Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f AGE f 1V8 Officers Elected At BYF Rally Rev, Griggs, Carrollton, Youth Counsellor CARROLLTON — The Rev. Laurel Grigg, pastor of the local Baptist Church, was re-electee! youth counsellor of the BYF of the West Central Baptist Association at the BYF rally Monday evening at the Baptist Church in Literbury. Other officers elected were John Moore of Fidelity, president; Miss Shirley Beavers of Literbury, northern vice president; Miss Wilma Martin of Eldred, second vice president; Miss Gloria Hanks of Kane, secretary, and Miss Shirley Cooper of Manchester, treasurer. Attending the rally Monday evening from the local church were: Rondell Herring, Miss Garneitta Herring, Miss Linda Shackelford, Henry Brooks, Miss Pamela Woods, Miss Margie Milner, Miss Connie Gleason, Miss Anna Mae Wood, Miss Catherine Underwood, Donald Graner, Miss Sarah Beth Williams, Miss Janie Williams, Miss Barbara Keele, Miss Mary Lou Sexton, and the Rev. Laurel Grigg. Plan Carrollton Bible School CARROLLTON — The date for (he annual vacation Bible school %vas set at a worker's conference Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Church. The school will be held the last week in May and the first week In June. The Rev. Walter B. Pruett, pastor of the Methodist Church, will be dean of the Bible school. The kindergarten age group will meet in the Methodist Church with Mrs. Elmer Setterlund and Mrs. George Grauel as superintendents. Mrs. Ellery Dawdy will be the superintendent of the primary group which will meet in the Baptist Church. Mrs. Robert Richie will have charge of the junior group at the Presbyterian Church and Mrs. Walter B. Pruett will be in charge of the intermediate group. Children of the Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Assembly of God and the Christian churches are invited to attend the school. A training conference for vacation Bible school workers was held Monday in the College Avenue Presbyterian Church in Alton. Attending from Carrollton were the Rev. and" Mrs. E. L. Sutter- lund, the Rev. and Mrs. Walter B. Pruett, Mrs. A. D. Wilson, Mrs. Robert Richie, and Mrs. Elery Dawdy. Linda Boner of Jersey, Pledged To Music Group JERSEYVILLE — Miss Linda Boner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Boner, of this city, has been pledged to membership in the Sigma Alpha Iota National Music Society at James Millikin University in Decatur where she 3s a freshman. Miss Boner also achieved a place on the honor roll of the university this semester having a 3.3 average in a four point system. Miss Boner is majoring in music at Millikin and is a member of the university chorus. She was an honor student from the Jersey Community High School and was delegate from the Jerseyville Woman's Club and the Junior Woman's Club to the Egyptian Music Camp at Duquoin, 111., last summer. Sho svas selected for the Daughters of American Revolution Honor at the local high school and was delegate to Girl State from the American Legion Auxiliary. She is a past worthy adviser of the Jerseyville Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls. Talks on Social Security JERSEYVILLE—Edgar Lehen, director of the social security office in Alton, was guest speaker at the meeting of the Business and Professional Woman's Club Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Alvin II. Pelitt. The legislative committee of which Mrs. Minnie Koester is chairman, was in charge of the meeting and Miss Celia Sinclair, president presided at the business session. The next meeting of the club will he April 21 with the health and safety committee of which Miss Josephine Stahl is chairman, in charge of the program. Carrollton Baptist Church to Observe 125th Anniversary CARROLLTON-The 125th anniversary oft he organization of the local Haptist Church will be observed In April by the members of the congregation. Plans for the anniversary program will be made Thursday evening at a meeting of the deacons and doanconesses. The meeting will be held at the homo of the pastor, the Rev. Laurel Grigg, beginning at 7:30 p. m. Spraks at Banker'* Dinner CARROLLTON—Attorney Richard Husted of Roodhouse, was guest sneaker at the quarterly dinner meeting of the Tri-County Banker's Association Tuesday eve- ning In the dining room of the Presbyterian Church. Included in the Tri-County Banker's Association are thr banks in Greene, Jersey nnd Calhoun counties. CARROLLTON Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson nnd family of Detroit, Mich., wore guests Wednesday of Mrs, Peterson's hrother-in- Inw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DoMonbrun. WSrS Circle lo Meet CARROLLTON Members of the Circle of the WSCS will be entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. C. A. Oerson. Assisting hostesses will bo Mrs. J. W. Adnrns, Mrs. E, Shaw, Mrs. II. H. Lev! nnd Mrs, Arthur Wnl- tor. ni»W Club CARROLLTON — Miss Margaret Baker and Mrs. Freda Caselt-n, members of the legislative committee, presented the program nl the meeting of the Business nnd Professional Women's Club Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Brock. Miss Mnrgnret Baker was assisting hostess. The topic discussed by the two committee members was "Why, When nnd Where Legislation." Smut* lo Attorn! Summer Cnmn CARROLLTON-Seventeen members of the local Boy Scout Troop expect to attend Boy Scout rump In June at Camp Warren Lewis, Alton, according to plans which were mnde Monday evening at the regular meeting of the local Boy Scout troop. Russell Wiles Is the local scout master. Honored at Party CARROLLTON - Miss Phyllis Martin, daughter of Mr*. Iva Martin, who Is leaving Thursday for Jacksonville, where she will enter Onklnwn Sanitarium for treatment, wns n guest of hqnor at a farewell party Monday evening at the public school !>y members of the senior class. She wns presented a farewell gift by her classmates. Pralrlctown PRAIRIKTOWN -- Mrs. Frieda Knoche accompanied by Joe Aullch spent Sunrlny evening with her brother and slster-lfi-law, Mfcfc ftttd Mrs. Louts Werner, In Edwttth- vllle?. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Winchester and sons of Cottage Hill*, Visited with Mrs, Frieda Knoche, Sunday morning. Mr, nnd Mrs. Roosevelt Knoche were Jcrsoyvllle visitors Surday. Walter Knoche of Cottage Mills, visited with his mother, Mrs. Frieda Knoche, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bley Grant of Worden, word vislton here Sunday, ROEBUCK AND COL Boyville Jr. Rayon and Wool Boys' Knit Shirts 1.00 Value OOC Bold stripes that match at the seams. Soft combed cotton, rih crew neck, knit tape shoulder to shoulder. Kven sizes 6 to 16. This sale only: LEISURE SUITS With 2 Pair Pants $10.95 VALUE Boys' Shirts, Briefs 39c Value W for I Soft white cotton, long; wearing swiss rib knit . . . special purchase for this sale! Fly front, elastic waist briefs. Sizes: 4, 6, 8, B. C. Fully rayon lined casual coat; front and one pair of longies of 50% wool, 50% rayon in assorted patterns. Sleeves, back, collar lapels, pockets and a pair of longies in heavyweight, crease resistant rayon gabardine. Zipper fly^ cuff bottom, pleated front, elastic back waistband. Blue or brown. Sizes 4 to 8. Sturdy Blue Denim Jeans Boys' Slack Socks Reg. 19c V pairs I Special purchase; Bold blazer stripes in fine knit cotton. Well fitting elastic tops. Half sizes 7 to It. Buy several packs now and save! For Boys Reg. 1.79 55 jeans! Keen jeans! Sanforized* and strongly made with copper rivets. Button front. 6—16. *Mnx. fabric shrinkage 1 %• Cotton Polo Shirts Keg. 71)c 59 C Special low price, for this sale only! Fine combed cotton in trail - blazing stripes. Short sleeves, crew neck. Sizes 3 to tix. Huy several now! Training Pants Sufi and Absorbent. Ue K . Klc I4C en. Soft, absorbent knit cotton! Ke- int'oreeil at points of strain for added wear. Klastic waist, double, fabric crotch. White, 1 -4. Tots' Gay Anklets Reg. 25o 0 for SfOC Mercerized cotton anklets shaped to fit little feet. In perky stripes to delight youngsters. Washfast colors stay bright. Sizes 5 to T/ 4 . Tots' Honeysuckle Cotton Dresses 1.98 Ten original st>lrs . , . nil fine bniiiilclolb. KinKhui" '"' Wiiffle- clolli. lino workmanship . . . At Sejirs low price! 3—liv. Voters Approve Road Bond Issue In Greene County CARROLLTON'. — The special election Tuesday in Greene county on the VI-') 000 roarl bond issue carried more lh;in two to one. I'n- olficial toiais shnucrl !7til fa\orrd the proposal and SOli \otcd against H. The money \ull he used lo repair roads throiiuhout Hie county and for purchase 1 of new i-quipmrii!. Flans ha\e already been suhiiul- ted for the repair program and it is expected to gel underway in a few weeks. Hoffman May Take Leave PAULS, March 1!). /I' - The French news agency today quoted Paul Hoffman as saying before he left Paris last night that he planned to ask a three-month lease of absence from his position as director of the Philanthropic Ford Foundation so he could devote more time to the presidential campaign for Gen. Dwiglu L>. Kiscn- hower, MEN'S SHOE SALE GOODYEAR WELTS See this outstanding assortment and the wonderful features today. You'll discover more comfort, wear and style for $5.99 than you ever dreamed possible. As a matter of fact you'll find two pairs cost little more than : you'd ordinarily expect to pay for one pair! Qabardini Sport Shirts 3.98 Medium weight rnyon gahar- tlliiR. LOUR sleeves. Won't shrink over 2%. Siimll, tiled., large. 8 Klowlnic colors. PILGRIM SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 2.98 2JMO Pilgrim Tee Shirts 1.44 Here is a sport shirt that has extra ease, comfort and style in sport' wear. This tropical spun rayon sport shirt comes in a variety of rainbow colors. Sanforized, Sizes S, M, M L, and L. Values to 2.08 Sturdy cotton shirts In new Ifu.s- chel patterns and overlay stitches. Kilt trim at sleeves, neck, bottom. Assorted colors in small, medium, large. Pilgrim ^».l».A.»'.W». HUM'S FURNISHINGS SOlB ONLY IV SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Men's Pajamas Men's Shirts, Briefs Sanforized C'oinfortiihle coat, or middy pull' over style. Novelty stripe put- torn. Drawstring waist. Reg 79c for I. Rib-knit for easy fit. Athletic style for comfort. White. Small, medium, large, extra large. PILGRIM DRESS SHIRTS 79 Reg. 2.69 1 Look what you save on dress shirts during Scars Spring Savings Festival. Super quality shirts fashioned from high count cotton broadcloth. Sec it at Scars today and save at this new low price. Men's Handkerchiefs Keg. "I lor :>f>c,|£ for «f*IC Hehl for everyday use! Made of pure white cotton—soft and absorbent. Hemstitched edges. Large I7vlfl-in. si/e. Slock up nl Ibis tbrifly price now! 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Full cut deep pleats, continuous waistband. Sizes 28 to 40. See it today at Sears. ALTON 309 PIASA Phone 3-5511 EASY TERMS On Purehatii Totaling $20 or Mora

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