Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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tdt« VO »!.'.» ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES MAXIMUM PROTECTION AT MINIMUM COST First National Bank A TRUST CO. In /IIcon • Capital and Surplus $1,500,000 Third * Bell* Street* • Alton, IlllnoU UtltMft flDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION at lhe sprin * at Shurt1 *" Jmev Unit Teacher* A- T. i M . . tt- « College in Alton during commence To Ivxhibit Art \Vork mpn , . \ JER.SEYVn.LE. Several tearh. \ era from Jersey rounty unit No 100 \ In the group will be Krma Worthey, Anne Shortal, Mrs. Frank h" amnne the inhibitors SeaRo. Carl Oroppel, Lid* Med- HOW ABOUT YOU? Kvef.vnne who ctnr« not know TUB J/WT) .JESUS «n hli PERSONAL Saviour Is roMJEM.NWJ nnd SMALL PERISH. .fnhn 3:1* toll* us "He That Bfllevrth on film Is Not Condemned: hut UK THAT BKLIKVKTfl NOT IS CONW.MNEI) ALREADY, hppatise he halh not believed In the, name of the only begotten Son of OOD." Join Us in BIBLE STUDY FRIDAY 1VINI.NCS, » P. M. BCREAN BIBLE FELLOWSHIP Community Home 9*4 Main St. 'ford, Leola Krueger, Corlnne Kidd, Kdith White, and Mary Ellen Ohley. The work has been done under the supervision of Dr. E. Myer*. art instructor at the college. i White School Mas Picnic I JKRSEYVILLE. — The seventh r annual pirnir was held Sunday at ! White School. A potluck dinner i was served at noon and after an ; afternoon of games and other en- j tertainment, ice cream was serv- -ed. Mrs. Wilma Beach has taught the school for seven years. The final session of school will be Thursday. u Officers Installed By WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, »S2 _^__«—^««»•««—•«*••••••• ,,, Air Rase, Cocoa, Fin., and Kenneth is fl radio technician at Lake ' Charles Air HRKP, I*. J »ll fl * I /**-«!- The first rutting of alfalfa is he- crscyvule Kainbow wris^** hm-v^d. M«« »t t he fa tm . «. ' : rrs are bnlinj? Ihr hny. _ , — Tavernirr was takon to nn JERSKYVIU.K - Miw Patsy Bernard Norton, was honorni at a , s H flnd , ( Coombes, daughter of Mr. and party Riven at the home of her rt " "." ' .... %»._ ». » /-^,.^^.U*« ...A» inetntl/lf) . r* t_. _*. :« ~nln^ C I I I 11 H I COM'I I I. KMI . chapter Order of Rainbow for Girls, at the formal installation Telegraph Want Ads Click! luxury styling summer toppers $ 10 pin-money prices glamour styles for summer others 15,'20 oavantogfts of Mart fur storage flirty summer hat... the coolie plateau $298 Very imart... v«ry flattering ... perfect summer fashion. Bali sheen cloth with striking over-all 'veiling, rayon velvet trim. One of a wide assortment of elegant hat styles. White and colors a-plenty! (sketched) Gold embossed print ikirt, with tolid color pique top. S/ZM 10 (o 18. Stay cool, smart, and well within your budget with Sears latest fashion finds. Exotic prints, smart two-tones and solids in summer-wise sheers, cottons, rayons or Bembergs. Pert sunbacks, casuals, dreamy date dresses to please the most exacting tastes... at prices you just can't afford to pass upl Junior, misses' and half-sizes. squaw talk I Indian print cotton shirts and shorts $398 Heap big value, for heap small wampum! Printed cotton overblouse with Indian motif... smartly teamed with sturdy black cotton twill shorts. Sizes 10 to 18. ' SEARS he very marked : f <f>1o p n \ lopsoil is brginning if^'^rX" .SL7WS "^^".gffiSn Rose P S " Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vettnr of E ,« ™ a«S ^rS.? Wa^. P"n«h«r CrMc -r, '" ^^ lapter and was installing officer r the ceremony. Other officers seated were: hirley Armstrong, associate \vor- y adviser; Jeannine Tohill, chary: Henrietta Hughes, hope; Ca- I Brooks, faith; Deborah Sims, haplain: Shirley Stringer, district ader; Marilyn Mashburn, love; etly Roth, religion; Marie Prill, ature: .lean Crawford, immortal- y; Marilyn Wallace, fidelity; , oyce Skinner, patriotism: Joan ; carles, service; Wilma Robinson, '. Her observer; Eunice Ann Grab?, confidential observer: Carol piegelman, organist and Virginia oner, choir director. Jeanette ears, treasurer. Thelma Warford, ecorder and Mrs. Zetta Blish, ; lother adviser are holdover of- cers. Installation was in charge of largle Mae Flamm, installing of- cer; Thelma Warford, marshal; ' iarbara Edwards, chaplain; Mararet Seago, recorder and Carol piegelman, pianist. Dick Holladay who is home on : cave from the U. S. Navy, was: scort for Miss Coombes. Other JeMolay boys who served as es- orts were Bill Holladay, Jerry Booth, Bob Holliday, Bob Ripley, ack DeCourcy, Roger Egelhoff, ,id Hormell, Noble Heider, Louis acohy and Duanne Berthoux. The past worthy adviser's jewel vas presented to Miss Flamm, by Irs. John DeCourcy, and Mrs. Zetla Blish, presented her with he Rainbow Bible. A Rainbow ?ible was also received by Patsy Mashburn, who leaves for college n the fall, presented by her sister, larilyn Mashburn. The worthy adviser received a gift of roses from the Rainbows, iudy Darr made the presentation and Miss Imogene Tsringhausen, ormer member of the Rainbow Chapter, sang "Love Sends a Lille Gift, of Roses." Many other c;ifts were received by Miss Coom- ies. As she took her station, Miss sringhausen sang "As You Look Tonight,' 1 to Miss Coombes. When he colors took their stations and received their flowers. Patsy Mashburn sang "In the Garden of Tomorrow." The ritual /or the ceremony was sung by the Rainbow choir directed by Miss Virginia Boner. Celebrates Birthday JERSEYVILLE. — Miss Gail Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tric-ia Norton. Jacqueline Kulp, i ~ fn ~ , , and Patricia and Donna Browning, i Turkey is sending 60 agrlm). Alton; Ruth Carol Maher. God-Mural experts to study American frey; Carol Lahey, Karen Onsen, j farming techniques. Delores Schuckcnbrock, Anita Sire- ~ bel and Rosemary \VagcnbIast, Jerseyville. ! Miss Norton was recipient of many nice gifts, including a large birthday cake which was served the guests with an ice course. Hardin HARDIN. — Cpt. Orvillr Snow and family, and Cpl. Kenneth Snow left Monday for their respective bases after enjoying a two- weeks' furlough with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ou'n Snow. Snow is squadron commander at Patrick MOTOIIS "1 ,, r i M.I I i r I >• n! . II. r !>•• il \* ''"' ' '"'• 'PeakTradfs ^ Chiles iMotors MOTOUS DON'T SLIGHT YOUR SIGHT wear BARD m for l*ns*i and fromti EYEGLASSES OPTICALLY NONE FINER AT ANY PRICEI • over 50 styles of frames • any power lenses (regardless of the weakness of eyes) • white or tinted • single vision lenses Uor near OR far) • kryptok bifocals Ktftlju. Prf *crlptton» Filled 19.10 ck Malli OploiWlrint In ch«rf« •(for near AND far) m K.rt Eiamlniitloit 1.1.00 PHONE 2-2331 EVE GLASSES 210 STATE ST. CARSON JEWELERS "AltOtt's Credit Jewelers"! EVERY DIAMOND RING INSURED FREE FOR ONE YEAR. OPEN THURSDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 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