Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, March 24, 1952
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY. MARCH 24, 1952 Sound does not travel In • vacuum. Free C«timit«i NKLLIB PBKWITT t»AT IIARTMAtf JOANN SMITH NORMA IIKI.WIO MART BELL LANK JO ANN STORK "Mandarin" was formerly the common name for all public officials in China. To Your Account! than taking your Hani "MISS ALTON" CANDIDATES, In beauty pageant Bponnornil by Junior Chamber of Commnrcn, at YWCA gymnasium, March 2« nt 8 p. m. The wlnnnr will enter (ho "MlM Illinois" content, and tho atate winner will compete. In the pnjceant nt Atlantic City thin Humin cr. Argentina Criticized PANAMA, Panama, March 24, —The Inter-American Frew Association haa denounced Argentina's government for Its curb on the press and asked the United Nations to look into the matter. IJKlfi IHJMSFIKM) VIOLA NKIJIIAIJ8 JOYCE VIETII JANE IlKEDHKKO BEVERLY COLT/ More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH tier* Ii a plemunt way to overcome IOOIB plate efl«oomfort. KA9TEJETH, nn Improved powder, uprlnkletl on upper and lower plfltei hold* them firmer «o that they fuel morn comfortable. No gummy, gooey, peaty tnnt« or feeling. It'i *lk*llnt (non-Reid). Dcien not sour. Check* "pinto odor" (denture brenlhj. Oet FASTEETIl today at any drug ftore. (Adv.) K GOLDFARBS DEPARTMENT STORE WOOD nivui W <• HUM Sold Out — ALL BILLS CAN BE PAID ABOVE THE STORE Your Prompt Attention Will Re Appreciated Thanks for your patronage During Our Years of IBusiitess Sol Goldfarb 92; Slu?n 94 Andrews of Medord Mark 65th Wedding Anniversary MKDORA. — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andrews, life-long residents of Shlpman township, quietly observed their 651 h wedding anniversary Saturday here at their home. Mrs. Andrews has been in failing health for some time. Tho marriage of the couple 6fi years ngo took place at the bride's home, three miles northeast of Piasa. The Rev. J. 13, House, pastor of the Methodist Church, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews resided at the bride's home for a year after their marriage, and then established their home on the An- drews' farm, two and one-half miles southeast of Piasa. Here they lived continuously until moving to Medora, 13 years ago. _ Mr. Andrews, who is 92 years old, is a son of the late Joseph and Mary Andrews. Mrs. Andrews, 84, is the former Miss Eva Black, daughter of the laic Charles and Martha Black. The couple has two sons, Edwin and Everett Andrews, both of whom are residents of Wichita, Kan. A daughter, Mrs. Martha Skaggs, died In 1923. They also have seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. LOST 20 POUNDS GRANITE CITY LADY FEELS LIKE NEW "Since I have been taking Rennel Concentrate I haven't been Dot: with headaches, stomach distress, constipation nor tired aching feeling. I am 41 years old and before I started on the Rennel home recipe I weighed 180 Ibs. Thanks to this sate easy way to reduce I now weigh 140 Ibs. Rennel has done wonders for me and believe me I feel like a new person." So writes Florence Holder of 1638 State Thousands have discovered this amazing, «UnpJe home recipe to the safe economical way to reduce, hered No calorie counting or rigid diet planning. Ask your druggist for 4 ounces of liquid RENNEL CONCENTRATE. To this add enough unsweetened grapefruit juice to make one pint. Then take two tablespoonfuls twice a day. It you are not satisfied with the results from the first bottle return H to the manufacturer for your money back. See your druggist today for RENNEL and regain be your healthy normal weight. Parent-Teachers Meet at Kane KANE — Seventy-five persons attended the Parent-Teacher meeting Friday evening nt the school. President W. R. Jr/nes presided. An "Old Fashioned" spelling bee wns a feature of the program and was won by Mrs. Claude Reynolds. Music on the program wns furnished by the junior high school choruSy, Miss Louise Cory's room won the prize for having the most parents present. Refreshments were served by the freshman class of the high school. Lucky Lassies Meet KANE — The Kane Lucky Lassies 4-H club met Saturday at the Baptist Church. A demonstration was given by Katherine Crotchett and talks were given by Gloria Hunks and Mrs. Albert Clendenen. A program will be given at Woodbury school Friday night. Refreshments were served by Gloria Hanks, Anna Marie Hanks and Carolyn Ray. The next meeling will be held at the Baptist Church April 5, at 0:30 a. m. JVews Notes KANE — Ed Hardwick entered Boyd Memorial Hospital at Carrollton, Saturday. Mrs. Richard Shewmaker and children spent Saturday at Rerrian with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtlus Blair. The Jiev. Richard Shewmaker and Roland Greene spent Saturday at Springfield helping erect a fire place in the new Baptist Youth Cooking sensation of the year! 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