Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 19, 1954 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 19, 1954
Page 9
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MONDAY, APRIL 19, ALtt)N EVENING TELEGRAPH Baptist Cabinet to Meet ''**£*** at 7:3 ° p ' m in thc At CaiTOlIton ( " Plans will be made relative to _ . — *. „, ! * e quarterly and annual busi- <*RROLLTON-Theftev.Glen |ness mwtlng gnd e)ectjon rf Manis. pastor of the Baptist S church officers to be held in the church, will meet wity the members of the church cabinet early part of May. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK! COOK'S PAINTS Budget-Priced DECORATING TOOLS for Thrifty Hdm«*Qwn«« C-u~t Muting firm in Half Wffll flirt HAMty COOKf-KOTiR FAINTING SIT Applitt eil-bau, *>r water* f-~* thinntd point*, vorni«h«i, ttc. ••• ••r WAUS, CilllNOS, FLOOH! fCOMPLITI SIT $1100 floppy Ea*ter For Eisenhower's ThreeGenerntiom AUGUSTA, Ga. .<P— It was a happy Easter for all the ers, from the President and the suit coat tn ft twinkling and whipped from Ms belt—with bnckle Inscribed "Smokey"—« man size six-shooter cap gun. The youngster was Just about «s fast on the draw as a real live cowboy, and the President got a hearty tangh out of It. But President or not. he couldn't Sturdy. 4-r"f. Step ladder Hot quarter inch •Mel «cl«ty rod •nd»r taeh itop WAUPAMt TOOL KIT Contains ill tools needed to hang willpsper. $159 I r»« fnifaltYWOwnl FLOOR Till KIT Includes ill tools you need to Instill floor tile or linoleum. 98' You'll Find 1001 UMI for this Handy 2-Ft. STEP STOOL • Midt of fine-quality, kiln-dried wood • Steel safety rori under each step. • Prt-stnded... ready-to psmt, if desired. AN ACTUAL ^M m ^ka\ *»* $149 VALUE I f«<f> HMvy Cr*p« Pcatr DROP CLOTHS H' 10ili-FT.$IZI ProtaeU fumlturt during elcininf, •te. CM to wtd repMtidly. ••§• $109 • •Mb MIRACLE MEMOIR Clear plastic |lue that drin quickly to hard, strong Wate bond. Small Bottle aterproof. S-Lbi. Plaitic toot -\ CEMENT / [COOK'S and STEEL IPOINTINC TROWEL •OTH 69< COOK'S PAINTS 8 W. BROADWAY Open Fri. Evening* Phone 8-5812 ON PHARMACY PANEL—.flies* men will speak *t GAAOipotiftoivd pro- mm, Tuesday »* 8 p. tri. at West Junior High, From left, E. 8. Willis, Dr. Richard Worcester, W. J. Droste, J. Busscll Dale. Absent when picture was taken William Dick, member of panel.—Staff photo. First Lady right on through to their youngest grandchild In her perky new bonnet. The grandchildren— David, 6, Barbara Anne, 4. and Susan. 2— started the day at the Little White House with a rousing egg hunt' which the President got up to watch shortly after 6 a.m. The grownups went to church ater, and when the President got rome he and David put on their little stunt," as Grandfather El- enhower termed it. It went like his: The President, a big grin on his ace, clapped his hands smartly. )avtd pulled open his navy blue worship at the Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, and they were dressed in their Easter best. So were fheir son John, an Army major, his wife Barbara, and the first Lady's mother, Mrs. John S. Dmid. hat the glass-fiber cat WfB W slender and elegant. The chassis is welded into the Jagy and ftert ts nut ft nfftfijc ssfew used In the whole 1 car. Medora Mcdora Note* MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Loren Gould, Alton, spent Thursday with Mr, and Mrs. James Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Prather and daughters, Patsy and Cathy, East Alton, were guests Saturday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prather. Mrs. Oscar Grlssom spent Friday in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pruitt were down from Hettick Thursday and his mother, Mrs. Roy Pruitt, accompanied them to Jerseyville to see her aged mother, Mrs. D. C. Sect, at the-home of her daughter, Mrs. Gus Heneghan. Mrs. Duane Annis, St. Charles, Mo., was here.Saturday visiting her father. H. E. Challacombe, i and attending the funeral of Mrs. PLUMS fK. WESAYlTMOMESny AMO PCAIM, LOCAL TMDIHARU, t» W2 7414- ALTON, DON'T BE FOOLED THERE'S NO BETTER DEAL . . . ANYWHERE THAN AT ALTON REFRIGERATION COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY NO DOWN PAYMENT When You Trad* Your Old Refrigerator 7.8 Cu. Foot 190 '238" iUY A NEW FRIOIDAIRC FOR ONLY 28' A DAY Irma Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grissom spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Noel, Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krilmmel- bein, Spencer, Wis., arrived Friday and spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes. From here they went to Bunker hill to visit his relatives. Mrs. John Cox, Greenfield, Mrs. Delbert Cox and her mother, Raymond, visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. George Sanders. Gene Sanders, Alton, was also a guest at the Sanders home, Miss Inez Chism was here from St. Louis to spend the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Hope Chism. Clifford Chism returned home Thursday night from Memphis, Tenn., where he had taken Miss Martha Compton back to her duties at the Baptist Memorial Hospital, after a few days' visit here with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Compton. They also visited friends in Metropolis. The meeting in the Medora 4-H club, scheduled for Friday afternoon was postponed to Monday evening. Den I of the Cub Scouts had an egg hunt Saturday afternoon at .the Maurice Wilson home. Funeral Rites Held for Former Medora Woman MEDORA — Funeral rites for Mrs. Irma Rich, were conducted from the Fidelity Baptist Church Saturday afternoon. Rev. Herman Rhoads, Carlinville, officiated, assisted by Rev. Robert Wallace, New Florence, Mo. Burial was in Medora Cemetery. Hymns were sung by Mrs. Deward Johnson and Mrs. • Harold Payne of New Florence, Mo., and were accompanied by Mrs. Muriel Smith of Fidelity. ' The pallbearers were Irvin Spaulding, Stuart Wilson, Fred Rich, Russell Rich, Wayne Challacombe, H. E. Challacombe. Medora City Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, of which Mrs. Rich was a past worthy matron, attended the funeral rites in a body. Mrs. Rich, a former resident of this community, died Wednesday at the home ol her daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Bethel, New Florence, Mo. Union Good Friday Services at Meddra MEDORA— Union Good Friday services were held Friday afternoon at the Summerville Presbyterian Church. Rev. G. W. Compton of the Baptist Church, who delivered the message, was assisted* by Rev. J. J. Seiber of the Methodist Church, Rev. Kenneth Bowers of the Presbyterian Church, and Rev. Eugene Kauffman of Modesto. A quartet from the Baptist Church, composed of Miss Elaine Burke, Miss Dolores Maple, Miss Donna Wise and Mrs. G. W. Compton, sang and Mrs. Compton also sang a solo. A good crowd was in attendance at the service. Surprised on Birthday MEDORA — Mrs. Francis Cunningham was pleasantly surprised with a birthday breakfast Thursday. Guests were Mrs. George Nixon and son, Mrs. Gilbert Hart, Mrs. Ebert Wayman and son, Mrs. Eldon Baker, Nickie and Denny, Mrs. Wilson Mayes, Mrs. Harry Cunningham. Coffee and doughnuts were served. Family Catherine Sunday MEDORA — A gathering of the Charles Hem brow family was held Sunday at the Hembrow home in Medora. Guests were Jack Hembrow, who is attending St. Louis University, Bill Hembrow, a student of St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wise and daughters, Cynthia and Sandra, St. Louis, Charles Hembrow from Joliet where he is employed. Taken to Hovpltal MEDORA ,- Mrs. Eva Carter, who became' ill Friday evening, was taken to Memorial Hospital, Alton, about midnight. . Her nephew. H. V. Shields took her to the hospital, accompanied by Mr«. Beaulah Heiderwhied, who ewe* (or Mrs. Carter, Her son, C. I*. Carter, Springfield, wai to tee her Saturday rooming and lound her condition better. She will be at the hospital for a few days. C»na*U party With air*. Ru*«eU MEDORA — Mrs. Mary Staples, Nameolsi, Mrs. Tina Hughes and Mrs. Vivian Leay, St. Louis, had a potluck lunch with Mrs. Sally Russell Thursday. The women played canasta in the afternoon. Holland now has 32 plants making toilet and cosmetic preparations. SAVE TROUBLE, GET A "DOUBLE" conceal a bit of canght-ln-the-act uneasiness when David's mother, Mrs. John Elsenhower, showed up. "Don't tell your mother," the President said in an aside to his grandson. "Cover up the gun." Back it went fast—Into David's belt, and the blue coat whisked over It. But mother saw it and said to the two of them In a tone of mild and smiling reproach: "This is not much of a religious theme." All of this took place on the lawn In the bright sun in front of the Little White House at the Augusta National Golf Club. The President and Mrs. Elsen- hower had just com* from 9 a.m. Cue 8f«te of of*** A glass wool -factory at Bines- holm, near Halslngborff, has built Sweden's first automobile with a body of glass fibers and plastic material. It Is a 67-lnch-long model molded in one piece o dust-proof material which is said to be stronger and lighter than steel plate. The model Indicates Werrytf FALSE TEETH TCP Gives up to 15% Unexpected Power from Your Engine Blended into Shell Premium Gasoline, TCP releases poit-er "locked in" 6y lead and carbon deposits Greatest Gasoline Development in 31 Years When it % comcs to two - of - a - kind can be a • right saver. Have a "spare" prepared at once! Your engine may be \f>% more powerful than you think. The reason Is this: Lead and carbon deposits are constantly building up In your engine. They lock-In power that you should be getting. These deposits get- red hot and set off the fuel charge ahead of time . . . before the piston reaches Its proper firing position. Power works against you not for you. This condition is called pre-lgnlUon, which automotive engineers consider the biggest cause of power loss. Spark Plug* Short-Circuit You also lose power when these lend and carbon deposits make your spa*rk plugs misfire. Building up on ipark plug insulators, they short-circuit the spark. Both of these power robbers, pre-lgnlUon and short-circuited spark plugs, are at. their worst when you need power most such as climbing a hill or accelerating. Captive Power Reteaaeil Now, however, you can change all this. TCP, a Shell- discovered additive, blended Into Shell Premium Onsollne re- lenses the captive power In your engine. First, It "f (reproofs" the deposits In your combustion chambers—to slop pre-lgnltlon. Second, by mnklng the deposits non-conductive, TCP additive stops the short circuiting of your spark plugs. TCI' AoU Quickly Shell Premium with TCP acts quickly, too. In fact, before you've finished your second tankful, you'll feel your engine's had a tune-up. But, remember, because these deposits accumulate constantly, continued use of Shell Premium with TCP additive Is essential to retain Its full benefits. It In the grentest gasoline development since the discovery of lelrnethyl load. Shell Premium with TCP is nvnllnblc al all Shell Denier Stations. (Adv.) ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT «47 K. BROADWAY Plnl 2-«820 After 5 Call S-2fl«S More people are buying Ford cars than any other make because they have found that Ford gives them more of the things they want —and at the price they want to pay. National new car registration figures* for the latest six-month period available show Ford out front by thousands. • «- «- JtV> jt- \itlnti C " 'I»-f5*f JDl- l4.HK.HV Is America.? Seller/ Head Telegraph Want AjcU Daily ! CARTER BROS, INC. 1400 fait Broadway ALTON, 111. 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