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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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\ PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH IATURDAY, APRIL IS, 1933 Hospital Motes AftOft Mertlwul Tmnlmrnl Miss SWrley Oaddy, 3420 oillham EdwHI Buzan, 3106 Burton. Tonl Bryant, 216 Whitelflw. Wood River. Officers Elected By Brighton PTA To [Spend Raymond Mitchell, 2113 Johnson. Joseph Kennedy, 140 E. 2nd St.. Roxana. Mrs. Loin Kcasinger, .107 Henry. ftennmctl For 1953-54 Term Mrs. Anna Kran*. 1710 Slate, Mllford Blair. 644 East Fifth. Wesley Lehnen, nethnlto. Fred Ooddarri. Kdwardsvillr. OrvillP White. CollnRP Hills. John Wlnship. 2815 Crnnrivlmv. John Whillpn. '{."'14 Mayfiold. Mlchollp Cecil, JW7 Knsl Acton. Wnod Ulvpr. Sharon Knrtkamp. 62S Kasl Elf gen. Mrs. Bessie Pnllard, 2407 Brown. Mrs. Mary Tarrnnt, Cottage 1 fills Miss Evelyn Pipkin, Coif n go Hills. Owen Cross, Collage Hills. Mrs. Mae Hill, 251fi Washington. Mrs. David Boyd and infant, son, 1520, Highland. St. Joseph 9 * Medical Treatntnnl Mrs. Etfie J. Schoeffel, Roul.fi 2, Godfrey. Charles F. Westerhold, Route 1, East Alton. Nathan Shelby, 115 Piasa. Miss Sherry Easter, Collage Hills. Robert. Tolliver, .1653 Western. Mrs, Anna Patterson, 1214 Flor ence. Mrs. Grace Boiling, 2302 Humbert. , Mrs. Mary Beach, Route 3, Jersey vi lie? Mrs. Mnhel Whitfleman, 25S Madison. Michael Hurst, 3215 Duco. Surgical Treatment . Mrs. Dymplex Boyd, Danville. Mrs. Olive Janssen, Route 3, Bethalto. Miss Judy Fields, Route 2, Godfrey. Mark Sievers, Route 1, Godfrey. Mrs, Roanna Spencer, 102 Twelfth, Wood River. John Cunningham 1 , 1214 Hampton, t Brighton Trustees Approve Motor Fuel Tax Program Seniors Present Play at Metfora Miss Billie Buehlman, 2203 Orchard. Herbert Cope, G West Elm. Earl Dduglas Gross, 3422 Rohin. Mrs. Florence Heinemann, 2404 LaSalle. Mrs. Wanda Geraldine Holmes, 1209 East Sixth. Frank Charles Koehne, 2607 Norlh Rodgers. Mrs. Marie Lantz, 1731 Rodgprs. Mrs. Marie Ledhel.ler, 3000 Mav- field. Mrs. Lasetta Ellen Lohr, Godfrey. Mrs. Eleanor Markham and infant son, Route 1, Granite City. Floyd Richardson, "J:',85 Ka'slon. Mrs. Minnie Seguar, Route J, Granite Cify. Mrs. Emma Joaneft.e Wall and infant daughter, Edwardsville. Richard Widaman, 508 Spring. Granville Shaw, Roulo 1, Alton. Nathaniel Williamson, 2215 Elizabeth. Wood Hirer Toiunsftip WOOD RIVER TOWNSHIP Surgical Treatment Nancy Ruth Hose, 61 Madison. Mrs. Mary M. Harmon, 118 Seventh, Roxana. Medical Treatment Edward C. Heubach, 3610 Cor- ohado Drive, Alton. Mrs. Marjorie A. Crinkey, 520 Sering, Alton. Raymond O. Gooch, Bethallo, Mrs. Grace A. Arnold, 300 North Central. Mrs. Jo Ruth Phillips, 543 Maple, East Alton. Dismissals Nancy Rutli Hose, 61 Madison. Howard Daniels, 403 Kast Hallor, East Alton. Mrs. Haxel Diamond, 4 r >0 Hamilton. Mrs. Martha F. Hill, 201 Picker. Kane Church Services Announced for Sunday KANE —Sunday school convenes ai 9:45 a.m. Sunday at the Methodist Church. At 10:45 a.m. the RPV. Waller R. Pruilt, Carrolllon, will preach and the local pastor, Rev. C. I.. Peterson, \vill speak at the Methodisl Church in Carrollton, AI 7:.'!() an organ recital will ho Riven hy Paul 11. Miller, St. Louis. M 10:30 a.m. W. K. Berry will hav« charge of the services at the Church of Christ. Sunday school at the Baptist Church svill be at 9:'I5 a.m. At 10:45 a.m. Rev. William Sea lock will speak. BVF meeting ui|| be at 6:.'!0 p.rn. and family gospel hour will he at 7:30. Junior Woodmen Meet -- The Junior Modem Woodmen mei Thursday night in Ihe Legion Hall. Twenty-five wer° present. Mrs. Clifton Dcvenmg is the leader. The meeting was opened by the president, Joyce Harmon. Plans for a mothers parls in May were ''completed and refreshments were served. Wordon WOKDtIN — The Rex. W. L. SleJJwagen attended a pastoral conference at Red Bud this week There will be a sacred conceit this evening at the Lutheran Church given by 43 students from Concordia College of Milwaukee Wis., under the direction of Harold Albers. The public is invited Th* R0v. Adair of St. Louis will TmrnHTON At the meeting of Ihe Parent Tparher Association .Thursday evpnlng In the grade school, .present officers were re- plpclpd for anothpr Iprm, Mrs. Otis Shake Is president; Miss Pearl Snrius. vice president; Mrs. Harold Knapp, secretary, and Mrs. j Paul Hnle, treasurer. i W. Stewart Williams, of Spring- i field, field reprcspnlative of Ihe ; Illinois Education Association, was guest, sppakpr. In line with HIP theme of the meeting, which was "Improving Human Relationships." Mr. Williams outlined "Five, t/joks At Life," w,hleh he slated were n look Into the past, a look forward, a look around, n look within and a look upward. A group of second grade pupils sang several selections, directed by .John Honons. The balance of the program was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Ofto .Tacoby, Unit 9 band and chorus directors. Sharon Oer- lel entertained with tap and ballet dancing; Sandra Jones, Carole Stewart and Janice Rolhe gave a baton routine; and Ihe.re was n saxaphone solo by Donald Well, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. L. M. Well. The second grade, which Is fought by Miss Adeline Bauer, re-| ceived the attendance award, having 14 parents present. Mrs. R. R. Mcachem reported on Ihe benefit dance sponsored by the Room Mothers on April 10. and staled profits amounted to $5)0.60. Rpfreshmenfs of doughnuts and coffee were served in the school lunchroom. Pro-School OniMift Being Takon BRIGHTON. — Pupils in Ihe grade school and fhc three rural schools in the communily — Bolt, Lnux, and Sterling, are assisting in conducting a census to determine the number of pre-school age children in Ihe communily The pupils are distributing Information blanks to all homes where there are young children, which the parents are asked to complete and return as soon as possible. Artyone not receiving a questionnaire is requested to communicate with MisT Pearl Sarius, as it is desired to make the census as complete as possible. The information obtained will help to determine the probable enrollment to be expecled in the first grade during <he next: sl.v years. Allowance, of course, will have to be made for incoming and outgoing families in Ihe communily. This census shou'd he completed within the next two weeks, Church Nolos BRIGHTON. -The Rev. Kenneth G. Bower will speak on Ihe Book of Ester at: morning worship in the Presbyterian Church at 10 a.m. Church school convenes at 0 a.m. Junior Westminster Fellowship will meet at: 6:30 p.m., and at 7:30 p.m. the senior WF will entertain the Jerseyville Westminster Fellowship. "The Key lo Salvation" is the sermon topic selected by the Rev. A. L. Schieler for the 10:30 a.m. worship service in the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church. Chinch school convenes at 9:,'1() a. m. Monday evening, Ihe Sunday .school teachers will attend a training school meeting at the Eden E. & R. Church in Edwardsville. .The Rev. Paul Mabry will 1 preach in Ihe St\ Paul Methodist Church at 10:40 a.m. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m., MVF at 15:31) p.m.. and 1 evening worship, 7:30. Sunday masses at HIP St. Alphonsus Church are at 8 nnd 10 a.m. The Rev. Phillip Newman is pastor. llrij;litnn Notes j BRIGHTON. - - Roscoe Sisk of i Harrisburg, uncle of Mrs. Homer Lively, is visiting with the Lively family. Mr. and Mrs, John Wilson and son, Charles, of Piasa, spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. 'Homer Lively. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Montague, who rnolorcc' to Rloominglon Tuesday to visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. V. Montague and family, returned home Thursday. Tliey were accom- ! panied by Mrs. Alicia Tcnhibhen. Brighton Grade School pupils enjoyed a matinee showing of the senior class play in the high school gymnasium Thursday afternoon. Elsah Township Cancer Fund Drive This Weekend ELSAH — E. L. Murphy, chair-' man of the Cancer Crusade in Elsah township, announced today that Ihe drive for funds would be conducted in the township this weekend. Following is a list of the solid- Mr, and Mrs. Archie Smith, Herman Elliott, Mrs. William Schnure, Mrs. Lawrence Finkes Jr., Mr. George Hohnsbrhn, and Mrs. Jesse Farmer. A house to bouse canvass for' funds will be made, Murphey said. [ — The senior rlnss of thr Medorn High Sehonl pr«- spnl.rd«"Ksrort Trouble", n three- aet eomody, Thursday evpnlng in the hlRh srhr>ol gym. The east included Tfenry Roberts, Robert Sanders, Delorrs Sent). Irna.jean llembrow, Kenneth Stanton, Wayne Brooks, I.ela Tapprirh, Vera YounK, Sylvia Carroll, and Virginia Chism. Myrtle I.ee Johnson sane "Summer Time" and Shirley Slrauh "The Desert Song." Mrs, Ol(?n Jneohy accompanied them. J. A, Xebio, director and sponsor, and Mrs. Frances Hook, assistant direclor, were presented gifls between acts by Irnagean Hembrow of the senior class in appreciation of their efforts In coaching the play. Mm. .fonr.d Undergoes Surjcrry MKDORA Mrs. Shelby Jones, who entered SI. Kliilibeth's Hos- pllal, Cranile City. Wednestlay, underwent, surgery T h u r s d a y morning. Bunco Chih Meets MKDORA — Mrs. Wayne Chism was hostess to her bunco eluh Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Curl Kldredge, Mrs. Klslon Oaffney and Mrs. Harold Tucker won pri/es Others present were: Mrs. Nelson Robinson, Mrs. Milford ftowker, Mrs. I.eroy daffney, and Mrs. Thomas (laffney. The May meeting will be with Mrs. Thomas Gaffncy. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Church Announcements MKDORA -- Rev. CJ. W. Comp- lon will preach at Ihe Baplisl Church Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school is at 9:15 a.m., BTU at fi:30 p.m. At the Methodist Church Rev. J. J. Seiher will preach at !):<15 a.m. with Sunday school following. MYF meeting is at 7 o'clock. He will he at Piasa at 11 a.m. and 7:.'W p.m. Rev. Kenneth Rauer will preach at the Summerville Presbyterian Church at 31:20 a.m. Sunday school convenes at 10:15 a.m. At Bethel Baptist Church Rev. Meredith Thomas will preach at. 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 and Junior BYF at 7 o'clock. Sunday school at: the Kemper Baptist; Church is at 10 a.m. Mass at St. John's Catholic Church is at 9:30 a.m., conducted by Rev. Father Francis O'Hara. Kn to plains Senior Class MKDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders entertained the members of the Senior class and some of the faculty members at their home near Kemper following the senior class play Thursday night. Present were: Virginia Chism, Vera Young, Imajean Hembrow, Delores Scott, Sylvia Carroll, Lester Cox, Walter Wagenblast, Wayne Brooks, Kenneth Stanton, Henry Roberts, Robert Sanders, seniors; Cecil Cross, Shirley Smith, Elaine Burke, Nellie Howard and Patricia Farent, Shipman; Carey Tribble, Carrolllon; William Jones. Wood River; Melvin Bowman, Floyd Da IT, Kenneth Sanders, J. A. Zebio, John Anderson, Robert (Jolt and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kuebrick, faculty; Mrs. Joe Melcalfe, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Metcalfe and Dianne and David, Chesterfield and Mrs. David McKee. Hostess to Canasta Club MKDOHA — Mrs. Nelson Tar- Khi'lta was hostess to her canasta club Thursday evening. Prixes went to Mrs. H. F. Shields, Mrs. \V. D. Cihvorlh and Miss Kalhryn Lighlner. The hostess served" refreshments. The next meeting will be with Mrs. \V. D. Cilworlh in May. Others present at Hie meeting were: Mrs. Wendell Warner, Mrs. Melvin Bennett. Mrs. Vernon Maska, Mrs. William Kemper Jr., Mrs. Klmer Well, Mrs. Vernon Sarginson, Miss Anna May Bowker, Mrs. Dale Smith and Mrs. Don Moore. HiiKty MnkorN Meeting MKDORA - The Hasty Makers •1-H Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. William Pope. Nine members were present and Donna Wise joined the club. Members present were: Rosemary Fricker, Sharon Wedding, Patty and Krma Jones, Charlotte and Margaret Downs, Linda Hart and Ruth Ann Pope. Others present were: Mrs. Vera Downs and daughter, Wanda, Mrs. Lester Pralher, Mrs. Gilbert Hart and daughter. Arlene. and Mrs. Willam Pope and daughter. Week's Itevlval at Kcmper MKDORA — A week's revival will begin Monday evening at the Kompcr Baptist Church. Rev. Laurel drigg of Carrollton and Rev George p. McGowan of Greenfield *ill bo in charge of the services. There will he special music each evening. Servjjes will begin al 7 :.'JO o'clock. Telegraph Want Ads BRIOltTON - The VillaRe Board of Trustees met in apedal session Thursday nlRht to approve the annual estimate and appropriations for the 195,1 motor fuel tax pro«ram. The estimate for the work to be done on arterial streets this year amounted to $4,645. This estimate includes cleaning of ditches and re-oiling and rocking the arterial streets. The board passed a resolution appropriating $4,500 of the motor fuel tax funds to be made available for payment of the estimated work. This resolution has been sent for approval by Ihe Slate Highway Department and as soon as It Is approved, work will he started. The village streets which are designated and approved as arterial streets are Main St., beginning at the south GM&O grade crossing and continuing east and then north lo where it connects with Highway 111; Vine SI; North St.; the north road from Ihe Village limits fat the Karl Hanold lane) continuing east across Ihe highway to the village limits (about U mile east of the highway); Cross St.; thai portion of Ihe road running south from the T. R. Hughes corner to the south village limits; Plum St.; Olive St.; Oak St.; Center St. from the west village limits lo the grade school; School St.; Myrtle St. and Brown St. North Market from Center St. north to the village limits is In the process oT being designated as an arterial street. In 1952 approximately $4,485.44 Motor Fuel Tax funds were spent on arterial streets. This, however, did not cover the total cost of all work done on these streets and money from Ihe general funds of the village was added. The portion of motor fuel tax funds to which each community is entitled is determined by the population. Since the 1950 census additional motor fuel tax funds have been received, on account of the increase in population in Brighton. However, changes are made in State records only at. the time the National census is taken, which is every ten years. Six Injured in Carrollton Crash Cars Collide on Macoupin Creek Bridge CARROLLTON — A head-on collision between two automobiles on Macoupin Creek bridge south of here Friday at 6 p.m. sent six people to Boyd Memorial Hospital for treatment. They were: Mrs. Leah May Thorpe with a possible knee fracture and abrasions; Mrs. Matilda Dunsworth, possible skull fracture; Ben Early, facial injuries; Tony Davidson, fractured leg; Jack McClure, cuts and bruises, and Elmer Molten of Ferguson Mo., fractured leg and possible skull fracture. According to reports Mrs. Thorpe's car was heading north and Motten's south at the time of the crash. It was reported that a thin coat of ice on the road caused the cars to skid. McClure after treatment at Ihe hospital was released. The rest were still in the hospital today. The occupants of Mrs. Thorpe's car were returning to Carrollton from Western Cartridge where they are employed. Injures Hand CARROLLTON -- Mrs. Norma Alfeld Greaves, employe of the Alfeld Super Market here, was injured Friday afternoon when she caught her left hand in a cube steak grinder. Three fingers were badly mashed and she was removed to Boyd Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery. Medora Methodist WSCS 'Croup Entertained MKDORA — The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the Methodist Church Thursday afternoon, with Miss Anita Chism. Mrs. Corrine Harlan and Mrs. L. C- Dougherty as hostesses. Mrs. Jas/in Fox had charge of devotions and was also program leader. The lesson was on "The Old, Old Story." Mrs. Fox was assisted in presenting the lesson by Mrs. A. K. Frueh and Miss Rose Carson. A group from the Society is planning to attend the district meeting Tuesday at the Main Street Methodist Church in Alton. Others present at the meeting were: Mrs. Ralph Chandler, Mrs. Fred Downs, Mrs, Ina French, Mrs. S. L. Kell, Mrs. James Ryan, Mrs- J. J. Seiber, Mrs. George Wilton, Mrs. Nellie Warner and Mrs. W. D. Gilworth. Others present at the meeting were: Mrs. Ralph Chandler, Mrs. Fred Downs, Mrs. Ina French, Mrs. S. L. Kell, Mrs. James Ryan. Mrs. J. J. Seiber, Mrs. George Wilton. Mrs Nellie Warner and Mrs. W. D. Gilworth. Shipman Bureau Unit in Meet SlflPMAN — ThcShlpmnn Home Bureau unit met Thursday afternoon at the toitheran Church basement. Hostesses were Mrs. 0, E, Travers, Mrs. Don Cravens, Mrs. A. A. Huekelbridge and Mrs. Ralph Brueggeman. Mrs. Kenneth Archer presented the health lesson and was assisted Read Telegraph Want Ads preach Sunday morning at tht Warden Methodist Church. Donald Vazzi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vazzi, is a patient at Children's Hospital in St. Louis. Mrs. Frank Vazzi visited with her son, Donald,, at Children's Hospital in St. Louis Wednesday. VAN'S m MAN" VANPRETER FOR MAYOR TuMfey, April at, SM3 ORVIL REX OGLESBY VILLAQE TRUSTEE CAST ALTON. ILL. EbctiMiTiMfdM, April *!,. IMS Your Votf 9ad Suppoit by Mfi. Wilbur K«M in presenting M program, Recreation was can* ducted by Mrs. Ralph Welsh- Mrs. Roy Baker will rw hostess In May and will he assisted by Mrs. Roland Brellwiner, Mrs. J. 3, Hansen, Mrs. John Johnson ant! Mrs. Marshall Hallldny. "Show me a piece of bad motor oar driving and I'll show you a man with a pipe In his mouth," said non-smoker Joe Cowley, writ- Ing "To the Editor" from Surbi- ,ton, England. Methodist WSC9 Officer! Elected SttfPMAN - Mrt. j. tt. Swnten was hostesa to the PlfllrtWew Woman's Society of Christian Service at a potluek dinner Thursday. Mm. Edward Presuler and Mrs. T. M. Taylor conducted devotions- The lesson topic "Telling the Old, Old Story," was presented by Mrs. 0. L. Wadswofth, Mrs, Audrey Smith and Mrs. J, M. Burden. Plans were made to paint the fnterl^fr <rf tJw clroreh tflp jp pur» chase new fcftchwi wjulpiflfifrt. Officers elected were? Mri, 0, tn Warfiwonh ( president; Mrs, Edward Pressler, vice president; Mrs. Pranfc Slmmermaker, iecre» tary; Mrs. Audrey Smith, treasurer, and Mrs- Frank Smith, local church activities. Although multireel moving pictures began to appear In 1909, exhibitors disliked them and released only one reei at a time, according to the Encyclopedia Bri* tannica. NOW WHO DO YOU BELIEVE 11 ? On Honesty In Political Advertising On April 14, 1953, advertisements were published in behalf of Mr. C. A. V§n Prefer purporting to deny assertions in behalf of Mr. Otto F. Brazier concerning the balance in general funds of the village when Mr. Brazier succeeded Mr. Van Preter as Mayor. The advertisement concluded by describing Mr. Van Prater at a man who hat no fear of the truth. The following communications will indicate wherein the truth lies: (Agreed) * ** 4/**» Y -"-"' • . "& •* -^ ( 'W ." •* t (^ Attention: C. J. SCHLOSSER & CO. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS \ Attention: F. EDWARD TODD ATTORNEY AT LAW CONCERNING YOUR LETTERS ADDRESSED TO OTTO F. BRAZIER AND PUBLISHED IN THE EAST ALTON TRIBUNE AND WOOD RIVER JOURNAL DISCOUNTING THE FINANCIAL STATUS OF THE VILLAGE OF EAST ALTON, WHEN MY YEAR AND TERM EXPIRED APRIL 30,1949. I STILL SAY! "THE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT MY ORIGINAL STATEMENTS ARE STILL ON DEPOSIT AT THE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH" WHERE IS YOURS? ELECT . VAN PRETER YOUR MAYOR A MAN WHO STILL HAS NO FEAR OF THE TRUTH THII AD MID re* tv e. A. VANMMETUI M A MATTER or MIDI AND KMONAI DITENM \

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