Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 23, 1953
Page 12
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THURIDAY, APRIL II, lf|* EVENING TELEGRAPH Nothing The Weather Can Calhoum Weekend HAROW. -By Saturday, C«t* hflfln County'Mil be ready tor the throftg of visitors that Is expected ever the wtek end for th* viewing of the »ppla blos«ofti«, At! county retds; hive been waded tnrJ the hfgftway iupet-intefrawrt iayt they are. In the best ihafce he has ever had them. Township roads are also befog smoothed and Workmen are «»pa|rtng the rough spot* in the streeir, AM. tipple trails will be marked out by plain signs and will lead to the best scenery as welt' as to the m<»< BeauJJfm orchards. The county wilt be lucky this year In thit all ferries will be running, Last year the only ferry that could operate was West Point, as both rivers were In flood, sight* seers from the west, southwest, artd southeast always come Into thi county by the way of Deer Plain, Golden Eagle, and West Point ferries, Those from -the east come by the way of Hardln bridge and KampBville ferry, while from the north they ; enter by Rts, 98 and 100. Sunday will naturally be the biggest day and plans have been worked out for the entertainment of visitors on that day. The apple queen, Miss Edwlna Sehulae, and her court, will start meeting visitors at Knmpsvllle, where they will have lunch at St. Anslem's Church, Following an after-dinner program they will appear at Hardin at 1:30j Satchtown, 2:30, and Brussels, 3:30. A program of band mus'lc, speaking, and other entertainment will be provided at each town. The queen's party will be at St. Matthew's Church "In Brussels for supper and will'then attend the queen's dance at the American Legion Building there. Both the Kampsville and Brusaells churches will serve flieals from noon till evening. All programs will be on CST. Calhoun restaurants are stocking a large supply of food in anticlpa- 'Achiever 5 Award To Bill Trnitt Sill Truitt, president of th* Achiever's Association of /flton and wood River waa preswrfeH last week with a WoraM.MoSe* $100 cash seholariMp; The ifresenta- tion wnfth was made By Oavld L. Saylofs president of Junior Achievement of Alton-Wood River, waa bawd on natfoM competition irt 43 sfate*, and wa.4 a'warded 6n the basis of the winner's record In Juhlflr Achievement, Truitt, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. MewantTrultt of Godfrey, was formerly president of the "Achiever's Newspaper" and Is currently a staff member. He has been active In Junior Achievement for the past three years. The scholarship can be used at any college, university or school that Truitt may choose. It is also teriewable 'each year, depending upon grades maintained by the re- ciplent. Mr. Savior, in presenting Ihe award said, "The fact that Bill Trultt Vvon the scholarship in such competition is evidence that the Junior Achievement program here is one of the finest In Ihe country." Junior Achievement Is a national non-profit organization expanding and educational "learn by doing" program for teen-agers, in which ihe youths learn the functions of business by actual ownership and operation of their own miniature corporations, The public is invited to get a first hand view of J. A, in operation, at the Annual tlon of the week-end crowd, it has long been the boast of thq county's citizens that no one should leave hungry. The best selling item on the food list of the restaurants has always been apple pie and it is hoped that this year's supply will be adequate. Nothing but the weather can spoil a big week end for Calhoun! By MR8t RUBY FOSfERr&RQ - Mrs., Lee Durham,' AmetioiM»m Japanese resident of tWs area, will speah Friday evtrHnt at ih* ft A meet* ing at Fosterburg School on tnt; subject, "Education in Japan". An* nuai election of officers wilt b« heft, Movies will be shflfrff tor ftte children and there wilt fte a toy show in Room 1, taught by Mm. .Hew, the children of this worn, First and second grades, will give a demonstration of their toys Friday afternoon. Rev. Gene Kaufman of Modesto started a two weeks series of eva» gellsflc meetings at SethteWm Baptist Church Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oollke and Mrs. Mary Gabriel, atf o! foster- burg, sang special nufrttoers Tues> day and Wednesday evenings. , The committee which plans the annual Foster township Sunday school convention is planning a meeting in the near future to arrange the details for this year, The Sunday schotrt suplrintendents from each of the four churches and the officers of the convention Itself make up the gwup, The officers are Merritt kamper r president; Irvln Maneke, vice president; Mrs. Paul Tilehenai, treasurer; and Will Generally, secretary, ftoland Pelot, son of William Pelot, will leave Friday after a six- day furlough here with his relatives. He is stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky. Ruth Harris was an over night guest Monday of a schoolmate, Carol Pierson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pienon of North Alton. ' Berlin Adopts Slogan City officials of West Berlin are making plans for 'an all year around campaign to attract tourists. The slogan which they have tentatively selected for the campaign is: "Come and see the only free city behind the Iron Curtain." J, A. open house which -.will be held at Roosevelt Junior High School on the evening of May 13. Scholarshipn Available for Greene County Students CARROLLTON - G. W. county superintendent of schools IS announcing a number of scholar* ships that are available to Green* County students who wish to enter college this fall. In addition to the Normal University Teacher's college scholar* ships which are available to eacft accredited high school in the cetln* ty, there are a number of scholarships open tor the University of Illinois, Among them are the one given In agriculture and In home eco> nomlcs In each county. These scholarships have a value of J320 each for the four year course, It Is no longer necessary for the j student to file an application In | advance of the examination nor I to obtain recommendfltftms from I the Illinois Farmers' Institute. 1 The competitive^ examination for i these scholarships will be conduct- I ed In 0. W. Lowe's office Saturday, June fl. Another given Is the county scholarship and the scholarships for children of World War I and World War H 1 veterans. They are usable In any college in the university by students who meet the eligibility requirements, This examination Is also given June 0. The Sears Roebuck Scholarships are available to students entering the college of agriculture. They are awarded on a basis' of financial need, high school scholarship and effhto rerords that, show promise of superior attainment. The stipend Is $200 tor t,h? freshman year with the possibility of an extension through the sophomore and Junior years for very outstand* ing students. No examination is required for tWs scholarship, The Kroger scholarship of $200 tor the freshman year are awarded on the basis of scholastic achievements In high school and leadership qualities as demonstrated in school 441 Club, FFA and f HA and other youth organfKattons. Financial need may also be considered. Six scholarships' to be divided equally between students NYLON AND ACETATE, fn atrletrttufi and hofftt wwowfea are available for Iffintrifl Apfrti* cations tor theie wtortifiMpt may be obtained from tr» wriltge of agriculture, University of Illinois and should be completed by June 10, % There are a lirtwed number of special scholarships good In any college in the University of Illinois that are available, for com* plete information concerning these scholarships students should Write to the director of admlsafona and records requesting the toldtf entitled undergraduate scholarships and an application form, Student* who are InferMtcd in obtaining scholarships are requested to talk to their principals and teachers who will given assistance In every way. G. W. Lowe, ihe county superintendent of schools, wilt also be glud to aifftt in Student wfshlng further information regarding the scholarship!. TO mtfftt! Yftlrth COflfdfCHttt | CARROLLTON'- MISS Deiores Parrott, county home ndvtwr, W. If. Brown Jr., county farm adviser, and Williams Stone, assistant youth adviser, will spend Thursday and Friday in New Salem where thty wttl attend i enc§. The Rutsiani have trnnmtf Optra "Salome" in an cause it "Rlortfte* the of the capitalist wotht," reports. After a metger clove crop year, Madagascar ord 7,000-wn crop in NAVY 0X1 gfc mm. J t ^Kailiritlf' ' migffffli viyinni , GENUINE CALFSKIN Alton s Largest Credit Jeicelers -JEWELERS Year to Pay 7 DIAMONDS flofh Rings Your Rings Insured FREE $ 79 50 It,SO WKEKI.V 10 DIAMONDS */ngi $ 158" « DIAMOND WIOOINO IANO SIT •etfclinff USE YOU* CREDIT |Fi W. THUD ALTON ILL ACCOUNT ALL NYLON - PUCKER 45" wide WOVEN BIRDSEYE PIQUE IRISH LINEN 6 colon PURE SILK SHANTUNG, 10 colors DRAPERY MATERIAL, £.45 48" wide, per yard QUILT PIECES per yard pit yird I ™ «.» . .per yird I 1 ™ I , 1 ;ptr yird .95 4.49 4 .29 2lb». PAUL'S 206 STATE ST. FABRICS ALTON, ILL t Hick Only • Slsci 5 W 1 211 NASA St JEWELERS •••••^^^^^^^^^^^••••••^•i Alton's Largest Credit Jeweler* An*fl quality Sn*IUd Hoekfj TripMinoHcd. SNIL1IO Made and Packed by HORROCKS-IBBOTSON the World's Largest and Oldest Maker of Fishing Tackle '*?• rirm*^ *%*** Tackle lok Kg, h««vyt«i»t» tl««l box with cantilever tray l*r tail, pkk«r*l mt NOOKS | ITMIear««l| s* HERE'S A LIST OF MANY OF THE ITEMS INCLUDFD witfc Reel NOTHING'S LEFT OUT Uv»l Wind i»»l JawKd tanbao Pol* SO ydt Nyla« tin* Joitad VkM kail UtVI* ••• Nylo* Carlitl* torr*l Iwlvtll «»rt« Mwk* tod to* Kltby NMkt, *M«d N* • Plug lent. »i»td («llM>* CM ft* Wal«r «ttb» MMkl, M*. • PAY BY THE WEEK - NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT * ',V Use Your Credit Opu An AoMunt IB 3 tit W. THIRD IT. ALTON, ILL. OPENEVUY FBIDAVNUT TILL9PJL

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