Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 14
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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THURIDAY, APRIL 21,19J3 ALTON TELEGRAPH Planting Com In Jersey Area •flWWlBYVtLLLE - The first corn Of the present season is being planted this week In the Jersey County area Q round that was plowed last fall 'and during the winter months dried quickly with the first sunshine, and farmers began working the earth to prepare If for a seed bed. A nurhher started planting a limited acreage, but many continued plowing nnd prefer to wall until early next month before .liking their seed. The acreage thai will he planlerl In corn this season in Jersey County will be In excess of that cultivated In 1952. The past few yean (he early planted corn has the heft in spite of corn borer threats (hit failed to materialize to any greatly damaging extent. The soy bean acreagt will be about the same' as planted last season. Work in the fields began on a w|de scale Tuesday as the ground became sufficiently dry to plow. Missionary To Sfwnh JERSEYVtLLE Rev. John E. Wallace, missionary from India, will be guesl speaker at the April meeting of the Esther Bible Class of the Presbyterian Churrh On Monday. Members of (be congregation are invited to attend. The program will be preceded by a potluck supper at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Herbert O. Neely, Mrs. Warren Gray and Mrs. Lester Fritz will be in charge of supper arrangements. For Hand Improvements Special Bond Issue Election Called in Brighton Township t Cow P«*§ • Soy Beans • Fortlllztr • Sprayers • Spraying Malarial • Kayttona and (fitter Seed Corn * • Seeds of All Kinds RUNZIEFEED 509 BELLE ST. DIAL 2-5032 Thrifty Rexall Drug Stores NOW...a t-«v*kitlon«ry i n*w approach ta> Beauty TUSSY (MPLETETMY DIET" FOR YOURS Why *>•• ttrii Mmtow new at* WWtortir YOai ( ifcra trpe, Tunny proech to skin beauty SUCCUD... luu i complete "Beauty Diet" to when 10 nnwx Sther* fail? B«c*iMe holp T»« look younger, lorelier. _.Meii cram, wuyh lotto* MB L*t iii« Tu*»y "diet-beautician" HIM men? beawtj iugmfatHe- pvMeril* UM perfect "dw>t" For "BeMtr Diet kp&aawf,.. vow akin today. S«e what a food 4M Mfad itffiiMiiii k rr-Vnrl fay CaqkavBeaty Ifcflar Biy Skin _ C^rMM*. Coattain* mun beautifien that tisane* aaxi •wMtriMb $1.25. $2, $3.50 ' Br«M« tfitk Tuny Dry JU* fn*kf***, S*tn mp loeal eirevtatio*. $1, $1 74 M. Work* wondan on Hrr ikm, waiioc, IHM*. $2, $3.M lete^eauty Dieffor Normal Skin frran lu cMtiy ail* oktooi I1.2S, 12, $3.50 *r«M mitk Tm Whi»a» awty erMm and Mak«* ikin hn|k. $1, $1.75 OMMriAr Mil* Tuny Hiftt OMM. Help keep <kw tmootb tad glowing M i PMii. Twd» to nv« ti>*t Uftk. li.a&, 12, 13.50 iet'for Over-30 Skin tt MliMUjr ewditoou jvn W it elMMaV. 11.25, 12. 13 30 . IK> H- 7 5 , $3 Even •*••» •/ "I . Ift.rmo «Bit« ei Mtvtel Open Every Evening I BIO STORES lit W. If* iS'i ic. Rr0»<ltt»> 4«f»*>vili» BRIGHTON - Eugene U. Ash, town flei'k, has hud nollces posted calling for K sperial election In Brighton Township to be held Tuesday, May 5. The purpose of the election Is lo deride whether bonds In the sum of $75,(WO shall be Issued for I'oad purpnsrs. Voting In Precinct 1 will be in the Village Mall and in Precinct 2 al Sterling School, foils will be open from 6 a. m, until 5 p. m. Attend WMCft Meeting In Alton BRIGHTON - Mrs. S. J. Cardinal. Mrs. W. O. Hunt, Mrs. Ruble Swan, Mrs. Kdwln Polslor, Mrs. V. W. Schroode and Miss Nora Rartow attended the East St. .Louis annual district meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service Tuesday at the Main Street Methodist Church in Alton. RehekahH Attend District Meeting BRIGHTON — Members of the local Rehekah Lodge attended the annual meeting of District 22 He- hekah Slate Assembly at Carroll- Ion Tuesday. In the Rioup were Mr. and Mrs. .John E. Jones, Mrs. Charlotte Unverxagt. Mrs. Lilly Jones, Mrs. Esther Jones, Mrs. Hilda Schmidt, Mrs. Helen Hates, Mrs. Tena Simmons, Mrs. Edith Down, Mrs. Ruth Robinson, Mrs. Sally Woods, Mrs, Vera Ingram, Mrs. Leola Little and Mrs. Thelma Young. Mrs. Dorothy Jones is warden of the district and when she was presented to the district president, Mr. Jones served as her escort. Mrs. Esther Jones served as a page. Others who took part in the meeting were Mrs. Hilda Schmidt, who is on the finance committee and Mrs. Lilly Jones, who is on the by-laws committee. Mr. Jones and Mrs. Unver/agt received the Rebekafi State Assembly gift from the local lodge. About 200 Rebekahs were in attendance at the afternoon and evening sessions. Reginn&I Meeting BRIGHTON - Plans have been completed for the spring meeting of the Lovejoy Regional of the! Women's Guild to be nefo J*rld§y al the St. John Evangelical and ! Reformed Church. { The main address of the mr>et-| tng will he given by Mrs. Robert; McNail, Synodieal Women's Oulld president, who vvjll speak In the afternoon. Also, on the program j will be a special number by 251 members of Unit 9 High School; chorus. | There will be morning and afternoon sessions, wilh registration , al 9:30 a. m. Ladies will bring a sack lunch and coffee is to be served by the Guild. Firemen Respond lo f'nll BRIGHTON Betsey Ann Comm u n i t y Firemen responded to a call this morning lo come to the property owned by M. Graner, about three one-half miles southwest of here, occupied by Mrs. Sue Apponyi. A small eoal shed on Ihe rear of the lot was destroyed but damage to Ihe residence was prevented, Mrlghton Notes BRIGHTON - Mrs. Kdilh Brenholt Jones of Alton and her guest, Mrs. Ruth Eldredge Morson of Greenville, Miss., called on Mrs. Rulh B. Kelsey and Miss Bertha Boulter Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Morson, who is en route to New York to attend a meeting of women of the Episcopal Chu.ch, was born and reared in Brighton. She formerly lived in the.home where Mrs. Kelsey and her sister now reside. Mrs. Reid Crowder was an over- i night'guest Tuesday at the home : of her sister, Mrs. Harold Wilton in Palmyra. Mrs. Martin Hermes IS reported i ill at her home. I Costly Dose Discussed S A physician in Scotland caused i a stir in the British Parliament by ordering for a patient, under the National Health Plan, a prescription costing $260. In the Com- Jersey Girt to Attend Pi Them Kappn Conclave JERSEYVILLE - Misr Gayle tSgethoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fV K. Egelhofy has been selected as delegate to the national convention of Pi ThetatKappa, National Scholastic Fraternity; from the William Woods Junior College at Fulton, Mo. She left Wednesday for San Antonio, Tex. where the conclave vyill take place April 23 through the 25. Miss Egelhoff has been appointed head dining room girl a' the college for next year, a notable honor, and has also been elected vice president of the International Delations Club of the college. She will he a senior at William Woods, a junior collegi, next year. Slnrr entering the, college she has been consistently a member of the honor lists for academic achievement. Communion Sunday JERSEYVILLE - The local Council Knights of Columbus will observe their semi-annual communion Sunday on April 26 at the Church of I ho Holy Ghost. The date has been advanced a week this year due to a conflict with the day of recollection of 'he Jacksonville Deanery on May 3. Members of the KC will meet at their hall on South Slate St. at 7:45 and prececd to the church in a body lo attend eight o'clock mass. A section of the church will be reserved for their use. Mr. Schlafly of Alton will be guest speaker for the program which will follosv a breakfast at the KC hall. 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