Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1954 · Page 8
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 20, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH iety... the bride and "Bud" Turner, cousin of the groom. Following the wedding « reception was hold at the rhurrh. The bride's table was decorated with bouquets of white pansies with silver candlesticks holding white tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will reside in Carrolllon. Mrs. Reynolds will graduate this year from the Carrol lion Community Unit High School. Mr. Reynolds attended the Jerseyville Community Unit High School and is employed on the farm of Robert Price, oast of Carrollton. MISS SPAETH The engagement of Miss Jacqueline Lee Spaeth, daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Spaeth, 8850 Alva Ave. ( Nor- nandy, Mo., to Michael Peter IVhoukaleff, son of Mr. and Urs. Peter M. Tchoukaleff of i24 Washington Ave., was nadc known Sunday at a buffot inner given by the parents of lie bride-to-be at their home. Members of the immediate amilies were in attendance. The home was decorated with spring flowers. Two Easier bunnies holding a scroll decorated the mantel In the living room, and a similar Iheme were used in the appointments of the table in the dining room. The names of Michael and Jackie appeared on the scroll. A late August wedding is planned by the couple. Mr. Tchoukaleff is a graduated of Western Military Academy, and is a senior at Westminster College, Fulton. His fraternity is Sigma Alpha En- silon. Miss Katherine Tchouka- leff, who is studying voice In New York, is a sister of the prospective bridegroom. Miss Spaeth is « graduate of St. Joseph's Academy, St. Louis, and is a senior at William Wood College, Fulton, Mo. She has a brother, Donald Gene Spaeth, who is a student at Normandy Junior High School. Manns-Fowler Wedding At St. Mary'* The marriage of Harold J. Manns and Miss Marian Jeanetle Fowler, who engagement was made known late last summer, will be married Saturday morning, April 24, at. 10 o'clock in St. Mary Church, Fourth and Henry St. with tho Rev. Anthony Schmidt officiating. The parents of the prospective bride 1 , Mr. and Mrs. Dorris A, Fowler, 301 Virginia Ave., Bethalto, will entertain with a reception and breakfast at Westerner Club following the wedding. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend, from 11 to 2 o'clock. Brannan-lteynolrift Wedding Saturday Miss Dar.lene Brannnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Brannan of Eldrort been me the bride of Paul Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds of Kane in a double ring wedding ceremony performed Saturday evening nl 7 o'clock in the Carrolllon Baptist Church by the Rev. Robert Wagcner. The candlelight ceremony took place in the sanctuary of the church before an altar banked with white Easter lilies, palms and greenery. Miss Kathleen Varble sang "1 Love You Truly" and "Because" preceding the ceremony. Afler tho wedding, Miss Varble sang "The Lord's Prayer". Miss Nita Ford organist was accompanist and played the wedding marches. The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of French Chantilly lace, with a tight fitting bodice, and long sleeves tapering to a point over the hand with tiny satin button trim. The same button trim was used on the back of the bodice which was fashioned with a sweetheart neckline. The bouffant skirt was worn over a hoop. Her finger lip veil of nylon tulle was held in place with a coronet of tiny nylon flowers and simulated orange blossoms, and her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid, Miss Norma Talley, Carrollton, wore a shell pink strapless dress of nylon tulle over tafleta. The skirt was worn over a hoop and the dress was completed with a jacket of lace. Her hat was fashioned of blossoms of nylon with a tiny veil. She carried a shower bouquet of blue Japanese iris. Miss Karen Wagener. cousin of the bride, was flower girl and her gown was floor length and fashioned of yellow nylon tulle over taffeta with a bodice of Chantilly lace. The tulle formed small ruffles down the skirt and was fastened at intervals with tiny orchid velvet bows. She wore a lace half hat and carried a tiny basket of rose petals. The candle!ighters were Miss Connie Brannan, sister of the bride and Miss Judy Wagener, comin of the bride. The best man was Gilbert Turner of Kane and the ushers were Gene Wagener, uncle of M188 REKD Announcement has been made of the engagement ot Miss Sharon Reed to Lee II. Stampe, only son of Mr. and Mrs. If. S. Stampe of .Shlpmmi. Miss Reed is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Reed of Bethnllo, nnd resides with her grandmother in Charleslon. 111. The prospective lirirle, « former student at McKendrco College, Lebanon, 111., is om- ploycd as secretary to II, Og- rien Brainard, Attorney, Charleston, Mr. Slflmpe Is a student nl the University of Illinois, Cham- paign-Urbnna. Hoftstettcr-lloRdy Wertfllnjc In Stnunlon Miss Hilda Roady, daughter of Mrs. Effie Rondy of Jerseyville, became the bride of Pvt. Gcirald Hoffstolter, son of Mi-, and Mrs. Wilbcrl Hoffstetter of Fieldon, in a ceremony which took place at 7 o'clock Easier Sunday evening at the Zlon Lutheran Church in Staunton, III. The Reverend Arthur Kaul, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church of Jerseyville olfidalrri nt. the rites, using HIP flotible dug service. Attendants for the couple were Miss Gernldine Hoffstel- tcr, sister of the groom, and Howard Ronriy, brother of 1he britle. The bride is a graduate of the Jersey Community High School finishing with the class of 1953. She has been a student in the School of Nursing at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis until she discontinued her sludies recently to complete plans for her wedding. Pvt. Hoffstetler wns also graduated from the local Hish School us a member of (hn class of HMD and wns n Senior H! HIP Missouri School of Minrs in l{olln, Mo. when IIP onter"(l military service. He has just ronipleied his basic training nt Camp Chaffer. Ark., and is l>o- ing transferred to Augusta. Ga. for training in Radio Work. His bride will accompany him to his new station. St. rotor* Twin* ChrlMtanrd Kiisler .loan Marie and Janice Marie, twin daughters of Mr. ami Mrs. Robert E. St. Pele-rs of llL'lt Logan St., were christened by the RPV. Brendan Keane in SS. Peter and Paul's (Old Cathedral I Church Easier Sunday. The hahps wore born March 19 in St. Joseph's Hospital. Leonard St. Peters Jr., Brentwood, Mo., and Miss Miriam Barr of Philadelphia, Pa., are sponsors tor Jonn Marie nnd •Leonard St. Petprs Sr., and Mrs. Albert 11. Waters are godparents of Janice Marie. Leonard Si. Peters Sr., is the babes' grandfather and Leonard St. Peters Jr., is Joan Marie's and Janice Mane's uncle. Miss Barr was unable to be in Alton for the christening, and Mrs. Leonard SI. Peters Jr., served as proxy. Webster Groves Students To Visit Wednesday Students from Webster Groves Senior High School will be guests of the Alton PoMoUiy and Rainbow members ai a covered dish dinner at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in I he banquet hall of Franklin Masonic Temple. Mrs. iJorothy Weirich, instructor in English and speech at Webster Groves High School will accompany the Missouri students who will hold a panel discussion at 8 o'clock in the lodge i-ooms on "Is This a Man's World?" This year's dinner meeting Will be the fifth visit of the Webster Groves students to Alton. During the evening members of the DeMolays and Rainbows will cast their ballots to select five girls who will be contestants in the 1954 DeMolay-Rain- bow Sweetheart Contest. Candidates are the Misses Carol TUESDAY, APRIL 2&,1954 \ DE MOLAY - RAINBOW DANCE drevl/ Franklin Masonic Temple as an annual East dents, and students home from college for by officers of the DeMolays and Rainbows MR. AND MRS. GLENN A. KEIRLE wore mar ricd Saturday afternoon in the Evangelical and Reformed Church with the Rev. Leonard Todrl officiating. Before her marriage Mrs. Keirlc was Miss Marilyn llahum.—Photo by Jack Folmer. Cousley, Dolores Gubser, Marilyn Neese, Barbara Lindsay, JoAnn Slanderer, Kay Hunt, Doris Deucker, Mary I mi Davis, Janet Allen, Diana Bos- nflk nnd Gerry Rousseau. Tho queen, to be selected from the five candidates selected on Wednesday night, will be crowned during the annual sweetheart coronation dance May 15. Club With Miss Brown Thursday Night Thursday Evening Bridge Club will meet April 22 with Miss L. Mildred Brown, 1217 West. Ninth St. During the lentcn season the club did not meet. Stamper Family Dinner At (Jmlfrey Banter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stamper of Godfrey observed the fifty- fourth anniversary of their marriage with a dinner Enstcr. Among (he .'15 relatives in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Slnmner's dnughler. Mrs. Frank (Bernlce) Waller, nnd four sons, Milton, John, Paul nnd Richard Stamper. Mrs. Eugene (Margaret) Blair of Columbus, O., was unable to be with her parents on the occasion of their wedding anniversary. Table appointments were in gold nntl white, nnd an anniversary cuke was used in the decorative scheme. Mr. and Mrs. Stumper received gifts. Mr*. H r:unls, (iriillnn, Mrs. Bertha Brands of Grafton wns surprised last evening on the occasion of her 72nd birthday. Pinochle wns played, and lunch was served by Mrs. Arthur Wilson nnd Mrs. Erlilh Brands who arranged the social event. Mrs. Brands was presented with birthday gifts. Mrs. Walter Erwin, Mrs. Wayne Ririenour, Mrs. Kdilh Plummer. Mrs. Lawrence Allen. Mrs. Clnurle Marshall, Mrs. Margaret Burns and Mrs. Wilbur Wallace were in attendance, nnd Mrs. Erwin, Mrs. Rerlhii Brands, Mrs. Edith Brands and Mrs. Marshall were awarded prizes. Thetii Khn Kpsllon Party TliPta Rho Epsilon Sorority had a parly Saturday nt the home of Miss Darlenc Van Hoy, ,'i801 Wesleni Ave., and pledges were in attendance. Refreshments were served, The sorority will meet this evening with Miss June McKelvey. 2409 Amelia St. Wedding At I'riUreUnvn Miss Al\ ina Eden and Melvin Hi'iischen will be married Sunday, April :'C). at 2:30 (DST) o'clock in SI. Peter's Lutheran Church. Pniirietown. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the wedding. Pro-Nuptial Tarty Hold U*t W^k ' Miss Esther Aljets and Miss Audrey Rust onicrtiiinod with fl pre-nuptial shower last week honoring Miss JoAnn Holier, who on Sunday afternoon became the bride of Herbert Lesemann Jr. .' Gifts of a miscellaneous nature were presented I'd' the Riiost of honor. Games were enjoyed by the 25 guests, .and refreshments were served. II. Chapter. I'. B. O. Marks Anniversary • IL Chapter, P. E. O. S.ister- hood, met Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and • Mrs. Clyde C. Campbell, 714 Kuclid Place, and members of CJG Chapter were guests. : '. ' : .. • JL Chapter marked its firf t anniversary, nnd during the program n play, "First Year Impressions" was presented, The piny was written and directed by Mrs. Charles Schoene. Decorations were In yellow and white, nnd the lea table wns crnlered with an arrangement of narcissus. Mrs. W. C. Thnyer and Mrs. Robert S. Mar.Duff poured, and Mrs. It. Clark Foster wns at. the cnkn tnlilc. Hostesses were Mrs. Cnmp- holl, Mrs. Kline B. Grigsby, Mrs. Dudley F. Giberson and Mrs. Richard A. Cousloy. ' The next meeting, on May H, will ho nt. the homo of Dr. nnd Mrs. Hubert L, Allen, 426 Bellcvicw Ave. C'o.v Infiuit Christened Kimtnr Sunday Mfiry Lydin Cox, daughter of Mr. Hiid Mrs. Orbie R. Cox, . 512 Mel/.ger AVP., Wood River, wns christened at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon in SI. Bernard's Church, Wood River. The Rev. E. J. Douglas officiated. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Rhodes were sponsors for the baby, who has n sister, Barbara Ann, 15 months. Grandparents of Mary Lydia nnd Barbara Ann are Mr. nnd Mrs, E. J. Juncau of Wood Riv- or, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Cox of Inglewood, Calif. IMIarollnnemi* Shower For Ml** Crlm Miss Julia Crim, whose marriage to Don McClintock will lake place nt 10 o'clock Saturday, April 24, wns honored last evening nt n party given at the. Westerner Club by Miss Jane Kahman, Mrs. George Shust and Mrs. Robert C. Voss. Rob - your - neighbors was played, nnd refreshments were served. IXills representing a bride nnd bridesmaid were used in the decorative scheme. Mrs. Merville F.. Doyle Jr.. Mrs. Thomas J. Burke Jr., and Mrs. Frances Roth wore awarded prizes. Dinner Sumliiy For Kansas Visitors Airman First Class W. Rail- Ion Gleason, Mrs. Gleason, and daughter, Jeanne, of Wichita. Kans., spent Easier Sunday visiting with Airman Gleason's brother-in-law nnd sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Mackelden, 2208 Holland Ave, A family dinner wns served and in the afternoon an Easter egg hunt was enjoyed. Guests were Mrs. Louis Rob- bi'ns, sister of Airman Gleason nnd Mrs. Mackeldrn, Mary I/wisp and Sharon Ray Robbins, Tommie, Ray Jr., Florence and Mary Mackelden. Airman and Mrs. Gleason left Sunday night to return 1o Wi- chila, and Joanne Gleason remained with Mr. and Mrs. Mfiekelden and family for several weeks visit, (ilttdloliit Society AI llmltum Home Edwardsville Gladiolus Society will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dodson at their home in Godfrey Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. After a covered dish dinner, for members and their families, Truman May, Madison County farm advisor, will speak on "Soil Problems In This Area". Junior Social Dance Ticket* Available Tickets for the formal dancing party to be held May 21 will be available during Junior Social Dancing classes Friday night at the Young Women's Christian Association. Tickets must be purchased during class periods. The annual formal dance, which will bring to a close MR. AND MRS. HERBERT LESEMANN JR., were marircd Easter Sunday evening in the Emmaus Lutheran Church, Dorsey, with the Rev. Hans Brus officiating. Mrs. Lesemann is the former Miss JoAnn Heuer.—Klopmeier photo. Personal Notes Matthew L. Monks of Dublin, Ireland, arrived Monday for an indefinite stay with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Monks, of <lfM East, Tenth St. Monks visited in Alton about three years ago and while here formed a wide acquaintance. Kenneth A. Burge Jr., of 439 Bclleview Ave., has returned to the University of Illinois, Cham- paign-Urbann, after spending Easter at homo. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Milnor of Kenilworth, 111., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Ryrie Milnor and family of 1421 State St. Bobby Fleming, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milan Fleming, 302 East Thirtpenth St., returned home Monday from Alton Memorial Hospital following the rc- movnl of his lonsils. Mrs. Bornndine Callnhnn hns returned to Tulsa, Okln., after a four day visit wild her pnr- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Volner, 1400 Liberty St. Mrs. John DelonR of Bethnlto has returned home from Carbon- ddlp, 111., whore she was the guest of her son and dnughtpr- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Collins are parents of a son, John Elmer Collins the Second. The bnbe, the couple's first child, was born April 7. Mrs. Cecilo Knetger of Kirkwood. Mo., spent Monday with relatives andi friends in Alton. Mrs. Knolgcr formerly resided in Alton, Mr. nnd Mrs. William H. Fold- wisch of 1024 Washington Avo., are enjoying a stay in the west, and visiting their daughter, Miss Martha Feldwisch, a student at. (he University of Arizona, Tuc»on, Mr. and Mrs. Feldwisch left April 11, making the trip by automobile. Their travels will include a stay in Mexico. Tom Speight has resumed his studies at State Junior College, Trindnd, Colo., after spending Easier with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Speight, 2021 Country Club drive. Rirths Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waters of 1114'i McKinley Blvd., are parents of a son, their first, child. The baby was born at 8:12 a. m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing five pounds and seven ounces. Mrs. Waters was before IIPT marriage, Miss Phyllis Taulli. The name of Julie Rae has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMillian of 8 Worden C!.. for a daughter, their first child. The baby, weighing seven pounds and three ounces, was born at 6:05 a. m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Me- Millian is the former Miss Nancy Voss. Their second child and son was born at 3:13 a. m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Everett O'Pell of 612 East Eighth St. The baby weighs Mrs. Lilly to Give Review A p r i 130 Janet. Watson Auxiliary will present Mrs. Emily Kimhall Lilly of St. Louis in a book review Friday, April 30, 1:30 o'clock, in First Presbyterian Church, Fourth and Alby St. After the review tea will be served. Mrs. Lilly will present "Family Portrait" by Lenore Coffee and William Joyce Cowan. Mrs. Lilly, wife of John F. Lilly, chairman of the board of the St. Louis County National Bank in Clayton, received her A. B. decree from the University of Wisconsin and an M. A. degree in speech from Northwestern University. She is well- known in the St. Louis area as a reviewer, and her programs are anticipated with pleasure by persons who have heard her give reviews. Mrs. William Bengel is chairman and Mrs. D. T. Schuwchow is co-chairman of the committee on arrangements. Mrs. Kenneth Burge is program chairman and Mrs. Albert L. Marth. publicity chairman. Mrs. Donald S. Bottom and Mrs. George Hine are in charge of tickets. Other members of tho ticket committee arc Mrs. James Adams, Mrs. Mason M. Randlo, Mrs. J. Russell Dale, Mrs. James K. McBurnoy. Mrs. Harold Carter, Mrs. Eugene K. ElfKOn. Mrs. J. Ellis Mann, Mrs. Harry Stock, Mrs. R. R. Richardson. Members of (he lea committee are: Mrs. E. J. Vance, Mrs. Peter M. Tchoukaleff, Mrs. A. C. Barr, Mrs. E. J. Krupp, Mrs. R. H. Breyfogle, Miss Emma Horn, Mrs. .7. B. Hayes, Mrs. Thomas Akin, Mrs. William Feldwisch, Mrs. Floyd W. Flexon, Mrs. Paul Vine, Mrs. Richard Cousley, Mrs. J. Palmer Hawkins, Mrs. Edward Lindsay, Mrs. II. L. Boyer. Mrs. Frank Finlay, Mrs. A. T. Bivens, Mrs. Victor Koenig, Mrs. LeRoy W. Rubright, Mrs. Clyde Sohmocllor and Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal. BYF Feted Sunday at Rosewood Heights ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS. -The Christian Homcmakcrs Class of the Rosewood Heights Baplist Church served an Easter breakfast to approximately 36 members of the Baptist Youth Fellowship following sunrise services Sunday. Prior to tho breakfast, the Junior BYF presented a play. Mrs. Betty Anderson is group spon- Two Subjects Up For Discussion "Alcohol" and "Your Child" will be the dual subjects for discussion at thfe Young Women's Association Public Affairs Committee meeting Thursday, April 22. A panel of three will discuss the first subject "alcohol." They are to be Mrs. Samuel Nickell, Mrs. Leo Woods, and Mrs. Stan- Icy Bock. These women attended a week's study course on "Alcohol and Christian Responsibility", last summer at McKendree College. An address on "Your Child" is to be given by Police Lieutenant S. Harold Roberts. The meeting will be held from 1 to 3 p. m. Thursday at the YWCA with Mrs. Stanley Beck as acting chairman. By holding fetes and collecting salvage, girls at Southwick England) Secondary School have raised $5,600 to build a swimming pool. Mrs. Groshong Head of Alton Little Theater Mrs. F.dward D. Groshong was elected president of Allon Little Theatre Monday night, during a meeting held at (he Young Men's Christian Association. Other officers elected were Delmas Jouell, vice-president; Miss Kd- na Howard, secretary, and Miss Jane Black, treasurer. Miss Dorothy Colonius gave a demonstration of a make-up of n clown as the evening's program. The organization will close the 1953-1954 season with a picnic and family get-together, Sunday, May Id at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Groshong, 830 Willoway, East Alton. Mrs. Delmas Jouctt. Mrs. Earl J. Gifford and Mrs. Groshong will plan the menu, and Mrs. C. O. Schenlc and Mrs. G. Eugene Bailey will arrange a program. Past Commanders Night Held at Masonic Temple Belvidere Commandery No 1 . 2, Knights Templar held a past eomamnders night Monday at the Atlon Mason Temple, 218 Stale SI. Order of the Temple was conferred by the Past Commanders upon a candidate. Filling offices for the evening were Rudolph Krotz, Andrew N. Brenner. Wilbur H. Gehring. Lester H. Parker. Elmer L. Barnet). Frank K. Harris, Rowan S. Atteborry, Fred O. Ellis, Wayne B. Cox. William L. Krotz, Charles P. Smith and Vincent M. Transue. Following the degree work a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Venezuela is to have a $1,200,000 powdered milk plant in the State of Zulia. Eire's "depression of 1952" is a thing of the past, Eamon de Valera said in Cork. six pounds and 15 ounces. Their other son, James Everett, will be six-years-old next August. dancing classes for the year, will be held at the Onzieri Club. Jean McCormick's band will play. Honored At Sorolty Party Alpha chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority had a rushee party Monday night at the home of rJ Miss Quindara Paddock, 503 George St., and the Misses Eleanor Palin, Margaret Schoenborn and Marjorie Stone were guests. An Easter egg hunt and the playing of cooties formed entertainment, and lunch was served. Rushees will be entertained April ','6 at a hamburger fry. The event will be held at the home of Miss Emma Bean. DON'T MISS OUR OPEN HOUSE THURS..FRI.-SAT. APRIL 22, 23, 24 FREE GIFTS For Everyont - PLUS Big Grand Prin SKELGAS RANGE ALTON SktltM ft Htiting U5« Wuhljuton 4v* Alton— Pbone 8-gTfS Complete Flower Service For Your Wedding Designed Especially for red 8y INBT Kinad . M0*M a large crowd Saturday night at er time attraction for high school stu- the holiday. The grand march was led their guests.—Photo by Jack Erwin. and MRS. WANDA JENNINGS, Missouri's candidate for "Mrs. America", smiled happily to well-wishers as she boarded a plane with her family at St. Louis Lambert Municipal Airport Monday. Mrs. Jennings, former Alton resident, is the wife of Mansfield Jennings, a chemist at Shell Oil Co.'s Wood River refinery. "Mrs. America" will be chosen at a national contest at Elinor •Village, Fla., April 20-25. Accompanying Mrs. Jennings on the trip ari her husband and 8-year-old son, Mike. She was chos Churches Mid-week servic Wednesday evenin at First Baptist C lurch Business and Pro en's Organization will be in charge. Woman's Depa Reorganized Church Christ, Latter D{ meet at Fifth Ave., Wood Rlvijr evening, 7:30 o'cli n "Mrs. Missouri" in a recent contest. o will be held K, 7:30 o'clock, and the essional Wom- of the church tment of Hie of Jesus, y Saints, will and Lorena Wednesday ck. Mrs. O. C. Thomas will be in charge cf devotionals, and Mrs. Edward Joy will give a book review. Mrs. Wilbur Smith and Mrs. Earl Woodrum will be hostesses. There were only 42,181 frnn- chised new car dealers in th« United Slates in 1954 compared to 47,336 before World War n. The United States produced about 736,000 tons of iron in 1854, an amount that it could make in about three days today. IF you use Sheets... you need Laundry Service You need no with heavj sheets, table slips and shirt We will those shirts for just a Saves time, health less difficult, women are tical approach Why don't wash ycu onger struggle bar d-to-do loths, pillow- and iron flat pieces cents each. Protects your makes washday Hundreds of this prac- to washday. ind few using OTHER HELPFUL SERVICES Let Us Do Your • Shag Rugs • Spreads • Drapes • Slip Covert • Blankets "OUR TBVOJ1EN' PRV CLEANING will imfci clotbe« « TOOK CLEANER" FRCC PICK-UP ANP OILIVCRY SKRVICC 909IAST IIOADWAY DIAL3-U77

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