Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PA»lfftRffc Civic Ass'n of Godfrey Meets GODFREY, March 23.-Thc Godfrey Township Civic Association held its monthly membership meeting Monday evening in Ihe Civic Center. The association will serve a dinner Thursday evening to tho Westerner Executive Club. Committee chairmen for Ihe dinner nre Miss Esther Seigerist, kitchen; Mrs. William Shade, waitresses. and Mrs. W. W. Etnons and Mrs. Harold Beuttel, dining room. Reports were given by the dance and food stand committees. The membership committee reported that there are now .150 paid members for ]9f)2. The building committee has completed the wash rooms and tho work on improvement of the entrance is nearing completion. A hot water heater for tho kitchen and a ticket seller's booth were _reccntly purchased. Two movies were shown by Bert Rilchey. They were: "Credit," by Dun & Brads;)reet, and "Sporting Arms and Ammunition," an Olin Industries film. Refreshments were served by the JUMBO BLQOM "Royal Red Velvet" AFRICAN VIOLETS Kn 2 for J2.00) Many Folks Say, "The Blooms Are Big As Silver Dollars" Here's my newest, most beautiful variety of African Violet. Lovelier than all the others with its gorgeous 'Royal Fed" blooms and big, big cool green leaves. Sent in bud or about to bud. Ever-blooming for years of beauty. Offered for a limited time at this amazing low price of only SI. 13 ca. or 2 for $2.00. Send cash and I pay postage. 'Or order C. O.D.i plus postage. If not delighted return for your money back. Order NOW! MARIE KRt'SE NURSERIES, Dc|ll. 24-1(1 Bloomlnifton, lllinoli Send me ........ "Kojal Red Velvet" African Violets. Name ............. . ................... A.ddrens ......... ...... ............... hostess committee: Mrs. Paul }3oschcrt, chairman, Mrs. J, C. Nelder, Mrs. Delmar Bott, Mrs. K. R. Meister, Mrs. Louis Lagemann, and Mrs. Harold Beuttel, Brock Addresses Moro PTA Croup MOFIO—A capacity crowd attended the Parent-Teacher Association meeting here Friday evening. The association now has 154 members and are eligible for the special award given by Ihe State for 100 percent membership of parents of all school pupils and the faculty. It was reported I hey had again received a superior rating on the Year Book. A committee composed of Dan Ayres, Omar Helmkarnp and Raymond Lambert were given a vote of thanks for labor contributed in making a library table, portable book shelves, and a dictionary stand to bo used in tho school. A display ease for special awards is also being made by the committee. Members voted to purchase a folding cot and blanket for emergency use in the school. The nominating committee named to select officers for next school term is Mrs. George Ilcnd- ricks, Mrs. Sherman VVildman and Mrs. Roy Schuette. Mr. George Brock, principal of the Edwardsville High School, spoke on "Fundament-als of Democracy and Voting." He stressed the importance of voting intelligently. Brock also discussed the bond issue in the Edwardsville Community School Unit. Vocal numbers were given by Leonard Wilkening, Joan Dorsey and Bernicc Luebbers. The post office at Appomattox Court House, site of Lee's surrender to Grant, once was called Surrender. Read Telegraph Want Ads Bedtime Snack solves laxative problem "I have had great success with ALL-BRAN," writes Paterson, N. J., man. "After years of constipation, I am now regular. Thanks to my ] / 2 cup of ALL-BRAN every day!" If you suffer from irregularity due to lack of dietary bulk, try a bowlful of this tasty cereal every night before bed ... it may bring back the youthful regularity you thought long lost. ALL-BRAN is the only type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. It's high in cereal protein, rich in iron, provides essential B and D vitamins. Not habit-forming. If you're not satisfied after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich., and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK! Emphasis On Texture NEW YORK — (NBA) — Unlikely as it seems in the middle of winter, summer is really on its way. When designers create cot- Ions that will be important hoi weather fashions, summer must bo considered. In a season when silhouette is, not drastically changed, the emphasis falls on fabric. This year, summer's cottons have a "three- dimensional" look created by the use of dobby dots, shadowed over- plaids, satin stripes woven into gingham, and lots of cording. Color, loo, gains new importance. Colors in cottons this year stall with an entire family of blut-s, from deep sapphire lo clear sky- blue. They continue inlo sun-yellows, the clear, candy pinks, hibiscus orange reds, deep raspberry reds, and on into neat black-and-white combinations in pencil-line stripes, tiny checks or outstanding squares. The texture look (left) in a blue Dan River cotton with a raised HUNT HARDWARE ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Telephone 4-3075 • Hardware • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Flaor Sanders Kor Kent Hours Duily: 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Sunday: 8 A.M. lo Xoou dobby dot has an organdy insert below tho Peter Pan collar nnd organdy cuffs. Crystal buttons with a raindrop sparkle nre used from neckline to the full skirt. A Rreen chambrny that sheds wrinkles (right) is cut into a dress with scalloped, portrait: neckline nnd cap sleeves. Full skirt of impressed pleiils, billowed out by a crinoline, has white embroidered eyelets and scalloped design. Twin Brothers Honored Sunday at Kane KANE, March 25.—Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross Crotchet t entertained Sunday with a potluck dinner in honor of their twin sons, Pvl. Kennelh Crochett, who left that evening for the east coast, and S/Sgl. Kenlner Crochett, who had just arrived from Germany. Guests at the dinner were Thomas Crochett and family, Arnold Crolchett and family of Carrollton, Mclvin Crotchett and family of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyde of Jerseyville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krause of Brighton, Mrs. Allen Charleston of Jerseyville, Leo Carr and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Crotchetf. and family, James Crotchett and family, Mrs. Delbert Crotchett nnd Mrs. Sophie Crotcli- ott. One seel ion of New York City has a "loycry" which lends toys lo children free of charge after the manner of free libraries. Four Ions is the average weight of an elephant. BIG 13 CU. FT. Coldspot Freezer At the Usual Price of a Much Smaller Box Plan First Aid Course At Godfrey Town Hall GODFREY, Mareli 25.—Plans are being mude by the fire department auxiliary to sponsor n first aid course. This course is a pnrl of tho civilian defense training nnd will run for nine weeks, with n two-hour session each week. A class of 15 is required to pro- 'urc an instructor. So far 10 hnve signed for the class. If it is possible to secure a sufficient number, tho sessions will he held on nine consecutive Monday evenings in tho town hull. Anyone interested in joining the group is asked lo call either 12-3326 or 2-37-15 this week. Godfrey Township Gets New Motor Grader GODFREY, March 2. r i.—Highway Commissioner II. C. Holladay has announced the arrival of a new molor grader that was purchased by the township to grade and main- lain roads. The grader arrived last weekend and Is housed in Ihe quonset hut behind the town hall. The characters to nole in studying trees nre: leav?s, flowers, fruits, bark, buds, bud arrangement, leaf scars, and tree form. 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To avoid a family mix-up of lip member of the family? ft hftrt tor later, a circle for brother «ftd A Jlamotid for mother. The' lentil probably WM flHt..8f he first plants cultivated by fl»8«* iccordlng to the Encyclopedia 3Htnnnlca. I.Ip protection for young and old In a vital nccpMlly during thn cold UTnlhnr month*. RhiMtcry wind* dry out Urn natural oils and Inavo tho nkln chapped and uniitlrncllvn. halms, this tube Is available In a variety of designs, A separate symbol can be assigned to each Special SANI-WAX Demonstrator Mrs. Fleming, hore this week to show you how SANI-WAX Cleans, Waxes and Polishes Almost Everything in~ ONE EASY Applicationl ICfyr Cleaning Drudgery with $2.08 Value-Both for $1.59 Find o* at i» ml to n* h»w Mn«-«tim« «••«*» window, ami «bf«n to HAU IHi TIMC wllh HALF IMI WOMC. UWMI *• Mtldu*. Housewcrres Basemen t Black rhododendrons are found n some parts of Tibet. $ Regularly $329.95! Save $30! HOLDS the Freezer of your Choice for 30 Days. 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