Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
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RVBNIN0 T»LBORAPH THURSDAY, APRIL It* S98» WtfMKINC WK "THE SHOW SHOP"-Pivi of the principal characters in "The Trying Place," ens of three one-act plays to be presented Friday night In the Fast Alton-Wood River Community High School auditorium, are shown rehearsing one of the scenes of Booth Tarlrington'-, famous comedy-romance. Left to right: - Myra Gerde r ., Dennis Hudson, Pat Suhling, Jim Hord and Ginger Walmsley. The entire production, last of the season at the school, begins at 8 p m. Two orhfr One-act plays, "The Monkey's Paw," and "The Red Velvet Goal" will be staged, along with numbers by the school's mixed ensemble and Senior boy,' quartet. The production, named "flic Shop," is under the direction of Richard Claridge Srhreier photo. jhow fljver Alton Lake Events and Roamin* the Piasn Country Lf> BRAND Fishing Seasons A, Department ot Conservation bulletin stated that there are few closed seasons and size limitations on fish in Illinois. -However, there are some regulations which protect a few species during spawning season. The closed seasons vary In each state zone, so it Is suggested that anglers consult their fish and game code book for exact dates. For It's Militello's hi Better Shoes I WORK- CHILDREN'S- MEN'S— MILITELLO SHOE STORE 1 Wt«t Ferjimon—Wood River example: Trip srnftllmrmlh unrl Kpnl.ucky hnss «en*on l« closed until Mhy 15, in the nouthern zone. Scnplnno Hrlftod Awny If you should see a seaplane drifting on Alton Lake, there is a posilbility 1h«1: It belong to "Kd" Wilson, St. I/)UlR radio announcer. That in, If history repeats Itself. A few weeks ngo, h* landed his seaplane on the lake and after tying the era ft to shore, the lines came loose. As the seaplane drifted away, Wilson waded waist de.ep Into the oold water and pulled It hack to shore, "ft was my first swim of the year," Wilson said over the radio. Built Itaftort (lamp _Mr. and Mrs. R. L c Eden, formerly of East Alton, moved to Oakland, Ark., near Bull Shoals Lake, last June, and built a hunting and fishing camp which they named Spring Creek Lodge. They report that fishing has been good all winter and Is even better now. Crappie weighing up to three pounds are being caught near there. Eden reports that a 12V 2 pound bass was landed near their camp in February. The Edens offer housekeeping cabins, sleeping rooms and meals for sportsmen*, and extend an invitation for Altonians to visit their camp. Resort Camp IMamiml , Another couple plans to btlild a resort camp at Norfolk Lake near Gamaliel, Ark., this year, Mr. and Mrs. R. (Bob) Swann, 1005 Kdwardsville Rd., Wood River, bought a home and grounds near the lake and will begin construction of modern, air-conditioned cabins during the next few weeks. They will move to their new home soon, and plan on having the camp in operation about June 1. The Swanns haven't decided on a name for their camp yet. Pinna Country Drive Herbert K. Wagenfeldt and his father, Kdward, both of 618 East Twentieth St., drove through many areas in Calhoun County in hopes of seeing apple trees in bloom, last Sunday. They failed to see any apple blossoms hut enjoyed seeing many pear and peach blossoms. The apple trees are scheduled to blossom about: April 23-30. River HolloiiiB for Lfuuio The. Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, is accept ing bids until April .10, for leases on eight tracts of ground near the new Chain of Rocks Canal. The tracts range in size from eight 1o 60 acres. Further information ran be obtained at the District Engineer's office, 420 Locust St. Louis 2, Mo. tooke* ftuMoit Speak* Catually in fitoiE-soFT COMPANION Cream with Tropic Tan • All-over Red. en an air foam > float you through tummtr. 121 W. THUD ST. 'a Club Organized By KampMville Parish KAMPSV1LLK. An enthusiastic group of men from St., Anselrh's sarish met here Tuesday evening to form an usher's club for the church. Twenty-five members were chosen to form the club. Otto Retzer Jr., was elected chairman of the group with Aloys Schleoper as vice flhalrman. These two men, together with trustees Toe Rauman and George Wirth and the pastor, Rev. John Hatch- ford, will form the executive committee of the club. The group will be divided Into five squads, each of which will choose a captain from .their num- her. Tt will be the duty of the five men to serve a week in any necessary capacity In the work and meetings of the church. The groups will thus alternate for this weekly service. Preparations are under wny for the dinner which St. Anselm's parish will serve to the public on Apple 'Blossom Sunday April 26. Hivrdln Notes ITARDTN.—Charles and Ixiuls Jones of Mozier were Hardiri visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Gilbert Charllon of Mo/.ier and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Johnson of Jerseyville, were in town Wednesday. Mrs. Charlton said her husband was seriously 111 at the Carrollton hospital. E. J. Flinn of Galesburg was calling on friends and customers here Wednesday. The, musical program at the high school was well attended Tuesday evening. The entertainment was all furnished by Prof. Phlllipi's students. FMcllty By Mi WDWLtTT — Thfl Hev. Harold Akin, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore, Mr. and Mfl, Date Moore and ohllrfrrm, Mr, ind Mm, Hugh Mooro and family, Melvtrt Wte- gnnd, Mr«. Charlen Swanner and rtfttiRhter, Flrrrfnee, Mrs, Ocnw Bell, Judy and Knthryn Motfgj Mfn. Ocnpla Humbrmv and the Misses Bettc Davis and Normft Atteberry nftended fhf revival meeting at the Delhi Baptist Church Monday night. Mm. Richard Coleman, Mrs. t^s- He Shinn and Mrs. Eugent Cole- MttthrtromHtmteriftaving Good Lock In Cafltotm HARtJW - AlthtnifTi trie iprtng wpdtnW has hwn vefy wet awl cold, It seems that when thewtsun arriv^formushroems ttwst harty man vialted the former's br%th«f, Edward MoKeroan, who la R tmtient, at tha Barnard Hospital In At. Ltnifl, Sunday, Mr. McKcrnan underwent surgery Saturday and In improving satisfactory. Mrs. William Webb was taken to the naming Nuraing Home In Jerseyvllle Sunday, Her daughter, Mrs, J. ,Mi Pfyl, who hai been horfl the past week, returned to her home In St. Louli. fungi will sprint up, Although Jthera have been no reports of phBWOHilnHu finds, M Is th§ case Ifl soffift scasonn, several pfopte have fapoTted finding all the mushrooms they could ute. Th« first of such finds repotted was Raster Sunday when Sam Geske'a children mrexpfectedly ran across a stand of mushrooms white playing along the edge ot a fleM. Naturally, this started othen look' ing. Many have had good lurk hunting for thi red variety In the bottoms and on the Islands, Old orchards In this area used to be happy hunting grounds for mushrooms hunters, but very few may be found In these spots now. No one knows why this Is the ease, but most suspect that the ferti- lizers aud'chemteals used In orefc ard culture m unfavorable for the mushroom propafatton, The unittd Staler Stock of end was 8.8 Mtlten trafhetf Jtfl, 1, 10B8 which wm 0 per cent higher tMn A -BUDGET SERVICl DIPT WOULD TOO LIRE TO BE OUT OF DEBT? DO YOU HAVE MORt BILLS THAN MONEY? LIT US SHOW YOU HOW YOU CAN BECOMI OIBT-fltfl! DIAL S-fi tl 4101.1HOADWAY See our gay, embroidered denim playmates for your romp in the sun! only 1.95 to 0.95 LOOK! 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