Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 9, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 9, 1950
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MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FAOttmttt Roxana Girls to Fete Fathers ROXANA—Members of the Roxana High School chapter of Future Homemakers of America will fete their fathers on "Daddy Date" nlte Thursday at 7 o'clock In the band room at the high school. Invitations were sent to each father. Chairman of the invitation committee is Louise Cato. Also serving on the committee are Pat Dlveley, Mary Cunningham, Clara Dike, and Ruth McReynolds. A program Is being selected by Roma McClelland and Jeanne Stewart. Refreshments will be served and Donna Frey Is chairman, assisted by Pat Sorensen, Pat Dlveley, Beverly Thomas, Shirley Robertson, and Donnt. Segrest. General chairman Is Roma McClelland. -ROXANA — Bobby Sullivan, son «jf Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sullivan, Central avenue, returned Sunday afternoon from St.' Joseph's Hospital after receiving treatment for hemorrhage of the nose. Bobby had his tonsils out at Christmas time. Donald Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rice of East Second street has returned to the naval flying school at Pensacola, Fla., after a furlough here. Mrs. Lydia Nelson, mother of Mrs. Robert Lovell, Rohm place, and Mrs. Leo Colyer, West Tydeman, Departed Thursday for Crocker, Tex., where she will visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Obe Bear. Troop 85 of the International Girl Scouts of South Roxana, led by Mrs. Harry Jones, cancelled its meeting Friday evening because Mrs. Jones' son, Dennis, became ill of chicken pox that day. The troop will resume meeting about Jan. 19. Menu Brotherhood Meeting; Tonight ROXANA — The program committee for the January meeting of the Men's Brotherhood of the First Presbyterian Church, composed of Ralph Williams, Herbert McKenzie, and Eldon Hobson, announces that Lewis Kahan, a chemist of the Wood River Refining Co. and a native of Austria, will speak at the meeting today at 6:30 p.m. at the church. His subject will be "Fond Impressions of an Immigrant." Men's Bible Glass ROXANA — The Men's Bible class of the First Baptist Church will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the church for its monthly devotional, business, and social hour. Naiarene Missionary Society ROXANA — The Women's Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene will not meet Tuesday, its scheduled meeting night, but will meet in connection with the regular Wednesday evening prayer services. Birth Announcements ROXANA— Mr. and Mrs. Orville Keck of Central avenue, are announcing the birth ,of their third child and daughter, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby has been named Carol Beth and weighed eight pounds and five ounces. Their other daughters are Patty 7, and Kathy, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brooks, Route 1, East Alton, are announcing the birth of a daughter weighing eight pounds and 10 ounces in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby was born Thursday at 11:18 a.m. and has been named Barbara Diana. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks have another daughter, Vickie Lee, 2. They formerly lived in Central avenue and their home was demolished by the tornado. Mrs. Brooks is the former Miss Shirley Longman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Longman, Centra) avenue. Roxana Notes ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sullivan and > children, Gary and Karen, Central avenue, had as guests Sunday, Sullivan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Sullivan, Willis DeWitt and Mrs. Joyce Toal and son of Modesto. Mrs. Mattie Easley, Wichita, Kan., and her sister, Mrs. Raymond Fowler, Los Angeles, Calif., are guests of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Dinwlddle and son, Bobby, Elm street. • 1 In ordinary flight, a sparrow makes 13 wing strokes per second; a wild duck nine, a stork, two; and a pelican, only one and one- sixth according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Telegraph Want Adi "CLICK" CENTER OF SLAYING — Mrs Marjorie Jones, 22-year-old wife of T Sgt. Kenneth .L. Jones of Toledo, Ohio, (above) is shown in police headquarters at El Paso, T'ex., after making a statement to officers regarding the fatal shooting of her escort, Frank'Pukli, jr., 33. The businessman was slain as he escorted Mrs. Jones home from a date in Juarez, Mexico. T Sgt. Jones has been charged with murder in the slaying. He is stationed at Biggs Air Force base, near El Paso.—AP Wire- photo. Mrs. L. Oldham, Wood River, Dies Mrs. Cheston Virginia Oldham, 33, wife of Lynard Oldham of 528 Wyss, died Sunday at 6:50 a.m. in Wood River Township Hospital, where she had been a patient since last Tuesday. Mrs. Qldham, the mother o£ three children, had been employed in the inspection department of Western Cartridge Co., until she became ill. A native of Lafayette, Tenn., she was born July 20, 1916, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Ford. Surviving in addition to her husband, parents, and three children, Jacqueline, Sandra Kay, and Beverly Ann, are a sister, Mrs. Finley Gregory, Nashville, Tenn., and two' brothers, Jesse C. Ford jr., and William M, J^afayette, Tenn. The body was at Streeper funeral home from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sunday when it was sent to Lafayette, Tenn., to the home of her father where it will be until time of funeral services Tuesday in Creek Baptist Church, Dixon Springs, Tenn. England's King George VI has two birthday*. His real anniversary is December 14th, but the "official" one is June llth. im. "•• ALTON < ^SURGICAL APPUAVCE Co New Look Fading, Slim Silhouette Now Reappearing The new look seems to b« through and the slim silhouette appears to be on the way back, according to fall fashion trends noticed in the second annual fashion fair at New York. Now more than eVer women are trying frantically to talc* off the extra bulges. In recent months many weight- reducing preparations have appeared on the market, some of them based on "the diet and vitamin plan," which means cut down on the intake of food and fortify with vitamins for hunger distress. A survey among drug stores in Illinois shows that one preparation. Kennel, which is the outstanding seller in the reducing field, u not based on thia vitamin plan. Any Illinois druggist can supply you with 4 ounces of Rennel. Just add this to 12 ounces of canned grapefruit juice and take according to directions. No starvation diet. The makers of Rennel guarantee to refund your money if the very first bottle does not show you the simple, easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender, more graceful curves. Four ounces of Rennel costs little and hundreds of Illinois women have highly endorsed it. (Adv.) FOR EXPERT LAUNDRY SERVICE OPEN FROM T A, M. It I f. M. DAILY. LET US DOCTOR YOUR 8HJRT8I Ye* you could call us "Shirl Specialists" because we can remedy any shirt trouble due to lack of proper laundering — Removing of dingy grey color, etc. U your shirt needs a doctor call White Way Laundry. WHITE WAY MrNS lA'iN'..,, NINTH AND IILlf tMONi Mill Roxana Women To Meet Tuesday ROXANA, Jan. n — Rheumatic fever and other diseases which affect the heart will be discussed in a speech titled "The Heart" by Dr. Fred Morley, medical director at Western Cartridge Co., before the ftoxana Woman's Club, at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, In the council room of the Community Building. Mrs. Edward Grabowski, a cluo member, wilt sing "Lord Let Ms Live Today" and "Dear Hearts and Gentle People." Mrs. Clifton Ricks, club president, will give several readings. Refreshment* will be served by Mrs. Donald C. McLnln, Mrs. Hubert King, Mrs. E. E. Chrysler. Mrs. Gilbert Hawkins, and Mrs. Clifton White. Jerseyans' Brother Dies in St. Louis JERSEYV1LLE, Jan. J) —' (Special)—Henry Lumma, St. Louis, a brother of Mrs. George Hoffstetter and Mrs. Paul Maupln, Jerseyville, died Sunday at. 9 a.m. In St. John's Hospital, St. Louis. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 9 a.m. in Blessed Sacrament Church. Klngshighway, St. Louis. The body Is al tfie Sullivan funerftl home, St. Louis. Surviving nro his wife; four sons. Richard, James, Robert, and Michael, St. Louis; his mother, Mr?. Marie Lumma, Sawyervllle; flv sisters, Mrs. Hoffstetter and Mrs. jMaupin, Jerseyville; Mrs. Gertrude ICurzan, Mrs. T. Thompson, and 'Mrs. Marie Basola, St, Louis, and two brother*, WHH«m< Detroit, Mich., and Robert, St. Louis. Large slices of turkey may be dipped in batter and fried in shallow fat until golden brown. Serve with cranberry or mustard sauce. EVERS PAINTING AND DECORATING sl\( t . not, Is issuing • Mt of stamp* to comrnemofat* famous 18th century persons. : — -^ — • "Suffered 7 fun •then I found Pizo> brings amazing relief!" iayi Mn. M. «/.. 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