Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 30, 1949 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, December 30, 1949
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Robert KaM, itflMot.wtedSft; ,r, 0. tMss»M*r; -v fi Marshall; Stfcnard fcasali, deawm; fiiltet tut*, junio ea- C6n; EmmMt Hill, senior steward: V , ;. aonimeyer, junior and H. C. Simpson, .tyfer. Frank Rice, dlllesple was installing officer; John Cowden, Order of EasteMi St«f, of which Mrs. CoHnie Scfltter Is worthy matron. • , * " Oettle, tueits ^rete . tu>y ilw*, Keith SeotL * ; L!tt1 *' «u« MWndt H, Tatwf, J*f8*yviI1« ,«nd Harry B t Jane*, Bunker, Hill, Lyttoii's Higher PHced Umbrellas Long or Short handles Crook handles Solid colors and Prints Roman striped borders. Plastic or Wood handles Beautiful 100% rayon tytt . > ^pf ^ • - _ • • oms . *MF itttttt WMh**foy and **' of that a«w, Mrsf Oei- LJiWr and fcmtty. Jpt* ftw Oettle and stoi ;Lgr^^ w *V »****• **-**ViIU9f JNttlcli and Sandra Whalen, Altos, came here Wednesday for sWtttl days vWt wit* their «i«dt«W«nt«, Mf. and Mt». «. A . Mr, and I MM, WilKaw Allen, kay and PhjrMi* Allfen, Paw«e« ( and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schrier were guests* of Mrs. Allen and Sender's parents, Mr. and Mrs, H, Hi Schrier. Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Schoeneman visited at Hlllsboro Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Vawters and Mrs. Meda Beck. Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Flackus have returned after several days visit at Kansas City, Mo. with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carpenter, Miss Rosemary Fleming and Larry Klinke, Alton, were guests Monday of Miss Fleming's aunt, Miss Daisy Dean. Mrs. Wilbur Levora, Alton, spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duffey. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pockltng- ton and family will attend the Pockltngton family Christmas dinner, Dec. 29, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pocklington, South Standard, Carllnville. Mrs. Henry Heyen and daughters, Doris and Maxine, -Dorchester, and Mrs. Lee McNeil, St. Louis, visited Mrs. Delbert Lister, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Travers and family and Mrs. Edna Travers were guests Monday of Mr. *nd Mrs. Otis Fenton at Chesterfield. Connie and Udell Meyers were overnight guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stouffe. O. D, Jacobs and son, Gene, returned Tuesday evening from Columbia, Mo. Mrs. O, D. Jacobs will remain until Sunday at the home of her son, Euel Jacobs at Columbia. Mr, and Mrs. Myron Breltwlser and son were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meier at Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Shelton and. :amily have returned to their home at Seymour after a .visit with relatives. Miss Mary - Candler left Wednesday for a visit with friends- at Granite City. Miss Viola Meier returned to St. Louis Tuesday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. eorge Meier. Mr. -arid Mrs. Floyd Dossett and NOTICE-NEW YEAR'S DAY-JAN. 2nd LEGAL HOLIDAY The Following Banks Will Observe Monday, Jan. 2,,OB ct Legal Holiday and Will Not Be Open for Business. Alton Banking and Trust Co., Alton FirsJ National Bank and trust Co./Alton First National Bank, Wood River Illinois State Bank, East Alton List New Postal Hours at Medora MfifiORA, bee. 30.— (Special,)— eonJtfflctMsft With the pctta «6tn«ny drltr*. Itie potfofflee, be ginning Jan. 1, will open at 1:30 , . m, and clow at 5^N) p, m. There will be ftft Sunday service. Holfc- day hour* fcrftl 6ft /ram 7f30 a, to 11 a. m, Attend Whit* Shrine Meeting MEt>ORA.—Mcrfl, Wylma Dodge and Mf& ChrWIn*. Rhodes *t tended the White Shrine meeting in Alton Wednesday evening. There were initiation ceremonies and a Christmas party. Chntch Announcement* M£pORA,-*>The Rev. fi. VV. fox will preach at the Methodist church Sunday at 9:45 a. m., with Sunday school following. The Rev. Ko* will be at Piasa at 11 a. m. arid 7:30 p. m. Elder William Beeny will preach at the Baptist church at 9:45 a, m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday schoo' follows the morning service ant BTU will be at 6:30 p, m. Medora Notes MEDORA.— -Fred Bruns and son Freddie, Were in Carllnvllle Tuesday, Mr. arid Mrs. Lynn Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Russell* Warner of Jerseyville were callers Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Warner. •Janet and Terry Lahr of Plasa are visfting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gwll urn. Miss Stella Warner visited Tuesday night and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Warner of Brighton. 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Barnett" of Falrmount were visitors Thursday with Mrs. Nelle Gorham and Mrs OHIe Kemper. The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. FoX were in Carlinvllle Wednesday and called at Macoupin Hospital to see Mrs. Charlotte Morris. They also called at the J. N. Challacombe home and at Macoupin Nursing Home to see Mrs. Nona Powers and Miss Maude Minor, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bartow were guests Wednesday evening in the home of their d&ughter, Mrs. Wendell Towse In Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. James Terrell and family of Decatur, Ga., and Miss Myrtle Fruelv of Dwight were guests Wednesday at the home of the women's brother, A. E. Frueh. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCrellls anc son, Gene Levis, were here from Alton Thursday visiting with relatives. ' Randall Lee Rhoads of Carrollton spent Wednesday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rhoads. Charles Challacombe of Shlpman was a supper guest Tuesday at the home of his brother-, T. E. Challacombe. Mr. and Mrs. George Nixon and family spent Monday In East Alton at the home of Nixon's sister, Mrs. Henry Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes re- iurned Wednesday from Petersburg, where they spent a few days with Rhodes' mother, Mrs. Mary Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Quaken- jush and family spent .Monday' In Sast Alton with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Quakenbusli. Claudia Manning, daughter of Mrs. Rex Quakenbush, a polio .victim, was home for the week from Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Goodwin, r. and Mrs. James.- Mains, and Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes were guests Wednesday evening of Mr, and, 'Mrs. Dale Smith. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Challacombe were guests Wednesday at the lome of their daughter, Mrs. Harey Conrad of Alton. Mrs. Challacombe remained. Mr. and Mrs, Grant Gresham of Terseyviile visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy "affney. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snider were guests at, an oyster .supper Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Ervln Hines. Miss Frances and Billy Klrsch FREE! a General-Electric PORTABLE 1 The first five homes sold in 1950 through the Alton Real Estate Exchange will be equipped with a brand new $169.95 value G-E Portable Dishwasher ABSOLUTELY FREE! "'•"^•MMOT^^MMIPMPMMHMMBM For a Happier New Year \ Alton Real Estate Exchange Phone 3-7110 71$ E. 4th Street Thfl Qenoral-Elicfrlc Automtlic Dishwasher h «old ExcluilvBly at Alton's "Broadway" 'aftt' E. BROADWAY „**!» «*• VlfitoJft M<Jmt«y far kr. and »r«. MI* Mr* Sato . . t It* din HWr* with Rfce's nm Mr. »nd Mr». £>dn Rice, *rtd dtfiw Mlatlvsi. H. L Clowtf md M!M DeUs wei* wpper guem Mon*&«> »*mt «f Mr. and Mr* W, W. Qoww ft Alton, and also can«a on Mr. a«d Mrs. Charles Barnett. Mitt Clara and Miss Kuida Prels- , of St, LdOl* spent Sunday MdhdAy with their sisters, Mr*. Jdsepfi Struck nnd MM. P«ttl!fl« Strunk. , ,*?/• »«<> Mr* L. E. \vuton took Wllton'i brother, W« >r Wilton, back to Carllnvllle MonriAy after spending several days he re. -They al«o called on, Mr». Nettie Bister. Chariei Wiser and son. Randall of East Alton, were supper guests Mr* Lfcytf Wtil II tltttlnt wfth Ste. ten, Runell Win*! Miles. r o., caned on . MM Mtt, Wendell Warner Sunday,. Mrt. t&rtt Odrman spent W«d- ne«day In St. Loul*. Mitt Boris Bowker Is spending th« week In Alton at the home of net ferpther, Gene Bowker. Mil* BRtran Christopher of Shipmttn it spending the holidays with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Strunk. Mrs. Leila Tlce and Mr*. Qertha Huff *p/>nt Wednesday in Altori. David Pricker Is spending a few days with Mr. and Mr*. Andrew Cox of Plalnvlew, and his sister, Rosemary, Is visiting; relatives In Shlpman, Mrs. Lelta Tlce and Mrs. Alile Sanders had as dinner guests •Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. WSHIS Korte and daughter, Miss fcorothy, and Mr. and Mr*. Lee Korte of Alton, and Mrs. Gertha Muff, • x Mr, and Mrs. Charles -Johnson and family of Greenfield, Mr. and '** "•'•— iriij* Moon Uf tor. «nd Mfil, Wat? fctefifcfi Wei* dftmtSP ftreits SuMa? of Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Johnsaii. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell ind family of Bethel, spent ChrMtwtS with Mrs. Bell's patents, Mr. aftd Mrs. Roll* Wayman. A family Christmas dinner *ts held Sunday at the noma of Mr. and Mrs,. William Hefcifcrdw, The guests were Mrs. Surah Gentry and ions, Jimmy, Leonard and Bobby, and Miss Et»a HemfcreW of University city, Mo.; Mr. tad Mrs. Charles Gentry of St. Louis, Mite Hnrel Ferguson and Miss Shirley Hembrow, and Albert Baiter of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morfln and daughter, Kay, of Fidelity; Mr. and Mrsu Perry Jackson and son, Dickie, of Kemper; Mrs. Victor Boker and daughter, Judy, of Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle MeDaniels of Greenfield, and Miss Imajean Hembrow. Mrs. Nelte Warmer and Mrg. Elizabeth Ore spent Sunday In Jerseyvllle at the Alvln Embley home. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Range and family took Range's mother, Mrs. a eral doys at ftf^ K,,.,^~~* , " _ r, i*. * to* Monday «» fieW wftfc ... Bailey. MfSv »« acpompanlei «*f . Mr. and Mrs. W. fi, Jo as dinner guests HdtiftjK , Johnson of GreetrtleW, HR JUt Mrs. Kenneth M8frfS>, 1& oiewn: Moote of Afto% Mrs. Pearl S-'inseth aM and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyt! and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Russell On- 111., Mrs*. Pete ScStl Jn Mrs. Dorothy Cole of re^nWd Were guests Monday Of Mr. Mid Mrs. Wendell Waffter. tott Will Net | B« Ashamed To We*t SIMM WE REBUILD W. J, REEDER ft SON Wathlnttofi A Collet* At*, Repeating a Success! REMENDOUS REDUCTIONS Lavishly Furred Coats 48 NEARLY EVERY ONE A TOWNLEY! Gorgeous grey or black Persian- Lamb,. . . Muskrat . . . Canadian Beaver . . . Marmot . . , Silver Fox , . . Bombay Lamfi and Mouton, or fine rich woolens. Newest colors, boxy and fitted styles. Misses', Juniors' and Women's sizes. * Casual, Dress, and Zip-Lined Coats . . $28 Beautiful styles in gabardines, tweeds, wool broadcloths, and shark- skins . . . including leather, wool, or fur'zip lined coats ..,.,,. '38 Suits Gabardines, ^ sharkskins, J) men's wear' worsteds... plaids . . . checks. Dressmaker or casual styles. Misses' and Juniors' sizes only. Other Suits, Now $10, $14, $28, $33 Dresses, Sportswear, Girlswear Closeouts! Crepes, satins, taffetas, and gabardines. Smart styles in blacks and colors. .. Tailored all wool jackets in the popular camel shade. Sizes 12 to 18 .... Cotton gabardines with or without hoods. Alpaca lined. Favorite colors. Sizes 10 to 20 . . . . ll wool winter coats with wool interlinings, Swing $*• O »and fitted styles. Sizes 7 to 14, 10 to 14, 10 to 16, JIO Girls' Legging Girls' Jackets Girls' Dresses JLjytt »<? IbL**^ s -»>fl 3 to 6x, 7 to 12 Wool chinchilla jackets in navy with .all $•• ^ wool red linings, Detachable belted backs, IIV gold button trims. Sizes 7 tq 14 ; , , , •*-^* r , Cottons and taffetas in an array of solid colors, and pretty plaids. Sizes 3 to 6x. _^i«^^ ^^^** ^^ff ^fftf^i

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