Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 Cottage Hills Church Holding Revival Meet COTTAGE HILLS. — Revival services are being conducted each evening this weefr at 7:30 at the Assembly of God Church by the Rev. Emory Hipp of Granite City. The Rev. Mr. Hipp will sing and play the guitar in addition to speaking each night. 20 So\n CTittrrh COTTAGE HILLS. - Twenty sett&ia b*can» rnemhors of the Assembly of God Church on Easter, according to the Rev. Maurice Burgund. pastor.' The church Sunday school broke an attendance record on Easter ^hen an attendance of 333 persons was registered. Vtetti Parent* Easter COTTAGE HILLS.-Miss Mary Williams, daughter of Justice of the Peace and Mrs. Verdell Williams, visited her parents on Easter vacation from Notre Dame High School in St. Louis. Two Of Miss Williams' classmates Suzanne Pescay of New Orleans, La., and Evelyn Pobin of Brook Haven, Miss., accompanied her to Cottage Hilts. A wiener roast In honor of the two guests was held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Club grounds during the vacation. Other guests were: Iris Grable of Cottage Hills; Judy Doolen of Bethalto; Alice and Irene Jansen of Alton and Judy Reydon of Roxana. Brownies Meet COTTAGE HILLS. - Brownies of Troop 62 started work on gifts to be presented to their mothers on Mother's Day, at their meet- Ing Wednesday afternoon at the grade school. Eva Cason, newly elected president, presided at her first meeting as head of the troop. Churrh Plans Canvass COTTAGE HILLS. — Members of Concordia Lutheran Church plan to canvass Collage Hills May 2 to seek prospective members of the church. A similar canvass will be conducted the same day by the Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto. Bethalto .mnodyqsf Sou..calto Postcards Show Alton, England Has High St. Too Postcard views of streets In Alton. England, were in display t City Hall today. The souvenir ards were mailed to Miss Helen Yeothan. deputy City Comptrol- er. Felix Boschert. clerk of court, and other officials by Mrs. .*von Gossett, the former Grace Jleier, who with her husband las been several years abroad, s. Gossett formerly was deputy registrar in the office of the Alton city clerk. One card showed a view of High street, the other of Normandy street, and he writer commented "Pretty as can be." Alton (111.) the directory shows, has a couple of High streets, including one just east of the Upper Alton section. But it appar- •ntly has no Normandy street ike the English city of the same name. Coffee Hour Set Sunday For U.S. Senator Douglas An informal coffee hour will e held for United States Senator Paul H. Douglas on Sunday, rom 3 to A :30 p.m. In the Alton room of Hotel Stratford. Senator Douglas (D.), who is running for re-election from III- nois, will meet informally with citizens of Alton. The meeting is open to the public. •A cream wax, used on kitchen furniture, will help to keep colors from fading. It will also protect it from scuffs and scratches. About 55 per cent of U.S. births took place in hospitals in 1940 compared to 88 per cent in 1950. Niw Jtlly-Liki Formula Knteks Bakid Grits* Off Oven Surfaces "ITS" Is the name of a new oven cleaner that restores oven surfaces to grease-free newness without scraping or scrubbing. The substance Is brushed on, allowed to stand, then wiped clean with water. "ITS" oven cleaner Is available at Young's tor $1 and this Includes a plastic brush. "ITS" Is non-inflammable and spectacular In performance. Adv. AFTER-EASTER BOOK SALE! ADULT and JUVENILE Reg. $1.00 to $3.50 NOW 59c Reg. $2.00 to $3.95 NOW 79c Reg. $3.50 to $5.00 ..... Little Golden Book*. Reg. 25c 3 io r 59c 98c,.'F Settlement Cook Book Reg. $2.95 $1.59 ALTON EVENING tELEGRAPH Christian Church Elect! Officers at Medora M E D O R A.—Officers were lected at the business meeting eld Sunday afternoon at the Christian Church. Those elected were: trustees. IHarence Doyle. 3 years. Ed Rar- ahall, 2 years. Grville Cameron, me year: church work, Mrs. lenry Harding: treasurer. Heny Harding: financial secretary, Mrs. Clarence Doyle; Sunday chool superintendent, Ed. Bar- aball; assistant, Bernard Spur*eon; secretary. Bill Pruift, and issistant, Dorothy Mae Camron. A committee, composed of Bill 'ruitt, Darrell Terry and Oar- nee Shepard, was appointed to Iraw up by-laws. Members voted to build a new •wptistry. two robing rooms to used also as classrooms, fur- lace room and two rest rooms. An effort will be made to raise 1,300 on dedication day to cover he cost of the land and the ad- Iftion. One hundred new seats or the church will also be purchased. Outstanding Christian Student MEDORA.-Miss Martha Compton, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Compton of Medora, who is In nurse's training; at the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Memphis, Tenn.. has been selected ,, as one of the top five outstanding Christian students. At a banquet this evening one of the five will be announced as the 1954 "Lady of the Links." Miss Compton will graduate June 3. PAG6TRM38 SPECIAL PURCHASE! SPECIAL VALUE! * i Here's a different kind of snack: Cover slices of bread with processed cheesr. thinly sliced. Top with canned apple slices and.a sprinkling of brown sugar and cinnamon. Broil until the cheese begins to melt. Serve at once with coffee or tea for grownups, milk or cocoa for small fry. When you have some extra chicken stock, try cooking rice in it. 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Majority of the sets consisting of 26 pieces .., including 6 knives, fi forks, 6 tablespoons, 6 teaspoons, 1 butter knife, and 1 sugar spoon, Also some 24 M and 30-piece sets but all at the same SENSATIONAL LOW PRICE1 24-26-30-PIECE SETS IN HANDSOMELY EMBOSSED CHEST Reg. $29.95 and $39.95 Values FOUR CHOICE PATTERNS TO GRACE THE FINEST TABLES • W1NFIELD • DELIGHT • MANSFIELD • SHELTON FOR HOME USE FOR WEDDING GIFTS FOR MOTHER'S DAY Main Floor A wire winner in any con- teat . . . our party gay, practical cover-up that's bound to keep you fresh and crisp . . . from bake to cake! Wear it for entertaining too — it looks right anywhere! PILLSBUFY STM GRAND NATIONAL AWARD APRON COLORS: BLUE, BLACK SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE 104-106-W. THIRD Ph. 3-8851 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS Not Exactly As Shown FIRMLY CONSTRUCTED CHEST COVERED WITH EMBOSSED LEATHERETTE INCLUDED WITH THIS OUTSTANDING OFFERI SEE ITI . . . COMPARE IT! Charge it! PHONE AND MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED YOUNG'S BASEMENT HOUSEWARES DEPARTMENT 105-1 Oft W. THIRD 1'h. 3-885 L Basement Alton's Leading Department Store One group three-quarter length sleeve cotton striped blouses—Long sleeved oxford cloth blouse—and long sleeved chambray blouse. Broken sizes in dark and pastel Reg. $5.95 value *.} Western style Shirts in pastels, check ginghams, and broadcloth. Sizes 30 to 38, Reg. $4.98 value tAG* OPEN FRIDAY NITE TIL 9 One group Double Woven Cotton and Double Woven Nylon GJoves. All purpose length. Broken sizes in white, navy and black. Values to $2.98. One group Rayon Gloves ... 8 button length. Broken sizes in dark shades. COMPLETE LINE OF FINEST ACCESSORIES... MAIN FLOOR t Assorted styles in Patents, Faille, and leather. Spring colors, Reg, $10,00 value • On* group of leather and Cordt Bags, Asserted styles and colors. Reg. 17.95 value Evening Bags in novelty pouch and dutch ftylM. Gold, silvtr, pawley, and leather. Reg, $2,98 value 44 Lightweight and lovely Aworttd Patterns and Colors in Ladies' Hankie.. flegru/orr IS« vaJut Popular and cool summer White Jewelry in matching Necklaces, Earrings, and Bracelets. $1.00 value. One group ol asserted stone, simulated pearl, and tailored Costume Jewelry. Regular $1.50 values. YOUR CHOICE , , , 2 PCS. FOR $ 1°° Novelty Neckwear and Stoles—Asserted neck and hood scarfs, beauiiiui selection. fleg, $2,98 va/ue

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