Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, ALTON KVBN1NG TBtBORAPH dub Women Elect At Carlinville ** Mrt, If alter New President OfSlitDtetrfot CARTJNV1LLR. -MM. Theater? A. Halter of Springfield was etert- erf president of the Mat district of the Illinois Federation of Women's dubs at the 54th annual meeting of the district held here Wednesday. MfS. Mailer succeeds Mrs. Victor Wiese of Carllnvtlle, who served In that capacity for the last two .years. Other officers elected for the next two years were Mrs. Frank Weltekamp, Stonlngton, as first vice president, and Mrs. George t>aigh, Springfield, as corresponding secretary. The new officers were installed by Mrs. Wade Reese, Chicago, president of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, nt the close of Ihe afternoon Session. Approximately 300 members were In attendance at the meeting .held In the First Methodist Church. The business of the meeting was In charge of Mrs. Wiese. Greetings were extended by Mrs. Sterling LiUlepage, president of the local club. Members of the local club served as hostesses. Mrs. John Russell, the incoming president, of the local club, had charge of Ihe general arrangements . /or the meeting. She was asStSted by the following chairmen: Registration, Mrs. Ernest Reiher; reservations, Mrs. I. H. Bernhardt; table, Miss Bertha Fieker, and decoration, | Mrs. Clara Wynn. The pages were Miss Jane Wiese, Mrs. Kitty Potter, Mrs. Amy McElhiney and Mrs. Barbara McCulla, of Cadin- ville. • •—"••^•^••^^•^••i^^^ ^^^t^fc^^»^^^^^^^^^^l^^^~ 9II1UIIHUI SWA SttfPMAN - Mf. and Mrs. Hat* ry Sfowi were guests Sunday of Mf. and Mrs. frank Wheeler of Carlinville. Harry Lay, who has been a medical patient at Alton Memorial Hospital, returned Sunday to the home of his brother, Woodrmv, near Fidelity. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Strohbeck and sons of Fosterhurg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schoeneman were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Orlle Bouillon of Pias«. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lynch and Home Economic club met Tuesday at the Baptist churoh> with Mrs. William Harmon and Mrs. Clifton Devenlng as leaders. Officers elected werex Maryln Berry, president, Janet Hawk, vice president; Shirley Sears, secretary and treasurer; Gloria Hawk; reporter, Barbara Sears, Bnb Devenlng and Anna Marie Hanks, recreational leaders; Judith Ashlock, song leader. The next meeting will be April 28th with Mrs. Devening. Mrs, Myrtle Lynch visited Stpidiy *tth Mr. and Mrs. B"l tfeyeft 111 of Mr. «nd Mrs. Albert Furflfccfig* ler of Staunton were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Flte. Mrs. W. S. Huddlesfun and Velma were In Alton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kfause and daughters, Roberta and Betty, of JeraeyvllJe were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hallldny and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Afternoon guests were Pvl. and Mrs. John Reno and Mrs. Mabel Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hall of Carrollton were sgptaer guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jenkins. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Schoeneman and Billy. John O'Sullivan and Mrs. Frances Reader of St. Louis visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Laffey Mon| day. j Mrs. Ellen Lynch and Miss Alice Lynch visited Miss Mary Maxwell and Miss Jennie and Lola Howard of Carllnvllle, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Shultz were supper guests Monday of their diughter, Mrs. James Akers am! family, of Gillesple in observance of the birthday of Mrs. Akers,* Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Welsh and son and Mrs. Wilbur Kahl were In St. Louis Monday. Capt. and Mrs. Robert Candler Jr., and son, Robert, ttt, and daugh* ler, Leei Ellen, were guests Tuesday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Candler. Mr. and Mrs. IT. M. Shultz were in St. Louts Monay. Capt. Candler who has been sta- IWnetf at Kllleen, Texas Is hemg transferred to Newfoundland. Fred Burrh of the United States Navy at San Mego, Calif., arrived Tuesday on account of the death of his father, Leo W. Burch. want A«* "Cite*" (ton MtftttS. The minister wore sea boots and a fisherman's blue Jersey at a recent service in the Baptist Church at Plttonweem, (Fife), Scotland. It was the thanksgiving for the Harvest of the Seas and FRIDAY and SATURDAY LAST TWO DAYS TO SAVE Kane KANE—-Elizabeth Chapter No.: 17, OES, met Tuesday night In: observance of Past Matrons night. The *Past Worthy Matrons filled the chairs. The altar was draped in memory of Mrs. Clark Com-1 brink who died March 27. Those i on the cpmmHtee of the April: meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur i Campbell, Mrs. Orville Darr, Mrs i Leo Ozbun, Dale Burch, Mrs. Har-; ley Hanks, Mrs. Culver Reynolds I Refreshments were served. The potluck dinner club met i Wednesday with Mrs. Kemielhi Barringer, and present were Mrs i Ivan Shackleford, Mrs. Charles] Tompkins, Mrs. O. B. 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