Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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MONDAY, APRIL 20,19M ALTON 1V1NINO TILIORAPH ForCrentlve Writlna Jersey High School Senior Wins Quill and Scroll Key JElSEfVlLLE — Sid Hormen, ion Of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Hormell, has received recognition for creative writing from "The Quill and Scroll", National Honorary Society for high school Journalistic stu- denfi, and hai been presented the "Quill and Scroll" key. Hormell, who. is a senior at the Jersey Community High School, will be eligible to compete for a 1000 Scholarship in one of the state universities as a result of this •ward. Only high schools having a chapter of the Quill and Scroll arc eligible to enter students in the competition, which is of national •cope. The work submitted by Hormell was selected from papers written by students of the journalistic department of the local high school on a regular class assignment. Mrs. Elizab'eth Parks is instructor of the department, and had given personal interviews as a class as- iignment. Hormell's Interview was with Mr. Llers who presented an assembly program at the school and told of his Otter Favm. Mrs. Parks selected B group of papers from the class work, and these were judged by other faculty members who did not know the identity of the authors. Hormell ha? received olher recognitions for creative ability. Last year he won second place for his oration given at the Illinois Youth Synod of the Presbyterian Church in Champaign and was selected by Ihe executive hoard of the .Youth Synod to represent Illinois at the Christian Youth Conference of North America at Purdue University. His subject was "Presbyterian Pioneering in Illinois," He has written a number of scripts used by him for the puppet shows he has given on various programs and for the Jerseyville playground during summer months. Hormell is president of the Student Council at the school, is co- eclilor of the Jersey Community High School year book, active in dramatics, a past master councilor of the local DeMolays, and is serving as an officer of the Alton Presbytery Youth Group. Announce Birth of Daughter JERSEYVILLE-Sgt. and Mrs. James Wren aVe the parents of a daughter, born at the Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton on April 17. The baby weighed eight pounds and one ounce and has been named Mary Katherine. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs'. Proctor Langley of Jerseyville and of Mr. and Mrs. James Wren of Fulton, Mo. Sgt. Wren is in military service in Alaska. Honored at Shower JERSEYVILLE — Miss Eva Marie Drainer, who will be a May brirlc, was honored at a pre-nuptial shower given Wednesday evening in the parish hall of the Church of the Holy Ghost. Miss Drainer's marriage to Donald Walsh will take place at 9 a. m. May 16 at the Church of the Holy ! Ghost. ( The shower was given by Mrs. j Marvin Drainer and^Mrs. Eugene ; Drainer, sisters-in-law of the bride- elect. About 55 relatives and : friends of the couple were in attendance. I White wedding bells were used , in the decorations of the hall and | were combined with yellow and ' melon pink, the colors chosen by Miss Drainer for her wedding theme, to adorn the tables where the shower gifts were arranged. Attend VFW Meet JERSEYVILLE — Several members from here attended the meeting of the County Council of Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary I held at Cottage Hills Thursday \ evening. ; The next Council Meeting will be in Alton on May 14 at which time election of officers will take place. This date was changed due to a conflict of Ihe former time with the district meeting. Attending the council meeting from here were: , Mr. and Mrs. •• Jack McGuire, Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van- auscloll, Mrs. Ed Crone, Mrs. Karl ' Devening, Mrs. Ray Smith, and Mrs. Mardelle Dehne. Mrs. McGuire is secretary of the County Council, Mrs. Crone is junior vice i director, and Mrs. Vanausdoll, guard. Organizing; First Aid (' JERSEYVILLE — Clinton Cope, first aid chairman for the Jersey County chapter of the Red Cross. requests all those interested ir taking a course in first aid to attend a meeting in the Red Cross office at the Courthouse at 7:.'il) p.nv Thursday night. Classes will be organi/ed at that limp and the dale for the meetings will be determined. ! Record Crowd at DeMolay Banquet Jersey Chapter Hosts at Dfmfer Thtirstfay JEMSEYVILLE - DeMolay attendance records for the Seventh Illinois District were broken at the banquet held in this city Thursday night at the Masonic Templg. The Mother's Circle of the Jerseyville chapter served the dinner and a total of 138 DeMolays enjoyed, the repast and the ensuing program. DeMolays from every chapter in the Seventh District attended, representing the following cities: Alton, Granite City, Gillespie, East St. Louis, Edwardsville, Columbia, Collinsville, Belleville, and Jerseyville. A feature of the evening's entertainment was the talk given by Richard Lock and his address was Illustrated by numerous pictures taken during his service on Okinawa. It is on Okinawa that the famous correspondent and friend of the service men, Ernie Pyle, is buried. The DeMolay chapter organized by service men of the island took over and completed as a project the grading and landscaping of the ground in the vicinity of th» Pyle grave and monument. This was during the time Lock was serving with the occupation forott there. , ' The district master councilor, Charles Plrtle, was present and opened the meeting. It was decided to postpone the softball, baseball and track schedule arrangement until the June meeting of the district which will be held in June, The meeting will be either in Alton or Belleville, according to final decision remaining to be made. The traveling basketball trophy which \had been in possession of the Jerseyville group the past two years was given to Columbia whose team won the recent district tournament. Rural Youth Dance JERSEYVILLE—About 50 members of the Jersey County Rural Group organization attended t h e dance given Friday evening in the Moose Hall on West Pearl St. The following committee was in charge of the dance: Barbara Bauer, Sarah StrebCl, Betty Wagenblast. William Schafer and Robert Dependahl. The hall was decorated for the REIIEVE YOUR DECORATING headaches If decorating problems mak« you dizzy — we'd be delighted to offer you som» hints that might prove helpful. We've gained valuable experience helping: others with many different decorating problems. And, of course, we'd likp to pass this experience on to you. A§ you know, a beautiful home begins with a beautiful carpet. And, we're proud tn say, \ve feature a wide selection of Gulutan carpets, famous for their beauty. Why not drop in and tee them today T "CERTIFIED QULISTAN DEALER FOR 1953" SUPERIOR CARPET CO, 1«S< MAIN ST — Al-TOX \. \. OHAVES Dr, C, FRANCIS SWAIN —OPTOMETRIST— • EYES EXAMINED • GLASSES FITTED Appointments Daily Except Monday. Evening Appointments For Appointments Call or Visit BRANDENBERQER'S 215 NASA ST DIAL 2-3*21 by A Of BtPrHWS BHJ6l*i fnl« Mtfw, PhjrUta Etrfty, Sarah Strttwi, Bttij> ,ftm M««?MW, fune Krasc *nd Bernard Spingle. ftiii AcKvttlei JERmVtLLfi - Tttc Ladles Of the Holy Ohost Church mtt fn the wirtih hall Thuwdiy evening. Mrs. Henry Hetfalg; prttMent, jure- flfoen At (h§ bustnew teision flnd plans for the eomtnf activities were made. The group wfll hold « benefit in their hall on April 26, and a bake tale on May 0. Pinochle vvaa played and favors were awarded to. Miss Katie Kleffner, Mrs. Jerome Zlpprleh and Miss Bertha Wagener. Refreshments were served. ttmtem to Class JERSKYVILLE - The Tried and True Class of the Baptist Church met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Ray Well, with Mrs. Melvin Wiseheart as assistant host* ess. Twelve members were in attendance. Mrs. Nelle Sunderland gave the Devotionals and the topic, "Life to Jezebel" was given by Mm. Virgil Sear* of Pattrwnt, Md., who is here on a vlslf. The next meeting of the class will be at the home of Mrs. Clarence Little, May 19. See Roy Rogers JfiRSEYVILLfi - Attorney and Mrs'. John Gibbons, son, Pat, and daughter, Barbara, Mrs. William Marsh and Miss Karen Busch, of Jerseyville, went to St, Louis Friday evening to §w the perform* to wi we not titm ot tw turn WARD'S ANIMAL HOIP1TAL 8614 B. Broadway (At tfct root of MlKon Hill) Phone 2-0811 Office Boom 9-19, 2.8, 8i80-7 Cloud Sit. Night and SumUyi DR. B. P. WARD DR. 0. SOWERS Amman •Pop and Call alts who •me by Roy Rogeri it Ktet Audi- tofttnti' Pat tint Barbara Olbbons had an opportunity to shake hands with lift movie star prior to the program. Young Gfhhom had one of Rogers' autographs sent him hy Mi aunt in California. If you are watching your weight -,» -WMI _, and fwl the need of a mid-morning * raves OT RVfntll TifWf Oifttf fifty men have risked dteath by taking an onth in the church at Or. gosolo. Sardinia, to fight the ban* terrorized the area for two years, In the town's 4,000 the presence of population the of mid-afternoon snack, take •lam of fruit juice or milk. bishop of nearby Nuoro blessed the men, while their womenfolk wept. Already in the local cemetery are 13 people who "displeased" the bandits. Read Telegraph wtntAds \JnfliC8 ; fOUtra\ W trW The vicar of Algarklrk, near t^« \ proceeded 48 MtiOWitit wt^'llljlt roln, England, concluded his usual hymn. 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