Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 4, 1950
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»A«*SIOffTMN ALTON EVENING TKLtOftAPH WEftMBtftAY, JAMVAftY Vtftt AtCarrollton 1 CAWtMATOH, J* 4 - (Spe* *al>.-M1*i Barbara Kln f , d*ugh- 4* of llf , and Mr*. Ben king, and ftmtt tiMft ton of Mr. and Mrs. tto TtMTt of this city were mar- H«4 tOMey kt 1 p.m. in the Bap* ' Th* 4Wibl« ring ceremony 'vas porformod by the Rev. Laurel SENATOR SCOTT LUCAS COV. ADLAI STEVENSON AM Other Prominent Otl UMNO Station KXOK Wednesday, January 4th •:N to ff:M P. M. Grigg before an altar banked with flower* of the season .and lighted handler In tfell candelabra. The bride chose for hoc wedding, a white gabardine street length dress with Which she wore white accessories, Her corsage was of orchids, the bridesmaid Miss Patty Short wore a navy blue wool street length dress with white accessories and and her corsage was also of orchids. The groomsman was Nell Gllllngham of this city, Following the ceremony, a re* ccptlon wns held at the home of the bride's parents for members of the bridal party, the families of the couple and a few friends. Mr, and Mrs, Tuey left on a wedding trip to Florida and on their return Ntw Imirmd "RVIUTOL" Sipsr I. QaiMlM Vitamins Don't be sluggish, underweight, nervous, or have a poor appetite bemuse of a lisek of B. COMPLEX and IKON In your diet. The new Improved "RYBtJTOI," contain extra large amount* of the essential B. COMPLEX vitamins and Iron to make you look your best, feel your nest and do your best. One Inexpensive capsule dally does the trick, 50 for $3.49; 100 for $5.95. Get them <r your nearest THRIFTY DRUG STORE In Alton, Wood River or Jerseyvllle, Illinois. f••••••••••••••••••••€ i ROLL FILM DEVELOPING • 0 1Y MAIL • • if Custom fin* grained developing. Jh £ Each Individual picture enlarged. A * Nest Day Servio*. • ^ * UpeclaJ attention to all flash pleturea. # All tbeae services at no extra eoet. 0 Send for easy to utt miilbag and money 0 uvinf price lilt today. ALTON PHOTO SERVICE BOX SOS ALTON, ILL, ROSCOE NIWBY AND MRS. ANNA HENSLER, who were mar ried recently in St. Charles, Mo. —Marshall Studio. will make their home on a farm north of town where the groom Is engaged In farming with his fath er. When she left, Mrs. Tuey was wearing a navy blue suit with black accessories and the orchids of her bridal corsage. Mrs. Tuey Is a gradute of the class of 1949 of Carrollton High School and Tuey Is a graduate of the same school In 1943. Durln™ World War II he served with the 101st airborne troops and was stationed for a time In the European war theater. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrnm, Vandalla, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Oren Slebermann. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Carter spent Sunday in Farmersville where they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanna. ' Miss Florence Crane, Granite City, was a guest Sunday of her cousin, Mlsa Leone .Crane. Mlas Lois Miller, Hannibal, spent the weekend here at the home of HENRY DOOLEY AND MRS, DELORES ARIUTHNOT, who were married by Rev. L. B. Walkington at East Alton.— Marshall Studio. the Rev. and Mrs. Laurel Grlgg. Miss Nlta Ford and Miss Kathleen Varble returned Monday from Springfield where they had been guests since Sunday of Misa Ford's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ford, Frank Shannon left Tuesday for his home in Boulder, Colo., after spending two weeks here with his sister, Mrs. Eva Robinson. Miss Callie Purl entertained the members of 'the Rug Club of the Carrollton Day Home Bureau unit Tuesday afternoon at her home. Members of the Pollyanna class of the Baptist Church were entertained at a party Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. J.' Sharon. Mrs. Kva Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ciller of this city and Mrs. W, Holland and Miss U McGee went to Wood River Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Delia Robinson. Read Telegraph Want Adi FRED ULSTER AND MISS JOYCE SIGLER, who were mar* ried recently' in First Baptist Church in East Alton by Rev. William F. Bohn. — Marshall Studio. Medora Couple Marks First Anniversary MEDORA, Jan. 4 — The first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Waltrlp, Jr., waa celt* bratcd with a dinner New Year's Day at the home of Mrs. S. J. Tobe r and Miss May Tober. Mrs. Waltrip Is the former Miss Veronica Quirk. Quests, were Mr. and Mrs. Wal- trlp, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Waltrip, ST., Wrights; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Quirk and family, Fred Roake, and Art Mappln, Godfrey. !•*• Metis - Tfc* worth WMto _ of the Bat*!st Church met in tin •aaimint ol the etifit Mafia* evtsJag. The hoot***** w«*e Mr*. Lotto Mslka, Mr*, t.r, ShlftMa, Mr*. Nelfl«Barnes a*d Mrs, Nelaei Sawtett fifteen mow- (Mfffll wOTif • jpntiHtt* • • . • i :<••'" Mr*, Mary Lutt read the scripture letton and Ml** Bertha Short cttiductert the Bible quit Roll call wa* antwerM with a B>bt* ver*e. MfSt OMAf GnMMn f^AQ A {NMIHu Tht> pftwMMit twtf A Mt«f ffdnt Mr*. Mabel Chitm, Entertainment was In charge of Mr*. Arthur Owilllm, Mlsa Delia Oowtr, Mr*. Mary Lutt, and Mis* Bertha Short, Refreshments were •erved by tho hbeteMea. Modem Netee MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Carr, Morrisonvllle, who had been In Jackaon, Tenn., for tho hoi- If your nose fills ii .J-'.-a MSFa> day afeht S** ape* )*•» Yehf>* With Caff • Hater, Mr*. C C Went Mr. ami Mr*. Thome* Met end •on, who had tptht awn* 6f thi noHdayt her* whh hit pafenta, Mr, Ami Mr*. Don Met, left Monday aftM aa their return to Stilhrtttr, Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Barmtt, Who hid apMt several day* in tM horn* « ' HMki ttbm^ ^^••1 ^W^M^V nostril. l&RSSSS makes breathing easier...invites restful sleep. Tiyltl VA1H0-NOL MOM DROPS SOPT-UTI ALUMINUM AWNfNOf • Lighter lnt«rk>r • Cneiee of Cotow • Jeaana-niiaJ Vaanieltstlaaea A* »-*---* •Wjh- M J sMaaaBBBsV iffn|iiuffvu T.wiifiMiwn , v MHW. •nvnivii •TIWOTII • Distinct** Dtsifii • No L MONTHS TO PAY I* SoH-Uto .Uftrt You ASK OUR REPRESENTATIVE TO CALL CAMPBELL ^J 10« CENTRAL AVE. ALTON I-*M5 Excitingly. . .dramatically... and differently FOR A classic of long, low and lovely styling Oi DISPLAY TOMOMOWi Hie beautiful 1960 Chrysler ;.. the beauty surprise of the year! From smart new front to smart new rear, every sleek, trim line was deliberately styled to give it a new long, low streamlined look! With •tunning new interior selections, new nylon fabrics, new patterns... It's today's new style classic, inside and out! And again for I960 Chrysler'* beauty reflect* the sound enginearinf and the solid comfort inside. Again there's headroom, legroom and shoulder-room to spare! Chair- height seats! Surprising visibility ail-around ... in the eaaieat of all ears to get into and out of, plus all Chrysler's great exclusive*—including completely waterproof ignition system. You've got to see and drive it to really appreciate it... to know the wonderful things that have been done to make it the smartest, most comfortable—the safest, sweetest driving car today! (19 new body styles available.) BEAUTIFUL 1950 MMYSLKII TODAY'S NEW REXROAT MOTORS, INC. STYLE CLASSIC 2625 E. Broadway, Alton 19% faster Mim-up HERB'S the new-formula winter gasoline, crammed full of fast-firing molecules to insure one-second starting. Here... in new 1960 White Crown gas, is the confidence you want, the that your engine will start..: start fast ... and stay started! Now get one-tecond etarting... plus faster warm-up for your car... yes, actually 19% fatter tnan the premium gatolinet in general uee laet winter. You cut engine sputtering and stalling, save your battery and aavt gasoline. 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