Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 20, 1950
Page 8
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PAISfc EtOMT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Brandt Wim PTA Poster Contest at Brighton cxplained cach i Announce Kane Church Services Association sponsored nt its meeting Thursday evening in the hicii .She stressed tho Import- pi oper health habits for Explorer Scouts Charles Isen- j berg, Carson Oberlanrier, jr., .Tamos ! Beaslev, and .Toe Schoeberle, fli- irocled by Carson Oberlnnder ami \ j announced by Robert Towse, ex- j ) niblted first nid procedure in frnc- i iiures,', hleedlME wounds. j and resct'os from smoke filler: : buildings. T.. . the business session. A benefit , movie wtll *» f ^7 hn0 l "^ B ,» .„. m., the Rev. Mason Smith will KANK. .Tan. 20. — (Special.) — Sunday- school at the Baptist! Church wll* start at 9:45 a. m. i with William Harmon in charge. Hot*, president, presided nt Sllh j PC . t of , hp ,v sson W 11I be "The At 10:45 Mtn VVooff played two piano ,,,, flag was presented by Krn- oM Kartell, David Davis. Eugene. .COmmiuee mem DIM .s, MIC I-K.-V. • -."> ; < s .' ',,,„.,' c<.,,,, nfM . Fm'enn Si D. Stone nnd Dr. Frank O. W.lson. ^^"bl^Sr, >™^; 1 SpuiK'-on, grade school patrol boys. The Uoy Seoul troop, under ine ' Scouts' Kucrene Walt, .Itmmie finr- ; m, Scot i VvXIcif'i, Howard Kulen, Kiunp. Harold KddiriKlon. Eunerie •St. Cin, Buckv Stamper, l)avid D.-ivis, Cnry St. Cin, Junior Mayr'r- l ; hofer,' and'Tommy Maybe try par- I i tlcipalim;, demonstrated first aid. prade, received second prize nnd Nancy st Swan, sixth grade, third prize. The .committee members, the Kev. Eyle EVERS PAINTING AND DECORATING SINCE .90S PHONE 2-1126 i ton thenlre <^i 'm.- > i *» m «•"- - . „..„ ,,,- . . * *,« near future It was voted to turn ; prcneh. BYF will meet at fi:30'p. !ho assets of the Teen Age Club,! no. Family Gospel Hour will be at which has been discontinued, hack! 7:30 p. m. info the PTA treasury. The Kev. treasury. Lylo D. Stone offered some suggestions for subjects to bo discussed in the near fulur^. Refreshments were served by i Arthur Manwarinc, E, O. Chase, | hnd Mrs. f). J. Hermes. Award Bible rending will be at 10:30 a. m. nMhe Church of Christ. Sunday school nt the Methodist Church will be nt: 9:45 a. m., with Miss Mary Brooks In charge. The Rev. H. M. Fish will preach at 10:45 a. m. and evening worship Springfield, was called here Thurs. day by the Illness of his father, W. B. Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Begler, Wilmington, visited the past week with Mrs. Begler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stone. W. C. Ozbun is confined to his lionv.! with lumbago. Mi. and Mrs. Harry DeShasler and daughters, Marlyn and Barbara, were six o'clock dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, WHiCe Hall. Some sea rJugs are edible, •em* not. liHKJTON. -- Paul Oortcl, for-i will be at 7:30 p. m. merl.v of this community, was given recognition for his £o years, of service with the Owens-Illinois fjlnss Co, (',-crly this month. Oertcl Kntertaln.H at Potluck KANE. — Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ozbun entertained Thursday with a pot luck supper. Their guests AU Work Done By Factory Trained Experts All Work ' .'. Guaranteed ^ Minimum Prices FREE! |We Will Check and Adjust Your Watch (WHILE YOU WAIT [Every Watch Timed Scientifically On Our Watchmaster. A\\ttU///// V ,aw«=»-c-«v' 215 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL. [Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shackclford, and Mrs. Orville Guilnnder, KANE. Kane Notes — Singleton Greene, • --,. - y | n j t i u«.,rv nvi ('j/t i • iiiTii p,uvvjt^ working at the Alton plant ; Mr nnd Mrs vvilllam Bates, nnd was transferred to the division nt Oakland, Calif., several years nuo. fie is manager of the sand i .. . plant HI. Corona; Calif., where ho M r - a » f! Mrs - ^enneth Barrlnger, now lives. | Mrs. Meta Bnrringer, D. A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Oerfel have two i am' Mrs. Eugenia Erwin. sons. Charles, II, nnd Paul jr., .">. t'pstrpiiiuer Kmnniimc S»l(> BRIGHTON.--Mrs. Marie Yost, chairman of the dinner commil- and Mlas Pearl Karius, rum• chairman, met at the home j of Mrs. Kdwin Polsler Tuesday) evening to make plans for the an- j mial rummage sale and dinner j which the Upstreamer class of the! Methodist Church will sponsor Sal- •. urnny, Feb. 4, in Wesley Center. T.he i;roup plans to serve n roust ' beef plate lunch nt noon and have i old nnd now articles for -sale. i Woolen Expert Dies PASSAIC, N. J., Jan. 20, (]& — Curt. E. Forstmann, who became president, of the big Forstmann Woolen Co., at 31. died of a heart; attack last night fit the age of 42., Regarded as one ot the nation'* { leading textile industrialists, Foral- : mann was the seventh consecutive ; member of his family in that field More than 4000 were employed ii. his plants here. j Uruguay is reported seeking 7,000,000 immigrants. ' * WOODWORKING • CABINET MARINO COLSTON'S Fiitan DIAL M7I4 Humbert St. Ud., ALTON LOW PRICES Call us for an estimate on mtty woodwork problem*? Skilled Workmen. WHOA* JANUARY 20. iMt CLAfMPilD AM OfT URGICAL APPLIANCE C. tec, Wonderful Weskits Godfrey Godfrey Notes OOni'-f{KY.--Mr. and Mrs. Vir- Kil Selliime are spending the weekend In Chicago with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Selhimo ate enjoying I wo weeks' \'acalion away from their place of business, Mrs. Anna Mean, who has been quite III at the family home, Is showing some Improvement. Mrs. Rean has been suffering from pleurisy. Injured in l''iill William Wiedner, 8-!, of Bunker Hill, is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital following a fall In which he incurred n hip fracture.! Wiedner was admitted to the hospital Thursday. Hit ten by Mrs. William Brokaw, 78, of Upper Alton, was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital Thursday night for treatment of a do); bile wound The wound was on the r'uiR finger of her loft hand. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" CARSON JEWELERS OFFER TOP VALUES IN WATCHES-DIAMONDS V«ri-Thin "Shipmate" •for m«n Vtri-Thin "Corvell" for ladies. $1.00 A WEEK Man's and lady's ELGIN WATCHES The only watch with DuraPower Mainspring. Accurate 15-jewel movement. $1.00 A WEEK DIAMOND SOLITAIRE $2975 $1.00 A WEEK v 16-DIAMOND DUETTE 3-DIAMOND RING SCT50 With Every Diamond Purchase You Receivt a TRIPLE PROTECTION POLICY GUARANTEE 1. Insurance at No Cost To You. 2. Registered Diamond. 3. Full Trade-in Allowance. Nationally Advertised Silverware and Appliances I Ml ROQEHi ln Our Basement Department SUNBEAM IMI nvUBnt »| A l n t ArA «* At> Carrvincr CharirA* aUNOfcAM IILVIWLATE ^ interest or Carrying Charges M IXMASTER .50 GENERAL ELECTRIC MIXERS .95 215 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL SI.00 DOWN $1.00 WF.KIU.V rr?*K 4 a&7 Switch them and mix them with all your separates! Cut them and sew them with the greatest of ease! You'll want both these little weskits in several fabrics-! Pattern 4877 in sixes VI, 14, 16, 18, 20; '10. Size 16, top, l'/l yds. 54-in. nap; other, l : )i yds. 39-in, This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illuslrated instructions. Send 25 cents in coins tor this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Puttorn Oept., 343 \Vcst 17th St., New York U, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, AOnUKSS, SIZE and STYLE NUMUER. j Our new Anne Adams Pattern ; Hook for Spring !s ready! Send , IS cents now and let Anne Adams j show you how to sew to be well- j dressed! MaRid one-yard patterns,! .smart, new fashions for everybody. Plus a free pattern printed right in the book—a stunning one-yard blouse! Color for Bedroom • tv^*'Wt» WuCl Turn a plain spi'oad Into a ; boaiity \vith this easy embroidery. UUu-b'irds and mornlns slorii-s nve lo\'i'ly In your room nil day! K«si'inatinR stltchory! Kasy-om- bro'uh-r.v. 1'ntlcni 8'j;i; transfer \\ motifs L'x-1 to 15'vxl7k' inches. L»Hrii Wlii-oler's Improved iiat- lern niaUc.-! needlework so simple \\ith its churls, photos nnd con- rise directions. Send •',(} c'l-nt!) ill eoiiiH for this pultfi-ii lu Allan Telegraph, <!<!, No.-aiwruft lli-i>«-. I'- O- »*>* !«'• Old rhrlscii Stntion, New York U, N. V. I'rlnt plainly 1'AT- TKKX M^lllKK, your NAMK, tuul ADUKKSS. Here's «ood news! Send 15 cents more for youv fnscinnllnj; Laura \Vheeler Neeclleeratt Book ~~tprtny! 104 lllust rut ions of your fuvbrti? needle-hobbles---il\e choicest dcsisns and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy (leslnns, and/Ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. FAMOUS BRYANT GAS HEAT SOLVES YOUR HEATING PROBLEM! • NO DOWN PAYMENT • 36 MONTHS TO PAY IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION 2-2623 4-3632 FOR FREE SURVEY PHONE Regular Prfe* $12.95 New.. 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