Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 28, 1954
Page 17
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WEbNEStUY, APftlL 28, 1954 , Kldrml ELDRED ~ Mr. and Mr*. Rov ALT6N EVENING TELEGRAPH children of St. Louis spent Sim day here as guests of Mr. «m Mrs. Earl Newman. J. Logan attended parent'* week- j Sunday guests of Mrs. Leli: end at Blackburn College, Car-1 McConneH and mother. Mr? linville. where their son. Richard ' Mary Schild, wet* Mr. and Mi* i? a senior. i Walter Gray. Mrs. Edna McCon Mr. and Mrs. Win Hicks and! nell and Henry Notehouse of St. 0«N FRIDAY NlGMt TlU NINE. SHM POLISH Mr. and Mrs. Lynus ho moved to East Alton last t»ar from EMral. have pttrehas- d the William Goans property n the west part of Carrollton >hich they are now omrpyinR. Mr. Benner is a retired carpenter. Mrs. Verfton Reger of Houston. Texas, is spending a few weeks with her mother. Mrs. Ira Dav- idson. Mrs. Louis Langer will be hostess to the April meeting of the k*al Mother's Study Club at her home at 2 p. m. next Wednesday. The EWred Parent-Teacher's Association held its monthly meeting at the school Monday evening. An art exhibit of work done by the students of the unit w a s displayed. Refreshments wtth fW$ magie nmw CLtANtKI tpota, food soils, animal mishaps, «M-in miwrtml Sprinkl* brwili !N, wicuwn off I wtr to brigbi, cWn •TlMtMrt Self-Service HARDWARE & VARIETY 636 East Broadway ALTON Lou Furtwpnglcr Owner "She's plumb crazy to many an Army man !" Neighbor » were wreng! Read the •xeluitvt Journol story of tht tli«nhow»r»' marriage! I On their honevmoon, the Eisenhowers had their first— and worst— quarrel, which showed Mamie that her husband couldn't be bullied. It taught Ike to I* firm, but never casual, with hi* wife. From then on, it was a real partnership! Ike burned the midnight nil for a career everyone thought was dead. And "butterfly" Mamie learned to cope with everything, from commanding officers and Con- t gressmen to bats, bedbugs and baby care in the Canal Zone. 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