The Edwardsville Intelligencer from Edwardsville, Illinois on October 18, 1956 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Edwardsville Intelligencer from Edwardsville, Illinois · Page 6

Edwardsville, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 18, 1956
Page 6
Start Free Trial

MARINE Miss Esther Brandes Phone TR J-6381 freshraents were served. Openi tee. Plans will be made for a book discussion was held during the [review. social hour. Family Reunion A family reunion was held at the, home o£ Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyer/I Evangelical and Reformed Church Sunday, Oct. 7. A basket dinner Worsnip semce at 8 a m . and was enpjecl and games were plaj- Rcfreshment committee for November is Elsie Gehrs, Louise Gibbs and Esther Br?ndes. legion Auxiliary Sixteen members of the American Legion auxiliary of St Jacob and Marine entertained the 135 10.15 a m. next Sundaj. Members ed. f the Churchmen's Brotherhood Those present were: Mrs. Anna' ve terans at Alton State hospital ill lead m the worship services Mejer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ruf-!Thursday afternoon, Oct. 11. he Brother-Mod project will be kahr, Mr and Mrs. Harry Meyer | Luncheon was served and cards ne theme cf the day and all are, and family, Mr. and Mrs. August were given the veterans. nuted to share in this service. Sunday school at 9 a.m. DelegaU s and v sitors attend B\nod meeting in Highland on Tuesday Mc\er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Klenen and family of Flonsant, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Historical Society to Meet The annual fall meeting of the Madison county Historical society Clarence Mcjer and family of wl u be held Sunday, Oct. 21, at the Saturday, Christ's Work Day-- ,0'Fallon, M o , Mr and Mrs John Evangelical and Reformed church Youth Fellowship. Let's help the,Vogel and family of Maplewood,| Mar j ne . The program directed by Mayor Walton Faires and the Rev. Harley Kneger, pastor of the host church, will begin at 2 30 p m jouth with this proiect. Wurst mart on Sunday, Ocr 28, servings from 1 to 8 p.m. Christian Church Sunday school at 9 30 a.m. and church service at 10.30 a m. Library Association The program is as follows: pledge of allegiance, La Rue Neudecker; greetings, Walton Faires; response, Donald Lewis; musical Celebrate Birthday Mrs Lena Hnbein observed her toirthda\ anniversary recently and the following relatives and friends »ere guests: Mrs. Meta Reitz, Mrs Julia Clem, Mrs. Isabel Fa- ^..^. i t o -- 0 ... -- -- - o"-i. of St Louis, Mrs. Josie Mann,Ibrary association was held Mon! mann, vocal solo, lone Kolm, ac- Miss Lou Hagemann, Mrs. Belle clay evening at the Library with 16 compamst, Lmctte Maedge; sex- Hobcm Mrs Mary Hobem of member;, answeimg roll call. itet, Elsie Gehrs accompanist, ear- O'Fallo'n and Mrs. Eimer Grote-| Library Tag Day will be Nov. 10'ly history of Marine, Alberta _Me- (DST). Marine Sunday, Oct. 14. Representatives from their organization took part in a special commemorative service for those who died this past year. Taking part in the service were Harris Lynch, secretary of the county association, and Earl Shepard. treasurer of the county association. The Rev. Barley Kneger, host pastor of the church, preached a very inspiring sermon on the theme "Called to Serve." Miss Ruth Remhart served as organist and the ensemble, composed of lone Kolm, Linette Maedge and Ruth Remhart, sang "Saved by Grace," accompanied by Miss Marlene Maedge. About 150 firemen attended the service. 1 - i U E a i f n a a w t . i a i i w i i 1 - T i l l The regular meeting of the Li- selections, piano, Leonard Hall- fenclt. PTA Meeting The PTA meeting of the Marine jub'.ic school was held Thursday .field and their visit to "The House wening, Oct. 14, in the cafeteria. I of Sunshine." and the'-i-H club girls will assist bold, early business enterprises the members. 'and report, adjournment. Fourteen "members and friends. There will be an exhibit of items recently enjojed the trip to Litch-J of pioneer da\s in Marine. 'resident Cunningham called the nisiness meeting to order. An in- .erestmg talk was made by Dick Mudge, Jr., on "Unity." After the meeting adjourned, re- Lulu Barnes and Berta Bernard served refreshments. Memorial Service Members of the Volunteer Firemen association of Madison coun- The ne\t meeting will be Nov. ty and their families attended the 12 with Mesdames Stone, Ford andi 10:15 a m service at the Evan- Harmon on the program commit-' gelical and Reformed church in School Menu The following is the school menu for Oct. 22-26: Monday, cheeseburger on bun, potato chips, peas, peaches, milk. Tuesday, sliced hot lunch meat, cooked potato, beets, rice-pineapple pudding, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday, hot pork and gravy sandwiches, red bean salad, ice cream, cookie, milk. "hursday, barbecued hamburger on t u n , slav, potato chips, cooked rice, milk. Friday, luncheon m e a t or cheese, baked potato, deviled eggs, vanilla - coconut pudding, milk, bread, butter. Personals Mrs. Al Meyer spent last Wednesday at St. Charles hospital in Aurora where she visited her son, Billie, who underwent an appendectomy on Monday. Mrs. Edna Miller and Mrs. Sydney Deabler of St. Louis spent last Thursday at the Dan Middleton home. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Muse and family of Carml, H I , called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ford last Wednesday. Mrs. Lena Hobein returned home lecently from St Louis where she visited friends Mr and Mrs Jack Taylor moved to Sandoval last Friday. Mr and Mrs. Walter Stuebling of Chicago visited with Mr. and Mrs. Char[«s Ford the past week. Mr and Mrs. E. H. Remhart spent several days in St Louis the j past week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A j Ratchford and little son John The Misses Pauline Rieke, Ottilie Gehrs, Edna and Esther Brandes visited w'ith Mrs. Mane Ahlmeyer at Mascoutah on Sun day afternoon Mrs. M. L. Kissling visited with Dr and Mrs. Roberson at Wood River last Friday. Delmar Grotefendt spent last weekend in Carbondale. Mr. and Mrs. R. C Sajrcs of Lebanon called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ford Sunday. Mrs. William Coffee spent last Thursday and Friday with her Edwardtville, Illinoil Page 6 Thursday, Oct. 18, 1956 mother, Mrs. Austerman and Mrs. Agnes Caugot m Maplewood, Mo. She visited with Mrs. Nina Brinker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Christensen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Satorus and son of Merril, Wis , spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feld meier who accompanied them to their home in Wisconsin. Gallon $5.89 Quart $1.80 PAINT,STORE 222 N. M»in Phone 358 JUNGLE CLUB O'FALLON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY NIGHT -- OCTOBER 19th Walt Schlemer and Orchestra Just out and just wonderful J f |S« becB/i/uIfy new Be/ Air Sporl Coupe with Body by Fisher. TOMORROW-W CHEVROLET! IT'S SWEET, SMOOTH AND SASSY! Chevy goes 'em all one better--with a daring new departure in design (looks longer and lower, and it is!), exclusive new Turboglide automatic transmission with triple turbines, a new V8 and a bumper crop of new ideas including fuel injection! 1 U S A '57 CHEVROLET *7Q-h.y. engine also available at extra cost. Also Ramjet fuel injection engine with up to 28S h.p. in Corvette and passenger car models. New right down to the \\heels it rolls on-that's the '57 Chevrolet! By now you know it's new in style. You can see that Chevy's longer, lower--and every inch a beauty. But Chevrolet's new in lots of ways that don't show up in our picture. It's new in V8 power options that range up to 245 h.p.* Then, you've a choice of two automatic drives as extra- cost options. There's an even finer Powerglide--and new, nothing-like-it Turboglide that brings you Triple-Turbine takeoff and a new flowing kind of going. It's the only one of its kind--the newest, sweetest, smoothest automatic of fhem all! Come see the new car that goes 'em all one better--the new 1957 Chevrolet! T/ie new Be/ Air 4-Door Sedan--one of 20 striking new Oiew'es* Only franchised Chevrolet dealers /^* ll ^l\®**^/ display this famous trademark BUTLER-CHEVROLET 120 W. VANDALIA ST. PHONE 123 EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. HOME OF EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FOR OVER 42 YEARS. MAXWELL HOUSE ccrrEE New Low Price! i-ib. ton MY-T-FINE PUDDINGS FREE DEAL! Buy 3 pks. at regular price, get 4th pkg. FREE! - - - 3*29 HALLOWEEN CANDIES Kraft's Caramels for candied apples 1-lb. bag 35' Brach's Tricks or Treat Satchel·· · Brach's Candy Corn Baby Ruth Bars 40 ct. box or Harvest Mello Creams 14-oz. bag CRISCO Mb.can37c 3-lb. can 95 C Campfire MARSHMALLOWS Mb. box 29 LIPTON SOUP MIXES Vegetable Beef 4 44. or Onion fcpks 001* GREEN «J PEA tpb. Tomato-Vegetable or Chicken Noodle 3pks in ctn. DIAL SOAP Stops Body Odor Before it Starts. O'Cedar. No Rub Cream O'Cedar Ail Purpose PoliSh 4-oz S ,ze 29C New Trend for dishes -- lingerie hosiery -- woolens large pks. CHIFFON liquid detergent i2-oz. can 22-oz. can 12- Faultless Starch yjjc-g, TREND Liquid Detergent 7 i2-oz. 55* cans yy*» 53c 22-oz. can 20 Mule T e«i )RA BtMUXO 2 $*· IN TM c«a» ~ m ~ M Giant.tSe King Site $1.25 DREFT JOY Gnmi ft. 7*« LIQUID 22-oz. SUDS «on ·I A i* M for automatic watheit rag. |l A Nil jumbo $2.29 Economy $4.69 pk. IN FW SPA PERI

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,000 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free