Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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MONDAY, AttlL W, 1953 ALTON BVENINQ TALEORAPH .. - YAL WINNIPEG BALLET OF CANApA in "Arabesque". The troupe of 25 has been engaged for the 1953-54 series by the Alton Community Concert Association, which will conduct its annual membership campaign next week only. Membership rolls close on May 2. , No-Loss Program ----•--•---------- -- " of 120 to Launch Concert Series Member Drive Future Teacher 9 9 Club Organised At Carrollton will receive the final Instructions and equipment for enrolling an ex- pec-ted 1000 members. A ™mpai*n hendquarfers will be inslnllcfl at the Gould Music Co. slorp, 551 K. Hroarivvfiy. Workers Will enroll members . ; throughout Iho week and on Salur- SO that area residents may con-11000 co'mmiinifios hi the United rlay n ' Rhf ' May 2> 11ip cam P ai K" tinue to hear and see the world's I Slates and Canada presents series J vl11 bp H " spd Hn " no fui>thcr mem ' best performers in the field of! of concerts on a no-profit, no-'loss bors . w111 be . n(lce P tcd < basis. Seek 1000 Members Local officers and leaders of music next winter, nearly 120 workers next week will conduct the annual memhership campaign of the Alton Community Concert Association. The association Is a mutual or-' campaign for membership is con- ganixalion. It is financed onlirely ducted through the local association by the $6 adult, and $3 student mem- executive board by volunteer bersliips taken by cili/ens of the workers tinder 1he direction of a community. field representative of Community The association has just com- Concerts. pleted its twelfth season. It pre- i Monday evening at 6 o'clock in sents lop-ranking soloists, inslru- the First Presbyterian Church the mental and vocal ensembles, and workers will open their campaign dance groups. Affiliated with Com- with a dinner meeting, munity Concerts, Inc., of New York, It represents the organized audience plan by which more than Neither will any tickets be sold for individual concerts. Avoid Financial Risk* association alj serve on a no-profit ! By restricting the membership non-salaried basis, but the annual takln * to one wpek and CARROLLTON.-Studentsi, of the CHtrollton High School who plan to matte teaching « career have organized Into the ftavld A. Pelm- ley Future Teacher's Club, the name having been selected Friday during a business meeting. Felmley, the father of Mrs. Alva Meek of this city, who Is the secretary of the Carrollton Community Unit District Is a former superintendent, of the local school, a former president of the Illinois Education Association and was Iho president of the Illinois Slate Normal University at the time of his death. Officers of the new club are Miss .Tanice Fry, president; John Speck- hard, vice president and Miss Sandra Carteri secretary. Mrs. George Orauel a member of the school faculty, Is the sponsor of the club. The club was organized to further the interest of young people who have chosen teaching as a career and to develop in them stronger characters and a deeper sense of responsibility. The club members also plan to sponsor worthwhile CHUSPS for the bpHrv- ment of the school and the community and In the accomplishment MADISON, Wis. — The Univer-' of these achievements they will rc- ents of hnth 4-M ctttbt herf at the school for a showing of movie* by Charles Ralley, which he took while he was stationed in France. Mrs. fclla Frankford, who has been a patient at St. Joseph's for two weeks, Is improving. Ralph Porter, who has been 111 since the last, of November, was able to return lo his employment last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herring Jr., and son, Larry, of Chicago are spending A few days with the Porters. Herring is a brother of Mrs. Porter. Hobby Sibley was honored oh his fourth birthday Saturday with a party at his home given by his Mr. iJfll Mrt. Oiwy ley, On Sunday the Slbleya, «$» companted fty hit mother, Mrs. Robert Slbley, of Kampavllle, §nd sister, Mrs. Leverett, attended a family potluek dinner at Jacksonville on the TOth birthday of his aunt, Mrs. Rosa Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strohbeck and family had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Caulktrw and son of Lewigton; Mrs. Bertha Johnson and son of Chand- lervllle! Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson and son of Alton; Mrs. Ida Emery, and Mrs. John Thompson and family of Fosterburg. A committee made up of the Rev. ^*t ilH* ^^d± gj« me* inn WWR w planning fpr tttt olMp vwtttert Bible aehrjGl » he hem ft Ural Baptist Church in June. i South Africa's divoret ntf li ! zooming and nothing short fit fffllk* ling divorces hattfef to fit Wtfl i bring It down, matrtnwntal ttperts jln Johannegbufg fghPta., A new photo pruoenlng MptfKxl promises completely to elfmKnifc the necessity for washing fllmt tnd prints, thus solving ft major combat photography pteblenf of M«uf» ing 'fresh water in combat areas, College Class to Invade Calhoun For Week's Study sity of Wisconsin class in geographic field techniques will Invade Calhoun County, 111. during spring vacation to study the Illinois peninsula between the mouth-of the IJlini- noise River and its junction with the sale of single concert the Mississippi, the geography de- tickets, the association is enabled parlment announced today, to close ils books nnd select, its The party of nine graduate st\id- atlrHctior.s within the limits of an , ( » n ts headed by Prof Kirk Stone left established fund nnd thereby avoid i Madison Friday and do reconnais- \ ceive merit awards. The club now has a membership of 20. liivmcial risk to the volunteer'sance mapping as (hey travel south, board. This policy, If coupled with With headquarters in Hardin, 111., Fostorlmrg CORRESPONDENCE " By MRS. RUBV HARRIS FOSTERBURG — The Fosler- burg. PTA will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at. the school. Annual election of officers will be held. Serving committee will be Mrs. Jacob Bryant, Mrs. Kenneth Olcson, Mrs. . . ... - , » , (.11 I 1 t JTAC.O* i»V. (11(^111 VXH I~ll/I1f JT1 I ,~1 , hey will spend a week studying (wmiam He|ntZ| Mrs Olivor S|f . WORRIED BECAUSE YOU'RE UNPOPULAR? Think back to your last party . . . who had the best time? The good dancers, didn't they? Don't let poor dancing rob you of popularity. Come lo Arthur Murray's and find out how quick and easy it It to be • sought- after partner. Arthur Murray's exclu- rivt teaching methods can bring out P. S. Cousley, president of the °««i double or triple the value of association, will preside at the, membership as compared with meeting, where campaign workers | sin * Ie tickel: sales for 1ne same concerts under the "box-office" plan of running concerts. The association here never has offered less than four concerts in a season, and guarantees three. The actual choice of attractions is the responsibility of the executive board, which is the representative of the whole community, and attempts to keep itself In touch with the community's taste in such matters. The Alton Concert Association announces at. least one of these attractions before the campaign opens each year. This year's announced attraction is the Winnipeg Royal Ballet of Canada, which /this summer will spend three weeks performing in London during the coronation season. American experts are aiding !n the search for oil at Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia, where $3,000,000 has been spent thus far on the project, Peflh reports. Louisa May Alcott, author of "Little Women," used to write 14 hours steadily without stopping even to eat until her daily stint was done. your dormant ability in just one lesson. So don't wait, come in now. Studios are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. ARTHUR MURRAY 123 W. 3rd St., Alton, 111. DIAL 3-6609 permits each (he county's soils, drainage, land 1p attend concerts that | utilization, transportation, and surface configurations. Before they return to the campus on April 26, the party will spend two days in Alton studying the urban area, interviewing local business people and public officials, and plotting the course of urban growth. This is the second consecutive year that the class has concentrated on Calhoun County. ton, Mrs. Mrs. Daley Sibley. Everyone is asked to bring sandwiches. Hot lunch at Fosterburg school was served Friday by the following group from the Mothers Club: Mrs. Robert Legate, Mrs. Carrie Wehr- mah, Mrs. Hugh Nelson, Mrs. Lc- land Unverzagt, Mrs. John Johnson, and Mrs. Lester Welling. The special meeting of the Fosterburg 4-H club Friday night was attended by 50 members and par- A Hwft •weft ff R9f| KUlff NOPAINTTTO Yrar'ratMw SEIF-STORING Convenience All Olaii Panel CUSHION-SEALED In tuper-feugh alotHc Il09«r QIau Aram W EXTRA LIGHT ALUMINUM SCREENS Laif Longer ifiiiiiMmiiii Switch ScrMii and Gift** In ONLY 10 SECONDS ALUMINUM-Easy to Install Average Window $£A<48 Opening (CU Each We Will Measure Your Windows For FREE ESTIMATE NO DOWN PAYMENT-MONTHLY TERMS GINTER-WARDEIN CO. 450 FRONT STREET DIAL 3-3588 FORD SIX WINS AM * ' • •' PROM COAST TO COAST PEOPLE ARE SINGING THE PRAISES OF THE MOST MODERN HIGH-COMPRESSION LOW-FRICTION SIX IN THE INDUSTRY! FOR FAMOUS SffffftW/N-WltUAMS . 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