Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 18, 1950 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 18, 1950
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Tin ALTON IVIWNO TBLtOftAlW PAfttta* SetlwegeMtolladair Announcement Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holladay of the Alton-Jerseyvllle road are announcing the engagement and flp- proaehlng marriage of their daughter, Miss finite Holladay, to Victor Schwegel. The wedding will take plncc Monday morning, February 13, at 9 O'clock In St. Mary's Church. Miss Holladny Is a graduate of Alton High School, St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, and St< John's Hospital (Springfield, 111,) School of Anesthesia. She Is on the staff of Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. Schwegel, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Schwegel, Is •• graduate of Marquette High School and served In the United States Navy for six and one-half years. Mr. Schwegel and Victor Schwartz own and operate Faul- stlch's. Square Diincing at YWCA A square dancing party will be held at the Young Women's Christian Association Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Instruction will be given for beginners, during the first part of the evening, by Miss Margaret Hyde, instructor-caller from St. Louis. Anyone who Is Interested In square dancing will be welcomed. Young Wed* Club Meeting Monthly meeting of the Young Weds was held at the Young Women's Christian Association Monday night, and a brief business session followed dinner. Officers for 1950, Charles Rayborn, president; Mrs. Arthur Fowler, vice-president; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Batty, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Lester Deucker, publicity chairman, were installed. The club will attend the Fox theater In St. Louis Saturday as one of their activities for the month, and Mr. and Mrs. George Ryrie Invited the club to their home In Falrmount (or a card party Saturday, February 4. Next dinner-meeting will be held February 13 at 6:30 o'clock at the Young Women's Christian Association. —4— Pioneer Club Meeting Pioneer Club will meet with Mrs. A. J. Degenhardt, at the home of her niece, Mrs. D. Smith, 315 Bluff street, Thursday. Miss tfalbert to Wed Announcement Is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Varner Halbert, 837 Whlttler avenue, Wood River, of the approaching marriage of their d a u g ht e r, Dolores, to Donald Cnnhanr., son of Mrs. Pauline Hicks, 115 East Maple s t r ee t, Hartford. The marriage will be an event of Saturday, February 11, taking Mlm Halbert. place at 7:30 o'clock in the evening In the First Uaptlst Church, Hartford. Mr. Conhnm and Miss Halbert are graduates of East Alton-Wood River High School. Mr. Canham Is connected with Canham Midway Service on Delhi-Jersryvllle road, and his bride-to-be Is a part-time employe of Sears Roebuck & Co. D. of I. Dinner Tuesday Alton Circle, Daughters ot Isabella, will have a covered dish dinner, nt 6:30 o'clock, Tuesday, Jan. 24. Committee in charge is composed of Mrs. Bernard Wclrlch, Mrs Berkley York, Mrs. Clyde W. Bow ers, Mrs. John Carr, Mrs. Josepl Snyder, Mrs. R. L. Galloway, Mrs Harry Hannahan, Mrs. J. John son, Mrs. Alma Kenny, Mrs. Pau line Nolle, Mrs. Margaret Schenk Mrs. Ted Telkamp and Mrs, J. A Ellenberger. Ladies of GAR Install Officers MR. AND MRS. ROIERT K CURRY who were married before the Rev. 0. W, Hdggemeier in the Evangelical Church Jan. 14 Mrs. Curry is the former Miss Georgia Underwood. — Photo by Rissi Studio. •Upper Alton Woman's Club Mrs. H. Clark Foster and Mrs. V.: Edward Yust were hostesses Tiiesday to the Upper Alton Woman's Club, entertaining at the homo of:Mrs. Foster, 2104 Washington avenue. Mrs. Clare M. Pettenglll played Prelude In E minor, Mendelssohn; "Hark, Hark, the Lark," Schubert-Liszt, "Butterfly," Grelg, and "The Girl With the Flaxon Hair," Debusscy. Mrs. Robert B. Lynn spoke on books for children, and displayed several books to Illustrate her talk. She spoke on "Paint Box Summer," Betty Cavannn, a book for the teen age girl, and "A Happy Adventure," a story for tiny tots, written and Illustrated by Matthew and Bernard Monks of Kansas City; formerly of Alton. During a social mants were served. Mrs. Nell Waterbury and Mrs. U. P. Johnson will have the ctub as their guest January 31. Recital at Montloello A two-piano recital will be presented by Miss Jeanetto Ross and Robert Oldham of the Montlcello College music department in Benjamin Godfrey Memorial tonight at B o'clock. They will be assisted by Mrs. Betty Ware Sly, violinist. YMCA Co-ed Club Co-ed Club \vlll meet fit the Young Men's Christian Association tonight at S o'clock. Past Regenta Entertained Past regents of Alton Circle, 37, National Daughters of Isabella, were entertained by Mrs. Melvin Gent at Mineral Springs Hotel Tuesday night. Dinner was served, and after a business session canasta was played. Walton Chanter Dance Walton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will give a finncliiR party Saturday night at Franklin Masonic Temple, Mlia Wood Honored Miss Audrey Wood, who will become the brldo of Eugene Elmendorf February 4, was guest of honor at a party given Tuesday night by Mrs. Charles Wallace and Mrs. Paul McGarvey at the home of Mrs. McGarvey, 3518 Omega street. Twenty-one guests were In attendance, and the party appointments were In yellow and pa|e green. Ml«s Wood wag presented with gifts of a personal nature. Games provided entertainment, and lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Kmmett Emery, Miss Edna Lou Miller and Miss Wood waft awarded prizes. Square Dancing Party Square dancing will be featured at; a party to be given Friday night, at 8 o'clock, by the Altar Society of Old Cathedral at Old Cathedral Hall. Harold Bean will b* caller. Officers-elect of Circle 126. La dies of the Grand Army, were 1n stalled Tuesday at Odd Fellows Hall and the ceremonial was pre ceded by a covered dish luncheon Mrs. Thomas W. Dean was seated as president. Mrs. John T. Degnan was Instal ling officer; Mrs. Frances Graessle Circle 127, installing chaplain, and Mrs. John Klnser of Greenfield Installing conductor. Mrs. Klnser, the former Mrs Barbara Bunse of Alton, organizer the first Circle o£ the Ladies of the Grand Army In Alton. She Is a member of Lovejoy Circle, 9D of Brighton. Among those present were Mrs John Chowning of Monroe, La., Mrs. Anthony Campagna and Mrs. Carrol Rodgers. Mrs. Chowning sister of Mrs. Degnan, Is a member of Circle 126 and Mrs. Campagna and Mrs. Rodgers are members of Circle 127, Alton. Officers of Circle 126 for 1950 are: Mrs. Thomas W. Dean, president; Mrs. Joseph Winters, senior vice; Mrs. William Hefley, junior vice; Mrs, John T, Degnan, treasurer; Mrs. Peter Fuchs, sr., chaplain; Mrs. La Verne Vanausdoll patriotic Instructor fc Mrs. Irma Tosh, registrar; Mrs. Ernest Worthy, historian; Mrs. Maude Eudy, conductor; Mrs. Eulis Dunnegan, guard; Mrs. Charles Dilling, assistant guard; Mrs. Curtis Fields, assistant conductor; Mrs. John T. Peterson, secretary; Mrs. Ernest Worthy, musician, and Mrs. Joseph Winters, publicity chairman. Mrs. Eudy, retiring president, presented a gift to each officer who served with her In 1949. Friends 57 Years Ago Meet Again, Marry; Each 75 Gordon Wntts of Wlnficld, Mo., nnd Mrs. Sarah Jeans of Alton were married Tuesday at 5:30 o'clock In the parsonage of Alton Gospel Tabernacle, with the Rev. Harold Hamilton officiating. Mr. Watts and Mrs. Jeans, each 74 years of age, were friends In Wlnfleld 57 years ago but In later years lost trace of each other. About six months ago Mrs. Jeans attended u social event at a church In Wlnfleld, and met and renewed acquaintance with Mr. Watts. Mrs. Joans' son and daughter- in-law by a former marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Jeans, witnessed the ceremony and after the wedding entertained with dinner at their home In honor of Mr. Watts and his bride. Mr. and Mrs. Watts are visiting relatives and friends In Alton but plan to leave Sunday for'Winfleld where Mr. Watts has a home ready for occupancy. $J9.SO Small Down Payment. Easy Terms. SEWING CENTER tit State St. *-..-• !*!•• faff TERM BEGINS JANUARY 14, HUMS THROUGH |14MM TUESDAY AND THURSDAY MORNINGS, fiM I* 11 Everything Musical. XtStN SfimmVATORY Of MMIO OOUJQE AVENUE Jaycee Wives Form Auxiliary A women's auxiliary to the Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce has been organized, and wives of members of the Chamber will be at dilated with the new organization. The auxiliary, In meeting Tuesday night, made plans to have monthly meetings, on the third Tuesday. Officers for the auxiliary are Mrs. Harold Davidson, president; Mrs. Jay Friedman, vice-president; Mrs. Homer Adams, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert R. Young, recording secretary, and Mrs. Sidney Arst, treasurer. Last night's meeting was held at Mineral Springs Hotel. Personals Miss Betty Jean Ziegler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Zie^'l 2403 Henderson avenue, has accepted a secretarial position with the Paul Brown Investment Co., St. Louis. Miss Ziegler has just completed a secretarial course nt the Rublcam Business School, St. Louis. Carbondale, Jan. 18.—Bob Feldcn of East Alton and James Milfard of Alton have been pledged to Sigma Beta Mu, social fraternity at 'Southern Illinois University. Marriage license was issued in Wood River Tuesday to Joseph J. Viola nnd Ruth Bentley of Wood River by Mrs. Cecil Budde, deputy marriage license clerk. A marriage license was issued Monday by Mrs. Budde to Edrjc Hen ricks of Hartford and June Irene Herdin of Olive Branch. • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Landgraf and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Landgraf re'turned Tuesday from Charleston, S. C., were they were guests of Mrs. J. G. Melijng, Capt. R. E. Melting and Miss Mary Melling. Mrs. Clara Kugler and Mrs. Effie J. Juttemeyer left Saturday for Rochester, Minn., and are guests at Damon Hotel. WRC Sewing Circle to. Install 1950 Officers Sewing Circle of the Woman's Relief Corps will meet Friday at he home of Mrs. William Eisner, .611 Greenwood avenue, and of- icers for 1050 will be seated. A covered dish luncheon will be erved. Mrs. Butler Heath is retiring >resldent and Mrs. Gilbert Swain etlrlng senior vice-president. Officers to be installed are: Mrs. iVIlliam Eisner, president; Mrs. illbert Smith, senior vlce-presi- lent, and Mrs. Peter Fuchs, sr., secretary-treasurer. Church Events Phllathea class of the First Methodist Church will meet Fri- ay at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Eu- ilce Hill, Mrs. Everett DeSherlia nd Mrs. J. A. Lewis at the home if Mrs. Hill, 2700 College avenue. Mrs. E. J. Bennington will be eader ot devotions. Birtkt Mr, and Mrt. Richard Stamper of Godfrey have given the name cf Judith Ann to a daughter. The baby, their first child, was born Saturday In St. Joseph's Hospital weighing seven pound* and H ounces. Mrs. Stamper w*s before her marriage, Miss Frances Blair, daughter of Mrs. E. H. Abbott of Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sims, 406 Dry street, East Alton, are announcing the birth of a daughter. The baby was born at 11 a. m. Tuesday In Wood River Township Hospital and weighed eight pounds, A daughter, weighing six pounds and 14 ounces, was born to Mr, and Mrs. Joe Powell, 449 Acton avenue, Wood River, at 8:58 a. m Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Thomson of 554 North Third street, Wood River, are parents of a son, whom they have named John Andrew The baby, their first child, was born at 6:41 a. m., today in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds and one ounce. Announcement hfcg been made by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DeWerl of East Alton, Route 1, of the birth of a son, James Robert. The baby, weighing eight pounds nnd three ounces, was born at 10:24 p. m. Tuesday In Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. DeWerf have two other children, Mary, 6, and Michael, 4. The name of Paulette LaVaughn has been' given a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson of Bethalto, Route 1. The baby was born at 3:17 -a. m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds and 10 ounces. A son, Randall Theodore, was horn at 5:26 a. m. today In Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Young of 606 Maple street, Jerseyville. The baby, their first child, weighed six pounds and one ounce. Mrs. Young was before her marriage, Miss Rosella Da- Vault. Announcement has been made of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. James Ballard of 837 Fullerton avenue. The baby was born at 6:54 p. m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing seven pounds and six ounces. A six pound and eight ounce son was born at 3:46 a. m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas of Oak wood avenue. Business Women HearDr.Norbury Dr. F. Garm Norbury, director of Norbury Sanitorium, Jacksonville, addressed a meeting of Alton Business & Professional Women's Club Tuesday night at the Young Women's Christian Association. Dr. Norbury, presented by the health and safety committee, of which Mrs.. Irene Witty is chairman and Miss Louise Anthony co-chairman, spoke on "Mental Hygiene for the Business Woman." Miss Alice Horn presented a program of readings and impersonations. Announcement was made that he February meeting would be held at Shurtleff College by special nvitation from Dr. David Andrew Weaver, president.' Miss Grace Postlewait presided, and Miss Anthony read the collect. Miss Helen Rose Yeothan led in lub singing, and Miss Irene V. ieil was at the piano. Associated on the committee vith Mrs. Witty and Miss Anthony are Mrs. A. C. Barr, Mrs. Vicoria Benner, Miss Nellie Doolling, Mrs. Elda Enos, Mrs. Regina Feld- visch, Mrs. Blanche Flory, Mrs. hoebe Goldberg, Miss Lucy Jones, Miss Clara Krizton, Mrs. Sue Miler, Miss Beatrice Teter, Mrs. N. B. Thornton, Miss Rowena Waggoner, Miss Pauline Whitner and Miss Kathcrlne E. Wilson. Annual Dinner of Girl Scout Council Event Set for Feb*. 6 at the YWCA Annual dinner of the Alton- Wood River' Area, Council of Girl Scouts, will be held Monday, February fl, at 6:30 p. m., at the Young Women's Christian Attoel atlon. , Mrs. Esther Gulp It .chairman of arrangements, and Miss Kay Siebenthal • Is ticket chairman. Tickets may be obtained at the scout office or through neighborhood chairmen. , National Girl Scout Council Is conducting a survey of program evaluation and leadership training and the local Council has been selected to represent southern II llnols. Mrs. Robert Paris, community advisor for Region 7, and a member of the National Field staff, will make a preliminary visit to the Alton-Wood River "area January 19 and 20. The survey of the local Council will be made February 20-24. Miss Catherine Hammett, former member of the National Camp Advisory Committee, is planning to visit this community, and will conduct an Institute on camping skills and an introduction to the out-of-doors. Optimists Will Dine Swim Class Alton Optimist Club members Monday night are to stage a dinner and recognition ceremony for 20 boys who have completed a 10- week s swimming course at the YMCA, sponsored by the club. Optimist President Jack Reed has announced awards will be presented to three of the boys who are judged as outstanding in swimming during the course. The first place award is a loving cup. The swimming class periods were conducted by Pete Davey and Dave Reno as Instructors with Ed Hayes and Harry Buck on hand as, sponsors and safety guards. Byron Roodhouse and Bernie Hughes of the "Y" staff are to judge the swimmers for the awards. The recognition dinner is to be at 7 p. m., following a swim at 6 p. m. at the YMCA. At last night's meeting, Jerry Dalton was taken into the Optimists. President Reed announced a large group of new members is to be taken in at a dinner for members, prospective members and their wives at Hotel Stratford, Jan. 31, at 7 p. m. Speaker of the evening is to be Cy Forsting, St. Louis, Optimist Eighth District governor. Bunker Hill MYF Attends Meeting BUNKER HILL, Jan. 18, (Special)—Twenty-five members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship and Mrs. Ralph Moxey, Mrs. Robert Smith, and D. W. Gravitt attended the Mt. Olive Group MYF meeting at Mt. Olive Monday evening. Bunker Hill received the banner for having the most persons nresent, except for the host church. The February meeting will be held in Gillespie. Blinker Hill Notes. BUNKER HILL.—Mr. and Mrs. hi. E. Taube attended a dinner Monday evening In Granite City given for Gideons of the St. Louis, East St. Louis and Alton districts. Cathy and Billy Kuethe are spending this week with their ;randparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller, while their mother, Mrs. Robert Kuethe, is in Alton Memorial, where a son .was born Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Garrison, ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK Hospital Notes St. Joseph't Hospital . Mtetetl TttaMent jxn iapot, en Lmtdmt. John Dufistt, 137 Third, HartfoH. MM GoMM NAlan, 1MB Oro«. Norman Ounwn, Godfrey, Route 1 Mrs. Lcla Wedding, JcrteyvllM. Mn. Olivia Miner, wife of Miller, 319 Blurt. Sirileat TrtatmfBt N*«l fell, wife ot Or* Bell, 111 Doris Pete t. .Bteten. 833 Kelt Fourth. Mm. Lucille Huber, wife ot Ha»M Huber, 1017 Diamond. WHIM Beatty, 3311 Sherman. Mn. Ada Kemph. 1710 Bcovtll. Dlimliial* Mm. Ntaa Sims, 1331 Taylor. Fred flnell, S20 Belle. Leonard Under, 839 Vine, Bethatto. Mr*. Helen Lakes, 1725 Belle. Jame* Flavin. BdwardtVIIU. Soy Perry, zoo'.i state. William Stork. 2714 Bmtwlek. Mn. Bertha Kelly. IMS Joeitlnf. Mn. Ruth riemlns and InfSnt daush ter, 70S State. Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Mn. Barbara Scott. 2*17 Judion. George Wells, Brighton. Mri. Edith Downing, 307 Henry. Mn. Cecil Taynor, 230 Flora, Godfrey Sarflcal Treatment Mn. Dorothy Wheeler, Bunker Hill. Harvey Mouier, Cottage Hllli. Mn. Cleta Maxfleld, Farina. Dltmlnal* Mn. Mabel Jonev Cast Alton. Haute 1 Gerald Murphy. Jerieyvllle, Route 1 Mn, Nellie Flnkbone, 3006 Burton. Mn. Jensle Lancaster, 1201 McPhenon Ralph Slahl, 3202 College. Bert Corder, 1030 K*st Broadway. Harry Hanser, 82!) Buskin. Edwards vllle. Mn. Nona Marshall, 2707 Judion. Kenneth Jenklnt, Bunker Hill. Wood River Township Hnsnital Medical Treatment Mn. Emma Evans, 3912 Coronado, Al ton. Richard Wheat, Cottage Hills. Surgical Treatment Mn. Thursa Young, 970 Wood River Wood River. Mrs. Virginia Edwards, 228 McCas land. East Alton. Dismissals Mrs. Dorothy Miller, 108 Tomllnson East Alton. Mrs. Monica Garrison, 148 Victory East Alton. Mrs. Margaret Callahan, 743 Madison Wood River. Freddie Allen Coynes, 213 Whltelaw Bast Alton. frlnda Lou Coynes, 213 Whltelaw East Alton. Baby Boy Cooper, 219/Indiana, South Roxana. Baby Girl Lovell, 133 Second, Hart' ford. Kane Mrs. Gilbert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woolsey and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Scoggins went to Jacksonville, Saturday night, to hear their cousin, Charles Weller sing over the radio. He won first prize. Bethalto Infant Is Buried Near Lincoln BETHALTO, Jan. 18. (Special) —The body of Kenneth Allan Ball infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ball, was taken to Logan County, near Lincoln, this morning for burial in Carlyle cemetery. The baby died Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital shortly after birth. Surviving In addition to his parents are his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ball, Lincoln, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gilley, Edwardsville. Piffsfield, spent the weekend with Mrs. Garrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller and son were also dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Fite and son were dinner and supper guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Reiker and family of Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller and son, Mark,' visited Horace Baldridge in St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield, Sunday. CONVERT YOUR OLD TREADLE TO A MODERN ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE BEST SELLERS IN MIDWEST (At raporUd by leading bookihopil CHICAGO rictlon—"M«ry." "The Egyptian," "The Man with the Golden Arm," "The Woman of Home." Nonflcllon — "Whltn Collar Zoo." '•The Mature Mind." Thli I Remember,' 1 "Home Sweet 7.110." MILWAI'KKC fiction—"The Egyptian." "Mary," "The Way Went." "A Rage to Live." Nouflctlon—"Peace of Soul," "The Autobiography of Will Roger»," "The •even Storey Mountain." "The W»ton of Blloe." ricllon~"Mary," "The Egyptian." "The Way Wett, rhe Cry and the Covenant." Nonflollon—"The Created Story Ever Told." "A Guide to Confident Living." "Peace of Soul," "Tni» I Remember." ALTON (Ai Reported by Malheril rietlon-"A Mai* to. Live." 'The OM Oaken Bucket." "The Woman ot •wne," "Tli* KypUM," "fttsry." Nonllctlon-"How to Win at CM- MU." "The Mature Mind." "The Water* of •Hot." 'The Autobiography of Will lUmew." Mo*t of theae book) arc in ilook. U not. we will |et them lor you promptly. No extra chars'*. MATHER'S MATHEH.MOWUSON. INC. JH HA|A IT. NEW WAY TO SAVE CLOTHING DOLLARS New development in cleaning methods actually adds wear to clothes... deans better too. Clean yours more often and you'll buy less clothes. That saves money. LAUNDERERS • DRY CLEANERS • RUG CLEANER? liliiil JKi;..,ks^.lic Fiw PJcaVup and DtJirtiy MM BAIT UOADWAY WAI 3-1177 STARTING WED. LIMITED TIME ONLY * NEW MOTORS * ELECTRIC LIGHTS NEW CAIINETS * NEW FOOT OR KNEE CONTROL * FULLY GUARANTEED NO OHAME FOR HCK-UJ OR DELIVERY FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-8310 SIWINO CIMTIH 2424 I, IROADWAY ALTON, ILL. Democratic Committee Women in Edwirdiville COtft Hlltt^WOttMtl Of Madison County m** at BJwarts- vllle Gun Club tufttflay, anA 70 persons wen In sittMflMcc. GtwMi included candidates tot the spring election. The coiAinltteewotnen will meet In Wood River the third Tuesday In February. Dorsey Lutheran League Elects DORSEY, Jan. U. (Special) — Mrs, O. F. Strotnman was elected president of the Emmous Lutheran women's Missionary League Monday evening. Mrs. John T. John* son was elected secretary-treasurer. The group will hold an all day quilting bee Thursday. A pot-luck luncheon will be served at noon, Dorsey Notes DORSEY.— Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ruppel and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuethe and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyd and sons, of Alton and Mrs. {Catherine Burgess spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aljets and family, Mrs. Harry Steelman and children spent the weekend In Roxana visiting her sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Everett and sons and her mother. Mrs. Howard Campbell, Hammond, Ind., who Is visiting In the vicinity. Edward Aljets and John E. Johnson drove to Fairfleld, Tuesday, and moved the household furniture of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garland and family, who are moving to .the home of Arthur Edsall. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dietzel and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burjes and children visited relatives In Prairietown, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John E. Johnson spent several days last week In Alton with her , son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duelin and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Emde and daughter, Patty Sue, Bethalto visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burjes and family, Sunday evening. Miss Lillian Roheoff and friend, Miss Marcie Rlchman, St. Louis, spent the weekend with Miss Rohe- off's aunt, Mrs. Martha Christian and children. Friends here will be interested to learn that the Rev. C. P. Rohe- off, St. Paul, Minn., has accepted a call to Bunceton, Mo. The installation will be Feb. 5. The Rev. Roheoff is a brother of Mrs. Martha Christians and was pastor of the Lutheran Church here at one time. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bertels and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Heine. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mansholt and family of Bunker Hill spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heuer and family. Mrs. Earl Green of Moro spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerman Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Hessie Deen and daughter spent Sunday afternoon and evening in Alton visiting Mr. WEPMatiPAY, JANUAHY il. tMt World Day of Prayer Planned Council of Church Women Outline* Program Executive board of th« AHmi Council of Church women *« Monday noon at the pttlih hout* of First MethodlM Church. fourteen churche* were represented and the women formulated plant for the World Day of Pray •r, which will be held frMay, February 24, at Upper Alton Bap* tilt Church, 1:45 p. m. The theme selected U "Faith for Our Time." The Mrvtce of worship to bt used was written by Mtcht Kawat, a Japanete Christian and founder of Reiser Girls' Shool just outside Tokyo. Mrs. Harry Rose sr., will head the program committee and Mrt, Stanley A. Beck and Mrs. A. Mil* ler will be In charge of publicity. Mrs. William Schmidt, Mrt, Lawrence Gent and Mrs. M. Rica) will arrange a service for shut-Ins, Mrs. David Andrew Weaver It president of the women's organization of the host church for thf 1950 World Day of Prayer. Exchange Club to Meet at Mpnticello A delegation of 42 members of Alton Exchange Club will be tho guests of Montlcello College Thursday. The dinner meeting will be* gin at 6 p. m., followed by a tour of the college. Ralph Wandllng, Exchange program chairman, is In charge of the club's arrangements. A midnight, show was held at the State Saturday for the club't milk and medical care fund. Chairman Ed Gratian stated that ticket returns are incomplete but Indications are this phase of the drive will be successful. Tom Metcalfe was general chairman of the campaign. and Mrs. Andrew Deen and Mr. and Mrs. Oran Robinson and daughter. CLEARANCE SALE OF Main Spring Arch Shoes For Men and Women Exclusively At *16 STATE—ALTON, ILL. "When Third Meets State." GOULDEVG'S — Jewelers in Alton Since 1852— JANUARY SALE "SPECIALS" • * Outstanding values for graduation, wedding, birthday, anniversary and other special gifts. Limited quantities on some items. * For 2 Weeks Only! Watches — Special Groups, Men's and Ladies' Some nationally advertised. White and yellow gold- filled cases, some solid gold set with diamonds. All fully guaranteed. $20 to $200 values. Re*. Value NOW R*f. Value 91M Ladies' {'Diamonds. S4».t5 1M Men's 17-Jewel M Ladles' t-Dlamond. 1M5 65 Men's IT-Jewel 41 Ladles' 17-Jewel .. J2.W 41 Men's 17-Jewel M Ladies' Attractive.. 19.13 M Men's 17-Jewel 32 Lapel Watches ... IMS 87 Men's 9-Jewel NOW •47.M 17.50 M.M 14.75 IMS ALL DIAMOND RINGS ..' 20% OFF No exceptions. Platinum, White and Yellow Gold— ' Bridge Rings, Cocktail Rings and Solitaires. $32.50 Value 52-Pc. International Silverware Set new $29.85 , Heavy-Plated Silverware 6-TEASPOONS $1.15 8-ICE TEASPOONS .... $2.65 8-SALAD FORKS $2.65 Rof. $1.50 to $3.00 COMPACTS, new $1.OO each Special Croup STONE SET RINGS OFF Regular Prices All DIAMOND RING MOUNTINGS .... 20% to 25% OFF Platinum, White and Yellow GoW—Some Diamond Set IRONZED RAIY SHOES, Mason Masterpiece., lookends, Paper Weights, Ash Trays, etc. January only .. .15%OFF Reg. $5.95 to $7.50 Value Wrist Watch lands—Styles for ladies' and men's watches—Expansion, link, ratchet and fold-over center catch models... .T.... $4.95 EACH Whether li's an Inexpensive Tie-Clasp, a Compact, a Rirthalene Ring, a Watch of precision accuracy, a sat af Silverware, at a heautlful Diamond, yau'U AM Many such gift Howe priced inexpensively during immmmry tale "i|wel«U" rrlcei iMtoaa r*a*ral Tas Where AiiUcaple R«f 4»<rod (MM** - AiMncan Cow StXMty. GOULDING'S ^^•n*^*^ aafc^j a a «•«•••.• «aVi_llsBl>V 4W ^^••^•^ 206 WIST THUD ST.

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