Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 23, 1953
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\, THIRTY ALTON EVRNINO TEL80RAPH THUMDA Y, APftUt * 11* Stteceedi Mrs, Smrh Jersey Junior Women Elect Mrs, Donald Martin President JERSEYV1LLE - Mrs. Oonald Martin was elected president of the tocal Junior Woman's Club Tuesday at tftt Moose Home. Shi succeeds Mrs. Virgil Swirls who served in this post the past two years, Mrs. Martin has been serving as press and publicity chair* man for the club. Other officers elected for the coming year were: Mrs. Herbert Naylor, first vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Ingersoll, second vice president! Mrs. John Randolph, recording secretary; Miss Betty Stanley, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Fred Pratt, treasurer. The appointive officers, including department and committee chairmen, will be named prior to the Installation banquet to be held May 19 where the officers will be seated. Reports Given Members of the nominating com* mittee presenting their report were Mrs, Harold Parsell, Mrs. Everett Tuetken, Mrs. Paul Miller, Mrs. John Randolph and Miss Dorothy Lanham. Mrs. Virgil Searls presided at the meeting and devotionals were given by Miss Cuma Lee Frost. Dr. Homer Clevenger, chairman of the history and government department of Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Mo., was guest speaker for the program and was introduced by Miss Jean Heye, club parliamentarian. Dr. Clevenger spoke ton "Women in Politics with a Little. TV Mrs. Helen Wuestenfeld, club representative to the Citizens Committee, gave her report. The Board of Education of Community Unit District No. 100 has previously passed a resolution providing that further major changes In the proposed building plans for the district would be made only upon recommendation from, or after approval of such changes by the Citizens Committee. The Club voted at the meeting to approve the first plan submitted for the building program with a few changes. Mrs. Fred Pratt gave a report of the district convention of JFWC In Pitlsfleld, 111., which she at* tended as a delegate. The scrapbook of the local Junior dub won second place In that exhibition. The club voted to send a delegate to the convention of the General Federation of Women's Clubs In Washington, D. C. and to the state convention in Chicago. The former conclave is from May 25 to May 29 and the latter is May 13 and 14. The delegates to these 1 sessions will either be the president or someone selected by hot-. Dance May I Announcement was made of the annual dinner dance of the Junior Women's Club which takes place May 1 at the Meow Homt, Reservation* must bf made by Friday with Mrs, Chtrlw Ringhausen or Mrs, Ray sweetrnsn §nd prefer* enet given em two available menus. The public Is Invited to attend. Mm. Searla presented a gift from the club to Mrs. Ray Brickey Jr., and Mrs. John Self, In appro* elation of their work In dlrtctlng the annual style show and musical this year, The show netted approximately $425 w^lch will be added to the club fund for furnishing a room in the Jerseyvllle Hospital, The club will alto hold a rummagt sale for this project In May, time and place to be announced later. Hostesses for the meeting Tuesday were: Mrs. William Thomas, Mrs. A. Van Walleghan, Mrs. Tom Randolph, Mrs. Martin Schroedor, Mrs. Kenneth Ingersoll and Miss Melba Noble. —— - t-J ... -T —---_ -i _.JU.L__.- |-|. |_ ----- u Wrecked by a German bomb in 1940, Lydd Parish Church, "the cathedral of flomney Marsh," England, has been restored and recently was re-consecrated. Read Telegraph Want Ads By MRR» BBHVHA BttOOT MfiDORA - Mn, Richard l and children, Alton, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr, and Mn. Truman Bowkfr. Mn. Banll n the former Miss Wllda Long of Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Luselus Edwards and'Mr. and Mrs. Adrian" Edwards Carrollton, were gilests Tuesday evening of Rev, and Mn. W. A. summers. Howard Alberts, Alton visited Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Wayne Chum. Mrs. P. H. Sanden, Mrs. W. D. Gllworth, Mrs. George Wilton, Miss Rose Carson and Mn. J. J. Seiber attended the East St. Louis district WSCS meeting hell at the Main Street Methodist t Church in Alton Tuesday. The* Medora High School baseball team will go to Hardin Friday afternoon for a game. Friends have learned that Mrs. Lillle McCrellls has been dismissed from a hospital In Springfield And is at UK nOHM of her Harry Stronk, furtorvllle. MM, M, & fBjMf Mn tun it tut Carllnvflb Area Hotpltal a ftw dayi reueivlng tPMtrnvfit, Mn, HI* zer is the commercial teacher in the Medori High School, The Medora Parent Teachers Association will conduct a bike sale at the Comer Drug Store Saturday commencing at 9 • ,m, Alt memBen ft the organization are requested to bring food for the sale. The public Is Invited to attend the style show by the Future Homemakers of America at the high school udltorium Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Miss Janet Wilson Is the instructor and sponsor. The Jolly Workers 4-H Club of Bethel will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Janet Campbell. Mrs. Clinton Wedding has been confined to her home with mumps. Japan has arranged to market Its large surplus of whale oil, selling It to West Germany which in turn will supply Japan with Cuban sugar, Tokyo reports. For every home use. 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