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t»AGB FOURTEEN ALTON IVtNtMO TEL10RAPM FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950 Baptists Install At East Alton Mrs. Chester Rarnelt Is EAST ALTON 7 , .Tan. 13 - ficcrs of the Daughter of dock, assistant. Mrs. Barnett made h«r committee appointments, which included Mrs. B, R. Hull, Mrs. Earl Clagg, and Mrs. Wlllard Hartsock, membership; Mrs. Wesley Fletcher, Mrs Floyd Blnine, Mrs. Henry Lawrence, Mrs. Harold Chamberlain, and Mrs. Grrlrudo Barhan, sick committee. Mrs. Guy Siglnr nnd Mrs. Dora Stnrk. flower committee; Mrs. Walter Strohbeck nnd Mrs. Frank Goodman, creeling; Mrs. Frands Wlmberly, Mrs. Ruth Kyers, Mr*' Of- Ruth class of the First Baptist Church ''stanTey'stepson, '.Mrs. W."H". wif- were installed, Thursday evening. : sorii Mrs . Fred Sittton, Mrs. Odus at the reRular monthly meeting In Wardlow, Mrs. Ralph Guess, and the social rooms of the church. Mrs William Clausen, telephone Installed were Mrs. HiHery i committee. Barker, teacher; Mrs. Ruth Ricks! The members voted to start keep- and Mrs. Walter STrohheck, as-1 Ing a scrap book of the activities of sistnnts; Mrs. Chester Barnett, i the class with Mrs. Stepson, Mrs. president; Mrs. Ralph Parker, vice [ Chninherlnin, nnd Mrs. Ricks In ]iresident; Mrs. C. A. Moore, secre-1 charge. Inry-treasurer, nnd Mrs. John Had-' The new officers of the rlass will be the hostess** «t the February meeting. Mr*. Beulah Treece, Chicago, a former East Alton resident was a guest. Miss Unterbrlnk, retiring president, served as Installing officer. The 27 members were seated at the table whose decoration elded with the month of coin their birth. Retiring officers were hostesses. Group singing was enjoyed during the. social hour with Mrs. Francis Wlmberly at the piano. The meeting was opened with singing of the class long, devotional! by Miss Emma Unterbrlnk, and Invocation by Mrs. K. R. Ricks. A report of the various activities the class has engaged In during the past year was given, which Included six floral pieces sent t>ut during the past year. A total of $17 In the flower fund WM turned over to the new chairman. Twenty-six "Shares of Success,' Charle» Ray Named Chairman Of Cottage Hill* Polio Drive _L_f.___ i n missionary project, were bought SALE! TUMBL-TOGS TWO-PANTER COVERALL Si n for i zed Chan bray SIZES $ <f 35 S-M-L TODDLER OVERALL "vir'onzcd Ovirr.b r av SIZES S'M-L 79 TODDLER COVERALL Sanforized Gv.mbray SIZES $4 00 S-M.L Boxer Blue Jeans $ f oo Sanforized Blue Denim. Sizes 2-6X. •• Final Clearance CHILDREN'S DRESSES Sizes 3-14. SAVE UP TO 50';; ** and *3 VALUES TO $6.98 Final Clearance i-rc. SNO-SUITS Si/.,.* 1-4. $5.00 TODDLER COATS Ko/.y Wool Klrcce. Sized 1-4. $6.00 I during the past year. The class ! has entertained twice during the year at the Alton Woman's Home ; and each time presented the worn| en there with a large basket of fruit. Other projects engaged In by the class of a benevolent nature included help to needy families. The class voted a cash donation to a needy family and will sponsor n food shower for the same family .Tan. 22, with each class In the church Invited to participate. MrCnulry I* III KAST ALTON-Fred McCauley, 2If; Norlh Pence, desk nergennt at the police department, Is 111 at Ills home with • severe cold and flu. Virgil Gentry • volunteer fireman, is substituting for "Uncle Fred," as he Is familiarly known, Mrs. Grennwalt to Rest KAST ALTON — Mrs. Lloyd Greenwalt, 642 Bowman, has been sent, to bed by her doctor for a period of rest. Mrs. Greenwalt has been III for the past several months with a form of rheumatic fever. Her condition has Improved and she was able to be up and about, but after a visit to her doctor this week the rest was found to be needed. Returns from Texas KAST ALTON — Mrs. C. B. Whyers, East Alton avenue, re- Ex'Carrollton Resident Succumbs in Rockford CARROLLTON, Jan. 13— ciali—Relatives here have received word of the death of Mrs. Lena Rice, «8, wife of Scott Rice and a former Carrollton resident. Mrs. Rice died Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 3 p. m. at a nursing home In Rockford. The funeral service was held Thursday In Rockford. Mrs. Rice Is survived by her husband and three children, Allen Rice, Mrs. Albert Elkstadt and Kenyon Rice, all of Rockford, five grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Roy Evans, Springfield, and two half brothers, Lee Varble and Charles Fry of this city. Mrs. Rice was born Feb. 25, 1881 in Greene County, the daughter of the late George D. and Martha Fry Varbie. She was married July 9, 1899, to Scott Rice who survives her. Mr. and Mrs. Rice celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary in July, 1949. The Rices made their home here until ,33 years ago when they moved to Rockford where they have since resided. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Varble o this city went to Rockford to at tend the funeral Thursday. Two Accidents At East Alton Final Clearance Coat and Legging Sets 2-«V- to I Flannel Shirts Values to $ | AA I .08. . i I ia.9 ChlldrM's Anktote 4 pr , 'I. THE CHILDREN'S SHOP ALTON, ILL. 313 BELLE .ST. DIAL 2-1951 turned, to her home Wednesday from San Antonio, Tex., where she had been visiting with her son and davighter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. E. Lee Willoughby. During Mrs. Whyers' visit, a son was born, Jan. '2. to Sgt. and Mrs. Willoughby. The baby was named Gary Bernard and was the first bnby of the year at Lack- liind Air Base, where Sgt. Willoughby is stationed. Gary Bernard is the first child of Sgt. and Mrs. Willoughby and the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Whyers. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ringer of Dugger, Ind., are the paternal great-grandparents and Mrs. Charles Flgge, Paxton, Ind., is the paternal great-great- grandparents of the child. Baptist Brotherhood Meets EAST ALTON — The Men's Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday evening at the church for its regular monthly meeting. W. M. Brown, a lay leader from St. John's Methodist Church, Edwardsville, was guest speaker on the subject "Practical Christian Experience". Maurice Colclasure, immediate past president of the organization, presided at the business session In the absence of L. H. Hale, president. Refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mitchell Jackson and C, H. Conine at the close of the meeting. EAST ALTON, Jan. 13. — Tw motor vehicle mishaps, involvin. three cars and a truck, occurrei in the village last night. At 7 p. m., a car driven b; Mrs. Bessie Davis, 222 McCaslanc and an auto driven by' Dale K. Ball, 211 East Main, Bethalto were Involved in an accident a the Intersection of St. Louis ave nue and Broadway. Banged fen ders were the result. A cur driven by Charles Rude 414 Wood River avenue, East Al ton, and a truck driven by John Daugherty, Carrollton, were In volved in an accident at the is lands which divide the lanes o traffic near Wood River bridge More extensive damage resulted but no Injuries were received. Dr. Johnson Visits Here EAST ALTON — Dr. Ray Johnson, Saginaw, Mich., former chairman of the department of religion Shurtleff College, visited Tuesday evening at the home of the Rev and Mrs. William F. Bohn, 204 Monroe. EMt Alton Notes EAST ALTON — M. W. Hale, 104 Kingshighway, is. confined to his bed a great part of each day. Hale resides with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bruntjen, and daughters, Bethalto, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruntjen, Harvel, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson, 108 Kingshigh way. Hartford Revival Begins Sunday Regularly $10.95 NOW ONLY $£90 Whit a wonderful opportunity . . . what tremendous uvingi . . . in this timely January clearance of discontinued styles. A wide selection of sites and widths, but not every style in evtry site and color. (Sale for a limited time only!) Come in early /or best selection 211 PIASA, ALTON, ILL HARTFORD. Jan. 13.—The Rev. Curtis Marshall of the Assembly of God Church has announced a revival will §tart at his church Sunday at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Graham, Van Buren, Mo., will be the evangelist and his wife will assist with singing. Hartford Defeats Nanieoki HARTFORD. — Hartford won its first game last night in the East Alton Invitational Tourney, defeating Nameoki, 27-16. The starting lineup for Hartford included Joe Pickering, Billy Brown, Herbert McGlll, Bernell Caldwell, nnd Douglass Sparks. Lowell Starbuck was a reserve. Tonight, Hartford will meet Roxana at *7 o'clock. \V8CS Entertained HARTFORD. — Mrs: Belle Fltz- hugh of East Hawthorne street entertained the WCTU, Tuesday evening at the group's regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Virginia Sackett, president, was in charge of the business meeting, after which Mrs. Bernice Wiegand gave the devotions and Mrs. Mabel Freeman took charge of the program. Helping Mrs. Freeman with the program were Mrs. DeHart, Mrs. Virginia Sackett, Mrs. Bernice Wiegand, and Miss Helen Peterson. After the program, the group enjoyed a social hour and the hostess served refreshments. Cntertalns Club HARTFORD. — Mis. Muriel Sparks, East Second street, entertained her club Wednesday evening at her home. During the evening, pinochle was played and prises given to Mrs. Kenneth Bode, Mrs. Wrcntlia Grover, Mrs. Ossie Pickelt, and Mrs. Madeline Blv- ons. Mrs. Jean Austin, Mrs. Bode, and Mrs. Bivens were guests of the evening. Later, the hostess served refreshments to the group. In two weeks the group will meet at the home of Mrs. Minnie Hillman. COTTAGE MILLS. '.Tan. 13 (Special) — Postmaster Charles Ray has been appointed chairman of the Cottage Hills March of Dimes campaign. We was named by Madison County Campaign Manager Ralph Johns of Madison. He plans to conduct a house, to house canvass here. Containers will be placed in all business places. A special film will -be shown at the theater and a collection will be taken at that time. Containers this year are in'the shape of a miniature "Iron lung." Last S387. was donated to the March of Dimes from Cottage Hills and Ray expressed hope that the sum would be exceeded this year. Special folders are to be given all the school children. The March of Dimes raises funds for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Firemen's Auxiliary to Meet COTTAGE HILLS —The Firemen's Auxiliary met last evening at the home of Mrs. John Smith. Cottage Hill* Notes COTTAGE HILLS—Mrs. Emery Self is at her home, unable to be at her work in the portnoy garment factory because of injuries received in a fall. Mrs. Self's daughter, Carol, is also ill at the family home with tooth Infection. Mrs. Leon Harrison, Wood River, visited Wednesday with her niece, Laverne Harris, who is convalescing from a tonsilectomy. Mrs. Edward Laird and daughter, Frances Slice, spent Tuesday in St. Louis. Miss Clara Hock, a student nurse at Alton Memorial Hospital, was a Sunday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brown. West Alton RNA Holds Meeting WEST ALTON, Mo.—Ten members attended the Thursday afternoon meeting of the Royal Niegh- bors of America at the home of MrS. Joseph Smith. Mrs. Henry Keene underwent a major operation Wednesday morn- :j:i Ing at St. Joseph's Hospital, St. «' Charles. Mrs. Joseph P. Fahrig entertain- j ed her card club Wednesday night. Twelve members were present, Henry J. Brunstein has taken a position as regular drawbridge operator with the M. I. B. & B. R. R. :o. The Young People's Society of he Catholic church entertained members' mothers at one of its monthly parties in the church basement. Mrs. Henry Jacobs, sr., suffered njurles to her ankle Wednesday night. She turned the ankle while walking from church to her home. are to hrtng their own UAle services. Thursday, Jan. 26, the members will have a textile painting meeting at 9:30 a. m. In the home of Mrs. John Wheeler, Carlinville. Thhe next regular meeting of the unit wll be Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the home of Mrs. Kenneth McAfee. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD— > Mrs. W. E. Duckels returned Wednesday after visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Woods, at Alton. , Mrs. Mae Cost ley, Springfield, was a guest several days this week of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Keele. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nixon and family. Miss Clara Nixon, and Mrs. Viola Nixon visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Bob Long, Alton. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK IIS MSA IT, 9 to S Dally. Sat.. 8 to •— No Examine* ti on , on WednexUy Aftcrnooni. SAVINGS TO INTRODUCE YOU TO GRANTS bvW M beats mm tpecHlcatiaaf ... UIOMTOIY TESTO ... carefully COM- »aKB . . . t» CUAMNTtl thot « • Grant brand tt't AMERICA'S TOP VALUE. Nm* «1 SKOAl IOWEIEO PUCES It tatradjica *aa awe ample to than. 14 Attend Polk Bureau Meeting CHESTERFIELD, Jan. 13 — Special) — Mrs. George Gibson was hostess Wednesday afternoon o 13 members of the Polk Home Bureau and one guest at the home >f Mrs. Charles Hounsley. The health lesson on -"Why Not Adopt a Child?" was given by Mrs. Bill Wheeler; the minor lesson on Hotel Etiquette" by Mrs. John Wheeler. Mrs. C. Wheeler pre- ented the major lesson on "Sav- ng Time in Home Sewing." Plans were made for a potluck upper for all members and'their amilies, Jan. 28, at the American Legion hall, Carlinville. Families cted and killed beeves for his riends for many years. Henry N. Long, Belleview, was Hardin visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinder, Golden Eagle, transacted business t the courthouse Thursday morn- ng. Dorene's Beauty Shoppe has moved from the Fulkerson home o rooms in the new Parker build- ng. Maurine Barry, for many years clerk at the Lorsbach Store, is ow working as checker in the rocery department at Roths. The Brussels Woman's Club will leet Thursday evening, Jan. 19, at he home of Mrs. Kdna La.Marsh. i WORK SHIRTS I 27 FLIGHT CLUB POLOS wash chomp Grants own brilliant patterns and colors art guaranteed wainfait. Fin* combed cotton knits, in full silts from 6 to 16. 67* reg. 79« boys'Durene SOCKS Finest cotton there is! Woshfast blaze/ stripes. In sizes 7 to 11. Reg. 19* 33V Sanforized chambrayt have triple sewn main teams, bar locks. Blue.* U'/z to 17. DUNGAREES Sanforized blue denims, double stitched and cut for exact fit. 29 to 42. Reg. I.9S I 67 WTG WORK SOCKS Keg.M«. Nylon re- A*< inforced heel, toe. A V pr. Sanferiztd for lasting fit "lovlee" dips 1.00 80 square'cotton percal* will not shrink out of fitl With hem-stitched detail* ing on white, pink. 34-44. Slieifrom46feS2 1.19 llardlst Hardin Notes HARDIN—Reports from St. An hony's Hospital say that the con- dlijon of Hubert Bull It satiafac- ory. Bull was seriously burned ast Sunday, but Is expected to make a rapid recovery. Art Schulie, flying farmer and member of the famous seed corn Irm at Deer Plain, reports that Dr. Harry Manti, Alton, has joined he Flylrfg farmers of Prairie r armer Land. Dr. Mants Is well known In this area. Mrs. Alta lldwell Is driving a w car. Republican County Chairman Carl Frank*, Batchtown, stopped n Hardin Thursday morning. He was on his way to Springfield to ttend a statewide meeting of county chairmen. Prank Corbet t, Hamburg. Is levering some choice beef to locker lant customers. Corbett has se- One Week From Today! 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