Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 22, 1956 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 22, 1956
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section Pages 1330 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1956. 5c Per Copy Member of the Associated Press Bethel Church Class Has Party MEDORA — The Junior high class of Bethel Baptist Church had a Halloween party Friday SLEEP TONIGHT WITHOUT PAINS OP ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM or Your Money Back! Take PRUVO Tnblet? ns directed to- dn.v Prove to yourself there in no better non-nnrcotlc relief from Arth- ritlc-RhoumntJc muscular aches and pain attacks . . . and at half the usual cost. Double action PRUVO Tablet* give prompt relief from pain attacks . . . supplies Vitamin C, so essential to the health and elasticity of connecting tluuei In the joints and body. Use '/> the tablet* in $1.30 bottle . . . If not satisfied with result*, return balance to PRUVO for money back. PRUVO Is to safe, too . . to why not join the thousand* living a more comfortable life, thanks to PRUVO. In case of severe pain, see your doctor. Save money on PHUVO by buying 225 tablet Clinical size at S4.00, or 430 tablet Hospital size at $7.SO. Now — nil 111) Tsblrt Dottle On H»lt — Only JS.1R »1 THRIFT!' DRt'G STORKS night In the church basement. The young people came masked. Refreshments were served. Sponsors were Mrs. Qilliam Carroll, Mrs. Lester Gross and Mrs. Byron Ruyle. Sells Property MEDORA -» The Freab Wise property on North Main Street has been sold to Ray Baker Of Chesterfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Brooks, present occupants, are moving to a tenant house on the Herschel Fritz farm in the Bethel vicinity, where Brooks is employed, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton and family are to reside in the property. UNA Dinner MEDORA — Members of Arb or Vitae Camp of the Royal Neighbors lodge will have their annual chicken dinner Thursday at the home of Mrs. D. A. Plogger. Gospel Mission MEDORA — A gospel mission opened Sunday in Medora in the Mrs. Nellie Warner building, with services being conducted at l:3p.p. m. Revival .services are held daily at 7 p. m. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 11 Part of your gift helps youth Netvs of Members In Armed Forces WILLIAM EDWARD KOENIG. 21, son of Charles A. Koenig of Dow, h;is romploiod (he initial phase of his aviation cadet training program and has graduated from pre-flight school, Lackland A KB. San Antonio, Tex. duty, July 20. He is now serving in Puerto Rico, where he expects to be stationed until September, 1957, at which time ho expects to return to the United States for schooling at Great Lakes Naval Training. Jenkins, 22 Curvey St., Godfrey, qualified for specialized technical training on completion of basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and has been assigned to the 3750th Technical Training Wing, Sheppard AFB, Tex. Your Local Community Chest Supports 10 Local Agencies • YWCA • BOY SCOUTS • YMCA • SALVATION ARMY • GIRL SCOUTS • CATHOLIC CHARITIES • HILLCREST CENTER • WOOD RIVER SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL • ILL. CHILDREN'S HOME AND AID SOCIETY • FAMILY SERVICE & VISITING NURSE ASS'N. PFC. LESLIE K E N N E T H MYERS JR., .son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie K. Myers Sr.. 913 Rixon St., who first enlisted in the United Slates Marine Corps, May 28. lftS-4. re-enlisteii lor six more year's More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here I: * pleasant way to overcome • loo» plate discomfort. FASTEETH, I «n improved powder, sprinkled on j upper aud lower plates holds them nrmer so thai they Jeel more com- I fortable. No Rummy, gooey, pasty ! taste or feeling. It's alkiUInc (non- i •eld). Dots not sour. Checks "plate, I odor" (denture breath). Get FAS-1 TEETH tod»T at any drug counUr ' JERRY J. FUDURICIf. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fudurich of 140 Eula, Wood River, who enlisted July 26 in the USAF. is at Parks AFB for basic training. i>* , 1 JAMES HOWARD JENKINS, ]S, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. JET Furniture Exchange 1724 K. Broadway. Dial S-5441 Invites you to attend • rummage tale held b>" Bethalto Methodist Church October 26 and 27. Surprisingly Low Prices on Used Furniture JOHN MICHAEL FRERICHS, 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Frerichs. 1416 Central Ave.. has completed the first phase of military training ai. Lackland AFB, San Antonio. Texas., and qualified for specialized technical training. He has been assigned to 3750 th Technical Training Wing, Sheppard AFB, Tex. MAKE YOUR GIFT BIG ENOUGH TO COUNT GIVE GENEROUSLY To Help Makt Hie Goal of $257,000 A 1SH% Increa*« Over Tjut Tear's Goal. AIRLINES NEED Men *nd women. 17-39. married or single to prepare for well-paid position!,. City SUte Education Phone Bug Phone GEORGE A. SCHMITTLIKG, is serving with Flight Xo. 339, squadron 3L'T7. group at Parks AFB, Calif. A former student at Ro.xana \ High School Sohmittling is the I son of Mrs. Marie Foster of 129 E. First St., Roxana. PVT. JOSEPH F. NATION, left Wednesday for Ft. Dix, N.J. where he will receive orders for overseas duty in Europe. He spent a \ 10-day leave with his wife. Mrs. i Lois Nation, and son. Joey, at their • home 131.1 E. Fifth St., en route •' from Ft. Riley. Kan. to Ft. Dix. Pvt. Nation was graduated from ! food service school at Ft. Riley, Kan. | PVT. EDWARD F. STUBBLE! FIELD, son of Mr. and Mrs; Frank i Stubblefield, Brighton, recently j was graduated from the Army's European Engineer School in Murnau, Germany. Stubblefield ''completed the school's demolitions, mines and booby traps course. The fivp- week course trained officers and enlisted men in laying and i removing mines and booby traps and firing demolition charges on roads and bridges. The 20-year- old soldier attended Blackburn College, Carlinville, before entering the Army in January 1936. He received basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C., and arrived in Europe last June. FIRST LT. E. CLYDE PARKER, husband of Mrs. Martha Nodman, Peoria, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert C. Parker, Edwardsville, was one of the recent honor students, graduating from the Aircraft Maintenance Officer course 1 , in October. Before entering the Air Force in November. 19/V1. Lt. Parker was graduated from Bradley University in Peoria. PVT. JAMES E. MEISENHEIMER. son of Eugene P. Meiscnheimer, 2132 Norside Dr., recently 'qualified as expert in firing the M-l rifle at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Meisenheimer is a 1955 graduate of Alton High School and entered the Army last August. His mother, Mrs. Virginia L. Kassing, lives at 3715 Franor Ave. PVT. JAMES E. DRAINER. 21. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Drainer, 218 E. Jennings. Wood River, recently participated in a field training exercise with the llth Airborne Division in Germany. Draner, a clerk in Service Battery of the division's 89th Airborne Field Artillery Battalion, entered the Army in August 1954 and arrived overseas last March. PVT. WILLIAM R. HARLOW, son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Harlow, 2123 Holland, Alton, recently was graduated from the plumbers course at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. The 19-year-old soldier entered the Army last August and completed basic training at Fort Lewis, Wash. He is a 1955 graduate of. Alton High School. PVT. ALDEN W. COLSTON', 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A! Colston, Rt. 1, recently began six months of active duty training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., under the Reserve Forces Act. Coltson is '' receiving eight weeks of basic, combat training, which will be ! followed by advanced individual \ and unit training. Men volunteer- • ing fof tiie six-month tour of active ' duty are permitted to finish their military, obligation in local Army Reserve or National Guard units. Colston is a 1956 graduate of Alton High School and a former employe of Colston's Fixture & Supply Co. CHARLES D. KELLER, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar D. Keller of 2231 Gesche St., is serving aboard the destroyer USS Wiltsie in the Far East. The Wiltsie, flagship of Destroyer Squadron 11, participated in shore bombardments of enemy positions on.,the North Korean coast during the Korean; conflict. LT. CDR. HAROLD BOSWELL, supply corps, USN, was one of 24 naval supply officers who completed a recent two- Shipman Church Organ To Be Dedicated Oct. 28 SHIPMAN _ The organ of the Shipman Methodist Church will be dedicated Sunday, Oct. 28, at 2:30 p.m. A guest organist and soloist will he featured on the program. After the dedication thprp will ho an open house and ton will bo servvd. Dr. K. M. Dvcus. superintendent of Kast St. Louis District, will officiate. Tho orqnn was giv- on to the church by the Christian Aiders of Shipman. The Rev CraiR R. Dillnian is pastor of the church. The church will begin a revival Nov. 12 as part of the "Tell America About Christ" soul crusade which is sponsored by the Kast St. Louis District. The evangelist will be (ho Rev. Jack \Vil- hitp. pastor, Methodist Church. Bornic, Mo. Lithium is a metal which, in its put-p state, will float on water briefly until it vanishes in a rhemi'-al reaction with '.In. 1 water. week seminar at the Navy's bureau of supplies and accounts at Washington, D.C. Cdr. Boswell is the son of Mrs. Ella M. Boswell of Rt. 2, Godfrey, and husband of the former Miss Dorothy \V. McCormack of Belmont. Mass. The seminar concerned latest Navy developments, plans, policies, and procedures in the fields of financial management, procurement, stock control and afloat supply. He is presently stationed at the Naval Supply Center, Norfolk, Va. Before entering the service, Lt. Cdr. Boswell attended Southeast Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and received hit. bachelor of science degree from the U. S. Naval Academy in Annapolis,. Md. Hen-to-You Thru Automatic Refrigerated Vendor Located at BETHALTO Shell Service Rt. 140 • Serviced daily to assure freshness. Open 24 hrs. 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