Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 7
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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•<.*,-• V fe «; FRIDAY, APRIL 24, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Fete GA A Girls At Carrollton First Awards Banquet ( Staged Tuesday CAUnOLLTON - The first gwards banquet of the girls Ath* lettc Association of the Carrollton Community Unit High School was held Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. in the high school building. Mothers of the girls and members of the faculty were guests of honor. First athletic awards were presented to Miss Darlene Daum, Miss Bertie BushneU, Miss Joyce Wiles, Miss Kay Grauel, Miss Lynda Shackelford, Miss Loretta Schofleld, Miss Mary Lou Sexton, Miss Kaherine Underwood, Miss Palmt Wood, Miss Mary Ellen Jouett, Miss Marilyn Shaw, Miss Carol Mardwick and Miss Helen Ross. JStdred PTA to Meet CARROLLTON-The April meeting of the Eldr^d Parent Teachers Association will be held Monday. The program will be presented by pupils of the sixth grade of the Eldred school; a group o[ the Carrollton Boy Scout Trpop under the direction of Russell Wiles and a group of high school students who will sing and give readings under the direction of Miss Lois Korty and Byron Chrisman who are the music and dramatics teach ers respectively in the local high school, Accepts Position In St. Louis CARROLLTON-Miss Betty Ann Siebermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Siebcrman has accepted a secretarial position in the Illinois Terminal Building in St. Louis and began work there Tuesday. Miss Siebermartn is completing her business course at Rubicam Business College within a short time. She is a graduate of the Carrollton High School and studied at th,e University of Illinois before entering Rubicam. Couple Married CARROLLTON — Miss Mary Bland and Jerry Carroll both of Hamburg were married Wednesday in the supervisor's room in the courthouse. The ceremony was performed by Judge Jack Alfeld To Attend Ministerial Meeting CARROLLTON — The Rev. and Mrs. C. Boyd and the Rev. arid Mrs. Walter B. Pruett and family will go to White Hall Tuesday evening where they will attend a ministerial meeting of the Greenfield group which will be held at the borne of the Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Leonard. Carrollton Hoit9 to Annual District Rebekah Meeting CARHOLLTON-The 40th annual meeting of the sand District of the Rebekah Lodge was held in the local IOOP hall Tuesday afternoon and evening with the local Re* behah Lodge serving as hostesses. Mrs, Thelma Bell of this city who is the district president this year presided during the meeting which was opened by Mrs. Wreatha Stevens, noble grand of the local lodge and her .staff of officers, Mrs. Sell was escorted to her static^ by t group of young women who carried gieen bells with let* ters of her name formett in pink upon them. As Mr*, Bell was seat* ed the' escorts formed a semi* circle around her chair and her husband Laverne Bell, sang, "I'll Walk Beside -You". Mrs. Bell's chair had been placed before an archway formed of ferns and red roses and centered with a white dove. The red rose was the flower and the dove the emblem chosen by Mrs. Bell for her year in office. The vice president, Mrs. Mildred Filson of Girard, was also escorted to her office and introduced to the group by her husband, Robert Filson as the district president had been introduced by her husband, Laverne Bell. Mrs.' Filson's chair was placed before a background of pink on which the silver, moon and seven stars had been placed this being the emblem of the State President of the Rebekah Lodges. The other District officers who were escorted to their stations and introduced by their husbands were: Mrs. \Dorothy Jones, of Brighton, warden; Mrs. Dorothy Brock, Carrollton, secretary; Mrs. Leona Coonrod, White Hall, treasurer, and Mrs. Nona Wayham of Jerseyville, junior past president. Mrs'. Brock was introduced to the group by her cousin, Howard Kessie. All of the officers were presented corsages. Mrs. Dorothy Wellhausen *and Mrs. Gertie Mungall presented the appointive district officers. Mrs. Iva Crowell of Rockford, junior past president of the ARA was presented by Mrs. Irma Struthers of Gillespie. State President Introduced Mrs. Madge Johnson of Harrisburg, president qt the Rebekah State Assembly^ of Illinois, was presented by Mrs. Eunice Bell Johnson, of this city. Mrs. Mary Rudolph of Mt. Olive, vice president of the Rebekah State Assembly, was presented by Mrs, Gertrude Stewart of • Jersey* vine, The Assembly appointees were presented by Miss Edith Cat! of Jerseyville and the IS past presi- detnB of the district presented by Mrs. Grace Ashlock of this city. The visiting district officers were presented by Mrs. Madeline Malt ler of Mt. Olive and all were given carnations. the address of welcome to the group was given by Mrs. Eunice Bell Johnson, district past president. The response was given by Mrs. Frances Allen of Girard. The tribute to the flag was given by Palmyra Lodge with Mrs. Henrietta Hoover as chairman. The shining light fund was given by the Gillespie Rebekah Lodge with Mrs. Edna Garrett as chairman. ducted by the Roodhouse Rebekah Lodge with Mrs. Blanche Smock as chairman. During the ceremonies of the afternoon 24 past noble grands and past grands received the assembly degree. During the evening program nine Lodges in the district presented skits honoring Mrs. Mary^ Rudolph of Mt. Olive, vice president of the Rebekah State Assembly. All of the skits were variations, of the main theme which was "What's i a Name". Drill Teams Perform The program closed with two drills honoring Mrs. Madge Johnson, president of the Rebekah State Assembly. One drill was entitled "Over the Rainbow" and the other was the "Moon and the Seven Stars". Mrs. Bell, district president, discussed Johnny Hoffman, who is making his home at the IOOF Children's Home in Lincoln and is sponsored by the District 22. The child had been presented an Easter outfit by the district members. The soloists during the afternoon and evening program were: Mrs. Edith Farnbach and LaVerne Bell and the accompanists were Mrs. Wreatha Stevens and Miss Nita Ford. * Greene Rural School Graduation Tonight CARROLLTON - The Rev. Ben A Bohn, pastor of the Baptist Church in White Hall, will be guest speaker at the Greene County rural eighth grade graduation cere* monies at 8 p. m. tonight In the White Hall High School. tn addition to the address by the Rev. Bohn, Miss Carol Peters will play a piano solo, "Rushing River*', Mrs. Nell Carrlco of this city will play the processional and recessional and diplomas will be presented by Q. W. Lowe, county superintendent of schools. The graduates are from the following schools, Martin's Praire, Shanklin, Barrow, Benear, Maple Grove, Highstreet, Walkerville, Belltown, Coates, Felter and New Stilloh, Attend Pence Conference CARROLLTON - The Rev. Waiter B. Pruett will go to Bloomington Monday where he will attend a meeting of a committee from the Illinois Mothodist Conference on World Peace. Rev. Swlgwlrk to Speak CARROLLTON - The Rev. Charles Sedgwick of Normal will show colorad- slides and give a lecture on the story of "The Baby- fold" at ct family night -program Sunday evening in the local Methodist Church. The program will be given following a potluck supper which will be served in the church dining room at 6:30 p. m. Friends of the church as. well as members of the congregation are invited to attend this service. Commission pn Mission Meets CARROLLTON - An organization meeting of the Commission on Missions for -the new year which begins in June will be held this evening In the local Methodist 1 Church. The Rev. Walter B. Pruiett pastor of the church will confer with the commjttee members who are Mrs. H. H. Levi, Mrs. Damon Driver, Mrs. Stella Adams, Mrs. Franklin March, William Brame and George Schroeder. Three Marriage Licenses Issued CARROLLTON — Three m'^rri- age licenses were issued Wednesday in the office of Dwight Coon- Hospital Notes 8uritual Treatment Mrs, Helen Satdorf, 832 RIM. Michael fi, Kelster, Roxana. Mrs. Pansy Roe, 35 bugger, East Alton. Medical Treatment Russell K. Hammers Jr., East Alton. Mrs. Hurble E. Bruce, 428 Church, East Alton. Herbert H. Billings, 165 Shamrock, East Alton, William Davis, Rt. 1, Brighton. Dismissals Mrs. Edith Kelly, 813* East Seventh, Alton, Mrs, Marjorle A, Grlnkey, 520 Bering, Alton, Raymond 0. Gooch, Bethalto. Mrs. Alice Paul, 2610 Salu. Mrs. Thelma Graham, 522 Orchard. Eugene Clutts, S. Roxana. Walter R. Link, 208 Whltelaw. East Alton. Roger L. Ringering, 416 Prospect. Russell K. Hammers Jr., East Alton. St. Medical Treatment Gilbert M. Minor, 409 E. Eighth. John Bonner, Brussels. William Swoboda, 903 Main. Mrs. Elizabeth Theidmann, 3408 California. Miss Sharon Ann Lux, 66 East Penning, Wood River. Mrs. Margaret Wall, Hartford. Surf-leal Treatment John L, Stone, 617 Fifth. Eugene Kesslnger, 638 Wlnkler. Mrs. Emma Wilson, 421 Monroe, East Alton. Kenneth G. Lahr, Piasa. Mrs. Marian J, Conway, 1324 Garden. Mrs. Mary D'Laughlin, 1501 Troy Rd., Edwardsville. John North. Rt. 1, Alton. DIlHIIIMlR Mrs. Bertha DeSherlla, 19? Midi- son. Henry Fullagar, 3T14 Aberdeen, Mrs. Betty Henkhaus and Infant son, 918 East Fifth. Mrs. Pearl Kallal, Rt. 3, Jersey- vine. Mrs. Dorothy Mae Klttrell, 3808 Aubln. Mrs. Betty McBrlde, Hartford. Mrs. Margaret Mansholt and Infant son, Bunker Hill. Dr. James Mlskell, Jerseyville. Tony Nasello. 323 McClure. . Mrs. Marjorie Ringering, 97? Whitelavv. Wood River. Mrs. Mabel Sanders, 307 Brookside. Mrs. Lillian Stroup, 828 E. Fifth. Charles Westerhold, Rt. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Vivian Wet stein, 3231 Hawthorne. Mrs. Margaret Wlckephauser. 908 Langdon. Eugene Miller, 167 Goulding. Alton /ffemoHfil Medical Treatment James Allen, 351 Llndenwood. George McKinney, W)7 Grove. Mrs. Katherine Bartholomew, Kampsville. Waller Brown, 2408 Sherwood. Bernard Peipert, 2410 Sherwood. Mrs. Sophia Barrioz, 2309 Locust. Powell Barrow, 103 E. Elm. Mrs. LaVerro Gwittlm, Off East Eighth. Surgical treatment Mrs. Georgia Trout, Godfwy, Lee Candler, Belleville. Shirley Winters, 2318 Locust, William Gillson, 701 Glass. Mrs. Gladys Hatcher, Godfrey, Wiley Daniel, 3588 Aberdeen. Mrs. Edith Kelly, 818'/i Seventh. Mrs. Elizabeth Eltel, 999 Dan* forth. Ronald Ahner. Rt. 2, Alton. Stephen and Wayland Brltt, 824 East Sixth. Dlanne Wlckenhauser, 3012 Forest. Dismissals Raymond Mitchell, 2113 Johnson. Robert Whlteslde, 1805 Main. Brian Lobdell, IDS Central, Wood River. Darwin Richards, 3700 Western. Carolyn Cope, Kane. Elizabeth Senger, Grafton. Mannie Ringering, Dow. Mrs. Reka Herzog, 2623 Humbert. Milton Otlwell, Pearl. Mrs. Nellie Manley, Bethalto. Bernard Becktold, Dow Mrs. Grace Gelbel, 239 Lorena, Wood River. Patricia Stauffer. Jerseyville. Gretchen Grandfieid, Godfrey. Mm. Optl Bnmaufti, UK Mfr AmtM Clendenny, Pletmnt ffltt. Carson Quirm, 208 Brentwood, Carl Rimers, 3913 Sent. Mrs. Karl Lehmann mid infant t daughter, 410 West Fowth, Mrs. Don Jacoby and infant ion, 1249 Brown, Mrs. Dewey Summers and ift> fant daughter, Godfrey. err our w DOT ,., WE PAY THE BILLS! ONI PLACE TO PAY. NOT A LOAN CO, Call or Stt The Budget Plan Of ALTON 201 Went 3rd, 2nd Hoof Alton 2-9711 HUHT HARDWARE ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Sunday 8 am to Noon. Telephone 4-8075 • Hardware • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Floor Sunders For Rent Hours Daily: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. GtUly «t«r, S Si, Alt** - The escorts' throughout the after-1 rod, county clerk. Licenses were noon and evening were: Miss Ina j issued to Jerry Carroll and Miss Brock, Mrs. Irene Martin, Mrs. Norma Winters, Mrs. Mildred Varble, Mrs. Gertie Mungall, Mrs. Mary Stout and Mrs. Dorothy SLIMLINE SUNBACK Sha has added an ex- \ pertly detailed stitched Jacket to her slimline sunback. She's wonderfully smart in crisp Sanforized* broadcloth for cocktails in town or the couotry club dance. Navy, Green, Purple, Charcoal. Sizes 12 to 20. (Complete, dress and Jacket). $8.98 Wellhausen. Members of the drill team were: Miss Ina Brock. Mrs. Irene Martin, Mrs. Mildred Varble, Mrs. Norma Winters, Mrs. Gertie Mungall, Mrs. Geneve Ks- sie, Mrs. Dorothy Brock and Mrs. Mary Stout. , The group was entertained at dinner at 6:30 in the dining room of the Presbyterian Church. The meeting Tuesday was attended by J85. persons. The fall meeting Girard. will be held Nov. 7 in Carrollton High GirVs Sextet to Enter State Meet Mary Bland both of Hamburg; to Sam Hermans and Miss Lorene Milton both of White Hall, and to Clem F. ,Kirbach, CarroLlton and Miss Virginia Stanley of Jerseyville. Typing Class Completes Course CARROLLTON —The adult typing class taught by Mrs. B. J. Trost two evenings each week completed their course of 20 typing lessons Wednesday evening and were guests at a party that evening at the home of Mrs. Trost. Students who completed the course were: Mrs. C. A. Whiteside, Mrs. Mather Reif, Mrs. Arch Howard, Miss Marie Witt, Mrs. Catherine Richards, Howard Kessie, Lee Pohlman and Carroll Tapp. Mrs. Trost, who instructed the class/is commercial teacher in the Carrollton Community Unit High School. CARROLLTON — t Members pf Dragon Dancefl Banned The traditional Chinse New Year the Girl's Sextets of the Carroll-1 "Dragon Dance" parades were ton Community Unit High School | banned this year in Rangoon. Burma, following a street fight between Communist andNalionalist will enter the state finals at Charleston Friday May 1. The num-! bers they will sing are "Looking sympathizers in the city's crowded Glass River" by Malin and "My! Chinatown. Police dispersed Chi- Johann" by Grieg. Members of the ensemble are Miss Janice Fry, Miss Kathryn Underwood, Miss Sharon Howard, Miss Joan Borlin, and Miss Lynda Shackelford. The accompanist is Miss Wilma Martin and Miss Lois Korty is the director. CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. IrXvin Johnson entertained at dinner Wednesday evening at their home honoring their son, Joe, who left today for service with the armed forces. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. Grueter and family and Mr. and Mrs. T. Carmody and famly of this city. Honored at Party CARROLLTON — Mrs. Charles Sullivan was guest of honor at a party given Wednesday evening at the Country Tea Room. The hostess was Mrs. Langdon Varble. nese factions which attacked each other with spears and loaded sticks. There are over 70,000 Chinese in Rangoon, about equally divided into pro-Communist and pro-Nationalist groups, THE TIME IS RIGHT... RIGHT NOW TO W* *Uo carry «11 kind* ol LAWN MOWERS . mower*, power •IM- tric mowmr*. pric«4 from YOUR HONE For The BEST LOOKING and LONGEST LASTING 106 USE Dutch Boy *4 65 AVD Seldlltz HOUSE PMNTS m ** i'» See Our Great Selection of Colors For House Paints and Suafast Sash and Trim Colon. 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