Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1953 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 27, 1953
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PAGE KTOHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Cheaterfield Home • '• Btireati Plans Meet - CHESTERFIELD.—Mrs. John » Kftltnl will be hostess to members ;'0f the Chesterfield Home Bureau i Unit Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. • Kallal will present the major les- 1'Son and Mrs. Robert Fensterman rjthe minor lesson. Joins OK9 Chanter ; CHESTERFlELD.-Mrs, Evelyn i Bramley Hewitt and Miss Ann "•Miller were Initiated Friday eve- •ning Into the Agnes Wlkefleld OES chapter. Guests were present from Cnrllnvllle, Palmyra and Medora. Miss Bertha Fleker, instructor of Carllnvllle, was a special guest. Mrs. Frances Wiles, assisted by Mrs. Howard Snldle and Mrs. Viola Arnett were in charge of the refreshments and •Mrs. Everett Adams, Mrs. Anita Miller and Mrs. Maryln Lee were on the decorating committee. 810 21-INCH MAQHAVOX TV Mahogany Console The Holiday 21 With ALL CHANNEL UHF BUILMN STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS MO B. BROADWAY Chesterfield Nfitci Jfotes CHESTERFIELD.-Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lee of Mltrhell were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Lee. Mrs. Clarence Huyenr and daughters, Betty and Brenda, of Carlln- vllle, accompanied by Mrs. Samuel E. Burns and daughter, Sandra, and Mrs. Wilbur Dams, at« tended the miscellaneous shower for Miss Dorothy Doughty at Har* rnony Community Center near Shlpman Friday evening. Miss Doris Powers of Springfield spent the weekend here with | her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Powers and family. Brighton Civir League To Install Officers BRIGHTON — Members of the Civic League will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. t>ST In the Presbyterian Parish It o u s e. On the program will be a demonstration of cake decorating by Mrs. Herman Schneider and installation of officers. Mrs. Rudolph Greene is chairman of the entertaining group. Transfer Designs in ' Compulsory Worship The Articles of War adopted by the Continental Congress at the start of the Revolutionary War demanded compulsory attendance of all military personnel at divine services. Telegraph Want Ads Click. OBASS SEED KEYSTONE Pound 90C f«r • kttftilil, »»<*•» • I***...$t*rt right witk KEYSTONE City Liwi Mixtiif e W* oUo hov* fontvcky Blu« Grass and oHi«r K«ytton« Grass S*«ds JOE BRANDT HARDWARE 712 K. BROADWAY ALTON I'HONP; 3-5213 MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1953 JUST IRON ON — in pretty pink and sky-blue, these old-fashioned girls decorate sheets, pillowslips and daughter's cotton skirts! No embroidery, add ready-made eyelet rufflinR! Washable! Quirk! Easy! Pattern 824 has four motifs, each 4^x10 inches. Use on all your linens. Send 25 cent* In coliut for this pattern—add five cent* for each pattern for flrst-cla** mailing. Send to the Alton Telegraph, (l«, Needtor.raft Drpt., I*. O. Box 1(11, Old C'helHca Station, Now York II, N. Y. 1'rlnt plainly PATTERN NIJMBKR, your NAME, and ADDRESS. EXCITING VALUE! Ten. yes TEN popular, new designs to crochet, sew, embroider, knit—printed in the new 1953 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for — ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashions ! Send 20 cents for your copy! "Limelight" Sets Record TOKYO JP - Charles Chaplin's Limelight" set a new Japanese motion picture attendance record during its first three weeks showing at a Tokyo theater. The newspaper Asahi reported in mid March the Chaplin production drew 105,000 Iheater-goers, topping the 100,000 drawn in a similar period by "Gone With the Wind". Economical FLAMELE55 Electric WATER HEATING All the hot water you want when you want it... automatically;..for only a few pennies a day When you have growing kids and their clothes to keep clean, you need hot water - a lot of it right now! And, if yours ia like the average family, you'll have plenty of hot water at a coat of about 80d per person a month with &/tameless Electric Water Heater ... thanks to the special rates for Union Electric water beater customersl 4 MORE REASONS WHY OVER 31,000 UNION ELECTRIC CUSTOMERS HAVE SWUNG TO FLAMELSSS WATER HEATING MODIIN: No Harae. No flu*. No pilot light to flicker out. You can install it anywhere —in kitchen, bath, closet, or basement. CONVfMfNTi Hot water at the turn of s faucet. No chasing down steps, to turn the water beater on. No worries about turning it off. No waiting. No acalding. DIPINDAtili You get all the hot water you need . . . automatically for ahowera, baths, general cleaning ... 24 hours s day, year after year. CalMlff: Install it—and forget it. You gel years and years of trouble-free wrvice with a flaumltm Electric Water Heater. °* ttY T*i 'UUtfUtt JJiCTilC WATII HfATfl IS SIPAIATHY YOM KIWOW IXACTtY WHAT YOU PAY fVflY MONTH UWOHttfCflK 12 Churches Reprenented Lovejoy Women's Guild Holds Annual Meeting at Brighton BlttOHTON - Thf annual sprlnj?, River were named to fill the of- meeting of fhe lx)vpjoy Regional I Women's Guild of the Evangelical itnd Reformed Church was held (here Friday at the St. John K & R iChurch, with a registration of 106. Thirty-eight of this number were delegates and presidents of Guilds. The twelve churches comprising the Lovejoy Regional are: Tower Hill, Moro, Jwseyvllle, Staunlon, Carllnvllle, Fieldon, Wood River, Arthur, Ohlman, Alton, Pana and Brighton. Mrs. Alvin Schroeder and Mrs. Carl Scheffel were in charge of registration. Theme of the meeting was "Christ Calls to Mission and Unity —What Must the Churches Do." Following the opening worship service of song and prayer by Mrs. M. P. Schroecfel of Staunton, a welcome to the group was extended by Mrs. 0. C. Isenberg, president of the local Guild. An all-girl chorus of 26 high school students presented a special number. They were accompanied by Mrs. Roland Ingham at the organ and Nancy Swan pianist. Mrs. C. W. Spencer was elected delegate to the Women's Guild Conference to be held at Elmhurst July 21-24. This is the first time a member of the local Guild has been sent ns delegate to this meeting. Mrs. Minnie Albrecht of Wood River was elected delegate to the quadrennial meeting of Women's Guild to be held Nov. 16-19 at Cleveland. O. Mrs. Marvin Isringhausen of Fieldon was named alternate. A vice president and treasurer were elected to the meeting and Mrs. Edward Brautigam of Alton and Mrs. Minnie Albrecht of Wood flees. These officers were Installed by the Rev. R, Zimmermann of Moro. Annual reports of officers and departmental chairmen were read. Mrs. Christ Miller, vice president, read the annual report of the president In the absence of Mrs. Zoelzer of Moro. Reports of the various departments were presented as a Jury trial, with the chairmen having received a summons to service. An offering was missionary home taken for the at Belleville, which has been completed and will be dedicated on June 7; also, an offering for World Service work. Mrs. Esther Jones, Mrs. Mary Orban, Mrs. Mabel Scheffel and Mrs. Alma Schneider acted as ushers. At the afternoon session, the group heard an address by Mrs. Robert McNil! of Centralii, sync- dlcal president, who spoke on the topic "We Should Be Witnesses For Christ." At noon the group had a sack lunch in the social room of the church and coffee was served by the local Guild. The meeting was closed with benediction by the Rev. A.L. Schle- ler, local pastor. Oronnd Carps on Watch BRIGHTON - Harold Knapp, post supervisor of, the local Ground Observer Corps, received a call Friday noon from the Filter Center at Springfield to the Affect a practice alert was scheduled from 1 to 8 p. m. Friday. The local Corps not having a full membership was unable to report on duty until 4 p. m. Between the hours of 4 to 8 p. m. 10 planr, were reported by the observers. Those who were on watch were Mr. and Mrs. Knapp Mrs. Rose Nurnberger, Mrs. S.' J. Cardinal and Mrs. H. C. Chase. This is a volunteer service in Civil Defense work and more help is needed in the local group. Anyone in the community who will assist, should call or see Mr, Knapp. Mother-OBntBter Banquet BRIGHTON — The annual mother and daughter banquet, sponsored by the Women's Guild of fhe St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church, win be held May 13. Miss Pauline Becker of the Dea- conness Hospital St. Louis, is to be the guest speaker, Attend Polio Meeting BRIGHTON. - Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Moehle attended the annual meeting Thursday evening at Carlinville of the Macoupin County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Moehle was re-elected to the board of directors. The number of directors was increased to include a representative from every town in the county. Moehle made final report on the March of Dimes drive. Donations received since March 14 (might the total to $tt4.81 which w«« ifl increase of $108.61 over the 1952 record. In many countries of the world, the number of women Is increasing more rapidly than the number of men. Callous ^W HTT^^n Wt r^Vl For ttw'fMtctt «H«f Itatr ln«M«, uiy Super-Seft Dr. Scholl'l Zlno-padi. Th«T •l*o remove caliouMM om or the quiekait wnyi known to [ medical §c!en«. At 0' jcnolh /J no p ( ) ns IT'S TIME TO STORE I YOUR FURS! A FEW DOLLARS WILL PROTECT FURS FROM MOTHS . . . FIRE . . . DUST . . . KEEP THEM GLEAMING FOR A LONG HAPPY LIFEI IT'S LUSTERIZED When It Comes From .. 2501 STATE ST. 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Now Nature cannot use carbohydrate and fat alone for growth, but it can use protein for energy. Thai, when your child fails to get enough carbohydrate tastef*d $ '"{P* N » tur » «•*• th« Pronto for (god-energy The result: Your child's growth is stunted. Wtnfcr toad Htlps Ytur GUM •rtw liner and ttraipr • Ways A well-balanced diet calls for meat. mUk, eggs, fruit and both yellow and raa4e»fe4 vegetsblss. Aadwbobydrst* food for energy, tike Wonder Bread. * Because not «aly doss Wonder Bread supply food«i*re fcUTuW^ i|wK.w.^^ ** "* Bscsuw it shows bow any boy or girl can grow -' " 8 ways—which it what to*y wut to i sports. n«»Th chfld l n th « doorway. Make a pencil mark now. Then in 3 months and 6 month*—watch the mark •boot up) Q«t Wondtr Br«ad Today •trong e bodift?8 w * wonderful (oocl< Bec «"W *' n*'P« build And Wonder Bread has a wonderful flavor. Because it la doubly freah—freah when you buy it and fresh when you eat it. Get Wonder Bread fresh from your grocer today. And— •tart your child growing again in fust 7 days. Children low Howdy Poody and wh*n Howdy Poody tells them WONDER BREAD U ais favorite broad, chUdrra uy WONDER BREAD U their favorite, tool HOWDY DOODY f tr WONDIIUIAOI Mothm think thi» fia*-they (now fmfe, riclud WONDER BREAD kelp build childJ*«'i bodiM biggw tad «tfojfer eight diflweot w«y*l SM H«w4 Doe* M KSD-TV 4:30 f U W«4i«i4iy«!

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