Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 4
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April 15, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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MOB POUR ALTON BVBNWO TELEGRAPH WUDNB8DAY, APRIL !S» IMS At Warden High School WOW5KN- The Warden High Sfhoel basketball queen WAS crowned it 'the public school gym- j nnslum Friday frtshT. The retiring Queen, Barbara Howard was escorted by Vernon King; Voru Sandbtch and t»nna Jean Lner, freshmen, were pscorfpd by Jnmcs Opel and Char!»* Zlrgcs; Jean Behmt and Patsy Blotevogel, sophomores, were escorted by Joe Bngagllo find Wray Boat: Marilyn Bphme and Dnllie Srnnlon, juniors, wore escorted by Bruro Blumc and Dale Best; Carol Rphmc and Gloria Wolf were escort r-d by Mar- j Vin Handle and Pnnl Anrtrrson. : Olft bearers wore: Brrnire BloievoRel and Dorothy Pmil and they wore osrortrrl hy Flonnln Woodward and Vrrnon Rnndlo. The crown benro.r, Jeanrtir Slrll- wagon was escorted by Krnny Opol. The maid of honor, Colleen i Z NORTH ALTON AREA • U> flBVfl » Rood H»t of hit.vor* for 4 lo 7 room J| hotnpn. We strew nrrvlrr. m CLEM NOLL, Realtor Z ' Of fir* 8-flfl'JI W 'EvpniURs U-Xl.yl Auk for Mr, DicUmnnn Weber, was escorted Ky ttarvey Birmingham, the flower girl, Hostile Orange, by Ronald Ooten; tht qtiepn elert, Carolyn Kmrlch. by Ramon Welsnaupt and the train bearer, Janet Florrelch, by Victor Kurx, Blrtlwlay Party i WORDEN A birthday party was i given Saturday afternoon nt'thr' homo of Mr, and Mrs. Richard) Dlppold In honor of their daughter, Karen, who was 11, The decorations wore In the Raster motif, i A docorntod birthday cake In pink i and while centered the table.! (tames furnished entertainment j and pri/es were awarded. The honoreo was presented with gifts.-j Present for the luncheon were, Janet J.uMwiK, Ksrron Pranfe. | Terrill I.tuuli, Sharon Hedges, ,Tnnr Shnrp, Vfolol MIIC Schneirlcr. Carole SUP McDonald and Linda and Krie Dlppold. \VOKDKN The Worden Haptist Church is holding a revival. The evangelist is the Rev. William Robertson of Alton. Milk (.'nines In Nllcrs French housewives will soon he nsking lor a slice of milk mslca.l of a bottle, Pfiris reports. Chemists finrl an inventor have found n system of congealing milk so il can he kept in a refrigerator for several months. When required for use, the slice of milk is pl;i< ed In a bowl and in half an hour will liquify. Kay Henderson Winner Jersey Lemon Women Select Candidate for Girls 5 State K. attend •^^^••jju ^^^K H^^M ^^^^X SEWING MACHINE' no attachment! neceitary for tht taiieit tewing ever with the •FAFF «xclutive DIAL-A-STITCH!' Now. you can learn what over 4 million women already know —what women the world over have enjoyed lor over 90 yeac» — owning a PFAFF ii tewing with the ftnesti Every PFAFF with the exclusive Dial-A-Stit«b baa precision performance, lifetime guarantee and crafted cabinetry I laty Term* I L»w town Poynwull »d«-ln AlUwew* O» Y««r Olrf PFAFF does il all ...at home... Without Attachment! I •mbf*M*r* •v«rMMlt bar Icxlci blind Hiichti Mralghl ot rtv»ri* dorm Hold Any Machine for Futuri Dftliyiry «. +- ,..-..,, . , ^R^/ ^5«^ Everyw/iere Come in for « FREE PFAFP demorutrotion — Sewing Ii Believing) FREE Sewing Lessons with every new PKA1-F • HOME OWNED • UNION OPERATED CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY CO. 14 W. BROADWAY — ALTON - PHONE 2-5214 JKRSKYVILLK MlM Kfly Henderson, dmifltiter of Mr. nml Mrs. It. K, Hendrrson. \vn« chosen to the Illlnl Girls' Slntp at MarMurray Col- lORp In Jnrkson- vllln this ypflr. a« B representntlve of (he Womnn's A n x I 1 I n r y of W o r f h P y Post Americnn I.eRlon «t the meeting of the orgHnixn- Unn Monrlny eve- niiiK in C'hnpnmn flail. Miss Hetty Hoth, dnuRhler of (Km F. fUtth. superintendent of Community I'nil School District 100, and Mrs. Uolh. \vfis nnmed ns alternate fleleKiile. Both young women are juniors at the Jersey Community High School Htitl are in the upper third of their class seholnslienlly. They are active in school activities and in church, civic and soeinl groups, At. the meeting of Auxiliary mcmhers discussed plnns for the annujil I 5 op[>y Day sale on May 2.'{ and voted fo purchase L'OOd poppies I hi* year for the sale. Mrs. fieoi-ge Drew is Poppy chalrmnn and has contacted the schools to explain the Poppy Poster contest to lie conducted by the Auxiliary. The posters uill he collected May ir>, judged mid put on display in tlie downtown stores. A contribution of $10 was voted for the Cancer drive in Jersey County. Mrs. Gwendolyn Royd, 'JOth Dis- Irid director, and Mrs. Ruth Kr- ickson of Cjuincy, third di\isif)ti provisional, svere special guests at the meet ing and gave inlormal talks. Mrs. Hoyd gave a general outline of the work in the district, and Mrs. Krickson spoke on the five point program of the Auxiliary and told of the work fll the Illinois 'Soldiers and Sailors Home al Quincy. Mrs. Lena Arnold, president, who presided at: the meeting, introduced the guests of honor. The other guests, in addition to Mrs. ^ioyd and Mrs. Krickson, were the former's sister. Mrs, Lahrs of l!e;irdsiowii, and Mrs. Florence Kerrs and Mrs. Marian Kellers, both of Qilini y. The Auxiliary voted to provide protection for Iheir card tables in the hall and Mrs. Arnold appointed the following committee lo take charge of this work, Mrs. Thelma Kirchner, Mrs, Opal Slephenson, Mrs. Rosie Kallal, and Miss Rosalie Kallal. » Mrs. Jeanelle Rogers reported that: the usual fiO-lray fa\ors tor this month had been sent to the hospital for the veterans. The social committee for the Mas' meeting was announced as follows: Mrs. Irene Downey, Mrs. Irene Cope, Mrs. Ruth Johnson. Mrs. Vincent: Krueger, and Mrs. Maude I.nngley. The annual politick supper of the Auxiliary was held prior to the meeting and the hoslesses wore: Mrs. Genevieve Hanley, Miss Margaret DeBaun, Mrs. Lena Massey, Mrs. Kleanor Meek. Miss Charlotte I'rilcheH, Mrs. Minnie Terpening. Bond's famous "Million-Prut" I Nylon-body Socks NOW AT OUR LOWEST PRICE IN YEARS 55* 6 pairs 2.95 Satisfied wearers «wear by 'ern-uf'w sold wtll over a million pain! Now soap 'em Op at our buy-'em-by-the-dozen price! Silky, super.strong Nylon body with comfortable mercerized cotton sole. Nylon- reinforced at heel and toe. Easy-rubbing, jifiy-drying. 10 CO 13. fain ORDER 6 PAIRS OR MORE BY MAIL IONP, 117 \Ve»t Third *l. Pltotl tind paiii Mtn'i Nyl»n« & Celoi fain J*£. §n»m, light Wu*. i frlaefc, Q •idd 'i'c §4U» T»» lor Alton delivery. oa pjr»(i«i4 ord*r» bfjoud d»Uv«ry 117 Wast Third St Op*a Friday £veolu|i. MhipfttAfl SFflPMAN The HOth birthday <if Mrs, T. H, Taylor was observed with a pot lurk dinner and%upper Sunday »l the home of her daiiRn- ter. Mrs. Virgil Hey, of Carlln- ville. Those present were: Mrs, Carrie Wilson and daughters donna and Marian, and Rill . of K;ixl SI. Lonix; Mr. and Roy Kulenkamp of Mt. Clare and Mrs. J. O. Archer. Mix. Taylor and Mrs. T. If. Shipman. Mi. and Mrs. Marion Ma- iable Mrs. Mr, KM* Taylor of Van The Know-It-Owl .makes easy game Of firms that have a common name You, too, will find it fast to sort The name you want wheie lists are short. LOOK in the YELLOW PAGES -the CLASSIFIED section of your telephone directory- • f« hiiaiMM irot or pro- ptopU with com- • F« « Kra'i aa»t aad t»l«- uwfefi wh»n y«v» oaly to tfe «4o>Mt wiwa yet* tkt Fossen anrl Doma Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Daniels and family of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. (lilbert Moore and Carl of Jersey ville were supper Kiiesls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. II.. Moore. Mr. and Mra. Van Fossen attended Parents D;(> at Hlackhurn College, Carlinville. \\hei-e their son, Marion fiilhert. Is a student. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hurldlesltm and Beverly Ann Randolph ur-ir guests Sunday of Mi-, and Mrs. Del mar Klackns of Alton. Mrs. Melvin Houillon and Mrs. Robert Bouillon attended the supper at Alton Sunday evening given for wives of National Ciiiarrl members, Mrs. Royal Deahl wont to Alton Sunday to visit his daughter. Mrs. Carlisle Walkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Moore and granddaughter. Roma Van Fo«sen. visited Sunday with Mrs. Mary _ Keichum. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Jacobs were j weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. ;('. Murphy and daughter. Jacque' line Colline. of Columbia. Mo., and were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, John Singelton of Columbia. Mo. Miss Jean Shelf on of Alton was a weekend guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton of Columbia. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Arrive and Kenny were Sunday guests ol her mother, Mrs. Clara Hendricks. of Wood River. Mrs. J. C. Archer \isiled fvr sister, Mrs. J. C. Welch, of Bunker Hill. Sunday. Mr-, and Mrs. Richard Flynn and Dennis of St. I/iuis were weekend Kiiesls of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rruesgcirian. Mrs. Charles Mat lack Jr., has received word from A-2/c Charles Mallack Jr., that he arrived April 9. at Albrook Air Rase. Panama. from Camp Kilmer, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schoene- tnan were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Schillinger of Word en were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Fife. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kdsall and family were Sunday evening guests Mrs. Nolle Tracy, and Mrs. Irene Walsh. of Mr. and Mrs. Kddie MrCor- mlelt of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Bniegjeman of Kast Alton were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Breltwiser Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson and daughters of Indlanola spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Archer. Miss Alice Mallack and Miss Kvelyn Vaughn of SpYlnjtfleJd were Rtiests Sunday ot the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mat- Jack. . • Mr. and Mrs. Emery Edwards of Olllesplo and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barth visited Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edsall Sunday. Tommy Lnffey and Miss Anges Dea of Lincoln; Mrs. Charles Firennary Mrs.. Theresa Lee and Mr. and Mrs. James Lee and daughter of Klkhart were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. La f fey. Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron and Lyle of Pawnee were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Travers. Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Bohlmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. If. L. Bohlmeyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Hunker Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Breltwiser, Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Hreilwiser and family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stone were flintier guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser. Norway Cinema Aids Art The municipally-owned cinemas of Oslo earned profits aggregating $106,000 in 1952. This will be added to the previous year's $08.00(1 which was contributed from the fund for the building of an art gallery to house the 20,000 pictures bequeathed to the city in 1944. The donor was Edward Munch, one of Norway's greatest painters. firm A itlgtin innrtnef comptny has found i novfli ust for i hoy- erplane in advertising, Brussels report*. Th« htltcopter, aeconv panted by two trucks carrying radio and ft film unit, toura the! can see ihemsetvts an W» countryside, vIII ting open*ftlr events. Games art orfintctd at each stopping«piaee and the win* tiers iff given frw fllghti, Each night is filmed and tW winners later tht Mmt day. Woodpeckers have drtlrifl ht>1«i in seven beehive* at Lafcmneath, England, Sell-Service Read Telegraph Want Ada IAKIIIY Coffee perked in PYREX •^ WAR! tastes better! PYREX PERCOLATORS $2.45 and $2.95 Vafues • •/ s s 636 East Broadway Alton LOU FtJtmVKXGLER Owner If f \ I f, f* APRIL SHOWER" RARGAINS! 3 BIG DAYS THURSDAY • FRIDAY * SATURDAY APRIL 16,17,18 on our garden of fashion-right 36-in. GINGHAM PLAIDS and STRIPES Many Uses! Reg. 69c Value $100 • Dresses • Blouses • Skirts • Pajamas 3* $ 1 COTTON PERCALES Seconds of a Famous Make in Lovely Spring Patterns. Keg, 49c Vo/ue 3 * $ 1 $100 44'inch Solid Color RAYON Beige Pink 9*e Value Tr^P Yd, SECONDS OF 44-INCH PRINTED RAYON Nylonized Finish. ftegr. 51.29 Value 66 Yd. PLAIN AND PRINTED MARQUISETTE $100 Reg. $1.19 Value 2 36 - INCH PLAID GINGHAM 69e Value 2"- $ 1 $100 Alton 1 * Third Floor.

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