Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 4, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 19.10 ALTON 1V1N1NO TELKORAPM Baptist Stage Party at Mfdora MfiDORA, 3m. 4;—(Special.)— Mr. and MM. E. L, Kahl, leaden of the Baptist Training Union, entertained the young people at a party in their home Friday eve* nlng. Sixteen were present. Garnet were played after which refreshment! were served. Present "were Anna May and Leila Bowker, May Doyle, Patty Wilton, Betty Summers, Evelyn Roberts, Christine Wayman, Doris Ahern, Doris Maska, Phyllis Warren, Laverne Wayman, Henry Harding, Laverne Fenton, Nelson Mllner, Paul Quirk and Allen Ritchie. Pinochle Party MEDORA.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders entertained with a pinochle party • Friday evening at their home In Kemper. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. David McKee and Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders. Mrs. Sanders served refreshments during the evening. WCTU to Meet MEDORA.—The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nelson Sawtell. Mrs, Lottie Kemper will be leader. Medora ?fotes MEDORA.—Miss Marie Searles of Carlinville has been spending several days In the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elston Gaffney. Mr*. Dale Lewis and daughters apent Thursday with her. sister, Mrs. Forest Quakenbush. Mary 36 Lew|| remained (or a few days. Mr. am Mrs. J. B. Montgomery returned Friday to their home at Springfield, Mo., after spend* Ing several weeKi with Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jonee. Mr. and Mrs. John Chlsm and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sawtell at* tended the funeral of Mrs. At>na Willing* in Alton Saturday. Mrs. Willing* was an aunt of Mrs. Chlsm. Miss Gloria Rhine vlslteH sev era! days in Chesterfield with her grandmother, Mrs. Cleda Rhine. Miss June Chlsm apent the past week In Alton with Miss Carole Walking. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Christopher and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Christopher spent Friday In Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gollke and sons, David, Glenn and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gollke, Judy Reuden and Marllae Muessel attended a family dinner New Year's at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris, near Alton. Clifford Chiim has returned from a holiday visit In Godfrey with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Dr. E. H. Parker Ostcoptthic Physician Spacial Attantion Given to SACRO-ILIAC STRAIN (Low Back Pal*).) Menday and Thursday Hours: 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. OFFICE PRACTICE ONLI Phone 2-7443 Ma E. EIGHTH St. ALTON, ILL. SAVE ONE Mm Jtfhn Kirtcti, and grandmother, Mr*. Mabel Chlsm. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. kiter and 'daughter, Kay, apent Friday with Klter'a mother, Mr*. P. T. Klzer, near Hannibal, Mo. • Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Glower and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett of Alton were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gwilllm. Charles Fox returned to Lebanon Sunday evening to resume his studies at McKendree College, after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ton. Mrs. Charles Carroll and children, Harold, Alice and Raymond, visited Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Charles Taylor In Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and son, Garey, were in Carllnvillc Friday. Mrs. Clifford Toer and Mrs. Clayton Powell and son, Keith, were In Alton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. August Orth and family of it. Lout* apent Monday at the home of Orth'* father, GUI Orth. Mrs. Charles Hounsley of Chesterfield and Mrs. Earl Rands of carllnvilte called on relative! in Medora Friday. Mr. and Mrs. t. L. Christopher spent New Year'* day In Shipman at the home of their ton, Mites Christopher. Mrs. Nellie Barnes returned Saturday evening after spending two days at the home of her niece, Mrs. Wess Pursey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tilley, who had been visiting at the home of Mrs. Tllley's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt, since Wednesday, went to St. Louts Friday to spend the week-end with friends. They returned to Medora Sunday evening before going to their home In Rook Island. Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Burger visited Friday and Saturday In Alton with Mrs. Reba Burger. New Year's guests at the home "-" ' . "'•" l '"""I of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Robinson were Mr. and Mr*. L. G. Robin aon and Samuel «t*eek of Victory. Tommy, Robert, and Billy Ruylc and Charles Cadmus spent Friday evening with Mrs. Meda Tober. Robert Tilley. was In Peorla Thursday, Mrs.' Tilley and her mother, Mni. F.'J. Hunt, accom panted him as far as Springfleli and spent the day. They called on Mrs. H. Y. Armstrong. Mrs. Meda Tober and her guests the Misses Lynch, were In Jersey' vtlle Friday. 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Black, siias 3 to 6. waterproof protection from rain and snow for all the family 2.39 Every menhir ef tbi family will fine* the stylt •! hit ohtlti frem tur wide stlaetian ef fine quality rubber feetweer priotd te uva you meniy, » * \ ' 2.9* Stern Style Werk Rubber* Black rubber uppers, *% *9O eleated solei. a-18... efia<9«l 2-luekle Werk Rubbers ftronf black rubber. NOB - ridd iole. a-18. Man's 4-Buckle Fleece-lined Arctics. Deep- cleatad, ground- gripping rubber sola. Siias 6-12. CLEARANCE Women's slide fastener boots. Children's wide top Brown, brown cellar; black, boots. White, red, brown; grey collar. Sites 4 to 9. siies 5 to 12. Women's Pullover Strap boots. Black. Siies 4 to 9. + SEARS ILL 101 NASA •him Mill Mr*. Thomas Mlea, at the Don Rice home. Miss Virginia Chlsm has returned from a visit with Mrs. Elsie Jenkins at Chesterfield. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Klzer and daughter, Kay, spent Wednesday in St. Louis. Fireflies have their headlights behind. 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