Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 24, 1956 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 24, 1956
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24,1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Fidelity Fidelity Noic* FIDELITY — The monthly fellowship birthday supper will be held Friday night in the basement of the Baptist Church. Mr. ftnd Mrs. Harold Herring and Miss Vera Brannon have moved from Jerseyville to the property of Mrs. Muriel Dicker-man. Mrs. Carl Stahaleber of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Helen Marbs of Ferguson, Mo., visited the last of the week with Mr. and Mrs. George Bell. Miss Mildred Rodell of Alton spent the latter part of the week Vfith her mother, Mrs. Anna Rodell. Collector's ilcm: The Rev. J. Edwin Jarhoc in La Verne, Calif., has a collection of 20,580 pencils gathered in the U. S. and foreign countries. Open Friday and Monday Till 9 P. M, HANDCRAFTED MOCCASINS V»mp Kirkcr. In bUri — Style • TbeyV Eght, trim, .' French Shnner bcnkk them vitb painstaking tatn, even to COOK JBD aod eajoy their couifort today. MEN'S STORE U L BROADWAY — ALTON, ILL • VIC SCHWARTZ, Owner • CARL BERLIN, Tailor 3 Jerseyans Report For Induction JERSEYVILLE.. — A contingent from Jersey County reported for induction into military service under the Selection Service Act Tuesday. In Ihe group were Robert Murlin Brinkman. Jerseyville; Norman Welmont Hoyt, Dow; Raymond Darrel Taylor. Jerseyville. W ; illiam Herschel Gunterman of Jerseyville. another registrant scheduled to report with the group, was transferred to Los Angeles. Calif. Four registrants also reported for physical examination from Jersey County Tuesday. Scout Wiener Koa*( JERSEYVILLE — The Girl Scouts of Troop 4 had a wiener roast and hay-ride Thursday eve- Esther Class At Medova Stages Halloween Party MEDORA — Esther Class of the Methodist Church met Monday evening in the church basement for a Halloween party 1o • which the younger women's class j was invited. Most of the guests camp masked and prizes worn i auardfd . : Rotrpshmenls were served by the hostesses. Mrs. (jeovge \Vilton. Mrs. Russell Lovvis, and :Mrs. F. J. Hunt. A business ineetine of the rlass i was conducted with Mrs. Ina French presiding. Devotions were by Mrs. L. C. Dougherty. 'Games were In charge of Mrs. See Rexroat's for Flowers During Notional Rower Week Oct. 28 thru Nov. 3 Rexroat Rower Market 5*01 K. KroidHUT Dial •>-',t« Oprn Evenlnti «nd Sundir nine at the Clarence Brooks farm. Tho>e who attended wore Ruby Arnold, Sally Bcauchamp. Janice Bui-rows. Linda Crawford. Ruby I Cope, Mildred Cope. Amanda Gray, Rena Price, Donna Jo Shane, Treva Slover, Trudy Thomas. Vicki Wilson. Betty Williams. Judy Stone. Sandra Russell, Debi hie Gray. Mrs. Robert Gray. Mrs. ' Claude Cope, Mrs. Herschel Russell. Mrs. Paul Stone. Greg and Janet Slone. Mr. and Mrs. George Shane and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence i Brooks, Judy Brooks and Robert Brooks. FOR OVER 3D VEAKS Got Problems? Eyes Exnmined Glasses Kitted Optical Repairs strain? Eyesight? Bifocal Comfort? Frame Comtort? Style Selection? Industrial GLASSES CAN BE BEAUTIFUL STYLISH — COMFORTABLE Open Evenings lot Your Convenience EVENINGS 5:30 to » f. M. AtTKltNOONS I* to 6 SATURDAY MOKMVO 9 to I OVLY DR. R, W. BRINSER OPTOMETRIST, 22 E. BROADWAY ALTON. ILL \\. E. Cline, Mrs. L. C. Dougherty, Mrs. Ina: French and Mrs. George Wilton. Others present were: Mrs. S. L. Kell, Mrs. W. D. Oilworth, Mrs. Charles Baker. Mrs. Fred I Downs, Mrs. A. I-;. Fmeli, Mrs.' Mr.urice Wilson. Mrs. P. II. San- : rlers. Miss Anita Cliism. Mrs. Ralph Chandler, Mrs. Earl Grif-j tith. Mrs. Elslon Gatfney. Mrs.! Edmond Barlow, Mrs. T. T. Ed-! dleman and Mrs. Robrri I)o;i|ey.! Adviser lii*ti.llr(! MEDOHA The Mcrlora As-' swnhly of the Order of Rainl>ow| ior Girls met Monday (.-veiling in ; the Mnsotiic ilall. Mrs. Norma Milner Was installed as mother adviser, .succeeding Mrs. Thelma Young, who resigned. Fourteen girls were present. Mrs. Ruth Sarginson was in charge ol the meeting. Returns From Hospital A1EDORA ~ Mrs. Ethel Brown, who underwent surgery in Carlinvillc Area Hospital a week ago, has been brought to the home oC her granddaughter. Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, where she is convalescing. Home from Vacation MEDORA-Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Eddleman returned homo Monday night from a vacation trip. They visited relatives in Missouri, then went to Hot Springs. Ark., returning by way of Dongola, 111., where they were guests of rolat'vps. Halloween Parties MEDORA—The leaders of the Sunbeams of the Baptist Church are having a Halloween party Friday after sclKjol for the children. The Junior BYF group of the Bethel Baptist Church are having a Halloween parly Friday evening at the church basement. Medora News MEriORA—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett, Alton, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bennett and son, Greenfield, were visitors in the evening. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pearce, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strunk and family and Misses Huldah and Clara Priesmeyer, St. Louis, were weekend guests of Mrs. Pauline Strunk and Mrs. Joe Strunk. Mrs. Eunice Franke spent the weekend in Alton with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Franke. Mrs. Bessie ~>avis. St. Louis, visited SatuM?-> with her grandmother, Mrs. Bess Carter. Mr. and Mrs, I.yovd Gourlny, Rondhousf, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Roy Wbitcd. Mr. and Mr.;. Robert' f'.olikc had as Sunday dinner guests Mr«. Lola Harris and fami'y, Fosterhnrg, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Vaughn and family and David Golike. Bunker Hill. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Bob/tin. Shipman, were callers Monday .•it. the home ol Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Engle- rnan. East Alton, and his mother, Mrs. A. EncflPman, and James Lynch Wood River, wore guests Sunday nflrrnoon of Mrs. J. L. Tnbn,. Mr. nnrl Mis. L. G. Robinson and Mrs. Nelsfn Robinson and daughter, Pats\, wcic in Alton Tuesday. Mrs. N'elle Warner and Mrs. Ina Frctv-h .spent the weekend in Jprseyvillc, Mrs. Warner with her daughter. Mrs. Gcoree Eml>- lev. and Mrs. Eirnch with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Sunderland. | Mrs. Charlotte Kemper, Mrs, [ William Kemper and Mrs. Ina i French were in Carlinville. Tties- \ flay. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wood and j son. Shipinat/. visited Monday i eveninp with Mr. and Mrs. Hen- j ry Frickpr. ' Enslnnd successfully the secret of casting cruclbl* steel, a process discovered by an English watchmaker about 17-10, for 60 yt'Bis. The. F-101 Voodoo of the U.S. ; Air Forcf' is \\ir- most po\vp|-(ul fighter aiiplntie in the world. Pic as a World War 2 homber. it: has a spread of over 1.100 miles per hour. M.VF.K BtroRF. I CAl* toll fJir.Vt.irV — ni«lr!rt M*nx*»r — f'.rtat^t rtnn *vpr offered. O*TW- pM<< Bnyrr InfrrMt lit «nr*. r,f»«* waiting'to plan. otttrt «*m- blnM Mnn M«-mh»r*Mp, Imotanrf, Clnh Srrvlcf. Savlnr PUB With r.iurnntfrd ffttirn«. Mh. ram. «>lii» alt. homn. TfMfrt nlan. *nre h«n*- ftti. .Act Irirta-v. n-rltf nr phnn* Mr. .larksnn. < alnmM 3-vmit. HOB Si». Mlrhlran. rhlr»i«. rn. Roly Poly Test proves TCP makes rough engines smooth Rough Engine Run for icvtral thousand milci on a competitive premium grade gasoline, thil engine is being accelerated on a chasM» dynamometer. Deposits which are causing spark plug "miss" make the engine to rough that the toy figure on the air cleintr slukes violently. Roughness cause* power loss. Smooth Engine N'ow here's the same engine after being driven on a few tankfuls of Shell Premium Gasoline with TCP. When gi\cn full throttle, the toy figure is motionless. TCP additive has neutralized the deposits. The engine is smooth—power is testored. ...and the smoother your engine runs the more power you get! \Mien harmful deposits make your engine tough, you're losing power you paid lor. These de-posits short-circuit spark plugs and pre-h're gasoline—both major causes of power loss in today's cars, Laboratory and road tests prove that TCP additive in Shell Premium Gasoline ends roughness by neutralizing the deposits that cause it. Spark plug "miss" is stopped. Pre-firing is stopped. Your engine—like the one in the picture at the right (above)—delivers its power smoothly. You actually regain lost horsepower. Once again you are getting the kind of performance modern cars are built to deliver. To re-power your car, see your Shell Dealer today. Switch to Shell Premium with TCP and Jeel the difference. •Shell's trademark for this unimie gasoline additive developed by Shell Koeitieh. Patent applied lot. The Octane-Rich Gasoline The Gasoline with TCP The Most Powerful Gasoline Your Car Can Use! PREMIUM Don't Be Caught By A Sudden Freeze! Sears Auto Parts Department From coder pin« to rom- plntp engines, you'll find <he parts you want at Spurs! Be Ready For Winter! Buy Now! 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Save money with Sears low price, (jual- ity unexcelled by any other car oil. 1st Line 1st Quality 18 Month Guarantee ALLSTATE CUSHIONS Regular No Trade-In Price ea. 22.45* In Sets of 4 each . 670x15 in gets of i *Plus Fed. Tax and Your Old Tires • 18-Month Nation-Wide Service Car Guarantee • Bonded Rayon Cord withstands bruises • "Cut Skid" Tread for greater traction • Quality and performance proven ... in th« factory and on our test fleet Sears Winter Driving Safti-Caps ALLSTATE METROPOLITANS As Low As... Kit. in prs. (1.70x15 »i/« I'lus Tux • Full 12-month guarantee—nation wide • Completely, expertly retreaded from sldawall to sidewall • Extra traction, silent running Metropolitans SI ZK 6.70-15 7.10*15 7.60-15 Kegulur No Truilo-ln I'rk'tf Ku., Hut. Tu\ Siile I'rlre S Tire* riui Tux 14.?5 |~ 23.76 "~ 1S.9S 16.95 27.76 31.76 Down 1'aynifiit 3.00 3.00 4.00 mwtey fac&* SEARS ALTON STORK HOWRSI Moil, * Frl. » to t PftJ* 11? t

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