Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1953 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUEB&AY, APRIL II, !Mi Amoma Officers Named at Jersey i Anne SJiortal Is I lie IVew Prestrlrnt JERSEYVTLLK - Officers for the year were plorfrrl hy thn Amentia BlhlP Class nf UIP First Baptist Church fll (heir mr-pfinR Friday evening si Ihr rhurrh. Twenty-five momhrrx were in ni- tendanee. The newly sclfclprl officers are: Mrs. Charles Sir-hrnmnnn, tc-nrh- er; Miss Anna K. Williams, a.ssist.- ant teacher; Mrs. Annr Shortnl, president, Mrs. Maude Arnold, first vice presidenl; Mrs. Nellie Graham, second vice president; Mrs. Grace Tucker, recording secretary; Mrs. Asa Bet-kner, treasur- HUNT HARDWARE ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Telephone 4-3075 Sunday 8 a.m. to Noon. • Hardware • Plumbing Supplies Hours Daily: 8 6 p.m. • Electrical Floor Sanders For Aent er; Mrs. Jessie l,anham,, financial secretary and Miss Clara Sunderland, press correspondent. Mrs. Ruth Randolph is tin? retiring president. Mrs. T,eola Henry gave a talk on "Thr Promises of God", and Miss Harriet Krwin presented the nils- slormry topic. Hostesses for the evening were: Miss Harriet Erwln, Mrs. Fannie • Brockman, Mrs. William Steelman, i Mrs. Harry Ling, Mrs. Grace Yo! com and Mrs. Leola Henry, I Klr-Hrd to National Hnnnr firmtfi ! JKRSKYV1LLK -- Miss Char- ilotte Hanes, granddaughter of Mrs. I George C. Cockrell and Mrs. C. M. Hanes, has been elected to membership in the Colorado Springs High School chapter of the National Honor Society, according to announcement made this week by the sponsors of that group. Miss Hanes, Is well-known in .Terseyville where she spends the summer months with her grandparents, and will arrive here in June for a visit this year. She will be a senior at the Colorado Springs High School next year. Miss H a n e s represented h e r school in February at the Winter Speech Festival at Fort Collins and received an "excellent" rating in both discussion and prose reading. This was the first time the Colorado Springs High School had taken part in the festival. Miss Hanes also won honors for the school the previous year at the South Central Debate Conference at the Pueblo Junior College. fancy tOOF in Confer BEAUTY AND COMFORT WITH CANVAS AWNINGS Your home, small or large, new or old, becomes more attractive, more comfortable and more livable with Canvas Awnings. You enjoy protection against summer sun and heat. You add to the charm and beauty of your home. Let us help you choose the Canvas Awnings best fitted to your needs and to your opportunities from a wide range of beautiful colors, designs and patterns. "Tb«r* is no substitute for Canvas Awnings" CAMPBELL TENT & AWNING GO. 100 CENTRAL AVE. DIAL 3-8885 JKRSKYVtLT.K - The next regular meeting of the local Orld Fellows Lodge will he Thursday evening. At that, time second degree work will he conferred on a Hafcs of three candidates from Jcrseyville and one candidate from Ponrl. Al the last meeting of ihe .Tcr- seyville Odd Fellows Lodge Ihe first degree was conferred on Herbert Ouhser of this city. Friday night a number from the local lodge visited the Carrollton Odd Follows Ix)dge and assisted In conferring the first degree on a candidate from Pearl. Those who went from here were ,f. B. Hunter, Harold Wayham, Truman Foster, Bert Hamblin and Carl Busch. Saturday night, Laverne Isrins- hausen and Carl Bused attonrled the 7nfli District Ofld Fellows meeting in Collinsvillc. tlusrh is secretary-treasurer of the district. and IsrinRhauscn is conductor. Cars In Accident Near Millwood JKRSKYVILLE - Cars driven by Henry 'Rlasa of the Nutwood vicinity and Freeman Clondenny of Ihe Marrlin locality were involved in a collision Saturday evening near Roserlalo on State Jit. 100 one quarter of a mile south of Nutwood. At. the time of the accident Clendenny was driving south and Blnsa according to slate police reports had just cnlercrl Ihe highway nnrl turned north. Ciendenny wns accompanied hy his wife and Charles Blasa was in Ihe car with Henry Blasa. Rolh cars sustained considerable damage, hut. Ihe occupants of the vehicles escaped wilh minor bruises. Complete Nursing ('nnrs«» JKRSKYVILLK - A Hass composed of members from the Woman's Auxiliary of the Joc/al chapter Veterans of Foreign Wars has completed a Red Cross Home Nursing Course, and will receive certificates for their achievement. They were: Mrs. Mardelle Dehne, Mrs. Ray Smith, Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Ed Crone, Mrs. Virgil Meyers, Mrs. Delbert Mourning, Mrs. Jack McGuire, Mrs. Earl Devening, Mrs. Charles Vanaus- doll, and Mrs. Darrell Smilh. Mrs. Gladys Miller, authorized Rod Cross instructor, who taught th,e class, was honored hy the members at an informal party following the final lesson al ihe courthouse Friday evening. She was presented a potted plant and planter in appreciation of her work. Refreshments were served. A large, cake baked by Mrs. Ed Crone who was assisted in the decorations by Mrs. Mardelle Dehne, was frosted with a large Red Cross, a hot water bottle, medicine container and spoon, typifying the Home Nursing accessories. Attend Meet In Springfield JERSEYVILLE r Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brickey Jr., spent the weekend in Springfield atlonriing Ihe district meeting of the Illinois Credit Union. Brickev is a director COMBINATION UTMTY TABLE CABINET • WHITI INAMIIIO MITAL CABINIT • OUAMINO CHIOMID TUBULAR UOS • ORIY, RID, YIUOW OR WHITI TOPS NEW . . . NEW .. . NEW! For your kitchen! The bathroom! The nursery! Convenient size table measuring 18*30". Top of long wearing plastic or Astra. Roomy top drawer plus double shelves storage cabinet. AND an at-the-back electric extension cord and outlet for mixer, toaster or roaster. Truly a wonderful, step-saving addition to your home! of thfl Credit Union at Western rirtridste Company in Alion. I*«flfitll ft» rittrftfin ffnupttnl JKRSRYVtLLE - Mrs. Howard K, Parker of,this city hns rereived word that her hushand is a patient in the Mercy Hospital in Chicago, suffering from a fracture of the ankle sustained when he was struck hy a sheet of steel whilfi nl work. Parker is employed In Chicago and spendh the weekends at his home here. ftftlurn* ftoftl ,1KRSKYVJU,K - Mrs. Virgil Ltmk Slim. Trim! Side-line buttoning wins compliments for your slender look! Scallops add fashion interest, ^bolero adds smart cover-up for shopping or dating. Make dress in print; bolero, print or solid. Pattern 4866: Women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 frock and collar on bolero require 4% yards 35-inch fabric-; bolero, i'4 yards contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. ScncJ 35 cents In coins for this pattern—add five rents for each pattern If you wish first-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. Glamour I EVKRY STITCH is easy sewing and embroidery! Big skirt has half-moon pockets; beautifully fitted bodice has scoop collar. Embroider dress by hand or machine. Pattern 672; transfer; tissue pattern in Misses' sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 lakes 4*i yards 35-inch fabric. Slate size. Send 2.1 conU in coins for thli iniilliiiB. Send to Alton Telegraph, ttfl, ISiM'illecruft Ilejit., P. O. Box Kil, Old Chelsea Station, \P\V York II, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN M M B E B, your NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN popular, new designs to crochet, sew, embroider, knit—printed in the new 1952 Laura Wheeler NeecJlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for — ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashions ! Send 20 cents for yoilr copy! DENNIS BROS. 100 EAST BROADWAY-ALTON, ILL.I PAYMENT TROUBLES? «T OUT OF OUT , . . WC MY THE BILLS! ONE HACf TO MY. NOT A LOAN CO. ei Set TbiBi.|itPtu Seam who tow heen vimttng tt her home here will leave Wednendty for Norfolk, Va., to Join her hus- hand. Sears who is a representative for McDonnell Aircraft Crop., has been at the Naval Air Test Center at Patuxent, Md., for several months and has heen transferred to the Virginia area. Mrs. Sears has been visiting here with his daughter, .Teanette, ft student at Shurtleff College. Sugar was first made commercially from sugar heels about, 1*00 when France found sugar difficult to import "during the Napoleonic wars. Girl Too toting, Gets Parental Cotwent bt Mail HUNTtNOTON, W. Va. /P~B*. , soldier Eugene Prlddy and Miss AtsukO Tomat applied for a mar* riage license Monday. "Your ages?" the clerk asked. "I'm 25 and she's 21," Prlddy said. „ "No, Gene," his fiance protested, "I'm 20." Ancient machines for throwing; projectiles were so effective that they continued In use long after, the first crude cannon appeared. < Telegraph Want. Ads "Click." HIADACHI? ait WWfWWDwT Tnli I Liquid Capodiflt nlterw headachi fan. Itttagndienti an already dissolved ... all ready to act. Sojpleai- ant to take. Get Capudine. Follow the latwlj avoid noMrita tin. (Ad*.i • CREDIT! or coimsei "SEC TH£ DIFFERENCE" PIASA ST. 9-5 daily . . . 99 FriHay "Too bid," tiMf Mn, Louts H. Ctto, the Heffne elWfc, "fcni'H to net youi 1 parents' consent. Mttft Tomnt it doing just that by air mall. PrttMy met f«f he w*« utattened in Tokyo, Want Ad* "Click," frcanony be Folder's I MOUNTAIN MOWN comi Fabulous New 1953 "MAGIC-CYCLE" DEFROSTING KELVINATORS! • Mammoth full-width Fre.zer Chest I Cold <M 5 walls with sealed back and insulated, gask«t-teol«d door for faster freezing, safer storage. • "Magic Cycle" Defrosting I The surest, safest method ever devised. Frozen foods—even ice creaa—stay solid frozen during the brief defrosting cycle! • New reH-ovt "Dairy Shelf*1 Strong, easy-gliding shelf will hold vp to 24 quart bottles, roils right out to bring tlwm to your fingertips. • Built-in Butter Chest! Keeps your butter w*hia easy reach . . . always spreadablel • New handy Door Shelves I Added convenience and added storage space for smaller, often needed items. • New moisture sealed Crispersl tyide of shatter proof Polystyrene. Special air-lock design seals in ture, keeps foods garden fresh for longer! • CoW-deoT-to-rtve-floor. KeMnator'i design gives odded food spoce In lets ftoor spot*. b*e- nor styled wen new Colonial Wwe trial. 4137 fully Automatic Defrosting fextelMPC KeMitatar "Mafic Cyeto" inff at • niuational iu* lout price! 11.6 eu. ft. of cold «pac* in-«mall«rt Mammoth freraar IUMKK 9*«Cy 94.0O ftweefcafe* minimum down payment. Defrosting in • "ipace •aver" re> frigerator ooty 88^* vide Cold- •fenr-to-the-floor. 9.4 «§. ft. of en*4 •pam. Giant tamer enevi. o«|y__ 83,00 • vcefcetar anabasm ^^^^^^* jflB.y •!•••••• vtnater. Fully aatomUie defrartuuj. 9 <*. ft. ef ccdd ifiMM. Gtoirt' •fee*. De In* Only 83.50 down pkjnmn4. Come in! See oH the new Kelvinatonl Get our Extra-High trade-in for, your present refrigerator! ITS TIME TO TRADE FOK REFRIGERATION and APPLIANCE CO. Voiir Kxclutive Kekiiiator ttwler 31S Be* St Alton Phone 3-777*

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