Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1953 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 17, 1953
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M01FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, APRIL H, ifSt * ^•••••^^^^^^^^^' ' Brighton Senior Play Tonight Class to Present 'Great Ceasar's Ghost* BRIGHTON.—the senior class play, entitled "Great Ceasar'a Ghost,!", .n comedy in three ants, UHI1 be presented tonight in tlie high school gymnasium at 8 p.m. Members of the cast are: Bev- §rly Powell, Be.rnice Large, Beverly Kelly, John Lively, Sharon Landon, Wilbur Huber, Bette Cairns, Harold Todd, Shirley Down, Don Graham, Ed Stubblefield and Dorothy Wlnslade. The pifty Is under the direction of Mrs. Marie McAfee. Antlllary Planning Sttpppr BRIGHTON.—American Legion Week's SeiV'Thrifty! 4594 12—20; 30-42 BEGINNER-EASY! Sew a suitcase-full of separates! Everything you need <br a summer of sun 'n' fun is here! Midriff top! Four?gore skirt! Beach jacket! Trim shorts! They mix-match, go everywhere from sports to dinner-dance. Pattern 4594: Misses' sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40. 42. Size 16 bra; % yard 35-inch; j skirt 2% yards. ( This pattern easy to use, sim- v ple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Bend 35 cents in coins for this pattern—add five cents for each pattern if you wish first-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. It's GL1DDEN PAINT FESTIVAL TIME APRIL 9th to 25th SAVE Introductory Offer SPRED GLOSS New Latex Wonder Paint DRIES IN Vt HOUR SMOOTH AS TILE GUARANTEED WASHABIE *tn ihii brind n.» rich luittr trumcl It'i (He first 100ft lain hue enimtl—color* •itched 10 SPRED SATI-; fHtbalPrict $1.79 qt. SAVE 63 CLIDDEN FLORENAMEL Buy I quint iny color of flORENAMEl ind ><>< £)c. Oulwcwi ordinary toot p>ini> J to I. Vmh. •tindt bird »»ir for i«. •id«orouiud««oo(i. I f iittal Prlct (I qH.) 1 SAVE f 1^5 INDURANCE IMPERIAL twtlwl Vorld i kstu DPI • co»t whin bouit paint Stxt fcilf tht umc. n«rl> h«J( «b< (Oik J-to»i ia oat co«i! 1M4Y'S HMflT PAINT VAIUII SPRED SATIN fW< pllM YOLTON'S 4U«« Auxiliary is planning to have « «uppcr April 24 at the Legion tome. The committee in charge of arrangements is MM. R. n. am, Mr«. A. A. MorhU? and rfrs. Wesley Oraul. Twn C*i« Game* BRIGHTON.-There will he l\vo hHskefhall Rames played Snturrlay light in the high school gymna- ium. The preliminary gnmc will | be at 7:30 p.m., when a girls'! earn from St. Paul's Methodist i Ihurrh moot a girl's tram from hr Grafton Methodist Cliuirh. The fraltiro of tho ovrninR will be at 8:45 when Ilio Cnisdders. rum piny tho iimn from tho (Iraf- j on church. This is a benefit Rnrne j or the purpose of raising funds j or the new rhuivh pows. Admis- i sion will bo by donation. j ftehekahft to Attend Meeting BRIGHTON. -A meeting of Di«- rint 22. Rohnkah Stdtr" Assembly, .vlll be held Tuesday nt Carrolllon. Members of HIP lorn I lodsr \vill neet. at the IOOF hall betu-oen It and 11:30 a.m. Anyone desiring j ransportallon should rommuniriite i with Mrs. W. D. Bates, or Mrs. | John E. Jonrs. Horlely Knlrrdtlni'd In Alton BRIGHTON. Mrs, Harold White of Alton entertained mr-mbers Of the Westminster Women's Society of the Presbyterian church at her home on Wednesday. Luncheon was served al noon to 15 members and one visitor. At the business meeting, Mrs. P. I,. Warner prrsidinp. plans were made to allrnd iho May Fellow-j ship sf-mcp lo ho May 1 al thn , Methodist church. II was also do-1 cided to mnko cancer dressings al l|ie May meclini;. Mrs. Timid McAfee directed the study Jcsson, "Together We Seek- to Be Witnesses" and waiwissisted by Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Mary Gangloff, Mrs. Carson Oberlnndor and Mrs. M. W. Zicgenbein. Mrs. Ruth B. Kelsey led the devotions. Mrs. Catherine Boker read an article on Africa. Women'* Oulld lo Meet Here BRIGHTON.—The spring meet- Ing of the Lovejoy region of. the Women's Guild will he held horn Friday, April 24, at St, John's Evangelical and Reformed Church. This is an all-day meeting and registration will be at 9:30 a.m. The morniag session will be devoted to the election of officers and other business. At the afternoon session, Mrs. Robert Mc-Nail, Synodical Women's Guild president, will address Ihe group. Brighton Note* BRIGHTON. Mrs. Leland Oerlel entered St. Joseph's Hospital Saturday for treatment for rheumatic fever. She is reported a iillle heller but it is. not known jusl how long she will hnve to remain at the hospital. Sharon and Frankie Oerlel are slaying with heir grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 3tt.o Oertel, during their mother's illness. Mrs. Donald Worts, who underwent: surgery Wednesday, is reported gelling along as well as could be expected. She is n patient at St. Joseph's Hospital nnd will remain at least another week. Mrs. Robert Schallenberg is con- ined lo her home on account of he reoccurrence of rheumatic 'ever. She has heen ordered to remain in bod four weeks. Her mother, Mrs. Edna Eddington, is staying with her. Mr. and Mrs. John T!. Jones were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs.' Dorothy Brock in Carrolllon. Officers of District 22 Godfrey Scouts To Collect Paper OOftFREY — Troop 45 committee met Thursday evening after the regular froop meeting In the town hall and made plans for A paper drive in the Godfrey area •Saturday. The tmop plans tn rover an ad- rlitional area other than in the Immediate Godfrey virlnlty this time. 'Hie nrens of Allamonf, Frontenac, Kremer's Ore-hard, and Villa Ridge will bo included in the collection this time. The committee requests that WHsle paper be securely tied nnd placed HI ihe front of the house to vacilitale Ihe pick-up. Pick-up of j waste paper can he made in isolated areas by notifying Assislant Seoul master Dewey Summers, SS'tnch Circle! In cose Ihe weather is extremely windy. Ihe paper drive will be canceled, due I" Hie difficulty of handling paper in a strong wind. Other activities planned for I he troop include group church attendance on May 3, and a Scouts and Dads weiner roast on May 1-1. Firrmen's Auxiliary lo Mrrl Monday al f Jodl'rry . (1ODKRKY — The Godfrey Firc- men- 1 * Auxiliary will meet Monday nl 7:30 p. rn. in the fire house. Officers will be elected for Ihe coming year, with the term beginning in May, The women will also discuss plans for their part in the firemen's picnic to be held on June 1.1, 12, and 13. Members are asked to bring with them a needle and embroidery hoop, in order to begin work on a quilt to be auctioned at the picnic. Wives, sisters, and mothers of firemen are eligible to belong to Ihe Auxiliary and are invited lo nil end the meeting. Mrs. Kcnyon Friodlinn will be the hostess for the meeting. New* Notes GODFREY — Mr. and Mrs. William Minor of Mt. Vernon are visiting with the Rev. and Mrs. Luther Brookman for a few days. Mrs. Minor and Mrs. Brookman are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. James T, Martin left today for a three week trip lo California where they will visit Iheir daughter, Mrs. Lilly. They also plan to visit relatives in Phoenix, Arix. of the Rohckah Assemhly were guests of honor. Mrs. Jones is warden of District 22. "Mrs. Edna OertcJ, who has heen a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital, was moved Wednesday to the Villa Terrace Nursing Home. Crochet. Ihe newest dinner fashion ihe round tablecloth! This jj-inc h circle, is a beauty—fascinating pineapple design. I'M-.' merceri/.ed Crochet and Knitting cotton for cloth, fine rot- ton for centerpiece. Pattern 638: complete crochet directions. Send 2."» cents In coins for this pattern—add five cents for each pattern for first-clans mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 68, Needleeraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print .plainly PATTERN ' NUMBER, J'o«r NAME, and ADDRESS. KXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN popular, new designs to crochet, sew, embroider, knit—printed in the new 1953 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for — ideas for gifts, bazaar money-i..-''ers, fashions ! Send 20 cents for your copy. NOTICE! 1 am now running my shop full time and will give the same service as in the past on BLACKSMITH INC — WELDING — LAWN MOWERS — SAW FILING — ETC. Open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday noon. DAVIS REPAIR SHOP 319 Mill St., Bethalto, 111. RENNEL REDUCED WEIGHT AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE E. ST. LOUIS, ILL. "I will never be able to praise Rennel Concentrate enough for how it has helped me. I am 70 years of age and had high blood pressure so bad I was afraid to go out alone for fear I would blackout and fall. I also suffered with terrible headaches. Thanks to the harmless Rennel home recipe I lost 17 Ibs. and now leel wonderful. I can do all roy work again and go out feeling fine. I am telling ail my friends about Rennel for It Is a wonderful way to reduce and improve health." So writes Mrs. Nellie Allen of 1703 N. 23rd St. You too can lose unsightly fat at home quickly. Get liquid RENNEL from your druggists. Follow simple home recipe directions on label. RENNEL has been tried, proven and recommended by thousands of your Illinois neighbors. Satisfaction guaranteed with the first bottle or send to manufacturer for refund. Costs only $1.40. Ask for free booklet "How*To Eat Plenty and Lose Weight." You'll never be hungry reducing with RENNEL. i-Sitl » ' Paper-crisp in clear of color '••*«,, I0 9 5 Bold woven stripes on the fashion scene .. . silk and acetate in black or navy against white. Picture yourself in our zippered town dress-spicy but nice, and sweetened with a tiery red carnation for that debonair touch- 1 Sues 12 to 20. - stytt >9^j 117 West Third MeMtte Church To Honor 19 New Members Sunday CJODTRKY — The Melville Con- gregaflonal Chureh will hoflor its new members with « covered dish supper at the rhurch Sunday eve- nirtj? at fi:30 o'clock. A total of 1D new members have been received into the church since the beginning of the year. The church put on an extensive membership drive during February nnd March, beginning with a survey of the homes in the territory surrounding the ehurch and ending with an evangelistic meeting the two weeks before' l * All members of the church are invited to attend the supper and bring with them a covered dish. The girls of the Pilgrim Fellowship will have charge of the arrangements for the meeting. Mrs. H. C. Molladay, Mrs. Lucille Brinkman, Mrs. Clay East, Mrs. Walter Collins, and Mrs. Emil Kehr \vill act as hostesses. A musical program has been planned after the supper and Mrs. Walter Collins is in .charge of it. A welcome will be extended to the new members by the pastor, Rev. D. H. Toomey. Crops Damaged by Drcr In Pike. County Area HARD1N -- Stale Representative George W. Wilson of Pike (Bounty recently received a complaint from Casper Allensworth of New Canton that deer have caused heavy damage to crops in his vicinity. Allensworth said many of the deer swim across the Mississippi from Missouri. Many of. the animals live on the river islands and he believes there aVe several deer living on one island. He reported seeing as many as 20-swimming the river at one-time. There have been suggestions in the New Canton section that the conservation department allow a Allen-Benny Fend Still Going Strong Pair Mining Pay Dirt on Old Fight NEW YORK #-After wftfehlflg TV night upon night, It's fun occasionally to do some old fashioned listening to the radio. You'll find a lot of the veterans still going as strong as over. Outstanding are Fibber and Molly fctcoee, whose present NBC series has Just moved Into Its 19th year. They have been in radio since 1931 and are one of radio's first man and wife comedy teams. Graduates of vaudeville, the Me- Gees specialize In situation comedy. They get humor out of Incidents that could happen to almost any couple. They still locate their mythical radio home at 79 Wistful Vista. If the McGees have any TV plans, they have not yet taken def- inate shape. They did make an audition film, but nothing came of it. The veteran Lionel Barrymore, approaching 75, will be honored Sunday night in the CBS radio drama series, Hall of Fame, short hunting season on deer each year. i 810 21-INCH MAQNAVOX TV Mahogany Console The Holiday 21 With ALL CHANNEL UHP BUILT-IN STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS - 500 E. 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Knit waistband; rayon lined. Navy, brown, green, rust; 8 to 20. ,,.-,,,.. . . 6.95 B. Water and spot-resistant rayon and acetate sheen gabardine. Zipper front, 2-tone knit waistband, saddle-stitched trim. Rayon lined. Gray, brown, navy; 6 to 20 . . . C Reversible jacket in Bur-Mil rayon check on one side, rayon and acetate sheen gabardine on the other. Elasti- azed back. Navy, brown, ^ green; 10 to 20 ....... O* SAVINGS for GIRLS All girls 7 Spring coats -suits ^ 25% OFF *IO.95 to *25.OO SUITS 8.21 to 18.75 Topper rain, wool sod orlon Lorette suits, rayon ottoman feilfes, wool bos jackets, pleated ikiro. Checks, pUids, loitd*. 3»6*, 7*12. J *I4.95 to *29.95 COATS 11.21 to 22.46 100% wool |il tea, 8eoc«. rayoo ottoman faiitot. Sio|t* T and doubl»-brta$wd itylci, ouUtary-ryp* OMA SUM M«. 7-12, Aiol #vi»j <i>if M MN»| UM «» f e^of • 117 W. Third

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