Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 5
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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THURSDAY, APRIL it, 1953 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH New Teacher Signs Contract At Wood River GARBONUALE—Mts, Alice Dye Thompson, who will be graduated frortt Southern Illinois University in Jane has accepted a position a* an ilementary school teacher In l^e Wood River Klempntary School, according to the S1U Placement Service. ftfim, Thompson, an elementary education major in the College of Education, if a member of PI Kappa Sigma social sorority, The formif Alice Dye,* she is married to Hlrb Thompson, a 1951 graduate of Southern; She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dye, Oeff, fll. Hot Lunch Being Served At Grafton Schools GAAFTON — The hot lunch program for students and faculty members began Monday. Two PTA members will help dally the first week of the new project. Mrs. Bennett Brown is the cook and Mrs. Fannie Slaten and Mrs. Amelia Forbes are the assistant cooks. Monday Mrs. Gerbig and Mrs. Dorothy Gisy, PTA members, assisted. Meals will be served school days from 11:15 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. in the Methodist Church Annex. Children will walk to lunch daily except in bad weather when they will be transported by the school bus. Hot Lunch at Election GRAFTON — The Auxiliary Unit of Whalen Hill Post served lunch to voters at the annual City Election today in the Americn Legion Hall. The menu consisted of moat loaf baked beans, salad, cake, pie and coffee. GRAFTON — The Assembly of God Revival ended Sunday evening Feted On Birthday GRAFTON — Superintendent of Grafton Schools and Mrs. P. P. Downey entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Sandra Ruyle, who was celebrating her birthday which occurred Saturday. Present besides those mentioned were the honoree's husband and children, Dwighf: Ruyle, Richard and Ann Elaine. Bible Study Tonight GRAFTON — "A Tnie Faith Will Control the Tongue" will be the subject for Bible Study following the weekly prayer meeting to be conducted by the Rev. Benjamin ! W. Sauerwein at the Baptist Church this evening at 7:30 p. m. Flan Amateur Show GRAFTON — At the April PXA meeting, it was voted to give an amateur contest for the benefit of the sophomore's trip to Washington D.«C. this summer. The contest committee met with their chairman, Otis Ruyle, high ' school teacher, to formulate plans Monday. Tests show good quality tea can be grown in tropical North Queensland, Australia. Bolivia is reported unhappy about its match monopoly and may cancel the contract. Read Telegraph Want Ads Retftal Meeting Opens At Salem Methodist GRAFTON — A revlvil meeting opened at the Salem Methodist Church Monday night at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Ross Smlfh, conference evangelist, Is conducting the meet' Ing. The public is Invlfpd to attend. The Clrafton Methodist Youth Fellowship attended « sub-district MYF meeting at the Mrdora Methodist Church Monday evening. North Alton To Irrttlfttw ?few Daughters of Union Veterans, tent 33, wilt meet at 8 tonight at the meeting room at MUM fi. Fourth St. The group will have Initiation servlceifor three new members, Ml SBMI Members of Sunshine Glass of Elm Street Presbyterian Church vill be Ml the, church tonight and Friday morning to sort and mark articles for their rummage sale beginning at noon Saturday at the I church. I The board of elders and the board of trustees will meet at. 7:30 p. m. Monday at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. The elders will ;be hosts to the ushers group as I part of the get-acquainted program for new members of both groopt. Rnfttmtt Practice Sunday Sam Rosenberg, chnlrmnn of the athletic commit! re for the Northside Booster Club, has called for a practice session at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Northside Playground. Players Interested in playing with either the teenage or senior learn are urged to be on hand. Should weather prevent regular practice the players are asked to meet at the Shelterhouse, so that final plans for ihe summer iftran can be completed. Pack Meeting fnetday,. Cub Scout Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have their regular pack meeting at 7 p. m. Tuesday at the church. The hoys will meet with assistant cub- master, Steve Maher, to prepare their exhibits In the basement meeting room. The parents are to meet with the pack committee to hear a report on summer plans. FURNISHING SALE! need for your living room 2-pc. living room suite 9x12 LOOP PILE RUG, 2-END TABLES, 2-TABLE LAMPS, 1-COCKTAIL TABLE AND 2 PAIRS OF MATCHING CURTAINS START BIG DRIVE TO GET MEN INTO TELEVISION NOW No Previous Experience Needed To Prepare For Career In Big Opportunity Field CHICAGO—(Special) "Young men need no previous experience to prepare for a profitable, exciting career in Television," declared E. B. 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