Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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MONDAY, APRIL 20,1983 ALTON SVBN1NO TELEGRAPH Carrollton to Elect Mayor, Clerk, 3 Trmtees, Treamrer CARttOLLTON - Polls in the three Carrollton wards will open at fl a.m. Tuesday for the election which will see the election of a mayor from a field of three candidates, a city clerk, a city treasurer, and three aldermen. The candidates for mayor are the incumbment, William Freeh, Jack Staples and Sam Greaves. Freeh, who was appointed mayor following the death of Thomas Hough, also holds the post of alderman In the third ward. He did not resign the position in order to run for mayor and as it was not time for him to run again for the office of alderman. He will continue In that office whether elected mayor or not. UR PRICES begin at a very modest figure, and therefore, our services) are within the financial reach of all. Each casket in our display room represents good value for I Greaves Is a World War fl veteran and Is a Jewelry salesman i having as his territory Greene, i Jersey, Calhoun, Morgan, Scott and Macoupln counties. Staples* the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Staples, Is the youngest man tn the mayoralty race and Is also a World War II veteran. Me is employed In the composing room of the Carrollton Patriot. The present city clerk, Thomas i Bandy, Is unopposed for the office S Tuesday. | Mrs. Rual Jouett, the present | city treasurer, is a candidate for re-election and Is opposed by Mrs. ! Mary Bolin. ! Mrs, Bolln Is the daughter of the late George McCadden and Mrs. George McCadden and is employed in a secretarial capacity In the accounting office of her brother, Peter McCadden. Ivan Beebe in the first ward and Richard Giller in the second ward are both unopposed for re-election. Beebe, who has been the owner and manager of the Standard Oil Service station on the southeast corner of the square for the past 19 years, has served one term as alderman. Giller who has been owner and manager of 1 the Gillcr's Farm Bureau Service Station on Rt. 67 north of Carrollton for the past 20 years is completing his second term as alderman. One alderman is to be elected in the Third Ward with two on t h,e ticket and one write-in. Those on the ticket are Henry Thien, a newcomer, and Freeman Tanner, a former city alderman. The write-in .is Mather Rcif. Thicn is employed with the engineering division on the state highway in construction work being done in this area. Tanner operates a barber shop at his home on Rt. 67 at the southeast corner of the square, and Reif is the owner and manager of the Reif Gas Company located on Rt. 67 at the corner of Fifth St. Gold can be hammered into sheets so thin that they will trans mil light. Carrollton CInb Officers Elected CARnOLLTON - Mrs. Richard Hamann of this city was elected president of the toeftt Women's Club at the organization meeting of the club Friday afternoon in the Public Library. Mrs. Henry Berlin was elected vice president; Mrs. H. M. Levl, secretary, and Mrs. Herbert Harr, treasurer. The club voted to have another follow • up organization meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. In the Library hall. The dues were fixed Friday In the sum of $1.50 yearly and the constitution was adopted. The first regular meeting of the Club will be held the third Wednesday In May and the third Wednesday In each month Is the day selected for a regular meeting. Assisting In the organizing of the Club were: Mrs. A. E. Powers of Manchester, and Mrs. Claude Linn Of Greenfield, both of whom represent the federated Women's Clubs in their home towns. Local women who were present at the first organization meeting Friday were Mrs. Richard Hamann, Mrs. Henry Borlin, Mrs. H. H. Levi, Mrs. Herbert Harr, Mrs. George Daniels, Mrs. George Green, Mrs. Don Allen, Mrs. Charles Fry, Miss Julia Pierson, Mrs. Ross Edwards, Mrs. Arthur Walter, Mrs. Homer Sheets and Mrs. Waller, Thomas. West End Luncheon Meeting CARROLLTON. — The closing meeting of the season of the West End Reading Circle will he held in the form of n luncheon followed by a program Tuesday at 1 p. m. in the dining room of the local Methodist Church. Greene Bureaus Plan Drive for 125 New Members CARROLLTON.-Wlth a goal nf 125 new members set the membership drive rjf the Greene County Home Bureau was launched today at a coffe hour hold in the Farm Bureau hall with members of the executive hoard of the Greene County Home Bureau as hostesses. The speaker during the coffee hour was Mrs. Floyd Leonard of Virginia, state organization director of the Illinois Home Bureau Federation. Mrs. Fred Wagner of Greenfield Is In charge of the membership campaign and she Is being assisted by the vice chairman of each unit and her group of three workers ench. The membership drive will close April 30 with a report meeting held In the form of a dessert luncheon In the Farm Bureau hall. Members of the executive board will again be hostesses. To IMnn 1054 rronrnms CARROLLTON.-Miss Gertrude Kaiser, assistant state leader in home economics extension, will assist the program planning committee of the Greene County Home Bureau in the planning of Home Bureau programs for 19!v1. Miss Raise/ will meet with the committee Tuesday morning at 10 A. m. and will meet, again at 1:30 in .the afternoon with the' program planning committee and a representative from each Home Bureau unit in the county. Both meetings will be held in the Farm Bureau hall. Members of the program plan- nine rominitlee are. Mrs. L. R. j ._ Rebekahs to Meet At Carrollton 22tttl District Conclave Set CARROLLtCiN. - Tlir 4!Hh sn- mint meeting of the 22nd Rebeknh District Will he held In the local tOOF hall Tuesday beginning with the registration from noon to 1 p. m, and continuing through the evening with the evening session opening Bt 7:30 p. m, Mrs. Thelmn Bell of this city, the district president, will preside and will bo Introduced by Mrs. Wrenlhn Stevens, noble grand of the local Rebekah Lodge. The Assembly degree will ho conferred by Mrs. Tra Crowell of flockford at 5 p. m. followed by dinner at 6 p. m. In the local Presbyterian Church dining room. A memorial service will be pre senfod during the evening session by the Rebekah Lodge of Rood- bouse. The day's program will will close with a skit, "What's In a Name" presented by the if) lodges in the district. flnrrnllton Nntrs CARROLLTON. - Mr. and Mrs Hurry Hayrlcn returned to theii home in Ocean Springs, Miss. Wednesday nfter n visit here with friends. They were accompanied home by Miss Grace Armstrong who will be their guest for several days. Carn Collide at, Intersection CARROLLTON — Miss Ann Alfeld, small daughter of Judge and Lee, Mr. Kenneth Byland, Mr*. Roy Koehm, Mrs. Roy Gulhrle. Mrs.. Charles Arnold and Mrs. Curtis Twilchcll. Mrs. Jack Alfeld, received minor injuries Friday afternoon when (he car In which she and her mother were riding and a car driven by Paul Hyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hyde, collided on the corner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mattis. The accident occurred at 3 p.m. Both cars were badly damaged although none of the other orcu- Do you have i iprlngtlrtw pel of chives on your kitchen ihelffj Use the minced chives as a,savory i seasoning for mashed potatoes, i Add them to cream cheese iffften* ed with mayonnaise for * cracker or sandwich spread. Sprinkle them over bowls of tomato soup. Add them to hot cooked buttered rice and se«ve with meat or fish. punts were Injured. 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