Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1950 · Page 7
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WfifiHfeSDAV, AP81L «, 1850 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOB Sponsors Listed ..f „-**.*,M*...*,... -.i-j-uy^-..,- -.riiK.-jijt Art Guild Announces Patrons Of 3rd Annual Show, May442 The Alton Art Oulld today issued (of Its patrons, the Guild hag been en announcement of patrons' names for Its third annual spring show, May 4 to 12, at the VWCA and First Unitarian Church. With cooperation and financial support able to conduct tt« progressively extensive shows. Speaking for the Art Guild, Berland Paul, Its president, stated that "stimulating an Interest in art Is Are You Safe from "B.O." on All 13 Parts of the Body? Soap with purifying ingredient gets skin cleaner, gives longer all-over protection. It's true—though few people realize this unpleasant fact! Body odor is not confined to the underarms. To guard popularity you must give 13 parts ol your body top protection. Popularity is priceless. Don't ever lose it! The cleaner you get every part of your skin, doctors know, the safer you arc from "B.O." (body odor). And by comparing daily baths with different soaps they found one soap—Lifebuoy Health Soap—gets skin cleaner, stops "B. 0." as no other leading soap can. It protects popularity bestl Lifebuoy's purifying ingredient makes it more effective against the "invisible dirt" that brings on "B.O." Lifebuoy guards all 13 trouble spots where body odor occurs. Get that clean, clean Lifebuoy feeling 1 Buy big NEW bath size .Lifebuoy at your store today. No soap in the world is milder! Safe even for baby's tender skin- wonderful for complexionsi Enjoy the rich white lather from Life- buoy's coconut oil. Make friends with Lifebuoy today I Another fine product of Lever Brothers Company,' LIFEBUOY Gets Skin Cleaner... Stops "B.O." at No Other Leading Soap Can as rnufch cur purpose the creativity". The art show for Alton was new In 1948. But the Idea quickly took hold. The first judged show was startling to many, as It revealed the amount of creative effort and cooperation e*erted by the citizens In the area. A second spring show followed, with exhibits ot a profusion of the most modem forms. A balance of style is reported to be seen In the show that opens next week which may mean an Indication of maturity. Despite the high level of achievement required by the standards of the Judges for the show, a number of people In the community who have no previous cdnnec- tlon with Oulld shows submitted entries and we're accepted. •Provide Opportunity' In issuing its statement, Art Guild members expressed "great satisfaction in providing an opportunity for the works of local artists to come vo life for others; and for the confidence in our efforts those in the community have expressed by contributing as patftms." Patrons for the third annual Aft Guild Show are: Mr. and Mrs. William M. Akin, Dr. and Mrs. Hubert Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Beneze, Mr. and Mrs. Henry V, Boehl, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Boyack, Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Burge, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cresswell, Mr. and Mrs, William H. Dittmann, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln F. Dormann, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elwell, Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark Foster, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Gaylord, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley F. Giberson, Dr, and Mrs. John Gill, Mrs. William H. Gissall, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gotay, Miss Bess Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graul, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hlbbs, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howser, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keller jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klasner, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Langham, Miss Helen Letter, Mr. and Mrs, Robert H. Levis II, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Lindblad, Lt. Col. and Mrs. William V. Martz, Mrs. Hilda McAdams, Mr. and Mrs. George A. McKinney, Miss Suzanne McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Megowen, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mendelsohn, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund G. Mitchell, Col. and Mrs. Charles Moot*, Mr. and Mm. Ben Morrison, Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Morrtsoft, Mr. and Mrs. Willtftftt p. Morrlsey, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Newberry, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Berland Paul, Dr. and Mrs. Mather Pfeiffenberger, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Queen, Mr. and Mrs. W. V, Rousseff, Mr. and Mrs. ti. Nelson Schweppe, Miss Eunice C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Williams, Miss Bernlce Wllliarti* son, Mr, and Mrs Manuel Wiseman, Mf. and Mrs. William M. Wright; and Montlcello College, Shurtleff College, The Prlnclpla, Alton School of Dance, Alton Tire Sales, Bar- leff's Men's Wear, N. N. Challacombe Co., Harry F. Hemphlll, C. 3. Jacoby A Co., Peters' Candles. Stork's Cleaners, Vogue Apparel, and Fred C. Weber Agency, Eire's call to Irish workm in England to "come home" to do necessary work was critlclted fey lawmaker 3. 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