Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
Page 9
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•* r vn f '\, ,'^/Av! WBONKSOAV, JUNE 4, 1932 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MISS CARMEN FITZHUCH WAS SELECTED AS ALTON HIGH SCHOOL "DREAM GIRL OF '52" and was-crowned during the Junior Prom at the school Saturday night. Miss Fitzhugh is in the center of the picture with her escort, Buddy Hook and Lynn Ford, flower girl, and Tom Kreici, crown bearer. Members of the court and their escorts are from left—jack Baccus, Miss Betty Housman, Wayne Cook, Miss June Moore, Miss Fitrhugh and Mr. Hook, j^liss JoAnn Voss, Harold lsaacs,*Miss Norrna Fleming and Bill Shake.—Photo by Orv. Broun. Kanfe Harold DeShasler 1 and family of Granite City were dinner guests Sunday oj Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasier. / ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foster of Jcr- geyville were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cttmmings and children, of Hardin, were guests SdniJay of his parents, Mr, and Mrs,;J. R. Ctimmings. Mrs. Jessie 1 Williams •returned to her 1 home 1 In While Hall Sunday after, several! days 1 'visit \yilh Mr. and Mrs>Ay. II.'Bates.' Members of the N Kane Lucky Lassie 4-H Club and the Kane Agricultural 4-i-I Club and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner,Sunday at Marquelle Park, Grafton. Fifty-four attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weller and Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob Elmore attended the dedication services of the Baptist camp at .Lake Springfield, Saturday. S./Sgt. Kentner Crotchett, Stewart Field, N.Y., came Sunday for ; several days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Crotchett. . Denmark will install a TV transmitter in Jutland, to develop a new receiver market. • CM , •• Ulltw h«« ••»;. r»wllM jam kivt f«r Hfhint «f tcnnc, yitrlatli,' atliMt'i fMl *r vhiicrcr trovkl* »»j kr—«njr(hinr tttm f»»t—WONDER SALVK m4 WONDER M«dlc*i«d SOAP c.n help yo«. IW»#I»|»W./of 'tkm boyi IN lA« Armj H«W f*r y«n /•!&!••( hum* WONDER SAI-VE ta wkllt, C r»i<1tM. •ntinrptie. No utlf m0»t«r«nc«. Sife for children. C«t WONDER SALVE and WONDER SOAP — rtnlti «• m»n*r r*f«nil«4. Tnljr WMidcrfal preparation!. •oli In AIU> by Saidin, Ford-nopklni, • * W, Thrifty, ••< Deftnhardl Drag •l*r*ii *r y»»r k*m* Uw» dra((li*. (Adir.l Doilies for Display Accent a party,table wi(h new handsome doilies! Or, use these on living-room tables. They're modern styling in favorite spider- web design and so simple to make. Use Number 30 cotton. Number 50, or heavy cotton for these. Pattern-581; crochet directions. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, A T eedlecra/t.Dept., P. p. Box 161, THE ORIGINAL BLUE JEANS Old ClirluPA Station, New York II, N. Y. Print plainly PAT- TEBN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. Such colorful handiwork ideas Send 20 cents in coins for out Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Catalog. Choose your patterns^from our gaily illustrated toys, dolls household and personal accessories. A pattern for a handbag is printed right in the book. Weekly Seiv-Thrifly FEW hours of .easy sewing! That diagram shows you how simple the construction is! Just the cool smooth sun-casual for an all-purpose runabout. Stripes are fashion- news this season, though this looks smart in printed fabrics, solid colors and checks! Pattern R4756: Misses' sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 3Vz yai-ds 35-dnch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 343 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. The Caernarvon, Wales, Town Council has asked the Queen to proclaim little Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and to hold the investiture ceremony at Caernarvon Castle. India has opened the $7,000,000 Sindri fertilizer factory, the Government's biggest enterprise. Central Sewing Supply Co. 14 West Broadway Down • 18 Months to Pay TriiVIn Alliwanti NONI TRIMMIRI No other overall can give you the slim, trim, truly Western fit of LEVI'S—designed in the pioneer West over a century igo—never successfully imitated by others 1 NONI TOUGHIRI No other overall will giv« you the long wear of LEVI'S—cut from the heaviest denim in the world, copper riveted It all strain points, and guaranteed—9 new pair FREE if they rip! NONf IITTIBI There are lot* of blue jeans, but there's only ONE LEVI'S, the original I Look for the famous Red Tib Pn the back pocket r LtVIS UNCI1MP AMIRICA'S FINEST OVERALL lit wu LKVI'S is rtiUUftd in tin 9. (. Pittet OUte ind denulei ote S«t Our Lirgt 9«lt€tion of SEWING MACHINES Disk — Oonttli AniPirtilli Central Junior To Promote Sit Exercises Are Set Thursday for Rev. L. L, Hayttes, fWgtef of Union Memorial CHureH, St. L6uls, will be commencement speaker at promoiloti exercises at Central Junior School June 5 when 58 students are promoted to Alton High. The promotion program will start at 8:30 p, m. at Central auditorium.. The program will open with the' processional, "Russian Choral" played by the Central band under the direction of Joseph Brewer after which the Rev. E. 0, May, pastor of. Allen Chapel, will give the Invocation. The Central chorus will sing "Ave Verum," "Hunting Song," and "Climbing Up the Mountain" before Helen Ferguson gives the j class history. j After a musical selection by an j ociet of Central students, Rev. I Haynes will give his address, followed by a flute solo, "Forest Echo" by Leon Johnson. Supt. J. B, Johnson will present diplomas and the ninth grade" class will sing "Now the Day is Over." Floyd Arbuckle will presenl American Legion awards and the band will play "Tea for Two" and "Mandalay." The program will close with Ihe benediction by Rev. J. S. Davenport, pastor of the Morning Slar Baptist Church and the recessional by the band. The class roll: Norn Jean Brndshmv. Russell Dean Bradshaw. Ronalle Brnntley, Corrine Pearllne Brooks, Loretta Mae Callahan, William Cssson, Cager Lee Chapman, Ora Le* Cole, Georgia Margaret Cross, Rodger Dee Cross, Timothy Cross, Shir- icy Dancy, Theodore Dennis. Helen Ann Fergu«on, Kevan t.eroy Frye. Rosle Gater, Guy Gordon. Juanlta Hammonds, Alnhonso James Hardy. Susie Pearl Hearn, Louise Marie Henderson, Alvln Louis Holloway, Georgia Marie Jackson, Alfred Leon Johnson, Robert Dean Jones, Adi Pearllne King, Mary Ellen Koontz, John Louis MeCIaln, irene Elizabeth McClain. John Louis Mclntosh, John Earl McSwaln. Robert I.. Martin. Robert L. Mozee, Mary Lou Myers, Janle Frances Nicholas, Beulah Mae Patterson, Rosle Lee Patterson. Lionel Perry. Volar Mae Posey, Thomas Rnglin, Essie Robinson jr., Maurice Roscoe Robinson. William Patrick Rolline. 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