PACE ram ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1994 Jt-fll KOVKR—Htrt'i (h* Mr*l*M-»nd-nirrAw on Ihnrt tlnrl«i lit J*RU«ft. . . flrnrc-fUllfrlnr HUM «*»i trim r««. »Hh t b««k-*ln Hnntirn f«f mat hip-til. Randy J-fln» f r cnln porkel. . . nc.llr ruffed | r(l . . . all ftlhltned trnm Inni-wnrlnt Cotton f!«h«rdln», Mrrrrrlicd «nd StnUrlt«4. Thirteen «nn-f«»l cnlnrt. 10-20. t.05. SL-»» "8OMD" COTTON TOP—The clitilo rnllnn (op. . . Id hf.ollful •till* (iftlori that mix or milch with Juntrrn tunnltitht*. Fnll-rnl in hnih l«n»th and width. . .non-Mri-trh rri-wncrk. . .m»d« nf flnnl otullly all-combed twa-pljr Collnn yarn. B-M-I,. 5.(IB ALTON Jersey OES Chapter Honors Associate Matron, Patron JKRSEYVJLLE - The .Terwy- ville Chapter Order of Eastern Stm-s. honored its associate patron and associate matron. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oroppel, Tuesday evening in thn Masonic building. Mrs. Ix-tn Seago is worthy malron of the chapter and John Little is the worthy patron. Mrs. Elfreda Barr of Granite City, associate grand rondurtress, was also a guest of tho chapter that evening. Onr hundred and sevenf-five were present for the occasion and as the guests arrived they were presented programs by Ruth Ann Oroppel, daughter of the honorees, and Janet Rhoads. daughter of Mrs. Orvillp Rboads. Mrs. (Jus Roth was registrar for the evening. Mrs. W. Austin Cope, soloist lor tho evening, sang a tribute to Mr. and Mrs Groppel and to all HIP associates present. She was accompanied by Mrs. John G. Flauff. A* Mrs. Groppel advanced to her station she was escorted by a group of Stars who carried silvered star batons with which they formed an arch for Mrs. Groppel. Serving as escorts were: Mrs. Edna Ridenour, Mrs. Leona Schmidt, Mrs. Dorothy Davis, Mrs. Marilyn Welch, Mrs. Hilda Adams and Miss Hilda Krueger. Daring the evening the stations were filled by the following guest officers; Edith Graham of Grafton, associate matron; Fred Graham, Grafton, associate patron; Hazel Young, Kane, secretary; Reda Tapscott, treasurer; Outrageously beautiful . . . star- studdod . . cloud-drifting dresBM to glitter at graduations, proms and all gala gatherings. Nets, taffetas, organdies and many other romantic fabrics .' . . all certain to captivate the heart of any young deb. Formals GRADUATION DRESSES JOS W. 3rd ALTON x-' co/wpurE f / KMDy ro USE POWER GLASS ROD v/ and LEVEL WIND REEL GREATEST "VAlUt PACK£D" OFFER IH y£ARS! KM.V to VndorNtnnd 180 Vuga Book on Fishing for Pleasure COST "»'* Tray EVERY PIECE MADl BY HORROCKS- IBBOJSON CO. World s largest and oldest manufacturers of fine quality fishing »«^ equipment. MCKif BOX |c<Mif s comniu , lk lOCK mJ ITIf FISH MEASURING RULE ON LID, OF BOX jl PLASTIC ROD SACK FAMOUS POWER CLASS ROD Preferred t>.v I.pntllnif AiiKlcrs tlto World Over! LOOK! 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There's a bii>, all metal TACKLE BOX to hold the load of extra equipment you gee in this amazing value. There's noihing else to buy . . . you'll have evcryching you need to DO Jishin' AT ONO:.' These complete fishing kits will go fast... ORDER YOURS NO DOWN PAYMENT $1.00 A WEEK Tiki Your PurciiM With You Agn« Wickfteld Chaper; Tena Holkway, conductress, Calhoun; Charlotte Mitchell, associate conductress, Alton; Hilda Davis, chaplain, New Hope Chapter; Isabel Dieskmann, Marshal, Granite City. John Tapscott, organist, Agnes Wickfield Chapter; Irene Ruyle. Adah, Medora City; Louisa Sitzes, Ruth, Bctholto; Henrietta Warnr>r, Esthfr, Brighton ;• Mildred Iftecker. Martha, Greenfield; Ovpfla Witthoff, Elerta, Wood River; Hattie Rhoades, warder, P 1 ai n v i e w; Owen Rhoades, sentinel, Plainview; Isola ftindler, «oloist and Kenneth Surgpon, color hearer, Calhoun. Refreshments were served in the dining room. Delhi Choir Entertained JERSEYVILLFJ. — Members -)f the rhoir of the Delhi Baptist Churfh and a group of their friends were entertained nt a "Post Easter Party" given Mon- rlay evening by Mr. and Mrs. fJordon Shephard. Music was enjoyed during the j evening and movies were shown. : Refreshments of ire cream, cake and soda were served. Those present were: Mr. and ! Mrs. Gerald Myers and daughter, Dale; Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rogers of Alton; Wynona, Jo Ann, Marjorie Sue and Lewis Ferguson; Judy Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pitrhford and sons, l)nvid, Robert and Michael; Judy and ,)ann Jennings, Hilly i Ruth and Brcnda Myers, Snnrlra | Fra/.ier, Mrs. Clyde Myers and j Jerry Huehnel, Mrs. Lain B. Schneler Rites Ccmdocted \ Funeral services for Mrs. Lulu I B. Schueler. former Alton resi-1 dent, who died at Washington, D.C., were conducted at 2 p.m. today in Sfreeper Funeral Home by Dr. E. .1. Vance, pastor Of First Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs. Alonzo Rosenberger was organist and accompanist for Mrs. .1. P. Bosley, soloist. Pallbearers were Harry Elwell, Ferd, Fred and Oswald Schneler, Joseph Lamm, and Alvin Schroeder. Scientists believe man is the longest lived mammal in the world. WOOD mvm PRESCRIPTION CENTER "8«tvic» lot th» tick* Swim Limit** ttifwltilf ti MElCfWTIONt an* SICKROOM iUMUEf Open: 9 A.M. to ? P.M. Daily Except Sunday. 11 N. WOOD RIVER AVENUE ftN t. ItAMLEY fli.C., Mil. PHONI 4-1623 EMERGENCY scftiwoN Cjfl 4-4700 Salads, mousses and perfaits may be frozen in molds. Pour the mixture to be frozen into the molds, after rinsing them In cold water. Seal with a strip of cloth that has been rubbed well with melted butter or lard. Bury the mold in equal parts of ice and salt /or three or four hours. Wash your children's scarsuck- er or corduroy clothing soon nfter they are soiled. Allow the seersuckers to dry on a hanger. Corduroys do not have to be ironed. 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