Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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P*6t TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 20* ItSJ •*tm ci An f «OT Bint Will P«y Hwrn ,0ft njifiMniti Ifwi Cufl Affort MM Get f on Otrt of Debt teem tot Crnnmtreti! Bunding Ml W. ThJrt at Alton. Hi. PflAM 1-0114 Jersey Club Women Elected Officers at District Meeting .TERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Herbert Naylor and Mrs. Dormlrl Mnrtln of Iho lornl Junior Woman's Club wore olprlrrl in district offirns at thp nnnunl mroliriK and hnnqnol nf fho lornl Woman's Club, was elected 20th district director, nnd Mrs. Martin was elected distrlrt secretary. Mrs. .Tohn Clark nf Arenz- villo is rrlirlnR district director. the clubs (if thr 20th rtisfrirt nt the About ?,n from hero nttcnrted thr Mnsonir; Tomple in .Jarksonville banquet. Thiirsdny ovrninpt. No Riiest speaker was srrurod Mrs. Nfiylor, n pnsl president of for the banquet program this year MOO. PAID-UP (INSIIRinj 'iBQXGEVc' vWK- * SHARES FOR SALE DIVIDENDS PAID EACH 6 MONTHS (CURRENT RATE 3% PER YEAR) MONTHLY PAYMENT SHARES (SHORT OR LONG TERM) FOR SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS HOME BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION BROADWAY AT PIASA ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS 3-7781 SWAYS Modern Flameless Electric Cooking 1« Flameless plcctric heat ends black Bmudges on bottom of pots and pans. 2« No flame! No fumes! No clogged, greasy burners! None of the mesa common with old-fashioned stoves. 3* Flameless electric units help keep < kitchen walls and woodwork clean and sparkling bright, too. A CLEAN, CLEAN KITCHEN! , , . with a modern Electric flange. Flame- leas cooking does away with the backbreaking, time-taking cleanup jobs that make cooking a chore. There's nothing to cause excessive dirt this flameless electric way ,,, and it dues a better job of cooking, too. Buy an Electric Range on easy tenoa. About 90,000 Union Electric Customer* Enjoy All Thai* Advantage* of Electric Cooking* BETTER MEALS: Natural juicet, flavors, vitamins and minerals ffay in Ihe food ... do not cook away. PASTER: Hi-speed electric units start cooking right now ... cook as fast at food shou/d cook. EASIER! Automatic controls. Set the timer—forget it. No pot-watching. No guesswork. COOLERt Cooks the food-not the cook! Use* only '/2 the heat needed by old-fashioned flame-type stoves. THRIFTYS About 71 a day pays for all the conveniences of electric cooking in the average family. COOff COOf UNION IIICTIIC t but earh cluh presented « portion of the entertainment. Selections from the annual |tyle show and musical of thf local Junior Woman's Club were Riven by a Rroup from here'as the. local club's confribu- lion In the program. Mrs. Ray Brickey Jr., director of ihe musical, and Mrs. John Self, her assistant, presented a dance, solos were given by Mrs. Robert Krwin, Mrs. Valrla Tuot- ken and Miss Elizabeth Moore, and a vocal trio was Riven by Mrs. Milton Darr. Mrs. Paul Sancken and Mrs. Leona Randolph. Mrs. Hubert J. Call was accompanist for Ihe numbers. Mrs. VirR'l Searls, president nf the local dub, and style show cnmmontator, introduced the selections. The local Junior Woman's Club scrapbook received second place in their class at the scrapbook exhibit hold in connection with the district mooting of IKWC in Pittsfield, III. Thursday. The hook was assembled by Mrs. Janet, (iorecki and Mrs, Donald Martin is publicity chairman for the Junior Club- Mrs. Fred Pratt and Mrs. Kenneth InRcrsoll were delegates lo Ihe I'ittsfield convention from the local Junior^ Club, Jersey Senior Play This Week Class lo Prr.scnt 'The Glass Menagerie' JERSEYVTLLK — The senior class of the Jersey Community j High School will present. Tennessee j William's imaginative drama, "The j Glass Menagerie," in two perform- i ancos Thursday and Friday In the school auditorium, beginning at 8:15 p.m. Alex Guinn of the high school faculty is directing the play, a seasoned Broadway hit, which tells R heart-warming story tinged with sardonic humor. Patsy Lorch will take the role of "Amanda," an aged mother who lives in memories of her past glories, is a bit: of n scold, a bit. of a snob, bent on making a match between a gentleman caller and her pathetically shy and crippled daughter, Laura. Sidney Hormell portrays Ihe dutiful hut rese,ntful son, Tom, who "goes to the movies" to get tight, brings In dinner with him a gum-chewing fellow worker from the warehouse. Sharon Dabbs will appear as "Laura," the sensitive girl who plays with her collection of glass animals all day, and Howard Lan- dori will have the part of the good- natured gentleman caller who disappoints "Amanda" by already being engaged to be married. I/ottery Luck AH Bad Month after month, Isaac Katz, of Tampico, Mexico, bought ticket number 7,305 in the national lottery. He told friends he was sure it was his lucky number and eventually would pay off. Finally, though, he decided his luck was irrevocably out. and look another number. So 7,305 won $350,000 for somebody else. No Opposition For Candidate* At Greenfield GREENFIELD — The foflmvinR persons have been named to serve as judges and clerks at Ihe city election Tuesday : First Ward, judges ; Albert Meng. W. F. Barnett, and Kate Mitchell, dorks; Mrs. Damon Orlswold, [ Mrs. 1 Jesse Meneley and Miss Mildred Cook; Second ward, judges; John McCarty, Lorcn Keener, and Mrs. Pearl Rives; clerks, Mrs. Lll- Ho Wade, Mrs. Blanche Scott and Miss Elsie Prather; Third Ward, Judges; M. A. Story, Joe Gemp, and Mrs. Jesse Wllhlte; clerks; Mrs. Verne Stringer, Mrs. M. T. Armstrong, and Mrs. Curtis Coonrod. Polling places are Shields office, First Ward; Nell Chevrolet Co., Second Ward ; and Fischer Lumber Co., Third Ward. The following are candidates for mayor, George Rives Jr.; city clerk, J. Russell Shields; aldermen, First Ward, Elmer Jackson; Second Ward, Ray Chanoy; and Third Ward, Floyd Frazier. R. K. Wilhile is candidate for city treasurer. ^ Mrs. Rnurr GREENFIELD — Mrs. Grovor Bauer entertained members of her bridge club and three additional guests, Miss Francos Cies, Edwardsville; Mrs. Byron Hill Jr., and Miss Ann Bauer, Saturday night. Mrs. George Parks, M r s. John Cox and Mrs. 0. J. Bott re- Greenfield Girl Honored Al Pre-nttptlal Shower GREENFIELD - Mfl. Low!* B. Meng, Mrs. Edwin Frazler, Mrs. John Ewing, Rockbridge, and Mrs. A. L. Pembrook were hostesses at a shower honoring Miss Altene Reed at the home of Mrs. Meng Friday night. Gifts for the bride-fo-be vvere arranged on a table under the mantle which was decorated with a miniature wedding party. The group played games and Mrs. floyd Frazler, Mrs. C. W. Meng, Mrs. William Stringer, Mrs. .Bill Pembrook and Mrs. Charles Barton received prizes. Mrs. Ronald Fergurson entertained a group of friends at a shower Saturday night honoring Miss Reed. Miss Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed, and Robert Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oar* ner, will be married a! 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, April 28, in the Baptist Church. The Rev. Laurel Grigg, pastor of the Carrollton Baptist Church, will perform the ceremony. Mrs. Ronald Fergurson will serve as matron of honor, Mtss Virginia Sonnebom, bridesmaid, Don Wahl, best man, and Charles j Stone and Edwin Frazler, ushers. Miss Marlene Reed will sing, accompanied by Mrs. Donald An- A reception in the church wctil rooms win toltew. "I ww hilf craiy AlMBk^Bm Jlt&flAAMMk 4MIMB front torture lira ceived prizes. Miss Cies was a guest during the weekend of Miss Elizabeth BeU. "-^^•W FREE DEMONSTRATION on the fnbulout PPAPF AMtckftttff- 1(1 1 7MI M- broidff, iwliM, ItOMftftM. tig. til, mtt buttMllMlK. IWf Wl DtmMti bllndillleh, lit tnru. "Hnma-Owned— Unl«n Op«r»lfd" Central Sewing Supply Co. 14 W. Broadway. Ph. 2-521 WHY NOT LIT AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE MAN WASHER TELEVISION CLOTHES AUTOMATIC WASHER ELECTRIC nd Battery Small Applian 107 W. FOURTH ST. 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