Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 ALTON EVEN1NO TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Moro PWA Croup Plans Meeting MORO—The Presbyterian Women's Association will meef at the church Thursday afternoon at 1:30. The program topic will be "Advance on World Christian Fronties." Those taking part will be Mrs. Maurice Dorsey, Mr». Carl Holbeck, Marcia Molbeck and Mrs. E. C. Parrish. Mrs. Margaret Kabel will give the devotions. All women are invited. < S.% ;M S P 0 r, r ,h"r«i Brighton PTA to Sponsor Father-Son Cage Game Mrs. Edward Pritchett, Mrs.ning. Mrs. E. G. Johnson attended the vacation church school conference Monday at College Avenue Presbyterian Church In Alton. The Rev. E. C, Parrish will preach evenings all next week, beginning on Sunday evening, at the Madison Memorial Church at Madison. The local JJH choir will sing Sunday evening. A special offering "One Great Hour of Sharing" will be taken at the local church worship service Sunday morning. The JJH group will have a special sacrificial offering for this cause Sunday eve- Rheumatism, Arthritis Pains •«H«v«d hi Minute*-or No Cert Whr *att«r ttioUMr d»r when y«a Phll»<lelphl«. "I'm a mlntater And *p#nt wn pitm fr«« UM ble«Md relfet yon money on all kinds of treatment* for Mm enjoy from a doctor'* external pro- rheumatic patn* but nothing helped •orlptlon called Mtuelc-Rub. It la a like Mu«cl«-Rub." «»r» P. H. Dor gar penetrating, blood flUtmilatiag liquid M Atlanta, to help get rid ot many toilna. Applied ftJ M L« Tlil« T*tt directly to len, •«», (boulders, n*ck m«« im» I*»T or back — wherever you natter pains pfo prescription n«cc»s«ry. OM from artbrltli, rheumatism, nnurttta, Mtincle-Rub from your druggist. Use lumbago or muscle aoreneM, apratng half one bottle and If not delighted. and brutee*. Safe! Quick! Simple! return whaf» left and get all your "My patient* «nd I are more than money back without quentlon. Economy pleased. Nothing compare* to Muscle- or hospital jlae JB.36 or larjte trial Rub." aaya T. T. Connor. phyalotber- alao only 11.26. Try today. Sleep to- aplst. "The pain In my arms and legs nlffht Bn)oy blended n-llef—or no coat. wag agonizing. Thank* to Muscle-Rub I can now aleep the whole night through,"* aaya Hra. R. Bekoft of Muscle-Rub III Illl TV BRIGHTON. March 19.—Anything is likely to happen Friday night on the hardwood at the high school when the Bears and Cubs tangle In a cage game. The game will begin at 7:30 9- and is sponsored by the Parent- Teacher Association. The Cubs will be the junior high squad, coached by Charles Fox, who last week won two second place trophies In a three-school invitational tournament. The Bears are the falherw of the youngsters. Some of the players for the Bears will be Harry Gorin. Emanuel Ayors, the Rev. James Weiss, Stuart Graham, Lloyd M. Well and John Jones. The public is invited. Admission charged will be insignificant compared with the number of laughs in store for the rooters. Attend Institute BRIGHTON.--Mrs. Guy North- cult, Mrs. W. G. Bates. Mrs. John Rolhe. Mrs. Malcolm Anders, Mrs. Harold White, Mrs. Carson Oberlander and the Rev. Kenneth G. Bower attended a conference for vacation school workers Mondav at the; College Avenue Presbyterian Church, Alton. The Institute was sponsored by the Illinois Church Council and offered training for teachers who will assist in "daily vacation Bible schools this summer. A union vacation Bible school will be conducted in Brigh• Ion for txvo weeks, beginning June FREE GOT It. AMERICA'S FINEST LOW PRICED HIGH QUALITY REEL-TYPE POWER MOWER TAKE A YEAR TO PAY • • • at little as So Easy To Operate ... A Child Can Safely Use It! t E«rf-to-Start 4-Cycle 1.1 H.P. Gasoline Engine. • 18-loch Cutting Width. • Finger-Tip Clutch •nd Throttle Controls. • Punctureproof Rubber Tires. Hos 1A25 .... s.zi 1.0. LAWN MOWER | • Fin Mott Size Mowers • H»i Carrying Handle . . . E*i>- to Pick Up and Empty GRASS CATCHER Tjre$totte STORES 912 Caft Broadway Alton Phone 2-9229 Brighton Notes BRIGHTON.—Among out-of-town guests attending the wedding of Verla Holland to Harvey Schroeder Saturday evening in St. John's F/vangelical Church were: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoppert. International Falls, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards, Atchison, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Koenig and son, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Talboy and son, St. Louis: Mr. and Mrs. John G. Plant!, Jerseyvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hnunschild and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schueler. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ferd Schueler, Mrs. Henry Hoppert and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schueler and family. Wood River: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Graham, Roxana; Mr. and Mrs. Ray | Roades. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sen/., and Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Long and son. Alton. Mr. and Mrs, Ev»«relt Jones nnd family of Medorn had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Win- slnde. The two families spent (he afternoon nnd evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Well. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Well were Sunday dinner guests al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Well. Mrs. Gertrude Gwllllm of Medora spent the weekend with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry .T. Jones and- attended the Holland-Schroedcr wedding on Saturday at the Evangelical church. It Is believed that the Wars of the Roses in England started the deep dislike of Ihe professional soldier which was a fenlure of English life for hundreds of years. Sltlpiitnti SIUPMAN. - Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Dugnn of Alton were weekend Riicsls of Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Hohrrt Barnoil and family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haworth, Saturday. Mrs. Ambrose Witt and Mary Sue of Ml. Pulaskl wore guests from Thursday until Sunday of Mrs. Stella t.owls tmd Mr. and Mrs, Walter Schnefer^ Stun-on and Carol Myers of Hunker Mill were guests Saturday and Sunday of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S, Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Scott and children and A. M, Scott and Hilda were guests Sunday evening of Mrs. Mayme Rhnatls of Medorn. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Christopher of MedoYa spent Sunday In the home of their son, Miles Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. James Hurk of Brighton and Mrs. Floyd Hurk, Terry and Steven, of Fayelteville. N.C., were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Render. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stokes of (iillesple were Sunday guests of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs, T. C. Stokes. Bobby Breilweiser Is n guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. C). Hrueggeman of Kast Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Burgoyne of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Taylor and family spent Sunday with the woman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Travers. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mc.Cor- mick entertained with n fish fry Saturday evening. Guesls were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cnson find family of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowon of Tourville, and Mr. and Mrs, Erschel Matthews and daughters. The first synthetic-detergent, factory of Its kind In Latin America has been opened by (lie Cuban branch of a large United Slates concern. Bunker Hill Baplisi To Hriir RPV. Mack BUNKER HILL - The Rev. Kenneth Mack will speak at the Berean Baptist Church mid-week services this evening and will show colored slides of their missionary work in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He will speak at the Missionary Union meeting Thursday evening. Bnny Bee Club Meeting BUNKER HILL - Mrs. Arnold Ooebel entertained 10 members of the Busy Bee Club Saturday at her home. Prizes for canasta were won by Mrs. Rolla Fensterman, Mrs. Louis Enke Jr., and Miss Au drey Scott. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ooebel. Attend ftrnitp Meeting BUNKER HILL -- Mrs, Donald Lowe. Mrs. Ralph Oerdt. Eloanci Georgia fcnd Jimmy Noble, Loon Tiona, Frank Scrogglns, and Allen Fritz attended the regular meeting of the Ml. Olive sub-district Methodist Youth Fellowship at the Staunton Methodist Church Monday evening. Visits Penitentiary BUNKER HILL -- Paul Wlsch, Roland Krizenecky, Vasll Eflimolf, nd Harry Morrison accompanied (i boys from the junior and senior Inss to Chester Saturday whore hey loured the state penitentiary nd security hospital. The trip was GOOD SHOES ALWAYS LOOK LIKE NEW WHEN REPAIRED AT UNION SHOPS NOTTOLI VARIETY and DRY GOODS 1106 Milton ltd. Alton Dial 3-97IS STOP—SHOP—FREE PARKING Store Hours: Mon. thru Thum. 11:80 to 11:00 ,., 0 Fri. ami Sat. 8:30 to 9:00 made In thf> school bus. t^nten Service* ntJNKRR HILL, — Mrs. J. K. Hull will ho thn speaker at the Lenten services this evening at the Methodist Church. The services will follow n fellowship supper served nt (5:30 by the Kum .Join Us Class. Then; will also be Len len Services at the Congregational Church nt 7:30 p.m. nnrt the Luth- ernn Church at 8 p.m. The Rev. Otto Strothman, Dotsey, Will preach at trie Lutheran Cfttlfeh ami the Rev. It. P. Bfuss will prfaeh in Doraey. 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