Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1950 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 6, 1950
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. Baptist Class Meets at Kane KANE, Jan. 6. (Special)—Mrs. Fred Mowrey, Mrs. Ivan Shackelford, and Mrs. Eugenia Erwln were hottesse* to the Amoma class of the Baptist Church, Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Mowrey. Sixteen were present. Devotionals were conducted by Mrs. Mowrey. Roll call, a Bible verse, was given by the members. Mrs. Orman Vandemnd gave a ,ta)k on her trip through the West. Mrs. C. L. Hawk and Mrs, Dual Crawford were guests. Refreshments were served. Entertain at Dinner KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Retherford, Mrs. Tom Drinning nnd daughter, Peggie Lee, Pine Lawn, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Garcel Reynold*, and Bobby Dcvening were guest* the first of the week of Charle* Ferguson and daughter, Miss Adeline Ferguson. Attend* Funeral Rite* KANE — Mr*. Henry Roewe, Tony and Mia* Marie Rowe went to McLean«boro, Wednesday, to attend the funeral of Donna Sue Calvey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Calvey, formerly of Kane. Celebrate* for Anniversary KANE—Mr. and Mrs. Darris Grizzle had a* dinner guests the first of the week, celebrating their wedding anniversary, Watson ALTON BVfilttNO TELEGRAM! »AOB Trowbrldge, CnMiletrtlto; Mr, M4 Mrs. Wayne Alexander, Brighton, and Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown. Church Note* KANE — Sunday school at the Baptist Church will be at 9:45 *. m. with William Harmon conducting. . At 10:45 a. m., the Rev. Mason Smith will deliver a sermon. The Young People and Boys and Girl* will meet at 6:30 p. m. and the family gospel hour will be at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at the Methodist Church will be at 9:45 a. m. with Miss Mary Brooks In charge. At 10:45 a. m., the Rev. Harry Fish will speak. Evening worship will be at 7:30-p, m. and Bible read- Ing at the Church of Christ will be at 10:30 a. m. Hospital Patient* MEDORA—Walter Mercer entered St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Granite City, Thursday, where he will undergo surgery Friday. Mrs. Lewis Elchmeyer, Kemper, is a patient at the Lltchfleld Hospital, having entered there Wednesday. Suffer* Head Injury MEDORA — Tommy, 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham, residing east of Medora, sustained a gash in his head last week in a fall at his home. Three stitches were required to close the wound. The youth is a pupil of Medora Grade School. JOWNE Charge Accounts Invited *» WAIA Shoppe NEAR THIRD 50% REDUCTIONS IN OUR ANNUAL cummin Entire Stock Coats - Suits - Dresses Reduced for Quick Clearance WINTER COATS FUR TRIMS $ 35 .00 ALL WOOL UNTRIMMED FITTED BOXV • Coverts • Gabardines • Broadcloths • Oreen • Wine • Satin Lined • Wool Interlined THREE CROUPS $22'°° $25-00 .00 29 Junior*, Miuet, Women'* W*e* ALL WOOL—WRAP-BOXY-FITTED CAMEL FLEECE COATS ALSO •/4 Length Inttrlintd TOPPERS SUITS All Wool Combination* And RayoM AH Wool Gabardines 15 .00 $ 25 .00 ONE LOT—LEATHER AND CLOTH GLOVES *«"M*M $1.00 ONE 0ROUP Formerly M.M ftsttoi vU Cteee AM PuUever Sweaters GOWNS BLOUSES . CARPI6AN SWEATERS. CI A*Ma*C CORDUROY SLACKS AND WOOL CORDUROY JACKETS . $3.00 $2.98 $2.29 $2.59 S2.98 $6.98 •i \ Presbyterians Hold Meeting At Brighton BRIGHTON, Jan. 6.—(Special.) —The Rev. Lyle D. Stone was moderator at » meeting ot the congregation of the Presbyterian church Thursday evening, in the narlth houie. Report* were read by Mrs. Carson Oberlander, treasurer, E. P. Bott, clerk of session, John Rothe, Sunday school treasurer, Mr*. Catherine Boker, Ladles Aid treasurer, and Sunday school superintendent, Mrs. Harold White, Daughters of Ruth treasurer, and Mr*. Mary Gangloff, CBS treasurer. William Thyer and Byron Towse were re-elected to serve as elders for a three-year term, and Fred Harltnan, W. G. Strohbeck and A. J. Farrell to serve again as trustees for a three year term. E. P. Bott. was elected financial secretary, and Mrs. Carson Oberlander, treasurer. The clerk reported that the church has 136 members. A potluck »upper preceded the business session. Observe* Birthday BRIGHTON.—S. P. Blodget observed his 87th birthday at his home Thuftaay. M« it rtrtvtrlnt satisfactorily from * recent. Illness and Is able to be up most of each day. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cardinal o£ Los Angeles, are spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Blodget. ttebekah Mystery Pal Parly BRIGHTON.—The Mystery Pals of the Rebekah Lodge will have their Chrlstma* party this evening in the IOOF hall. Mrs. Lester Alien 1* In charge of arrangements. Church Nete* BRIGHTON.—Dr. Frank O. Wilson will preach on the subject: "An Evangelistic Awkening" at the 10:40 n. m. Sunday worship at St. Paul'* Methodist Church. Sunday school, 9:30. Youth Fellowship, H:30 p. m. Kvenlng worship, 7:30. Sermon: "The Last Prayer." The Rev. A. L. Schleler will use the sermon: "The Use of Time" based on I Cor. 7:29 at the 10:30 a. m. worship Sunday at Evangelical and Reformed Church. Sunday school, 9:30. Annual meeting of the congregation will be at 7:30 Monday evening at the church. Brotherhood meeting Tuesday eve- ning tt 7:30. The Rev. Lyle D. Stone will speak on "Mills That Have Ceased to Grind" at the Sunday worship in the Presbyterian church. Sunday Mhool, 9:30. Westminster Fellowship, 7:30 p. m. The Aid Society will meet at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harold White, president. The Rev. Father Phillip Newman, pastor of St. Alphonsus' SAVE UP TO 50% SHOE SALE I^OST SIZES IN LOT FOR MISSES AND WOMEN $6.98 Orttt Shots SO.99 2 $4-95 Casualt SO.99 2 All Women's Rubber Good* Reduced! jr 23rd Year 804 EAST BROADWAY Between Oak and Spring Stracti WESTERN SHOE STORES (j Church, fcM tmrMiMWI tunday mane* for S and 10 «. m. Changed ta*t«« and ttyle* are hurting Belgium'* lace and embroidery export market*. iouth Africa* Scotch whl»k«y wat high wh*n they learned that a eaaa wfckh cost $13 in Scotland, the curtoma duty alone in the Union $28.03. PANCAKE&SAUSAGESUPPEI Sunday. January 8 TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 17TH fr MAPLE Servings — • to 7 P. M. Featuring Pllhbury Be«t Pancake* an* Vermont Maid Maple Syrup Adults 660 Ckildran (undir 12) lit Mfviti ftf tli« Family it 2i4S P. M. and I ». M. Breakfast-Pretty , 4822 ml * SIZES ] ^t 14-20 ' ^* 32-»2 Start your man off in a happy morning mood! Wear this gay breakfaster! Ruffles curve gracefully around yokes and pockets, princess panel is flattering! Pattern 4822: sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42. Size 16: 4% yds. 35-in; Vi yd. contrast. Thi* pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete Illustrated Instructions. Send 25 cento in coin* for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 24S West 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Jrint 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. Her Little Dirndl Embroider paniiet to match her eyes and the rlckrack trim on this darling dirndl! E«cy to sew and lo embroider. Child'* dirndl. Pattern 873; embroidery transfer, cutting chart size* 2, 4, 6. State tize. Laura Wheeler'* improved pattern make* needlework to simple, with Its chart*, photo* and concise direction*.. d*Nd «• eMit* In celai for Mil* pattern to Alton Telegraph, M. Needlecraft Dapt., P. O. Box 1«1. Old Chelsea Station. New York II, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADPREB8. Here'* good new*! Send 15 cents more (or your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book —today I 104 illustrations of your favorite needle-hobble*—the choicest designs and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and Ideas worthy of an expert'* attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. JACOBY'S JANUARY SALE DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTIONS ON FINE QUALITY FURNITURE! STARTING SATURDAY, WHILE THEY LAST ... One of a Kind . . . Discontinued . . . Soiled or Slightly Damaged Furniture at Prices You Can't afford to Miss! Buy Now and Save! Nothing Added for Time Payment Plan! LIV8NG ROOM FURNITURE I BEDROOM FURNITURE $195.00 Kroehlei 3 Piece Sectional Sofa. Blue or $155.00 $175.00 Kroehler 3 Piece Sectional Sofa. Low Arm Style ................................ $149.50 $85.00 Curve Section .................... $49.50 $198.50 Kroehler Sofa-Bed and Chair. Covered in heavy mohair ..... . .................. $179.50 $255.00 Parchment Finish French Style Bed, Double Dresser and Chest; or Bed. Vanity and Cheit $179.50 MAPLE SPECIALS $98.50 3 Cushion Divan $75.00 $95.00 2 Cushion Love Scat $59.50 $215.00 Valentipe-Seaver Law*on Sofa. Natural TapMtry Co/ered $129.50 $225.00 Modem Light Color Korina Wood Bed. f Dresser and Chest $198.50 &• ' * ;" | $245.00 Korina Bed, Vanity and Chest ... .$215.00 I $215.00 Showers Limed-Oak Bed. Dreiser and Chesl $155.00 $180.00 Heywood-Wakelield 2 Piece Divan end Chair $139.50 REFLECTOR FLOOR LAMPS $29.50 Bronze Base with Silk Shade ..... .$19.85 $32.50 Gold Base. Lined Silk Shade $22.50 $22.50 Bronze Base. Silk Shade $17.85 $14.85 Mirror, beveled edge $10.85 CHAIRS $67.50 Kroehler Recliner . . . With New Position Lock . , . Grey Tapestry .$49.50 $223.50 Walnut Modern Bed, Dresser and Chest $155.00 $18.85 Matching Nile Table $13.85 $215.00 Kroehler Weathered Oak Bed, Vanity and Chest $175.00 $198.50 Kroehler Walnut Modem Bed, Vanity and Chest $175.00 I $23.50 Cocktail Table $17.8$ | $17.85 End Table $10.8$ |i $11.25 Lamp Table ; ...$7.85 * $15.85 Nile Table $9.8$ '% I $24.50 Nite Table (4 Drawers) .$19.85 HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD $317.50 Bed. Vanity and Chest $217.50 $334.00 Bed, Double Dresser and Chest $235.00 $19.85 Tapestry Occasional Chairs. Blue or Rose $10.85 $315.00 Showers Modem Pencil-striped Walnut Twin Beds, Chest and 8 Drawer Double Dresser $195.00 $65.00 Kroehler Base Rocker $55.00 $59.50 Kroehler Base Rocker $49.50 $49.50 Kroehler Base Rocker $39.50 $223.50 Limed Oak Bed, Dresser and Chest (Modem Footless Bed) .. r $145.00 Matching Double Chest, was $115.00, now. .$65.00 $195.00 French Provincial Style Bed. Dresser and Chest $135-00 $79.50 Dropleaf Dinette Table .$39.50 $177.50 Heywood-Wakefield Refractory Type Dining Room Table and 6 Chairs (Host and 5 Side) .$139.50 HOWELL CHROME SETS $113.50 Grey Formica Top and 4 New Type Chairs, Plastic Seat and Back $89.50 $92.00 Value Red Formica Top and 5 All Metal Red Chain $59.50 $119.50 Valentine-Seaver Lawson Lounge, Rose • Mohair, "T" Cushion $89.50 $85.00 Grey Fanback Barrel Chair $65.00 $79.50 Tapestry Fireside Chairs $39.50 $95.00 Large Wing Chair $79.50 $57.50 Gold Barrel Chair $42.50 $52.50 Blue Channel Back $39.50 $295.00 Jamestown Mahogany Bed, Vanity and Chest. (5 Drawer Chest-on-Chest and 7 Drawer Vanity and Bench) $195.00 $52.50 Ivory or Gold Duron Plastic Modem Barrel Chairs $35.00 ? Twin Size Hollywood Headboards $25.00 Metal Frame, Rose Covering $10.85 > $24.50 Wood Frame. Hose Covering $10.85 | $23.50 Ivory Leatherette Covered $10.85 BREAKFAST SETS $79.50 Porcelain Table (Refractory Type). Four Red Chairs $59.50 $69.50 Porcelain Table and 4 red chairs $49.50 RUG SPECIALS $69.50 Floral Axminster. 9x12 $49.50 DINING ROOM $138.50 Holmes Green Wilton Twist- weave 9x12 size • S98.SO 9 foot wide yardage, was $10.95. now .. $7.95 $55.0,0 Modern Plastic Occasional Chairs, Light Wood Arms and Legs $39.50 $95.00 Grey Mohair Lounge, Modem Style by Valentine-Seaver $69.50 LANE CEDAR CHESTS $29.95 Baby. Chest, Padded, Lock Top, All Cedar. Decorated Front $H-85 $49.95 Limed Oak, Modem Plank Top. Full Siie $29-95 $45.00 Walnut Waterfall Top $39.50 KITCHEN CABINET BASES $25.00 All Steel. 24 Inch Wide Top $19.85 $49.50 Wood Bat* Porcelain Top, 36 Inches Wide $35.00 191.50 Mahogany Ineehole De*k. Solid Sides, Dust Proof. Draper Guides, Oak Draw- <r§ $79.50 $115.00 Set of 6 Chairs (1 Host and 5 Side), Bed Seats and Backs. Mahogany Frame 589.50 $149.50 Curve Front Corner Cabinet in beautiful Mahogany. Morgantown Built $95.00 $165.00 8 Piece Walnut Modem Dinette Table, , 6 Chairs and Bullet $98.50 SIMMONS STUDIO COUCHES $99.50 Rose Lounge with matching pillows. $79.50 $79.50 Red Lounge Type, bedding compartment' $59.50 $99.50 Grey Tapestry Lounge $79.50 ''> $89.50 Green, bedding compartment, with 2 matching pillows $ 69 - 50 '» $99.50 Red, solid color, closed arm style, match- I ing pillows $69- so I $72.50 Bigelow Floral Axminster/ 9x12 siie $59.50 ODD SIZE RUGS $47.50 Grey Wilton Twist, 5x9 $35.00 $79.50 Beige Scroll, 6-5x12 149.50 $72.00 Green Wilton Twist $59.50 $64.50 Rose Carved Wilton Twist "Mohawk", 4-4x12 139.50 LIVING ROOM TABLES $16.85 Mahogany Lamp TabU $10.15 $19.85 Mahogany End Table $15.15 $17.85 Mahogany End TabU $13.15 $25.00 Mahogany Cocktail TabU $17.15 $24.50 Mahogany Cocktail TabU $18.15 $29.50 Mahogany Cocktail TabU Hl.ll. $29.50 Limed-Oak Cocktail TabU $15.15 CORNER BOOKCASE SET $59.50 Corner Cabinet and 2 Curved End Weces_. Mahogany,. • .$29.50 $159.95 Hotpoint Washei, Deluxe Model, Pump and Automatic Timor $129.95 SHOP AND COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY ANYWHERE! $85.00 Modem Harveet Finish Cocktail TabU and two Lamp Tablet. 3-piece set .. $42.50 Use Our Free Customer Parking Lot at Roar Entrance While Shopping |j $23.50 Light wood Lamp TabU $10.81 Here. Cnttr Lot from Ridge Strati COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS FOR THE PAST 67 YEARS C. J. JACOBY & CO. 627-633 EAST IROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS f I

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