Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 16, 1950 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 16, 1950
Page 9
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH lettbllth* JMtury II, It* ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1950 Member of tht AMeeiated Prest, ftt Brighton Masons Install Of ficers Claude Woodson Worshipful Master BRIGHTON, Jan. 16 (Special) — Claude Woodson was InrtaUed worshipful master of the Hlbbard Masonic lodge at ceremonies in the Masonic Mall, Saturday evening. Other officers installed were senior warden, Homer Jocklsh; treasurer, Lester Allen; secretary, Harold Nelson; senior deacon, Warren Phipps; junior deacon, Emery Kamp; senior steward, Llyod Well; junior steward, John Down; marshal, Charles Yancey; and tylei, Harry Stobbs. Frank Burrows was installing officer and B. F. Towse Installing marshal. Visitors were present from Plasa, Franklin, Wood River, Gothic, East St. Louis, and Indiana lodges. family Party BRIGHTON. — Heyen Bros., local International Harvester dealers, are singing an evening of entertainment for their friends and their families at 8 p. hi., Tuesday, in the high school gym. The program will Include a stage show and the movie, "Honeymoon for Harriet." Attend Explorer Seoul Party BRIGHTON. — Robert Towse, Carson Oberlander jr., David McAfee, Charles Isenberg, Fred Oberlander, James Beasley, Jean Towse. Elowese Beasley, Melva Welner, To Relieve Colds' Miseries Do This At Once! WORKS FOR HOURS-EVEN WHILE YOU SLEEFI SB Mother... with all these nasty colds around, be sure to relieve distress with the best- known home remedy you can use... Vicks VapoRub! The moment you rub it on throat, chest and back, Vicks VapoRub starts right to work 2 ways at once! Its medicinal vapors petie- trate into upper bronchial tubes. It stimulates chest and back surfaces like a warming, comforting poultice. And...VapoRub Jcrtnf «p this relief-bringing action for hours... even while you steep.' Often by morning the worst miseries of the cold are gone. Try it! Best'known home remedy _. v ^w^ you con use to relieve distress of colds. Rub it on- jf VAPOBUI Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Towse, and Mr; and Mrs. C*rson Oberlander fit- tended the Explorer Scout party at the lodge of Camp Warren l*v!s. Saturday evening. Special recognition was given at the Bridge of Honor to Senior Crow Leader Robert Towse, and to Crew Leaders Carson Oberlander jr. and Charles Isenberg. Presbyterians Install* BRIGHTON. — The newly elected officers of the Presbyterian Sunday school were installed by the Rev. Lyle tJ. Stone during the Sunday morning services. Paul L. Warner Is beginning his eleventh year as superintendent of the Sunday school. Home Bureau Will Meet BRIGHTON. — Miss Deborah Solllday, county adviser, will give the major lesson, "Planninp for Long Time Housing Improvements," at the merlins of the Brighton unit of tho Home Burpnii at 1:45 p. m., Tuesday, at tho home of Mrs, Anna Nelson. The minor lesson will be about "Hole! Etiquette." Baptist Campaign AtMeadowbrook MEADOWBROOK, .Tan. 16 (Special)—The First Baptist Church began a membership drive at Sunday school yesterday morning. Each member received n slip of paper havlrjg his name and a line to insert the name of a friend. The papers are to be given by the member to the person they have chosen to write in. When they attend Sunday school, the slip of paper becomes a link in the membership chain. The chain is part of a membership drive, begun by the Rev. Felix Lambert, to increase Sunday school enrollment. There were 80 present Sunday with 11 visitors, and 39 persons had Bibles in class. The attendance banner was awarded to the Young Ladies Class, .and the offer- inn banner to the Adults. Mcarifwbrookers Hear From Sou in Japan MEADOWBROOK, .Tan. 16 (Specials) — News was received last week, from Pfc. Melvin Caldwell, Yokohoma, Japan, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. El wood Caldwell. It was the first letter received since Melvin left Seattle, Dec. 19. Melvin stated that after a seasick crossing, he arrived in Yoko- homa Jan. 3., and went by train to Camp Youngham. The camp is approx- 1 m a t e 1 y 500 miles north of Tokyo. He wrote there was 34 feet of snow at ramp, but. the climate was not cold. Melvin attended grade school In teadowbrook and high school in cthalto. He has been in service months, and Is with the 49th ield Artillery. Mendowbronk Note* MEADOWBROOK — Mr. antl ouis Schwing and Mr. and Mrs. ic Vogt? Mt. Olive, were Satur- ay evening visitors of Mr. and rs. Walter Norder. Mr. and Mrs. Eno Voylcs onter- alned Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scheller nd son of Mt. Olive, at dinnei aturday evening. The dinner was n observance of Mr. Voyle's birth- ay. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Dolllnger, nd sons, of Troy were Sunday fternoon callers at the William teehlinger home. Greta Garbo to Appear In Balzac Production HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 16. lift — Greta Garbo Is coming out of retirement to play In "Lover and Friend," which will be photographed In England and France. Eagle-Lion Studio announced today that the production, based on Honore De Balzac's "Duchess De Langaeis," and -will get under way in April. Groups of low-cost fatties t* fee built oh the river short frit (nit- side the downtown district of Moil* tevldeo, Uruguay, will ftoit *5,900,« 000 and house thousands of people. MAP JMJeOHAPtt WANT AM SPECIAL SAVINGS FOR YOU DURING COOK'S THIS WEEK CLEARANCE SALE THIS WEEK right/ Resilient inamel YARD Felt Base • Full 9 Ft. Widths Regular 99e Valve WOOD-GRAIN RUG BORDER 24" V/IDTH Per Lineal Ft. ... 36" WIDTH Per Lineal Ft. ... Corrugated Runner Pliable, Rubber-Like 36 Inches Wide. ONLY Yd. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED 9xl2ft. RUGS MGUIAR $$.95 f)CHOICI PATTERNS • HEAVY WIIOHT Hurry in and choose from lovely, select patterns during this sensational M ,eandT\ \ I / / // ^^> .^^EW^ _^^^^ m - GENUINE INLAID LINOLEUM Choice Marbleiied and straight line patterns. Standard weight. Pir Runninc Ft, ROM RISIUINT TILE VoB^R*wV wi WWWW^W I «ir TILES ,-7 A IN SOLID JB-.V COLOtS DURABLE—FELT BASE MATS 18x36 Inches MARBLEIZED COLORS 84-124-144 •*" £•. v, tnutify Watts with. COOK'S COROC Your Key to Woll ieouty Bhn( new color end beeuty to your w«!U •nd ceilingi with e«o- nomioil COROC •> MM wMb Wetat • Ne feinly Oder 1 e B*IM In Heer •» l«« 0 II Uraly feiltl Celen YMV Flnr Ctnmi m list with COOK'S Hew e LIQUID driei In ebeul 20 minute* e Kequirei Ne Hubbinf, er IvffiHf S) Ne Nlirty Ode* U*e this e«*y-to-epply, mil polishing wu to protect •nd beautify your flooie— Wood, linoleum or tile. I*" 98* Quirt COOK'S PAINT A*k About Cook'* EatyP*ym*nt Plan 14 W. IROADWAY PHONE 3-M12 HEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS SAMPLE SALE FOR YOU LUCKY FEW WHO WEAR SIZE 4 - 4'/ 2 VALUES TO 12.95 AT ONLY 3.88 Pumps! Straps! Wedges! Sports! Hi or Medium Heefs! Reds! Greens! Browns! Blacks! Leather or Suede! Brand new Shoes you will see this Spring. Up to 12.95. Select several pairs at this price. Fresher Cokes, pastries, breads and rolls than you tasted are ready for you every day in our nearest store. They're afl baked in our modem weH-HgMod, weH-ventilated bakery equipped wUh the latest ma. cninery and reWgeration necessary to the pnoper production and using omy the finest lii||ndlinH obtoinoDle* HONEY FRUIT CRESCENT DanMi deugti wNfc p«lrr b«»er reRed to. Riled 10-Ot. wltfi hon.y end fcw«, »ee«ed •** «lked elw^d* 30- CARAMEL ROLL Mode greased p/m—|us» Nke on upside with delicious pecans and cherrios. 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