Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 6, 1952
Page 7
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f R1DAY, JUNB 6, 1W2 BVBNINO TELEGRAPH SECTIONI OF NEW lUILDINC OF" WALZ MOW^O^HOOO ing will be held Saturday and Sunday. v Washington Sixth Graders Honored The sixth grade graduates of Washington School were honored with a party at the Onized club rooms Thursday night. Dessert prepared by mothers of the graduates was served to the graduates and their parents. Harold Gwilllm served as toastmaster for the event. Lois Erd- marih gave a toast to the teachers, Response was' by Miss Enola Shearer, sixth grade teacher. • Several imitations were given by Miss Martha Ree^. A pantomime skit was given by Miss Grace Rexroat and Mary Lou. The Rev. Earl White entertained'with a number of feats of legerdemain. A group, directed by Edwin Siegrlst, enter• talned with several musical selections, featured by a musicaf duet on electric guitars by Allen Milford and Leonard Brunstein; The class prophesy, prepared by Barbara Emmons, Stephen Cousley, and Harold Rhodes, was read by Barbara Emmons. Wayne Anne Carroll, on behalf of the class, presented a gift to Miss Shearer. Tara Gwillim, on behalf of the class, presented a gift to Miss Phflomene Marum, the principal. All of the faculty, Mrs. Adah March, Mrs. Norville E. Lathrom, Mrs. Emelia Monroe, Mrs. Oley O. IKE FACES NEWSMEN — Cen. Dwight D. Eisenhower lean; over microphones to hear question as he faces newsmen at pres: conference in Abilene, Kan., today—AP Wirephoto. ' Adams, Miss Mabel Vogel, Miss Enola Shearer, and Miss Marum, were present. Most of the class of 36 have spent their entire six years in school at Washington. Read Telegraph Want Ads 1 on PCI f/ No More . . . CREDIT For Kindy 213 Pioia St. for over 44 year* the Kindy Optical Company ha* been serving Alton folks "with good glasses at low cost. If you need glasses, 'our convenient credit plan will help you get the Classes you need . . . and arrange terms to fit your budget. Stop in today an'd ask about our convenient credit plan. DeMolaySets Summer Meet Date, June 12 The annual summer ceremonia' for the • conferring- of degrees ol the order of DeMolay by the offi cers of the Aiton chapter will take placet next Wednesday at 8 p. m. at Franklin Masonic Tern pie. It was originally planned to hold an outdoor ceremonial Saturday evening of this week at Camp Warren Levis but the advisory Boare decided to postpone this until fal and weather permitting will hole the ceremonial at the Boy Scoui camp on ' Saturday, Sept. 27 svhich will be the last class «tf the fiscal year which ends Sept 30. Petitions for the class for Wednesday evening will be received at Franklin Temple through Monday, June 9. A group of nine officers and members and their advisor, Uncle Ed Juttemeyer attended a dinner meeting of DeMolay chapter in District 7, Columbia, Wednesday. District 7 track meet is to be at Collinsville June 22, and district Softball tournament at East St. Louis Sunday. 111. Grand Chapter of the Order of DeMolay will conduct a week's camping season, Aug. 10-17 at Lake Bloomington. Election of officers for the coming year for the Grand Chapter will be held. Robert Bull, chaplain of Alton chapter will be a candidate for one of the state counselors. Read Telegraph Want Ads Power steering is the greatest motoring advance since the eelf'Starter . . . lets you park in the tightest squeeze with no effort at all! Makes steering 4 times easier, safer in rut* and snow. It's the new effortless, safe way of steering . . , another Chrysler first! Stop in or phone your nearby Chrysler-Plymouth dealer, He'll be glad to demonstrate the wonderful new Chrysler At your convenience. DRIVE A REXROAT MOTORS, IN. f. Iroidwiy, Alton STUART MOTOR 00. I Ferguson, Wood River Woman Honored ForLongService Mr*, GenevleVe Berry at Kregge's 25 Ycirs Employ** and rriftnAfteftem of the Kreige store* Thursday night at Hotel Sirlttfavif hOJiertd Mr*, Geiwleve Berry, 401 Henry street, upon her completion of 25 years service \vith the Kresge Alton store, . \ . Widely-known, Mrs. Berry Is generally Addressed by friends as "Berry" or "Olnny." She Is the widow of Henry Berry* musician, and was with the Kresge Alton store when it was established in 1927. . Her service dates back to .Tuly 1, IS27, when she started as a clprk In the store's first location, 123 West Third street, and later con- tlrtued with the store when it- moved to Its present location at Third and Plasa streets. She began as clerk In electrical and household goods, was transferred to toilet articles and for more than 12 years has been "floor ndy," supervising' the clerks. She 'IBS served with five Alton store managers. H. M. Carter, present Kresge manager, last year /e- <*elved a 25-year award for service with the flrm.^ Included among th<? honors accorded Mrs. Berry, she was presented with a diamond service pin hy M. L. Kresge, Chicago district manager and nephew of S. S. Kresge, the founder. She also received a diamond dlnrteY ring (estimated at $500 value) from the store management and later Is to be given a trip to the Kresge home office In Detroit where she will be the guest of the personnel department for two daiys. A serv- Medora . -. Mf . «md Mr*. Lew it Jenkins and daughter*, Nthcy inU carl, WWt, rehmted ffeffl « vacation trip along tho Mew Enf« land coast. At Delhi, N.Y., they visited \vith Mr. and An. W4Hiam Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. Harold twdge and son returned to Chicago Wednesday after visiting for severe! days at the home of Mr. and Mrs, M. P. Dodge and Mrs. Ida Dodge. Walter Wheeler, Griffith, Ind, (s visiting at ihe home of his aunt, Mrs, Masa Elliott, white his par* enM tire ; in the south. Mrs. Lucy Zeek, who has been Ice citation was also presented to Mrs, Berry. ducats listed to attend the dinner, In 'addition to more than 60 local employes were M. L. Kresge and St, Louis stores supervisor, R. E, Selber. visiting her sister, Mrs. JfmTfc, Ryan, tot tlfc wtfiW, rttuwiffd to her home in Richmond, ln&, Thursday., Q\am Summeti eame home fram Peoria Wetfnerrday fdr a flw ««yi. He visited his sister, Miss fietty Sumweri, St. Lew's, Wednesday night. Mr. and Mr*. Franci* Colem Miss May Doyle, Miss Anna May Bowkdr, Mrs. Henry Harding, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd BowKer and tern- lly had a wiener roast at the "*" near carllnvill* Wedft6ida,y evening. The Rev. Harold Owens of Casey, III., visited Wednesday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Truman Bowker. Relatives here received word or the death of Alfred RoiHy at St. Louts, Wednesday, Funeral rites were Friday In St. Louis. He was an uncle of Mrs. Arthur Gwllllm, Mrs. E, T, Hunt, Miss Delia Glower, and H. L. Glower. EVERYDAY p R i; s c R i P i i o N s K R v i c F: Daily, 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. WE DO DELIVER. Sundays and Holidays, 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.-4 P.M. to 10 P.M. Sickness and accidents -nay coma at any time and wt art hert to serve you and your doctor morning, atternoon and evening. FOSTF;RS DRUG STORE SAVE riMB 8* ASKING YOUR DOCTOR TO PHONV US. IMMEDIATE; DELIVERY ON EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS Oawsort, gforfng Hilt, «a dinner guest Wednesday f Mr. and Mrs. Truman Palnf rou'v* PITTSBURGH WAUH|M • ATIN FINISH 1 tUBMR-LIKE TOUGHNESS 2 VELVET-LIKE SMOOTHNESS 3 SO EASY TO APPLY 4 SO EASY TO CLEAN lot thrifty, toting with this itnitttoftal «Aw, * RubbtritU S«tin Kniik ««iy to spply n'lrti b«.h follkr—dflM odot'tttt r«lr«.lifce fitillh hout. The tough ._. chip of tt»ifc~-*«a If ' ^jiMjfc'^j-^ b«idt»n«d «f*ia 9IS 14 y."^ FISCHER LUMBER COMPANY Em Alton, M. Dial 4-4371 •ROEBUCK AND CO Shop Sears Fashions Tonight 'til 9 p. m. ' ' - * it's time to plan vacation wardrobes... i<? sunshine show-offs! in Nu-Tone chambray • ' ? ; . . • . . - ' "aW .. ' Playtime separates. . . skillfully fashioned of Nu-Tone, Pepperell's new heavy-weight chambray, and frosted with white vermicelli embroidery. Choose your own combinations for mixing and matching from our smooth, bright collection. Blue, brown or gray. 10 to 18 *'$ <>¥>. , f "$) iit^y •tf <f '•/I % ', -f . v Gored, skirt, with bqck zipper. $398 Boned, strapless camisole. Pedal pushtn, $398 Halter, with adjustable itrapl. $249 Boy shorts, back zippered for perfect fit. $298 -highbrow fashions at lowbrow prices 1 summer cottons *559 Build up your summer wardrobe, but ktep your budget soft and sound. Sparkling little cotton $ in gll the latest styles,.. sleeveless and bolero dresses... scoop necklines, full skirts) Smartly trimmed with flowers, contrast piping, gay cutout effects- Mines' and junior sizes- playtime hats $|00 Cay way to kwp hair undercover, and unruly locks in place. Jaunty twill or denim, in stitched crew or peaked styles* perfect for vacation wear, White, navy, blge denim, maize or red. AI TAN *°* PIASA AM UN Phont*MU

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