Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 22
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April 24, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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.' V fil^flW^MWO , , ^s * J ssi. j v, * £>& «* •?•,"»;»£.?*!?>!>,' ALTON KVEN1NO TKMtORAPM 'SHOOTING OF DAN McCREW" is one mortem narrative _ which has been engaged for the Alien Community Concert Av.oci obtained through next week. Rolls clo r ,c on May 2, Campaign he dinro on \\\t* repertoire of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet of Canada, .ition's Vf.-'$- r A season. Memberships in the Av.ociation can be ,id quoins 15 at the Could MUMC Co. r,torc, 551 E. Broadway. LT. WILLIAM A. GREEN (left) receive-, the first Oak Leaf -Cluster to the Bronze Star Medal from Maj. Cen. Wayne C. Smith, 7tto Infantry Division commander, during ceremonies in Korea. Lt. Green, whose wife, Anne, lives at 4'j Fairmount Addition, was ciled for service as a planning officer in the 7lh. His parents, Capt and -Mrs. W. H. Creen. live at 7009 Seminary A^e., Alton. Capt. Green is on the staff at Western Military Academy. — U. S. Anny pholo. Methodist WSCS Meet at Shipman SIHPMAN — The Woman's So-! ciely of Christian service met ' Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Sehoeneman, who was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Kllen Lynch and Mrs. J. O. Archer. Mrs. Lyle Duncan led devotions and Mrs. H. 0. Still, program leader was assisted by Mrs. Roy Archer, Mrs. H. IT. Sehrier, Mrs. Marshall Halliday and Mrs. H. R. French. The chapter In the study book "Understanding Ihe Bible" was presented by Mrs. Austin .-Tnynes. Mrs. Ellen Lynch presided at Ihe business meeting and Mrs. Lyle Duncan, Mrs. Carl Williams and Mrs. L. Sehoeneman were named nn Ihe nominating committee to select, a new slate of officers. Others present were: Mrs. Kenneth Archer, Mrs. Esther Allen, Mrs. Myrtle Lynch, Mrs. Roy Lockyer, Mrs. J. II. Burden, Mrs. T. H. Taylor and Mrs. Howard Newby. Refreshments were served. Hostesses in May will he Mrs. Roy Lockyer, Mrs. E. C. Christopher and Mrs. H. 0. Still, at the Lockyer home. Shtptntfi Church Sertiew Announcer! for Sttndny SHIPMAN — Rflv. tpnrtpm of fhe Narhusa Lutheran Home for Children at Nachtwa, will speak at 10:30 a; m. Sunday at the Lutheran Church following Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Rpv. J. H. Burden, Methodist pastor, announces services as follows: nf Shipman, Sunday school will he at 30 a. m. and worship service at 11. At Plalnview Sunday school will he at 9:30 A. m. and evening s'ervine at 7:30. The Rev. F. 3. O'Hara will cele- brute mass at 9:30 a. m. at St. twrtu dtrwlto Ctorreli. ftev. Edward Eafcrt of the Mt. Zlrtn Baptist Cnweh at Plusa announces Sunday itnt»l will be at 9:45 a. m., worsnp iervlet* at 10:45 a. m, and 8 p. m. and BTU at 7:15 p. m. Rev. 3. J. Selber of the Plasa Methodist Church will speak at 11 a. m. following Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. Jfeiwi ?fotw SHIPMAN ~ Charles Skaggs was elected president of the Methodist men Tuesday evening. Arnold Bohlmeyer was elected vice president and Robert Archer, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Milton Stone Is p medical pattern at St. Francis Hotpittl in LOSES 72 POUNDS DIDN'T DIET NEVER HUNGRY MARRISBURO. ILL. "When t Started taking Rcnnel Concentrate I. weighed 240 lb«. And now lust ft months later I weigh 188 lbs.~a loss of 72 IDs. While taking Rrnnel I followed no strict diet and was never hungry. Not only did Rennel take the weight off but it brought my blood pressure back to normal •nd eliminated the necessity for harsh laxatives which 1 had come to depend on. I will continue with Rennel until I return to my normal weight. 1 can think of nothing so miserable a.i being fat and starving to reduce V Ju« f - too much. Thi Rennel home recipe is the real an* swer to safe eaay reducing." So writes Mrs. Mary Boatright of 724 W. Pop* lar St. Your druggist haa liquid RENNEL. Ask for free booklet. RENNEL has been proven and recommended by thousands of your Illinois neighbors. Satisfaction guaranteed with the first bottle or send to manufacturer for refund. You'll not be hungry reducing with RENNEL. Coats only $1.40. Compared with a clock that runs uniformly, the sundial is slow from Dec. 25 to April 15 and from June .14 In Sept. 1, and is fast the rest of the year. Rear! Telegraph Want Ads. Prairie Home Bureau Unit Entertained PRAIR1ETOWN — The Prairie Unit Home Bureau held its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Prairietown school wilh Mrs. Edward Meyer as hostess. The major lesson was given by Mrs. Paul Hertel and the minor lesson by Mrs. Carl Meyer. The friendship box was received by Mrs. Ewald Goebel. The health lesson and 4-H reports were given by Mrs. Marry Gunkel and Mrs. Edgar Klein. News Notes PRAIRIETOWN — Mr. and Mrg. Oscar Neunaber and daughter visited with Mrs. Neunaber's mother., Mrs. Mary Zirges and family, Wednesday evening. Joe Atilich was a Bunker Hill visitor Wednesday morning. William Westhoff was a Staunton visitor Thursday morning. Read TclcRraph Want Ad«. 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Schoeneman, Mrs. Truman Ponkj irrgton, Mrs. Fred Salsman, Mrs. Ctrl Williams and Mrs. H. R.. French attended the district meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at Main St. Meth- Church in .Alien Tuwtfiy. Mr. ftwJ M». WlBfiffl Atowd, Rev. «I. H. SwtJtTi, Mf, iflQ Mflt A. 0. SChoefwffistt iftt! Wt H« Srhorftpman attended t mfttlnf §t the Emarmel Methodist Church Hi Wednesday. New Zealand induitriei \iffll homes are being supplied with flit* ural gas for the first time, Auek* land reports'. FUMI-RISISTANT Pittsburgh SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT SUNPROOF kOUSE JPA |N ! OUTSIOt i r Extra Protection in Each Brmhful Western Shoe Stores Pittsburgh's famous know, how with paints has produced outstanding new fame-resistant, SUN-PROOF House Paint. Throughout heavy industrial centers, the bituminous coal sections, the sunlit plains and the salt air areas, SUN-PROOF House Paint has withstood every known climate condition for a longer period of time than any other house paint! 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