Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 16, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 16, 1950
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MONDAY, JANUARY it, 1950 nonv >AOI1**ti Prepare Elsah PTA Program ELSAH, Jan. 16 (Special)—The executive board • of the Parent- Teacher Association met at the school this afternoon to prepare SOMONlMtt the program tor the January meeting of the PTA, which wilt M held a week from tonight, at the VII- large Hall. On the program was Miss Betty Stanley, Jerseyvllle, nurse for County School District 100, and Miss Sabatello, Jerseyvllle, speech comctlonlftt lor District 100, who will speak of their work. Double Celebration ELSAH — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnes were host and hostess at a family dinner given at their home, Selma and LaSalle street, Sunday afternoon, the occasion being the former's twenty-seventh birthday, which occurred Thursday, and the seventy-second birthday of his grandfather, Justice of the Peace, W. R. Barnes, which occurred Wednesday. Honor Eleanor Ford ELSAH — Eleanor Anne Ford was honored with a party given Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton D. Ford, on The Prlnclpla College campus, the occasion being her sixth birthday. Refreshments were served and gifts presented the honoree. The guests included Sandra Hake and Peggy Skinner of the village; Mary Ann Lurton, Dow and Nancy Nietman, Tammy Swett, Janetha Mitchell, and Dorothy Leonard of the college campus. Hobby Club Meet* ELSAH — Members of the Elsah Bird and Hobby club met in the upper room of the school Friday afternoon. They voted to buy seed to feed birds when ice and snow prevents them from finding food. A great number of cardinals have been seen here this winter as have woodpeckers, blue jays, and wrens. Guests at Village Inn ELSAH — Recent guests at the COTTAGE HILLS, June 16. — The Rev. Jack Brown brought his ministry at the Community Baptist Church to a close Sunday. He used as his morning text, Village Inn were Mr. and Mrs. George E. Parker and daughter, Miss Dorothy, and son, Tom E. Parker, River Forest, 111., and Mrs, R. J. Hensleln and Mrs. S. S. Strong, Indianapolis. ' Help'! a* near a* the Yellow Page*.' Here, in euy-to-iue, classified form, you'll find the names, addresses and telephone numberi of most everybody in town who fixe* thing*, sells thing*, repair* thing*. The** convenient lilting* include— • MIKNTIM • ELECTIMKMUIKIViei • F1UMSEK • MDIODULEMtURVIOI • ROOFERS LOOK IN THE THI CLASSIFIED SECTION Of YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Fir E ACH family that calls the Streeper organization in time of need receives our interested,' personal attention. The personal service we offer is an important advantage o f Streeper service. Baptist Pastor Closes Ministry At Cottage Hills "Loyalty to Christ" and Sunday evening preached on "The One Absolute Necessity". During the Rev. Brown's ministry, a new parsonage has been built, and a new educational unit added to the church. Two hundred new members have been taken Into the church, 130 by baptism, '31 by letter, and 30 otherwise. Sunday school attendance has doubled and funds In the treasury Increased from $63 to $2000. The Rev. Brown came to Cottage Hills from Delta, Mo., four years ago. The Browns expect to move to Highland in the next two weeks, where the Rev. Brown has accepted a call to the First Baptist Church. They Jiave two children, Helen and Warren. To Attend Fana Meeting COTTAGE HILLS — The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Marshall accompanied by a group of members from the Assembly of God Church will attend a section-wide fellowship meeting at Pana, Monday at 7:30 p. m. Cottage Hills Note* COTTAGE HILLS — Mr. and Mrs. W. Slpe, Mr. and Mrs. Gutnn Anderson and the Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Marshall went to Granite City, Friday evening, where they visited Mrs. Sipe's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gushleff. Ray Tltnpe, Hartford, was a din- ner guest Saturday at the home of his brother, William Tlmpe. A survey estimates that average working hours In 1950 will he around 41 hours a week! In 1960, about 38 hours per week. Wtrry •! FALSE TEETH SHppInt or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loo** tat«* teeth (lipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat. talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEBTH on your plates. Thin pleasant powder Rives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No lummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. ft'* alkaline mon - acid. Get FAS- TEETH at any drug store. (Adv.) CLAM*** AM ALTON ULiY IOST 17 11$. PRAISES tENNEL HI«HLY "Before taking fttoaatV —— Mra. Edith AMr* etf IS* * Ma*. 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