Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 21, 1954
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, 1954 Mvtrtfeed in RcCMI i tnd Good HouaHttptng Ptrf your St/mmer seeing ptons all in one basket. .. QUADRIGA prints and plain colors give you « Summer's Ihwth of fashion for the making. See them now at our fabric counter .., put your frnaginaticfti to work designing Cotton fashions that »re smart, color-gay, easy to care for ... »mJ so easy to afford you can fill vnnr closets! RfmemVwr, x*hen the cotton is Quadriga doth . . . "The girl who Jews has better clothe*." ALtON EVENING TELEGRAPH Quadriga Cloth /Offered At a New Low Price. t > JTELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLJCK" TELEGRAPH WANT \ Janet Tonsor Runner Up Dolores Schuckeiibrock Wins JcrseyKCSpclling Bee JERSF.YVTLLE -Dolores Schuckenhrock, 13. an eighth grade student here at St Francis j Xavier's School, was winner of j the spelling hee sponsored hy j the Jerseyville Council of the I Knights of Columbus Monday evening in their Council rooms. Miss Sehuekenbrock, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bon C. Sehuekenhroek of Jerseyville, Rt. 1. Her teacher is Sister Yvonne. Janet Tonsor, 13. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joe Tonsor of Jerseyville. Rf. 3. was runner- up for the championship. She is an eighth grade student at St. Mary's School at VVeshvooris and her teacher is Miss Jane Munsterman. Both of these girls will fiarti- cipate in the spelling bee to he held May 2 in Carlinville when entries from all eight KC Coun- ADS "CLICK" the Chapter will eom- cils in pete. The contest was open to tho seventh and eighth grade students of St. Krands Xavier's School in .lerseyville and St. Mary's School af \Veshvrxv)s. and ."!t> were entered in the match. "The spell down" continued for some time, finally narrowing dov n to four pirls who fought it out for a lonq period of time. PAG1S Lutherans Sign Contract To Bmhl New Chapel at Jersey SAK! haraway ^ gelee ' to RIMOVi HAIR PROM UPPER LIP Works like a charm! Se qvkk Ml tesy, tttl In a jiffy you can get rid of unsightly, unwanted facial hair...on upper lip, cheek, chin or neck. Haraway Gelee takes out bulb and all-in seconds! Not a wax-not a resin-not » chemical...but a brand new kind of Gelee of vegetable origin...that's pure enough to eat! Only $1.10 M* Mcnl To. COSMETICS .. fMAW FLOOR. JERSEYVILLE - - The Hope Lutheran Church has signed a contract for the construction of their chapel on North Jefferson ; and F:. Exchange St. with Creative Builders of Urhana. .....s I..,,.*, ..i iiuif. 1 The pastor, Rev. Arthur Kaul, Miss Tonsor missed on the word ( stated that work on the edifice •definite" which passed on to:" 1 " begin next week with the Miss Schtickenbrork who spelled ! excavation of the basement, it correctly and then successfully The building is to be spelled "estimate" to win. Bernard Norton, grand knight of the Jerseyville KC Council was master of ceremonies for the evening. The words were pro- Reservoir Again snti; *-^ * f • •» the j f f*rwA/ttfig W r* frr At nun1te.r Wit of nounred by Mrs. Rohert Gledhill and the judges were County Judge John S. Self and O. A. Wilson Jr., eounty Superintendent of schools of Jersey County. Couple Married Here JERSEYVILLE A marriage lieense was issued Tuesday afternoon from Ihe office of County Clerk Edward L. Roady to Gleii Taylor, 19. of Jerseyville and Miss Matilda Teney, 17, of Brighton. The rouple was married by Justice of the Peace Arthur Thatcher at his office that afternoon. ' The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Taylor of Jerseyvillo and the bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Harrison Teney of the Brighton vleinity. Former Resident Here JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Marjorie Carter of Lessburg, Fin., who - was formerly, Miss Marjorie Hanley of Jerseyville, arrived Monday to visit at Ihe home of Mrs. William F. Hanley and with other relatives In this vicinity. She accompanied home Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Carter who relumed this weekend lo their home in Wood River from Florida where they spent the winter. Girl Guides in England are organizing a "Shilling for the Willing" week. 2 Priie Sale! SALESMAN'S SAMPLE DRESSES "ALL FAMOUS NAME" Who made 'em? We're not tellin' . . . Not at this dilly oF a price! You'll find all your favorite fabrics . . . lightweight cottons "Miracle" fabrics seem the lightest rayons, and , . but the price will miracle of all. Fashions.. . Second Floor. REG. $8.95 VALUE REG. $10.95 VALUE REG. $12.95 VALUE REG. $14.95 VALUE REG. $17.95 VALUE 8 SIZES 10 to 20 — 14J to 24J Alton's Leading Department Store EUJOY THE MANY CONVENIENCES OF A CHAKOf ACCOUNT AT , . , modernistic design and will he one of four of this type in the I'nited States, one being in Huntington, W. Va.. one in Pekin. one in Fremont. Nehr., and the Jerseyville chnpel making the fourth, The church will have a full basement with modern kitchen, offrces etc. The Hope Lutheran Church has been holding services in Chapman Hall. Rev. Arthur Haul is the permanent pastor of the eon- gregation and he is also serving ns district evangelist for Southern Illinois. OmnRe Date of IMondmoblle JERSEYVIIJLE - The date of the coming visit of the Red Cross hloodmobile lo Jerseyville has been changed according to announcement made Tuesday by Mrs. William F. Hanley, chairman of the Blood Donor Program in Jersey County. The hloodmohile will come to this city on May 17 and 18 which is a week later than the dates formerly scheduled and It will be sel up at the Baptist Church. The change was made because Hie former dales conflicted with Ihe stale convention of DeMolny Mothers which will be held al the Baptist Church. In (Ireenrielil JERSEYVILLE-Mrs. Jennie Jones spent Easter in Greenfield at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leo Price. The Jailer's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price of Bloominglon, who were also guests at Ihe Price home, accompanied Mrs. Powell back lo Jcrseyvillc. Mr. Robert Price Is a member of the faculty of tho Stale Normal University in Bloominglon. Mushrooms Reported • Heavy on River Islands JERSEYVILLE. - Mushroom hunters have found good picking in the Jersey County area during Ihe past three days, according lo reports received Tuesday. The best hunting, according lo Sheriff II. H. Blackorby Jr., is just now being found on the river islands in the western Jersey locality. One mushroomer, Sheriff Blackorby reported, brought back two 100-pound sacks of the while varieties from an island in the Graflon vicinity. Vrowlern Kntor Station JERSEYVILLE.-P r o w 1 ers broke inlo tho filling station al the junction of State Rt. 100 and 109 sometime early Sunday, according to reports filed Monday at Ihe office of Sheriff H. II. Blarkorby Jr. The prowlers smashed a large window to gain entrance, and aftor effecting an entry apparently changed their minds about robbing the promises and look off without, taking any ilems from the place. The operator!) of the station reported that aside from Ihe broken window, they hnd thus far failed to discover any of their properly missing. Many Kluhnrmcn In Areii JERSEYVILLE. — Ix)cal wardens reported Ihe first large turnout of fishermen in the Mar- quello Park and western Jersey County area during the past weekend. In many localities where orappie were biting tho fishermen were standing in lines along Ihe banks of the river and other tributaries. Jerseyvflle JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. H. E. Barger of Denver, Colo., arrived loday to visit for a week with her grandmothers, Mrs. George C. Cockrell and Mrs. C. M. Hanes of Jerseyville. She will attend a National Convention for African Violet growers to bo held at the Hotel Chase In St. Louis I Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Worthey I returned Sunday from Huntington, W. Va., where they spent a week with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper. En route home they visited in Louisville, Ky. for a lew days. \ Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Sidwell and MI-K. C. Ringhauson of liar- din were guests Easier at the RinghauKon in Jerseyville. Mrs. Nola Lurnley of Jerseyville was also an Easter dinner guest at the Ringhausen home. Mrs. Ellen ConnoJy entertained at a family dinner Sunday at her home here, entertaining for her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Connolly and family. Mrs. Hazel Jarboe of San Antonio, Texas, returned to her home Sunday after a visit with her father, Phil Taylor in Alton, and at the home of Mrs. Lena Kruse in Fieldon. She was called here by the doalh of her aunt, Miss Cora Harmon. Serve curry mayonnaise as a dunk for raw caulflowerets, raw carrot strips and celery wedges. You'll need one to three teaspoons of curry powder for a cup of mayonnaise; Btir together well. Put the mayonnaise in an attractive small bowl in the center of a lazy susan; surround with the vegetables. BUNK ER HILL.-The city again is using water from its reservoir. The rain Thursday adder! enough water for a month's use. Water hnd been hauled from Kast Alton since fan. 4. The present rates will be con- inued for some lime lo take •are of the deficit. Hnsy Wee rlnb Meet* BUNKER HILL. - The Busy Bee Ctuh enjoyed a flower ex- 'hange at the home of Mrs. Al Duccker Saturday afternoon. r»ri/es for games were won hy Mrs. Harold Colhurn. Mrs. Albert Scott and Mrs. Rollo Fen- slermnn. Miss Freda Kelrle will entertain Ihe club In May. ftntflrtaln* Guest* BUNKER HlLL.-Mrs. R. H Finley and sons, of Sallnn, Kan., nnd Mr. and Mrs. R. VV. Fary and family of Mt. Pleasant Mich., left for their homes Monday morning nfler visiting last week with the women's parents tho Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Miller Anolher daughter of the Millers Mrs. David Garrison of Pittsfield, spent Friday and Saturday here. Other Sunday guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Kuethe and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. E Miller. Hunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL.-Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Baker of Peru, Ind., visited over the Easier holidays with •elatlves and friends here. Bill Bunle, student at Ihe University of Illinois, returned lo •hoot loday after spending the Insler vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bunle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sawyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Tames Ponnlngton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dll- ard and children to Edwardsville Sunday where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mirs. Hyde Moomaw. Paul Wisch and daughler, 'aula, visited Wisch's mother, Mrs. Martha Wlsch in Chicago over the weekend. Between 1850 and 10!)0, tho J. S population Increased ovor six-fold—from about 2,'J million Lo 151 million. 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