Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 20, 1950
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1930 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH »AG1 MVBN Methodist WSCS Meets at Godfrey GODFftEY, Jan. 20.—(Special.) —The .Woman's Society of Christian Service of 'the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. John Matthews Thursday afternoon, with 20 members and two visitors present. Mrs. Earl Hatfleld led the devotional .and Mrs. Howard Gray gave the lesson, which was "The Whole Love is My Answer." Re« ports of committees were given during the business session. The women packed a box of clothing for the boys In the Jesse Lee "Three Greafc Nights" With Rev. M. W. WUson At East Alton Pentecostal Church ON HIGHWAY 67 JANUARY 20, 21. 22 Don't mlu hearing this fiery, forceful preacher of the South preach Christ and His Love. Call Wood River, Phone 4-8(118. Home, a Methodist Institution In Seward, Alaska. They also took up a collection, which was sent there to buy shoes for the boys. Mrs. Matthews served refreshments and was assisted by her daughter, Mr*. Roy Page. Home Bureau Meeting GODFREY.—The regular monthly meeting of the Qodfrey unit of the Madison County Home Bureau was heW at the town hall, Wednesday afternoon, with 12 members present. They answered roll call by telling "How to Calm Family Storms In the Home." Mrs. Robert Koeller received the hostess prize. Mrs. H. B. Koeller gave the major lesson: "How to Combat Worry and Develop Bet- tec Mental Health." Mrs. Albert Maxelner gave the minor' lesson on "Cake Frosting." The women enjoyed a social hour. The next meeting will be at the town hall with Mrs. Harmon Cuslc as hostess, Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" lion's Saturday, 9:30 to 9 2-PANTS SUITS 75 49 Sharkskin; Clear Cuts, durable fabrics. Regulars, shorts, longs, stouts, short stouts, long stouts. Single and double breasted for men and young men. JUST A FEW LEFT! • «•MEN'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS SOCIETY BRAND KUPPENHEIMER HICKE V FREEMAN I ITS !• Broke* »•*•• LyttoiVs Bowling Opetts New World for Meadowbrookers MEADOWBROOK, Jan. 20 (Special)—Four months ago a group of Meadowbrook housewives ventured into a strange new world —bowling. The women had planned to take up the sport to change the everyday routine a bit. Change things It did! Conversations are now of "averages, splits and turkeys," instead of kids, clothes and what to fix for supper." The beginners, back in September, were mostly occupied with keeping the ball out of the gutter. To succeed in making more than one strike or spare in a game was considered, at that time, exceptional. After a few weeks, four keglers passed the set goal of 100, and were looked upon by the rest as professionals. In spite of doubting husbands, all. the women finally reached the desired score. That amazing accomplishment gave the group enough courage to set a new goal. A 200 game! Wednesday Mrs. Ann Fee bowlcji the highest game to date, 173. She holds the honored spot as "best bowler of the week." (Of Meadowbrook housewives, that is.) Mrs. Grace Bond, usual winner of the high game title holds the highest average with 114. The Pin- busters won three games from the Allicats. High game total was 583. Mexdowbrook Note* MEADOWBROOK—Mr. and Mrs. Roland Voyles, Ml. Olive, wen- Tuesday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Voyles. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bond and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Thompson in Hartford, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phillips and daughter, Donna, Rosewood Heights, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eno Voyles Thursday. They visited Mrs. Bessie Jarmon, a patient In the Wood River Township Hospital, during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bond entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. Steehllnger at dinner Thursday night. One of the most effective means of Increasing durability of elemental metals is to combine them In alloys or to control their minor constituents so as to achieve the corrosion-resisting iproperties desired. Stainless steel is the most spectacular example. Baptists Meet At Meadowbrook MEADOWBROOK, .tan. 20 <spe c!al>—The Sunshine Sisters held their weekly meeting Wednesday at the First Baptist Church. Election of officers was postponed until the next meeting. It will tnke place at the home of Mrs. Earl Lane, in Liberty Prairie. An Kdwardsvllle Missionary Society member will be present to instruct the women about the organization. The Sisters were hostesses at a stork shower during the afternoon It was Riven for Mrs. Ula Hopper, one of (ho members. Mrs. Pauline Clark and Mrs. Earl Lane were prize winners of games played Others present were Mrs. Myrtle Neathery. Mrs. Minnie Voyles, Mrs Annabel! Sparks, Mrs. Alice Gregory, Miti. 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