Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1953 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 27, 1953
Page 11
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MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1983 ALTON J5VSN1NO TBLEORAPM PAOBIttWft* Nora Alton Pick OM en ffyif Koran Miftioers of the Junior QltTS ipewored by the VFW *»«t 13W and the Auxiliary met Saturday morning at the Veterans Memorial Center on W. Delmar Ave. The girls had their regular social meeting for April, however they packed bo*es of clothing for rehabilitation work In Korea as they had planned in their, last business meeting. Mrs. Ed Wulf, leader of the unit, took pictures of the girls working on this project. Carol Miller was Introduced as a visitor. It was announced the next refeolar business session would be at 9:30 a. m. Saturday, May 9, at the veterans Center. The girls also made tentative plans for a Mothers-Daughter Tea, Sunday afternoon, May 17. The girls are working en a special program for the event, and they are to receive resort plea' sures. Golf, rid. r -_ infl, swimming, dancing nightly, Magic ^voters, miracle baths. L American Plan Rafes, lincluding all meals, >er person <jj% from49 " *WIW ELMS For Reaervatpng or Literature Write Direct to the Hotel at Excelsior Spring*. their new uniform naps at that time. 'ftre* Mteflm fmfedftf Cub Scout Pack f will have their regular pack meeting at 7 p. m. Tuesday at film Street Presbyter- Ian Church, The dens will present their displays and articles about the Hawaiian Islands, the April theme for the den activities. The parents are to meet in the church auditorium to hear the plans for the May theme and the summer .program before meeting with th? boys for the remainder of the program. , Softball Practifie Thursday Nbrthside Boosters have announced a softball practice session for 6:30 p. m. Thursday at the/ Northslde Playground. Anyone 1* terested in playing with .the teen* age or Senior team to be sponsored by the club is invited to jonl the practice session. Social Plans Mrs. George Heiney, president of the McKinley-Delmar mothers club and Walter Nuzum, general chairman of the annual school social have announced that plans for the social have nearly been completed but fathers will be needed for the outdoor stands. The mothers are planning to serve a cafeteria style supper and plan to remedy last years confusion by setting up two dining rooms at School, fliey frtlf on ffie basement dinning room and will also serve in a dtflfltfif room In the first floor class room*, the social will he Friday, May 8 ,at McKinley School, Visiting With PHrente Mr 1 , and Mrs. Edward Bryant of 1813 Myrtle St. have been en- •fHalnlnR their servicemen sons the past weekend. Bob firyant who has recently returned from duty overseas, had a three day pass to get home for the weekend, while brother Bill Bryant Is winding up a two-week furlough with his parents. • TC H D«i't S«(T»r A««Ui«f Mlnol* No matter ho* many rancdlM you hi»« tri«rf tar Itthlnc MMmt, ptorittli, lnf»«. tfoni. ithMVi foot or wh*Uw«r your skin tranblt m«y b*-«nrthlnf from hetd M foot — WONDBR SALVB and Wondor • M«dical«i Soap can h*lp 7011. D»T»l.p«d for Ih* b«ri IN tha Ar»r— naw far ja« falka at ha*« WONDER SAbVE li whlta, tCMMlcaa. antlwpUa. No ufly apporann. Saft for «hlldr*n. Get WONDKK SAf/VK an4 WONDER MKDICATBD SOAP—Htinlt* or mon*r refunded. Truly wonderful preparation!. Try tbem. Jar er Tab*. Sold In A It o n by Sanders, B & W, Thrifty, and Campbell-Degenhardt Drug Stores; or your hometown 'druggist. (Adv.) To Pay Members of the Daughters of Union Veterans, Tent 23, wllf meet at 8 p. m. tonight at Burke funeral home to pay respects to the family of Mrs. Mary Tuetken. Miss Cora Rotsch, a sister of the deceased, Is a member of the D. of U. V, Piasa Junior Rifle Club Wing Match Plasa Junior Rifle Club Saturday at Washington University, St. Louis, won first place in team matches of the National Junior Rifle Association sectional shoot. The competition included top marksmen under 19 years of age from the section, which is one of 53 in the U.S. Sixty-eight competitors and seven teams were entered in the shoot. Jacksonville Junior Rifle Club took second. There were also individual prizes, but none of these was Won by the Alton marksmen. Members of the Piasa team are Melvin Gapehart, Edward Black, Merlyn Earth, and Bill Rubright. Each received a medal in the team award. When, in 1905, the Cullinan diamond was found in a South African mine it was the largest diamond ever found. TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT if Instantly stops perspiration odor if Checks perspiration moisture if Smooths skin beautifully big $1 jar... now only plot to* Smooth, fragrant Ttissy Cream Deodorant gives daintiness protection throughout the longest day. It instantly stops perspiration odor, checks perspiration moisture. So easy to use; so safe for normal skin and filmiest fabrics. Keeps your underarms petal smooth...made on * vanishing cream base! *>* for a limited time only! P!MM s«nd me at once {«••• of Tui*7 Cream Deodorant Regular $1 liie jari it only 50*!' each Enannm* ««rloni «t $3 p«r carlun (contain* »ix regular $1 »it« jari) 321 Belle I 119 W. Third • 632 E. Broadway • 2523 College • Wood River t Jerseyville KAMI. APDU amr 0 O On* n C.O.D. STATE, Send Above Order to 321 Belle St. Store Only! Mrs, Mary Tnetken Dies at Fidelity Funeral Rites Wednesday At Bethalto Mrf. Mary L. Tuelken, 78, Fidelity, died at 12:10 a. m. Sunday at her home. She had been 111 eight months and bedfast for the past six months. Twelve weeks of that time were spent as a patient In St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born May 1, 1876, In Bethalto, the daughter of Rein* holdt anjl Mary Rotsch. Six years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Tuetken celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. Tuetken Is 83 years old. Mrs. Tuetken had a wide circle of friends 4n the Bethalto and Alton areas and was known for her kindly disposition and willingness to help her neighbors. She Is survived, In addition to her husband, by a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Bohannon of Fidelity, who was a constant bedside companion; three sons, Carl, >Frank and Police Lt. Paul Tuetken, all of Alton; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A son, Elmer, preceded her In death by 14 months, and a daughter In Infancy. She also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Frances Conlee, Mrs. Julia Ahe and iMss Cora Rotsch, all of Alton; three brothers, Robert Rotsch of Wood River, Gustave of Alton, and Herbert of Minneapolis, Minn. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto, of which she was a member, with the Rev. W. G. Brueggeman officiating, and burial in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the Burke funeral home after 6 p. m. .Monday. A brief service will be held at 1:15 p. m. Wednesday at the funeral home before the body is removed to the church. * Closer Watch of Taverns Ordered Sheriff Altf-ts S t a f f in Response to Letter EDWARDSVILLE. —In response to a letter from Mrs. Cula T. Lon- I don of Jerseyville, Rt. 3, Madison i County, Sheriff James T. Callahan I has ordered his nightrider-deputy ; staff to keep taverns in* unincor- I porated areas of the county under | close surveillance for possible violations of the Illinois dramshop law regarding sales, of intoxicants to minors. Mrs. London, In her letter to Sheriff Callahan, said it was "appalling" to read news accounts "and learn which of JerseyviHe's youth have been involved in auto accidents and charged with drunkenness." She urged that a closer watch be kept by law enforcement officers to see that drinks are not served to minors and suggested that draft cards of patrons be called for during week-end checkups. "Watch Forkeyville and a few other such places, Mrs. London urged; "insist on those draft cards being scrutinized." Sheriff Callahan said he had alerted his nightrider-deputy staff to be on the lookout for possible violations of the dramshop law referred to by Mrs. London, and to warn operators of taverns in unincorporated areas against selling liquor to minors. "Neither the county liquor commission nor my office will tolerate liquor sales to minors and licenses of any offenders will be revoked if we can get sufficient evidence," Callahan said. Birthdays of Parents, Children On Same Days Birthday and wedding anniversaries of parents rated high with the new born as their own natal days, Sandra Lee, the first, child and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans of 204 W. Del mar Ave.', was born at 6:32 a.m. Sun* day In St. Joseph's Hospital. Mere- after Sandra expects to steal the limelight from her father in the birthday celebration department, especially with four grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dorsey, of 3 W. Delmar St., and Mr. and Mrs. George Evans of 1015 Diamond St., to help her. The newest child In the Russell Btondollno family of 63 W. Dr., East Alton, who they have named David Lee, will helfr make April 26 a triple celebration. Br. and Mrs. Biondolint were married six years ago on that date, and Mrs. Biondolinl was also born April 26. No doubt when David Lee, who weighed six pounds and one ounce, reaches his first birthday, he will invite his older brother, Stephen Paul, «4, and Karen Marie, 2, to help him observe the occasion, Shorter Work Week for Police Put Into Effect Alton with a month-by-month rotation of duty shifts for members of the police department, made effective the opening week of April, a shorter work week—one averaging 40 hours—now is being put into effect in the department, it was announced by Chief Galloway today. The shorter work-week has been made possible under the new city budget. Some further shifting in personnel became effective Sunday. The department members are on eight-hour shifts and the shortening of the average work week will be effected by more days off. 127 Pail to Call for Election Wotk Checks More than a third of the Judges and clerks who served at the City Court election of March, and the city-township election of April 7, have thus far not called for their pay checks at his office since they were made available after the council meeting of last Wednesday, said City Clerk Price today. Early today he found he hpd about 127 checks still on hand out of the 392 written to pay election fees, which include rental of some of the polls, Feder ated Unity Clnb To Meet Wedneittoy Federated Unity Club will me^f. at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Leota Pitts, 809 Mitchell St. Mrs. Lucille Burden, club delegate, will report on the district convention which was held in Ed« wardsvllle April 24-25. Tnf U. 8, fOWTTMMflt about SSl.mOQ in 1BW CT1 research RIM Italy has several battalions of Infantry which march at a run. fflts Parked Oar Miss Carolyn Plgg, 17, of 1128 Cardinal St., Incurred a bruised and cut Up as the result of a collision nt 2:30.. p.m. Sunday In which her coach collided with a parked car of John Sandford, at 2220 Alby St. Dwpre of Pllfcfc WMt «ri TRW 7 Rtw ft Hlf|r Afiftf £ fmt Ttflf „ mi IOOR mu Wgliet Actually, It's nearly . of piles (and relatw dlwrdfn MNtrl as fistula and colonic am rectal troubles) that can eatne roch te- rioiis results. Learn how to detl with them without f§ar-wrlte day for important free booh Thornton it Minor Hospital. Suite 1684. 911 E. Lin wood, Kansas City 9, Missouri. Adv. Hurt in Crash Joseph Cuelar, 25, of Dow, received emergency treatment at Alton Memorial Hospital at 1 a.m. today following an automobile accident which, police were informed, occurred on Route 109 about a mile I and a half north of the Routes 100109 junction. 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