Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 3
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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THURSDAY, APRIL 23,1953 ALTON EVBNWO TRLBGRAPH Mr, and Mrs. Edward Hall To Mark 64th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Edward Hall, former Alton residents, will quietly observe the sixty-fourth anniversary of their marriage Saturday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Hall reside on Pearl St., Godfrey. * They were married in, Alton, before the Rev. A. D. Wolff, a Presbyterian minister, and Immediately following the ceremony went to housekeeping on Summit St. After they reached their home the young couple wns serenaded by ft group, the only surviving member of which is James D. Makinney of 319 East Fourth St. ''Mr. Hall was 85 in December of 1952, and Mrs, Hall, the former Miss Mary Blackburn, will be 84 next July. Mr. Hall retired In 1937 after harboring at Western Go North, Young Man MONTREAL, /P- A call to Ca- nadiap youth to seek adventure in the Canadian north was sounded by Lt.-Col. P. D. Baird, director of the Monti-pal office of the Arctic Institute of North America. In an -address here he said disappointinR- ly few young Canadians volunteered when expeditions are being fitted out to explore Arctic regions. Worden WORDEN —.Mrs. Minnie Schuette, who has been ill of pneumonia at Community Memorial Hospital at Staunton, Is reported improving. Charles Tweedy Is a patient at St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield. Airman second class Robert Stroud of Sheppard Air Force Base Wichita Falls, Texas, is spending a 15-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stroud. Airman second class Donen. K. Miller has returned to MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Fla., after spending a two-weeks leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Miller. Mrs. Eunice Sandbach attended the Birthday Club meeting in Staunton, Monday afternoon. Christian Aiders Of Shipman Elect SMIPMAN. — Mrs. Elmer Brett- welser was elected prestdent of the Christian Aiders of the Methodist Church at a meeting Monday evening at, the home of Mrs. Clark Jenkins. Other officers elected were: Mrs, Otto Meyers, vice president; Mrs. Mitchell Tagfart, secretary, and Mrs. Delbert Lister, treasurer. Mrs. Truman Pockllngton presented the lesson and refreshments were served by Miss Margaret Salzman, Mrs. Austin Jaynes, and Mrs. Holland Scott. Others present were: Mrs. Mllo Dugan, Mrs. Wilbur Weldner, Mrs. Arnold Bohlmeyer, Mrs. Bill Heyen 111; Mrs. Elwood Hugh/s, Mrs. Donald Johnson, Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs. Carl Bullman, Mrs. Charles Skaggs, Mrs. C. 0. Matlack, Mrs. Kenneth Kulenkamp, Mrs.'Wayne Winslade, Mrs. E. J. Kahl, Mrs. Rollo Cameron, Mrs. Marshall Halliday, Mrs. Roy Baker, Mrs. Don Baker, and Mrs. Earl Allen. Mrs. Arthur Hurry and Mrs. Lyle Huddlestun were guests and the latter became a member. The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Arnold Bohlmeyer. Clnb Mwtfl ' SHtPMAN-Th* Hill Grove Sewing club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. C. H. Moore. A potluck dinner was served at noon, and the women quilted. Members present were: Mrs. Earl Parker, Mrs. Frank Hart, Mrs. Walter EgeHioff, Mrs. W. S. Reno, Mrs. J. R. Alward, Mrs. Don Cravens and Tommy, Mrs. FlOyd Darr and Ramona, and Mrs. Orvllle Carrteron and Mary* Quests were Mrs. Raymond Daniels of Alton and Mrs. Herbert Moore. Jfewn Notes SHtPMAN—At the organisation meeting of the Board of Directors of Community Unit 9, Earl Shelton was elected president and Ebert Pointer secretary. Russell Montgomery returned home Monday from Carllnvllle Area Hospital where he was ft medical 1 patient. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Reader and Mrs. Montgomery went to the hospital to bring him home. Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Matlack were guests Monday of their daughter, Mrs. Vale Christopher of Alton. Bob Frank attended the district, rural youth meeting at Edwardsville, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Charges Kldd and family and Mrs. Edward Smith of Talkington Mayor At Chesterfield CMESTERHKLfe - 3. P. Talkington WHS re-elected mayor here In the village election Tuesday. Other elected were: Rollin Keele, village clerk; Kenneth Woods, village treasurer and Harold Wallner, Elmer Krele, and Donald Talkington, trustees. CltilM Blerts CHESTERFIELD - Mrs. -Mattle Dams was elected president of St.. Peter's Episcopal Guild Society Tuesday In a meeting at the home of Mrs. Lula Moore. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Lulua Moore, vice president; Mrs. Horatfe Bramley secretary, Mrs. Claude Branan, treasurer. The next mectinfi will he May 5, with Mrs. Clara Barr. News Nnlr.i CHESTERFIELD ---' Mr. and Mrs. Bert .Tarred of Allon visited Sunday with Mrs. Lula Moore and Mrs. Eliza Wolfe. , Mrs. Carl Oetz, Mrs. Edn^ Dowland, Mcs. Lizzie Lylc and Mrs. Samuel E. Burns were in Alton Tuesday. Edwardsville were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bohlmeyer, / Graf ton Gtrl Honored On 16th Birthday ORAFTON.—Mls« Mnry Robeen, sophomore, entertained ner class, teacher and friends' at a party given in celebration of her sixteenth birthday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ro» been, Tuesday evening. Gifts were presented the honoree, games wore played and refreshments served. Twenty guests attended. „ , Ppfprt at Party GRAPTON - Members of the -folly Nine Pinochle Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Edith Plummer Monday evening In celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Bertha Brands and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Edith Brands, which occurred April Ifl and 20. A polluck supper wns served at i 6:30 o'clock, gifts were presented the honoreos, and games wore the diversion for the evening with prize awards going to Mrs. Edllh Brands nnd Mrs. Glayds Rldenoitr. Besides the members, the guests Ihcluded Mrs. Leila Keller of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and Mr*. Cora Schoetkor of Monon, Ind., who left Tuesday for their homes after a week's visit with their sister-in- law, Mrs. Edith Plummer and family and Mrs. Art Wilson of Grafton. PttWS ffefp R«t» HONG ,KONO. #~Th§ pro-Nationalist Kung Sheimg Dally News reported recently from Canton that the Chinese red military had arrested a Japanese adviser for "leakage of military Information." The paper said that Yanaglda Jlo, attached to the central-south military district command fQufti wit crfCifM tot that at leant ?,000 JaptMt era of war remain in tfW the Communist Foorth flelrf-....,,. These Japanese Pom are rtpgftttf to be serving the army at f 1 "" 11 "" engineers and technician!, fiend TstofrtBti Wdfrt Ml TOMORROW NIGHT "JOURNEY TO AFRICA" Via Colored Slides By MRS. RICHARD (BLOSSOM) BULLOCK World Traveler and Lecturer Thrilling Account of 80-Day Cruise To Colorful Ouf-of-Way Places REFRESHMENTS! Auspices Anna D. Sparks Alliance (2nd Lecture, Friday, Mny 8) 8 P, M. 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