Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 8
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April 16, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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V THUMDA Y, A Win, it 1M» MR. AND MRS, ROBERT VIERECCE wr re rndrnrd rrcenlly by justice of the Peace 0. W. Vernor in Wood Rivor. The bride is the former Mrs. Elsie Osborne.—Marshall Studio photo. CLARENCE BASHAM AND HIS BRIDE, tho former Mi-,s jotta Sue Long, arc pictured following thnir marriage which took place rp- cenlly in Bethalto. The Rev. C. II. Carlton officated.—Marshall Studio photo. MR.'AND MRS. W; I. HOUOWAY were married April 11 in the Edsf Alton Methodist Church. The bride is the former Mildred Simmons, of Alton.—Photo by Photo Art Shop. North Alton AS A R CO CLUB ANNUAL MEETING—The fourth annual meeting of the Federal Plant Chapter of the American Smelting & Refining«Co. ASARCO Twenty- Five Year Club was held in the Facilities Building. During the past year, three members retired; Conrad H. Weishaupt after 44 years of service; Joseph Cuerra after 40 years, and Charles E. Veatch after 28 years of service. At the time of retirement, gold watches were presented to these members--Folmer photo, i 3ffice Occupation Club Dinner Host LORENA AVE. PTA OFFICERS — Three of the four new officers of the lorena Ave. PTA who will be installed at a banquet at Lewis-Clark Cafeteria Tuesday night are shown-above together with the retiring president, Left to right are: John Deanng, trea i ,uirr; Mrs. William More vice -pre 1 , ident; Mrs. Lloyd Dildine, president; and Mrs. Claience C'ota, retiring president. Mi:,. Russell Lhappell, retary, was unable to be piesent when the picture was lattv Staff pholo. ec- OUN QUARTER CENTURY CLUB BANQUET at Ow,f I lotc-l. St. Louis, Wednesday night, honored John M Dim, president, for 40 ycar^ vr'r.,ct; v/ith the (cn.ridny New officers, IHr lo right A, L. Schwart/.beck, secretary-treasurer, who \\di ttflecteo, i>r.t \n.e pi evident, C A. layior, second vice president, E. A Nave, prf ident, Vicior Unieibnnk Legion Women of Bunker Hill Meet BUNKER HIUr-Members of the Legion Auxiliary met at the home Of MW. Carl Lucking Tuesday evening. It was announced that Louise iteMcamp had been chosen to go to Q!rl8' State at McMuiray Col- )fg* June 16-24. Wilma Sauerwein WtU h» UM* alternate. It WM VOted to give $5 to the fU4 ClOftS and $5 to the Cancer 4riv*. Qo» thousand poppies are to It •Nepal to be sold for Me- D«y. the Auxiliary voted I to award an Americanism modal to one Bunker Hill and one Woodburn girl in the graduating (last. Mrs. Paul ScTOggins resigned as president. The vice- president Mrs J. R. Carnahan uill serve the rest of the year. Mrs. August Kaesli- mer and Mrs. lien iYnsterman were co-hostesses with Mrs. Luek- mg. Setting Club BUNKER HILL Knibb, EdwardsvUle Cyn Pay, MJV U. VV. Rehri'iis Jr Mrs. Tom Stadelman. Mrs. R. E. Riggi, Mrs. Libby Stephenson. Mrs. O. C. Weidner. Mrs. Carl Behrens, Mrs. Gilbert Fah.-enkrog, and Mis- Ross Myers, members of tfae Sewing Club, were guest* of Mrs. Albert Miss Kath- Mrs. John Morris Wednesday at a 1 o'clock luncheon. Bunker Hill Not** BUNKER HJLL-*'. A. Rich and Paul Wisch attended an annual Tl : meeting in CarlinvuMe Wednesday evening. Mrs. William Kommick who suf fered a broken leg and arm in a fell at her home over a month agp and who has been a patient at St Joseph's Hospital, returned bom Tuesday. Due to wobbling ol the earth on its axis, tome start that were visible to aatients of southern Europe cannot be seen from of tb« f»rtb today. Pupil Workers Meet With Part-Time Bosses The Office Occupation Club of Alton Hjgh was host at the annual mployer-employe dinner Wednes- ay night at the YWCA banquet oom with Walter T. Woodcock, xecutive director of the Greater Vlton Association of Commerce, as he guest speaker. He used as his opic "What Do We Mean—Private Enterprise." There were 78 pres- nt with Frances Layton. club president acting as toastmistress or the dinner. Special guest introduced included 3. C. Davis, High School principal. Homer F. Ely, office occupations coordinator. William V. Stork, committee chairman, C. R. Wright, administrative assistant in charge of vocational education, David laggard, alumnus and immediate >ast president of 1952. Arthur Bru- >aker offered the invocation and l Pruitt led in community sing- ng. Pruitt is also the president of the Illinois Office Occupation Association. The following employers were ntroduced by the senior students A f ho are working part time in these irms learning first hand the prac- ical side of commerce as part ol heir education: Midwest Accounts Service. Jospph L. Sinner and Mrs. Genelle Vliller; Sid Drake Tires, Thomas rVeber; Alton Gately's. Miss Maza Vlurer; Mid-States Finance, Raj L,uken: American Cancer Society Mrs. Constance Slay: 'Boy Scout? of America, Max Clark: Ttolloi Service Station, William R. Rollei Jr.; Coca-Cola Rottling Co.. Loo Chappell; Illinois Bell Telephone ., R. L. Holzbach; Sears, Roebuck & Co., Mrs. Irene Slagel, and L. A. Flure; Representing the YWCA, Mrs Ruth Bohn; Houston Optical Co. Dr.|C. O. Houston; Younu's. C. V Nance; YMCA. Arthur Brubaker; Adams Printing Co., Homei Adams; Alton Banking & Trus Co., Frank L. Riskorski; Ofberson Insurance Agency, D. F. Giberson Western Cartridge Co.. James R Sniller; Clara Barton School. B. H Campbell; Lincoln Grade School Miss Ruth Schofiold; West Junior High Si-hail, Robert L. Harlnw Illinois Bell Telephone Co., Mrs Mary Tavlor; Laclede Steel Co Walter K. Widenhoefer:: Dental Credit Bureau, MUs Cichlai; H. C. Lytton and Co.. W A. Sundin; Hotel Stratford. Karl J Gaylord; McKinley Grade School Mrs. Irene Wilson; Haskvll House Mrs. Catherine Gray; Alton Memorial Hospital. Mri. Marine Tom lln«on and the First National Ban) and Trust Co., J. Homer Kennedy Brotherhood Dinner Tonight Men's Brotherhood of the North Alton Baptist Church will have a dinner meeting at 6:30 tonight at he church. The Rev. Dr. William erdue of the Winstanley Bap'tist Church, East St. Louis will be the guest speaker. Ladles Aid Meet Ladies Aid Society of Melville Congregational Church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Vilbur McKee at 441 Bellvlew Ave. following a short business session, the group decided to hav'e the next meeting Wednesday, May :3, at the home of Mrs. Harry Nickel on the Alton-Jerseyville Rd. ["he women are to bring cookies 'or the servicemen at Scott Air Force Base. Brownies To See Telecast Brownie Troop 38 of McKinley School met Wednesday at the school. During the business session the girls made plans for a trip to St. Louis to watch the telecast of the Wranglers Club on Friday May 1. The girls took permission slips to the parents. The slips must be signed and returned at next Wednesday's meeting. Karen Bedwill was elected president for the month. Other officers named were Glenda Trivitt, secretary, and Nancy Spalding treasurer. The girls learned a new re- ay game. Mrs. Leroy Boedeker assisted Mrs. Carl Bedwill with the troop program. Judy Buffinton was lostess for nibbles. The meeting was closed with the Brownie Smile song. , Den Meetings Den 3 of Cub Scout Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harvey Gowan at 404 Brentwood Blvd. The boys worked on their project for the pack meeting. They are making Hawaiian leis. They also had a discussion about the Hawaiian Islands,, pack theme for April. The meeting was closed with the Living Circle ceremony and the Promise. Den 4 of Pack 7 met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. John Paul at 2418 Willow St. Mrs. Paul explained the pack meeting theme on the Hawaiian Islands. She also announced plans for the summer program. The boys worked on Hawaiian leis for their project. Henry Rodgers, den chief, led the boys in a game period and the closing ceremonies, the pledge to the flag and.the Living Circle. MR. AND MRSrEMMiff COLLINS were married Saturday morning in rectory of SS. Peter and Paul's Church, The Rev. T. J. Cough officiated. Mrs. Collins is the former Miss Ceraldine Starkey. —Wiseman photo. , STRANDED FAMILY LOST FROM PROCESSION—This family of seven children and papa and mama was en route to the onion harvest fields in Indiana when funds ran low in Alton. Here are shown Ramona, Rosario. Rauf, Reynaldo and Mr. and Mrs. Jose Rangel. In the station wagon were the other three children. The car's front end was wrecked in a collision Tuesday.—Staff photo. STATION WAGON HOTEL — The interior of the station wagon driven by Jose Rangel is fitted up with beds for the smaller children, Rosemary, Rita and Rebecca. The family became lost from a caravan en route to Indiana har\est fields, and stopped here to get aid.—Staff photo. If a diver were able to descend six miles into ocean depths, he would have to withstand six tons of pressure against every square inch of, his body. Two Fire Calls Are Listed by Department Included among fire calls answered by the Alton department Two Hartford Police Offkwi Resign Posts HARTFQRI>-James Hall, chie ol police, and Fdgtr EUperman special police officer, have resigned from the Hartford police department. D*lm*r A4»m« will act at chief of iKtlice until May 1 when a new ou» will b* appointed. jt WM tnnamu*4 by the village that UM C- i' ScbtQSseir auditing firm had been given a contract to tudit th» village books for the y*r. WHAT CMS ON IIM1NO THi HAT? - Th<s is the final movement in the Mexican hat dance, performed in this case by Joan Whittieman and Jim Carstens at West Junior TuticJay when the Spanish classes presented a program.—Staff photo. Wednesday afternoon and today was one at 5:10 p. m. Wednesday" to 2515 Ida St., the residence of Dorothy Ingram, where No. 2 and 4 companies' and the ladder truck crew^foiuu} an oil heater had flared. There was no fire damage, Chief Lewis said. At mid-morning today, No, 1 and 2 companies and the ladder truck responded to 624Vi E. Third St. to investigate a report of overheated electric wires. There was no fire, Asst. Chief Grable reported. 10,000 YARDS OF NEW SPRING & SUMMER FABRICS Beautiful Voiles . , 79c Wovtn Gingham ...... 79e • 49c CrlnklfPIIsM ;,,.*,., 69c-49c Frosted Organdy • 69c Chambrayt ...... 79c-69c-49c Waff It Piqut B9c Printed Waffle Pique 69c Tissue Ginghams » , . . 79e * 69c • 59c Summer Weight Suitings MS • 1.25 • 9Se SaUna "Linens" 79c EmbroUtrUt .... 1.2S-9Sc.|9c PUN SWc Shantung 1.73 MUNANTS VIIY CHEAP 5IMHICITY MTTIINS PAUL'S FABRICS 1 IMITATI ^^<HI 9 ^PwWp PiBi^W

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