Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 15, 1953
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*f*«• TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL ii» IWI jersey Rainbow Officers Named Miss Henrietta Hughes Is Worthy Adviser \ «•*••»•«•««••••• JERSEYVILLE. -The loral rhnp- ter, Order of Rainbow for Oirls, elected officers nt their meeting Monday evening. Miss Henrietta NOTICE! TO OUR CUSTOMERS Due to Our High Operating Costs We Are Forced to Discontinue DELIVERY SERVICE Effietivi Sat,, April 18th TAornJir Vou lot Your Continued Patronage. NOTTOLI Broi. Super Market HIGHLAND & COLD STS. Hughes was elected worthy adviser; Miss Carol Brooks, associate adviser; Miss Shirley Stringer of Kane, charity; Miss Betty Rcrth, hope; Miss Joan Searles, faith; Miss Doris Gross, treasurer, and Miss Mary Lnndon, recorder. The appointive officers will be .named prior to the installation on May 25. A class of candidates will he Initiated by the Rainbows on April 27. Roy Oiler Services, Burial Held in Alton funeral services for Roy Oiler, American Smelting ft Refining Co., foreman, who died unexpectedly last Saturday, were conducted at 2 p. m. Tuesday in Strccpcr funeral home by the Rev.' William B. Kelly, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene. Interment was (n Alton Cemetery. Three hymns were sung by Mrs. W. B. Kelly and Mrs. Marie Sultry, who were accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Alonzo Rosenberg- rr. Pallbearers were T. K. Carpunky, S. Nickoll, C. H. Irwin, If. R. Dlckcrson, J. M. Davis, and George Sinniger. Under Nicaragua's new income lax law, shareholders will not. pay income "tax on dividends if the dividends has paid a tax on its profits. KNOW THE "TRUTH" ABOUT YOUR" EYES! We will tell yon whether or not yon need Glauses or if your present glasses need changing. A complete examination If requested li only $8.00, that's the truth about your eyes. We make glasses in our own laboratory at great savings to you. Yes, prove to yourself how much you can SAVE at the Land-of-Vlsion. Glasses for far or near, complete with frame* and lenses $9.60. Bifocals, if required, are only $3.00 per pair more. -Treat Your Eyes to the Superior Servioes of-f Phone 2-0831 628 ^^ , i\ ir M /• 9 East- Broadway Dr. B. Samuel Troxel Illinois State Registered Open Daily 8:80 a.m. t* 0:00 p.m. Dr. C. R. Fults Optometrists Friday till 9:00 p.m. No Contests in Medora Election People's Tirkr! Only One Tn Ham MKDORA - The village Plpr lion will he held here Tucsda in the village hall with polls oppn ing at 6 n. m. And closing at p. m. There is only one tickpt in th field, the People's A village presl dent, clerk, treasurer, three trus tees and a police magistrate ar to be elected. Pete Chism Is running for presi dent, Elmer Well for clerk, C. N Bartow for treasurer, Milford Ben nett, Homer Milner and Franei Coleman for trustees and Henry L Clower for police magistrate. The proposition of issuing $2,00 in bonds for road oil for street in the village to cover a two-yea period will be submitted to th voters. , The judges and clerks appointei to serve at the election are: R. E Warner, Bart Wayman, Mrs. Ma mie Rico, Mrs. Vera Downs, Mrs Josephine Quirk, and Mrs. Selin^ Chism. Mlrthrlny Supper at Bethel MEDORA — The monthly birth day supper of the Bethel Baptis Church will be held Friday evening at the church basement. Commil tees in charge are: decorating Mrs. Herschel Fritz, Mrs. William Ritchey and Mrs. Ralph Brook and beverages, Mrs. Phoebe Stein kuehler, Mrs. Kenneth Crane, anc Mrs., Fred Crane. Senior Play Thursday MEDORA — "Escort Trouble a three-act comedy; will be pre sented by members of the Senio class of the Medora High Schoo Thursday evening at 8 o'clock i the hjgh school gym. J. A. Zcbi( Is directing the play, assisted by Mrs. Frances Hook. Advance tick ets are 45 cent and door tickets wil be 50 cents. The cast is composed of fou boys and six girls, Henry Roberts Robert Sanders, Kenneth Stanton Wayne Brooks, Delores Scott, Lola Tapprich, Vera Young, Sylvia Car roll, Virginia Chism and Imajean Hembrow. Special musical numbers between acts will be vocal solos b; Myrtle Lee Johnson and Shirlej, Straub, both being acompanied b; Mrs. Olga Jacoby, a vocal instruc tor. According to the American Bowl ing Congress the sport started 7,700 years ago when an inventive Egyptian devised a nine-pin game PIAN VOUR KITCHEN FOR Convenience <£ SAVE 25 DAYS A VEAR Electrically Itfeilora SHORT m Whether yours it a tmall kitchen like this, or a larger one, you can plan it to sai<e time, U<ork, and thousands of steps. SAVE WORK TOMORROW by planning your kitchen today. Union Electric will help you plan one—FRBB op CHARGE! We will tnak0 an individual plan of your present kitchen.». show you how to get more out of it now... and plan it so you can have all the pleasure of a truly work-saving kitchen in the future. HERE'S ALL YOU DO: Write, phone, or visit any Union Electric store. Or mail the coupon,below. You'll be surprised at how much fun it is to plan and assemble a work- saving, step-saving kitchen of your own! Th« Ct*ctrlc Olihwoih*f and Oarbogt Dupotcr really frtti you from m*tiy cUan-up job*, lv«ry dith . . . «v«ry pot and pan... It lonitUtd clean and dritd. No mor* dang*/ dw« to d*> caytd food. Non» of th* m*n of th* garbage pail. Cleaning vp afl*r meolt i* quick and eaiy . . . and II coiU 10 liltl*. Here Are 9 laiy Stepi to a Work-Savlng, AlUlltctrlc Kitchen I. The llectric f.«4 prMMtiof M ho«.*l tuaimw day*. t Tke •OM|*)«» Ned* Ran«.— «uick« M*y «Mlt thai tailf b«Ner, teal I. A»»le wo* •MM fw .v«y - l/vt liffir... I. The flam.l««» flectrlc Watt* H^itw— .11 th. M watei y.u want, whtn you went H. 4 The lied* Oitkwathei and Owtof. peter — m«U. <!MM,P (»»» • (V1AI! Irir. (UurUM IUi( fKtt KIKtitN flANNINC M Uv» Union Ktaptric Company 316 N. TvcUlb fck)ul#v»/4 81 UtUl» I, Miwuuh Without oajt or obUfitioa. placw l»n4 OM Union Electric 1 ! * " " MKDORA — Harry Krlrhum. Bowling Green, Mo., visited Monday nlghl nnd Tuesrtny nt the home of his nlrr, Mrs. D. A. Ploggrr. Mr, nnd Mrs. D. C. Roberts, Cambria, Wis., have been spending a frw days at the home of Miss Rose Carson. Miss Carson accompanied them on a trip to Carrollfon Monday and to Alton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKee and ~son, Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen McKee, Al'nn, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. David McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Lyftn Waltrip and family were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Waltrip Sr., Wrights. Gilbert Jaynes and daughter, Wood River, visited Sunday at the P. L. Jaynes home. Mrs. Kthel Burns had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Roberts, Cambria, Wis., and Miss Rose Carson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Franklin Colston and family, Mt. Sterling, III., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy French. A meeting of the official board of the Methodist Church was held Monday evening at the church. Mrs. Ina French visited her sister, Mrs. Nelle Sunderland, Jersey vllle, over Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lockyer, Chesterfield, and Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. J. L. Tober. Mr. and Mrs. Myles Lowis and daughter, Alton, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner. Mrs. George Quakcnbush, Bible Grove, 111.', is visiting at the home of her son, Forrest Quakenbush. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berthold, St. Louis, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner. * Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes visited \Sunday evening at the A. E. Jaynes home at Plainview. Mrs. William Rathgeber, Mrs. Charles Sanders and Mrs. Daisy Sanders, were in Alton Monday. Patsy and Ray Robinson spent Wednesday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Robinson, Victory. The Party-a-Monlh 4-1 f Club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Sarginson. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Pratt and daughter, Carolyn, Waggoner, spent the weekend in the homes of their daughters, Mrs. Charles Scharfenberg and Mrs. Albert Scharfenberg. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Watkins are at the home of W. T. Greer, Modesto, while Mrs. Greer and infant son are in the hospital at Jacksonville. Mrs. Ida Dodge spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mrs. James Ryan. Batchtowii C of C Dinner Scheduled April 23 BATCHTOWN—The date of the annual Batchtown Chamber of Commerce banquet has been set for the evening of April 23. It has been necessary to hold ticket sales to about 105 on account of room space. The Brussels Chamber will banquet Thursday evening. Tickets for both banquets have been sold out for several clays. , Continuous Service BKTHALTO -Arrangements have been made by the Bethalto National Bank to provide customers with continuous service during the bank's building program, to begin in May. Cashier's cages will he opened in an adjoining building, a barber shop, while the enlargement and modernizing is being done in the bank offices. The move is planned for May 9 and it is expected that the temporary cages will be in operation May 12. The coming construction is actually the completion of a building project started tsvo years ago. The rear section, already completed, contains the modernized board of direction's meeting room and the vaults. The front half will feature enlarged office spaces'and additional cashier's cages. Singapore has asked British ex- perls for instruction on methods of rearing prawns. \ Bethalto 4-H Team Selected Wilt Represent Cltib a 'Achievement Day' BKTHALTO-A team »o represent the Bethalto 4-H Club at a "Achievement: Day" this summe in Kdwardsvllle was chosen Mon day evening by club members Those selected were: Shirley Oe ken and Dorothy Strohbeclc wh presented the first-place demon stration "Flower Arrangements.' Six visitors and 18 member perc present at the meeting held i the home of Ruth Ann Schoene weis. The members wrote thel criticisms as each demons^ratio was performed and a vote was hel lo select the one judged best. In second place were. Joan BH and Linda Staas who demonstrate "Fitting a Pattern" and third plac was awarded to Barbara Berrj and June Johnson for their wor on "Pictures." Others who presented topic were: Georgia Berry and Donn Best, "Preserving Fruits and Veg etablcs"; Helen Link and Jud Oetken, "Icing and Decorating Cake"; Ruth Ann Schoeneweis an Sharon Vogel, "Making Coot Things-With Milk and Eggs"; An Strohbeck and Sandy Aghetta "How to Fringe a Scarf"; an Janet Klopmeier and Mary Gruen felder, "Equipment for Sewing." Mrs. Josephine Cathorall, leader and Mrs. Oma Oetken, co-leader were also present at the meeting WSCS Meets Thursday BETHALTO-Mrs. Louise Nav will be in charge of the prograi to be presented Thursday by th Woman's Society of Christian Serv ice at the Methodist Church. The group will assemble at ] a. m. and the business meetin will begin at 10:45 a. m. under th direction of Mrs. Wyonna Ellio president. After the noon potluc luncheon served by hostesses, Mrs Valerie Cain. Mrs. Clara McCa ley, Mrs. Violet Adams, Mrs Nelle Ellspermann and Mrs. Nanc Star-key, devotions will be held r 1:30 p. m. by Mrs. Emma D. Nor ris. \ Chesterfield CORRESPONDENCE By MRS. EMMA DAMMS CHESTERFIELD — Mr. an. Mrs. C. V. Hart of St. Louis Charles Bramley of Alton; Mr. am Mrs. William Marietta Jr., anc daughter of Granite City and Mrs Alice Bramley and son, Harold were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Horace Bramley anc family. The dinner was in honoi of the birthday anniversary of Mr Horace Bramley. Mrs. W. A. Knoop is a medica patient at Carlinville Area Hos pital. Mrs. Milford Eastman o Chicago has been a recent gues of Mrs. Lorena Hounsley. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leach Mrs. Edna Dowland, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Hounsley, Mr. and Mrs For Reservations or Literature Write Direct to the Hotel at Excelsior Springs For Wood Floor* and linoleum Waterleu Bruce Floor Cleaner remove* dirt, ipoti, heel mark* instant* ly, Wax base protect! thi beauty and luster, PAINT and FLOOR COVERING STORE 655 E. BROADWAY DIAL 3-3031 C 9 You iivt bouri ol dulf work when you i«t firuct Cleaning Was hngntm your hardwood It get* '•» really cieaa without wrubbiag. CivM «Ua-h«avy WM protection M it clean* Jb vi Flo* ,f« • ft •IUCI Red Cross Staff Aides Afe Asked to Volunteer Red Cross volunteers are needed as staff aides, Mrs. Lewis Gil- berf, slnff nida chairman, announced today. Women who have had some office experience are quail- fled to become staff aides, and are needed lo work In the Red Cross headquarters located at 810 Main St. The staff aide training course of eight hours Is being planned, Mrs. Gilbert said, and the two hours of the coifrse is given over to a general orientation in the entire Red Cross program. Some staff aides volunteer their services Lewis Banks, Mr. William Rigsbey, Howard Snidle, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bruce and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rigsbey and Peggy Rigsbry were among those attending the funeral services for Clay Rigsbey Monday at Springfield. "BIO 21-INCH MAGNAVOX TV Mahogany Console The Holiday 21 349° With ALL CHANNEL UHF BUILT-IN > STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS 800 E. BROADWAY for a half day, otHtra give t whole day, and either arrangement is welcome. staff aides assist In the blood program, prepare for service in time of disaster and civil defense, as well as serve the regular Red Gross services in the headquarters Ohtar FMn wfth Itching Skin Vf tlN 1lH«nML flHrafMHifltffi WWHifWfll nt «rt if ft. HT tomnton tn font put middle tie, Rctimt Offlumnt M wothltin relief. CofiUim ttftoim which lete in piiti of mining Mtflftl ikl« etta- •orki MM, ind wffifm huu. It fMM to •nod not to hivt tn nnutt and Mrauh. Get RaHiel md fit nlttf. Afl dnt nan* offices. Any women interested tit requested to call the Red C«HI, phone 3-TflM. WOOD RIVER ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS EAST ALTON AREAS • We hate a food list of httyeri lor 4 to fl rm»m hornet, W§ stress service. OLEM MOLL, flutter Office 8-8631 Etenltifi 9>I4M Ask for Mr, Dtefcimm Guard Your Dog Against "Energy Fadeout" When your dog starts the day full of pep, but does a "fade out" half-war through, chance* are his food is at fault "Energy Fadeout" doesn't happen to Rival-fed dogs, because every ingredient in Rival is a rich source of energy! The Rival formula assures you of a scientifically balanced, complete food for your dog. Not just one, but several, varieties of body-building nutritious meat, sun-ripened grains, natural vitamins, minerals and proteins, keeps dogs energetic all -day long! Rival has a pleasing natural color, appetizing natural flavor it is never artificially colored Chlorophyllin is added to prevent doggy odors. Entires** astic.letters from dog owners who have bought over 850 mflBon ems of Rival to date, all ted the same story; "Rival made him a bundle of atagy* —"always peppy"—"rarin' to go." Change to Rival—give your dog the priceless gift of pep and vitality packed into every can! Want mort for your money? Buy Rival Dog Foodl 16 TIRE SUE CHAMPIONS Now you can save on Champion tires with the famous Lifetime Guarantee. Here's your chance to get greater blowout protection, longer mileage, more non-skid safety at big savingsl Don't wait — equip today at these low prices! SIZE 6.00-16 With your old tire PLUS TAX YOUR OLD TIRES WILL COYER THE DOWN PAYMENT ... SET OF 4 FOR AS LITTLE AS $ 2 7 - 5 A WEEK SPRING VALUES IN SEAT COVEIS tf,fj VftM HAS1K COVfti AuU PoJUb SAVE on SPECIALS 89* 49* Ch.iMi« U»M Ull |5f I*' Tvk. r«$fon« ft* t MOAOWAY ALTON PHONI

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