Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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FWDAY, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Calhmm Dog Show On This Weekend HARfctN.—The Calhoun County Fox, Coon, Beagle & Bird Dog Association began its annual spring meet and bench show today at the tlub grounds 1!4 miles west of Michael, A to* chase was held early this morning and another chase will begin at 8 a.m. Satqrday. The coon drag will start at 9 a.m. Sun* day and the bench show will begin at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Lunch will be provided, but no liquor will be allow ( ed on the grounds, This annual show attracts dog owners from several counties and some from Missouri. Many fine dogs will be entered in the various competitions. Officers of the association are: Wallace Carpunky, president; Aubrey Bailey, secretary, and Harold Jones, treasurer. Heads ttardln Honor Roll HARDIN.—Joe Ringhausen again heads the Unit 40 High School honor roll for the six week's period, with a perfect score. Runnersup are Patsy Mades, Margaret Schudel, Marylee Ansell, Peggy Mades, and Marilyn Harmon. There are 54 students listed on the honor roll. . Hardin Notes HARDIN.—Apple blossoms re ally unfolded Wednesday #nc Thursday. Most folks prophesy that Sunday will he the best Apple Blossom Sunday for the past seven years. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher observed their 53rd wedding anniversary this week. They have lived in Hardin all their married life. Fisher is cashier of the Bank of Calhoun County. A large bob cat has been sighted several times on the hills west of town. The Wisconsin University students who had planned a week's geographical study in Calhoun have postponed their trip. Several of them were hurt in a traffic accident as they were on their way here and all of them returned to Wisconsin. The county commissioners have decided to sell the nine room house on the county farm and have it removed so they can build a smaller home for the farm's tenant. The Hollembeak Construction Co. of Quincy is moving in a lot of heavy machinery to do the earth moving on the new strip of road south of Hardin. The Bituminous Fuel & Oil Co. of East St. Louis will do the surfacing. Club Entertained At Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD — Mrs. Hounsley, assisted by Mrs. Lynn Routzahn and Mrs. E. J. Lockyer, entertained 24 members of the Woman's Club Wednesday afternoon. Guests included Mrs. Bertha Archer, Ann Leach, Ronald Snidle and Mrs. Luther Mason, guest speaker of Bunker Hill. v Mrs. Mason spoke on "Care of Plants and Helpful Hints" and of the Beautiful Gardens in Europe". During the business meeting the follosving officers were reelected: president, Mrs. Phobe Mat his; vice president, Mrs. Howard Leach; secretary; Mrs. Lyn Routzahn and treasurer, Mrs. C. V. Branah. Mrs. Edwin Leach gave a report of the county meeting held in Virden and Mrs. Branan reported on the district meeting . held in Carlinville. Their next meeting will be with Mrs. Howard Leach assisted by Mrs. Annie Rigsbey and Miss Ruth Sawtell. Church Services CHESTERFIELD. — Sunday school at the United Church will j be at 9:30 a.m., followed by morn- i ing worship at 10:45. Special mu- } sic will be an anthem, "He's My ] Friend," by the senior choir. Eve- j ning worship services are at 7:30. Japan will buy a million tons of rice between now and Mai-ch, 1954, largely from the United States and Thailand. Plan Father » Saturday at Bethalto BETHALTO - Members of the high school agricultural class will stage a father-son banquet Saturday at 7 :30 p. m. In the school cafeteria. John Mull, high school principal, and Wilbur Trimpe, superintendent of schools, are expected at the dinner at which several members of class will speak. Also scheduled on the program are two movies of Future Farmers of American activities. Girls of the home economics class will serve the dinner. Practice Drill Wednesday BETMALTO - A fire sfren at practice session for Bethalto firemen. After several members had responded to the call at the firehouse, one, truck was moved to the junior high building where old and new members practices hose and ladder techniques. The practice operation was under the direction of R. C. Reed, chief. Rotary Club Meets BETHALTO — Dr. Gaines Smitf of Wood River was guest at the Wednesday meeting of the Bethalto Rotary Club at the Zion Lutheran Church. Members heard a talk by Al Paul on the requirements to be met before a person could be Issued a private pilot's license. It was announced that next Wednesday's meeting has been cancelled due to the district conference to be held at Galesburg, group plan to attend. To Hear Billy Graham BETHALTO — A group from the First Baptist Church plan to attend the services conducted by Billy Graham in St. Louis tonight A bus has been chartered to transport the group there and back. To Sponsor Girl Scouts BETHALTO — At a meeting Wedneiday erf Girl Scout Trtwp TO at tfte Little Mouse, it was announced that the Woman's Club will sponsor the troop for another year. A discussion on awarding of badges to troop members was held and plans were made for a hiking trip next week, Mrs, Lucile Stewart! and* Mti. Leora Ricks will continue as lead* ers of the troop. rhcfttorflolil CHESTERFIELD.— Lee Hunt and moffttf of Alton tinvt ftefin guests this week of MM. Mary Rtddfe and daughter, Flora. Mrs. Wilbur Dams and daughters, Mrs. Sum Burns and Mrs. Clemmeth Johnson, spent Wednesday at Hartford with Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Sanders. ri'tifln In Burled in the sands on a beach near Dunedin, New Zealand, I passerby recently found amerfal bearing the portrait of George HI and the date 177^. 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