Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 13, 1950
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH »A01 IEV1N Crafton Church Meeting Sunday ORAFTON, Jan. 13.—(Special.) —Th« annual board me»ting and elections Of the Assembly of God Church will be held following Sunday tchool. The meeting, which was to have been held following prayer service the evening of .Tan. 4, WM postponed because of bad weather. The present officers are: Deacons, Louis Bockholdt and Ray Myers, and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Ray Myers. The Rev. John Cole Is pastor. Sunday school convenes at 10 a. m.; morning worship at 11 a. m., and evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m., Sunday. The Busy Bees meet Sundays at 6:30 p. m. and prayer meetings are at 7:30 p. m., Wednesdays. Announce Methodist Topic GRAFTON. — "The Necessity of the Atonement" will be the subject ISIO Coatf 99 little 6 m«ant to much! Your eyes cannot be replaced *t any price. Why take chances? let us examine yout eyes regularly, with precise, professional care. I)r I W Wc.iiherhv W. THIRD ST., DIAL 2-2928 FORESIGHT SAVtS EYESIGHT of the sermon to be given by the Rev. Edward E. Souders at the Grafton Methodist Church, Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Unified service* of Sunday school and morning worship convenes at 9:30 a. inhere, following which the Rev. Souders will go to the Salem Methodist Church to deliver the morning sermon at 11 a. m. The Youth Fellowship of the Grafton Methodist Church meets Sundays at 6:30 p. m., and prayei meetings are held Wednesdays at 7:30 p. m. Early Mass Here GRAFTON. — The Rev. Father Michael Sheehy will conduct mass at St. Patrick's Church* at 8 a. m., here, following which he will go to Beltrees to conduct mass at St. Michael's Church. Baptist Services GRAFTON. — At the Baptist Church, Sunday school convenes at 9:30 a. m.; worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Sundays. Prayer meetings are held at 7:30 p. m., Thursdays. Benjamin Sauerwelfi conducts the services. Hustlers to Meet GRAFTON. — The Wesleyan Hustlers class of the Methodist Sunday school will hold Its first meeting of the year Jan. 19, at which time the 1950 officers will officiate. They Include president, Jennie Lee Brown; vice-president, Marilyn Wallace; secretary, Margie Watson and treasurer, Grace DeSherlia. Open Queen, King Contest At Graf ton IH Lytton's Saturday, 9:30 to 0 Our "January. Jamboree" of values! Coats and Suits Reduced! Fur trimmed coats NOW Untrimmed coats . • . Fur lined zip coats 0>LY Suits at a low '68 '38 '38 *28 and '15 and NOW and Women's SPORTSWEAR Blouses (including 2O ierseys) QIVLY *£ Unlined sport suits . . • • J1JST Gabardine bowling dresses • Corduroy vests NOW 8 0 99 Raincoats 0%LV •5" GIRLSWEAR » Wool coats . . . . ONLY *lf} and *21 i Snow suits ....... Jt ST Dresses • Skirts • Sweaters . >OH *£ ACCESSORIES Umbrellas • o Famous brand Nylons . . . 0!>LV Handbags . . . NOW JUST *3 — Pearls" (1 and 2 strands) . • NOW * J Women's DRESSES NOW 5 art 111 12 Formats . . . . '10 ..-'14 * plui Fed. T»* * • Slmultted LvttoiV* f* V^A ^-^* X'^XO GRAFTON, Jan. 13. (Special) — A contest for boys and girls six years old and under has been opened In conjunction with the presentation oJ "It's A Dale" at the high school, Jan. 18-19, Miss Shirley Wllcox, director, announced Wednesday. Pictures of the contestants will oe on display in the show window of the Grafton Mercantile Co., where voting returns will be posted dally beginning Monday. The winners will be crowned king and queen of toyland at the last performance of the show. Containers,, each bearing a contestant's name, will be placed in business places and every \icnny dropped in the receptacle buys a vote for that particular contestant. For further information, parents wishing to enter children In the contest should contact Mrs. fohn Cannon, chairman of the committee. Scouts Demonstrate at Grafton PTA Meeting GRAFTON, Jan. 13. (Special) —' toy Scouts of Grafton Troop 8 >uilt a tin can cookery on which hey baked biscuits and fried ham- >urgers In a demonstration at (he fanuary meeting of local Parent- Teacher Association in the assembly room of the high school, Monday night. The second grade presented 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," in pantomine, under the direction of the teacher, Mrs. Norman Anderson. The PTA banner and use of Die school radio for the current month vere awarded the second crade 'or having the greatest number of parents present. An overflow crowd attended the meeting. Mrs. O'Donnell Takes Kent GRAFTON. — Mrs. Dorothy O'Donnell, Grafton post mistress, was ordered to take a 10-day vest >y her physician. Mrs. J. Robert Vtosby is substituting for Mrs. O'Donnell, Auxiliary to Meet GRAFTON. — The Auxiliary of Whalen-HIIl Legion Post, will hold ts regular monthly meeting at the American Legion Hall, Jan. 19, at 8 p. m. Grafton Notes GRAFTON..— Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Mrs. Charles Keller, and Mrs. William DeSherlia visited Tuesday with Mrs. William Pohlman at St. Anthony's Infirmary, where she has been a patient since Jan. 3. The Rev. and Mrs. John Cole called on their daughter, Mrs. Cecil Green, and her young daugh- er, Geraldlne, Madison, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Ketchum, St. L.OUIS, were at, their home here from Tuesday until today. Jcneyans Elected To Fraternity Posts JERSEYVILLE, Jan. IS. — (Special) — Wayne Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Campbell, Jerseyville, has been elected master alchemist of the Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma at the Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Mo., where he Is a senior. Bill Burch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burch of this city, who also attends Missouri School of Mines, was elected reporter for the same fraternity. Alpha Chi Sigma Is a professional chemical group. Grafton Methodists | To Sponsor Chiltl I GRAFTON, Jan. 13. (Special) — iThe Youth Fellowship of the Graf, ton Methodist Church voted to sponsor the education of an eight year old boy, J. PutraJ, Bldar, Dec- can, India. This boy is the youngest of four whose names and photographs were submitted by Rev. David Se- mands, conference correspondent of the Methodist Mission ,at Bidar. Attend Church Meeting* GRAFTON.—The Rev, and Mrs. John Cole attended the twelfth annual Ministers' Institute at the Assembly of God Church, Wood River, Tuesday evening. The Rev. Edward E. Souders attended a Youth meeting at Mt. Carmel Church, south of Greenville, Monday evening. Mt. Carmel is a former charge of Rev. Souders. Frank Duncan, Edward Highflll, and John Bradfisch attended a Men's Brotherhood meeting at the Methodist Church, Godfrey, Monday evening. ceptlon will be given for the couple at the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Wilkinson of Cates avenue In St. Louis. Miss Wilkinson is a cousin of Mrs, E. M. Porter, Jerseyville, and has been a frequent visitor at the Porter home. She Is a iaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Wilkinson, Moscow Mills, and was educated In schools of Troy, Mo. She Is a graduate ot Rubicam Business College, St. CarroUton Man Named To Recruiting Position JEHSEYVILLE, Jan. 13. (Special)—.lack Inman, who operates the Inman Store at CarroUton, has I been appointed assistant to the : southern recruiting district com- i mand, and CarroUton is now desig- j nated as an auxiliary recruiting sub station. ' Inman, who formerly resided in I Jerseyville will retain his rank of j captain in the air force and will i act in the capacity of assistant re- jcruiting officer, according to the warrant received from S. J. Chamberlain, lieutenant general. Jersey Businessman To Marry St. Lonisan JERSEYVILLE," Jan. 13. (Spe rial) — Announcement is being made of the approaching marriage of James Norris, Jerseyville business man. and Miss Juanita Wilkinson, St. Louis, which will take place Jan, 21 at the Christian Church in Moscow Mills, Mo., former home of Miss Wilkinson. Following the marriage, a re- Louls, and had a secretarial position with the Ralph D'Oench Realty Commission In St. Louis until she resigned recently to make plans for her wedding. The prospective Bridegroom Is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G Norris of this city and was educated in Jerseyville schools. Since his discharge from military service, he has been engaged in business with his father in the firm of Wells-Norrls, Inc., In this city. Elgin Siilor Charged tn Traffic Accident Deith PEARL HARBOR, Jan. 13. MP> —A sailor from Elgin, til., WM charged with manslaughter ye* terday for the death of his Infant son In a traffic accident Police said the sailor, Arthur E Roe, 23, also was Injured In th* accident which occurred Jan, 2, The car which Roe was driving crashed into a light post. Introducing an Exclusive JVeu? Label Long Torso Suit in Forstmann Milateen ' '75 Fashioned in Ed-Mot's own inimitable manner. A suit of Forstmann's finest sheen gabardine, Fluid in line, imart in design from the hand-stitched detailing and slimming long torso jacket to the clever button trim and wide pockets. Navy, black, beige, gray, or powder. Sizes 10 to 20, 9 to 17. Set our new selection of Ed-Mar's 3-pc. suits. Jjytton** ' J ^r^i , — S~l f&'J Lytton'a Saturday, 9t39 f« § Nationally Famous Boyswear! We agreed not to use maker'* name. 100% Virgin Wool Sweaters Cardigans! Pullovers! Ski, reindeer, fancy patterns; solids. Green, maroon, brown, gray. 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