Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 28, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 »» i At Mederf* . — A Mother and ffltt «rm foe held at Dinner, thp Bethcl feap1ii;t Churrh on Thursday evening. May fi, .«pon- sored hy the Esther Class. Thr r.«, fol- in Program — ' Mrs. Herscrml Downtown Value Days THIIRSIW FRin«V-SITURDAV APR. 79-30 KAY 1 SHOE CLEARANCE IttClAl CIOUM Of NATIONAUT ADVI IHOIS MOM fttOULA* STOCK Dtastically Deduced/ All «|XM lint not In every style The STYLES opera*, (miter Ming*, mindnls, anklet*. Th« LEATHERS calfskin, patent, rnenh, combination*. The COLORS Red, Navy, Black, Honey Beige, Avocado Green, Alabaitcr, , Fritz. Mrs. Meredith Thomas, ! Mrs. Vern Searles, Mrs. Wllhnr I Gibson, Mrs. Neta WhifJock; kitchen — Mrs. Lester Gross. Mrs. William Carroll. Mrs; By] ron Ruyle, Mrs. Hud Rirhey. I Mrs. Ray Willis, Mrs. Oliver Mr- Daniels. Mrs. John Mr-Daniels; prorating Mrs. Everett Jones. rs. Floyd Frost, Mrs. Henry ,yan, Mrs. Jesse Smith. Mrs. liver Moran; r|pftn-up -- Mrs. '.arl Rir-hry. Mrs. Wayne Gilworth, Mrs. Elmer Frost. Mrs. Wilbur Ixiy, Mrs. James Young. Removed to Hospital METORA. Mrs. Llllie Gresh- tim, 92, who suffered a stroke early Sunday morning, was removed to the Cflrlinville Area Hospital Monday evening. Attend Wfrtrtlng MKDORA. - Mr. find Mrs. Cliirenre Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gross and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Bowker. Mr. itnd Mrs. Henry Harding rind Mrs. Truman Bowker attended the wedding of Miss M/»e Dnylc and Thomas Felix at Willinmsport, Ind., Sunday. Wiint (o Dnnnle? MEDOKA. —It was announced Monday that anyone who didn't got to attend the firemen's benefit supper nnd want lo donate lo the fund, m;iy do so by handing or malting it to Nelson Targhet- ta, treasurer, or Elmer Well, village clerk. Bethel Announcements MKDORA. — Senior BYF and prayer nnd Bible study Wedhe's- dny evening 'aOR o'clock, with choir practice following. The Kslher Class will meet Krldiiy evening at the church, with Mrs, Ijcstcr Gross, Mrs. Hyron Ruylf and Mrs. Ralph Brooks us hostesses. • A roller sknllng party for'the young people will be hold Monday evening tit; Alton, A missionary speaker, Mrs. Laura Johnson, Is announced for Sunday morning. Mrs. George Mohrman will be hostess lo theW.C.T.U. on Thursday. Hoy Scout Meeting MKDOIIA. — A Boy Scout meeting is announced for Thursday evening, May 6, at the home of the Rev. O. W. Compton, scoulmaster. Any boys wanting to sign for scouting should be present; that night. Keep It Clrnn! CINCINNATI ./P-Get rid of the things in that cluttered medicine cabinet is (he warning of Dr. Cnrl Wllzbach, city, he/illh commissioner. Old adhesive tape, cotton an dlorlinc cnn ciuiso n lot, Of trouble, ho told a newsman, adding: "Most medicine cabinets are loaded with dynamite." The usual, fu«sh, first- aid articles always should be kept on hand, however, the physician said. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Downtown Value Days THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY APR. 29-30-MAY1 America's Most Complete Gym Set 10 PLAY STEEL GYM WITH SLIDE! 49.9S VALUE '28 ONLY $1 DOWN SI WEEKLY with safe heavy 1000 Ib. tested chains! reinforced joints at all points of wear! rusf-proof finish throughout! ALL THESE WAYS TO PLAY! • 2 ploy sky glider • sturdy swing • flying trapeze • playground slide • basketball unit • set of gym rings • chinning bar • climbing ladder • adjustable bhower . net, hoop, backboard Carolyn Waters Elected Qneen AlSrtrredHearl JERSEYVfLI.E - Miss Carolyn Waters only daughter of , Mr. and Mrs f.. J. Waters of S. Pearl St., was elected mteer at the Sacred Heart Academy in I Sprifigfield, vvhere she is a stu- den! Tho Jerseyville girls was selected for t h * honor I rom a group of 16 candidates nnd re- c ei v e d her crown at coronation ceremonies which highlighted the dance ai the Aca.-Jemy Easter Ml** Waters Monday night. There were 16 couples in the court and the honor was honored at a special dunce and dinner. Miss Waters was graduated from (he eighth grade at St. Francis Xavier's Parochial School In Jerseyville nnd took her first two years of high school studies at the Jersey Community High School. This is her first year at the Academy. MAIL THIS HANDY COUPON BIKOBHMANS, Broadway and Piawt, Alton, UJinoi*. Hfedora MEDORA—Mr. ttr\A Mr«. Paul Kwin spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. Mary Widaman, Alton. Mrs. Esther T^rtrm and children, r.reenfield. and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vlti Sarginson and family. Chesterfield, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett. Mrs. Bertha Hijfford and daughter. Pauline, Deeatur. visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. fieorge Barnes. Mrs. Rehecca Hudspeth returned home Monday from visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elliott, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wayman and daughter. Christine, joined Mr. and Mrs. Ear! Bailey and family, Greenfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell nnd family and Miss Nancy Griffen, Jerspyville, at the Carrollton park. Sunday for n birthday dinner for Earl Bailey Jr., who was five years old. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryder Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Vick and daughter, Ann, of Glasgow, and Miss Eliza- hcth Ryder, who is in nurses training in Jacksonville. Miss Shirley ,Strauhc went to Normal Sunday to attend Senior Day at the Slate Normal Unlver- is improving. Mr. Milton Sncll entered Car- linvlllo Area Hospital, Monday, for medical attention. sity. She returned horn* Monday evening. Mr. and Mr*. Leroy Oaffney and family spent Sunday in St. Louis with her aunts. Mrs. Josephine Gallagher and Mrs. Christine Mac- L*nnan. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders and thetr guests, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Remling, Cartinville. were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pressler. Carrollton. Mrs. Daisy Rathgeber, Rock bridge, is visiting at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Sanders. Harley Bridges of Cottage Hills, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Oliver Loy. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett, Mrs. Marvin Sarginson and son. David, and Mrs. Selina Chism were in Jerseyville Monday. Mrs. Bess Carter spent Saturday in Greenfield with Mrs. Sarah Crist and daughter, Miss Helen. Sunday guests at the Ralph Brooks home were Mrs. Glenn Jackson and daughters. Rockbridge; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brooks and children, Carol Judy and Richard, and Carol Ann Ring hausen, Jerseyville; Miss Eileen Jones and Ruth Ryan. Junior Jones was In Carlinville Monday and brought his wife and infant daughter, Pamela Lee. home from the Carlinville Area Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper Role Parly Planned at Chesterfield CHESTERFJEU) - A "Cradle Roll" party will he held Friday afternoon from S p. m. to 4:30 in (he church class room. The hahies and mothers, who are enrolled on the United Church Cradle roll, are invited to attend. A program is helnjf planned and pictures rf the group will he taken. Mrs. Rollin Krele Is sup. erlntendcnt of the Cradle Roll Department of the United Sunday School. ChflNtnrNcltl Notp,» CMKSTKRFIELD. - Mr. and Mrs, Jess Ileyen worn railed to Pnlmyrn Sunday afternoon, when their granddaughter, Amy Jo El- diflflgc, fell on a screw driver injuring herself. She was taken to a doctor in Carlinville and now GREAT EVANGELISTIC RALLY OR. U. S. RANDALL, Speaker rnntor, \VMl Turk Baptist Church, St. Louis, Mo. Thursday, April 29lh, 7:30 P. M. Upper Alton Baptist Church Inspirational Singing ' Special Music Evangelistic Preaching I ItKD 1IAMRL, Son* Under. MRS. K^VELVN CLAYTON, organist. RKV. ALF ANDERSON, Pianist. Sponsored by fht "Committei of Evtngtlism of Iho Alton Baptist Association me the 10-PLAY STEEL GYM with SLIDE (9t which I Mree to pay the advertised price. Add 2% »Bl»t tax in Illinol*, plu» small budget charge. Term. 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