Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 3
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April 24, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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FRIDAY, APRIL 24, I9J3 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Lwt Program for Dedication At Bethalto High Sunday BETMALTO.— The program for the dedication oi the new $459,800 annex to Civic Memorial High School was announced today by Wilbur Trimpe, superintendent of Unit 8 schools. The addition will bo open for Inspection at noon May 3 wllh ceremonies slated to begin at 2:30 p.m. O. Derrell Smith, president of the Board of Education, will b« In charge at the dedication, and talks will be given by County Supt. George T. Wilkins, and Vernon C. Nlckell, state superintendent of public Instruction. From noon to 5:30 p.m., there will be conducted tours of the building and organ music will be played from 1 to 2 p.m. Band selections fey the Bethalto Community Unit School Band, under «U* fftMTMtNT OtttntO ONLY. FOft «• ui» tt. NtiAu eoNaiiTioN *uoei»tt» WITH MUD COLDI. N«I*U eonatiTioN MIT MOBUCt ItHHOKt 6t, SINUS TROUBLE NiMt ttfltettton ««y ciutt tymptoiftt of, iinui heidicbM, pr«uure hi forthtid, idling cht*k bon«, torenttl in tyef, top of head, luck of held ind down ntck. Thouwndt of lufftrtr* (ton ilmott every city and himtet in America hive obtained fait relief with this seniational, Inexpensive, new method. WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET, telling how tutltttn hive obtained anaiing relief with thii limple horn* treatment. No «OM or obligation. Ltk»n*»t la, Lodt. the -direction of William Smock, will be played from 2 to 2:30 p.m. After the invocation by the 'Rev. Joseph B. Head of Cottage Hills, introductory remarks and a presentation of the architects and contractors will be given by R. N. Bond, senior member of the board of education, Wilbur Trimpe will introduce the platform guests and John Mull, principal of the high school, will acknowledge the gifts presented to the scnool by the Bethalto Rotary Club. An original oration by William Simpson, who Is a member of the junior high school class, will precede dedication remarks by George T. Wilkins and a dedication address by State Supt. Vernon Nickell. Joseph. B. Hobbs, superintendent of Mason County schools, will present a talk on "Looking Ahead" and benediction will bo given by Rev. Head. Refreshments will be served in i the school cafeteria at the conclusion of the ceremonies. When admitted to. West Point Academy, each cadet signs agreement to serve for a period of eight years, unless sooner discharged by ! competent authority. i ! In their second consecutive dry i year, some islands of the Fiji group arc reported by Suva to be in full-scale drought. Modora By BERTHA SHORT MEDORA — Sue Gorham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Gorham, has been home since Tuesday, ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Howard Pruift and Mrs. Glenn Pruitt and daughter, Glenda, Carllnville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pruitt, Hettick, were visitors Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pruitt. Lawrence Moran, Brighton, Is visiting at the home of his daugh* ter, Mrs. Robert Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. William Wooff and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Seimer and twin daughters, Karen and Sharon, Alton, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes. Mrs. George Sanders visited In Carlinville Wednesday with Mrs. C. F.Sanders and daughter, Melnotte, the latter having returned from Barnes Hospital where she underwent major surgery. Mrs. Shelby Jones has returned home from St. Elizabeth's Hospital •Granite City, where she underwent surgery. Her husband suffered a light stroke Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isringhausen, Jerseyville, visited Tuesday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Golike. ' Mrs. Robert McGlasson and children, Eldretf, are visiting thrt week with her sister, Mrs. Walter Varble. T. B. Ruyle is confined to his home with mumps. Mrs. Howard Evans, Roodhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Capman and daughter, Phyllis, Barnhart, Mo., and Mrs. Myrtle Gould and daughter, Marian, Alton, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kirsch and her mother, Mrs. Roy Armstrong, went to AltonWednesday eveing to see thelatter's brother, Lep Lillis, a surgical patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Ralph Lowis and daughter, Cathy, and Mrs. W. F. Bennett were In Carlinville Wednesday. Candy now may enter Egypt duty free, Caitr reports. HIA of Jersey Elects Officers Locke Named Head Of Organization MKT50RA.—Mrs. Enrl Richoy attended R meeting of the Health Improvement Association Wednesday 'evening In Jerseyville. It was an organization meeting and oftl- rers were elected as follows: Louis Locke, Jerseyville, president; Mrs. Dennis East, Jersoyvllle, vice- president, and Mrs. Russell Rich, Medora, secretary-treasurer. The president appointed the following committee chairman: Mrs. John Randolph. Jerseyville, proj ect; Mrs. Earl Rlchey, Modora, Who Launders Sheets and Shirts Best? 909 E. Broadway Dial 3-8877 publicity; John Sturgeon, Ornften, membership; Mrs. t>ennls Easf, Terreyvlllo, program; Russell Campbell, Ottervlllo, budget, and Morris Waggoner. Jrrseyville, public relations, and by-laws. The Association voted to sponsor the blood donor program in Jersey County. A bloodmoblle will be in Jerseyville In June. The meetings of the Association will be held the thlrc( Wednes« day of the first month of each quarter, To Attend Allnn Acmrmbly MEDORA.—The Medora Assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls will go to Alton Monday evening to attend initiation cere- monies of the Assembly there. The girls are requested to meet at the Corner Drug Store that evening at 5:45 p.m. (cst). F.nftlgn Ames ttffn MEDORA.—Ens. Teddy Ames ot the USS McCaffery, Ne^wport, R.I., Is here on a 10-day leave and Is visiting his molher, Mrs, D, W. Voorhccs. Miss Joan Pansier of Galesburg, is also a guest in the .Voorhees home. BuddrHflt to hftvfi dlscflvwsd time in the f I f t h wtlfmy Brf » have called this tend futtn, from „ a tree that grew theft. ,' Lake Chad, central Africa, has an area of about 10,000 square miles during 1hn dry season, ami about 20,000 square miles during the rainy season. Haiti has a new plastics plant. GOSPEL MEETING AT THE CENTRAL AVE, OHUROH OF CHRIST 1123 Central Ave., Alton, III. \ Saturday ,April 25Hi, 7:45 P.M. and Sunday, April 26th, 10 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. PREACHING BY A. J. Mclaughlin, Evangelist Giant Deluxe 194 Ott. ft, COLDSPOT FREEZERS OWL? 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