Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1953 · Page 5
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April 21, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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TUMPAY. APHH. 81, Mi Greenfield Clan To Present Hay GREENFIELD — Mfcmberi of the senior class of the high school will present the three«aet comedy "Rest Assured", in the high school auditorium at t p, m. Wednes. day, Lyle fidsill is director of the olay, Members of the cast are: Edward Marshal], Patty Clark, Doris Williams, Kay Short, Donna Kir. gan, Charles Stone/James Stout, Joan Modapp, Gale Waltrip, Marjorie Barnard, Fred Bauer, Alberta Roth, Richard Cannedy, Ehvin Keener and Elizabeth Wahl. Joe Oeers will serve as master of ceremonies and Larry Allen and George Morrow are stage managers. Honor Roll GREENFIELD — The following students are on the high school honor roll for the third quarter; seniors, Jack Rexroad, Charles Stone, Mary Pohlman, Wyoma Clark, Greta Summers, Eileen Tuey, Frances Walker and Doris Williams; Juniors, Ann Winters Charlotte Sunderland, Henrietta Wlllia, Nancy Cole and Gladys Dodson; sophomores, Judith Harper, Marilyn Hutton, Robert Hettick, Floyd Hamilton, Carole Kinser, Nellie Morris, Eleanor Masters, Barbara Meyer, and Ganelee Wagner and freshmen, Lois Caffery and Elaine McWard. Club Meeting Changed GREENFIELD - The date of the spring meeting of the Greene County Federation of Women's Clubs has been changed from Wednesday to Thursday. The meeting will be held at the Methodist Church in Greenfield beginning at 10:30 a. m. and a potluck luncheon will be served at noon. Mrs. Claude Linn, Greenfield, is president of the county organization. WATERPROOF You* homf and /KM cmrnt w/f/i firmer Coat £*H°«L«OAT ttijril YOU ALTON EVENING TBLBORAPH JOE BRANDT HDW. 712 E. BROADWAY ARMOR COAT Mfmbtit of federated tntf federated tint* of th* county ire invited, Business meeting, including election of officers, and reports of Greene County ctatw, will take place .ait the morning session and Mrs. Haeel Love of the Jackson- vllle State Hospital wilt be the speaker at the afternoon session on the subject, "Busy Hands Make Contented Minds". Mrs. James Ford it program chairman, Greenfield (JORRBBPON Dkitf CB By MR8. F. M. OUT GREENFIELD — James Stout, Paul Weber and Charles Stone accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James Davis to AmeU, la., during the weekend. The group visited the university at Ames. Davis Is a member of the unit school district faculty and the boys are members of the senior class. , Mrs. Buell Fair of Lompoc, Calif., and her sister, Mrs. Grace Norton, of Springfield, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs Saturday, and also with Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Shields. Mrs. Fair is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Burroughs and Mrs. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Amol Greer and Ruth Ann spent the weekend with Mrs. Greer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jenkins, in W o o d River. Clara Lee and Paul Dean Parks, children of Mr. and Mrs. George Parks, accompanied their grandmother, Mrs. Ella Lee, to White Hall, where they are spending several days at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Fanning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Bauer will leave Thursday for Hew York City from where they will sail for a visit with relatives in Germany. They also plan to visit Holland, France and Spain. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer made an extensive tour of European countries following World War I. Dr. Victor Roberts, district superintendent of Jacksonville, will conduct the fourth quarterly conference of the Rockbridge and Greenfield Methodist churches at the local church tonight. Officers and laymen of the churches are invited to a potluck supper in the church social rooms at 6:30 o'clock preceding the business meeting. The Rev. George Mayo is pastor of both churches. Irrigation pumping sometimes reduces the Rio Grande nearly to a trickle at its mouth. Shipfflan Seniors Present Play SHIPMAM — The senior class play "Desperate Ambrose" was presented Friday evening at the high school gymnasium. Those in the cast were; Lee Stampe, Bernard Spurgeon, Charles Burns, Jack Garrett, Ray Kahl, Geraldine Taylor, Mary Lou Allen, Geraldine Darr, Mary Lou Stone, Arlene Spurgeon, Carol Jean Lahr and Gerald Thomae who substituted for John Parker who was taken 111 ,the day of the play. Special numbers between acts were a quartet, composed of May Lou Stone, Arlen Spurgeon, Carol Jean Lahr and Alice Jean Hunt; a duet of Bob Cottingham and Lee Stampe and a piano solo by Carol Jean Lahr. News Notes SH1PMAN - Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Slmmermaker and children, Roy and" Lin, returned home Thursday from El Monte, Calif., where they were guests of Mrs. Simmermaker's father, W. H. Vandalia, and her brother, Edwards Vandalia. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shultz visited Thursday with his borther, Albert Shultz, at Veterans' Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Young, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morrison, Mrs, Charlotte Meyers. Mrs. Audry Smith and Mrs. Mabel Still attended the installation of Temple Shrine at Gillespie Thursday evening. Mrs. Audry Smith left Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner of East St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont reader and Mrs. Miles Christopher visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Reader's mother, Mrs. Lillian Burk, at the Conrad Nursing Home. Mrs. Burk was recently moved to the home from Wood River Township Hospital. More PTA President to MC«0~*tttitty M. Hahfwnfwttnp wiyiSreCted president of the lo* ca! PTA his been named to at* tend the itatt convention which convenes at Peorit April 23-88. During the business meeting of thtPTA FrHtey' evening it was voted to furnish a new sand box for use hi the primary room. They also voted to contribute $10 to the cancer drive, It was reported that the organization has 162 members in 1953. . Newly elected officers for the coming term will be installed at the May mwwnt. Correction MORO — The funeral service which the Rev. C. T. Allin had at Springfield last Friday was for Mr. Harold Campbell, formerly of White Hall, and not Rev. Walter Wilson as reported in the Saturday edition of the Telegraph. The Rev. Wilson has been ill for some tthie, but is now making encouraging progress toward recovery, Cancer Drive MORO — Mrs. Paul Helmkamp, has been named chairman of the annual drive fbr Cancer funds in the Moro area. Solicitors who have volunteered to work are Mrs. Wayman Harper, Mrs. John Bradley, Mrs. Herman Helmkamp, Mrs\ Lyle Landreth and Mrs. E 1 m e r j Schaake. The drive begins this week. Mftro Notes ' MORO — Mrs. Maurice Dorsey will be hostess at the noon luncheon Thursday when the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society meets to quilt. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jenne and family of Highland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Jenne and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dorsey attend-, ed the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Schermer of Edwardsvilie Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Elliott entered St. Anthony's Infirmary, Alton, Ftfd- day for medical treatment. Mr. Lyle Schertz of the Univer- WEED & FEED double action in this dry applied compound combining famous 2,4-0 and a/ass food. WEED « FEED subtly dbpoMt of Dandelions, other broadleaved weeds as it feeds the -grass to greater health and beauty. Excellent for restoring run down lawns. Helps grass fill in as weeds wither away. Easy spreader application. 1 Box, frecrts 2500 iq fl $2.95 Bag,treats 11,000 sq ft I?.75 for W»»rf Control only— usa Scollt 4-XD, newest dry applied form of 2,4-D, put it on by hand or spreader. Treat 50 x 50 lawn- $175 ' H. K. JOHNSTON HDWE. CO. STATE anfl BROADWAY DIAL 3-6661 WE DELIVER Baptist Junior Hi Class Entertained At Fidelity FIDELITY. - The Junior Hi Class of the Baptist Sunday School held their regular monthly meeting Friday night at the home of Larry Cooksey. Marilyn Wiegand led the devotional period, with Donna Marshall reading the scripture. The teacher, Mrs. Melvin Wiegand, read from the book, "Chamsis* Choice." Games were played and refreshments were served. Those present were Donna Marshall, Sharon Darr, Florence Swanner, Marilyn Wiegand, and Larry Cooksey. Jfews Notes FIDELITY. — Richard Swanner and Robert Sedberry of the U.S. Navy, stationed at Memphis, Tenn., spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanner. Their daughter, Mrs. Geraldine Hunter, and daughter, Sue Ann, of St. Louis were also week-end guests at the Swanner home. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dale Moore. Following a toughening-up course, 20 Senior Scouts of Taunton, England, will' spend three weeks on a scientific and meteorological survey in the most inaccessible spots of the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland, Glasgow reports. The new American car with the long, low, European look! wtnUdi Miiibtwlwi Caooudw V4 BUrUfM MUM lot ATS. VUt« sldtwiUi tad tbraB* wlutl dim option*! »t »trt Only Studebaker has this NEW styling You saw Studebaker's first postwar oar copied everywhere! Now Studebaker again stops years ahead in smart design! 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Then she began dangling one leg, A veterinarian diagnosed a broken hip, said an operation would cost about $40 and suggested Clay be destroyed, -Mrs. Abbey McCulloch told the children what the veterinarian had sity of Illinois, was a weekend vis itor at the J. L. Braz|er home. Mrs. Marquerlte Brannon, school nurse of Edwardsvilie District 7, completed hearing tests at the local school last week. ARTHRITIS? 1 have been wonderfully Wewed In being restored to active life after being crippled in nearly every joint in my body and with muscular soreness from head to foot. 1 had Rheumatoid Arthritis and other forms of Rheumatism, hands deformed and my ankles were set. Limited tpace prohibit* telling you more here but If you will write me I will reply at once and tell you how I received this wonderful relief. Mrs. Lela S. Wier 2805 Arbor Hilts Drive P. O. 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