Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 23, 1953
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ALTON EVttNtNO TSLBORAPH THURSDAY, APKfSt 117 Attend MYF Meet at Medora MKDORA — One hundred and ftvtntten attended the ,Jers?yvilfc tub-dlfrtrlct M¥F meeting Monday evening in the Motto™ Methodist Church. All of the 12 churches In the sub-district were ropresented. The churches are Shipmnn, Brighton, Jerseyville, Godfrey', Bethel. ElsBh, Orafton. Salem, RosptlnK Kane, Pla'sa and Modora. t Kenneth Sandprs. loenl MYF president, had ermrge of the open- Ing exprcises. There Was congregational singing and a solo by Bobby Jacobs of Plflsa. Lewts Jacoby of Jerseyvtlle, sub* district prMtdiftt, prWHfed « fHe busings session. The gwcsf speaker was ftev. Kd- ward Corkrrll of Hamburg, who gave an interesting art-mint of his trip to Cuba. He was one of $) ministers under the leadership of Bishop Branspomb to make the irtp. He gave the geographical, eronomlrnl, educational and sprit- ual stntus of Cuba. A plrlure, "What Happened to Jo-tlo" was shown following the message. The group then rrtlrVd to the basement for refreshments, which were served by thp counsellors, Mrs. M. F. Dodge, Mrs. A. E. Frueh, and Mrs. W. D. fillworih', assisted by Mrs. Norton Sanders. Flood Gate Work Near Completion Plan To In Unit 9 NPW thasa without iftaehmsntf [J com n M ftttm *•• A fill WMONSTRATION m TNI PFAFF' IN the moM remtrkihlt w«in| perform* inc* nince the invention of the MWfng michintl With Pftff Oltl-A-Stitch, you JiiM ditl UH Mitch you want »nd new! It't m t**y 10 learn 10 se* on i PUnl HtmimhfT: MAM It a' full rotary machlnet eillfMl StlftheW S*Wt ftMtflH •Ml ItVWM FREE Sewing Lewong With Every New I'l AM'' • HOME OWNED • UNION OPERATED CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY CO. 14 W. BROADWAY — AT/TON — PHONE 2-5!! 11 rlelnypd by weitlher ronrilllorm, J. & .f. Con| sfrurflon Co. pinna to make II* Insi ; big pour of ronrretp Friday on thr> mml ruction of Ihr flood gHtn im- provpmrnt in IhP fcdrrnl Ir-vee al Ihr fool of Crntral. Rpmnlninn lo he poured i* Ihp nrrond of (ho two l«itlrr-i«M wilhtn which tlir 8."><m- pnimrl, 20-foot flood gnlp will !>«• hung. THr- butyrca* for which form- work nmv i* RoinK Into plnrp win he 17.4 feet: high, 10 fwt long, nnd lour fept thlrk. Aflr-r thp hutfrnss hn* cured, 4hrrr> will rriflln only smoothing up the r-rrlr lo ho rlnnr to m;iko 'rfrtdv for plm-ing llv 1 hin K;I|P which •» being fiihricnlr'd hy n St. I,oni< In in. In rffrcl, Iho J. & J. Co. has hron taring to complete HIP flood gHie project for I he Corps of KnglnoTrs before « possible spring flood. Tbo elrv.'ilion of Ihr gjilevvny rnclosinn Ibe Central Ave. levee sup, through \\blt:h a rallrond switch truck piiss- rs, npproxi males 28 font above low water mark. Henre il dikes H mnjfir flood of the Mississippi hero. lo riiiiki 1 u^e ol a Kfite necessary. Floods mtikini; il necessary to Hose Ihr lever «!ip were. experienced hcrp bold Ifisl year and in 195.1, but there wpre no seriously hlch river stages hcrp in I he two prior years Of 1949 and 1050.' Thus far (his year. the top 8ta>;e a I' Alton was nnp of 1,8 fopt on April For IMP last two and « half \\pcks the river has been slowly declining, and today's singe was 10.5 led. Half-Site Style Kii'p has bpt>n in IhP grip of a. nationwide milk strike, Dublin reports. Small used cars are in stronger i demand than ever in Eire, Dublin ; reports. Look! no-iron <^N li ,4* deep in sheer embroidered nylon each only., j.3$ Take a refresher course in your Spring lingerie . . > make yours light an' airy combed puckered cotton by M. C, Schronk! t>. No fuss to wash, never ^ ironing m Public meMings of the Board of ^duration of Unit No. 3 and iho Advisory Committee along with Mr. Fisher and Mr. Reichert, who nre In charge of the information program relative to the building of a central high school, will be held at the three high schools in the Unit soon. The first meeting will be held at ihe Mcdcjra High .School on Thursday evening at. 8 o'clock. The second meeting will be HI Shipman on Monday «t the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock and the third meeting will be al Ihe Brighton high school Thursday, April 30, at. 8 o'clock. Al these meetings a full explanation 'if the program, location ol the site, the architect's plans, description of Ihe curriculum being of- lercd, cost, and all particulars rH- alive to ihe special election, which is called (or May 2, will be given. Girls' Auxiliary Meets MKDORA The <;irls' Auxiliary of Ihe Baptist. Church mel Monday alter school al the parsonage. Fourteen members, two visitor* and ihe two counselors were in attendance. • Following their lesson the group went lo Ihe home of Mrs. Bertha Rhoads and gave a short program. Mrs. Rhoads treated the girls with candy. They then returned to the parsonage, where refreshments were served. Members present were: Arlene and Linda Hart, Donna and Bar-! bara Tuelken, Almeda and Louise Ciimlin, Linda Gaffney, Sue Gorham. Sharon Slraub, Rosemary Fricker, Donna Sarginson, Brenda Moore, Julia Kllioll, Mary Robinson. Mother and Daughter Tea MKDORA—A mother and daughter tea will be given Friday at 2:30! p. m. in the home economics rooms of the high school. A special feat-; ure will be a style show, sponsored by the home economics depart-1 ment. The lea is sponsored by the KIIA. Tlirllulay Celebrations MKDORA Mr. and .Mrs. Monroe Kllioll. entertained Sunday with a dinner iKfttpring Ihe birthdays of : their grandchildren. Donna anil Richard Moore. Guests were Mr. | and Mrs. Joel Moore and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lyon, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. James Wilton and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klliott and son, David. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golike Sr. attended a birthday dinner Sunday at Foslerburg for their granddaughter, Lois Harris. 8, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rhinfc and family went, lo Chesterfield Sunday lo a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lockyer. which WHS honoring Mrs. Lockyer' granddaughter, Gloria Rhine, who was 15. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKinnev and family attended a birthdav dinner in Dorsey Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Art Williamson. Attend Funeral Monday MKDORA Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gorham, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gorham, Mr. and Mrs. Klmore Gorham and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strunk attended the funeral of Mrs. Lillian Hoyt MI Alton Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hoyt was tt half-sister of Harvev Gorham. is to receive $8,000,000 from th9 UntWd Stiles to help start • chomclrft fertllimr plant, Karachi reports. neat) Telegraph Want Ads Norway had its lowest figures fit 3ft yein list reports. IW8 Oi*-* Olio i C-o-o-1 and yet just the right amount of coverage to flatter your arms. Wherever you go, whatever you do, you look your smartest In this. Best of all. sewing's a dream this pattern is proportioned for short, fuller figures. No alteration problems! Pattern 4532,: Half sixes 14'j, 16'i, IS's, 20 1 i, 22'a. 24' a . Size 16'j takes 4% yards 35-Inch. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew. Is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 35 cents In coins for this pattern—add five cents for each pattern If you wish first-class mailing. ANNE ADAMS, r.are of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dopt., 'M3 West 17th St., \e\v York II.'X. Y. Print plainly VA.ME. ADDRESS, SI/K. and STYLE \t .YIBEK. Bonn estimates that American firms now have $159.800,000 invested in the Federal Republic of Germany. Telegraph Want Ads Click. All rht fttwtif mlratl* material* and «y«.eafthlna. itylti or* hert, priced te tave row even mere dvring thli 4-dey Sale. Came in to-dayl Rayon marquisette TAILORED PANELS 0" p"C» "># if e>i 6 I 1019 Keg $1 77* * M EACI !. n Save 92* o Palrl ORGANDY PRICIUAS Peg, 3.69 h, jnowy white. BA" 'o'i'e poi'. 81" long. doi"'y p'coi • edged ej. Pe'monent finish. W.T. GRANT CO 205 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL. Proportioned petti- coat. White; regular or toll, sizui S r M, L Wliitc, fall, j,iz 32 10 ^^. Kong; Has Jitters MANILA .V •- Business in Hong Kong is slumping and the population is war jittery since 'British endorsement of the U.S. economic blockade against Red China, says a Ifi-man chamber of commerce trade mission to the- Philippines. Robert Der. chairman of Ihe mission, said it was seeking means of promoting closer trade relations between this country and Ihe crown colon v. Where can I get a Wto my LOAN uestf Xf, ^!n . 1 I'iii h til u A OVER A MILLION LOANS m»d» «t Jbttml Uit y««r to tmploytd •urn •nd won** -~- mv ri«d «nd wngU —in «U walk* of lit*«Yli M MOMPTLY If you »r« itttdily wnploy»d «M| etn h»ntilt convtnitnt monthly for • prompt «W , W» WW* w-w*w w " i ii"« —•--'• far ww-viiit lota. Writs or com* ~ • • gff isty •>>••, il te ht «ur*i* MiieiMO BOND'S 117 Wlrt ™"l $t oW^rf^eW «P «PM Fffete* ftlf p |i,if. t k THROW IT IN THI WASHING MACHINE Others From $8,95 SEASONED TRAVELER" You'll love this "spirit of adventure" fashion , . , a halter drew with its own tiny jacket to discard in the sun. In a checked waffle pique, a Panagra cotton, by Everfast, in black and white, red and white. Sizes 9 to IS. Final Clearance/ TOPPERS Pastels.. Chocks,. Whites SUITS Junior!.. MisMt ,. Mali Sites NEVER NEEDS IRONING! Shadow Panel Preshri^nk COTTON PLISSE Straight Cut Slip 3 PROPORTIONED LENGTHS rm.i'-^h^fettrt.-.' m : \ MOTHER'S DAY MAY 10TH FOUI SOU STRAIGHT CUT o*d *e de>mten EVfRYIOOV . . , lovet tMi ntw wWte fte««y>ioH «»Hon pliut itroigKt cut tlip by Mitf Doint. YOU con limply throw it in tkf wooing naehint • . • it AMdi no ironifif . WKot't mere it hoi o truly lovely •"broidery top o' ftve-iad* nylo« sKetr o*d e 3'/j inch em. ' nylo*» AOUMCO to imtch. You jutt eon't imagine it o* . . . K«w wo«d«rfyl it Illl •• m w. ST. AITON

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