Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 30
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

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THURIDAY, APRIL 31, 19S3 ALTON KVSN1NO TBLEORAPH f>A01 Bethako Club Women Of Opportunities for Youth BBTHAL1 l O- tl OppurlunlU«i for yoBQi", WM (fit robjwt of the §d- drffn gfvm to nmnbcn ot ttn Bethtlta Wernin'i Club arid thvir gireitt, the glrla of the senior high Wheel cliii, Tuesday evening at the Methodlit Church. Mm, Jamil Dedman of Deoatur wai the speaker who mid that "never before has youth had such opportu* nitln in fleldi inch ai radio, tele* vision, aviation and sciences". Mni. Dedman, daughter of Rev, and Mrs. C. M. Carlton, is a graduate of Charleston Teacher's College and has taught in Moro and Decatur schools. "The world is becoming a small -community through modern inventions", she said "and people should act as neighbors. For youth to take its' rightful place in the community they should have faith in God, their country and their- selvefc." * An entertainment program was presented under the guidance of the Mrs. C. H. Carlton which tea- tured a vocal solo by Marlene Vogel, • reading "Great Guns" by Dorothy Nattyott and a ftad» ing "Under the Makeup" by Neva Jean Neunaber., Membew of the senior elan and the faculty and their wives who were present wen Introduced by Miss Emily MePaddeen to the Woman's Club. Mrs, Betty Mattery, Mrs. Florence Neunaber, Mrs. Joyce Sullivan and Mrs. Vera Browing were in charge of the social Hour and served refreshments follow ing the talk by Mrs. Dedman. A short business meeting was held in which members agreed to send donations to the Trail Rangers and the Cancer Fund Drive. Mrs, Alice Hartley, vice-president, conducted the business meeting, Rotary Anns Meet BETHALTCU-The Rotary Anns met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Eva Prehn'wlth Mrs, Valerie Cain serving as co-hostess, A donation of $10 will be sent to the cancer fund drive, Games were played by member* and prizes were awarded to Mrs, Fred Hiftnira Rnti Held tt Brighton BRIGHTON — fmtfll fttH IMP Fred Hartman, who dhra ntit Nt* urday, are conducted at 1 p, m. Tuesday in the Presbyter 1 in Church by the Rev. Kenneth 0. Bower. Mrs., M. W, Regenbein was soloist, auuurnpuilfB by Mrs, Claud McAfee. Pallbearers'were: W. G. Stroh* beck, A, A. Moehle, A. J, Farrell, William Thyer, B. 0. Frtne and Louena Neuhaut, Mrs, Mary naber, Mm, Virginia Plegge and Mrs, Marion Klein. Refreshment! were served and it was announced that Mrs, Alberta Aghetta and Mrs, Audrey Prange will be hostesses at the next meeting. Bowling ffawi BETWALTO-In the Tuesday Men's League the Rotary Club won two from Knoche Television, Beacon Finance won two from Suessen Trucking, Vic's won three from Leonard Ice and Fuel and Art Cleaners won two from Burrus Seed. Art Cleaners had team high series, a 2,588, and team high single, a 928, Jim Apple won individual honors with his series of 880 and single of 266. P. G, Scheftel. Burial wat in Valley View Cemetery, Bdwardsvine, At the MMQMQ ntes tiondueted Omwy everting in Warner funeral honw un •ttended by memben oTfeibbard Lodge AF A AM Chest- er*Tayter of feast Alton delivered the oration, George Guker of Wood River acted as chaplain, assisted by Lester Allen, secretary and Emery Kamp, marshal, Brighton Legion Women To Sponsor Fish Supper BRIGHTON — A cafeteria supper, featuring fish sandwiches, will be served Friday evening in the Legion Mall by members of the Auxiliary. 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