Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 26, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THRBSJ Shipman Township Rrd dross \Vnrkrr* Named SHIPMAN. \V. H. Schocncman, rlinirman of ttio Rod Cross drive In Sffipman township, has named the following solicitors: Shipman, Mrs. Dclbert Lister, Mrs, Dale Prather, and Tom Sawyer; Harmony, Mrs. Henry Mills; Prairie Dell road, Mrs. C. O. Matlack; west of Ship- s man, Mrs. Carlos Christopher, and Piasn, Mrs. Paul Ddell. The quota for the township is $325. Kntortnln* nt Dinner SHIPMAN. Miss Helen Shultz, assistant cashier of the Citizens Heedflldxotive Almost EmyNiqht? Then rely on ufe, all v»gtt»bl» DR. EDWARDS'r Slate Hank, entertained the directors at a dinner Friday evening in the directors' room at the bank. Those present were William R Edwald of Kirkwood, Mo.; \V. <;. Frank, VV. O. Sweet, William Alward, Henry Heyen, L. E. Kelsey and P. E. Craig. WSCS Meeting: SHIPMAN. — The Woman's Society of Christian Service met today at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Archer. She svas assisted by Mrs. M. F.. Lynch and Mrs. Myrtle Lynch. t'ndprgop* Operation SHIPMAN. — Wilma Pocklington, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pooklington, entered the Mai'oupin Hospital In Carlinville, Friday, and underwent an appendectomy Saturday morning. losva contains seven percent of the horse population of the United States. Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK" FLATLUX The Wall Paint MADE WITH OIL MMCOMMMD 4MII WITH OIL For WALLS AW CHUNGS ut A U T Y stonu MADYTOUSI LANGHAM'S WALLPAPER & PAINT STORE BROADWAY AT LANGOOX ST. (Opposite Bridge Entrance) Quota Set at $700 Mrs. Virgil Bauer to Head Greenfield Red Cross Drive GREENFIELD. - Mrs. Virgil] Bauer is local chairman of the annual Red Cross fund drive here. Mrs. William Stringer is chairman of the canvass of the business district, which was started Tuesday, and will be assisted by Mrs. Glenn C. Smith, Mrs. Lloyd Martin, Mrs. Ciller Strang and Mrs. Floyd Frazier. A canvass of the residential district will be made the first of next week and chairmen will be named for rural and community districts. The quota for this vicinity is $700, and funds are urgently needed to carry on the work of the Red Cross organization. Missionary Alerting GREENFIELD. - The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Meng, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Harley Gustine will be loader of the national topic: and Mrs. George Jennings will be devotional leader and give the foreign topic lesson. Travelers' Club Will Meet GREENFIELD. — Mrs. L. E. Middleton will be hostess to members of the Travelers' Club al 2:30 "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 caiet In doctori' leittl •Chances are you're putting up — unnecessarily— with the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation I For, In actual tests by doctors, Lydia Plnkham's Compound brought complete or striking relief from such distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases I Lydia Pinkham's Is modern in tti action! So get Lydia E. PinKham'a Vegetable Compound—or new, improved Tablet! with added Iron. See If—token through the month—It doesn't give relief from those backaches, jitters—help you feel oetter be/ore ^nd during your period I Or—If you suffer from functional "hot lashes" of "change of life." flnd out hoio wonderful Pinkliam'i is /or that, tool It hM • tulelint effect *• ulrrlno contraction* l*«l oftci e»u»« mcnilriiil Dili! p.m. Friday and Mrs. C. P. Entrekin will give the program, a book review. Attend Meeting In Kentucky GREENFIELD. • Mrs. Glenn C. Smith has accompanied her daughter, Peggy Lou. admissions counselor for MacMurray College, to Louisville, Ky., where they attended an alumni meeting and banquet of former students of MacMurray. They will also make visits in southern Indiana in the interest of the college. Kane Club Women Elect Officers KANK — Mrs. Wayne Williams was elected president, of the Woman's Cluh at the meeting Monday nl^ht at the home of Mrs. Wayne Wheeler. Other officers named were: Louise Cory, vice president; Mrs. Wayne Whcr.lec, secretary, lint! Mrs. H. F. Freeh, treasurer. Mrs. Glen Worley, Mrs. W. P. Wilt,' Mrs. Hichard Show-maker. Mrs. Lorlng Carr and Mrs. Worthy Stringer wore assistant hostesses at thn meelinR. Mrs. F. M. Inms nnd Mrs. Homy Borlin of Carrolltnn, spoko. Out nf town guests present were: Mrs. C. K. Linn and Mrs. Loo Prlee of Greenfield. Tlip noxt nirrliiiK will he al tlio homo of Mrs. It. F. Freeh. Kane KANK-Officers and teachers of the Baptist Church met Monday night, at the church with the Rev. John Scott of Winchester. Mrs. Kvyle.n Arras spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Arras, Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reynolds and daughter, Sandra, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Halhert of Alton. Mrs. J. I"). Klmore and Mr. and Mjnivrrsily of Scouting* Vi ill Open Thursday \Vith the new "Forward on Liberty's Team" program officially launched this spring, the central district, Piasn Bird Council. Roy Scouts will keep pace with the training needs of the volunteer scouting group. Cliff Davidson, central district training chairman of the Hoy Scouts, announced today that "university of scotiting" will open Thursday night at Alton HiRh School. The "university" will Include training those interested in Mrs. J. Nt. Klmore of Carrollton. were dinner guests Sunday ilf Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Allen. Mr, and Mrs, Lynn Arms .and son, Tom, went to Carmlllon Sunday and visited Mrs. Samuel Stevenson and Miss Wilma Podding- Ion. Mr. antl Mrs. Perry Ony and daughter, Kileen, and Louise Cory, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrold Drummond at Ilardin. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Stites of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sears of Jerseyville, visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs, George Reno, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carr, .hick Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, dominion and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reno, went to Fleldon Sunday to attend the wedding of Miss Frances Cope and Robert Bur.-h. Mrs. Klla Webb, Mrs. Kd Wool, sey nnd Mrs. Gilbert Williams ' wenl to Jacksonville Monday and , were accompanied home by Mrs. i Joe Short who had undergone surgery at Ptissavant Hospital. Thomas Butler entered Watson's Nursing Home at Jerseyville, Tuesday. Mrs. Orvillo Da IT and daughter, Keota, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reno of SI. Louis. cubbing anc! scouting plus training for the Green Bar (lop hoy leaders ), Assisting will be Lucian Laird. Jim Johnesec, Harry Slock, nnd Ralph Luken. The coin-so will be conducted for six consecutive Thursday evenings --March 21 through iVlny 1, 7 to !) p. m. Tel»grnph Wont Ait» NATIONAL FLOOR COVERING SALE GIVES YOUR HOME A FRESH-AS-SPRING LOOK KIDDIES PATENTS FOR EASTER! • Infants' Size* I tn 8!y • Children'* Sl/.os (I In It !i Slzp* 12 to 3 HOYS' AND OIHI.S' OXFORDS 804 K. BROADWAY, ALTON Retwncn Oak and Spring: 81 s. Sewing your Easter outfit it eaiier on A PFAFP because when you own a PPAFF you own • Complete Sewing Center! PFAFP do«t it all ... at horn* , . . Without Attachmtnft Sews on Buitotu * Makes Buttonhole* • B«r Tftclti Monogranu • Darni • Blindnitches • Embroider* Zig-Zag» • Ovcrcwu • Applique* • Cut-out Work Pull K«lory with ik« built-in Dlal-A-Stilch ' Jvtt Dial II f» S(yft III Select the stitch you want— flick (he Dial-d-Stitch and sew! 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Easy to install yourself because it lies flat without pasting or tacking. Choose today from three decorator patterns, colors. Linoleum Paste . . gal. 1.49 3 Gals. 3.19 * SEillK ALTON FASHIONS FOR the Easter Parade COATS Young's presents to you fashions lor the Easter parade. Here we have any coat styled to lit all occasions o{ dress. All wool gabardines in fitted and box styles. All wool fleeces and poodle cloths. All colors and sizes for the most finicky ladies. Navy, Marine Blue, Boige, Shadow Piafds, and Maize. Sizes 10 to 20 in full length and toppers. $ 21 95 Up DRESSES There's Easter fashion news in our basement dross department. New master sheers, French crepes, Lenaluros, and Frostpoints in Navy, Powder Blues, Prints, Beige and Grey. Those Easter lovelies are styled to perfection just for you. Sizes 10 to 20 and 38 to 52, SUITS Newest of Spring styles and colors for your Easter values. The pricel It's set just right to meet your Easter budget and so finely styled too. Nipped waist, with two pencil slim skirts in many of our styles. Sheen gabardines and flannels in Rose, Beige, Navy, Black and Blues. Sizes 10 to 20 and 38 to 52. I'sv Our C'oiir<'iiicii( Munit Our Kuny !,«}/. lu f'fffii . . . $ 19 95 Young's Basement

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