Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 19, 1954 · Page 7
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MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVER Worden WORDKN. — Mrs. Gertrude V.'edel and Mr. and Mrs. George V.'edel attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Beguelin, 80, at the Methodist Church In Cpseyville. Thursday afternoon. [with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Phillips was host- j Kd Blotevogel. i ess to member of her card club j Paul Anderson, student at Val- at her home Friday. Edward Blotevoicel of Hunter Air Force Base. Savannah, On., is spending a 30-day leave here paraiso University, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Worden K. Anderson. Gail Srhulze, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Norman Sehulze. returned home Friday from St. Franets Hospital at Litchfield, where she underwent a tortsil- ectomy Thursday. Ramon Wesihaupt, student at Valparaiso University, is spend- ftr»pciffrrf tly Popular Have I on Tasted Our ilcffcioff 0 ITS MADE WITH REAL FRUIT JtlCFS FREE rVi ing an Easter vacation at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin IVeishaupt. Miss Carol Ann Behme, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rehme, is visiting at the home of her parents, from St. John's College, Winfield. Kan. James K. Birmingham and his brother, Harvey, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Lydia Birmingham. Mrs. Rosina Meyer of Granite City is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Brunmvorth. Mrs. Gertrude Wedel returned to Caseyville Thursday after a visit here with relatives. GUARANTEED Export PINT PACKAGE SHERBET with purchase of }• GALLON PACKAGE of SHEARBURN'S * ICE CREAM 15 //aVors fo choose from * SHERBET S delicious Mayors • pineapple • rn»pl>erry • lemon • lime The Area's Mosl Popular Ice Cream Products . . . They're TOP QUALITY I The Alton Area's Best Selling fee Cream (A* shown by Illlnnl* Ccniumcr Anilytle, 1953) Home Owned Home Operate^ Available at over 500 Friendly Dealeis . . . Look /or (he Shearburn Sign in your neighborhood/ firing Your Wntrh In for * FREE check-up. Let Our Expert Look At It! i jewelry Kepnlr- ing and Expert Engraving. Medora Baptist GirlsAttendParty At Carlinville MEI.TORA Fourteen Rirl* of the Girls' Auxiliaries of the Baptist church, with their lenders, Mrs. G. W. Compton and Mrs, Charles Strunk, attended the G. A. House Party hold at the Em- nnupl church in Cnrlinvtlle Friday night and Saturday. The girls attendinu were Kay Kizer, Cccplia Sarplnson, Virginia Gorhnm, Dnnnn Snrglnson. Sue Gorhnm, Sue F.lllott, Linda Gaffnry. Mary Robinson, F>or- Mhy Schlieprr, Rosemary Frlck- rr, Linda and Arlrne Hart, Sharon Strnnh. Virginia and Sue Gorham re- reived service rihhons and the Junior G. A. received recognition for helnt; A-l. Kay Klzer and Cecelia Sarglnsor* took part in a skit. An Associational G. A Council was organized. Virginia Gorhnm was eU'ctcd vi.'O-prpsitlent and Sue Gorhnm secnMary treasurer. Mrs. Compton was plpclod Asso^ national G. A. Counsellor, The first Council moftlnR will he hpld May 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Gillpspip. Methodist rhlldrrn on RKK "" n ' MKDORA - Mrs. T. T. Eddie- man, teacher of the kindergarten class, and Mrs. A. E. Frueh, teacher of the primaries, of the Methodist church, had an Master party for the classes Friday afternoon. An CKK hunt was held on the church lawn, after which they played games and had n picnic lunch In the church basement. Twenty children, seven mothers and the two teachers were in attendance. Chesterfield Aid \ Officers Named | Mr?. FmMrrman to Hrad United Society i CHKSTKRFIKT.D. — The re«- ' u'tar monthly business meeting of , the I'nitod t<ndies Aid Society \vns held Thursday afternoon nt rhurrh. Mrs. Robert Keele and Mrs. Phoebe Mathis were nldi-Wnt Third Sl.-Alion Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! -ARE PAYMENTS A PROBLEM If you are In debt, iind behind In your naymenU, let BU1H1KT Pl^AN arrange to «e» you out of debt with payment* yon can Afford, r«Kardlem of bow much you owe. No security or endorser* required—one place to THE BUDGET PLAN 201 W. 3KD ST., 2ND FLOOIC—IMione 2-9711—ALTON, ILL. Copyright MM — D F.H. - St. Mull, M*. hostesses. Mrs. George Worrls and Mrs. Harold Keele were devotional leaders. Officers elected were: Mrs. Robert Fcnstcrman, president; Mrs. Robert Keele, vice president; Mrs. Frank Sawtell, secretary; Miss Ruth Sawlell, assistant secretary; Mrs. Phoebe Mathis, treasurer: and Mrs. Robert Arlnms, assistant treasurer. Hostesses for the May meeting will be Mrs. Robert Fensterman and Mrs. Robert Keele. Society Kntertnlned CHKSTKRF1KLD Mrs. Glenn Krlggs and Miss Clara McAfee entertained 12 members of the Cornerstone Society Thursday evening. Mrs. Loreean llounslcy showed pictures of her trip to Hawaii. May hostesses will be Miss Mildred Glenn and Mrs. Flora Glenn. CheKterflelil Note* CIIF.STKUFIELn.~MIS8 Carol Jenn Fonstcrmnn nnd Miss Jean- nle Van Zee of Kvcrgroon were Kasler guests of Mr. nnrt Mrs. Robert. Fenslcrmun. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Crowder arc spending this week In Iowa City, I he. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Jamieson and fnmily. Boh Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leach, had Ms tonsils removed Thursday at. Car- linvillo Area Hosplliil. Mrs, K, H. Wright accompanied by Mrs. Lewis Ranks tire in Monte Vlst, Colo., to attend the funeral of an aunt. Definitions Help Understanding IndochinaWar ! By TIIK ASSOCIATED TRESS A terse rundown of terms In the ews from Indochlnn: Indochlnn— 286,000 squnrc miles STOHt BROS. CREDIT KWttERS THE PRICE YOU SEE IS THE PRICE YOU PAY! All Prlro* fnrfndr Federnl Taxes . . . nnd It Cost* Yon Kottilflg E\lrn to Urn* Your Credit! MAMONDSET Pay Only $1.50 a Week! pure lillc crepes orlons silk shantungs cotton laces rayon surahs rayon failles rayon Butcher linens ginghams cotton broadcloths rayon taffetas rayon Master sheers Bouffant petticoat dresses 2-piece suit dresses 3-piece costume dresses town sheath dresses scooped cocktail dresses plenty of navy plenty of black light and dark prints pretty pastels cool white on sale tomorrow BRAND NEW DRESSES for town for the suburbs for travel for dancing size 7 to 15 10 to 20 38 to 46 12i to 261 usually would be $19.95 usually would be $22.95 usually would be $25 usually would be $29.95 usually would be $35 usually would be $39.95 (silently blRKtr tlmn Texns); 27 million people (Iwo million more Ihnn. Korea). Associated Slnles— The rnpubllc of Viet Nam and the kingdoms, of Cnmbodin nnd Laos which Iwvo been granted theoretical Independence within the French union, nn association of French overseas territories. The three states make up Indochina. Viet Nam— means "Land ol the South." The northern province of Tonkin, the narrow coastal strip of Annnm and southern province known as Cochin China make up a nominal republic headed by the former emperor of Anftam and Tonkin, Bao Dal. Annnmllos are I he majority race In most parts of Viet Nam. Viel Nam has most of Indochina's population, about 22 million. Laos— "Land of the Millions of Elephants", an Inland belt of ler- rilory bordering Annnm on the west, with about IVs million people ruled by King Sisuvang Vong. Cambodia — The southwestern pail of Indochina. It has about four million people ruled by King Norodom Sihanouk. Vietminh— Means "League for the Independence of Viet Nam". A political movement led by IIo Chi Minh, who received his tutor- ' ing In Moscow, and which, at the beginning in 1945-46, at least, Included many Nationalists as well as Communists. Tonkincse— The people of Tonkin, the northern part of Viet Nam. There are about 10 million of them in the 44,070 square mile area— about the si/.e of Louisiana. Tonkin includes the vital I ted Hlver delta area and the city of Hanoi, the provincial capital. Tonkin is bounded on the north by Communist China. Read Telegraph Want Ads Doily! ALL SALES FINAL FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P 4 M. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. - 1 P. M. and 4 P. M. - 10 P. M. EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED AT ONCE Shop Tuesday, 9:30 to 5. Third and Plow, Alton If You Request Our Prttcriiiion Service Your Doctor Will 6« Clad To Call Us PHONE 2-2832 230 East Broodwoy IllinoU 6-Diumoiid ft-Dianiond Set lluo 4uNt 91.75 • Wnok! Just *:i.OO • Week! Use Your Credit ... You Pay Nothing Extra for Interest or Carrying Charges At STONE'S! 10-IHamoiids jj; Puy Only iimoiiils jj; j OA! iS.OO a Woc»k! J. 017 Buy Your Graduate A Watch Now... Use Our Lay-Away! WATCHES llttOVA * ELGIN * GRUEN I1EUIKOS * HAMILTON $1,00 Down! $1.00 Weekly! 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