Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 15
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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FRIDAY, 24, 1911 ALTON EVBNINO TfiLIORAPH FAOB Peggy Storm to Sing Wood River Church Class Plans Benefit Concert Sunday Night WOOD RIVER — Miss Peggy Storm, Alton, will toe featured vo* callit at the "Fine. Arts Concert" being sponsored by Mixen Clitt at First Methodist Church, Sixth St, and Lorena Ave., at 7:30 p, m. Sunday, The concert is being presented as a church building fund benefit and a free will offering will be taken. Local talent listed on the program are vocal solos by Miss Bonnie Sanders and Edward Scar* borough; a clarinet solo by Mrs. Ralph Stuart; a piano solo by Miss ^Marlene Tant; a reading by Mrs. Mrs. Edward, Groshong. A men's quartet directed by E. B. Wiley is scheduled to make an appearance and the men's quartet of Alton Main St.'Methodist Church will present selections. the class president Mrs. Groshong, will be mistress-of-ceremonies. Ushers will be Mrs. Odle Nichols, Mrs. Howard Nelson, Mrs. James Towey, and Mrs. Charles Armstrong. , Persons attending are Invited to the basement of the church following the program for a social period and refreshments. Mrs. Elder Larson will preside at the refreshment table. Others of the re freshment committee are Mrs. F. G. Dykeman, Mrs. Andrew Baker, Mrs. Hobart Turley, and Mrs. Hoyt Dodson. i Wood River OES Of ficers Honored WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Leo Rohde associate matron, and Lynn Stone associate patron, were honored by the Wood River chapter 871, Order of Eastern Star, Thursday night A crowd of 175 attended the appreciation meeting and socia hour which followed. Associate matrons and patrons from Grafton Granite City, Bethalto, Alton, Eas St. Louis, Edwardsville, Collinsville, Belleville, St. Jacobs, Staunton, Highland, Jerseyville and Greenville filled the stations for the OES work. Other associate matrons and patrons were from Pocahontas Columbia, Mascoutah, Waterloo Gillespie, Brighton, Marissa, and Bunker Hill. Mrs. T. B. Richardson, worthj matron, and Howell Barnett worthy patron, introduced th guests. Mrs. Rohde was escorted to her station through an arch of yellow roses and her husbane presented her with a bouquet o yellow roses. Mrs. Stone gave he husband a boutonniere. Mrs. Alma Ayes of Staunton, mother of Mr Stone, sang several songs. On the refreshment committe for the evening were: Mrs. Clay ton Romani, Mrs. Margaret Shan non, Mrs. Charles Bolin, Mrs. Coy Treat, Mrs. Harrison Vandergriff Mrs. Carroll Belangee and Mrs Howell Barnett. Fractures Hip WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Hele Batdorf, 78, of 832 Rice St., wa admitted to Wood River Hospita Thursday for treatment of a frac ture of the left -hip.' Mrs. Batdor was visiting at the home of he son-in-law and daughter, Mr. an Mn. Robert Leiner, 823 Rice St when she fell on the steps. Taiwan has its first creosoting plant at Hsin-cbu, to trat ties am other products. * THANKS To all my friends and those who supported m* in Tuesday's election. A. S. PARK EAST ALTON Sewer Caves in At food River WOOD RIVER — Heavy rain Thursday night apparently caused lf» eave»in cf a sewer at WhHelaw and Jennings Ave, A car driven by Bernard Law* rence of 133 Pence St., Cast Alton, dropped into the hole but did not damage Ms auto, Other reports of water damage Included two feet of water in the basement of the Charles Naylor home, 1200 Acton Ave., and 18 inches of water in the Les Cottun home on Fifth St. LIpfmmn'B Rave Guests WOOD RIVER — Guests at the R. A. Ltpman home, 526 Lorena Ave., Tuesday evening were: Miss Lillie Mae Ammerman, a missionary on furlough from Tenwek Sotik Kenya, British East Africa; Mrs. Guy Trout of Christopher, a representative of the National Holiness Association, and Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Hale of East Alton. The Rev. R. A. Llppman is In Sonora, Calif., conducting a revival meeting at the First Methodist Church. He is expected to arrive home by plane Saturday. In his absence his father-in-law, N. C. Henderson of Lawrenceville, was guest pastor at the local church. The Hendersons have been here Dick Ferry Loses Set ; Takes Over Paper Route WOOD RIVER—Richard Ferry of Deeatur, former chief of the Telegraph* news bureau here and now 8 teacher in the Deeatur school system, was out carrying papers one morning this week because he gambled and lost, He bet Gery Voss, a student and newspaper carrier, that he couldn't get 100 per cent on his spelling paper, Voss's work spelled more work for teacher Ferry, Man Injured in Cycle Mishap WOOD RIVER — Marion "Wll- burn" Hart, critically injured iVednesday night in a motorcycle auto mishap, showed "slight improvement" today, an official of ownshlp hospital said. ., ... . . . with Mrs. Lippman during her hus- According to an unofficial report jj anc j. s Wilburn was riding alone on a motorcycle on U. S. Highway 67 owards Granite City, with Billy Mihelich, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mihelich, 909 East Ferguson Ave., riding a motor scooter at his side, The boys decided to turn left off he highway and come back towards Wood River. Billy was quoted as saying he turned and was alredy off the road. He looked jack as a car traveling in a northerly direction hit Hart. The accident occurred between 8:30 and 9 p.m. Wednesday. Name of the driver of the car involved was not available. Hart, who lived in Alton, had worked at Hannebaum's Standard Service, 1 Sixth St., for approximately one year. He attended Roxana "School, as did Mihelich^ Hart's parents live on a farm in Jackson, Tenn. He has a brother and, sister, Bruce and Mary Hart, who reside at 823 Elsie, Edwardsville. Extent of the youth's injuries has not been determined. Honor Wood River Youth On Seventh Birthday WOOD RIVER — Butchie Ray Logsdon, sdn of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Logsdon, 111 W. Penning Ave., celebrated his 7th birthday at the Lincoln Kindergarten Thursday afternoon. The boy has been a regular visitor at the Lincoln Kindergarten afternoon session for the past three years. He also attends the Firmin Desloge Cerebral Palsy Training Center in St. Louis three times each week. Butchie considered his best birthday present, the return of his brother Melvin from military service in England, Each pupil drew a picture for Butchie's scrapebook. Mrs. Logsdon served refreshments and favors to the 19 pupils present. Stockers Home From Vacation WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Stocker, 778 Condit Ave., returned Wednesday from a two weeks vacation In Florida. They accompanied Mr, Stacker's brother and sister-ln-laW, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stocker, of Missouri. At Minneola, Fla., they spent some time with the Stocker brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Cox, then visited with a nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cox, at West Palm Beach. South Roxana Cubs Awarded Star Pins SOUTH ROXANA — Cub Scouts of Pack 24 met Monday evening at the Methodist Church and star pins were given to 12 boys. Cubmaster Walter Huebner conducted the meeting and announced TRANSFERRED TO tR'ENTON-Henry S. Sedgwick (right), manager of Sears, who has been transferred to.Trenton, N. J., where he will be store maipoger for Sears. His Alton successor" is James B. Adams (left), of Garden City, Kan.—Staff photo. 29 Wood Rfoer Students Earn \~ Places on High Honor Roll a swimming party for cubs Aprih Lorene Sanders and Kenneth Stet- Gaspar Shrine and Mrs. Louis Knipping WOOD RIVER The Caspar Shrine here will have a ceremonial practice Sunday at 1 p.m., at Odd Fellows Hall. All officers have been urged to attend. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER — Russell idar, who underwent an emergency appendectomy at Wood River Township Hospital recently ,was able to leave the hospital today and left for his home at Waupum, Wis., to spend his convalescent period with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klar. Locally he resides at 415 N. Sixth St. ', Mrs, Alice Tolvstad of Eau Claire, Wis., is visiting here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coons, 215 Lin- denwod, Rosewood Heights. She plans to return to her home in Wisconsin Sunday. WOOD RIVER PRESCRIPTION CENTER 11 N, Wood River Ave M Wood River DIAL 4-1623 Professional Prescription Service HOURS: Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily Except Sunday, For emergency Prescriptions Dial 4-4700 after closing hours. Vern E, Brarnley, Pb.O., R.Ph. 27. The next pack meeting will be May 23 a't Camp Warren Levis with a potluck supper for the cubs and their families. Den 3 had a display of handicraft and presented a skit. Boys in the skit were Robert Hayes, Steven Wells, Tommy Thompson, Roland Woodrum, Dennis Krieb and Arthur Grange, Films of several western states were shown by the Standard Oil Co. Refreshments were served by den mothers, Mrs. Wllbert Krieb and Mrs. Harold Grange assisted by Mrs. Dale Hayes. South Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sbult and son of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Knipping of Alton were dinner guests Wednesday at the hdme of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knipping on Indiana Ave. Mrs. John Sturgeon has returned to her home in Hollywood, Calif., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, of Missouri Ave. and attending the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Jaggers. Mr. of Indiana Ave., and Mrs. Bernice Tappy of Wood River have returned after visiting with the Knipping's son and Mrs. Tappy's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Knipping and daughter at Pudacah, Ky. Metlora Birthday Party MEDORA. — Mrs. Robert Cunningham entertained with a party Wednesday afternoon for her daughter, Mary Jo, who was 5 years old. Games were provided and refreshments were served. Each child was given a favor. Cunningham, Alton, brought a circus cake for the party. Mary Jo receivedgifts. Present were: Wanda Downs, Ray Robinson, Barbara Bennett, Eldon Grizzle, Rebecca and Gerald Heyen, Karen Sue Cunningham, and Stephen and Dwight Bowker. At Camp Atterberry, Ind. MEDORA—Pvt. Bobby Cunningham, who was recently inducted into service, is now stationed at Camp Atterberry, Ind., according | to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham, WOOD RIVER — Twenty-nine students at East Alton-Wood River Community High School have earned places on the high honor roll for the fifth six-week grading period, it was announced today. One hundred twenty others have been named to the honor roll. Twelve of the 29 high honor roll students are freshmen, seven others sophomores; eight juniors and two seniors. Freshmen on the list were: Janet Barnett, Janet Brazier, Connie Dunbar, Ann Early, Edith Anne Ebbert, Bill Greenshields, Dixie Lee Heil, Janice Melvin, Tommy Turpin and Barbara Volz. Sophomores are Norella Cota, Nina Hester, Shelby Kohlmiller, Marilyn Neese, Loren Sanders, son. Juniors are Mickey Bolo, Patricia Eades, Shirley Linquist, Sarah Robinson, Shirley Roose, Georgene Smith, Sharon Smith and Nancy Treat. Seniors are Betty Campbell and Lucille Pritchard. On the regular honor roll are: Freshmen — Henry Apel, Darlene Armentrout, Betty Barry, Eddie Bean, Virginia Berry, Joan Braddy, Leon Chappell, Phyllis Culella, Claython Diggs, Kenneth Figge, David Fulton, Jeanne Fudurich, Shirley Grant. Edgar Grayson, Joyce Grover, Gary Gerard, Peggy Hall, Bill Haun, Loretta Haydon, Verna Huber, Pat Ledbetter, Sharon Lux, Dayne Malley Gary Mowrey, Paul Plummer, Carol Powell and Marjorie Ann Rhodes. Tony Roberson, Patricia Ann Robertson, Norman Sarkisoff, Cdrolyn Smjth, Donald Smith, Rose Strack, Marguerite Szoke, Robert Tucker, Shirley Wade, Sue Wethington, Jim Wichman, Mary Wiseman and Brock Yarnell. Sophomores — Robert Apple, Donna Bandy, Ruth Bermcs, Jack Black, Marsha Byron, Jane Cobb, Fred Dunnagan, Geraldine Figge, Paul Fritts, Ray Grammer, Iris Henderson, Robert House, Carol Hull. Annabelle Kamp, Nancy Keller, Emma Jean McManus, John Messick, Nancy Moore, Betty Pocock, Larry Prather, Coral Reeder, Judith Ringering, Joann Rosecrans, Loraine Sanders, Velda Saxton, James Schum, Franklin Smith, Pat Vandiver and Randall Wiser. Juniors—Edward Affsprung Jr., David Allen, Patty Allen, Betsy Anderson, Shirlene Atkins, Irma If the earth had no atmosphere, the sky would always look black and the sun, moon, and stars would appear to be shining in a great dark curtain. • Dr. Wallace to Speak Sunday at Wood River WOOD RIVER — Dr. John E. Wallace,'a missionary on furlough from India, will be guest speaker at the 11 N o'clock worship service at First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning, the Rev. M. L. Mace has announced. Dr. Wallace, a native of Ohio, is field secretary for all church work under the Synodical Board in North India. His manuel of Christian teachings for the instruction of village Christians has been widely used by the Christian Council of the United Provinces. When he went to 'India in 1920 he was assigned to Fatehgarh and appointed superintendent of the district and secretary of the missions village school work. Since then he has served on the faculty of the Near East School of Theology in Beirut and been a member for two years of the India Council. His formal education includes graduation from the College of Wooster, Ohio, and an MA degree from the University""of Pittsburgh as well as, graduation from the\ Western Theological Seminary at Pittsburgh. Scouts Sponsor Supper WOOD RIVER — Residents of this area were reminded once again today of a chill and beef stew supper to be given at American Legion Hajl on Ferguson Ave., Saturday night by Boy Scouts and Explorer Scouts post 35, sponsored by the local American Legion. Serving will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Roxana Soldier Gets Purple Heart ROXANA — Mr, and Mrs. George Dtppel o! 1003 Madlsen Ave, have received word of the awarding of the Purple 1 Meart to their son, Cpl. Merle Dipnel, 40th Infantry Division, 223 Infantry Regiment, lor wounds received in action against the enemy, near the Punch Bowl area in Korea on Dec. 31, 1852. Me is with the headquarters company. Cpl, 'Dippel went to Korea in March 1952, Casting ClnB entertains noXANA - The Blue Gills Cast- Ing Club of St. Louis were eqter- lained by the local casting group Wednesday evening at the Community building. Competition wns confined to three classes of juniors this year with awards for high scores. Awards were given in the girls group to Sharon Kampmined and Carol Amnday of St. Louis and Katy Norvell of Roxana; beginning juniors, Kenneth Schubert, Roxana; Kenneth Harrison and J. Rockwell, St. Louis; advanced juniors, Mel Dill and Pete Roger of St. Louis, Edwin Harbke, Roxana. Additional awards were given Donna Highlander, Ed Herman Jr., and John Horach, The St. Louis group has Invited the Roxana group to be their guests at their casting pool in' Fairgrounds Park in May. Firemen to Rave Fish Fry ROXANA — The Roxana Volunteer Firemen will sponsor a fish fry beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday at the fire department building. Adults' plates will be $1 and children 50 cents. Troop 18 Plan Party ROXANA — Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 16 met Tuesday evening at the Little House with the co-leader, Mrs. D. M. Lyon conducting. Fifteen members attended and discussed plans for the troop birthday party Saturday. Carol Graham, Melinda Lowe and Shirley Drennan conducted games. Sally Raines and Karen Lyon will be in charge at the next meeting. Snacks were served by Betty Norvell. Tag Day Saturday ROXANA -• Grade school children will sell tags Saturday in the school district fo obtain funds for the grade school band uniforms. The tag day is being sponsored by the Band Boosters. Walter Huebner will conduct the sale in South Roxana, Mrs. Charles Harbke in, North Roxana, Ogle Thomas in the Wood River area and Donald Isted in Rosewood East Alton Legion Women to Assist in Cancer Fund Drive East Alton PTA Meet Set Monday Unit Leaders to Discuss Pre-Schoot Children EAST ALTON - Pro-school children will bo the topic at the Monday night mnotlrtf? of the PTA. Parents of children who will begin kindergarten next fnll are urged to attend the meeting which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Junior Dream Ends In Diamond For 22 years, Chris toff el Boer, 48-year-old colored diamond digger, had dreamed about a rich strike. Then, recently, a 325 carat diamond found on his claim at Nooitgedacht, near Kimberly, South Africa, brought $37,800. It was dug out by an African named Platjie who shouted: "Here it is! Here It is!" fie was given $800 and hs not been seen since. East Berlin (Soviet Zone) restaurants now have banned West Berlin customers. shields, Darvin Hensley, Don Hunt, Donald McClure, Norma Milligan, Judy Mosley, Dale Neese, Joyce Rogers, Beverly Schutz, Marilyn Bartcls. David Bcason, Shirley j Shookt JoAnn solterman, Shirley Bohn, Tom Cahoon, Boh Carroll, | stormcri Joan Thomas. Phillip Levoncia Clem, Judy Cobb, Nancy Voorhecs and Connie Wedner. Cooper, Charlotte FigRO, Robert Forsee, Larry Hayes, Mary Edna Jackson, Mary Mathias, Patricia Mayford, Michael Mitchell, Miley Palmer, Patricia Schlieper, Joel Schwalbe, Jeanne Seehause, Douglas Sparks, and Ginger Walmsley. , Seniors — Charlotte Arbuthnot, Dolores Baird, Dorothy Barach, Alan Brown, Jerry Burnham, Georgia Dean, Ellen Mae Everts, Barbara Frazier, Jack Green- j Heights. 2 Library Board Members Elected at East Alton EAST ALTON—Lawrence Darr village clerk, announced today tha Mrs. H. A. Mittleman and Leste Gentry are the new members o the Public Library board, follow ing the Tuesday election. Mrs. Mittlcman's name appears on the ballot while Gentry wa elected by a write-in vote. He re ceived 51 votes. Other write-i candidates were: Mrs. Louis Roll er, 45 and Miss Eugenia Day, 24. Attend State PTA Convention EAST ALTON—Mrs. V. J. Bra zier and Mrs. Guy Helm are rep resenting the local PTA, at th state convention which opened to day in Pooria. The convention wl close Sunday. India increased its salt outpu to about 3,234,000 tons in 1952, New Delhi reports. School. Theme of the meeting will be reparing children for school. Mrs. Uchard 'Welch is program chairman. Discussion loaders will Include VIrs. Otto Brazier, "Good Homes"; Miss Edith Oetkin, school nurse, 'Sound Health for Pre-School Children"; Mrs. Valle Bess Brown, •Cooperation With the School." Mrs. Joan Campbelf will conduct i demonstration of kindergarten caching. House Guests Return Home EAST ALTON — House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Vroman, 305 W. St. Louis Ave., for a week were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Eyers and daughter of Iron Mountain, Mich., who returned to their home Thursday. In Hospital EAST ALTON — Gregory Turn- mugh, 3-year-old son \of Mr, and Mrs. Howard Turnbaugh, 415 Church St., is In the Children's Hospital, 500 S. Klngshighway, St. Louis. He entered the hospital Wednesday and was operated on Thursday. This Is his second opera- ion on his finger which he hurt last May. He will remain.In the hospital five days. Darlene BUbruck Injured EAST ALTON -r- Darlene BH- bruck, 292 Maywood, fractured her left arm while playing near her home Thursday evening*. She was treated for the injury in the emergency room at Wood River Township Hospital, then dismissed. Darlene is a second grade pupil at Brushy Grove School. Cage Games Tonight EAST ALTON—Friendship Baptist Church's,basketball team plays the Assembly of God five tonight at 8:30 for the championship of the church basketball 1 league and East Alton First Baptist meets Curdle Heights at 7 p. m. in a consolation game to decide the winner of third place. Action will take place at Lincoln School gym, EAST ALTON~A*tl»tance door to door canvass for Qmcw funds was offered by membwi of the American Legion AaxiHwy it ltd Thursday evening meeting in the Legion Man, Mrs. John Hanks, neighborhood chairman for the Cancer drivt, spoke to the group and tilted tor help. The auxiliary voted » donate $5 to the drive. Following are then who will asist. Mrs. Cecil Marian, Mrt. Harold Cole, Mrs. Charles Smith and Mn, Robert Weatherholt, Wood River Ave., Whltelaw, Grand and Mo- Casland. Mrs. Nick Warner, Mrs, Arthur Crouch and Mrs. James Clark, E. Alton Ave., and Kingshighway and Mrs. Clifford Cooper, Main St, At the business meeting con* ducted by Mrs. Cooper, president plans wore completed for the serv» ing of the Barbers banquet April 29 at the Legion Home. Mrs. Lett* er Phillips Is chairman. One hundred and fifty are expected to attend and be servet a fried chicken dinner. The auxiliary will also serve I dinner in May to the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Mrs.' Cooper is chairman and is planning to serve 100. It was announced that the district meeting will be held in Alhambra June 8. Next meeting, May 14, will t» an initiation of new members and a white elephant sale. Husbands will be guests. Mrs. Harold Colt is chairman of the event. Mrs. John Gpble, poppy chitf- man, reported that she will have poppy worker badges and also poppy worker pledge cards to be signed soon. Quota of the local auxiliary this year is 3,000 poppies, 500 more than last year. Cost to the post of tHe popples is six cents. The poppies will be sold May 2% 23. Hostesses tot the night weret- Mrs. William mil Jr., and Mftf Lorell Hicks. .. v Dock workers of Antwerp, Bel- glum, will play a home-and-hqme soccer series with workers from a British port. "Monkey" No Insult NEW DELHI /P — In India, where monkeys are holy, it is now officially permissible for one member of parliament to call another a simian. Parliament speaker M. A. Ayyangar said he had no objection after an exchange following a clash between Prime Minister Nehru and Communist deputies. Read Telegraph Want Ads US Photograph Your Wedding At Home Wedding: Photogtaphen Since 198S Photo-Art Shop Wood River My Sincere Thanks To My Friends and Voters of East Alton For Their Vote and Support William A. Linkogle Money Saving Specials! » * » P»bco Unoltam Tilt too 4*. PUitla Will Til* 44o tq. It. P»boow»ll SOo Hn. It. Free Estimates — Dial 4-2319 WILSON PAINT CO. t9 N. WOOD RIVER AVE. 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