Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
Page 15
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• ,^*jjl #*^f? »tf I ** TMUMPAY. JANUAHY II, 1950 Greatest Yf a r'of 1st Presbyterians target Membership in History Reported •f Flrit Presbyterians Monday night heard the report of a yetr which In four ways was char- ALTON IVtttINO TELEORAPH ffatw You Heard the News About the New TIDE? - SM P«ojt 22 - >A01 FlFTBfrt FRIGfDAIRE • '• i •"• i..,. i,.,,,, SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. acterited ? by Dr. B. *. Vine*, p««or, as the best In their- history. One hundred sixty attended their annual congregational meeting which followed a pottuek supper. Summarizing reports made at the meeting, br. Vance said "First, It, has been the largest year in our records In the reception of new members (92). Second, we have the largest membership In our history (1218)." Net gain of membership was but four, owing to a large number of delayed suspensions (53) following a thorough-going perusal of the church roils and an effort to learn whereabouts of members who had moved away ttom town. In other phases, the church's history was outstanding, Dr. Vane* said: Stewardship campaign result! had reached an all-time peak of financial pledges ($18,112 to the local church, $6119 to benevolences—gains of 9279 local And $1056 benevolences); and morning service attendance had topped all records since a count of it began several years ago. The meeting gave resounding applause to an impromptu closing appeal by Mrs. Lewis M. Cart (or support of the Women's Missionary Society's program of assembling used clothing for shipment for distressed people In Europe.* She cited conditions In displaced per* Sons camps described In letters from Mrs. Carlisle Luer (formerly Miss Jane Pfeiffenberger) stationed in Germany with her husbnnd. Only change made In church board memberships by the meeting last night was the filling of two vacancies of deacons who had removed from town. The board of deacons was set up less than a year ago. Vernon Corum was elected to a three-year term to REMEMBER PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Ddly 9 A. M. to 10 P. M WE DO DELIVER Sunday and Holidays, 9 A, M. to 1 P. M.—4 P. M to 10 SleknMa and accidents may come at any time and we are here to serve YOU and YOUR Doctor morning, afternoon and evening. Foster's Drug Store I8» EAST BROADWAY DIAL I .IMS > , SAVE TIME BY ASKING YOU* DOCTOR TO PHONE US MRS. DELA DANIELS was installed noble gr,md for 1950 of the Thompson Robckah Lodge 690 of Wood River during formal installation ceremonies at the IOOF hall, Monday evening. Front row, left to right, are Bible bearer escorts Jacqueline Taynor, Charles Yost and Judy .Taynor. Second row, left to right, are Mrs. Mabel Rau, Mrs. Viola Harris, Mrs. Melba Taynor, Mrs, Lillian Armstrong, Mrs, Doris Yost, Mrs. Delia Daniels, Mrs. Ruby Hacks, Mrs. June'Healy, Mrs.- Lori-nine Cook and Mrs Elizabeth Van Home. . Third row, left to right, are Mrs, Vergie Richardson, Mrs. Gertrude Aljets, Mrs.'Valle Kennedy, Mrs. Daisy Scribner, Mrs. Daisy Springer, Mrs. Marie Parker, Mrs. Rose Waggoner, Mrs. Helen Kindell, Mrs. Lorraine'Howdeshell. Mrs. Vena Nichols, Mrs. Merle Acord, Mrs. Retha Wesley, and Mrs. Alice Siddens. Fourth row, Mrs^ Maude Williams, Mrs. Rose Henson, and Mrs, Dell Gibson.—Hicks photo. . replace Donald Claflln, whose term would have expired; and Charles F. Morion, fourth generation of his fnmlly to hold official office in the church, was named to replace Bcnton Richardi for a two* year term. '. Norton's great, great grandfath* er wag an early pastor of the church. His grandfather was an elder for many years, and his fa* ther has been a trustee. Deacons re-elected were Leonard Bethards, Richard A. Coustey, and Clyde. Sohmoeller. . Re-elected to the board of elders were Gilson Brown, George A. McKlnne'y, Robert Parks, and Dr. A. Don : St6cker. Trustees re-elected were O. M. Bristow (chairman of the board), Dr. W. W. Emons, P, B. Cousley, and V. R. Koenig. Former Jersey Woman Dies in Moultrie, Ga. JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 19.—(Special.) — Jerseyville friends have received word of the recent death of Mrs. Harriet Chase, former rest? dent of this city, which occurred at her home in Moutrle, Ga. Mrs. Chase visited in Jerseyville frequently as a girl and later sh and her husband, the late Arthu Chase, came to this city to resld for several years. Mrs. Chase was born In Brazi Ind., the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Charles 1 Holtman. He father was editor of the Brazi Democrat and was a former presl dent of the Indiana Statt Press Association. Following her marriage to Mr Chase, the couple established the! home in Moultrie, Ga., where Mr Chase was engaged in the bankin business, Attend District DeMolay Meetln JERSEYVILLE. — A group fron the Jerseyville DeMolay Lodge at tended a meeting of the steerin committee of the seventh dlstrlc at Nameoki, Monday evening James Stewart, Granite City, i adviser. Attending from here were Fred Schneider, president, un Wayne Arnold, secretary of thf seventh district; Bill Flamm, Dar rell Woodson, Dr. S. W. Downey and John DeCourcy. tmy Respects to Nun JERSEYVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs R. Leo Smith and Mr. and Mrs Frank Woodrow went to St. Louis Jersey County Ranks Tops In State in VSO Campaign WHEN THE CHIPS ARE you were in uniform, you heard a lot •! chapi My, "Afiet Urn." Bui Nanehow, whefl the chip* wen down, ttkaw Sad Sacks turned out to kt pmry food Joaa. You found out then It wa* aMft Ukt "one for all and all for out." WeU» thai'* what's known as "comrade- |hlB"-cht Mad you find in tht Vattran* •f fortifn Wan Thai "all fvi ont" ipirit it pretty Inv portant to you as a civilian too. In tht V F.W.. it meaiu fritnd»->iht kind who like to work together foi tht general food all coactmtd, and aw |uii for their own mi MI NOW < CAN JOIN IHI v.f. w Wwt, you wUI he (to "flRl VePe We 10 e% MNP* INffHI* Tuesday evening, called by th death of Mrs. Smith's cousin, Moth er Adair Hardin of the Order o Sacred Heart at Maryville College Mother Hardin had been a mem ber of the Order for 57 years. Clark Moore Dies; Rites Saturday Clark C. Moore, 54, a veteran of World War I, died Wednesday at 5 p. m. at his home, 511 Pearl where he resided with his father J. P. Moore. Moore was born Oct 12, 1895, at Mexico, Mo. He wa a former employe of Alton Box Board Co. Surviving in addition to his fath er are three brothers, Glenn 01 Dorr, Mich,, Ollie, Jacksonville and Guy, Alton, and a sister, iMrs Mabel'Miner, Carrollton. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 1 p. m. in Streeper funeral home by the Rev. Pau Brown, pastor of First Methodist Church. Burial will be In Upper Alton cemete.ry. Friend* may call at the funeral home after 6 p. m today. Fascinating to Do 655 C«M.WUL Prayer to hang over your child's crib! And later on, perhaps she'll earn to read from these cross- stitch letter!. Simple embroidery—frame or ine! Child's Prayer Pattern 655; transfer of panel 15'/4xl9V4 Inches. Laura Wheeler's .Improved pattern makes needlework so simple with its charts, photos and con- itse directions. • Send 20 cents in coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, M, Naedlecraft Dept., P. O. Box Itl, Old Chelsea Station. New Verk 11, ». V. Ant plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. Here's good riews! Send 15 lenta more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book —today! 104 Illustrations of your avorlte needle-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. JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 19. (Special) — Jersey County has the distinction of raising the highest percentage of its quota of any county in the state in the recent USO drive. Letters of congratulations for this achievement have been received by Dr. Jack Hormell, secretary of the local drive, from C. Kenneth Blood, state director of the USO, and from Gov. Adlai Stephenson. Jersey County collected $1,338. 18. Its quota was 1907.79. The drive in the county was Sponsored by the Jerseyville Moose lodge, which used Its offices for the administrative work of the effort. The drive was carried on without any expense deducted from contributions. Minor expenses of postage, etc., were absorbed by the Moose. Braadvlew Motel, tart it. Lourt. I attend may mete femvitloM wttt and hear an address by the Rev. T. W. Butter of Attofl Dlrttfet Edward A. 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Alton Md-Century Revival Crutado AT THK Mid-Century Revival Crusade TVDKMAN AND MAPLE, KOXANA JANUARY 18th to 20th HEAR REV, AND MRS. C. ROSS EMRICK BAY CITY, MICHIGAN EVANGELISTS AND MUSICIANS Services Nightly at 7:30. Sundays al 18:60 and 7iM. Join With Us to Help Save the Youth of Our Dart WE LOSE! Thttt Item* art being sacrificed for QUICK SALE! Clearance of Gabardines, Sharkskins, hard finish**. I As low » J.OO Boys' Corduroy Pants Elmtlc waist. * I •»• NOW I YOU GAIN! EXTRA SPECIAL ... CHILDREN'S DRESSES Cinderella and Many Famous Namei 2.99 to 5.99 values ^ 41. to size 6 ^ a I 0 3 for 3.00 * MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS White. $3.98 and SS.9S quality. MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS Moiled odds and end* • CLEARANCE OF COLORED DRESS SHIRTS $3.00 (o $8.00 value*. All nanforlted. Full cut madras. End to ends and prints. 3 for 4.00 NAVY sttnri.ts Bunfaroos Sanforised. Full cut. Size* 2», 31, St, 88, 85 $1.44 only. Worth *2.M MEN'S ALL WOOL. 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