Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 20, 1950
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1»SO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE V19TMM Jersey Committee Plans 4-H Work Jan. 20. (Special ^Recommendation that the County 4»M I" ederation Cwnmltt'ee plan the County rally tor early in March Was ma<te by the members of the Cctunty 4-H club committee at their meeting this week at the Home Bureau office. Mr*. Sylvester Kallal, county 4»H chairman, was in charge of the meeting, at which time clubs and leaders of 1949 were studied and plans made tot otganlimg new club In the county. 'tickets were distributed for the movie "Green Promise," which the 4-H club boys and girls win sponsor Jan. 27-28 li the Jersey theater. They may b* obtained from club members or at the Home Bureau office. Announcement win made of the meeting for 4-H leaders and unit chairmen at 1:30 p. m., Monday, irt the county court room at the courthouse. Miss Erma Cottingham from the University of Illinois extension service will conduct the School Of instruction. Those present- at the meeting CLEARANCE OF LATE WINTER MERCHANDISE SATURDAY, Jon. 21st ALL FUR "TRIMMED AND CASUAL COATS '45°° REGARDLESS OF FORMER PRICE DRESSES Dressy Crepes, Casuals & Corduroy (A F»w Formal! Included) Group 1 s io Group 2 MS Group 3 25 COME IN TO SEE TttE VALVES ON OUR SJOO . $295 _ $495 BARGAIN COUNTER Store Hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. HUBER'S BROADWAY AT HENRY ALTON. ILL. were Mrs. Sylvester Kallal, county 4'H chairman, Mrs. Frank frees- meyer, Mrs. 3, Wilbur Campbell, and Mrs. Lev! Little. Mrs. Ber* nard Norton and Miss Anna Meulh are alto members of thf county committee. • " • • Attend tMtttfct DeMolay Mwtln* JERSBYVlLLfc — A number of Jerseyville DeMolays attended the regular meeting, banquet and dance of the Seventh trtstriel DeMolays Wedntsday evening in the Gothic Masonic Temple, East St. Louis* In ,the group were Fred Seh»elder. master councilor of the 7th District, Wayne Arnold, scribe of the district, and Sett Seago, Jack DeCourcy, Bill Flanvn, David Overy, S. W. Downey, C. C. Woodson, and John DeCourcy. • The district bowling date has been set for Jan. 29 in Jerseyville at 2 p. m. Trophies will be given' for individual bowling, chapter bowling, and there will be a travel- ling trophy. ' • . The state meeting has been announced for March 25-26 in Belleville. Consider Organizing Rainbows at Medora MEDORA. . Jan. 20. (Special)— Mrs. Gus Orth of Medora city chapter of the Order of Eastern Star called a meeting Monday night at the Masonic Htvll of local girls who are members of the Rainbow for Girls" Assembly at Jerseyville. They considered or- banizing a Rainbow Assembly here If the reuired number of members can be secured. Twenty-five members are required to organize. Mrs. Wylrna Dodge of the Medora chapter also met with the group. The girls attending were Shirley Cross, Patty Wilton, Patsy Ewln, Kay and Lelia Harlan, Lola Chandler, and Norma Maple. There, are four other Medora girls who are members of the Jerseyville organization, but were not present. They are Leila Bowker, Shirley Heyen, Lola Lowe, and Mrs. Virginia Bruns Reno. Challacombe Rites Saturday MEDORA — funeral rites ..for Mrs. Mary Challacombe, whose death occurred Wednesday night will be conducted Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the Summervllle Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Do You Really Want to Take Off That Ugly Fat? Recently there have been a number of new reducing preparations on the market, gpme of them based on the diet and vitamin "plan." It is obvious that vitamin* will not reduce the body weight, BO one must depend on diet to reduce. But it U also obvious that one cannot go on a strenuous diet over a protracted period, and any weight lost will be restored if the former eating habit* are gone back to. , So what to do? Well, here is u tip to you "overweight gals" who want to fight "to* Battle of the Bulges" in a different way. Ask any well stocked Illinois druggist for four ounces of Rennel. Mix with 12 ounces of grapefruit juice and take two tablespoonfuls twice » day. • This preparation contain* nothing harmful and the makers agree to refund your money on the very first bottle if it does not show, you the way to IOM ugly fat and help regain slender, more graceful curves. Kennel is low in cost and is not based on the diet and vitamin "plan." You need never know a hungry moment while reducing with Rwncl. tAA President to Speak At Greene Farm Meeting Summetvllte cemetery. The body is 'at the Warner funeral chapel, wh»fe friends may call. , 1' fiMtertalns fdr Husband /MKOOftA-Mrs. Clayton Powell gaVe 4 patty, Sunday evening, celebrating the birthday of her hus» band.—Quests Included Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner, Mr. and Mrs. WWfen karris, .and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond' Rartow. . • Hostess to Bunco Club MEDORA — Mrs. Doris Harris was .hostess to her bunco club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Beryl Targhetta, Mrs. Virginia Powell, Mrs. Florence Gilworth, and Mrs. Lor.ene Peek received prize;;. Others present were Mrs. Florence Maple, Mrs. Dorothy Wntkins, Mrs. Altneda Bowker, Mrs. Mary Bartow, Mrs, Mary Clmllacombc, Mrs. Ruth Shields, Mrs. Ruth Sarginson, and Mrs. Gloria Chlsni. Mrs. Harris served refreshments at the close of the games. The February meeting will bo at. the homo of Mrs. Virginia Powell. Home from Hospital MEDORA—Walter Mercer, who recently underwent surgery at St. EliJiabeth's Hospital, Granite City, returned home Monday. Mrs. Mercer was with relatives In Granite City during the time her husband was a hospital patient. Medora Notes MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirsch, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Meda Tober were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ruylo. Mrs. P. L. Jaynes spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Winslade, Shlpman. In the afternoon, the two went to-Bunker Hill and visited at the Billy Jayries home. v The Rev. O. VV. Shields and son, the Rev. O. R. Shields, St. Louis, were here Wednesday visiting at the bedside of J. F. Shields, who is iii. Mrs. Nftrton Sanders and Mrs. George Sanders were in Carlinville Wednesday and in the afternoon visited at the home of Mrs. Daisy Denby, it being her birthday. Sandra Bartow visited over the" weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tober, Kemper. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sarginson and family, Chesterfield, visited Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Sarginson's sister, Mrs. Tommy Ruyle. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tober were in Jerseyville Monday. Mrs. Tober went to report for jury service, but was excused from service. Mr. and Mrs. George. Barnes spent Wednesday in Palmyra at the Tongate home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cline have received word that their grandson, Vernon, six-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Ctiiie, Bridgeton, Mo., is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Bess Carter spent Wednesday in- Chesterfield at the home of Mrs. David Rigsbey. Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Johnson and family, Greenfield, visited Tuesday evening with Johnson's sister, Mrs. Lloyd Bowker. Miss Carole Jeanne Watkins, Alton, visited over Wednesday night with her cousins, Misses Norma and Dolores Maple, and on Thursday visited Medora Grade School, where she was a student until the family moved to Alton. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker, is ill with chicken pox. 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Directors will be elected during the business meeting and an organization Hireling and elcrtion of officers will be held later. Patron- nee refund check*: will bo distributed In patrons ol' the Service Co. and (he Producer;; Simply Co. A program of specialty number'! by entertainers from Chicago and Jacksonville, which include selections by (ho Little German Band of Illinois College, will be present-1 pd in the afternoon. j Henry Day, Roodhpuse, pres!- j dent of tho Greene County Farm j Bureau, Kenneth Davis, White \ Hall, president of the Service Co. and K. T. Smith, Greenfield, member of the executive board of the j 20th district, are l;i charge of ar-1 rangements. I Smith is attending a conference i of t.hp Illinois Agriculture Associa-1 lion directors In Chicago this week ' and will br accompanied- to Green-1 field by Shuman. Mrs. Shuman, j Sullivan, will also be a guest at j the Smith home. Corhrnn Kites GREENFIKLD—Funeral services for Curt Coehran, who died at Our Saviour Hospital, Jacksonville, Monday, were conducted by the Rev. A. Y. Annette, Alton, at. the local Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jesse Wilhlte and Mrs. Frank Greer sang, accompanied by Mrs. Lee Wilt. Pali- hearers were Glenn Haven, Walter Todd, Ralph Strang, Frank Piper, Harry Piper, nnd Harold Engel'. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery. Birthday Party GREENFIELD- -- Mv. and Mrs. Lee Wilt, and daughter, Connie, Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bowman and son, K. W., Mr. nnd Mrs. William Witt, Mrs. Charles Witt, and daughter, Carolyn Jean, Miss.So- phia McCrjickf.n and Miss Lela Meng arranged an oyster suppper as a surprise celebration of tho birthday of Miss M. Jcnnio Mr r Crncken, 79, nnd her brother, C. I E. McCracl-:en, 78. The j.-arly was held at the McCracken home in Alhensville. Kemper Home Bureau Meets MEDORA, Jan, 20. '(Special)— . The Kemper unit, of the Home Bureau met. Wednesday evening; nt Mhe home or Mrs. Clifford Turner. Ten members answered roll call nnd Mrs. Byron Ruyle was a visitor. Mrs. Mcda Tober pave the major lesson on ""Taxes WP Pay and What We Receive in Illinois." She nlso gnvc (he minor lesson on "Courtesies in Letter . Writing." Mrs. Dnvid McKeo conducted the recreation. CREDIT 213 PIAfA IT, D to 5 Dnlly. Sal., B to 9—No Exifnlnft- lions on Wednesday Afternoons. OFFICE HOURS: Local, state and federal govern-1 ments pay more, than 90 percent of j the costs of elementary and ssc- \ ondary schools in Uie United States and more than two thirds of the costs of higher education. VALUE JAMBOREE! • PATENT • SUEDE • CALF DRESS • BLACK • GREEN • BROWN • GREY •RED SHOES; FOR ONLY 96 OUR GREATEST SALE SCHIFF SHOE STORE 107 WEST THIRD STREET YOUR COLDJTOPPED OR YOUR MONEY RETURNED! THE NEW MIRACLE DRUG, "ANTI-HISTAMINE" IN ANTI-X TABLETS WILL KILL A COLD IN A FEW HOURS! 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