Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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TUESDAY. MARCH 25, 1952 27 Honor Students At Metlora High ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PADS MEDORA—The honor roll for the fourth six weeks' period at the Medora High School hns been announced by Principal J. A. Zobio. Those on the list are: high honor, David Gollke, Kenneth Sanders and lirfo Jean Ruyle; honor roll, Jerry ttodge, Everett Loy, Naomi Warner, Shirley Straube, Rosella Mn- berry, Imajean Hombrow, Robert Sanders, Thomas Prueh, Shirley Plogger and Shirley Widaman, and honorable mention, Dolores Scott, Sylvia Carroll, Lela Harlan, Junior Jones, Virginia Chlsm, Shirley Smith, Doris Bowker, Doris Cunningham, Delores Maple, Myrtle Hancy, Harold Frlcker, Frances Kirsch, Mary Maberry and Robert Ruylc. R«id TcUfraph Want Ad* EXPERIINCETfACHBSUS] tVIAT FRIENDSHIP IS Ar PLANTTMT MUST BE WATERED AND NURSED, ' OR IT WITHERS Our more beautiful unit lusting Venetian blinds need little cure. They defy dirt . . . \vipe i-leun with it soft cloth. Available in nttrnctlve new colors to hiir- monlze vltli any home ileconi- tive scheme. Select yours al ALTON'S today. LTONVENETIA BUNDCOMPAN »03.ST.LbuiS AVt!.'EAST. ALTON.IU. iMedorn MEDORA-Dr. 0. T. Loper, St. Louis, was a Sunday guest at the home of his sister, Mrs, R, \V. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bwln, St. Louis, were guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewin. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster and I daughter, Sheila, of Granite City, I visited Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Freab Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter. Kdwardsvllle, were weekend guests at the home of her father, George Holliday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy French went to Jacksonville Saturday to visit his father, William French, a patient nt Our Saviour's Hospital. If. L. Glower and Miss Dolln Glower spent Sunday In Alton with Mr. and Mrs, R. N. Glower. Mrs. A. T. Wilton and daughter, Mrs, Donald Hudson, have returned from Rochester, Minn., svhere they have been at Mayo Brothers. Miss Betty June, East Alton, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 01 ten and family, Modesto, spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Searles. ! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manns, Al; ton, visited Sunday with her sisters, Mrs, Bertha Rhoarls and Mrs. Irl Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown and j Mrs. Loo Fenlon spent Saturday in Mast Alton with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wise and daughter, Cynthia, St. Louis, were here Sunday visiting with her mother, Mrs. Charles Hembrow, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freab Wise. Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Glower and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett, Alton, were guests Sunday evening at the II. L. Glower home. Mrs. Kenneth Downs, Bunker Hill, visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maska. Mrs. H, II. Bosley, who hns been visiting in Peoriii with her sister, Mrs. Lee Zipprich, returned to Medora Sunday to spend a few days with relatives before leaving for home in Watsonville, Calif. Arthur Conner arnd Miss Marie Kelly, Alton, Mrs. John Fensler- man, Godfrey and Mrs. Melvin Wooff and daughters, Alton, visited Medora Class Play Set for April 17 MEDORA--The senior class of the -high school has selected "Grand Dad Steps Out" as their class play to be given April 17. Rehearsals are now underway. Those in the cast are: Shirley .Plogger, Tom Frueh, Naomi Warner, Shirley Widaman, Earl Richey, Shirley Smith, Reta Cunningham, Georgia Bennett, Clifford Ghism, David Golike, Imo Jean Ruyle, Shirley Gross and Robert Wise, Homo From Hospital MEDORA—Don Rice, who has been a patient at Memorial Hospital. Alton, for tho past six sveeks, WHS brought home Saturday afternoon. Ho si ill has to remain in bed. Kclhcl riHfis to Meet MEDOKA-The Esther Bible Class of the Bethel Church will meet F.ridny evening at the home of Mrs. Floyd Frost. Mrs, Leancile Young and Mrs. Elmer Frost will "be assisting hostesses. GOLDFARBS DEPARTMENT STORE WOOD RIVER We Have Sold Out— ALL BILLS CAN BE PAID ABOVE THE STORE Your Prompt Attention Will Re Appreciated Thanks for your patronage During Our Years of Business Sol Goldf arb ROAD-HUGGING DEVICE—A former airplane maker in Munich, Germany, developed this "arloran." designed to keep the car glued to the road at high speeds. Using aerodynamic principles, the aeloran, mounted where thr front bumper u r ,ed to be, causes air flowing c\er it at high speeds lo add to front-end "weight" of the auto, keeping it stable at high speeds. Device sells for about $25. Sunday afernoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Conner, Mr. • and Mrs. George Wilton spent Sunday in Wavcrly with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kep-' linger. Mr. and Mrs. John Honens spent the weekend in Sterling with her aunt, Miss Mollie Kaslabrooks, and his mother, Mrs. F. W. Honens. Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt and Harry Nickens, Alton, and Mrs. Fannie Nelder of Godfrey, were callers Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Summers, Granite City, visited Sunday afternoon at the home of his brother, Rev. W. A. Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tungett and sons, Jim and Jack, Alton, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Well. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph DePasse and daughter, Sharon, and Mrs. Irma Driver, East Alton, spent Sunday with Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Griffith. W. R. Dougherty and Mrs. Lucille Moore, St. Louis, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dougherty. Miss Sylvia Carroll spent the weekend in Champaign with Miss Juanita Fritz, who is attending the University of Illinois. See and drive the newest of the new! d; butt* Cyojui»ndt'f Y-H. L'tiruuiu wtietl dmct optiutiftl tt *iif» c«*t—d«aorktiv« kiid otber •i)ecific»uoni tubjcct to cbtoca wilbout nolH «t. AMERICA'S SMARTEST "HARD-TOP" 1952 Commander V-8 or Champion It's one of eleven far-advanced new Studcbaker si vie stars! Clean-lined Studebaker design assures you real gas savings! Most admired, most desired new Studebaker in years! Moro Moro Notes / MORO -Mrs. Henry Cooper will be hostess at a pot luck lunch Thursday when the Ladles Aid Society of trie Presbyterian Church will meet at the church to quilt. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kuetho of Florissant, Mo., spent Sunday with Mrs, Kuethe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Holmkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Leon O'Doll and family of St. I^ouis, visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. O'Dell, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dorsey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Lindoll Cooper and family of Springfield, III. Legion Units to Meet at Medora MEDORA — The monthly meet- Ing of the Macoupln Council of the American Legion and Auxiliary will he held In MedorA Wednesday evening at the high school. Following the meetings of the organization, John Honens, voi-nl musical director of Unit No. 0, will entertain the group. Refreshments will he served by the Medora Auxiliary. Bethel Club Meets MEDORA — The Jolly Workers 4-H club of Bethel held their second meeting Thursday evening at the home of Miss Ruth Ryan. Lorella Rlchey, president, presided at the meeting. Eight members answered roll call. The. next meeting will be April 10 nt 7:30 p. m. at the homo of Loretta Rirhcy. Miss Ryan nerved refreshments of cocoa and cake. Meetings for Week MEDORA -- The Esther Class of the Methodist Church, will meet this evening nt the home of Mrs. W. D, lillworth. Assisting hostesses will he Airs. ,1. W. Robinson and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith. A special meeting of the Masonic lodge will ho held tonight for work in the third degree. Arbor Vltne Camp of the Royal Neighbors will meet Thursdav eve- ning nt. 7:30 at the hom*> of Mr*. Ida Burns. nirtlidny Supper MKDORA -- The monthly birth- dny supper nt. ihi» Bethel Baptist Church was held Friday evening. Sen fed nt tho guest table were Oliver Moran. Leslie and Shnron Mnrim. Rev. Owen Hamilton, M. J. Rltchey, Barbara and Rir.hard (iross, Grorge Mohrman, Bruce Johnson, J. D. Campbell, Clyde Hell and sons, Vernon and Roll a Ehort, Russell Boll and Mrs. Henry Ryan. Attend Stnle Toiirnninmt MEDORA - Those from Mcdorn \vho attended the state basketball tournament nt Champaign were: Rob*rt SnndWdi frKfrntt Allen Fricker, Robert Wtefc, Tdirn* my B. Ruyid, Kenneth Stafi&n, Earl Rlchey, Kenneth Conch Francl* Langheta, and ton Sanders. Tu butterflies, reds, yellows, tffd browns are pigment colors, while greens and blues are due mostly to refraction of light. 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EXCESS m also ousts TIREDNESS, SHOOT HEATH, LACK Of PEP, UZHKSS- and harms your personality, sotial life and personal appearance I Overweight thonem life. Leading Imnrance companies report rtttt fat peoples' death me is ONE AND A HALF TIMES that of the healthy (lender. High blood'pressure and hardening of the anerie* are more frequent in fatties. Four out of fire oases of diabetes developing after forty are in overweight people. Some forms of kidney disease show a higher mortality rate among overweights. Surgery is dangerous for fat men and women. In pregnancy, mortality rates of /at mothers and their children are higher. Yes, fat folks are a bad • insurance risk! An estimated 15 million adults are overweight. Why? It's not as some think, heredity. And "glands" account for perhaps one in • hundred. Ortrea»i*g makes fat—a threat to your life, your person' •lity and yonr appearance. Even those who are 10 or so pounds overweight are carrying a burden. Until now, many folks preferred to May fat rather than risk reducing drugs', suffer with dieting, or eat distasteful foods. HIGH HOOD fKISSUtl The /Mosf Amazing Medical Discovery in all Home-Reducing History SAFELY TAKES OFF UGLY FAT quicker without a diet, without drugs —never a hungry moment OVER 20,000 JUNEX USERS NEED NEVER AGAIN WORRY ABOUT DANGEROUS FAT! *$% or it LOSE EXCESS POUNDS IN 10 DAYS THIS SAFE WAY Accepted for Advertising in a Well-Known Medical Journal At last you can take off pounds and inchei of ugly fat from thighs, stomach, hips, neck, chin, simply, surely and scientifically. No longer do you have to go hungry or weaken yourself by dieting, strenuous exercising, or taking dangerous drills. The Junex Reducing Method is ilie talk of the medical world. With it you can reduce the way nature and medical authorities intended. Each week you lose pounds safely, until you reach your rno« becoming weight. The JUNEX Method is designed to help prevent ftabbiness. By following the Junes Method you'll stay trim and mure youthful looking. So why stay fat tnd flabby? Thousands arid thousands of women are getting back to normal weight easily, quickly and sa/cly with the amazing Junex Drug-Free Plan. Just take Junex tablets as directed—then eat all you need. "Resulu," users say, "»re simply amazing!" "Unsightly fat seems to melt away like mtgic." You enjoy every meal yet have no craving for those fat producing extra portions—those between meal and before bedtime snacb, without hunger. You hardly realize you're reducing. But you do! Reducing success must be yours with the first package, or return for full $2.98 refund. Now, get Junez tnd »ee for yourself whit it will do for you. DIET-FREE! HUNGER-FREE! DRUG-FREE! SCIENCE'S NEWEST REDUCING DISCOVERY REDUCING METHOD Doctors Found Thb: Before this plan was made available to you, it wu proved eUnJ< call? by Doctors on • group of normal overweight women and men. Here it what they found: 1. Lots in weight of 10 to 52 Ibt, with no discomfort or ill efieos. 2. Each person enjoyed every meal—never went hungry. AU members of the group indicated that they were grateful for this. method 310 STATE ST. ALTON DIAL 3-8887 FAMOUS POD LOW PRICES ALTON, WOOD RIVIR and JERSEYVIUI,

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