Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 22, 1953
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WBDWR80AY, APRIL 21, tfgf ALTON EVENING TSLBOHAPH Lincoln Otoir at Central Friday concert choir of Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo., will ling Friday at central School tudltorlum with the concert beginning at 8 p. m. The conetrt Is open to the public without charge. The choir hal .vfllted Alton before ant! the Telegraph'! music critio had this to say, "The first group Of th,e concert quickly eon-| vinced the ludtenot that they were! going t» hetr ft truly umtwiai program of choral music,...the other groups that followed only got better.,,,The forttsilmo paiiagdi were never strained, the planlsslmos al> ways carried through and maintain' ed vocal excellence,,..the phrasing was always graceful and the choir's delivery was fluid and flexible." With 0. Anders Fuller conducting, the. choir will sing Adoranius Tc by Corsl, Lord Itassahna from Advent Motet by Schreck, Tene- brae Factae Sunt by Ingegnerl, and MlserlcOrdlas by Durante before Theola Jamerson takes the soprano soloist part for Ombra Mai fu, from Xerxes by Handel and Christ went Up Into The Hills by Uagemann. Completing the pre-lntermlsslon part of the program, by the entire choir, will be BenedictUS by Pal- aHihle, Woe Unto Them by Thompson, Halelu es adonci arranged by Gaul, and How They So Softly Rest and Alleluia, Rejoice and Give Thanks, both by Williams. Following intermission, the choir will sing Jesus Walked This Lone- gome Valley arranged by Dawson K/.ekiel Sae de Wheel arranged by Cain, Go Down Dealh^arranged by Scott, and Rockin' Jerusalem arranged by Work. Carl Smith, tenor, will sing the soloist part for In The Luxenv bourg Gardens by Manning, My Lady Walks in Loveliness by Charles, and La Danza by Rossini. Completing the program will be O Lovely Heart by Robertson, Walking at Night arranged by Fisher, Hope, by Mueller, and Out of the Silence by Jenkins. Graf ton C of C Is Being Formed GRAFTON — The Grafton Chamber of Commerce was organized Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist Church recrational building by a group of business and professional men of the community. The Rev. Robert F. Brown was elected temporary chairman and Derrill G. Wildt was elected temporary secretary. Endorsement of the proposed McAdams Memorial Highway was the first action taken by newly formed Chamber of Commerce. Other projects 'to b e set up for the chamber include • retail trade development, public relations and legislation, highways and streets, and general public Improvements including a committee on education. The Rev. Brown was authorized to set Up two committees, one to draft by-laws and one to nominate permanent officers. Walter T. Woodcock, executive director of the Greater Alton Association of Commerce, presided and outlined organization procedures. A public banquet and organizational meeting of the new .chamber will be held Tuesday evening, May 32, when anyone interested in helping the organization may attend. Brown said this will be a "ladies' night" meeting. He invited officers and members of the Greater Allon Association of Commerce to Attend. Woodcock will speak on "What Makes a Successful Chamber of Commerce." West Alton Revival To Begin Sunday WKST'ALTON-A revival meet, ing will -begin at the West Alton Community Church Sunday night April 26 and run through Saturday May 2. Rev. Harold AVhite of Meadowbrook will be the evangelist at the services which will begin at 8 o'clock each evening. Godfrey Post to' Honor War Dead GODFREY-The local American Legion Post will again have charge of services at the Godfrey township cemeteries in on Memorial Day, Last year services were held at Valhalla, Melville, Godfrey, arid Bethany. This year the Rocky Work cemetery has been added to the list. Plans for the observance of Memorial Day were discussed at the Legion meeting Tuesday evening. Robert Stiritz was appointed in charge of the fjrlng squad and Nell Gray in charge of the rifles. The Legion voted to have the building committee Invfisilgftte ft recommended piece of real estate to see if it would be suitable for a honie for the Legion. New members introduced were Edward A. Nolan, Charles Luddecke Sr.,- and -Ted Dare. The Legion Auxiliary also met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Steve Healey. Mrs. John NIs- bett was appointed poppy chairman. Four hundred popples have been ordered to be sold by the Auxiliary in Godfrey township -jn May 28 and 29. Mrs. Steve Healey was appointed sick and visiting chairman to fill a vacancy. At the close of the meeting, the women joined the members of the Legion at the town Kail for refreshments. WSC'S Scrapbook Wins GODFREY — A scrapbook compiled by the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Godfrey Methodist Church won second place at the district WSCS meeting held at the Main St. Methodist Church Tuesday. Scrapbooks were on display from churches throughout the East St. Tim Alton Men To Appear on Youth Program SPRmGFlELDj-fVKf men from the Alton area will appear on the program of the 22nd annual Qov* ernor's Conference on Youth and Community Set-vine opening next Tuesday ,, April 28, at the Motel Sherman in Chicago. Latham'E. Harris, Roxana superintendent of schools, will take part In a panel discussion to be conducted by field workers of the stale Division for Youth and Community Service, describing delinquency prevention programs.from the layman's point of view. John Oetjen, division community worker in Allon, will appear briefly in the same session, and will assist In conference arrangements. The conference is presented an- nuajly Under the joint auspices of the Division for Youth and Community Service of the Illinois Department of Public Welfare and the Big Brothers and Sisters Association bf Illinois, with the cooperation of more than 50 public and private agencies'from thruout the state. Governor .William fc. Straiten will extend official greetings to the delegates at a general session on Wednesday afternoon, and Vernon L. Nlckeil, state superintendent of public Instruction, will deliver, the keynote address. Principal speaker at the three* day conference w.111 be Dr. Frank [ Tanrienbaum, Columbia university i professor, who will appear twice j- on the program, speaking on "E8- ucation for Crime" and "The Place for the Offender", 11 Alton U of I Student! On Honors Day List Eleven former Alton High School pupils are included in the current University of Illinois Honors Day program. Established In 1925, this year's program will be held at the University auditorium May 1, at 1:15 p. m. Students honored at this time ranjjt in the first 10 per cent of their class, and their friends are invited to attend, Broadcast of the activities will be carried on the university's ra- By CttAIW.OtTIB fj HANK - Mr. iffif Mm. fcttftowl Cfcry werft to Vlwen Sunday to tit dry'i mother, MM. C, c. Gary. Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon and family attended the reception for Mf ( Ind Mri. Allen Grw§ Jn Mafdln Saturday, Mrs. Qress la tofmerty Mrsi Maryln Harnion. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Standlfer, Carrollton, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Lynn Arras. Miss Joan Dlxfln returned home Sunday frottt fioyd Memorial, Hos- piml, Carrolltrm, where she had bwn a medical patient, Mr. and Mrs, John Elmore, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Oelhert Allen and family, Old Kane and Mrs. Margaret F«Rln were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs: J. D. Elmore. The nev, C. L. Peterson went to Edwurdsville today to he guest speaker at a convention at the Evangelical Melhodlst Church Mrs. Stewart Perdun returned frwn HAihfTtOfM JM Vttfftfl Wvffil4Mty Mrs. James Alltott Mm. ftllfft bHNMr w§* « gBest Of Mrs. K. tt. Clanshan ftteimy at a luncheon of the West find ing Cirete Kt tfw Methedtat in Carrollton. Mrs. Andrew Betty returned to her home it Begin, Oklt., Tueartiy after spending the past two weeks with her sister, Laura Reynolds, Darrell Bell returned to Memphis Tcrin., Tuesday after a few days visit with his parents, and Mr*. Jot Sol, Mllftr, fit. Lttrtt, ftvi an redtftl Sunrtsy ftigntiftt, fnt Methodist Chureft. Mr, and Mrs. Claud* KnS Mf. afid Mrs. DWiBtd and chlldwn wcit of Mr. and Mrs. Boh Rtjrtrolds, Rfithany. Miss Patsy Alchtson, Jacksonville, spent th« first of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LiVerne AtcWsori. Mr. and Mrs. ftohert Krueger and children, anci Mrs. Lee Shanks Mr*. Ival SMctttftWd, t Wtyrw Wfflte, R0f ... aE= ^ Byron Erwirt and utHtf flpMN§i ffitfi) wont to to atwnd fnt UM Arrtfrioin Lt|WR> The longest tonne *»otfc *r Broohlyn Dodgers durfof tflt 1 season wts flirt gurnet (July 29 inclusive). New Zealand's latest cotmt 35.000.000 sheep, or WO.flfJO the previous high. dio station WILL, 580 kilocycles. Those from Alton to be honored are Edward Huber, Vivlenne Rose, Kay Stohbs, LeRoy Tungett freshmen; Marilyn Adams, Carolyn Emons, David Lauch, Sharon May- halt, sophomores, Read: Telegraph Want Ads Giant hydroelectric plants at Niagara Falls generate almost one- Louis district and the conference; nalt the 1otal rftted w aterpower officers acted as judges. First; capacity of New York state, place was won by the WSCS of; the Main St church. The scrapbooks highlighted activities of the WSCS and the local churches. Representing the Godfrey WSCS at the district meeting were Mrs. Earl Hatfield, Mrs. Herbert Elliott, Mrs. Charles Kay, Mrs. J. T. Barbour, Mrs. Grace Boker, Mrs. Arlie Byrd, Mrs. Hdward Gray, and the Rev. and Mrs. Luther Brookman. , A returned' missionary who had served Over 20 years In Malaya was the principal speaker. Cub Pack to Meet GODFREY—Hawaii will be the setting for the meeting of Cub Pack 45 at Godfrey School Thursday evening at 7 p. m. Some original Hawaiian costumes are expected to appear as the Cubs put on their skits at the meeting. Bob-cat pins and card will be awarded at the meeting. Cub- master Jesse Dingeldein announced that activities for the summer months will be discussed. 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