Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f A0B TffRfif Two to Be Elected —"--.- -.-,. -.-.-_-_-.-,•.-.-. Four Candidates File for Places on Unit 9 Board MEDOUA. — Saturday was thci The lortns of office of Earl Shel- flrtfll day for filinR petitions as candidates for election to the hoard of education of Community Unit School District No. 9, located in Macoupin and Jersey counties. ton of Shipman and Wendell Towse of Brighton, expire this year. Towse is not a candidate for reelection. Those who have filed are Karl Shelton of Shipman, Harry Jones of Brighton, Allen Kahl of Shipman, and George St. Cin of Brighton. The election will be Saturday, April 12. Holdover board members are: Earl Rhoads, Ralph McAfee, Norton Sanders, Ebert Pointer, and Herschol Fritz. Hostess at Party MEDORA. — Miss Rebecca Hunt was hostess to the young people of the Training Union of the Rap- tist Church Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, fttr. and Mrs. E. T. Hunt. Games were played and refreshments in keeping with Easter were served. Present were: Misses Wanda and Sue Stanton, Glenda and Barbara Marian, Kathy Long, June find Virginia Chism, Georgia Rennett, Rebecca Hunt, Dnrrcll Kddlemnn, Hobby Chism, Clifford Chism, James Long, Karl Rirhey, David Golike, Mrs. E. T, Hunt, Mrs. E. L. Kahl, and children, Charlotte, and Tommy. Confers Third Degree. MEDORA. — Fidelity Lodge No. 152, AF Si AM, conferred the third dep;reo on one candidate, Thomas' Ryder, Tuesday night at a special meeting of the lodge. Visitors were present from Manchester, Jerseyville, Knne, Brighton, Chesterfield, Greenfield. Refreshments were served following the ceremonies. Fifty were in attendance. There will be \\ork in the first degree Thursday evening. Kslhrr Class Meeting MEDORA. — Tho Esther Class of the Methodist Church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. W. I). Ciilworth. Mrs. Lloyd Grif- fith and Mrs, ,T. W. Robinson were assisting hostesses. Mrs, Ed Powell had charge of devotlonals and was also In charge of the games. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Present were: Mrs. F. ,T. Hunt, Mrs. Ina French, Mrs. Eva Carter, Mrs. Fred Downs, Mrs. Don Moore, Mrs, T. T. Eddteman, Mrs. A. E. Frueh, Mrs. George. Wilton, Mrs. Ed Powell, Mrs. Lloyd Griffith, Mrs. J. W. Robinson, Mrs. Corrinc Harlan, Mrs. L. C. Dougherty, Mrs. S. L. Kelt, and Mrs. W. D. GlUvorlh. Finishes Root Training MEDORA. - Mr. and MVs. Pearl Gross and daughter, Shirley, went to Great Lakes, 111., Friday, to spend the weekend with their son, Dwight Gross, who has finished his hoot, training. He is expected home on a leave before receiving his assignment. British tanks In Korea have electric ra/ors to help the crows shave when water supplies are fro/en. ' in Air Forci WILLIAM R. PHILLIPS, Mfl tA Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phillip* dt Wood River has been accepted lot the U. S. Air Force for four years, ns reported by the artty and '*\t force recruiting station at city hall. Ho attended Godfrey grade nehobl arid Is a graduate of Edwardsvllle High School. At time of enlistment he was employed by the Western Cartridge Co., fiast Alton, Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" PARADE wiad^ Poodle Coats i and Toppers "Poodle, the King of Spring Coat Fabrics" We know the importance of poodle cloth in the Spring fashion picture, and we have a complete selection for your Easter choice. In all new Spring colors of Oyster White, Maize, Marine Blue, Red and Beige. Sizes 10 to 20. Don't miss coming in and seeing these lovely coats for your Easter wardrobe. TOPPERS COATS $ 35 LIFE lltilt IOHI JOURNAL GWEN $10.95 When you see fashions like these and feel foot-easing comfort like this in the same slioes Jefeb EDEN $11.95 Young's Shoe Dept. Main Floor fat PtrfMf W—tarn* ttyfef lM 11. 12-wMtu AAAAA to in NfW LOWE* MICIS USE OUR CONVENIENT CHARGE PLAN . . . ASK ABOUT OUR EASY LAY AW AY PLAN. . . Young's... Fashion Floor 200 -- 200 LENDING LIBRARY WITHDRAWALS Values to $2.98 300 $149 59c T0 $1 -- 300 PUBLISHER REMINDERS A few slightly damaged Children's Books ° 59 Values to $1.98 Young's Basement HEY KIDS! Don't Miss The EASTER BUNNY Monday Thru Friday 4 P. M.-WOKZ-1570 Young's Presents AT HOME in E & W's lovely QUADRIGA COTTONS You'll revol in the new beauty of these now Qua- drigas. Bright, sparkling colors in an endless assortment of flattering colorful patterns. « So easy to choose — to sew — to keep fresh and crisp. So economical, too. Choose Quadriga cloth for your Spring and summer wardrobe, for house and garden. For work and play—with never a worry about washing or fading. An unlimited choice of smart patterns to style your frock—a complete selection of trimmings to add those interesting finishing touches. 49 yd. Young's Thud FJoor

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