Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 4, 1950
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%1DMISDA¥, JANUARY 4,1IM ALTON IVENtNO TKLfcGRAPH Carrolltoit Church Croups to Meet CARROLLTON, .fan. 4 - (Spe- cial)—MemMn of the WSCS of tht< Methodist Church will be entertained Thursday at th* home of Mrs. Marshall D. Him. Mrs. Charlet Boyd will present the lesion, th* theme being "the Whole of Love Is My Answer." The devotional service will be flven by Mrs. Franklin March, Jr. The newly organised group of women In the Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday for a business meeting In the church. The meet- Ing will have to do with perfect* Ing of the new organization, of which Mrs. Dale Whlteman is president The completion of a three months attendance contest will be observed Thursday at the meeting of the Missionary Society of the Baptist Church with the losers In th« contest captained by Mrs. G. K. Hutchens, entertaining the winners captained by Mrs. Laurel Origg at a luncheon. The meeting will be held In the church basement and the morning will be spent in packing a box to be sent to Mather School, Beaumont, S. C. The regular missionary program will be held in the afternoon With Mrs. A. J. Sharon as leader, her topic being "The City Of God." Miss CalUe Purl will have the devotional program. Conduct Services for , John Hennel, Eld red CARROLLTON, Jan. 4 — (Special)—Funeral services for John William Hennel, Eldred, were held Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. in Simpson funeral home. Services were conducted by the Rev. Laurel Grigg, pastor of the Baptist Church, and burial was in Richwood cemetery. Hennel died Sunday afternoon In Passavant Hospital, Jackson- vill, where he had been taken last week from Boyd Memorial Hospital. He was born in 1888 in. Macoupin County, the son of the late John Lee and Sarah M. McGehee Hennel. He had been an Eldred resident for the past 32 years. Surviving him is one sister, Mrs. Allen Andrews of this city and two brothers, Norman Hennel, Eldred, and Howard Hennel, Greenfield. Hold Charles Johnson Rites at Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. 4 — (Special)—Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Simpson funeral home for Charles Johnson, who died suddenly Friday morning at the home of his sister, Miss Adah Johnson, following an illness of several years. Services were conducted by the Rev. Marshall D. Ulm, pastor of the local Methodist Church and music for the service was played by Miss Pauline Schroeder. Pallbearers were Arthur Walter, L, Wood, Everett Shaw, George Andrews, Ira Curnutt, and John Carter. Entertains New Year's Club CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seimer entertained members of their New Year's club, Saturday evening, at their home. The group had dinner at Wesson's Cafe prior to spending the evening at the Seimer home. Members of the club who were present were,Mrs. Meda Dowdall, Mrs. Delbert Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn P. Sjimp- son, Dr. and Mrs. Ross Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hackley of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bridgewater, White Hall, Mr. Simplest Crocket Easy to crochet, flattering to wear, a bit of metallic thread lends sparkle! The roll for brim adjusts the headsize of this cloche. Use knitting worsted, chenille, straw yarn. Pattern 836; crochet directions for hat and .bag. Laura Wheeler's improved pattern makes, needlework so simple with its charts, photos and concise directions. Send 20 cents in coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 6*, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS. Here's good news! Send 15 cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book —today! 104 illustrations of your favorite needle-hobbies—the choicest designs and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. and Mrs. E. L. Carroll, Salem, Mass., were guests of the club at dinner.. Wales Art Authority At Chicago CHICAGO, - Jan. 4, (A 1 )—John Steegman, keeper of the art collection of the National Museum, Cardiff, Wales, has been appointed visiting lecturer in art at the University of Chicago. The appointment was announced yesterday by university president, Ernest Cadman Colwell. Steegham will teach courses In English painting, paro- que art, and artistic taste during the winter quarter at the university. Birds sing while flying; try to imagine a human being singing while running at full speed. Eldred Baptists Elect Officers ELDRED, Jan. 4. — (Special.)— Mrs. William Martin was elected superintendent of the Eldred Baptist Church Sunday school at a recent .business session. Assistant superintendents are Mrs. Dean Bushnell and Mrs. Paul Journey. Mrs. Wayne Savage will serve as secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Dean Bushnell served the past 44 years as superintendent. Attend Wedding ELDRED. — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith accompanied his sister, Mrs. Mabel -Wilson, Carrollton, to Granite City, Saturday, where they attended the wedding of Mrs, Wilson's daughter, Rose Emma Wilson, to Roy Struber. The ceremony was solemnized at 2 p. m. In the Lutheran Church. Wagners Entertain ELDRED. — The Rev. Robert Wagner and family entertained M New Year's day dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hamilton and son, LaFayette, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. James Cadle, Alton,-and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Standefer, Carrollton. Visit Koster Family ELDRED. — New Year's day guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kos- Plan Chesterfield Blood Program CHESTERFIELD, Jan. 4— (Special)—Mrs. Elizabeth Rlefenberg service chairman of the American Red Cross for this area, has announced that persons desiring to donate blood are asked to call at her home for cards. Time and place of donations will be sent to persons desiring to assist. Date for donations is Jan. 12, and at least five are asked to as sist from this community. Meet to Plan Anniversary CHESTERFIELD —> Several of the members of tne Agnes Wick- field Order of Eastern Star Lodge met at the Masonic Hail, Tuesday afternoon, to plan for their fiftieth anniversary celebration, which will be held at a later date. Confer Degree CHESTERFIELD — A special meeting of the Masonic Lodge of Chesterfield was held Friday night, at which time the third degree was conferred on Lee Clark. Guests attended from Alton, Carrollton, Greenfield, Granite City, Carlin vllle, and Brighton. Refreshments were served. Leave For Arizona CHESTERFIELD—Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Adams have left for Arizona, where they will spend several months. Both Mr. and Mrs. Adams have been in poor health and they hope to find relief in the Southwest. Chesterfield Notei CHESTERFIELD — Mrs. Holland Thorp, < Urichsville, Ohio, vis ited here Monday evening with her brother, John Rlchey and family. They also visited at the home of another brother, Luther Rlchey near Greenfield, with their mother, Mrs. Effle Richey. A dinner was' served Sunday at the home of, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mlddlekauff and guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stone, St. Louts; Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Dubbledee and sons, Moro; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, Hettlck. Supper guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dams. Mrs. Mattie Dams has had as recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. James Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tendick, Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Strubble and daughters, Mary and Helen, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. William Crumirine, Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richey, Dow, were dinner guests New Year's day of Mr. and Mrs. John Richey and family. Mrs. Harry Wheeler, Scottsville, spent Monday here with Mrs. Lula Moore and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Conners and family have returned to their home in Quincy, after having spent the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Leta Meyers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope, Mr. and Mrs. Aron Cope and family, Jerseyville, visited here Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Dams. Mr. Albert Johnson visited several days in Minnesota, at the home of his son, Otto Johnson and family. Mrs. Elizabeth Riefenberg spent Sunday at the home of her brother, Clarence Whitler and family, Girard. Mr. Charles Jones is confined to So Slimming For true value and comfort, take this shlrtfrock! For new style- details too—bloused bodice, deep yoke, paneled skirt, this is a clever worth-while, slenderizing choice! Pattern 4556: sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50. Size 36 takes 4H yards 35-Inch; !i yd. contrast. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, Is tested for fit* Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 25 cent* in coins for this pattern to ANXE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 Wont 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Send 15 cents more for our Anne Adams Fashion Book. Pages of patterns for the whole family; smart styles for every occasion. Includes a free pattern printed right in the book. his home In the Albany neighborhood by illness. Misses Donna and Janice McCaully spent the holiday vacation t the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alfrey, Reader. Mary Elizabeth Keele spent Monday at the home of Mr. and fidelity FIDELITY — Lawrence Morail, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moran, left Monday for Chicago, where he will take a year's train- Ing course in an electrical school under the Gt Bill. His wife will remain here. The Fidelity Home Bureau unit will meet Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the home. Mrs. W. A. Steelman at Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. George Bell and Judy and Kathryn Mogg spent New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. James Moran at Alton., The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Vancil were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Darr. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Plmberton and son and Mr. and Mrs. Artie Neat and children of Alton visited Sunday at the William Tuetken home. Mrs. Maggie Reeder, Alton, Is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ferris. Mr. and Mrs. Olln White were called to Springfield, Friday, by the death of her sister, Mrs. Eva Baskett, 31. Mrs. Basket! died Friday at 9 a. m. at St. John's Hospital, Springfield, and funeral services were held Monday afternoon. Besides her husband, Mrs. Baskett leaves three small children. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thurm and son and Mrs. Carl Thurm took the latter's brother, Frank Welsh, to St. Louis Sunday afternoon, where he will visit relatives before returning to his home in Oklahoma. Mrs. Welsh had spent the past week at the Carl Thurm home. James Moore returned home Monday from St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, where he had been a patient for 10 days. Mrs. Robert Keele and family, Keller. Pupih Occupy New Brighton School Addition BRIGHTON, Jan. 4. (Special)— Thirty-five first grade pupils met for classes Tuesday In the new addition which has just been completed at Brighton Grade School. The concrete block building Is equipped with fluorescent lights and Is heated by an oil heater. Miss Alma Rocttgers Is teacher of the first grade. Twenty second grade pupils with Mrs. Quentin Hopkins as teacher will occupy the south primary room and thirty-six third graders and their teacher, Miss Betty Walker, will meet In the north room. Leslie ChamberUn, principal, has moved his office from the second floor into the south coat hall on the first floor. Brighton Note* BRIGHTON—Mr. and Mrs. Russel Well, and daughter, JoAnn, Oscar Lovitt, and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Winslade, and daughter, Dotty Lou, dinner guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Well at Overland, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Well, Mcdora, were unable to attend the dinner because their son, Junior, was 111 with chicken pox. Richard Well returned home with his parents after having visited in the Arthur Well homo since Thursday. Mrs. Gertrude Gwllllm returned Monday evening to her home In Medora after spending a week with her son, Harry j. Jones, and family. Guests Sunday of Mrs. Florence Kamp were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bohn and Josephine Kamp, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawton, Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hughes and two children from Roxana. Gloria and Glenna Lee Stone of I New Post master At Moro Installed Paul H. Helmkamp Takes Over Duties MORO, Jan. 4.—Paul H. Helmkamp was Installed as postmaster here Saturday afternoon and began his duties Jan. 2. The Installation was made by Inspector M. J. McGee. Mrs* Robert jCoop- er is the retiring postmaster, hav- Jerseyville spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mr. J. W. Long. Mrs. Sadie Massar returned to her home Monday after spending 10 days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen, St. Louis. Mrs. Walter Long, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wood and two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson xvere New Year's day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Orr at. East Alton. • Henry Boker, Mesa, Ariz., arrived Sunday to see- his mother, Mrs. Annie Boker, who is 111 with pneumonia In St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Boker is showing slight Improvement. ink MtvM about wwjWHlisV mm: ' MORO.— Miss Edith AM* ------ kamp, daughter of Mr. aira Mm Elmer Helmkamp wis glvtn s|a* cial mention in a St. Louis p*Jg* Jan. 1 for an unusual, Itatttnil habit which she employs, IMHK Edele, a pupil In the Mow WfWJe; school, writes with her left Bind on paper, but changes to her Hgnt hand when standing at a blackboard. ••'• The article was listed Uftaet "Our Own Oddities" Md-wuMht In by Mra. George Hendrlcki, i*» former teacher. Return to Kansas CHjr MORO.— Mr. and Mrs. T1»e$|ai v-t lae have returned to KMMS Clip- after spending the noliolys at th* home of Mrs. FrfcoJWI f parent* Mr. and Mrs. John|Jto' terbrtrtk and other relative*, tin* er recent guests at the Unter* brink honre were Mr. and Mr» William Fredllne of Piasa, Mr, and Mrs> Kenyon Fredllne and sons, Richard and Roert of AltoftJ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison and son, Gary Eugene of Bunker HIM and Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts of Godfrey. An electric cell of the Immersion pCi which may be stored Indef- nitely In a dry state, but whlcfc becomes active immediately upon immersion In sea w*tiw or- «*»«* electrolyte, has earned a patettt^ SEE FEET HURT? Or Are You RUPTURED? BOB BLOOMER For, Dr. Sctioll't Arch Supports And Dobbt Trust** At My New Location— 2ND FLOOR ODD FELLOWS BUILDING, 200A EAST BROADWAY Hours 12:30 to ft P.M.—Evenings by Appointment. Phone NOT ONLY RELIEVES BUT 'LOOSENS UP 1 (CMIKO §V COLDS) rnrtrssm has been prescribed by thousands of Doctors. It not only relieves such coughing but also 'loosens up phlegm' and makes It easier to raise. FERTUSSIN Is safe and mighty effective for both old ana young. Pleasant ter and daughter, were Dr. and Mrs. Miss Bernice, Dean Langer, White Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Langer, Miss Anna and Miss Lucy Langer, Eldred; Mrs. Alzora Owens and daughter, and Miss Lena, Pacific Union. Household Club to M**t ELDRED. — Mrs. Janle Wiles will be hostess to the Eldred Household Science Club, Thursday afternoon. Uranium today Is the only na- tuarlly-occurrlng substance that can be used as a basic raw material In the large-scale production of atomic energy. HOW OUR CLEANING STRETCHES THE FAMILY BUDGET Science a cleaning process that gets more dirt out and actually revives fabric! thus prolonging wear. Frequent cleaning saves dollars for clothing. • DRV CUUNUtf t ttU« CLCANIM YOUR GREAT SAVINGS OPPORTUNITY «Jacoty's DRAPERY DEPARTMENT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! You will find bargain* of all sorts in all types of gift and household items. Many are discontinued patterns, otheas are one-of-a-kind that must go to make room. Some values are unbelievable ... come in and see for yourself. Ml IAJT IROAPWAY DIAL MI77 NO* SANITARY Tkete ssoderocaps five ttmflttt stilk •*•» Mctioe. They ml in the wkoleeont sailk favor . . . they're aoo.porow. Boa-ibraes they cover the vital •oeriaf Up of the bottle. EASY TO REMOVE (The easiest of ell caps to take off. Plate •elm of heed 1st oe cap, tura a quarter turs with a little dowewsrd erttsare. the* lift IroM oee «dt ir*t M if the cap hiofed. Like this: JUST TUM...AM LIFT AUINMIfH DAIRY, III. "Where Cltinliness Prevails." Home Owiud and Operated line* 1105 PHona 1-9213 Bedspreads of all types—solid color, patterned on white background—some with fringe or ruffled edges. Twin or full siies. Some were $13.25 Now $7.85 A table of gift items — figurines, bookends, ceramic candy boxes, decorated china service plates, glass floral bowls, imported china cigarette boxes and carved bird bath ash trays, 22K gold plated candy dishes, sets of decorated, glasses, some hammered aluminum pieces. Hand Printed Luncheon Cloths, were $2.95 .. .Now SJ.95 Hand Printed Bridge Sets, were $3.95 Now $2-50 Dresser Scarfs All Siies and All Prices Plastic Luncheon Cloths, were $1.50 Now SJ.OO And Drapery Material in Remnant Lengths. A table of lamps all reduced. Table' lamps, boudoir lamps, double shade twin nite table lamps, Chinese fig* urine lamps. Table lamps of silver, brass, brome and china bases. A table of pictures — large, small square and round. These are all the latest style to be used in your living room or bedroom. Modern Light Wood Framed Scenes, •> 12"xl4" size... .were $1.95 Now $}.25 each Small Round Mahogany Framed to be hung in groups....were $2.25 Now S}.00 A table of throw rugs and bath rugs mostly one-of-a- kind. Special values. • Two tables of discontinued drapery and slip cover materials. 36 inch and 41 inch widths. Modem and period prints that will give your home that new look. $1.65 Yard Material Now 950 31" Wide, was 95c Now 5Qe Tapestry Upholstering Material, was $2,95... .Now f J.95 Shower and bathroom curtains of vinylite plastic. Easy f to take care of—just wipe with a damp cloth to clean. Fully Washable Beacon Net Curtains. Attractive color combinations in these tailored curtains are available in several widths and lengths. Values start at $1.75 pair Now $J.OO A table of Ruffled Curtains in many different patterns — Lace, Chantilly embroidered, rayon marquisette and cot* ton marquisette. Many of these curtains are two and three, pairs of a kind. We also have a rack of one of a kind curtains. Chantilly was $11.75 Now $£95 Others as low as A group of Ready Made Draperies at greatly reduced prices Many one-of-a-kind. Some were $1.95, Now $g.95 Others as low as $3*95 For those cold nights—100% wool blanket^ «t very special prices. Were $12.50 *.. .Now 10-50 u. Frtt Forking ot Mar Entronct for Our Cuitomm DRAPERY 627-633 EAST IROADWAY ALTON, IUINOI t

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