Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1953 · Page 11
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April 21, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section » MtmWr of Tht A*to«itttd Prm, l« Pw Copy ALTON, ILL,, TUESDAY, APRIL 21,1953 KftibHihtd Jimwrr IS, tf»* ThurtAay, Mny 7 Re?. MacCallister to Speak at Jersey Rotary 'Charter Night' JERSfiYVILLE — Thirty-five Rotartant were itl attendance Monday no6h at the weekly dinner meeting Ot the Jerseyville club. The number included 12 out of town Retartans, Announcement was .received this week i by the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, president of the local club, i hat the charter for the Jerseyvllle group has been issued as of April j?. The presentation of the charter will take place the, evening; of May 7. At that time a banquet will he served to 400 Rotarians in the dining room of the Jersey* ville Moose Home. President Breed announced that the speaker for the evening of May 7 has been engaged, and will he Dr. Raymond MacCallister of Wehster Grove, Md, president of JUMBO RED 100 $ 3 Plants .00 STRAWBERRIES Grow all you can Rat for about 2c Fer Quart Home-grown Straw- berrlet from June to N o v • tn b « r. Big, firm, J n Ic j . n d •weet a* sugar. We •end SO of the early- hearing Senator DunUpj — first choice for preserve* and Jam*—and 5ft hardy, even-bearing Mastadons— th* champion for Its <Ur and flavor —(to berrlei often make a qnarl. All Ktrnng, deep-rooted plant- that thrive In any -oil. Srnd no money. On delivery pay $3.110 for 100 plants (ftO of each variety) and C. O. t). pontage, We pay pontage on prepaid order-. If not wrll satisfied return at once for your money back. EXTRA GIFT—a Bleeding Heart Plant If yon act at once. Krnse Nurseries, Uept. 2.M38, Rloomlngton, III. Print Name Address the St. Louis federation ef Churches. Dr. MacCaUister is known both nationally and internationally for his work. The guest speaker at the meet- Ing here Monday noon was Rev, Ralph A. Ltnd of the Presbyterian Church of Granite City. The Rev. Lind gave an interesting talk on Rotary and its mission and pos- siblities for creating a better world and relationship among mankind. He discussed the subject of Rotary from the standpoint of its friendship, worldship and worth- ship. Among the examples cited in his talk was that of the sponsorship by Rotary of exchange of students of various nations Tor the purpose of studying in countries other than their own. Out of town visitors at the dinner here Monday were William Deems, T. J. Surman, Ira MrCol- ! lom, Sam Bechiold and Fred Feiker of Carlinville; Edward Brown and Louis Rupp of Alton; Gelh Clark, Richard Hopkins and Jerry Hagen of Roodhouse: W. T. Myrick of Mt. Pulaski, and the Rev. ! Lind of Granite City. i . _ » j Great-Grandmother Takes 'Children' on Flight Way 66, five milrs north of Ed- wardsvlllr. Plantlffs in the suit arc: Rlrhnrd ,T. Allen, 22, n staff sergeant, at, thn limp of the mishap, who was pn route with his family to Bangor, Me., wherr he hn« henr. transferred from Texas; his wife, jvtrs. Johnnie R. Allen, 21, arid their 3- year-old daughter, .Toym. Named defendant, was Otis F. ' Francis, Denver, Colo., as driver iof an automobile which collided I with Allen's machine, The complaint alleged that Alien was driving north on u. S. Highway 68 when the collision oc- mrred with Francis' rar, travel- ling in (he opposite direction. Allen asked judgment for $25,- ono for injuries and damage to his automobile. His wife and daugh- feflQSrlt tot $80,000 flltrj |19iOQvi fM* pettlvely, ftrr mjurttt, It win take nearly until tlon time for jewelers to ilftw tfee Imperial State Crown lf» Qaftn win wear, to make the fitting wit will set the three-pound ertftm evenly on the head, London It- ports. PALM SPRINGS, Calif. generations of one family went for a skyride Monday— with a great- grandmother at the controls. ^ She's 1 Mrs. Zaddie Bunker, vvh<J won her private pilot's license recently on her 65th birthday. She says she's the oldest woman student pilot ever licensed in the United States. She learned to fly after taking over the Palm Springs Airport a year ago. To show them how she does it, she took aloft: her daughter, granddaughter and great-grandson Monday. t TO MAKE YOU A GOOD DANCER! Double your money back if we can't bring out your dormant ability in 1 CANDIDATES FOR MISS ALTON IN PARADE — CiiJs who arc candidates for Miss Alton before starting on a n-irridr of (ho city Saturday afternoon. The contest', sponsored by the |aycees, will decide who will represent Miss Alton in a stale contest. First row from the lefl: Police Chief R;iy Galloway,; jeanette Amsworfh,. Jackie Dunbauld, Kafherine Powers. Mary Love Carter, Robert Glarebrook of the Jaycees, Jackie Stone, Lois Williams, Shirley Zimmrr, Mayor "Earl L.inkogle, Irving Wiseman. Back' row—Sherry Wolf, JoAnn Voss, Shirley Beckman, Ann Crane.--Staff photo. fit ifitd Out of Serrice With Men of Area Isn't that"* tempting offer? Come in now and l«t an Arthur Murray expert show you what hidden dancing talent you have. Even if you're a beginner, your dormant ability will show to an experienced teacher. You sec, you start right out dancjng when you learn the Arthur Murray Way. And thanks to his exclusive "Magic Step To Popularity," the key to all dances, you really can go dajicing after just one lesson. So don't miss out on popularity that should he yours... come in now and he ready for your nexf dancing party. ARTHUR MURRAY 128 W. 3rd St., Alton, III. DIAL 3-6609 Open 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. In Antl-Alrrraft ROBERT N. BERMES, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Bnrmps, of 516 George Sr., Wood River, who lias been in service at Camp Atterbury since January, completed his basic training, and is now at Dearborn, Mich., as a rhember of the Anti-Aircraft Ar- Bermes tillcry. He wjll have 16 weeks training in Michigan. ! Bermes, whose wife is the form-; er Juanita Webb of Kansas, was j graduated from p;,ast Alton-Wood ; River High School in 1950, aflerj which he worked at the Postoffice. ! Antolik Stationed at Keesler AFB BRIGHTON. — Lt. Edwin J. Antolik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Antolik, is a member of the 3401st Student Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. He is taking an air electronics course there. In Antolik December, 1952, Antolik was graduated from Parks College of Aeronautical Technology at East St. Louis, where he participated in the Air Force ROTC program. Arbtithnot Tranaferrptl Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Arbuthnol of East Alton have received word from their son, Homer E. Arbulh- not, that he has been transferred from the USS Lake Champlain to_ the Carrier USS Leyte, now y in Boston Naval ship yards.. Arbuthnol., in service since December, 1951, is a former employe of Standard Oil Co., and member of the Naval $90,000 Damage Suit Filed in Circuit Court EDWARDSVILLE- A service man, his wife and their mnall daughter filed a J90.000 damage suit here today in Circuit Court as the outgrowth of an automobile collision last Oct. 17 on U. S. High- Reserves. For You Who Dimand thi Finest FLOORING! Johns-Manville Asphalt or Plastic Asbestos Tile Flooring E. & E. COMPANY 87 .HENRY ST^ — ALTON, ILLINOIS. Free Estimates. PHONE 3-7739 or 3-7730 No other wad paint does so MUCH for so IITTIEI TOP ONF. -COAT FLAT WAM. Om a-4lan Wffl •Minify An Av.raf. tlM Room. ALL DOLORS IHOLUDIRO DEEP NOT MABE WITH WATER USED AND APPROVED BY MILLIONS for high style decorating at levy cost, depend on colorful, wotho* ble, one-coot Flotlux wall point. Easy to apply with brush or roller, flatlux goes on smoothly, dries t quickly to a rich finish; Come in to- ' day (crone-coat Flatlux wall paintl LANGHAM'S BROADWAY and LANCDON ST. WALLPAPER and PAINT STORE Opposite Bridge Entrance ! See Many of Our Newest Fashions Modeled in (he "Miss Alton" Beauty Pageant Sponsored by th& ALTON JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE al (he GRAND THEATRE APRIL 23, 8 P. M. WHITE ACCENTS For Spring into Summer Dramatic white pique striping on dark Pima broadcloth. Flattering cool neckline that compliments any occasion. In black or navy. Sizes 10-16. 14.95 You'll never bow ...HOW EASILY .YOU CAN STEERI you ride the "Rocket"! Wheel this long, low beauty into • tight park* ing space— with one finger! 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