Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1953 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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5r TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1933 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Alton Winners At Science Fair fifty-two Alton public school pupils won awards at the Greater St. Louis Science Fair at Washington University last «feek, according to an announcement by R. w. Kobe? and Leo Wools, of the Alton High School science department. Many ot the winning exhibits are to be entered next week in the Junior Academy of Science at Shurtleff College next week, the winners: senter ftiRti School Division 'Health — Kay Travis, $10, and Karen Kelly, $3, first places; Alice Coleman, Carolyn Walker, second place j Edwyna Baker, Joanne Gent, Charlotte Hoffman. Marilyn Mclntosh, Alice Rundell, Janls Vleth, Carol Lea Wltzlg, third place. Biology — Gary Breitweiser, $9, tnd James McBurney, $2, first places; Marvin Adler, Jack Leyer- la, Norma Calvey, Judy Brown, second. Chemistry — Bill Carver, first; Maurice Kennedy, second; Doris Ann Deucker, Dl/mn Bosnak, Karen Kelly, third. Physics William Rubrlght, Richard Glassey, Jack Glaeser, third. Junior High Division Biological Science — Carol Virginia Green, first, $9; Joan Holland, Carol Dalton, second; Alice Rhoades. Sue Willis, Phyllis Williams, third. Engineering — Stephen Schaefer, second; Alan Landers, third. Physical Science — Steve Head, Lyndall Colburn. first, $10; James Enbler, Jim Jenkins, second; Mike Bresson,, Allen Klope, HaroH Neece Jr., Mike Dewey, Bill Jamison, Dallas Dalton, third. Intermediate (Grade) Division Biological Science — Carole Kober, Horace Mann, third place individual. Physical Science ~ Charles Politsch, McKinley, third place indi- A FIRST PLACE WINNER in the science fair in St. Louii last week was an exhibit by Steve Head, and Lyndall Colburn, who exhibited a static machine. The boys won first place in the physical science group for junior high schools. The boys, students at West Junior High were among several winners from the Alton area. — Photo by Orville Brown. Mike Farris, Cathy Budde, Mack! Kelly, Nancy Lou Kinley school. Burgess, Me- vidual. Primary Division Third place group — John Paul. Anita Henderson,. Donald Park, Awarded Scholarship GREENFIELD — The honorable Pauline B. Rinaker, state representative from the 38th Senatorial District, State of Illinois, has announced the appointment of Doris Jean Williams as recipient of a General Assembly Scholarship to the University of Illinois. ^ Miss Williams is the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Williams of near Greenfield. She is the ranking member of this yea'r's graduating class and has been a leader in music, dramatics, and club work at Greenfield High School. Miss Williams plans to major in vocational home economics at the university. PER 2665 • •quipm.nt farm wrtnu Price* may vary JlZhtir nearby communitie* due to shipping ch«rge». Everywhere you go ... in homes, in club meetings, all around town . . . you hear people say: "Who'd a thought you could buy a Packard Clipper foe as little asthatr Who wotdd have, at that! For time new»-making car m a national favorite right now! That's because the value's there: big car ride, big car comfort, big car stability ... all the things that add up to what ,you want for yourself and your family in today's traffic. Won't you § o today? CORDES MOTOR GO. 2350 STATE PH. 2-9555 Cancer Society of Greene Stages Annual Dinner Meet ••^^••IWS»BB«HBBBWB^««" Kane CTtAKL LtMMBIt KANBJ - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Llnder spent the weekend with 555 Daisy and Mfn Lefha Davis, Mr. and Mr§. A. J. Miflfjenerp ifw! Mr*, fiviwtt Turntr. Oeios turner returned home Monday from Marton 1 where he visited several days with friends. | Miv and Mrs. Ed Rene, Mrs. j Charles Davenport and Mrs, Amie ! Darr spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Tina Reynolds, Alton. JP* to Start Terms AprttW WBtCn art planning • a creatned meat a creamed VCM a.vf|tt«blti*tthi pot foaft wfth fitvy it count. rt«.i««rfw «.•.-» Vwr.u mr. ana ivirs. «. a. mBrarenorp in connection Go r!!?. y J P" ?*' urd *y"i? hl , t . hc y i returned to Chicago Sunday after I nrenaw! for HIP atiwdedihevvedding of Miss Mary ffiven \ days visit with Mr, wwif f,™* 1 Margaret Campbell of St. Louis ww .tnhn Wphrlv -Attorney R Margaret Campbell and Samuel Cooper Mlnnis of South Plttsburg, f e n n ., at. St. Michael and St. George Church, St. Louis. Mrs. Chrisly Lanham returned to her home at. White Hall today after visiting the past week here with friends. Rev. and Mrs. William Sealock and children returned' home Saturday from Trenton, Mo., where they visited the past two 'weeks wllh Mrs. Sealock's pafents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witten. Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasler and children were Sunday dinner guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, White Hall. Mrs. James Elliott and daughter, Mrs. John Wehrly, By MHS. HARRY UK fUJMfAJI OORSEY — Mr. and Mrs! Don. aid Heuer have returned from a honeymoon trip in the southern In connection with an opinion hoard, town Ross E. Armbruster points to a coincidence In that the newly-elected Alton Justices of the fware begin thrtr terms of office on Monday, April 27, which happens to he the date of the next regular semi-monthly session of the town auditing body of which all justices are members. As a result on the very date the states. They are residing for the justices' election becomes effective present with Mr. and Mn. Percy Heuer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schoenewry, they will actively begin duty on the town board which at the April 27 meeting will audit claims Indianapolis, Ind., spent Friday | against the township for the first with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoene- half of the monlh. OLIIB-IHIOID BENT HOttllHTf ' wey. Mr. and Mrs. fid ward Heuer of Johnson, Minn., were overnight Linda Sue, returned to Hammond, | RUMls Saturday evening of Mr. and In . d j; S ^ ay .. afte 5_ vtel ! lnf « h . e p _ ft _*I ; Mrs. Perrty Heuer and family. On Sunday they were guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Heuer and family. CARROLLTON — Dr. John A. Army and spending 10 months of'n. Bates. Rogers, executive director of the American Cancer Society, Illinois Division, was guest speaker at a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Perdun. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bterry spent the weekend in Decatur with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rowden. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Baugh, Miss Helen and Miss Mary Rue were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Baugh,.Alton. Mrs. Gus Green was brought to her home Sunday from the Watson Nursing Home, Jerseyville, where she has been for sometime. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Williams of East St. Louis were guests over i he weekend of Mr. and Mrs. W. I hat time in Korea, has returned lo the employ of the Carrollton Farm Supply Company, at which special Cancer Crusade dinner I place he was employed when he meeting held in the Knights of Columbus hall Friday evening. Dr. Rogers spoke on "Developments in the Field of Research" emphasizing the fact that the an- left for service. Brannan's wife, the former Sharon Jones, and thejr two children, made their home in Kane with Mrs. Brannan's parents, Mr. and nual Cancer campaign is used pri- j Mrs. Wilkinson Jones, during Bran- marily as a means of entry into the homes of the nation to distribute pamphlets that carry the seven danger signals of cancer which are pointed out to alert and not alarm the public. He^also brought out the fact that cancer is a highly curable disease if caught in time and that progress is being made daily nan's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Brannan are continuing to make their home in Kane for the present. Transferred to Maine CARROLLTON. — S. Sgt. Mrs. Lyndeil Farmer, who and have in the fight against the disease. He closed his talk with the presen-1 house' lation of the film. "Man Alive" in which the need of each individual been stationed at Grand Rapids, S.D., arrived Saturday to spend two weeks with their parents. Mr. for a routine physical checkup annually was stressed. The dinner which was attended by approximately 75 persons, spearheaded the fund raising drives of six' downstate counties including Greene, Macoupin, Pike, Scott, Calhoun and Piatt. The downstate 1953 quota is $475,000 with the quota for the state being $1,050.000 and the national quota being $18,000,000. Dr. Paul Dailey of this city, n member of the state board of the American Cancer Society, introduced Dr. Rogers who in "his position as executive director controls the Society's three point cancel 1 program. The three point program j consists of research, public education and service to cancer patients. Attorney W. G. Vogt of this city is the chairman of the Greene County Chapter of the American Cancer Society and is actively in charge of the fund drive which is being held in the county this week. Entertain at Birthday Dinner CARROLLTON. — Mr. and Mrs: Norman McCadden entertained al a birthday dinner Sunday, honoring thoir sister-irt-law, Mrs. P. G. McCariden and McCadden's sister. Mrs. W. Jung, both of this city. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Treetter, of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McCadden and son, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Booth and Mrs. Willis Young, of Alton; Mrs. G. McCadden, Mrs. Mary Bolin, W. Jung, and P. J. McCadden and children of this city. Return* to Local Employment CARROLLTON. — L. W. Brannan, who returned home April 5, after serving two years in the and Mrs. Everett Farmer, in Rood- and Mr. and Mrs. John Jouett of this city. They are en route to Maine, where S. Sgt. Farmer will be stationed. Honored on Birthday CARROLLTON. — Al Williams of this city was honored at a birthday dinner given Sunday near Woodson at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Reynolds. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Meade Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pranger, and Mrs. Charles Neal of this city; Mrs. Don Williams and Mrs. E. Paddock of Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kraft of Decatur, and the Rev. and Mrs. M. Eames of St. Louis. Farms In both the U. S. Mexico are irrigated with Grande water. an( j Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vinton, Chester, were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler. i Mrs. Durad Dixon, Mrs. Orville Darr, Mrs. Kenneth Darr, Mrs. Culver Reynolds, Mrs. Harold Marshall and Mrs. S. F. Wehrly went to Alton today to attend the district meeting of the WSCS at the Main Street Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlton and Mrs. William Darr spent Sunday in Calhoun County with Carlton's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ester Carlton. Mrs. T. O. Davis and Miss Margaret Davis, Alton, were guests Saturday of Miss Alice Wooldridge. Pvt. and Mrs. Alfred Turner. Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo:; Mr. and Mrs. John Byland and family of Carroll ton and Leacqo Woolsey and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Emery. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Greenwood moved Monday to their home in Kane which they recently purchased. , Mrs. Karl Fritch returned home Sunday from Edwardsville where she visited the past two weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Allen entertained the following Sunday at dinner: Clarence Cope and family, Godfrey; Asa Cope and family, Richard Reno and family and James Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Short, Alton, were guests Sunday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heuer were called here by the death of his brother, Henry Heuer of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoeneway attended the wedding of Miss Peggy Sawyer of Moro to Sgt. Harold Balster of Ft. Lewis, Wash., at the j Baptist Church in Wood River Sat- i urday evening. | Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hausman i visited relatives at Kane and Jerseyville Sunday. ! Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and | son of Bethalto visited Sunday af- i ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Herman j Johnson. \ i Robert Finch returned Sunday | evening from a weekend visit with ' his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. -J. ' Finch and son of Williamsville, Mo. Finch's sister, Mrs. Vernon Bertels, and children who accompanied him home remained for a longer visit with her parents. j Mr. and Mrs, Fred Schoenewey j visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foehse of Madison Sunday. The statue provides, says Arm- brustcr, that torms of the lustices begin 20 days after their election. Justices reelectod at. the biennial dry-township election April 7 are Henry Beneze. Thomas Parker, and Chatlte Clark. The two new jutices elected are Earl W. Manns, city welghmaster, and Thomas E. May, retired employe of Alton Box Board Co. UBIET-OWIRI MM and Telegraph Want Ads "Click." PITTMUMH IDTt tUl LyontQli«C*. 2400 BBLLB Dial 1*9711 ALTON 3ut My Money Hasn't! We Pay 3% On Our $100 Paid Up Shares ALTON BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N, BIOAOWAY AND THIRD STIiET Qv*r OM-faJf Million Dollar* in le$crv«& For Qur THE WINNER OF THE SPEED KING IRONER WAS MRS. WALTER CHRISTOPHER 3800 View-land, Alton. » The winners of the 9 |£lddl« Lawn Chair* have been notified by phone and their names are also posted in our store. PERSONAL HOME OWNERS- If you own or are buying your home you are qualified to own an automatic water heater, with the privilege of NO DOWN PAYMENT and terms of approximately $5.00 per month. We offer complete installation service with no charge for electrical work if you have 220 volt service. This ends completely rusty water conditions and assures you hot water at all times. TIRED OF GOLD WATER? See The New FRIGIDAIRE Water Heater FREE (o SO Gallon Capacity Open Fri. Kve* Until 8 ELECTRIC INSTALLATION WHERE 220 VOLTS ARE IN HOME »%»»%»%»%»%»»%»%w»»mv Close Saturday ill UK 5:30 Huron REFRIbERHTIDn and CRAVE, VVKJiKTT BKOADWAV Props. * -7U1 Ike Ends Vacation- After Oiie>More 'Round' AUGUSTA, C,a. /P—President Eisenhower ends his eight day vacation today after one more round of golf. He planned to leave for Washington by plane in the afternoon. Elsenhower and Sen. Taft played Monday what the Senate Republican leader described as 18 holes of "ragged golf." The Ohioan then flew back to the capital. Color-Groined Sidewolls will flvt your himi tktt txftittiit niw DECORATOR-STYLED LOOK! i* FREE ESTIMATE Monthly Payments on Labor and M»t*rial«, PLAN AN ADDED ROOM, NEW ROOF OR SIDE W ALLS-^ ANY REMODELING OR IMPROVEMENT. GINTER-WARDEIN CO. 450 FRONT STREET Carefree i ~"^ r — i FLA ME LESS Electric WATER HEATING mmmmm^mmmmmmmmmm All the hot water you want when you want ft automatically;;.for only a few pennies a day If you've evw had to chaw up- and-down atain to turn the water heater on, you can really appreciate the joy of having a good supply of hot water at all times. With flameUau Water Heatinr— you enjoy years of trouble-free •Brvice and ail the hot water you need, all the time! (Just install it... Forget it) 4 MORE REASONS WHY OVER 31,000 UNION ELECTRIC CUSTOMIR8 HAVE SWUNG TO FUMflfSS WATER HEATINO MOOflNi No flame. No flue. No pilot light to flicker out. You can mauill it anywhere -in kitchen, bath, cl<j**»t, ur coNvtMfNT> Hot w*t*r st tte tum el • faucet. No chMing 4cMra ft»ps to tum the water boater on No vomeji •boot turning it off. tcoMOMiCAi: Spwul mtas tar V*itm trie water b«aUr eqsUniism familial pay about Itt per psnM • fat modem •totirtc' MHNOAIili You got mil th* hot wator you DMMi . . . automatically for thowers, bath*, general cleaning ... 24 huura a day, yaor sfter y«u. ONIV THI flAMlLIK IUCTIIC WATII Hf ATH II YOU KNOW UACUY WHAT YOU PAY IVMV MOMTM •W •««*

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