Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 20
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April 16, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Pages 21 to 38 Mtmbir of Tftt Attoefatftf Prtw, fe PIT C»pjr ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, APRIL 16,1953 Bittfellstit* BETA SIGMA PHI SORORITY entertained pledges at_a preferential tea Sunday afternoon in Roxana. Pictured are Mrs. Robert Clausen, who was recently elected president, and Miss Margaret Borigan, retiring president.—Photo by Don Hayes, Willing Workers Feted at Medora MEDORA. — Mrs. Anna Carr and Mrs. Gilbert Hart were hostesses to the Willing Workers Class of the Baptist Church Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Carr. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. E. T. Rhodes had charge of the devotions and Mrs. George Straub conducted a Bible quiz. Mrs. Paul Gorham and Mrs. George Barnes provided the games for the e v e n i rvg. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Others present at the meeting were Miss Jessie Barnes, Mrs. G. W. Compton, Mrs. John Chism, Mrs. A. T. Wilton, Mrs. Truman Bowker, Mrs. H. F. Shields, Mrs. Elsie McCrellis, Mrs. Joe Babr and Mrs. Charles Strunk. Mrs. Mil ford Ryan and Mrs. Elsie McCrellis will be hostesses to the class at the May meeting. Injured in Fall MEDORA — Mrs. H. E. Challacombe was badly injured in a fall in her yard Tuesday afternoon. She sustained a broken -left shoulder and a broken right hand. Medora Notes MEDORA.-yMr. and Mrs. Homer Angel of Nebo, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watts of Kampsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watts and son, East Alton, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan. Mrs. F. E. Whitfield, who has been spending a few weeks here with her mother, Mrs. T. H. Craig, left Wednesday for her home in Le Moore, Calif. Mrs. Adolph DePasse and daughter, Sharon of East Alton spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Earl Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge and Mrs. Gus Orth spent Tuesday in St. Louis. Mrs. Harry Simmermaker of Alton called at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Mayme Rhoads, Tuesday. She had beeh to Jerseyville j and brought Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burger to their horne at Kemper after spending 10 days in a nursing home there. Mrs. Frank Poll of Springfield is here caring .for her grandson, Jerry Peebles, who is ill with scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewen of Worden Girl Feted On Eighth Birthday WORDEN. — Irma Jean Ernsl was honored on her eighth birthday with a party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ernst Wednesday afternoon. The children enjoyed an egg hunt, after which games were played. A decorated birthday cake with candles centered the table. Luncheon was served. The honoree received gifts from the guests who were Cheryl Ann Kienle, of Granite City; Mary Ann Zirges, Phyllis Wedel, Ruth Behme, Kathleen Luer, Gail Schulze, Kathryn Zirges, Janet Ludwig, Gloria Fa ye and Delores Ernst of Warden. Relatives who \v;ere guests were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ohm; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ernst and daughters", Phyllis and Judith, and son, Carl; Orville Ohm, of Alhambra, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ernst and son, Harold of New Douglas. East Alton, and Mr. and Mrs Fred Halse of Nebo, visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs William Morgan. Bethalto Officers Named Mrs, Louise Nave Heads Round Table Group BETHALTO. — Officers for the coming year were elected by members of the Round Table Class of Methodist Church, Tuesday eve* Officers elected were Mrs. Louise Nave, president; Olen Schoeneweis, vice president;" Mrs. Helen Pointer, secretary, and Jim Grish- «m, treasurer. A Family Life Week will, be Started by the club at thn May 12 meeting and will feature R potluck supper for all members and their families. It was announced lhal any member who wishes to help support the high school boy In the Methodist Mission in Bidar, India, should contact the newly-elected treasurer, .Tim Grisham. Visits Here After 40 Year* BETHALTO — Mrs. Nora Osten- dorph, daughter of a former Bethalto mayor and school teacher here 53 years ago, is visiting old friends and relatives after an absence of 40 years. She makes her home in Glendale, Calif. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, and taught in the Bethalto Grade School when it was a four-room affair and.the fire department: was in the bucket- brfeade stage. She remembers the population of Bethalto as ''about 800 people." She married Merman Osten- dofph, wno was born and raised In Bethalto, and Hi 1913 they left for California. Their son, Dr. ,L E. Ostendorph, has settled In Glendale. She hopes to see more of the pupils who attended her classes in the 1898*900 period and possibly a teacher who also taught at that time, Mrs. Mary Moore Uzzell of Granite City. She Is a guest at the Kllsper- mann residence, 220 Central St, Trackmen Named BETHALTO - High school athletes who will participate In the Roxana Invitational Tournament Friday at Roxana have been selected by Mark Perrin, conch. Those selected for the dashes are Harkey, Roberts, Bruce, Moss, Evans, Kndlc'ott, Turnbeaugh and Martin. Junior Campbell and Al Maynard will run the mile and Brinkman and Schulte will compete in the hurdles. High-jumpers are Houser, Brinkman and Endicott; pole vault, Harkey and Ford; shot put, KirkPatrick; discus, Endicott and Neunaber; BSD-relays, Harkley, Roberts, Bruce and Houser; mile relay; Endicott, Evans, Moss and Wallace, and broad jump, Bruce, Houser and Endicott. 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