Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 29, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 29, 1956
Page 9
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MONDAY. OCTOBER 29, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Friends Shuck 700 Bnsheh Corn For 111 Foster Farmer FOSTERBtmr.. Thirty-, Annrtnl MNnlon eight men ^frorn the Hnplist FOSTERBURG. The annual Cburdi anrl' American Legion | mission feast WHS heir] nt 7,ion met Saturrlay morning a! the j prnsbyterinn Church Sunday, homo of \V. C. Manning north ol ! r)r. .f. Allen Blair, who rr>- here and harvested nearly 70(1 rently resigned his pastorate at I'lt^bcls of corn. Manning h;is been in ill Ifcillh for some lime and his wife re-entered St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton Thursday for possible surgery. Preshytt-rinn Chincli in St. Louis, was morning sppak- or. In Inn afternoon the Rev. Sinclair Thompson, on furlough from Thailand, gave the message, followed by Dr. Blair. In Four pickers, one elevator,, tho evening, thn Rev. Thompson four trunks, and a number of showed pictures on the work in tractors and wagons were used. The men brought their own sack lunches but several women of the American Legion Auxiliary served cake and coffee lo the workers at noon on the Manning lawn. SEE THE 1957 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER KKXKOAT MOTOKS Inr. Tonf Chrysler Imprrlal>ri;mnnlh 2B2B E. Itrnnthvny 3-777» Thailand. A pot hick dinner WHS served at noon in the church parlors and lunch was served in the late afternoon. Arresting Development MCALESTER, Okla., & - A number of out-of-state motorists were arrested here during the annual utate prison rodeo. They were charged wtih "leaving the city without visiting the world's largest inside-the-walls rodeo"— and given free tickets to the western event. Jj SAVE TOTAL OF SC195 51 ON A NEW HOOVER 'leaner ml Tools H»« Hoot 11 i f i nioui el»*ning «clion ... it hr»(« 11 it i*'eepi »» it rlrini, on » cushion of «ir. Gonirig Tooli milt it (K« belt 2ml cleaning •omblnation monc* ean biiv. At this tr«m*ndoi>« i«ving thtT won"! (ant long, 10 ttop in BOW and ord»r your d* !ni* Hoovtr it SAALE BROS. WEST ALTON, MO. Phone Skyline S-24'M Storf Hour*: Monday tliroiiEh l-'riUnv 8:30 A. M. to K:3i» I*. . .Satimluyi 8::fO A. .M. to i r. M. HALLOWEEN WINDOW PAINTERS—Alice Rhoadcs, left, and EH/xihoth Janssen put the finishing touches to a Halloween painting on the window of MacMonigle's Store in Cottage Hills. The girls are senior and junior students, respectively, of Civic Memorial High School, working as part of a team. Other members of the painting team not shown were Norman Wall and Terry Vogel. Greenfield PTA To Hear Buell Hornsbach Tuesday National Catholic Youth Week Observances James Ashmore Heads GRAFTON. — Mrs. Margie _ t Malone and son anrl Mr. and j Lahof-for-StrattOlt unit Mrs. Loren Malone and sons. David and Michael, of Augusta, Kan., are visiting several days I Jnmes M. Ashmore, a painter of Local Union 471, who resides or's stand against the,, so-called 'right to work' laws. 1 ' Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" at the home of Mrs. Ora Brain- Observance of National Catholic; Youth Week began Sunday in the. Catholic churches of Alton area i at 933 Washington Ave., erd. Michael Keller has returned. . . home from Barnes Hospital in j Committee. j i i •„ M,, n;, ,.,c,, nf ' St Louis, where he had been a and elsewhere in the Diocese ol Throughout the ilio- Alton, has been named Madison chairman of the Labor-for-Stratton Springfield. cese, Catholic youths received Holy Communion. Next Sunday. Alton lJoanur> members of. Catholic Youth Council will receive Holy Communion medical patient. Mrs. Wayne Howling and dmighter. Virginia, anrl Mrs. .lor' Sheridan were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Vandiver in Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Breden at the 8:30 mass in St. Bernard's j anf] SQn of Carroll ton spent the Church in Wood River, and will at-. Vvpckpl1( j at the home of his par- tend a Mr. and Mrs. William Bre- . and Mrs. M. L. Arnold \ visited Sunday in Alton with Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Keehner and j breakfast at Narup's restaurant in Alton. These will be high school graduates. Also at Wood River, a day of recollection will be held for youths of highj) school age, next Sunday. • f ;mli]y Thursday of this week will be the > ^ r ' aMC j jj rs . Eugene Slaten Feast of All Saints, a holy day of 0 ( ( \| ton ue re Sunday dinner obligation for Catholics, and the j RUes t s of her parents, Mr. and holy day mass schedules will be j Mrs. Karl Piltenger. followed in the churches. The day j •— before All Saints, in former years, was a day of fast and abstinence but this year the obligation has been lifted. The Diocesan Council of Catholic men will meet next Sunday at Decatur. and a number ol men The Stratton-for-Governor Labor Committee is a statewide group of individual labor leaders who recommend the re-election of Gov. Straiten "based on his record of cooperation and concern for organized labor." Ashmore praised the govern- Colon Troubles? Hemorrhoids? ——•""'•"'•<• i MCTAK.OIOC DISIASIS Irom Alton will attend. Absolute .Monarch James Jesse Strang maintained the only absolute monarchy ' ever established in the United j States when he defied the led- j eral government and proclaimed HAVANA, Cuba .V - T hel Wmself kin s of a Mc ' rl "°» f o1 ' Cuban Intelligence Chief Shot To Death •chief of Cuba's military imelli- GREKNKIKLD — "Member- • the senior high school to thejg ence service. Col. Antonio Blanco Rico, 36, was shot to ship" will be the theme for the] business district, headed by the program of 'he October meeting of the Parent Teacher Association at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in the all-purpose room of ths new elementary school. The president, "Pep Band". Contestants should assemble at the high school by 7 p. m. Judging will follow in the school gym and Lions Club members yrs. Robert Cole, c-ussion leader. Fosterhtirg Family Honored at Dinner will be dis-1 will serve soft drinks and dough- j nuts. Robert Morrow is parade Features of the program will j chairman. This is the 18th an- be a talk by Buell Hornsbach ofinual Halloween celebration spon- Roodhouse and a report of the I sored by the Lions. changes in the by - laws by Finice | Doyle. Mrs. Dorothy Range, chairman, and mothers of sixth grade pupils will be hostesses during the social hour following the program. Plans will be made at the meeting Tuesday night for representatives o! the local PTA 10 anend a district in .li.rksonville Nov. Hi. Sessions u,!' sta;-l at. !i:/',l.l a. m. and the Mierne o! ;he work*hop program uill be. "Properiy Ta* and School Finance". The Lion.s Club will award ori/es. first, .second and third. .n the following classes lor impersonations in the annual Halloween parade Wednesday night: Best pre-schoo): first and second grades group; ghosts, spooks witches and other Halloween i FOSTKRBURG. — A potluck dinner was given Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Titche- 1 nal and family, \vho plan to workshop < )eave in the neai . {uture for val- ' " paraiso, Ind.. where Titchenal will Hitend a radio school. Those present at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gvillo for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gvillo. Mrs. Lulu Gvillo, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gvillo and daughter, Gay, and sons, Curtis, Alvin and Richard; Mr. and Mrs. William Gvillo and daughter, Ruth Ellen; Mr. and ony on Beaver Island, ..Mic'h. Free Book Shows How Thousands Found Relief: These potential health-wrecKers are closely related. Learn how each affects you; bow to avoid mistakes in treating them; how thousands have found a proved effective treatment. Write, telling which ailment troubles you. Address Suite 2284-C, Thornton Minor Hospital, 911 E. Linwood, Kansas City 9, Mo. —Adv. DOER .WEAKNESS' HAKES MANY FEEL OLD There In nothing that can makt yc" '"' elder »nd more dfpm'fd lh»n losing men and TtorrylnR iboui "BUdder W(»ltni>««" (Osttlng Dp Nlshts or B»d Wet'.ln?. too frfquent. burning and Uch- Ing urination' or Strong. Cloudy lmn«. line to common Kidney or Bladder trrlta- tlon«. which «ometlme« result In B»cu• the, miserable referred, leeondarj aches, pains, headache and nervouimers. In «uch rases New Improved CYSTEX us'ially gives quick, wonderful, soothing relief by combining germs In acid urine, and by analgesic pnln relief. Over a billion CYSTEX tablets u«ed prove safety Jor young and old. (Jet CYSTEX from druggist today. Money-back guarantee. Quality You onn bo as- stirpd of quality products always nt our phnrmnoy. \Ve carry A nonv plctp stock of hrnHh needs. Let us fill your prescription! We are in business /or your heallhl WARDEiN PHARMACY FRKE DELIVERY 2,)10 State St. OInl 5-6318 death Sunday as he left a cabaret. The assassins, unidentified, escaped. It has been estimated the average physician works 60 hours per week. SHIRTS 24c Each TURNER GLEANERS & LAUNDRY T5 WHIXELAW Dial 4-64 U WOOD RIVER FASTEST COLOR FILM PROCESSING Movie Films, Slides, and Pictures IN THIS AREA Sent DIRECT to Eastman Kodak DAILY BRING YOUR FILM TO FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 230 E. BROADWAY DIAL 2-2832 Open Every Nito Till 10 Mrs. Lee Wens, John Titchenal. , , . . . . ,. .symbols; decorated veh.clo.. Imv, ,ted to children's wagons, baby 1 and tncyclos; storybook ! Miss Grace Titchenal, Mr. and Penclope . Mr . h . and Mrs . W . Titchenal and chil- . i . ' ni/»\ aixi IV. iiiv-ijciiai and and comic strip characters: best, Roga hobo or tramp: best annual >m- ; Mrs Irene Dav . personation: Negro man or \vo-i •-••—• - ""-- ..... j js, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Titche- ma n:.Uconte R tantsareel 1B ,bl«| • and so Joh Q{ to ^nter the grand f.nale and j ^ and ^ ^ ^ costumes will be judged on or-! icinality The r.ontest are open' to all persons in the Greenfield: Community Vnit School District | 10. The parade will start from' Will JUST 2 DAYS LEFT TO SAVE ON THIS WONDERFUL NEW FRIGIDAIRE FILTRA-MATIC CLOTHES DRYER $300.00 VALUE FOR ONLY $-1 ruroo 195 (SJighlJy Damaged) Other Models As Low as $134.95 Only Frigidaire Has an All Porcelain Dryer Golhe — Objectionable hot, moist air and lint, thanks to the exclusive FRIGIDAIRE FILTRATOR. No plumbing or venting needed. Clothes are dried soft, fluffy and sweet-smelling, with just the degree of dampness you want. MORE FRIGIDAIRE FEATURES: Variable Temperature Control • Dry-O-Matic Timer • Safety Door Switch • Radiantube Heating Element. Ozone "Sunshine" Lamp. • All Porcelain Inside and Out. SALE ENDS OCTOBER 31st IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO OWN A DRYER YOU SHOULD SEE THESE TERRIFIC VALUES REFRIGERATIOn ~ Saitgast of Hilhboro. Fosterburg Notes FOSTERBURG. — The annual spaghetti supper of the Mothers Club of Fosterburg School Saturday evening was attended by over 300 persons. Over 100 parents, Boy Scouts. Cub Scouts and small brothers and sisters enjoyed a Halloween masquerade at the town hall Friday evening. Children who won prizes were Bobby Paul, Joe Wehrman. Linda Porter, Larry Kolesa. Nicholas Klumb. and Joe Davis. Harold Johnson, who resides east of Fosterburg, became ill suddenly at his home Friday evening. His wife and a niece, Connie Frakes, took him to Alton Memorial Hospital, where he is a patient under observation and treatment for a heart condition, The Rev. and Mrs. George Bruce and family are entertaining guests from Chicago. They are her brother, John Marrs, j and mother, Mrs. John Marrs, j who have just returned from a two-weeks visit in San Diego, Calif. Marrs returned Sunday afternoon to Chicago but Mrs. Marrs is remaining for two weeks. Pfc. and Mrs. Michael Redd, together with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Redd, and family, spent Friday through Sunday visiting relatives in Quincy. Mrs. Michael Redd is the former Miss Ruth Harris of Fosterburg. The young people of the Baptist Church are sponsoring a masquerade party for the entire church Tuesday evening. Those attending are asked to bring sandwiches. Two Graf ton Men Hunting In S, Dakota GRAFTON — Ed House and Nelson Adams left Saturday for Bridse\vater, S. D., to hunt pheasants. While there they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyers and family. Mutlier III GRAFTON — Mrs. Jerome Foval was called home Sunday from Mineral Wells, Texas, due to the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Charles Keller, who is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. 550 Et Broadway Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service" Dial 3.7721 Abraham Lincoln witnessed the battle of Fort Stevens, which saved the capital from dsetruc- Uon, during the Civil War, Dt Soto Fireflite Illustrated above is barely 4 feet 7 inches high. Most exciting car in the world today* Exciting New Beauty—And it's called Flight-Sweep 1957, the new shape of motion. Incredibly low, yet there's plenty of headroom, thanks W De Soto's new steel-cradle frame. Exciting New Torsion-Aire Ride—Standard equipment on every 1957 DeSoto, Torsion-Aire Ride is unequalled for safety and ease of control. It eliminates nose-dive stops, even from high speeds. 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