Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 25, 1953 · Page 13
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April 25, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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IATVRDAY, APRIL «, ALTOff IVWflrtO TILIOf APH « "SHADOW ON THE PRAIRIE" is on the repertoire of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet of Canada, which appears here on the 1953-54 Alton Community Cbncert Association series. Duo at right are Carlu Carter and Cordon Wales. The Concert Association's annual membership campaign will be conducted for one week, only, beginning Monday, April 27. Rolls close May 2. Balance of series if selected then. Headquarters are at Could Music Co., 551 E. Broadway. : 1 First Godfrey Asparagus to Be Shipped by Truck Sunday GODFREY. — The Godfrey asparagus growers announced today that the refrigerator truck for shipment of asparagus to the Chicago market will be at the Civic Center grounds after 1 p.m., Sunday. The truck will be held until there is a sufficient amount of asparagus to warrant the trip'to Chicago. All growers who wish to ship their crop to the Chicago market are asked to bring it to the Civic Center parking area after 1 p.m., Sunday. From that time on there will always be a truck on hand to receive the asparagus. Any shipment, no matter how small, will be accepted. The cutting of the asparagus crop was delayed this spring by the late freeze. Piasa Bluff 4 H Club Meet* GODFREY.—The Piasa Bluff 4-H Club met Friday evening at the home of their leader, 'Mrs. Earl Gross. Twelve girls attended the meeting which was opened by a short business meeting. A demonstration of artificial respiration and the method of bandaging a broken arm was given by Leslie Fairbanks and Lonna Lynn. The girls spent part of the evening working on their clothing projects and then played games. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Gross. The next meeting will be held May 8. Guest Speaker Sunday GODFREY.—The Rev. Earl Phillips of Salem will be guest speaker at the morning service at Godfrey Methodist Church Sunday. The Rev. Phillips is the field secretary of the board of pensions for the Southern Illinois Conference and is a former district superintendent and pastor. Carrollton Night Unit Plans Meeting Tuesday CARROLLTON — Members of the Carrollton Night Home Bureau Unit will be entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Orville Lovekamp. The major lesson will be given by Mrs. Lovekamp, the topic being "Rheumatic Fever" Lafalot Club Meets CARROLLTON — Members of the Lafalot Birthday Club were entertained Thursday evening at a potluck supper at the home of Mrs. Eugene Cunningham. Members who were celebrating their birthdays were Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Ruby Freer. • Mrs. Henry Schafer and Miss Grayce Learned were received into membership during a business meeting of the Club which was conducted by the president, Mrs. Fred Ash lock. To Attend Grand Chapter Meeting CARROLLTON - The Rev. and Mrs. Laurel Grigg, Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Powell and S. E. Plerson will go to Chicago next week where the men will attend grand chapter of the Masoinio Laodge. The Rev. Grigg U the grand, chaplain and Pierian ii the grand treasurer of the grand chapter. Attending Coachc. ciinio CARROLLTON - Coach Kenneth Karr of the Carrollton Community Unit High School attended the Coaches Clinic at the University of Illinois Friday. He will remain over Saturday and see the inter- squad football game Saturay at Memorial Stadium. Mason School Social Thursday Proceeds Will Be Used to Buy Equipment GODFREY—The annual spring social at Mason School has been set for Thursday night in the school ! building. A program and cake and pie auction will be the highlights of the social. The pupils of the school will present a program of several one• act plays and musical numbers ! under the direction of their teach- i er, Mrs. Cordelia Grizzle. The program is scheduled to begin at 8 p. m. and will last approximately i one hour. Proceeds from the social will be used for the benefit of the school children and will probably be used to purchase playground | equipment to provide an outing for ' the pupils. An old-fashioned cake and pie auction will follow the program and Frank Roberts will be the auctioneer. The refreshment stands will be operated by members of the Mason Community Club. Mrs. William Jarrett will be in charge of the sandwich stand and barbecues and hot dogs will be offered for sale. Mrs. Edward Wittman is chairman of the ice cream and soda stand, and Mrs. Howard Lewis has charge of the fish pond. The pub- i lie is invited to attend the social. Immunization Program At Carrollton May 7 CARROLLTON — The last series of the Parent Teacher Association immunization program will be held in the Carrollton Community Unit High School gymnasium Thursday May 7 at 9 a. m. and in the gymnasium at the Eldred Grade School at 1 p. m .The last whooping cough shot will be given. The Summer Round-Up for preschool children will be given at the same time. A physical examination will be given for children entering school in September and children in the fourth and eighth grades. A charge of $1 each wi'll be made for the physical examination. / Service* at \ursing Home CARROLLTON-The Rev. Waiter B. Pruett will be speaker at services to be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Tower View Nurs. ing Home. The services are sponsored by the Carrollton Ministerial Alliance. The Rev. Elmer Setterlund will have charge of the music, the Rev. D. B. Shaw will read the scripture lesson and the Rev. Laurel Grigg will give the prayer. Completes Course CARROLL.TON ~ A 2-e Robert Skaggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Skaggs, has completed a course at Chanute Field and now an aiiv flight engineer. He is spending 'a month here with his parents before returning May 6 to Randolph Field San Antonio, Texas. Telegraph Want Ads Click. NOTICE fOMISMBRKaOF OOFRIY TOWNSHIP OIVIO AIS001ATION WX1V14B HflNTHI V NUTIMI Witt 9» H»U »t ifc» Uvi* MONDAY, APRIL tl 41 till f». H, North Alton Dance Tonight Northside Booster Club and Auxiliary will sponsor a dance from 8 p.m. to midnight tonight at the Northside Playground Shelter- house. Les Geisler's orchestra will provide the music for dancing and refreshments will be available during the intermission. Revival Services Planned Bible school service will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Bible Presbyterian Church at 212 East Elm St. Elder Fred W. Stroup of Olive Branch Presbyterian Church in St. Louis will preach at the morning worship at 10:40 and the evening gospel hour at 7:30. The pastor, the Rev. Albert F. Moginot.Jr., is attending the meeting of the Mid-South Presbytery at Sapulpa, Okla. The meetings opened Thursday and will close Sunday. The church is planning special revival services Monday through Friday next week. The Rev. "Uncle" Harold Hufford, whose message is especially appealing to children and young people, will be guest speaker. He illustrates the gospel lessons and .Christian Life truths by means of object lessons. Presbyterian Services Sunday church school service will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Elm'j Street Presbyterian Church. Divine; worship will follow at 10:45. The! Rev. Marshall W. Rice will preach j and his sermon subject will be "The Satisfied Soul." The Junior j Hi Choir will sing "Cast Your Burdens On The Lord" by Brahms. Services at BaptUt Church Sunday school service will begin at 9:30 a.m. at North Alton Baptist Church. Tne Rev. William Robertson, who has just completed a two week revival service at the Worden Baptist Church, will preach at the morning worship at 10:45. His j sermon subject will be "Digging Deep." The BTU will meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Rev. Robertson will] preach about "Two Future Worlds" at the evening service at 7:30. The BTU executive committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church and the planning council will meet at 8. The midweek prayer service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church and the choir rehearsal will follow at 8:30. New Sermon Series The Rev. Alfred Van Dyke will begin a new series of sermons and studies entitled, "The Covenants of God," at the eveni|jj worship PLANTING GREENERY AT OLI SCHOOL—With a distinct saving to the board of education, Utdt and with the practical experience to be gained as well, the boys of Olin school agriculture class are digging holes and planting shrubs.—Staff photo. - Th; Pirn Btmta Unit flMt ThurtSV it B0HW of Mfi. RfrbVrt MJ9BP»V yj* siattnt hoKiutf wvnt Ml** Cftf» ford Tdtey and MM, Steffi, Lew* tt, Lemon wvn pmwttd by MM. Frank Gwllllm, Mn. SttOa Lew* Mrs. Robert Schaefcr and MM. Denver Kunt, home adviser, A refinishing lesson tun be given at the Mt. Zton Baptist Church to ! Piasa at 1 p. m. May 14, Tht next regular meeting will be at fht home of Mrs. Dewey Payn^c, Recreation was condtreted by Mn. Clifford Talley and the hes* teases served refreshments. . Other members present were Mn Loren Uhr, M». Harry Brown, Mrs. P, E. Craig, Mrs. Walter jSchaefer, Mn. Don Owfflim and Stevle, Mrs. Lester McCormlek, Mn. Paul Odell, Mn. Maya Odell, ;Mrs. Catherine Boker, Mn. Dewsy Paynter, Mn. Joseph Muttbauer and Mn. Ralph Waggoner. Quests were Mn. Harold Voylei of Brighton; Mn. BUI Duncan and Sandra, Mrs. Robert Young and Mn. Roy Talley. Ladles Aid Meeting £ffiPMAN — The Luthern Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon at the church with the president, Mn. Wilbur Kahl, In charge. Plans were made to serve the Junior-Senior barfquet of the Shiftman High School. , Carrollton Carrolfton Notes , CARROLLTON - Mr. aad MM, Louis Harr and Mr. and Mn. Her* bert Harr went to Greenfield Friday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mn. Jennie McClelland. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sharon left Thursday for their home in Calls- toga, Calif., after spending the winter at their home here^ * i Mrs. Robert Bandy has accepted | position on the nursing staff Of ftoyd Memorial Hospital Mrs. $<in* dy resigned her positioh at the Wood River Township Hfofcitat to accept the position here. , Miss Betty Ann Siebermann bf St. Louis is spending the weeRend j at her home here. service at 7:30 Sunday at Berean Bible Fellowship at 2516 State St. The Sunday school service will begin at 10 a.m. Sunday at the church meeting room. Daughters Share Lyman's Estate CARROLLTON —> The will of the late Joseph Lyman was admitted to probate Thursday and ordered recorded. In accordance with the provisions of the will Francis Piper was named executor giving bond in the sum of $140,000. The will requests that Jack McDonald be the attorney in the settling of the estate. The will provides for the payment of all debts and funeral expenses after which all the personal, domestic or household articles are left to the two daughters, Jane Glass and JoAnn Price to be divided equally. In memory of his wife the testator also left 55,000 to each of the daughters to be used for the education of their children. Within a year after the death of Lyman his executor is ordered to sell all of the rest of the property, at either a public or private sale. In the liquidation of the estate a daughter, Jane Glass and her husband, Andrew Glass are to have the right to purchase the insurance agency at such a price as may be agreed upon by the daughters- or by the executor. If they do not want the business, then a friend, Francis Piper is to have the right to the purchase of it. It is also willed that JoAnn Price, and her husband, Robert V. Prine, have the right and option to purchase the family residence in White Hall. After satisfying the abo\e bequests, the executor shall pay out and distribute the balance of the estate to the daughters, Jane Glass and Jo Ann Price. The will was made Dec. 30, 1952 and witnessed by Rolin Day and Francis S. Nevius. Bolivia has increased taxes on industrial profile and incomes, La Pa? reports. MADISON COUNTY SALON, EIGHT AND 'FORTY hbnored Mrs. Rolan Petterson of Elmhursr, department chapeau of Illinois at-a banquet Wednesday evening at the Mineral Springs Hotel. Left to right, Mrs. Arthur Peters, Belleville, chapeau of St. Clair County Salon; Mrs. K, L Davis/Jacksonville, chapeau of Morgan Green Salon; Miss Fannie Ullrich, Alton, toastmistress; Mrs. George Means, Nameoki, chapeau, Madison County Salon; Mrs. Petterson; Mrs. Carl C. Taylor, East St. Louis, department demi-chapeau of Illinois; and Mrs. Russell Gibson, Wood River, chaplain of Madison County Salon.—Photo by C. T. Srreeper. Hospital Notes Alton Memorial Medical Treatment George Parker, 210 W. Delmar. Michael Bowman, 1805 Main. Revel Wilson, 3108 Hlllcrest. Urban Gubser, 2911 Hillcrest. Madine Show, 1311 E. Fifth. Eldon Moore, Jerseyville. a Mrs. Berdie Bouillon, 110 North Pence, East Alton. Surgical Treatment Harold Tazell, 113 Haller. Dismissals Thomas Blackwell, Fieldon. George Trout, Rt. 1, Godfrey. Phyllis Petrokovich, 36 South Main, Wood River. William Hammock, 608 Porter. Milton Perrin, 627 Madison. Wood River. Mrs. Sarah Gibson, 1000 Brown. Mrs. Jennie Wood, 1305 Clawson. Mrs. Lorene Riley, Hartford. Dora Kochersperger, 2951 Hillcrest. Ronald Taul, Piasa. Mrs. Mary Carlton, .Godfrey. Mrs. I-ola Kessinger, 307 Henry. Mrs. Elizabeth Eitel, 922 Danforth. Mrs. James DeSherlia and infant son, Grafton. St. Joseph's Medical Treatment Jesse Hayward, 1914 Beall. Fred Straube, Medo'ra. Mrs. Mae Henson, 1021 Brown. Krwin Logerot, 802 Langdon. James Crafton, 140 Illinois, East Alton. Surglral Treatment John Dickman, Meredosia. Susie Fennell, 3200 Edsall. Buddy Morgan, 633 Broadway. Mrs. Tillie J. I^tnda, 829 Acton, Wood River. ' Mrs. Ruby Cook, 1000 W. Ninth. . Mrs. Louise Fitzgibbons and infant daughter, Jerseyville. (Eugene Kessinger, 638 Wlnkler. Isaac L. Miller, 129 E. Tenth. Buddy Morgan, 633}$ Broadway. Mrs. Mary Sickbert, Rt. 3, Edwardsville. Mrs. Virginia Simmington and infant daughter, Rt. 1, Brighton. Mrs. Marian Smith, Kemper. Mrs. Elizabeth Thielemann, 3408 California. Mrs. Sina Whetzel, 15 W. Delmar. Hood River Tottmsftip Surgical Treatment Charles Tretter, Wood River. Mrs, Inez Holder, 245 Washington. East Alton. Mrs. Beulah Walters, 303 First. Medical Treatment Larry Herron, South Roxana. Mary E. Deem, 1209 Seminary. George O'Bryan, Cottage. Hills. Mrs. Louis T. Simpson, 238 Maywood, East Alton. Mrs. Thelma Stree'per, 1808 New Officers Elected By Piasa Birds Club SHIPMAN — Donald Breltwiser was elected president of the Piasa Birds 4-H Club at their meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brelt- wiser. Other officers elected were Lee Stampe, vice president; Leslie Alward, secretary-treasurer; Clifford Talley Jr., federation delegate; Carol Stampe, reporter and Jack Alward, recreation. Walter Egelhoff will be leader of the club and Lee Sampe junior leader. There were 17 present. Thu next meeting will be May 5, at the Orville Cameron home. Games were conducted by Jack Alward and Mrs. Breitwiser served refreshments. ATA Auxiliary Meet* SHIPMAN — The Ladies Auxiliary of the Shipman Piasa Anti< Thief Assocition met Wednesday evening at the Lutheran Church basement, with Mrs. Pearl Cottingham, president, presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. Eileen Ket- Washington. chum, Mrs. Agnes Scnuetz and Dismissal* Mrs ' Hazel Krause. Prizes in Charles Tretter. Lincoln Addition. « ames were aw a«led to Mrs. Ver- Russel Klar, 415 Sixth. I na Kah1 ' Mrs - Francqs Graham Mrs. Ginger Hayes and infant I anct Mr »- Eilcen Ketehum. Fre ' son. 327 Bowman, East Alton. f«*bment» were served by the hos- Henry Geison, Alton. Tilghman Joseph, Troy, Mrs. Patricia Grady. 115 Central. Mrs. Lois McGinnis, 332 Bowman, East Alton. Merle C. Cole, Rt. 1, Moro. Donald Stover, Rosewood Hgts. Milford J. Pickett, Bethalto. Elsah ELSAH — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Towle and children, Elwood and Amy, of Evanstotn "DL, arrived" JPr> day and are the guests of. the form* er's brother-in-law and sisters, ftfcr, and Mrs.' Alfred Gertsch, and Mini Mary Towle of Prlncipia College* Miss Joyce Klrkpatrick of Wa> kegan, HI., is visiting her aun,t; Mrs. Josephine Copeland, for an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs* Ward-Kelley are planning to move to Grafton where he has accepted a position as electrician at 'Pere Marquette State Park. . ,n Vletmlnh Advance* HANOI, Indochina # -Communist-led Viotminh troops advancing Robert Jones, 171 Penning, Wood across Laos aimed two invasion River. I spearheads at the little kingdom's j Mrs. Mary Gittlen, 631 Langdon. ! royal capital of Luangprabang to- Leo Rizzoli, Edwardsville. |day. ' One moved southward after crushing stubborn resistance from French and Laotian defenders at Mungnpoi. The other force came tess. ST. LOUIS POLICE CIRCUS ARENA NOW Thru MAY 3rd 0 Matinees Frl., Sat., Sun. Matinees - 2:15—Evening! 8 jig Reserved Seat Orden Mn b» •»)• (•Ine4 at FunUttob Clg»« 8t»r»-> 110 Market, Alton; or the Arena •? Arcade Bldf.—St. Louii. Box Seat! 81,00 Reserved Seats gOtf Gen. Adtu. Children 5 to 12 Mrs. Delores Cruse, 3234 Oak wood. Mrs. Adrain Boggegg, 208 Cherry. Mrs. Grace Boiling, 2302 Hum- from the east. It included rebel bert. units that participated In the cap- Michael Christopher, 2823 North. J ture of Xiengkhouang. CLIP THIS VALUABLE COUPON NOW! HOUSEWIVES' SPECIAL BROOMS Regular $1,19 Value Special Monday Evening 6 to B P.M. Sold With Coupon Only 69 C WESTERN AUTO STORES AT THE CORNER OF 4TH ANb STATE $T$. FIESTA COFFEE SHOP K. FFBGISO.V WOOD 114* IARIECUID HIS .............................. 9140 '/* FRIIDCHICKIN ............................. 1.50 2CRIUEP FORK CHOPS ..... ................... 1.00 SWISS 5TIAK ................................. 1.10 IAKED CHICKEN WITH DRESSING .............. 1.10 STEWIO CHICKEN WITH DUMPLINGS .......... 1.10 MM FRIED CHICKEN ......................... 1.10 OWN I 4,* TO «:i* fMf. - PUVUCO O* H4TIKH4V 2 * HALF MILE MOTORCYCLE RACES SUNDAY, APRIL 2*tii LEGION PARK, JIRSIYVIIU III. 9 EVENTS - TUM Tii* U A. M, D ST. OPENING SUNDAY. APRIL 26th tftsti _ SUNDAY, APRIL - 9 EVENTS - TIME TRIALS, 7iSO, C.D.T. lit MCI, Site, 6.P.T. Childrtn 6 to 12 Yttrf of Age iOe AduHi Sl*2*i Tax Included ALTON SPEEDWAY, Inc. 1 Mill N«th 9t Cavity it Jam* 111 tfd & l»*H*tk» *

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