Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
Page 22
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PAGE tWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 OPEN 7 A. M, lo 9 P. M.-ALL DAY SUNDAY We Specier/fte In Wedding and Parly Cake* DUKE 8lh and Henry Alton Dial 2-2922 WEEK END FEATURES Butlsrmilk Devils-Food Cak« Pineapple Danish Stollen Cherry Pl« — Chocolate Pie — California Cheesecake Hot Cross Buns Homsmade, Vienna, Old Faahioned Ry«, Pumpernickel and Nul Bread. Home Bureau in Meet at Eldrecl fright members at- Ipndpd Ihe March meeting of the local home bureau unit nt 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon nt HIP homo of Mm. Wayne Savage, After Iho response lo roll cnll yvns given (ho regular order of jfllncM wns transacted. Mm. Kenneth Urnnnan gave, the mnjor lesson. "Social Meaning of Tnci." Mm. fjeorge Farrow presenter! thf> minor lesson. Mm. Frank Kester gave Ihn licnllh lesson in Ihe nhspnco of Mrs. VV. T. Mrimium. Mm Kcslrr WHU nl«o In fhnr^p of ihc rocren- lion porlofl. Mm. Donn Mushnrll i;mf M rrport on Urn 4-K olnh work. RcfrcHhrrifnU wr-rf uprvnd nnd n sorlnl hour hflrl tiflnr which thf orRnnlzntlon nd.joiirnod lo moot April 15, nt Iho homo of Mrs. Ilolj- ftt RP«!. REBUILT VACUUM CLEANERS ELECTROLUX, REXAIRES And Other Famous Makes TRADE IN YOUR OLD CLEANER You dmi'l tinvi' In linvr nil Old cli-iiniT or icwlng inn- tihllin to Irmle in, but If \mi do, you Rot grfntfr unvlngn! Call For Free Home Demonstration AH LOW AS 13 95 Kimy Term* Arrnn«f<l. VVi; (live mid Itcdi-cm Ktigln ALTON SEW-VAC We ftcrwlr or llu.v Any Mnltn Sowing Mnohlne or Clonucr. 1724 E. BROADWAY PHONE 2-7622 Complete with 10 attachments including spray gun, 6-YEAR GUARANTEE Mcilorn MKDOFIA. Mr. nnr! Mr*, Smlih and sons. Terry anrf Ronny, nMondrd !he FFA pofluek supper «t Jerneyvllle Ti/i»»dny nl(?ht. Mr, nnd Mrs. Wilfonl flaney nnrt iiichter of Henderson. Ky., are «pemllnjj n few rlnyn nt the home of hi* mother, Mrx. liny Mrorika. Mr. nnrl Mrs. Clnrenie Hoyle were in JHck.ionville Monday. Mrs. Doyle visited hr-r sister, Mrs. OeorKP Hnrhcr, and Doyle wna the Ijuest of his falher, Lee Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Marry CdnnlnKham and son, f.'pl. Robert Cunningham, .spent. Monday in tttaunlwi at the home of thflr, Mrs. Clarence Cope. Mrs. Don Hire and Misses (ilen- da and Unrharn flarlan wen? Ku\t- per Kuestn at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. V. C, Slanion, Tuesday evp- Mr. and Mrs. flaymond Mennell and son, And Mr and Mrs. Ralph Lowis anrl dmiRhler were guestn Sunday evpnlnj? al the W. K. nen- nntf, home. Mrs. Eldon Joiner leff Wednesday for Norfolk, Va., to spend a month with her husband, who is In the U.S. Nnvy. Mr, »nd Mr*. Roy French were railed lo Jacksonville Monday hy the Illness of his father, William French, of Henrdslown, who is a patient In Our Saviour's Hospital al Jacksonville. Mrs. Gertrude (Iwillim relurnrd ! home Monday after spending the 'weekend nl the home of her son, Marry Jones. While there she attended the wedding of Miss Verla Holland and Harvey Schroedcr, Saturday evening nt the Evangelical Church In Hrlghl.on, and (he reception nt the bride's home In Alton. Mrs. Nellie Gorham spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Yancey, at: Brighton. Mrs. Charlotte Kemper and 'Mrs. William Kemper were in Alton Wednesday and called nt St. Anthony's Infirmary to see Mrs. Effie Roblngs. Piana Biirenu Unit Entertains at Party SlflPMAM - Tho Plas.i Home flurenu (Jnlt PI >rt«inpd nt an In- formntlon party Monday evening at thf bn8«mpnt of ihn PIHHH Hap- tist f.'hurch. Sixty-Hirer were fires f-nl lor thf politick suppor, nftpr which a program wn 1 * prrspntcd fnforrnalion on honif bureaus wn« given hy Mrs. Loslnr McCormick find Mn;. P. I'. C.'rtiitj; rnajor projects hy Mrs. Ifpmchpl f'rii/; minor projocM, tiy Mm. Waller Schnefor; and »pei:ipl pro frets, by Mm. Paul Udell. Group slnRiiiK WHS I'd hy Mm. Floyd OMIT; a *kil was Riven hy Mm. VV. (i. Young; instrurnpnlal music hy Oirol .Jeim nnrl Lorn I,PP jLfihr, jind Irornbonp and cla.-irpl I solos b> lx>i.s Ann WHRKOIII r. 'i hf c | lakinjf pjirt. in .1 hillbilly wrddim; \vprf-: Mrs. <"llffor(i Tnl cy. proa pr; Mrs. Ho' >rt Schapfer, bride; Mm. W. fl. Liihr. «room; Mrs. Paul Odoll, ring bpHrer; Mrs. Ralph WtiKKonpr and Mrs. Ixiren [,ahr. parents of the bride; Mrs. Lester McCormlr:k and Mrs. Harry Brown, parents of the rroom; Mrs. W. d. Yotine. pianist; Mrs. Floyd Darr. soloist; Mrs. VV G. Wod'cker. Mrs. VV. S. Reno, Mrs. Don ("Xvlllim and Mrs. Drwpy P.tynter, weifdinR KUf'Sl 1 !. Cli-iin-r|) Diiy itt Legion Mull MKDOKA. Women of the Auxiliary of the American Legion mot at the Legion Hall Tuesday for a clean-up day. A politick dinner was .served at noon. The womon working were Mrs, Clinton Wedding, Mrs. Wendell Warner, Mrs. W. B. Challncombe, Mrs. Vernon Sarginson, Mrs. T. T. Bddlerimn, Mrs. Corrine. Marian, and Mrs. H. F. Shields. 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And those pictures are crystal clear, far or near! 18th century styled cabinet in genuine mahogany veneers. We'll give you a nice trade-in on this! OTHER TERRIFIC G-E TV BUYS! 17" table model TV, blond wood Natural blond wood 17" console Table model, big 20" scrton Contolt, 20" black picture tub* Modorn blond 17" coMtQiTrV 17" 'black dayllte 1 contol* Originally Originally Originally Originally Originally 39V«99 Originally 319*95 NOW 229.95 NOW 259.95 NOW 269.95 NOW 299.95 NOW 239.95 NOW 249,95 PIPELINE PRESIDENT ADDRESSES ROTARIANS: Milled K Neptune, Ohird from left) president of MIP p| d ;te P-K-li'O Co, -;OOKO to Woo*' P ,f:r Potandn-i Monday on iho 1100-mile pipeline i:0w nr-.'/r ,"G: i,i mr t'on to bnr.g !dn/l lucl'pd oil frr/n WyOiviny to 'vVoocJ River. Standing (I to r) .TO J C li,irov of Spr,:i^!,tl<: ~M<ke NoUn. rro- ,yer of Ihe hldrlford refinery of the Sinclair Oil Co Neptune. 0 0. 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