Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 19S2 MR. AND MRS, GUST MACCOS HONORED AT SURPRISE FAREWELL PAR1T r >3turHa y Mr. and Mrs. Maggoi Ir.fl toddy bound for Alhrrr,, Ow/!, wliTr Mr Mdfl?;'/> <vp' ;i r.l'. to •/.•( ij[., a '.oft- drink plrint. Pictured (:om Iho left ate Ccor, 1 /; Panl.izis, Hi'"!* M.-I^;O'., Mr, f/.jg^A, ;><v\ Cir.t f-/Vig gOS, the Rf.v. Vamkos, Wiilidrn Boudcri'>. Mr:,. Nicolou, arid (Wry Ro-,ir:0'» — I'hclo by Jrir.k Alton, tllini Toaatmaatcr* Stage Debate wooT Ton M ma at m from the Illlni find Alton Hubs had ;i prfidirf! dfh.'it" wi:h no offldnl Wfflnnsdny nl(?ht at the Kiostn f'offpo Shop. The* fjufslion vwis. "Kcsnlvwi I hdl Rovornmenf InKislnllvn fiinc- Hrin* othr-r Ihfin those Involving nn- liomil sffMirity no rnndo nvnilnhlo for publir prospntnflon 'iy both radio nnd tclovlBion." Illinl tonal mwHl.cis on fho affirm- ative fenm woro Henry Owens and Hrrbert Ball. Alton tonstmastnrs on tho negative team worn Charles Chase and .Jack Hnrnnrd. Mud Wilson vvfis toa<!l master nnd Hob Streeper led the taf-'e topic rllsrussion on "Presidential Flare." KiiKene Jfarnon was genrrnl eritlr, assisted hy Julian Ryan, Walter Johler find James Weaver. Fellowship Meeting WOOD fUVKR With 18 ehu • V es represented, I ho Mississippi Valley Men'r fellowship held their rm-olinK In the Church of Christ in Collinsvllle, Tuesday night. ftnlph Painter of Wood River, is president of tho organization which Inrludos churches in Alton, BolK villc, Collinsvillo, Edwardsville Wootl River, Pontoon Beach, Old Hiploy, Greenville, Woidon, V'o- burn, PtKMhontas, Wngoner, Mllles- pie, Fourth Church in St. I/njis. Jennings, Mo., Ferguson, and University City, M.J. Charles Hranum, minister of (he Church of Ch isf of F:ast St. Louis, was (he principal speaker for the evening. 11 was decided hy the 93 members present to appoint rrmmittees to establish a church at Fairview, II). At n forthcoming dinner, 150 members of the Australian Crocodile Shooters' Club decided to eat boiled crocodile fail in the hope of proving it is non-poison- Wood River Medical Committee Recommends 300-Bed Hospital ALWAYS EASY CREDIT TERMS • 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY WOOD RIVKR — The executive committee of tho medical staff at Wood River Township Hospital has recommended by a unanimous decision that the hospital be expanded to a total bed capacity of 300. The announcement was made today by C. H. Decker, president of the board of directors, The recommendations were submitted in a letter to Stanley W. Martin, hospital administrator. Members of the executive com- regular 109.95 value BEDROOM SUITES! 3 STYLES-18th CENTURY, MODERN or COLONIAL! NOW! AT ONE LOW PRICE! sweeping double dresser, full-size bed! TRADE IN YOUR OLD SUITE AND SAVE EVEN MORE! •"""tlml^ ^11 Lt You're looking at our newest bedroom miracle —a miracle in beauty, a miracle in quality, and at this $33 saving—a super miracle in value! Note that the suite includes a magnificent double dresser . . . with all that extra width of drawer space and that shining plate mirror to top it off. Both double dresser and full-size bed in modern grey lacquer finish. Matching 4-drawer chest for only $33. 4.80 MONTH after down payment 18th CENTURY MAHOGANY '77 loth Century style bedroom suite in beautiful mahogany finish. Features a com- fortoble full-size bed and spacious double dresser. Matching 4-drawer chest available for only $38, 4.50 Month lifter down payment COLONIAL MAPLE '77 Big double dresser and full-size bed in Colonial maple style with high-light Hand- rubbed finish. Large matching 4-drawer chest available for only $34. 4.50 Month after down payment INNERSPRING MATTRESSES! 2 types of comfort to choose from — STANDARD OR EXTRA Value! Standard or Extra Firm! The Standard with hundreds of tempered steel coils cushioned with layers of soft cotton felt to give smoothly and buoyantly to the weight of your body! The Extra Firm with hundreds of HEAVIER gauge tempered steel coils and THICK layers of FIRM cotton felt that's a marvel of restfulness for heavier sleepers or people with over-tired muscles or back weakness! *31 WORTH OF EXTRAS AT NO EXTRA COST WITH THIS 'SPEED QUEEN' WASHER all for C|C|95 only ^J ^ YOU GET ALL THIS $5 MONTH lifter down payment. A Year's supply of Rinso worth $20 18-gallon drain tubs worth 7.95 PLUS all-porcelain! jumbo tub, PLUS Two magic plastic dampening 3.50 bags Wonderful extras AT NO EXTRA COST with this big Speed Queen washer. Big trade-in, too! 8-pound capacity, tangle- proof agitator, super-duty wringer. FREE-WESTINGHOUSE SEWING MACHINES • portable lightweight regular 69.95 value $4 DOWN It's easy to sew on this compact portable! Save hundreds of dollars yearly by doing your own sewing! Beautifully styled three-quarter size head. Big Platform Rockers 59.95 value $:i l)u«n Large massive platform rocker that is upholstered in durable plastic. Red, green or char- Double-Door Utilities 16.95 value II Down Plenty of storage space in these 5-shelved all-white enamel utility cabinets. Plastic Gossip flinches 29.95 4 Q95 value I 9 $1 Down A new idea in gossip benches. It automatically lights when you sit down. Choice of colors. ALL METAL PORCH CHAIR 198 Well constructed of heavy steel with form-fitting seat and back. Choice of red or green. No money down. Cedar Wardrobes 39.95 AQ88 value fcV $i Down With $250 moth insurance policy. Holds up to 25 garments. 62" high, 26" wide and 19" deep. Philco Table Radios 22.50 4 Q95 value I M tl Down Fine Philco table model radio with clear reception and easy- to-read dial. Pop-Up Toasters 14.95 4 A95 value I U SI Down Fully automatic. Browns your toast just as you like it. Pops up automatically. H 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY • OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 w I I 210 EAST WALNUT nre Doctors L. L. Baker, T. .1. Kelly, W. ,1. Reuter, L. D. Archer. Fl. A. Mittleman and B. L. Roberson. The committee Is elected by the medical staff, tt. functions as tho staff's representation In making cnown the wishes of the medical staff to the administrator and the x>ard of directors. In making the recommendation, he committee pointed out that careful consideration was given to both the present and future health needs of the community in determining the extent of the expansion irogram. There are now many patients requiring hospitallzation who are lenied treatment because of the Inck of beds, according to the committee. Other factors which were considered are the rapid population growth of the township; the planned industrial expansion and [he fact that persons employed in industry are turning more and more to group hospitalization plans and expect hospilalization when they become ill. When expanded hospital facilities are established, tho recommendation said, other qualified medical men in specialities will be attracted to the community. This will allow the staff to offer more comprehensive medical treatment. Decker said that hospital officials sincerely hope for the cooperation, advice and vision of the entire medical staff and the people of Wood River township in the support of the expansion plans. He pointed out that often people allow their personal differences to interfere with a project which is for the benefit of the entire community. Decker said, "Most of the comments received on the proposed expansion are favorable, showing the civic pride and farsightedness which is typical of the people of Wood River Township as evidenced by the many other civic improvements in the township." Jr. Women Stage Fashion Revue At Wood River WOOD RIVER — The East Alton-Wood River Community High School was the scene for spring and summer I .shions last night, at a style show and card parly given by the Junior Woman's Club. About 100 tables were in play following the show, with individual table prizes and flower favors for each guest.* Mrs. Roy Adams, as commentator, described "A Bride' Life," beginning with the wedding party and taking the bride on through life as a matron and mother. Following the wedding scene, styles were ahown for street, afternoon and evening wear with models chosen from the Junior and Senior Woman's Clubs. Teen-age fashions and models for children and men were effectively dis-' played. Miss Irma Barlels and Miss Ginger Walmsley provided piano accompaniment for the evening. The Senior Girl Scout Troop 65 assisted the committee and presided at the refreshment table. Merchants represented at the show were, Dixie Shop, Harriet's, Pope's 'Sboppe, Famous Department Store, Phoebe Goldberg's. Miller's, Hartman's, Trattler.'s and Adams Flower Shop. LIKE AN INVISIBLE NET t/QU/NET HOLDS CURLS IN PLACE! the liquid hair net now yours in the *- ageable hair can now be yours with Liquinet, the magic hair spray, list Liquinet at hom» tor that "professional look." Liquinet make} your hair lovely-looking NATURALLY! GET IT TODAY! Alton—Wood River—Jerseyvill»

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