Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
Page 11
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PA0I TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 15, IMS Prlndpia Dean of Women to Addre** Jeney Woman 1 s Club JERSEYVlLLEf - The local Woman's dub will entertain ihc ,tun- lors, Seniors and women faculty members of the Jersey Community High School at their meeting to be held April 23 at the Methodist Church. Miss E. Olive tJavls, dean of Women of the Prlncipia College at Elsah, will be guest speaker and her subject will be "Never Underestimate the Power of a Woman". This Is the annual meeting of the Club and the business session begins at 2:30 p. m. when reports of officers and chairmen will be given and election of officers held. The afternoon program starts at 3:30 o'clock. The local Woman's Club chorus directed by Mrs. Paul W. Reddish, will furnish the music for the program. Thpy will sing three numbers, "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes", "The Land of the Sky Blue Water", and "Bless This House". Mrs. Sam Spiegelman will be accompanist. Following the meeting a reception for the guests of honor will be held In the social rooms of the church, ( Attends Christening JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. H. G. Neely has returned to her home here from Klrkwood, Mo., where she spent several days at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Carson; She attended the Christening of the Carson's younger daughter, Deborah Kay, Sunday morning at. the Presbyterian Church in Kirkwood. Dr. McClennon, pastor, officiated at the rites. Entertains At Dinner JERSEYV1LLE — Miss Sarah Griswold entertained at a pi/.za dinner Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Everetts where she has an apart* ment. Guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Parks, Miss Elizabeth Moore and Miss Lucille Hendershot. WCTU Institute Set at Jersey Rpgionnt Mprt Slated for April 24 .TER.%EYV1LLE - The regional institute of the Woman's Christ Inn Temperance Union will be held here at the Methodist Church April 24, beginning at 10 n, m. A potluck dinner will be served at noon and the aftrrnoon session will be from 1 to 3 o'clock. • Mrs. William Corwln. state director of the Institute will be guns! sponger in the mornlng^and In the afternoon the group will be addressed by Dr. Charles Wesley Ewing, radio field director for the Temperance League of Illinois. The public is invited to attend the Institute. •Jerneyvllln Notes JERSEYVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Drury of Philadelphia, Pa., will arrive Friday to visit until Tuesday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drury and with his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs, Bryan Caffery. Miss Dean Kiehnel of St. Louis was a weekend guest Of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kiehnel of Snetfeker Ave. Miss Ktehnel is on the nursing staff of St.. Mary's Hospital In East 9f, Louis. A niece of the Ktehnel's, Miss Pat Schleeper, daughter of Mrs. Hattle Schleencr of Wood River, will be graduated from St. Luke's Hospital In St. Louis on April 23. Arrives tn Korea J ERSEYVILLE, -Cpi. Jerry Zimmerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman, arrived in Korea April 5, according to a letter received by his parents. His present station is In,an area which had previously been a battle ground but is now some distance from the fighting and Is being held to prevent further invasion. Cpl. Zimmerman writes that the food there is good and living conditions are comparable with those In the Personal To Women With Nagging Backache N««ln« bftcttitctie, low of pep and energy, headachei nnd dlzzlnen* mny be due to glow- down of kidney function. Doctor* tty good kidney function It very Important to good health. When tome everyday condition, inch as (treaa and nlrnln, cause* this Important function to alow down,many folkiBufurniiir- tlna backache—feel mlnorablo. Minor bladder Irritation* due to aold or wrong diet may came nttlnic up nights or frequentpunaves. Don t neglect your kidneys If these conditions bother you. Try Down's Pllln—• mild diuretic. 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Marines and is serving in tht wlreman section of ihe rom* munlcatlom division, Ho has been in military service since Dec. 12, 1351, and before t,'oing overseas vas stationed at Camp Pendleton, Ocpanslde, Calif. Me had previously been at Quantico, Va. En route to Korea on the SS Gordon, Cpl. Zimmerman WHS a member of a I2-pleee orchestra composed of service men and other passengers on 'he ship, which furnished entertainment for the group. of Instruction f ER8EYVlLLE,-~Mrs. O m e r Erdman went to Springfield Wednesday to remain over Thurs» day to attend a school of instruction for service officers and sec- retards of Illinois Veterans Commission at St. Nicholas Motel. Mrs. Erdman is secretary in the Jersey- Calhoun office of the 1VC. Parent* of Daughter. JERSEYVILLE.~Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foster of 807 Baxter Ave., are parents of a daughter born at 8:05 a.m. Tuesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollfon. The baby weighed seven pounds, six ounces. Mrs. Foster was former- ly Miss Virginia Wheeler. C/tilinHey Swifts Return • JERSEYVlLLE.-The first large flock of chimney swifts returning from their winter sojourn in Cen» tral America arrived here Wednesday. Observers reported the flock sailed into the city about 11 a.m.. following what apparently was a delayed flight. Ixjcal natuarlists claim the chimney swift Is one \of the most interesting of our summer birds. Last season they began arriving April 15, the same dnfe as the present year. Usually their arrival is about the last week in April or the first week in May in this part, of the country. Late October sew thfifflt taking off for thetr winter sojourn. The swift is one of the spwd* lest birds on the wind "nd the migration tflp to Mttdco is DQ» Iteved to i'et}Uif6 little more than 24 hours. "eiWIWBfnp PrOCfBffl TCf JEHSEYVlLL - The May servance spor by the United Couneil of Church lowship Dty observance sporisot-ed Women, will be held at the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church May 1. There wilt be~ a poUuefc luncheon at 1 p. m, followed by a program to be announced later. The May Fellowship meeting is one of three programs sponsored during the year by the United Council of Church Woftiiti w ley County. The others are the World Day of Prayer and World Communion Day. AH women of the uomfnunity are invited to at* tend i Japanese Jtcjttw originally waa practiced wteiy 6y tfie nobility, who were thus enabled to show their jqgertority over eongnoncn even without weapottit according to the Encyclopedia Britannica, Bob Rush of the, Chicago Cubt led the National League pitchers in hitting during the 19B2 Me batted .293. ROEBUCK AND CO. give yeur furs vacation denim iklrt \ Jdunty faihfon geei from garden to beach with tqual MM. 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