mark Royal Neighbors graves on •Memorial Day. Mrs. Mae HU1, Mrs. Mabel Hunt, and Mrs. Annie Stone served lunch to the 20" members. Firemen Meet BUNKER HILL — The Praire- town Unit of the Fire District met with the Bunker Hill unit Monday evening. 'Plans were made for the Fireman's Association meeting to be held at the Legion Hall. Plans were also completed for the fish fry April 24, at St. Marys Parish Hall. City Hall Cool At Stoker Motor Fails It was a chill forenoon m the City Han today beeatiM of failure Tuo day BinHHBOBn Of f!M IHOtSf JWSfMV the healing plant 8toker< A ffiotor was ofoWio» wit WIIBH 'it arrived wrty totfay f it tatted to ftt, A ^^_^^^^ »^— ^ ^^ %te •ggono nan w ov City Clerk Putt saidjMt tmtBDla By iftjffHBBBi the btrtkfinft Began,to coot on< Tnt high wnjo of the forenoon sMfS fu the nffMn •$( M tfte tentpentun declined toward the mack* Want Ail "CBefc." Emergency Corps, Police Work Is Demonstrated Sgt. Robert Brown of the Alton police department and members of the Alton Volunteer Emergency Corps demonstrated methods of rescue work at the regular monthly meeting of Alton Leaders Club of Area Girl Scouts Monday evening. The crew of rescue men set up a realistic scene in front of the Parish House, Front and Market Sts., where the leaders met. Sgt. Brown explained the activities of the corps' and gave a history of the disasters in which the workers had participated. The uniformed men conducted the women on a tour of the equipment on display and through their rescue trailer. Doughnuts and coffee were served disaster style from a Red Cross trailer. Approximately 35 women were in attendance including guests from the Wood River area. Mrs. Leo Woods, president, announced the next meeting for May 4. Round-Corner TV Solved , G. Kister, a keen TV viewer, has found a way to see the shows from his i second floor bedroom on a downstairs set, London reports. It's all done with mirrors. One in the lounge reflects the program to a mirror set above the mantelpiece. This reflects again to a mirror at a vantage point at the top of the stairs. From here It is" reflected to yet another mirror in Kister's bedroom. TONIGHT! MACHINIST CENTER HALL 8:00 P,M, IN SUPPORT OF VANPRETER FOR YOUR AYOR HEAR THE FACTS! NO DOOR TO DOOR, OVER THE BACK FENCE, WHISPERING CAMPAIGN NO ATTEMPT TO MISLEAD, CONFUSE OR INTIMIDATE LEGAL VOTERS. VANPRETER'S STATEMENTS *, P.UIC Record-Made Openly to the People, Net to Individuals, By Personal Public Appearance and FACT-SUPPORTED NEWSPAPER STATEMENTS TRUTH WILL WIN! VILLAGERS COMMITTEE FOR THE BEST GOVERNMENT CONTINUING DtPT. 5TORLS SHOE DEPT. 20 UR SECOND SHOE WEEK BIG AFTER EASTER SHOE SALE %OFF OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED NAME BRANDS... YOU KNOW DRESS SHOES Regardless of Price—Style or Color. Hundreds of Styles to Choose From • • SHOE DEPT. OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES Medium Heels Flats Rods Blues Beiges . . . • • . . • . • • • • . Moshts VMV war* if Vtit Una Cuitomer We Give and Bw/wWwwlH

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