Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 24, 1956 · Page 15
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WE DNESDAY, OCTOBER 24,1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f»AGE FIFTEEN fo Be Friday Godfrey School Carnival To Feature Games, Food GODFREY — 'Preparations urt-e almost complete today for tlir> Godfrey Srhrx>l Carnivnl which will open Friday 5 p. m. A supper, Ramps, movies, country storr and an auction will highlight what is pxpprted 1n ho four hours of fun for the chil- dvn, their families and friends in thp multi-purpose room of the school, i Some of the games will include, dart?, rin^ toss, Indian in ike up. fish pond, bean haq, k-your-porket. The piek-your i'ket K'Tiie permits anyone to •!; the pocket of a r arnica I , , 'imiitte einrmber for a prize. 'I in ffstne is fonlined to only one IMI mlirr, however. I'npeorn, soda and irn oroam ,1 mils will lie in operation. MIMHI fit the supper will include "hot (lews, yip-yip, cole sl;uv, potato salad, hakcfl brans, potato i-lvps, pie, cake, coflei S* Roxana Pack Meets Thursday Kane Club Carnival Saturday pi pi KAMv- Members of the P.ar.d Mothers Club will ruive s. Carnival Saturday at 7:.'!0 p. m. at tlio school. King candidates are Dennis Mourning, David Worley. SOUTH ROXANA — Oibs of i One Torld and Ronnie Guilan- Pack 2."i will have a park mret-|der: queen candidate's are Linda ing at 7:30 p.m. Thin-sday at | U'hitloc.k. Carlolta Sleinaeher, ! Central School. j .Toyee. Swearinger find Barbara Postpone Meeting illennekcn. There will be games SOUTH UOXANA — The Night! and Circle of tho Women's Missionary] Union of the First Baptist Chwc.h I has postponed .1 ineelinc schcd- luled fnr Thursday because of thf ! revival with Evangelic) K. Cai-l- ylc S'-olt, which begins tonight at 7:MO. I'aptist Sprvlr cs SOUTH ROXANA — John Heard of Lake Tex., will speak at and milk [.Southern BnptiM. Chin The RPV. Jackson, the First h at 7:311 8 o'clock an auction will i P.m. today, according to the pas!>.? held to iiitd sell unsold items. Mr. Tom Mulqueeny arc lor. the Hcv. Cvril Adams. AGAIN WE HAVE ROSES 75c Dozen and Up Rexroat Flower Market .'601 fc. Bdvi}. Dml 2-74X9 Opnn tvpnlnK* Till 9 il chairman Proceeds will he school children. of thp event. '. used for the Other Maternity Wear $8.95 Up We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps KATHERINE-K CORSET SHOP (OVER GRANT'S) 505 \V. 3rd St. — Room S07 MRS. ETNA CAROTHERS (Owner) Knur \titr* RANK — Mr;'. Hayden Stone and son. .Timmic, of Granite City, visited Sunday with Mrs. Lix/if Darr. Mi\ and ;Mrs. Winfrerl Bauch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rue. and Mrs. Frank Greene visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Grei>nr» rtt pptPr.sburc. Mr. and Mi*. W. P. Witt and childrrn ol .Icr.-eyville wei-p Sunday ilinnfr Kindts of Mr?. Witt's : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carl— - ' ton. Mummification in Ugypt oriR-i The L\dia Guild Missionary inally offruu-cd n a I u r a 1 i y . oir< If of Baptist Church will through the drying action of > m ,. 0 t, at thf home of Mrs. U". R. sand and air, according to the'Jones.. Thursday evening. Kncycloporiia Britannica. i Mr. and Mrs. John Kuimerick """ vi > -i\f'il in l i ",ast St. Ix>uis Sunday with their son, Jack Emmerick. I anrl his family. i Mi. and Mii. Hay Reynolds and Jimtnie Hurley of Alton, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Ro>«. ReynoUis. Mr. and .Mis. Leo O/bun and Mr. and Mis. A. A. Abbott returned home Monday from Tecumseh, Mo., where they spent the past tlu'ce weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Glev Steward of Oneida and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Atchison wer? Sunday dinner guasts of Mr, and Mrs. Russell Atchison. Mrs. Oman Vandersand received woi d Monday of the death of her cousin, Waiter Sperry of Tarzana. Calif., formerly of Kane He is survived by his widow, the. Jorrner Miss Harriett Feller of Kane, a son, Chalmer Sperry. Those from Kane who attended a dinner Tuesday at Jersey Township High School, given by the board of education for Unit 1UO teachers, were C. C. Gary, Wilbur Cook. Warren Greene, Rogert Dougherty. Frank Freesmeyer, Glen Eikleberry and their wives Asbury Walk, Miss Louise Cory pnd Miss Almeda Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Dual Crawford had as Sunday dinner guests, James Mackinsen, and Miss Helen Corkin of Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutchens and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Milnes returned Monday from a trip through Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. In Albuquerque they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Davis. BRIGHTON — Sunday morning during I he worship hour at the Preshytrrian Church, Einil C. Franz was honored by the elders and members for his service as a deacon for fifty years. \Villiam C. Thyer paid triimk in Mr. Franz and presented him with a gift from the church. California OurM* BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McFaflden. Anna and Susan Cassmannsheuscn from Napa, Cal. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roschkc and little son. Steven. St. Louis were Sunday and Monday gup.sis of I Mr. ar.d Mr<. William LucUer. Sr. Sunday evening thc-y were all dinner «;uesi..s of Mr. and Mrs. I Willi'.un Lncker. Jr. Also as their j gues's v.'erc Mr. and Mrs. Albert A BKLFKY UNDER CONSTRUCTION" in thn Twins Memorial Clnirch soon j 0(? rtel. Mr. and Mrs. William Oer- will rinjj for Sunday xvorshippiM's. L. A. Foster and William Ilapt-r arc putting | lr |, M r. and Mrs. Alvin LucUer and sides around Ilic Iicll, \vliioh caniR from lite vicinily of -Icrseyvillf. The boll was ! children. David. John, and Jim. j made, in Hillsboro, Oliio, and a date, 188 >. is cast in it.—Staff Photo. Emit C. Franz Brighton BriglitonChtircliHoiiorsMaii plans Service Who Was Deacon 50 Years p or Friday BRIGHTON — The Woman's Society of Christian Service of St. Paul's Methodist Church are ob- Raymond Roe and family. Robert Maxey of Freeport, III.. is a giiest this week at the Ralph Haycrsft farm. EilwanJ Jfartsliorne To sai Olin Division serving the "Week of Prayer and .Self Denial", Oct. 25 through Oct. 31. On Friday at 2 p.m. a special service is planned in observance of "The Quiet Day". . There will be a program given Edward Hartshorns has been fay moml)ers of tho socio ty and named general manacer of thej Nuclear Fuel Division of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp.. It was announced today by F. S. Elfred. executive vice president. He will report to M. F. Meissner. i also special music. At this service a silver offering will be taken to help with mission A S«i) witfe Two Ways Abwrt It! 5 17" Ttx fint »»». of course, be »« w«r »11 three pieces toeelhtr u »r rn- wrmble »nd swoona, wllh Ihe cn»o cotton blounc ** an extra (ickft. A ruu declfned tn crease-resvtdnt rajron flannel (Kat »tiow« off lU crisp tailoring to perfection >nrt (*Jturei a patented cut-out skirt. Ught Grry or Ijfht Tan combination*. SUei B-16. Eld red Legion Plans Partv «• For Oct. 31 ; KLDRKD — A Hal'oueen party and ma>'qu"fjfde. spnrisored by the, AmTiran LpL'ion and Auxiliary', j will br lie'd in thr-ir hall here: at i 7:!:0 p.m. Oe.;, ;'.1. All children and* , parents of the community may • participate. Prizes for the cos- i tumps will be awarded. ! Kldrrd Note:* ELDRED — Mr. and • Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr. and Mrs Luther Smith and family. Mrs. Oanie Wiles and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wiles attended the wedding Saturday night of Paul Aderton, Jr., and Miss Dixie Surgeon, at the Presbyterian Church in Hardin. Miss Betty and Miss Jean Banghart of St. Lou;s were guests over the weekend of .Miss Martha B. Smith. Mrs. lone Sevier oJ Hamburg, Glub at Kane Hears Jurist mother of Mrs. Edwin Schwallen- i sleeker, undenven; major surgery at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrol iton. Tuesda.v. II. D. GUTHRIE Shell Transfers H. D. Guthrie H. D. Guthrie, 3500 Bloomer, Alton, will Vietransferred from Shell Oil Co.'s Wood River refinery to its head office in New York City effective Nov. 1, ac- KANE — The Uomen's met Monday at tn.e Baptist Church, will) J.Irs. Wayne Wheeler, Mrs-. Glen Woriey, Miss Mary and Miss Nettie Fenity and Mrs. Clcve Tirn- [>'.] as hostfssts. Tlir> prosram was on "Hornr- and Cfmimuniiy." witn Cnunly Judge J,ick AJieid, A< i speaker. | / : One Birth Listed i For Ed wards ville EDWARDSVJLLE — One bir'h was recorded at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and one patient was dismissed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McQuinn of 507 N. Kansas St., are the parents o' an 8 pound baby boy born at 11:35 a.m. Tuesday. Dismissed was Stephen Collins of Grand avenue. i and little Susan Boll. "'. Hrighlon .Note* ' BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. i Walter Franz of St. Louis spent ; S u n d a y m Brighton visiting friends. Mrs. JacU Rains and Mrs. Ralph llaycraft .spent \\ednosd.'i\. Thurs- Club, day and Friday of last we°k visiting in Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. work in Burma, Philippines, Sarawak. Sumatra and home missions a corporate vice president who!' 11 United Stales. is in rharge of the division. The Nuclear Fuel Division, located in New Haven, produces; nuclear fuel elements and nuclear reactor corns. Hurtshome resided in the Alj ton area Ifl.'ifi-riO. His wife is the ', former Miss Irene Giberaon, AJ-; ton attorney. Child prodigy singer Trudy Richards retired from a success! ful professional career' at the I aqe of 13 ... to go bank to school. Chicken Supper and Bazaar West Alton Community ( liurcli THURSDAY, OCT. 25 Seiving j:'M Till 8. Adulti *l.ao. Children under K oiic Fish Pond tor Kiddies. Itching Torture PROMPTLY RELIEVED A doctor's formula—soothing antiseptic Zemo—promptly relieves thi Itching, burning of Skin RaShes. Eczema, Psoriasis, Ringworm and AthJete's Foot. Zemo stops scratching and so aids heal-l tag o! irritated f L FALL ^ PERMANENT No Appointment Necessary Beauty Sabn Chain 116 E. Main Phone 4-0332 E, Alton PERMANENT WAVES * S 7.95 * S 5.95 * S 3.95 ShamDoo and Set . . $1.00 Hair Cut $1-00 Open Thursday and Friday 'til 9 • cording to an announcement by Superintendent - Operations G. C. Cunningham. Guthrie, assistant department Word was received here Tuc-s- j manager — catalytic cracking, Mrs. Walter Hausman returned to Dorsey Monday after a visit with Mrs. Neil Atchison and day of the death o{ Mrs. T. A. Richey, of Oquawka. She was a former resident of Calhoun Coun| ty. Her two daughters, Mrs. Wil- j liarn \Vinkler and Mrs. Sylvester i Becker, now o* Alton, are former i F.idred residents with whom Mrs. i Richey frequently visited. | Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Ambrose ! of Alton were Sunday visitors of ! Mr. and Mrs. .Elmer Coonrod. Godfrey Girl Troop Meets at North Junior GODFREY — Girl Scout Troop 5 met Tuesday night at North Reducing will be succeeded by P. C. Brad- j ford, group leader in the technological department. Guthrie came to Wood River as a tech- nogolist in November, 1952. He worked here as a senior technologist in lube oils and as assistant department manager — gas, prior to this transfer. Since moving to the Alton area in 1952, Guthrie has been active in church affairs. He and his wife are members of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Wood River. His wife, the former Anne Han-is of Old Hickory, Tenn., is the Sunday school superintendent at St. Gabriel's. The Guthrics have three chil- Weight? Junior High School. | Plans were discussed for the j dren, Katherine, 6, Gretchen, 4, 'nursery project which members; and Melissa, 1. are conducting at Godfrey Con-1 He has also been active in the gregauona) Church. ' American Institute of Chemical Girl Scouts were in charge of • Engineers since coming to this the nursery during sen-ices the \ area. He is a member of the past Sunday and will be in I national organization, a St. Louis charge for the next three Sun- area vocational .guidance repre- You still need Complete Protein ... and a pleasant at every meal is to have \lproteinBmd days. sentative and a vice chairman in charge of program for the at Carrollton with Mrs. Ethel j Alton-Wood River area. Flamrn. I ^ . Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Varble i The population of Argentina and children, and Mr. and Mrs. j grew from 9,996.467 in 1914 to Lee P. Witt were Sunday dinner guests of Airs. Varble's and Witt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Witt, of Jerseyville. 18,928,536 in 1954. There are about seven million farm dwellings in the United States. UCENSiO BY WISCONSIN ALUMNI RESEARCH FOUNDATION RICH in compl«tt protein: fike the protein in mmt and milk. Two average slice* per meal giro you nearly one* fourth (22%) of the adult daily protein need! LEAN in calories: two average slices per meal only amount to about 350 calories per day. That'll only a fifth of the calorie allowance for a reducing diet) Bread » • food naturaUy lean in calorie*—but none ia leaner in cakriea than V» Protein Bread. PARTICULARLY RICH in Vitamin BlJ-th« "key" to efficient we o/ protein for body-cell renewing. Two •iicei per meal provide 60 to 90% of your Bit dAfly need*, according to present knowledge. BIG DISCOUNTS! BIG SAVINGS! BIG VALUES! OF SEWING MACHINES Thurs., Fri., Sat,, Oct. 25, 26, 27 PRICES REDUCED UP TO 40%' Ml W VIWWWWI1IWI HIM I SALE! EASY TERMS Arranged A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Machine at these low Sale Prices! BRAND NEW CONSOLE MODELS "DOMESTIC" Was $189 "WHITE" Wa* $229 Now Only 1091 Mechanisms Now Only M84I "DOMESTIC" ! Desk. Wat $244 Now Only "DOMESTIC" Was $118 Now Only Portables As Well As Console Models 152! 791 are Perfect Some Cabinet:* Are Slightly Marred From Being On Hit, play SALE OF TRADE-IN CONSOLE MODELS Kenmore $79.50 60 S Singer Was $98.50 $ 72 New Home Was $69 55 Minnesota Was $59,50 MQ50 ; 49 1 ALL, SEWING MACHINES GUARANTEED PPNTRAI SEWING UCH I nHL SUPPLY c 14 W, Broadway co. Dial 2-5214 FREE PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS AT REAR OF STORE MOTIF FOR MODERNS... luftex' cfaaiv —handsomely nubbed texture in your rooms —smooth satin finish from the outside by KENNETH NOW ON Regular Value $7.95 Pair The duo-weave gives the appearance of custom lining In self colors ... there's no "wrong side" with Duplex Draperies. For the first time at so modest a cost, Ready Made Draperies from the Decorators' color chart in luxury textured fabric. Pair SEE NEW SHADES OF: Turquoise, Charcoal, Clay Gold, White, Rose or Brown 90" Long — Ready to Hang 1 Kirsch Extension Traverse Rods PALO NEW WASHABLE PINCH-PLEATED CASEMENT DRAPERIES 28" 1o 48" Wide $2.25 each 48" to 86" Wide 53.45 each 68" to 120" Wide $4.45 each 84" to 150" Wide $5.25 each For extra heavy draperies see the new 'Superfine" Klrscli Hods at slightly higher prices. Special fixture* available on special orders, See the Complete "KIRSCH" Line at Jacoby's! EXCITING LUXURY - TEXTURED Spun RAYON NUBBY WEAVF (.uxury for all your windows at these modest prices ., . in decorator tones of: Turquoise, Geld, Beige, Pink, Brown and White. Regular Value $7.95 — NOW '5' 5 pair JACOBY'S GIFTS AND DRAPERIES 627*633 East Broadway Duality Home Furnishing! Sine* 1883 Alton, Illinois

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