Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVB , ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 Medora Baptist Men in Meeting ME1DORA—The Mon's Brotherhood of Iho OnpUst Church mot Monday evening nt Ihc rhnrrh. After a devotional norvlre Hie group held their business meellnR, with the new president, Arthur Gwilllm, presldlnR. The president nppolntrd the following committees to serve for the next quarter; refrcfihmenl, Irl Rhonda, Henry Clmver nnd Flohert Oollke; entertnlnmenl, John Chlsm, Kfhvnrd UII worth nnd George Barnes. The Hrotherhood voted to rlenn UD the promises nhotil the pnrson- Bge nnd to rc-shlnglo the church. An eiortrlc stove has boon do- nnlert to the Brotherhood for the church hy Joseph Strunk of Medora. Following the mooting the men met In the basement for a social hour and refreshments. Present: at the meeting were: Robert Gollke, H. L. Glower, John Chlsm, Waller Merrer, Arthur Gwlllim, Kltlon Kahl, Charles Slrunk, M. K. Klxer, Kdwnrd fill- worth, Hoy Pniilt, Hobby Chism and John Long. Boy Scout Meet Held at Medora MEDORA, March 10.—Dale Stohl of the Plnsa Bird Council of Alton, was here Monday night at. the second of a series of mcellnKs prior to the orgtml/allon of a Boy Scout: nub park. The meeting was held in Iho basement, of the Methods!!, church, with committees from the Legion and Auxiliary, hoys who are interested in a cub pack, and their present were present. Stohl talked on the Cub Scouts nnd showed films. The next in the series of meetings will be held Monday night, March 2-1, at 7:30, Attend BYF Uftlly MEDORA.—A group of young people and their sponsor, Horschel Fritz, of Bethel Bapllst Church, attended n BYF rally of the West Central Association Monday evening nt Lltterbcrry, 111. Those attending were Carol Loo Day, Bil- lle Lou Hlldred, Jmo Jenn Gross, Mary Jo and Ethel Marie Brooks, Ruth Ryan, Theo Day, Myrtle Leo Johnson, Cecil Cross, Sylvia Carroll, Ralph Brooks, nnd J. R. Loy. John Moore of the Fidelity Bap- list Church, was elected president of the assoclaltonal group. Attend County Mooting MEDORA.—Mrs. T. T. .Eddlemnn of the Kemper unit of Iho Home Bureau nnd Mrs. George Barnes nnd Mrs. Charles Slrunk of the Fidelity unit, attended a county meeting at Jerseyvllle Monday. Birthday Supper MEDORA.—Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rhoads entertained with a birthday supper Friday, honoring their son, Byron Rhoads of Carrollton. Present were Mr .nnd Mrs. Rhoads and farfllly of Carrollton, Mrs. Bertha Rhoads, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tucker. North Alton Nursery Mothers Supper Nursery Mothers club of Kim Street Presbyterian Church met Tuesday evening • for n covered dish family supper nt the church, Following the supper the women had a short business session. They decided to clean the Nursery Room on April 9. The mothers are to moot in the morning and brini- their own douning c<iui|tmant. The appointments for Sunday service in the Nursery were made. The next meeting will be nl 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15. at the homo of Mrs. William Rain at 222 West Delmar Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Georgevils and Mrs. Richard Eccles, Missionary Union Meets The Womens Missionary Union of North Alton Baptist iuiruh met Tuesday nt the church. Mrs. Henry Mill led t'he devotional period to open the meeting. The mission program theme was Cuba tint' was led by Mrs. Everett Myers. Others participating were Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. Everett Laugh, Mrs. Clarence Owens, Mrs. Sinis Morris, and Mrs. Scth Ruro'son. The group completed r'ans for a study course on a guidebook about Latin America. The guidebook Is entitled, "Pilgrimage to Latin America." The study is to begin at 0::!0 a.m. Tbui day. March 27., at the church, and will bo an all-day meeting. The next regular meeting will lie Tuesday, April 15 at 1 p.m. at the church. Cub Scout Meeting Den .') of Cub Scout Pack 7 of Elm Str"ct Presbyterian Church met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Herman Russo, at 2TJ5 Henderson street. The boys discussed a plant project and made more plans for their costumes for the next pack meeting. Cookie Sale lieport Mrs. Howard Truitt, chairman of the Girl Scout cookie sales for the North Alton neighborlu r I board area, announced Tuesday that 392-4 boxes of cookies hall been sold by member.s of the Uirl Scout and Brownie Troops in Hie North Alton area. The North Alton Board area includes, Old Caih- edral, Irving, West Junior High, Rufus Easton, McKinley-Dclmar, Godfrey and Clifton Hill Schools. Says Truman Blocked Loan TEHRAN, Iran, March 19, JV — Premier Mohammed Mcv sadegh yesterday accused President Truman Of blocking U.S. loans to Iran because the Iranians would not agree to British terms for settlement of the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute, lyon resources are being developed (0 replace the dwindling re- servff Of Oie Lake Superior region. V ttiftr fit < i* 1 '-IP****** jigip^ l 'W^*' *-- tft/'r ^^^^ '/ /' L. i, YOU WOULD ACCEPT A COOL For your old refrigerator, wouldn't you? * t SllN 0 HOUS f Mitt ITOIAI I t » * * <N V 8-cu, ft. Family Size 21 Pounds Frozen Storage Extra InrKfl meiil ftlonign Iniy. Handy shelve* In door—THIS IS A SPECIAL BARGAIN ANN THE MMIT.KD QUANTITY WON'T LAST LONG — IMiiee your order todit.v! Ask about our convenient termi Istinghouse Model Sd-8 (As Shown) WAS $ 239 95 // WE'LL CUE $j|noo YOUEXACTIY FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR REGARDLESS OF ITS CONDITION! Now, This Model <*. Will Cost You 4> Only ....... WE NEED USED REFRIGERATORS Our used furniture and appliance department is in need of 50 refrigerators and ranges for the coming season. We want them NOW so our service men can recondition the units \ for spring sales to owners of summer cottages and homes! ALLOWANCES FAMOUS MODEL DG-7 ..... Regularly Priced at Full width freezer stores 30 pounds of Frozen Food, 10-pound covered 5Icnt Keeper. Largo Ilumidrawcr, shelves in door, butter keeper. TRADE - IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Regardless of Its Condition! OCQQC A99.9^ 40.00 219.95 ANGES! We're making the same drastic trade-in allowances on your old oil, gas or electric range- regardless of its condition! MODEL SC-84 . . . Full width freezer stores up to 50 pounds of Frozen Food, 11!-pound Meat Keeper, large Humidrawer, shelves in door. . Regularly Priced at TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Regardless of Its Condition! 289.95 55.00 234.95 MODEL DC-84 . . . Full width freezer stores up to 59 pounds of Frozen Food, IB-pound Meat Keeper, lar^e Humidrawer, shelves in door. Automatic door eloser. . Regularly Priced at TRADE - IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Regardless of Its Condition! 319.95 40.00 279.95 MODEL FG-8 "Frost Free" . Regularly Priced at COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC Full width Freezer stores up to 59 pounds of Frozen Food, l(i - pound Meat Keeper, large Humidniwer, shelves in door. TRADE- IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Regardless of Its Condition! 359.95 75.00 284.95 MODEL DFG-84 "Frost Free" Regularly Priced at 389.95 70.00 319.95 Keeper, Stcrilamp, Automatic Door Closer, KKK Keeper. B Regardless or Its Condition! Model 14 "Magic Chef" . was $169.50 LESS TRADE IN . . 30.00 SMALL DOWN PAYMENT'. NOW ONLY 139.50 Model 26 "Magic Chef" , was 181.50 LESS TRADE IN . . 31.55 NOW ONLY 149.95 Model Nil Norge Gas Range was 204,95 LESS TRADE IN . . 50.00 NOW ONLY 154.95 "ORBON" Gas Range ,,,,., 139.95 LESS TRADE IN . . 40,00 MO Model 3750G "Eagle 11 Range , . 175.00 LESS TRADE IN * . 50.00 SOME QUANTITIES V ' NOW ONLY 125,00 Model I9L Magic Chef was $267.75 LESS TRADE IN . 68.00 NOW ONLY 199.75 Model N3 Norge Gas Range 129.95 LESS TRADE IN . 30.00 NOW ONLY 99.95 Model 15 Norge Gas Range 224.95 LESS TRADE IN . 60.00 NOW ONLY 164,95 Model 3750-F Eagle Range 159.95 LESS TRADE IN . 45.00 NOW ONLY SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 15 MONTHS TO PAY IEL DFG-10 "Frost Free" Regularly Priced at Trie best and most beautiful in \VostiiiKliousf history , , . every convenience, FROST FREE, completely automatic, full width freezer, 2 llumidnnvers, automatic door closer, Sterilump. TRADE- IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Regardless of Its Condition! 429.95 75.00 354.95 TRADE-IN YOUR OLD ELECTRIC RANGE ON A NEW WESTINGHOUSE! * We're giving the same unheard of TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES on your Old Electric Range! ALL NEW ITEMS! No Demonstrators! FREE DELIVERY! Some Quantiliit Limited! 500 E. BROADWAY (OPPOSITE BRIDGE) PHONE 3-501S

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