Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 4
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April 20, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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ALTON EVENING TBLBORAPtt MONDAY, APRIL 20, !«l ($00 Attend Jamboree Given ; By PTA Group at Bethalto BSTHALTO—A crowd of approximately 800 persons filled File gymnasium Friday night to view th4 Pawnt»Teacher Association's jsfhhoree. The several-act variety aHfcw drew $311.50 into the till, of wttch an estimated $290 will go to h«p finance the building of the gfftde school cafeteria. {hie program was under the di- refetion of Mrs. Pauline Nix, who wfcs supported by many Bnfhalto organizations contributing acts or equipment to the show. Boxing, wrestling, quartet, singing and a mfn's ballet were some of the spc- cllil acts presented. iPftiil Perrin, as master of cere- • mbnies, got the program underway wflen he introduced the school eHblr which had won a ribbon ear- Udr In the day in the state-wide milsie contest held at Champaign. THe program was slightly delayed to-,await the arrival of the group wfio made the trip by bus. Mrs. Piggy Blaster led the singers in three selections. Jim Apple presented an account of the wrestling matches of Fred Bfirghoff vs. Frank Pelan and R. C.;'Spider' Reed vs. Leroy Meninger. Boxers William Wood and Harry Biumeister exchanged punches uitder the eye of referee Bud Oetken and were followed on the prbgram by a television skit based on; the "I Married Joan" show. In the cast were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Evilsizer and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kessler. Other acts and their casts were: Percy Gerhke and Tina Fisher in a novelty act; Mrs. Anita Trimpe and Clyde Leonard as Imogene Coca _ and Sid Caesar, who were 'heckled' by Mrs. Pauline Nix; sur- gefins Al Paul, Clyde Leonard, CHftrles Aghetta and R. L. Glaus- sen of the Rotary club, who 'operate*!' on Ed Plegge; and a fireman's quartet composed of Wil- liafn Neunaber, Glen Schuette, Harry Baumeister and Charles Rogers. Paul Perrin, Wilford Foehner, Mf$fc Martha Ebberston and Miss Peggy Jurand were the cast in the quiz-show "Two for the Money"; Mrs. Leora Ricks portrayed Beulah in the "Beulah Show" with Percy Gehrke, Carl Cain and Jack 2immermann; Mr. and Mrs. Harland Nessl, Leonard Bivens and Mrs. Pauline Nix presented their own version of the song "Make Believe", and were followed by Harry Baumeister, Jirn Evilsizcr, Joe Kessler, Glen Schuette, Jim Apple, Louis Ricks, Ervvin Plegge and Bud Oetken, who presented a classical ballet dance. The retiring PTA president extended thanks to all who had supported the show. Girl Scouts of Troop 70 and Boy Scouts of Troop 103 gave their scout oaths. As a grand finale, the audience participated in singing "America the Beautifu]" after which Legion- aires Eddie >Ktrk, • Earl Schmidt, Elmer 'Sctioeheweis, and Paul Gross presented the colors while tapf were played by Kenneth Howard, Gredtts for behind-the-scenes wefk was extended to Joe Fisher, MJS6. Hilda Zimmermann, Carl Cain, William Neunaber and Otto WiSiams. Bowling Xe\v* BETHALTO — In the Friday Men's League A. G, Grocery won three from Schwalh's Hardware, Bill's Market won throe from eBlhallo Bowline;, The 406 Club won throe from Kennedy Hardware and Carter Brothers Tractor svon two from SrhwoRol's Distributing. Carter Brothers, with a 2,628 series and a 9J2 single, won team honors for the evening. G rover Fielder had a throe game series of 657, for an average of almost 220-.per game. Srhaefer hnd highest individual game, however, when he keeled a 24X Injures Kur Friday BETHALTO - James'Thomas Ferguson, M, suffered a harlly cut ear Friday \\lu-n IIP IHI uhilo hur- ryi^g up the temporary bleachers «et up in tho hi«h school gym. In 8n attempt to gol his n.vm shoos which he lott on I ho stands ho Slipped and foil. After several Btitches were takon he returned to •chool against Iho doctor's arl\ ICP to hear In.? At wood High Sen-nil band present their concert. ;'. ' Wins 't" Kalian* BETHALTO -- Two ontnos from the- Bethalto Grade School re- reived 'C' ratings in the state-wide liteijary, art .and music contest held at (Jhampaign Friday. The accompanied chorus, directed .by Mrs. Peggy Balster, and Johp Neunaber, who was entered in .the boy's \ocal solo, were awarded the 'C' ribbons in their events. The group made tbo trip by bus and returned Friday evening. Attaodi Credit Confereuca BETHALTO—Cecil Blankenship attended the two-day conference of the Illinois Credit I'nion held in Springfield Friday and Saturday. He was representing the Shell Oil Co. credit union, in which he has held active membership lor a number of years. Buttling Tournament BKTHALTO Keglors Margherio •nd Fielder are currently leading in the race for the $1J5 first pn/e to be (warded next \\eek in t ho double* bowling tournament hero. A totaj of $863 has been collected so far for prizes. In the $75 second place spot is the team of Schmidt and Feltus. who trail the leaders by only li\e pin* Four pin.s lurther back is tho Buehlnmn - Kvilsuer combination who (tand to win Jik 1 it they can hold their thii'd-plnce position. Soviet clowns have ceased to b* funny, said Hie Russian mag- atine, Soviet Art. and feu- turns st til* Moscow Circus interested Twtti Birth* I Twins comprise 1.07 per cent ofi the babies born in the United I States. Twenty per cent of these < are said to bp twins of the irten tical type. Any extra cake frosting? Let the | small fry spread It on grnhnm crackers. I Films Available Fnr Svhonh in n<*lhnlto Unit RKTHALTO. - Film, ranRlnR In mibject matter from "Communism" to the Three Little Kittens, are available for use In Unit 8 schools, Film strips, charts, projectors, slides nnd tho specially- constructed audio-visual aid room nun help teacher* present diffirult! subjects to their student*. I All of the above are purl of «| proRram started two yrnrs ngo, which has recently received a shot In the nrm from Unit officials; fhrouRh ft Clinic held April 10. Purposes of the rllnlr, attended by representatives from Alton, Bunker Hill, Hardin, Worden, Mt. Olive, and Livingston, are to ore- ate further Interest and efficiency In the visual-aid program. Ike Rhine, director of the program for Unit 8, has 541 film-strips on file ant! nine projectors to show them with. Most of the projectors an? new and all except one, kept for an emergency, have been placed in the schools where they will be used. To get a film-strip for a class the Instructor must fill out an order blank specifying when It will be used and must return li within five days. Rhine expects to double the number of films available during the present year and has a chart which shows that schools in the district used a total of 641 film-strips dur- ing Fehruiry iw! March of this year, more than the total which he now has. ftoorge T. Wilkens, county sup-1 erlnt?ndent of schools, and 8. K. | Alkire, state director of audiovisual education, have expressed their approval of proposed expansion of the program. A list of films available Is In the hands of all the teachers In the Unit, who may select films on citizenship, history, geography, or specialized subjects. ftait WwlHsf Cmtfm Hadashl Eblno, who called himself a "ric« merchant," finally was tracked down by poll'"'', if> Matsuyama, Japan. Not, however, before he had collected 2,00 yen r$5.60) In advance from a customer; borrowed the cuslomeer's bicycle to deliver the promised rice; borrowed the customer's watch to make certain he got hack in time —and failed to return. Anterlcfln Jewish Coftgrsss Shown Racial Law* NEW YORK IP-lot American Jewish Congress survey Sunday showed the 48 states and U. S. ter* rlforles have a total of 388 Iaw§ against racial and religious discrimination. 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