Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 9
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, ALTOiN EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NiN« Halloween Party Friday Jersey Boys and Girls Club Names Officers, Plans Events JERSEYVILLE — Directors of Jersey County Boys and Girls Club elected officers for the 195657 school year Monday afternoon in their Clubltpuse on Giddings ave. Mary Francis Brakeville of St. Francis School, Jerspyville, was fleeted president; Shirley Kania, Jerseyv;ille Elementary School, vice-president: Dicky Bowers, Jcr- seyville elementary, secretary; and Bob G'Sell, St. Francis School, treasurer. i Director! are; Judy Kay Powpl, Jimmy Mundy, Jerry Pruitt, Tommy Andes, Heide EgelhoU, Donna Shane, Vicki Wilson, Shirley Kania. Trudy Thomas, Dicky Bowers, Jerseyville Elementary School; Wayne Singleton and Brenda Dabhs, Otlerville' School; Charles Darr, Mary Jean Brierman, Holy Ghost Parochial School; Mary Frances Brakeville and Robert G'Sell of SI. Francis Pa-| rnchia] School. Plans for future activities were discussed at the meeting. The first social event will bo a Halloween party Friday evening. This will be an extra party and the next regular party will be Nov. 9. The club is sponsored by County Superintendent of Schools 0. A Wilson, and is open to students from all the county schools. WSCS Meets JERSEYVILLE — The "Week of Prayer and Self-Denial" was observed by the Woman's Society i of Christian Service of the Methodist Church Monday evening when a "sacrificial meal" was served prior to a regular meeting. Mrs. H. F. Henderson, president, was in charge of the business meeting which followed. Announcement was made of "World Community Day" on No\>. 2. This will be observed by services at the Methodist Church,; beginning with » potluck luncheon at 1 p.m. The committees for <he annual chicken pie dinner Nov. 8 reported. At th# meeting Monday Henry Price was in charge of devotionaJs and Mrs. Earl Dickey, program leader, spoke on "The Islands," giving a short sketch of each one with which the Methodist Church is concerning itself at this time, Th« hostess committee included Mr*, Nellie Dunham, chairman, Mrs. Frances DobrovelsW. Mrs. Helen Boner, Mrs. Lela Geisler,! Mr*. Gladys Miller, Mrs. Mar-j garet Summner and Mrs. Emma j Boyer. j die. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Breitweiser and Mr. and Mrs. James Wade, attended a Farm Supply Co. meeting at Jacksonville Tuesday. Sherrill E. Pirtle. Jerseyville. is a patient at the Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis where he submitted to surgery Tuesday. Mrs. William J. Lennen who has been a guest the past week at the home of Mrs. Wm. F. Hanley. returned Wednesday to her home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Legate of Alton are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 24 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby is the Notes MEDORA-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kitzmiller entertained with a birthday supper Sunday for (heir dau£hter-in-law, Mrs. Martin Kitzmillor. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gone Schaefer and Sally Jo Mr. arid Mrs. William Kemp- cr. Mrs. Charlotte Kempnr, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kitzmiller and daughter. Mr,s. George Quakenluish. Bihle Grove, and Mrs. Harlan Gould. Joliel, are^guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest. Quakenhush. On Sunday evpning Mrs. Qua ken- bush and her guests visited at Carlinvillc Floyd Rigsbey Area Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Warner and grandson, Billy Rice, Jer- scvville, and Mr. and Mrs. Gil- couple's first child and she weighed seven pounds It's ounces. JERSfiYVILLE — Stanley Stea- • gall, manager of Jersey County farm Supply Co., Mrs. Steagal), and the following salesmen and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Link, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wen- fashion flair wtfh a flair for comfort SAVE $2.00 rhythm stepS 3 S1A95 Black Calf JJrown Calf Blue Calf Black Suede Brown Suede Open Monday and Friday Nltei Till 9 P.M. Expert Shoe fitters Third mod State Si*. Dial S-7531 Portable SHOOCPROOF SAW ACCURATE SETTINGS FOR ANGLE CUTTING SAWGUARD PROTECTS YOU FROM INJURY USUAL EXCLUSIVE TRU-GUIDE Guarantees right-to-the-Une cutting VALUE * Cuts »p to 1%* depth * % HP Motor i^ Easily adjusted for cuts from 45° to 90* * Easy-to-reach trigger switch * 6-ft. 3-wire cord-U.L Listed LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY $ DOWN JOIN THE SAFE DRIVER LEAGUE IKS ! IN KUBUt l( B.EGoodrich FREE PARKING EAST OF STORE 440 E. BROADWAY DIAL 3-7754 bert Vancamp, Wood River, were Sunday gue:is of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Warne-. Mrs. W. W. Chism is at. the home of her brother, William Alberts, Sullivan, 111., while his wife is hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster and family, Gillespie, were supper guests Tuesday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freab Wise. Melvin Bridges and son, Melvin, spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Tucker. Mrs. Bridges is a pa- tient at the Jersey Community Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge and Mrs. Gus Orth were in St. Louis Tuesday. Mrs. Elsie Griffith spent Tuesday in Chesterfield with Miss Rulh Sawtell. Mrs. Sadie Masl-a accompanied Mrs. Kenneth Downs to Jer- sevville Tuesday. Liechtenstein, located between Austria and Switzerland, is an independent country of only (j5 square miles. Sole Savhij; Device MERIDEN, Conn, ff — Boys among 366 teen-agers attending a dance at the YMCA here were required to remove the metal heel plates from their shoes. "They may save shoe leath- Fast RELIEF for Dry Skin and Ectsma ttch Chafing — Simple Pile Misery Diaper Rash — Minor Burnt LubrtttUtt ot H Msdleotn RESINOL «""*»" IANOIIN er." explained one 'Y' official,! "but they do a lot of damage toi hardwood floors." Look in Friday and Salarddy'i ALTON TELEGRAPH for derails on . REFORMATION V SERVICE... SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28th Head Telegraph Wont Ads Daily Read Telegraph Want Ad» Dally BEST BUYS • for You/ • for the Family/ • for the Home/ DOWN SMARTEST STYLES! BIG VALUES! In Qualify Apparel and Foofwear for en, Women and Children. Charge EVERYTHING to ONE Account on the EASIESTTeims in Alton! NO MONEY Terms as low as $1 a week STOP IN FOR YOUR PIPING HOT FREE COFFEE FRIDAY Served Afternoon and Evening Until 9 See the full line demonstration of famoui Factory Representative will he at Gately's "— —— —— — — — The BEST Appliances Made ...TO GET THESE BlGELGINeUYS! STEAM-DRY IRONS I Steams long- 1 «r, lighter weight DOWN GO THE PRICES ON OUR BIG OVER-STOCK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! We're broke out with bargains! Because of the unseasonable weather we're loaded to the rafters with new fall good* . . . and more Is on the way! These must go to make room! So down go the prices! 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