Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 18, 1950 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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WBPMMPAY. JANUARY IS, H30 Roxana Revival Starts Tonight ROXANA, Jan. 18 - The Rev. and Mrt. C. ROM Emrlck, Bay City, Mich., Will open a 12-day re- vlval At the Church of the Naea- fen«, tonight. The meeting Ig primarily In the Interert of youth, but all service* are opeA to the public. Tha program of Mr. Mid Mri. Emrlck In* cludee vocal and Instrumental number*, and the Rev, Emrlck wilt iptMl during each wrvlce. Be. fore hlg cotivetilon, Mr. Emrlck was a bMketball ttar, and In his sophomort yetr at the Unlvenlty of Pittsburgh wai cited for All- America honor* Mr. and Mr*. Emrick have devoted their time to the work of evangellim during the last 10 yeara. They recently conducted meetings In. Detroit and Flint, Mich. • , The campaign In Roxana will continue until Jan. 29. WMU to Meet flOXANA — The Women's Missionary Union of the Flrit Baptist Church will meet Thursday for an all day meeting at the Church. A potluck luncheon will be served at noon. Roxana Note* ROXANA — Elmer Rowe, West Sixth street, proprietor of Rowe'* Market on Sixth and Ferguson, Wood River, Is confined to Wood River Hospital with a blood clot In his leg. Henry Llppoldt, father of Arthur Llppoldt, Glendale Gardens, was taken to Wood River Township Hospital Sunday for medical treatment. ALTON IVtNtNO TftLIOHAPH KITCHEN CABINETS < FORMICA TOPS LINOLEUM TOPS RATHSKELLER WORK InttaJled by Skilled Workmen. DIAL 1-8714 COLSTON'S FIXTURE - EQUIPMENT Humbert St. Rd., ALTON who feel catsH by fnnetiiiul 'middli-uel Do you suffer from hot flashes, weak, nervous. Irritable clammy feelings- flu* to ih« functional 'middle-age* period oeouuar to women (38-52 yn.) ?ThenDOtryLydlaE.Pln)cham's Vegetable compound to relieve such symptoms! It also has what Doctor* call a stomachic tonic effect I Quickly Memorised &j&0ftK&>j Crochet yourself a high-fashion blouse to go with spring suits and skirts! Use mercerized crochet ana knitting cotton or two-ply yarn. Easy pattern stitch is quickly memorized. Pattern 978; directions, sizes 12-14; 16-18. Laura Wheeler'* improved pattern makes needlework so simple with Its charts, photos and concise directions. Send 20 cent* in coins for thl* pattern to Alton Telegraph, 60, Needlecrafy Dept., P. O. Box 181, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. Here's good news! Send 15 cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book —today! 104 illustrations of your favorite neeflle-hobbies—the choicest designs and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. Roxana Brownie Stout Troop Elects Officers ROXANA, Jan. 18 — At a meet- Ing of Brownie Scouts, Troop 67, Monday after school, at the Little House, Jane. Kay Arterberry was elected president. Other officers are Sandra Lovell, secretary, and Marie Jenkins, treasurer. Mrs. Dewey Bail, leader, conducted a discussion on safety and Mr*. Eugene Miller, co-leader, read Presbyterians Meet at Roxana ROXANA, Jan. 18 — The annual congregational meeting of the First Presbyterian Church was conducted recently with the Rev. E. £. DeLong acting as moder* ator. The,report stated 17 new mem* bers had been received into membership during the past year. Work on the addition to the east ot the present building is progressing and the basement is about completed. Electric work was In progress Tuesday evening and volunteer workers will soon be ready to break through the east side of the old building to place the archway which will join the two building*. Hardwood floor* will be laid. Officer* appointed at this meet* ing Include Ralph Reichers, A. W. Habbe, Harvey Rice, and Leslie Miller, elders-, Ralph Williams, Ray Saliman and George GUIel- and, trustees, and Mrs. CiydS*Con- dray, Mrs. Ralph Relchert, Mrs. Carl Gregory, and Mrs. Eldon Hobson, deaconesses. Ralph Miller was reinstated treasurer. Mr*. J. G. Cuddy I* fin* anclal secretary and J. G. Cuddy Is benevolent secretary. Mrs. Jack Vasey Is pianist with Mr*. Ralph Harris as assistant Ushers appointed were Virgil Parker Jr., Bob Klelnert, Jim Vasey, Floyd Drennan, Chartes Wade, BUI Grove*, Terry Wrest, Jim Nessl, and Jim Williams. Attend Luncheon ROXANA — A group of local women attended a luncheon given at noon Monday by Mrs.' Harold Chappell, Alton, a former resident of Roxana. Attending were Mrs. Ralph McKaughn. Mrs. O. L. Dren* nan, Mrs. Fred Morley, Mrs. Carl Gregory, Mrs. Oscar Klelnert, Mr*. Jack Vasey and son .Robert, Mrs. Gilbert Wade, Mrs. Clyde Condray, •nd Mr*. S. W. Frey and Mrs. Arnold Pfafflln, Alton, formerly of Roxana. Troop IS Meets ROXANA — Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 13 met Tuesday evening with their leaders, Mrs. Dorothy Mason and Miss Virginia Childress, in Mrs. Mason's room at Burbank School. The girls were divided Into two group* and each leader led in a discussion on photography. The girl* will take pictures thl* week for study next Tuesday. Patricia King will give a talk on "How to Clean Lens," and Dollie Ann Dietzel will explain the parts and working of a camera. Mrt. Mason announced the cook- Ing classes had been cancelled/The girls will begin work on their badge* and Dollie Ann Dietzel and Dixie McConnell announced they each have 13 badges at the present time. a story. Refreshments were served by Sandra Lovell. NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Mothers This Grade A Milk Is Recommended by Your Doctor for Your i Growing Children and Small Babies. Thi* Grade A Milk Is By Far Better Than What You Are Now Using. Hire's Why: \ % We start our quality program at the dairy farm. • Only milk from healthy dairy herds is purchased. ;•) The dairy farms which supply this better milk are inspected and approved by tho Illinois State Department of Public Ifealth, which moans* oach farm must hare a clean, woll painted and ventilated bam, inspectors chock these bams regularly, to see that tho bams are kept clean and in good repair. Those deary farms also must have a good constructed milk house. In tho milk house there must be proper equipment to do an efficient job of •loaning and sterilising milking equipment. Noar tho milk house an approved, safe wator supply is required. Hot water must bo available at all times. Also on thoso farms you will find electric milk coolers to cool tho •ilk quickly and properly, immediately after milking. • When tho milk roaches our dairy, laboratory tests are taken regularly to insure tho quality of oaeh bottlo of grade A milk sold. % Milk is then processed and bottlod in our modern dairy plant, under tho supervision of Illinois State Health departments, rules and regulations; • Milk if then delivered to you in clean covered trucks. McMm, liarf Vtir Bikltt' a. ObNm'i HsaHb. . IMM VPM Irate A Milk, Remember We Are the Only Dairy in the Alton-Wood River Area Distributing Milk With the Grade A Label. hotoMlt Mtfj rttaM at ptpiilir prttM. HAHNENKAMP DAIRY .PHONE Uf TODAY 2-10*0 PHONE UTNALTO Itetl FRESH COUNTRY EOOt A SPECIALTY Wing* tor an Angel jMtMMWf; Wilkim, in School Work 25 Years, Is Primary Candidate Angel wings, gay scallops, fresh ruffly frills for your darling's spring party dress! Make thl* practical pattern with puff sleeves too for school. Panties In pattern. Pattern 4775, sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 upper, 2tt yds. 35-in.; lower, 1% yds. 35-in. H yd. contrast. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Ha*' complete illustrated instructions. Send 25 cent* in coin* for thl* pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept, 248 West 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Our new Anne Adams Pattern Book for Spring Is ready! Send 15 cents now and let Anne Adams show you how to sew to be well- dressed! Magic one-yard patterns, smart new fashions for everybody. Plus a free pattern printed right in the book—a stunning one-yard blouse! George T. Wilklns, who has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination lor coutrty superintendent of schools, has served in the office *lnce Nov. 13, 1947, when he was appointed by the county board to complete the unexplred term of L. P. Wctzel who died while In office. Wilklns, who was 45 Tuesday, gained his bachelor of science degree at Southern llllnol* University, a master of art* In education at University of Illinois, and ha* done additional graduate work at Purdue. He Is listed In "Who's Who" In American Education and he holds the highest teacher'* certificate Issued in the state of Illinois, a life supervisory certificate. Mr. Wilklns taught ilk year* In a rural school. He has wrved 19 years as superintendent of elementary and high school*; ha* wrved in the capacity of high school prln- ipal, teacher and coach. He Is known over Southern llllnol* a* an athletic official. He ha* of flclated 2000 athletic contest*. He Is treasurer of Madison County Chapter of the National Foun' dation of Infantile Paralysis, chair man of the organia/tlon extension committee of the Cahokla Mound Council, Boy Scouts of America. He has lerved as chairman of the C.R.O.P. drive In Madison County In 1949, as president of the Madison Rotary Club In 1948-49. He I* a director of the Granite City Y.M.C.A. He served as editor of the Southwestern Division supplement of the I.E.A. for four years, Is president of the Nashville Block of County Superintendents, legls latlve chairman for Madison County for the I.E.A., a member of the executive board of the State Coun ty Superintendents' Association. Rev. White Speaks To Roxana PTA ROXANA, Jan. 18 — At the Brushy Grove Parent-Teacher Association meeting Monday, the Rev. Earl White, pastor of the Wood River Baptist Church, spoke on "Together We Build Through Religion" and entertained with magic feats. Girl Scouts of Troop 37, led by Mrs. A. DeBoard and Mrs. P. Markus, presented the colors and led in singing "America the Beautiful." Cub scout* of Pack 44 presented card acquired through selling advertising. Announcement of the pinochle party to be held the first Wednesday of February was made by the committee In charge. Mrs. Lippoldt's fourth grade was awarded the room prize. Refreshments were served by mothera of the fourth grades with Mr*. Lawrence Whlteslde and Mr*. James Crause as chairmen. Mrs. Jesse Blanton served as decorating chairman. Legion Auxiliary ROXANA — The American Legion Auxiliary, Roxana Unit 870, will meet Thursday at 8 p, m. in the council room of the Community Building. Troop 87 Meet* ROXANA—Girl Scouts of Troop 37 met Monday afternoon at the Brushy Grove School with their leaders, Mrs. Adolph DeBoard and Mrs. Florence Markus. The girl* made favor* for their table at the girl scout potluck to he held Thursday at the Community Building and practiced for their program to be given that evening at the Brushy Grove Parent-Teacher Association meeting. Entertain* at Breakfast ROXANA—Mrs. L. Longman of Central Ave., entertained Monday morning with a breakfast. Attending were Mrs. James Crause, Mrs. Otto Ike, Mr*. Anthony Pay nic, Mr*. James Fair, Mr*. S. H. McGill, and Mr*. Clarence Hunt. Benefit Basketball Game* ROXANA — Basketball games will be played for the benefit of the new recreation and playground area, between members of the recreation commission and village board members. Games also will be played between the firemen, Rotary Club members, faculty member* of the school, and high school students. Recreation Director Keith Parker announced that modeling school activities have been resumed and the girls are preparing for a fash- Ion *how, with the music to be furnished by the newly organized Tepee orchestra. Troop 1ft Reorganising ROXANA — Intermediate Girl Scout* of Troop' 15 met Tuesday afternoon in the council room of the Community Building with their new leader, Mrs. Clara Campo, the co-leader, Mrs. Louis Arnold, and Mrs. L. L. DeWester. The occasion was an organization meeting and the girl* will meet Tuesday at 4 p. m. in the Community Building. The troop is •ponwred by the American Leg* ton Auxiliary. Call lo Black K«*id0iu» gleam emitting from a vent pipe at the eave* of the residence of Hugh C. Black, 437 East Fourth, wee thought to be amoke ahortly before • a. m. today and Alton firemen were called. Engine com- p«niee No, 1 and 3 and the ladder truck responded to investigate, There wa* no fire, Chief Lewi* reported. The French Army shortly will have an iirbocne division, with American equipment, I GEORGE T. WILKINS He Is an elder In the Presbyterian Church in Madison, Mr. Wilklns Is a member of the Illinois Educational Association and a life member In the National Education Association. He was elected to Kappa Phi Kappa,' national education fraternity at Southern Illinois University. Under his leadership, the office of county superintendent of schools has faced the problem of the re organization of schools. At the present time the eastern three fifths of Madison County has either completed reorganization or Is In the process of reorganizing into six school districts, The school lunch program has more than tripled itself during the past two years. During the past two years school transportation has increased tenfold. MEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Set South Roxana Homecoming Date SOUTH ROXANA, Jan. 18 — The dates of Aug. -6 were set for the annual South Roxana home coming at a meeting of the Dad's ji^KA %*fefk^A^^AAk M^m^*M *-' - $ nvrr • Mcmnwn*jn, MUMMFE oy i Blnney, Roy Wood*, ft*4 Wt)< Ham H»nfeldef, *Ui be eheJrtnin : $, of the ev*nt. t ;.' clarence Ash, Wanda, applied for membership at the meeting. • Next meeting will be Feb. «. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK* mmm BflTHfiOl KITCHEN SM Our KOHLER DISPLAY Replace your obsolete and worn out bathroom and kitchen plumbing fixtures now. We can help you five your home a new appearance. TRADE IN YOUR OLD FIXTURES J IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION riODERN PLUI1BIN CHEATING SUPPLY C 35GMHINS1 HISTfllTIlN Hrrbtrt G Hie kentuuvr *>MOBY'S DRAPERY DEPT. JARIURY CLEARANCE SALE Your great savings opportunity—bargains of all sorts in all types of gift and household items. Many are discontinued patterns. Others are one-of-a-kind that must go to make room. Values are unbelievable—Come in and see for yourself. HOOKED RUGS FROM MOHAWK Mohawk Co. Heavy All Wool Face Hooked Rugs in Colonial Floral Pattern. Size 27 in. by 50 in were $8.50 NOW 8 6.85 Size 36 in. by 60 in were 15.85 NOW 11.85 Size 48 in. by 69 in were 24.50 NOW 19.85 DISHES Holiday 10-piece Service for 2 People. Modern Cinnamon Brown, Spiced Turquoise and Sage Grey colors. Were $4.95 set NOW 83.95 set Cream and Sugar to match..was $3.00 NOW $1.25pair Salt and Pepper Set was $1.25 NOW... 50c set Chop Plates (grey or brown)was $1.75 NOW... 75c Blue Ridge Hand Painted Patterns under glaze—35 piece sets. Service for six. Cherry Pattern was $21.50 NOW 815.85 set Rose Color Floral was $24.95 NOW 817.85 set Yellow Color Floral was $15.95 NOW 811.85 set A TABLE OF GIFT ITEMS Gift items at very special prices. These values include trays, china plates, crystal bowls, miniature bird bath ash trays, figurines, book ends and many other wonderful gifts. « A TABLE OF LAMPS Including boudoir lamps; china, glass and pottery bate lamps all with hand sewn silk shades. Large modern table lamps with parchment lined shades. Some lamps were $17.85 ARE NOW 812.85 PICTURES A large selection of pictures all reduced for quick clearance. A table of small pictures suitable for hanging in groups or by mirrors, etc. Mahogany Frames.. were $2.25 NOW 81.OO Framed Chinese Figurines, modern scenes and animals, large scenes and a group of modern framed tropical and Bermuda Colored Prints were $ 5.50 NOW 83.95 each Large Scenes were $12.49 NOW 88.95 CURTAINS Rayon Marquisette Ruffled Eggshell color. 100 inches wide to pair were $10.75 NOW 87.85 pair DRAPERY AND SLIP COVER MATERIAL Material 46 inches wide. All vat dyed and pre-shrunk. Ranch House Print "garden patch" pattern, red or green background was $1.95 yd. NOW 81.35 yd. Ranch House Print "Cambodia" design. An abstract modern pattern on a yellow or rose background. was $1.95 yd. NOW 95c yd. Biscay—Black or white background, decorated in a profusion of colored birds, flowers and butterflies in modern style. was $1.95 yd. NOW 81.25 yd. Many other patterns to choose from. For Bedspreads or Draw Drapes—3 yard wide green or gi plaid, woven pattern, .was $4.35 run. yd. NOW 82.1 Green Stripe was $3.65 run. yd. NOW 82.50 Special for Boys—Draperies, Sailboat Pattern or blue background was $1.85 yard NOW 95c yard Pirates' Cove, Treasure Island pattern on natural background. Very colorful was $1.75 yard NOW 95c yard Organdy Ruffled with blue daisy chintz ruffle border, were $9.95 pair NOW 85.95 pair Plastic Shower and Bathroom Curtains, were $3.25 pair NOW 81.75 pair were $3.50 pair NOW 82.25 pair READY TO HANG DRAPERIES 2 pair* of Moonstone Grey Bedroom Drapes with whit* needletuft design in "Boxwood" pattern. were $10.25 pair NOW 95.95 pair Matching Bedspreads, Full size $10.25 pair NOW 9 6.85 pair Twin size $20.50 pair NOW §10.85 pair Floral Medallion louquet design on rayon faille material. Natural background, sateen lined. were $17.50 pair NOW 913.85 pair 1 pair only with dark green background. Tropical Floral Pattern on cotton textured cloth with-white, dark green or chartreuse background, were $8.95 pair NOW 86.85 pair BLANKETS All wool, white, medium weight for warmth. With matched rayon satin binding, .were $16.50 NOW 912.95 each AH wool green, beige, peach, yellow or turquoise with matched rayon satin binding, fully washable, „___ were $18.95 NOW 915-85 each Kitchen Curtains of white chintg or organdy with gay colored flowers for short windows, were $3.25 pair NOW 82.50 pair For double over-sink.... $4.25 pair NOW 98.75 pair Full length $3.75 pair NOW §2.50 pair Do away with tired mornings, pillow punching, soggy lumping and bunching pillows. 100% allergy free PLAYTIX SUPIR- FOAM PILLOWS at advertised in Life Magagine it $9.95-now specially priced at USE OUR FREE PARKING LOT AT REAR OP STORE C. J. MOBY & CO. o 127499 EASTIROAPWAY DRAPERY DEPARTMENT ; " • f '•* ' AITOH, W, ' t,';

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