Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 27
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April 22, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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\ PA01 TWBNTY.EIQHT ALTON KVBN1NO TKLBORAPM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1911 Greene Home Bureau* Begin \ Philatheas Elect Drive /0r New Members At Carrollton CARROLLTON. — Fifteen menu ImrtMp teams, representing the Greene Cbunty Home Bureau, be* gun work en a 10-day membership drive at a coffee hour held in the Farm Bureau Hall Monday afternoon, sponsored by the members of the executive bonrd of the Greene County Home Bureau. Mrs. Floyd Leonhard of Virginia, Illinois Home Bureau Federation membership chairman, was the guest speaker during the coffee hour, and was introduced to the group by Mrs. Fred Wagner, county membership director. Home Bureau is the largest organization for homemakers in the world, and all women in the county are invited to join this professional organization for homemakers. The Home Bureau co-operates With the University of Illinois in promoting the home economics educational program in the county through the home adviser, Miss Delores Parrott. The membership drive will close April 30 with a check-up luncheon In the Home Bureau Hall. The speaker at this meeting will be Mrs. T. B. Albrecht of Alhambra, the district director of Home Bureau. Attending the coffee hour Monday were: Mrs. Calvin Conrad, Mrs. Kenneth Twyford, Mrs. Newton Short, Mrs. Wilfred Koehm, Mrs. Roy Koehm, Mrs. Lynn Kinser, Mrs. Cloyd Hocssan, Mrs. Robert Stewart, Mrs. William Bridgewater Jr., Mrs. Jasper De- Bonbrun, Mrs. Richard Hamann, Mrs. Howard Hobson, Mrs. Curtis Twitchell, Mrs. Floyd Cummins, Mrs. Thomas Glossop, Mrs. Jesse Dean, Mrs. Robert Walpole, Mrs. Maurice Melvin, Mrs. Guy 0. Kinser ST., Mrs. Kenneth Evans, Mrs. Court Johnston, Mrs. Forrest Andrews, Mrs. Harry F. Price, Mrs. Gene Giller, Mrs. Fred Wagner, Mrs. Virgil Hutton, Mrs. W. L. Allen, Mrs. Donald R. Smith, Mrs. J. M. Martin, Mrs. Kenneth Byland, Mrs. Charles Arnold, Mrs. Roy Guthrie, and Mrs. Aria McAdams. Honored at Family Dinner CARROLLTON — James Pohlman, a patient in Vaughn Veteran Hospital at Hincs, who is home for two weeks, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Pohlman of Chicago were.guests of honor Sunday at a family dinner given at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pohlman. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Goetten and Mr. Mrs. Ernest Pohlman of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs*. Lee Pqhlman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pohlman of this city. Eggs should be stored large end up to keep the yolks well-centered. ft? nm», IBMMA (You may hive (hem ind not know it) Fidgeting, nose-picking and a tormenting rectal Itch are often telltale signs of Fin-Worms... ugly parasite* that medical experts say infest one out of every three persons examined. Entire families may be victims and not know it. To get rid of Pin-Worms, these peats must not only be killed, but killed in the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jajrne'iP-W tablets do ... and here's how they do it: First—a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then — Jmyne'a- modern, medically-approved ingredient goes right to work—AriUs Pin-Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. At the first sign of Pin- Worms, ask your druggist for genuine )Bjrne'a P-W Vermifuge... the small, easy-to-take tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jayne & Bon, specialists In worm remedies for over 100 years. Officers Elected by Carrollton BPW Mrs, Bessie Schnrltrn Ta The New President CARROLLTON. — Mrs. Bessie Schnelfen was elected president of the local Business and Professional Women's Club at their annual rlrr- tlon of officers held In connection with their regular meeting Monday evening nt the home of Miss Cath-' erine Shallue. i Others elected were: Miss Mur- j garet Bnkor, vice prrvsidrnl; Mrs. i P. C. Cnsellon, recording secretary; Mrs. Dorothy Brock, corresponding secretary; and Mrs.! Charlotte Burrus, treasurer. The' officers will be inslnlled nt the I May meeting. j Mrs. A. J. Sharon WHS n guest; speaker for the evening, her topic being "Life's Values." She was, presented a corsage of rosos by the! club members. A short talk was i glyen by C. H. Pulnnm. field rep-' resentative of the Salvation Army, in the interest of the opening of' the Salvation Army campaign in this city. Members of the club also presented a program on "Health andj Safety." Persons taking part on this program were Mrs. Bessie Schnellen, Mrs. P. C. Casclton, Mrs. G. W. Lowe, Miss Helen Epps, Mrs. Mary Bolin, Mrs. Edith Allen and Miss Marcaret Bal/lr. Guests of the club, in addition to Mrs. Sharon, were Mrs, Olin Stead and Mrs. Grace Learned. At the conclusion of the program, canasta was played. Miss Shallue was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Roy Edwards Sr. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tulpin of Rochester were dinner guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Siebermann. Mrs. Virgil Catlin and Mrs. John Kilinger of Chicago arc gudsts this week of their sisters, Mrs. Harry Carter, and Mrs. William Bridgewater Jr. Mrs. Bessie Freeh of Kane was a guest Sunday at the home of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeh. W. H. .Brown Jr., county farm adviser, spent Wednesday in Chicago as an advisory member of the organization information com- Mrs, George Daniels to Heail Class CAHROLLTON - Mrs. George fcanlels was elected president of the Philathea doss of the Baptist Church at the annual election of officers held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. L. E. Raper with Mrs. Daniels as assisting hostess. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Ralph Crane, vice president: Mrs. Ruby Vorhies, secretary, and Mrs. Klon Diciknson, treasurer. Plans wore marie Monday evening for the annual mother-daughter banquet of the class nnd the newly elected president, Mrs. Daniels, appointed the following committees: Mrs. Paul Freeh, Mrs. Herbert Hnrr and Mrs. Laurel Grigg, menu; Miss Nita Kord, Miss Ella Block and Mrs. Richard Giller. program^ and Mrs. Elmer Williams, Miss Maxinc Britten and Mrs. Margaret Huff, decorating. The class voted to give $25 to the missionary burlgct of the church. Mrs. Laurel Grigg had charge of the program and she gave a reading: "The Crack in the Door." Mrs. Kva Robinson was the devotional leader. Show Picture* H( Alton CAfWOLLTON -- The Rev. and Mrs. !•;. I,, Scllorund of the local Presbyterian Church were guests Monday evening of the Women's Association of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church of Alton. The Set- terlunds showed and dicussed a number of their colored pictures which included Canada, Arizona, and pictures of the Warren Wilson College in North Carolina. \V\\\ Admitted to Kobate CARROLLTON -- The will of the late Ida Mae Crane was admitted to probate this week and ordered recorded. The will leaves all the property, both real estate and personal to the husband of the testator, George T. Crane. George T. Crane was also appointed executor, g^v- ing bond in the sum of $f>00. The will was made March 22, 1930, and witnessed by W. P. Short and John Langer. Mr. George (tehr WHS removed by Welse amhulanre Sunday morning to the CftHlnvllle Area Hospital. Mr. awl Mrs. Kmmeff Huge and daughter, Linda, and Mm. Ad Hall of St. Louis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen. Relatives and friends from Springfield, Alton, Modesto, Car- linvllle, Scotfsvillt* Greenfield, Keller and Charity attended the funeral Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Krnrat Lep. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Middlr- kauff of Carlinville and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dams and son of Alton wrrr Sundry aftnrnoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dams. , Mr. and Mrs. Howard FoUowetl of Alton were Sunday gueitt of his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. W. fi. follow!!, Mrs. Pearl Diwson of Mettlek was a weekend guest of her son, KolJln Dawson and family. Sunday they were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Uawton^in Alton. Mrs. William Jones and children returned to their home in University City, Mo., Saturday afternoon following a visit this past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stwttfl, Mrs. Phyllis Blflmttsk Btevers ie» com panted by her friend, Mr§. Mrs. Lester Shipley, of Kansas City, Mo., wfH leave St. Loufs Wednesday for New Yrok City where they will take a plane Thursday for Frankfurt, Germany, They will live at Mains, Germany. Their hushands, Pvt, Paul Severs and Pvt. Lester Shipley are stationed near that city. Mrs. Antonio Sell assisted by C/totWSJr/n smarting mi*»ry. •maamgly relieved ahen medicated Rculnol — rich i* .i7nn/i»—ii applied to chafed skin Lubricates, mrdlcaien, Mp» to liral. Bithe tender iktn with mild Reimol SO«P Mri. Frank Sawttil win entertain fittTntoen of tfw Dtufnttn <sf UBP* eat church school class on Thun- day evening. All members are asked to attend antf to remember the "Gift fable". Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks and tons entertained the following guests Sunday at a birthday dinner iwnorins the olrthtwyi of Jerry Broom jmnf Ruth Aft* Brooks: Mr. irnrl Mrs. 6!«li Brooks and faffllly of Mwlwra \ Mtt afid Mrs i .EiuOfi SroonS auo MRI and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McAfee and daughter, Judy. Telegraph Want Ads Click, LOST 32 POUNDS THICRIDIT • Bi0 w BVWV v« • * •••« •••V lirw»P W Wr VWWf VVBBV AfliMflt P«m* rtlfevH lortur* of tfmple pil« tail. Act* to rtlfcvt Itching. MHt InKtnllv. Sooth** raw, inflimM tlMm uibrlcntm *nd •of lent dry, nurrftflMnttti. 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Officers of Greene County 4-H Clubs to Be Installed JAYNE for PIN CARROLLTON — Newly elected officers of the Greene County 4-H Club Federation will be installed at installation ceremonies to be hold in the White Hall High School gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. Monday night. Officers to be installed are Robert Hettick, president; Miss Terrill Lorton, vice president; Pat Ashlock, secretary; Miss Eleanor Masters, treasurer; Hal Piper, j reporter; and Merle Lemons and Miss Patricia Prucet, ro-roorea- > tional chairman. The program will consist of a movie "Share the Fun" to he presented by William Stone, assistant youth adviser. Win Trip to Mucklnuc Island CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carpunky and Mr. and Mrs. Langdon Varble will go to Mackinac Island June 12 for a vacation as guests of the Metropolitan Insurance Company by whom both men are employed. Carpunky is the assistant manger of the, Jersoyville area for the Metropolitan and Varble is the local agent. 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