Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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PWDAT, APtn, If, If* ALTON RVEN1NO TILKORAPH MR. AND MRS. VERSION C. BEILSMITH were married Satur- MR. AND MRS. RICHARD BROADWAY were married Saturday MR. AND MRS. RICHARD V. MATT NCLY were married night in the East Alton Methodist Church. Mrs. Broadway is the ! Saturday corning in St. Mary's Church with Msgr. J. J. Brune offi- former Miss Darlene Gardner. The Rev. Robert H. Simpson, pastor of ciating. Mrs. Mattingly was Miss Roberta B. Hellrung.—Staff photo. the church officiated— -Prilchard pholo. Alton Malaya has soap plant. A new $12,000,000 day in St. Ambose Church with the Rev. T. E, Gortnan officiating The bride is the former Mi<,s Mary L. Walter. Read Telegraph Want Ads. Telegraph Want Ads Click. MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND DANIILS^wfem ford April 7, by the Rev. Herschell Otrwell,- ,Mrs. Danids is former Esther Ketchum.—-Phbto by jack Folnier. MR. AND MRS. BILLIE WALTZ were married April 12 in the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Waltz was Miss Lillie Marie Cook. COULDING'S Over 100 Years — /eweJers in Alton the last day for your FREE SCHM > Last chance to get a demonstration shave from Schick's factory expert I • Test Schick's real rotary motor-New Hi-Velocity Heads. • See how fast - dote - and easy shoving be! Se hick «20" only $24.50 i f 1*1017 expert will b* her* juit 000 nor* day - to danonitrat* th* Schiok "20 M Try Schiek's *xcluiiv* Step* Start Button -th* mjihtitit motor of it* stf e-the ikiB*lo4»> •having Hi 'Velocity Special TVede«Ui Allowance too -IS for w»y tbav*r, aay make- toward tat porehiae of • MV »rf l«Utk "10" . . IU.IO UM Tr«*Vto ... I a.oo PAY ONLY.. $19.50 ... I 140 ONlt..$1740 Complete line of Ma* *um> fill> if OPK> A CHARGE ACCOUNT RegUtereo 4 leweler — American Gem Society GOULDING'S ^eP 2AA W. fHtftfi «- ALf Ail ' i «^ W W. THtW - AiTON Barberahopper* Elect The Alton Chapter of Bkrber- shoppers met Wednesday eveing at the Northside Playground Shel- terhouse. Dewaln Nevins was elected president; Hubert Ayers, vice president; Art Fowler, recording secretary; and Leo Jun, treasurer. Members of the group decided on two objectives for their future program. The group will work for increased membership and plan to make more public appearances. The regular biweekly meetings are open to anyone interested in sing- Ing or just listening. The next meeting for the group will be at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, April 2d,< at the Northside Playground Shel- terhouse. Fellowship Rally Sunday A large delegation of young peo-1 pie, members of the Senior and Junior-Hi Westminster Fellowship groups of-Elm Street Presbyterian Church, plan to attend the Fellowship Rally for Alton Presby- tecy to begin at 2:30 p. m. Sunday : at the First Presbyterian Church in Alton. The rally registraion fee | has been listed at 50 cent. Supper ! will be served at 6 p. m. by the host church. The Rev. Dr. E. J. j Vance will have the Communion service at 7:30 in the evening. Cars taking the North Alton representatives are to leave the Elm Street church at 2:15 p. m. Sunday. : Visit Police Department Senior Girl Scout Troop ,49 of Marquette High School met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Don Calihan at 917 Logan St. The girls then went to Alton City Hall to tour the police department. Police Lt. S. R. "Cotton" Roberts directed the tour and Police Sgt. Lamoine Angel, showed the girls the \ target range. The girls then walked , to the Alton YWCA and completed ! the meeting in the lobby of the; "Y". Troop Officers Elected Martha Laughlin was elected president of Girl Scout Troop 141 at the regular meeting Wednesday at the school, other officers named were Judith Kilgo, vice president; Betty Davey, secretary; and Ann Miller, treasurer. The 21 members of the troop have formed two patrols with Helen Milford and Lucy Ohley, patrol leaders. The girls have completed a project making sprinkling cans from used soda cans. Next Wednesday the troop plans to visit the Russell-Miller plant. Three girls, Barbara Seimer, Nancy Kerwin, and Marilyn Stobbs, sold over 50 boxes of cookies in the recent Girl Scout cookie sales program and they will be rewarded with a day trip, Saturday May 2, to Camp Coon Hollow. The troop leaders (or this new troop are Mrs. Fred Siemer and Mrs. Russell Kilgo. Junior UirU I'nlt to Meet VFW Post 1308, Junior Girls Unit will meet at 9:30 a. m. Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Center on W. Pelmar Ave. The girls are to pack good clean used clothing to be sent to Korea for rehabilitation work. FREE OUtONSTUTION 14 W. lf*«4w»y. 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