ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1954 Mff * trttltt B. Schtieler Hites Set Wednesda fcWfr et Mfs. Lnlo B. 9f9W«J«*, 'of Washington, D. C. of Alton, tern arrive hi togitabfe Uxitto It tetter for WWMfWH .Huwm wo v** « w * tMfK. vw w« *, n ff»>w vegetable formula. Th«y give you • t&iflett cleaning out yet an w arum. Oiwt Tablets gtv* more Tiftturftl-lHte' bowel movements. No it No waigtnti No «udden .^ntencel Take one or two to....... to give complete satisfaction M tl» dftflrtd tune in the tnoratnt Alton « 4:03 p. m. today and will be taken to Streeprr Funeral Home where friends may rail after 10 a. m. Tuesday. Funeral rites for Mrs. Sehueler. who was a member for mam years of Upper Alton Presbyterian Church, will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the funeral homo by the Rev. Edgar J. Vance, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery, beside the grave of her husband, Robert. The body will br accompanied to Alton by her daughters. Mrs. Mamie Ml/en, a secretary in Washington, D. C, and Miss Gladys Sydney, an instructor in the New York schools. Hospital Notes The average U. S. motorist drives about 10,800 mile* today compared to 6,600 miles In 1929. PEARL MARKET f'KNTHAL and FIRST-OF.WEEK SPECIALS! MANHATTAN Price* Cinnrt Thtnnth ThnriiUy 2 Lb. Limit COFFEE .... $1.14 HUNT'S PLUMS lie CONTADINA Tomato Puree. 3 ^j 25c SO RICH IT WHIPS, 3 cans 15c with coupon mailed to you MILNOT 3 25c BABY BEEF LIVER ..... 49c KING'S-X BACON . . . . 69c LUER'S, PICKLE LOAF - 49c U. S. CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAKS . . . -• 69c .11. Mrdlrnl Trr-affwrrt Harry Bfrj»rr Rt. 1. Altmi Mrs. Holm MrClintork. Godfrey Mrs. .Tanrf Oshnrn, f'nrrollton Miss Holm Marir- Oanmpr, Rox- nnn Stanley Umberl lit. 1. Shipmnn Miss Mario Ron". 219 McClurP Mrs. Klhrl \Vr;ivrr. Rt. 1. (kxlfrry Pmila SrhmlHrr, Rt. 3. Jrrwy- * villr Mrs Nfttir Hnnnlmn. 1015 Prnrl Snritlral Trmlmrnl 1 ,1ohn Borlnar. Namonki On-l Craft, .'llfi Pmcr. Knst Alton 1 j Mrs. l.ury Oik, 100(1 West Ninth BliRht Kondrll, 1M8 Kast Broadway Donna Mar. Cranmer. Roxann Mrs. Myma Dillpy, 2432 Sherwood William Noud, MltdHI Richard PllkinRton. WhHe HH|| Joseph StahllnR. Rl. 2, Brighton | Mrs. Winifred Dlnkpr, 20 Mariptta Anthony Ghrncr, 212 Ohio Men. Bertha Meyer, 515 Mather tllftmlftitnl* Delmar Dtislmnn, Worrier) Mrs. Olivo Hrndry. Hri«hlrm liiymnnrt HtiKhes. 722 Washington Urs. Olcta .iHfioby, 2141 Norsidc Mrs. Alma Nnnip, 1510 Murk icrald Peek, 3429 Thomas William Perry. Rl. 1. East Alton Oirnn Lynn Shank, Hartford lYi-rance Wright, Rt. 2, Brighton Mrs. llelynn Vincent, O'Fallon 'nr\ Brlttln, 1317 Central ;cnrKf> Carroll, 2704 East Broad way Henry Felman, Flclrlily Willie German, 1704 Bollr Mrs. Bnrharn Grant, 1634 Main Kenneth InKrnm, Edwardgvllle Mrs. Ruth Kruckeberg, Moro Miss Elalno Laccy. Godfrey Mury Ann Lncey, Godfrey Karon McMantis, 826 Cherry Mrs. Olenna' McCoy, Grafton Mrs. Ruth McCune, 43? Dulaney Wood River Mrs. Letha Newell, Cottage Hills Sue Kllen Plummer, 215 Herbert East Allon Mrs Flora Mac Sinclair, Rt. Edwardsvillc Lester Smith, 744 Washington Mrs. Julia Will. Rl. 1, Edwards vllle Mrs. Ethel Snider, Collage Hill Miss llnrrictl Dinker, 811 Pearl Nelson A. Sluuffer, 3110 Trumble Mrs. Mary Liberty Wiekenhmiwr. 1820 Wood Wlrrr MA. Bunch FRESH ASPARAGUS . . RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS . 3 lOc New triumph Potatoes 5 <» 29c FRESH SPINACH or KALE . 2 19c MUSTARD or TURNIP GREENS . 2 < JAY R. DELANO CAKICbK INSIJRANCK AdKNT •jiii;iu.'» A iHFFKKKNn: IN INSUKANt'l; 1>U Vim V«nl Ih* runt Or Ih* <ih.»p.»t? FOR TUB BEST, CAM. DELANO INSURANCE AGENCY •:o.1 I'Uia SI., Alton VftMfl Anrftfeitt Donald K. Bajjent. Soitth Roxana Mrs. Mary E. Flrtrher. Roxana Mrs. Virginia E. Phelps. Rnxana Joseph C. Smith, East Alton Tommy D. Roe, 2.') DugRer, East Alton Mrs. Fayrtta Bum, 60-' Acton Howard T. YmmR. Lincoln PI. Gary K. HelRert, 835 Center. E. A Medleal Treatment Mrs. Louise M. Westhoff, Roxana drs. l/>i.i Pollard, Wood River iennefh P. Powell, East Alton ipnneth D. Graham, S. Roxana ;illy K. Elliott, Roxana Irs. Amelia Brown, 13 Hilltop Jnle H. Killehrew, Wood River Dismissals Irs. Vivian L. Williams, E. A. :ynthia J. Slahlhut, 844 Halloran An. Frances L. Baualer, Rl. 1, Kurt Alton leorge E. Van Home, Hartford amlra .1. Olsen, 74 Wilson loger R. Raines, 346 Central erry F. Mlddendorf, 26 College Crest ! oseph M. Mlddendorf, 2B College Crest Mrs. Thelma I. Randolph, E. A. Edith L. Lane, Bethallo ,arry W, Robin*, Rl. 1, Ea.st Alton Randal W. McBrlde, 409 W. R. Mrs. Margie II. Fox, East Alton Mrs. Anna M. Champlln, 912 Wil- liml Mrs. Belly J. Hicks, 46 W. Loreim Mrs. Belly J. Robertson. 2G19 Brown Mrs. Mabel A. Phlpps, S. Roxana Joseph L. Sheppard, 215 Jennings Henry S. Mitchell, Cottage Hills Ralph F. Rethcrford Jr., Roodhouse Mrs. Frances E. Copeland, S. Roxana Gary K. Helgert, East Alton Mrs. Henrietta Cook, 739 Rice Mrs. Myrtle M. Mouser, Rt. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Carol L. Perkinson, Alton Ricky L. Petrokovlch, 422 Orchard End W. Llndauer, 3724 Berkeley Robert L. Otto, Hartford Kenneth P. Powell, East Alton Alton Memorial Medical Treatment Mrs. AIIIHI Hartman, Wood River Michael Norlliwny, 1020 Union Clwrles Taylor, Roxana Wilhelm Kaufman, (i30' a Sheppard Lnniolne Plopper, 3707 Coi'onado Miss Nellie Bowman, Jerseyville Mrs. Roselle Brown, 2107 Dunne- g"" . Junes Cherry, Cottage Hills Jack Watson, Grufton Raymond Cobinc, S. Roxana Lloyd Leri, 738 Puvk Mrs. Edllh Helvie, Wood River Lllburn Hawkins, Wcsl Alton Mrs. Lellm llarlan, 2503 Sanlord Surgical Treatment Tommy Fay, Godfrey Fred Sleward, Easl Alton. Donna Timpc, Hartford. Suzanne Conant, Wood River Robert Fleming, 302 Easl 13lh ; Arthur Cannon, 103 Mather : George Girth, 505 State saves _> water the 1954 MAYTAG AUTOMATIC IN MASTER FINERY — Mark and Nancec ncr, children of Mr. and Mrs. Inland Itrppncr, 250 Arbor Drive on the way to Sunday School on Easter morning.—Staff photo. 6 Mr. Texas' Set At Carrollton TAKE UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY wafer f/ion any other ogitalor-type II i CARROLLTON. "Mr. Texas," the world first Christian Weslern film, will be shown Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Bap- list Church under the auspices of the Car rail Ion Ministerial Alliance. The church will be open at 7 p.m. and no admission charge will be made., The film is produced by Hilly Gralwpi Kvungclistic Films, Inc., and features the famed young evangelist and his entire evangelistic team, including Redd Harper as Jim Tyler and Cindy Walker, the queen of hillbilly song writing. Miss Walker wrote some of the songs for the produc- lion, including "Wide Rollin' Plains," which is sung by Redd Harper, nnd "Beloved Enemy," which she sings herself as a featured part of the story. Blbltf Class to Meet CARROLLTON. — The Wednesday morning Bible class, sponsored by the Woman's Association of the Presbyterian Church, will meet April 21 at the Presbyterian manse. The subject for study is "The Unfolding Drama of the Bible" and the in- structor is the Rev. Elmer Set- lerlund. Home Bureau News Notes CARROLLTON. - "What Do We Know About Laws Affecting Our Schools" and Program Planning are the major and minor lessons to be presented by local leaders this week nt the meeting of Greene County Home Bureau units. Mother's Auxiliary to Meet CARROLLTON. —The Mothers Auxiliary of the Carrolllon Community Unit School will meet in the school assembly room Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to elect officers for the year and plan the banquets that will be a part of the closing of school activities. Automatic for bvth w«»h «nrf rinivl Uses only amount of water needed. No waiting for tub to fill. Just tet the indicator for the lize load to be washed. aulomolH. i Mrs. Dorothy Welch, 2828 Broad- S BUSINESS BAD? HAVE REAL ESTATE SALES DECLINED? NOT FOR HEMPHILL AGENCY 1952 OUR BEST IN 18 YEARS 1953 SALES AHEAD OF 1952 BY 20% January, February, March off '54 Our Best in 20 Yrs. 1AIUW Do Hemphill Agency Sales Continue to Increase, Wl II I WWIe Others Complain of Sales Decrease? I ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-BANKER OR LAWYER FOR THE BEST IN REAL ESTATE SERVICE ':.... Phone 3-3584 - After 6 P. M* 2-1335 HARRY F. HEMPHILL Agency Alton - Wood River- Rosewood Heights Leader In Real Estate Sales "Music to Aid Crops'* Botanists at India's Annamala- ingar University are studying the influence of music, both vocal and instrumental, on plants. Jagjivan Ram, Central Minister for Communications, has visited the botanical gardens at Anna- malainagar and says that if these experiments succeed, production of many crops will increase. water lor small, medium, full loco's »f clothes. Just iet your water thrifty Maytag for exactly the water level you need. Automatically adjusts to all water pressures. 7/1/5 new economy feature available of no exfro cosf' See a complete demonstration today! Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Low, easy terms-and your old washer may cover down payment "SERVICE FOLLOWS EVERY SALE" CHWARTZy FURNITURE COMPANY 22 WEST FERGUSON AVENUE, WOOD RIVER, ILLINOIS Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Telegraph Want Ads CLICK Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! way Kloyd Darr, 8'27 Logan George Scharth, 2216 Johnson Jack Draper, 1100 Broadway Charles Lewis, 2-120 Willow Mrs. Elsie Simpson, 617 Main Bernicc Johnson, 307 E. 8th. Mrs. Vcrnadcan Maness, Dow Mrs. Norma Costello, Godfrey Mrs. Julia Beanblossom, Godfrey William Chapman, 1009 Phinney Lamoine Plopper, 2828 E. Broad, way Mrs. Mildred Hecht, Godfrey Mrs. Ruth McCoy, 102 Chouteau Lllburn Hawkins, West Alton John Dunn, Easl Alton Chaunccy Clayton, 3403 Lincoln Mrs. Reka Helvie, East Alton Mrs. Mildred Varble, Carrollton James JI. Parrotl, Edwurdsville Noble Vance, Sterling Lemon Fuks, 2822 Sanford Nancy Gilleland, 2015 Alby Carol Koshinski, 3522 Aberdeen Roseunn Kerry, 2907 Watalee Mrs. Delores Bridges, 1108 Main Miss Nancy Woodman, 324 Court Mrs. Alice Longwell, Jerseyville Clyde Keeran. 911 Royal Henry Driniowitz, 620'i E. 9th Mrs. Nora Tinker, 300 Colliding Mrs. Zella Richard. 3035 Forest Edward Gehrke, 1210 E. 4th Mrs. Etta F. Blackwood, East Alton Mrs. Mildred Wandling, 1919 Jersey r . . . Oit Utter* (Urt. 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