Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1953 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 27, 1953
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MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1953 Bethalto Erect MM, Eva Prehn to Head This Year BETMALTO — Mm, Evi Prehn wgs elected president ot the Wo» man'i Ctab Friday evening at the annual Business and dinner meet* tog *t the town hall. Yearly re- perte from several (Committees -were read and Mrs. Catherine Mo- Adams, who is moving to Buffalo, N, Y.» was honored with a hand- kerthief shower. After the, petluck dinner which wai served at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. McAdams presented a gavel to the retiring president, Mrs. Mae Schoe- neweii, who will in turn present it to the new president, at installation ceremonies May 8. Plans have been made to have the installation ceremonies at 'the Stratford Hotel in Alton. , Mrs, Schoenewies, in her farewell address, presented the club with a punch-bowl set and expressed her thanks to her officers, committees and members for making her year in office a success. She pledged her cooperation and urged all members to work for and with the new president and requested that "we all strive for the good of our entire community". Other officers elected were: Mrs. Eileen Kasten, vice president, 4'W-ay Wonder Sew only one dress, daughter has FOUR different outfits to wear! Start off with the jiffy kin- dress—then button on the bolero, scalloped capelet or dress-up collar for Monday-to-Sunday variety. Use remnants, save fabric, money, time. Send now! Sew this now! Pattern 4666: Children's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 sundress 1% yards 35-inch; bolero % yard. 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 it you wish first-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York It, X. Y. Print plain: ly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. ALTON EVENING T1L80RAPH THE HANDS THAT GUARD YOUR HEALTH ARE PMFICTION li THI MULE In th» eompouiutiBg of tioiu. MtfMitioR M tlw «wy •toadwa. Her* w* iuw*pt aetk> UK !»«• lor weiry tlagl* (»»• you wad iM. Cali oa for You" — WAROEIN V- §f 4f ti ST. fCCfjfdtflg W8» I/WWt BOfltfl, COf* icewtsty; Mtt. Lcora RIcKt, tretsuret; and Mrs. Zetlt finwte, Mn. Violet Adams tnrf Ww, Jodjr firge. Tne iwwljr»acqtrtret! gavel beam the inseriptoih 'aeftialto Woman'i IfMS'. McCaoley, member at TOTlHl BETHALTO - Don Harris, youth diretttfr of the First Baptist Church of Cottage Hlllf, left Friday with «l* members of his church to attended the Baptist Youth Congress at Mat toon, HI. Those who accompanied him on the trip were {Catherine and James Wright, Barbara Miles, Iris Orable and Jimmy Hawkins of Cottage Hills, and Darrell Battles of Bethalto. . Bowling Hewn BETHALTO.— In the Friday Men's League AO Grocery won two from Kennedy Hardware, Bill's Market won two from Carter Bros, Tractor, the 406 Club won two from Schwalb's Hardwarde and Schwegel Distributing and Bethalto Bowi* ing spent their three-game series. Carter Bros, again swept the team honors with a 2,601 aeries and a 902 single. Mel Morris had high individual series, a 591, and Chris Schmidt had the high game of 243. Cuckoos Bring Arrests SYDNEY R — Customs men at Sydney's Circular Quay heard "Cuckoo, Cuckoo" as two men passed. Very strange for Sydney in autumn, they thought. They looked closer, found the cuckoos were in clocks which the men had under their coats. The Customs Department now has two cuckoo clocks in custody. 99 HbRVHA SHOOT MECORA.-Rev, and Mn. 0, W, Compton, Mn. WBlHt Btrwi, Mrs. Aftitf CWsm, Mr. and Mn. ft E, Warner and Misi Stella Warner attended a regional wCTU ifieei» ing m Jerseyville Friday. Mr. and Mn. Warner and Miss Siena Warner visited after the meeting with Mrs. Helen Marshall and son. Mrs. Ruby Tedrow of Kemper, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parker of East Alton were visitors Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mn. William Morgan. A special meeting of the village board was held Friday night to canvass the votes of Tuesday's election. Miss Darlene Wood and Colyer Wood of Milwaukee, Wls., and Miss Lillian Wood of Decatur were PAYIENT TROUBLES? err OUT OP DEBT .., WE PAY THE BILLS! ONE PLAC5 TO PAY, NOT A LOAN CO. Call or See The Budget Plan OF ALTON 201 West 3rd, 2nd floor Alton 2-0711 guilt or tw Mfi, Nency Wood« Mrs. Sdna^CHU of Jwlnenvine visited Tr'wrsilay ind Friday with Mrs. Bit French, • Mrs, G, N. Bartow Vtsftet! in Brighten fhtrfstfay with her d&ugn* ter, Mrs. Wendell Towse, Mrs, ORvw Mortn end Mrs, Barbara Sommers endjteagMef, Charlene, were in Alton Thursday, Mr. end Mn, Merman Maple find grandson, Steve Kfffer, of Peorlai VWSM weekeend guests of Mr. and Mrr H, L Maple, Mn. Elsie MeCrellls visited Thursday at the home of hw son Gene McCreflls In Alton, and her grandson, Gene Jr., aoooRipjtnied her home iw the Mrs, W» 0. OifwtJrthi Mn. George Wilton, Mrs. W. R. Cftnt anti WrSi *TI w, Robinson spent Friday in 9tt Louts. tefcw Vn«e Camp of the UNA win meet Thursday at the Dome of Mm Vtelft-Peek. Rev. & W, Contpwn, Arttraf Gwinim and Qeorge Barnes at* tended the aswciatfonal brother* ^^ ^^^^j^^^^^^^^^jj^te^^^^^^^ '^K^Sk'^k ^k^ttris^ifc ^^^^^^^^fa^j&^^j*,^^ on our ids for listings ware fairly goad ind we have tirtde three sales since. We ire still in need of listings is our list of purchasers is growing tor ill types of homes anywhere in this area. We stress service, All we ask is your confidence and we will sell your home. We have experienced salesmen, appraisers, tdvertisers. REMEMBER THIS YOU ARE IN HOOD HANDS WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS WITH THE CLEM NOLL AGENCY A Realtor Office Phone 3 6621 Evenings 2 8454 MR. DICKMANN Now itwcttflj Friday nfjtnt it uw* ton Chapel. Mrs. Ports Pram left < Tton«Jay to spend a weefc with hw husband, Prom Jr., at Camp It is believed that the balloon was invented in France In 17W. ttghts ire t» M mm lit son if half down forms, tht fnoit common one being tfie archt Sflf* enlists have connected the polar aarora with son spot activity awl Beautiful displays may be wpteter when the tun spot cycle it at its maximum. TO HOLDERS OF mm mm mm BOOS Of itrttt 'T' mtf "0" Wtturfng At 19S3 EXCHANGE PRIVILEGE Holderi of SeriM P and Series G boitds maturing from May 1 thrmnh December 1953, are offered the privilege, during the pertod f9^f May 1, of exchanging them jptr for par with interest adjustments w May 1, for 3| § percent fully marketable long term treasury bonds (to registered or bearer forms) to be dated May 1, 10^3, and to mature June 18, 1983. • Plenne Contult t/t lor further Opinlfg and \**l*tance First National Bank- A TOUST COMPANY in Alton Capital and Surplus $1,500,000 THIRD AND BfiLLG STREETS- • ALTON, fiLUNOIS. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION , ESDAY MONDAY 5to 9 -I <-m Gifts for the Graduate Prep Misty-Tone Suits Sizes 8 to 18 I Many New Patterns Rich New Colors 18 95 Sizes 35 to 38 2250 Rayon Gabardine suits in single breasted styles, crease - resistant finish, full rayon linings. In check or misty-tone patterns. Sears Own Honeylanes Plain, prints or plaid 5 to 9 Tonight 5 to 9 Tonight Cotton Work Socks Reg: 39c 3 pairs for Stock up now! Sturdy, long wearing cotton wltb reinforced heeli and toei. Slack length. Waihfait. Gray, Random white. 1U-1S. Regular 39c Ib. COOKIES Your Choice o/ Vanilla floral Creams Cocoa iloral Cremes Banana iloral Cremes Cocoa Nut Bars Lassie Bread Cookies 5 to 9 Tonight Girls' Shorts 88c Reg:. 1.09 Hard - playing, hard-wearing dad) to lee her through the Hummer vacation. She'll want to live In ihorli. 5 to 9 Tonight 5 to 9 Tonight 5 to 9 Tonight Plastic Curtains For Window or Shower Foam Rubber 18x18 in. size 1.99 Now only Harmony Home "Swan" ihower and window curtain let constructed wltb no team* of heavy 4-(aufe plastic. Reg:. 1.19 Soft pliable rubber. Can be cut fined together (or deilrtd il«e. 18x80 In I.HH Rayon Check Suiting Reg. 89o OOCyd. Pin-point Pelllcheck ... looki like a fine woolen fabric! Cr«»«r-rf»M»nt flnlih. 45-ln, wide, for lulti, dremei, uporUwear. Hand wa*hal>le. SHOP TONIGHT AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P. M. Finely Tailored! Snug Fittingl 3 New Designs! STUDIO SLIP COVERS 98 you would expect (o pay 14.95 /or this quality 12 3-cushion studio or dqveno covers in brush edge design. Well tailored with cord welting, box pleats and nylon sewn seams. Completely washable in Harmony House Colors. See the new patterns. Other Styles ...... 14.98 to 18.98 SUMMER COTTONS Priced at Just i J Men's Sport Caps Of Fine Quality Cotton Twill 63e Nylon Crepe Shirts No Ironing! Always Neat Pilgrim , 4utt the ticket far «oUm«, pknlc* and »porl>! Genuine Irilbtr •««»!band flvti yail .*pen»lv. bat tern- fork- S Solid Colon tt dry, thalt> It, it', ready la »f»r! Handy uatlubl* f'rtpe Uke. c*re «| IU.I1. ConvcrUtal. collar. • 4V«. 54-in, Mattntt Oovirs Unbleached Muslin 2.99 Reg-. 3.15 FroUi-U mattrikt from dutt, dtrt! Hindy button rlo»lng. durable tet-ln ildt wall*, taped fdcei M»». tbrlok- »(e I'.i. The«» art ttrriiic VO!UN ,,, brand new 1953 Honeylan* •undrtasM ,, • to w»ai with or without biitl boUros . •. wid»-gkwte<J, pertly uimm«d toyvilie Poplin Capf .................. 480 BoyviUe Jr. IWrti l»38 i A WatincUon That CreatM luxurious Glamowrl Reinforced Sheets j forti/ied at poiats o/ strain K»la r«o«U.«| »1*T vol*r| vi*«jr tao*d uaui U> elf hi p«o »Ub el Quly 4 »Mfl Terry UtiiHy Housewives' Handy Convenience Priced »t ......... 4. Iw 51 lo iasuf0 wear. Ivli of d»»b »ud t«ll«U HUM la |*)r Lo«o f«overtlbU i»l- t« 1W WbU* »Ub coiored b cklfk* «f flatted D4ttct«t tor uc»t. ti«aaud- it* Fei y«u tvlu> V9 lM«uty, qoilJty mi it eytri uvu>{$ 4tt*i»| tlus $«!• •tuUia lUHO ui., (wavy •I 2 Stiff 4 SUf «*HiftM ALTON 808 84811

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