Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 16
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Alton, Illinois
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PAOfe StXf BBN ALTON EVftNmO TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MARCH 21, FIRST DAY OF SPRING-—Davey Allen ready to "Shoot" bee<, on the crooft which w,r, growing with Vigor Thursday, or to frighten away any trespasser who might want to pick lhr> flower. Davey, 4, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Allen, 619 Blair avenue. -•» St,iff photo in jo'.hud Dale yard, 620 Blair. Upper Alton Cnllerl Auxiliary Meeting The Ladle* Auxiliary of the Eagles will meet at 8 p. m. lodny for n called meeting nt: the home of the president, Mrs. Mildred Me- Klrath, 918 Ensl; Fourth street, on orders from Knnsns City. Final Meeting The Inst In a Bcrles of meeting which have been hc,ld nt the Seventh Day Adventfst Church will he held Saturday at 11 n. m. Topic for the 7:30 p. m. meeting -will be "Walking With Jesim topic for the Snfibnfh morning msrvlco la "The .Lnst Night On Earth"." The meetings have heen led by tho'fildcr, Harold William. Meeting Thtirmlny • Women's Society of Christian Service of the Main Street Methodist Church wag host to members of the Grace Methodist Society Thursday afternoon. The program, which was presented by the Grace Mcthqdjst Society, was opened by devotions led by Mrs, Lawrence Bc$n, Aftwnoon speaker wns Mrs. Dlttlemnn ,whp spoke on work of Methodist deaconesses. Musical selections were presented by -Mrs. Robert Graul, vocal soloist. AC the society's April meeting, the guest society will come from Ihe East Alton Methodist Church, and will present, un afternoon pro- mm. Lecture on Denmark's The Alton Garden Club met on Thursday at the Hlllcrest Community House tor its monthly meeting, where W. K. Schwcrdt- /erger, presided. Mrs. Bloemke, entertainment committee chairman, introduced the evening speaker, Fred Clauson, who Is In charge of the gardening at the Alton Slate Hospital, Clausen, a native of Denmark, spoke on the Royal Gardens of Denmark, located in and near Copenhagen. During the business meeting, the members planned n plant $\change nt the April meeting. This gives members an opportunity to obtain seeds nnd plants which otherwise are unobtainable. Berean Bible Class The Berean Bible class will hold its regular weekly meeting tonight. The interdenominational study class meets Friday nights at the Hillerest Community Mouse. WCTD Hold* The Upper Alton WCTU met Thursday at Upper Alton Briplisl Church for Its annual spring institute. Fifty members wore present at the meeting which opened with a covered dish noon luncheon. After dinner speaker wns Ihe Rev. R. N. Neff of East St. Louis, who spoke on the topic, "The Liquor Traffic Would Destroy the Chmvh If It Could, But the Church Could Destroy the Liquor Traffic If It Would." Other luncheon guests in- eluded five members of the Wood River union and three guests from the Bunker Hill union; F,. J. Mr- Phillips, and the Rev. LnRtic Jensen, who closed the luncheon meet- Ing with prayer. The afternoon* 1 meet Ing wns called to order at 2 p. in. by (lie presi- Religious Week Postponed emphasis week on Shurllfjff College campus has been postponed from Ihe week of March 2-1 lo a future dnle. The postponement wns caused by the illness of Dr. William A. Mueller, of th-.< Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Dr. Mueller wns scheduled to be Ihe religious lender during the week of meet- Ings. Tentative date for the meetings has been set for the week of April 21. Revolver Stolen John Overstreet of 2519 Washington avenue reported to the police at 11:50 p. m. Thursday an intrusion at his residence In which a loaded revolver had been stolen. The intruder, It was noted, had tarried long enough after his ransacking to partake of some bacon and other eatables on the kitchen range, Recreation Schedule Announced at Roxana ROXANA, — Coaches from the Roxanu schools who will be in charge of recreation at the Community building have announced Ihe following schedule: from 3:30 lo 5 'p.m. each Monday, fifth and sixth grade boys; Tuesday seventh and eighth grade boys »nd Wednesday, sixth seventh and eighth grade girls. Thursday, third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade boys; 1 Friday, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade girls and junior high boys tennis at the high school; Saturday 9 a.m. to noon, grade school boys, and 1 to 4 p.m. high school boys and men; 7 to 10 p.m. Monday, open gym for high school and junior high; Tuesday, hijrh school boys; Wednesday, casting club; Thursday, adult social hour; Friday, senior tepee, high school only; and Saturday, junior tepee, grade school only. \>l*rlnary to bn Here ROXANA — A veterinary will be In Roxana Monday to vaccinate dogs for rabies. He will be at the village garage on West Third street on Route 111 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cost per dog will be $1.25. All dogs must be vaccinated each year, according to Chief of Police Roscoe Duncan. MPT l^intlN Approved ROXANA— Notification that the motor fuel tax funds for the village had been approved by Ihe state highway division, was announced at the hoard meeting Wednesday evening. Students to Be on Air ROXANA Several students from the Roxana grade and high school will be featured In a radio program nt 11:15 n. in. Saturday over the Alton station, sponsored tiy I ho Roxana PTA. Students to appear ore Patty Purdy. Wayne King, Bonnie Sanders. ,loyi:e Knupp, Joanne Stewart, Vaila Ciardner, Nnrma Huston, Pal t'ilberl, Katherinc Andrews anil Marvin Young, Bethalto Club Women to Meet TiKTHALTO, March 21.-ToniRht will IIP "mrns 1 nigh!".at a meeting of the Woman's Club In Ihe Method 1st church basement. A pot luck dinner will be served nt 6:.10. Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Sehoenewols. Mrs. Everett Depcw, Mrs. Dale Ball. Mrs. Paul Van Meier, Mrs. Krnest Lenningtori, and Mrs. Vera Brucning. Mrs. n. O. Klein, assisted by Mrs. Everett Depew and Mrs. Charles Oetken will be in charge of the program. i Farewell Luncheon BFTHALTO.—Wednesday Sewing Circle of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church at its regular meeting Wednesday honored Mrs. Margaret Submitt of Rosewood Heights at a farewell luncheon. Mrs. Sehmitt is leaving to reside at the Loretto Home In Alton. Kane ROXANA KntcrtnliiK Club Mrs. S. II, MeOill if Kast Third street entertained members of her pinochle club \\Vd- icsday evening. l j ri/es were won by Mrs. Lolatul Longman, Mrs. Jacob WillMimi and Mrs. McGill. Refreshments \vere served by Mrs. McGill. Others attending were dent Mrs. William CiHbripl. Tho| M ,, s . „,.,,„ Rll| . gor of Alton; Mrs meelimr opened with croup singing Keith McKnrlnnd, Mrs. Gilbert \' n n of "The Bfiltle Hvmn of tin- " WCTU", accompanied by 'Mrs. M.\ Holland, pianist. Salutes to the American, Christian nnd temperance flags \\ITP made; Mi fitohhs led devotions: nnd were read by the scr-retnrv. Theo Tnnkinson. Mrs. Tyner, treasurer, rend the repot l. i si^nincni and also announced thai membei- ship In the union had doubled in the past year. Afternoon speaker uas Mm Phyllis Stewart Srhlatlv who spol.<> on "Moral and Human Conduct " KANE *~ Mm. fivyln Arras and Mrs. Charles Tompkins entertained the following Wednesday at a potluck dinnor: Mrs. W. II. Bates, Mrs. Ivan Shaekelford, Mrs. O. FJ. Ciullander, Mrs. Garscl Reynolds, Miss Alice Wooldridge, Mrs. W. C. Ozbun and Mrs. Kenneth Barringer. Wayne Ozbun, Springfield, visited Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ozbun. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maslerson, Klrkwood, Mo., were guests Monday of his mother, Mrs. T. J. Ma's- terson. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Haynes, Alton, visited Wednesday wtlh A. P. Pope. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright returned Tuesday from St. Louis where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Woods were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Linn, Greenfield. Mrs. George Milner is spending this week with her son, Ernest Milner arid family, at Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Roady, De- cntur, were guests Thursday of their son, Golman Roady and family. Mrs. R. H,. Clanahan and Mrs. R. J. Vallontine, Carrollton, visited Wednesday at the Ralph Linder home. Mrs. Josephine DeShasier, Car- rolllon, spent Thursday with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry DC Shasier. Mr. and Mrs. John Killebrew and Hubert Killebrew, Smilhton. were guests Wednesday of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Guilunder. George Allen entered an Alton hospital Wednesday for observation and treatment. Ed Ashlock, who has been stationed with Ihe navy at Jacksonville, Fla., left Wednesday for the west coast after a 10-day furlough wilih relatives here. S'Sgt. Kcntner Crotchett arrived home Wednesday from Germany for a furlough. He has been in military service for the past three years. Sunday school at the Baptist Church Sunday will be at 9:45 a. m.; morning worship at 10M NEW JUDGE AND APPOINTEES-Seated is City Judge I. H. Streeper with (left) Paul D. Davey, whom he appointed rru^ter-in-chancery, and (right) Miss Lovetta Beck, court reporter. Standing be-' h.nd Streeper in F. T. Boscherf, clerk of the city court.—Staff photo. Sowing Class For Adults to Begin at Roxana ROXANA- The second sewing class for adults will begin in the home economics room of the high school at 6:30 p. m. Monday. New methods of «'ewing that are faster and easier will be presented. Any woman in the district is eligible lo attend. Those desiring to enroll should attend ?he first regular class Monday. The class will be limited to 24 women. Mrs. A. L. Kitzmillcr, home economics teacher at the high school, will be the teacher. Cosmetologists to Meet in St. Louis Several members of the Madison County Hairdressers & Cosmetologists Association, will attend the .'i-day Mississippi Valley Beauty Show at the Jefferson Hotel, St. Louis, beginning Saturday. Mrs. Everett A. (Florence) Faires Is first vice president of the St. Louis Cosmetologists (hosts of the show) and she serves on various education committees for hair styling. She is a member of the United States Official Hair Fashion Committee, composed of 76 members. A beauty nnd fashion show, open to the public, will be held Saturday night in the Jeffersort with Miss tor. Kay Martin as Other activities commenta- for cosmetologists only, will continue through Sunday and Monday. Bunker Hill Sewing Club Entertained BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Alclred Knlbb of Eflvvardsville; Mrs. Carl nehrens, Miss Kathryn Dey, Mrs. Francis Stndcl'man, Mrs. Gilbert Fahrenkrog, Mrs. R. E. Riggs, Mrs. John Morris, Mrs. Kenneth Miller and Mrs. G. \V. Behrens jr., members of the Sewing Club, were gucsls of Mrs. Richard Welch of East Alton, at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday. Mrs. G. W. Behrens will entertain in April. limn Join Lift OhiRH BUNKER HILL — Ten members of the Kum Join Us Class of the Methodist Churrh met at the Methodist , JmKTA STIR F.TAAO church Thursday for their regular meeting. The entire day was spent in tearing carpet rags. A potluck dinner was served at noon. Mrs. Wilfred Reusing was in charge of devotions. Mrs. Ralph Moxey. Mrs. Edwin Acuncius, and Mrs. O. C. Smith wore hostesses. Willing Workers .Mi-ot BUNKER HILL -- Mrs. Charles Lucking and Mrs. Henry Kastien were hostesses to 11 members of the Willing Workers Class Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Grace Wadsworth, president, led the devotions and presided at the business meeting. School l-iu-ty BUNKER HILL The junior class of Hunker Hill High School sponsored an all school St. Patrick's parly in the school auditorium i") •» f-^ l> <i » * * 11-4111 HYi- at IK.IO p. m. and family Cos- jTuosdav cvenint,'. After games and pel hour at 7:!iO. ' At the Church of Christ, Bible reading Sunday will be at 10 a. m. dancing, iTl'reshmenis wore served. ItuukiM- Hill NO|CH P.r.NKKR, HILL — Mrs. O. C. Methodist. \\vu||,or relumed home Wednesday \ anCnmi) on Central avenue. lv\o month s visit in Call- fit fftiif Out of Service With of Area B K X ,1 A M f N A. WHITESIDE, CSG3, SS, was recalled to duty with the U. S. Navy June, 1951 £' and Is serving "aboard the USS "Cutlass" at Key West, Flu. He is a comissary man third class, and is the son of Mrs. Rubye A. While- side of 2830 Hillcrest avenue. Sailor Whiteside who was 25-yeari-old St. Patrick's day, enlisted in service in :1944, and spent two years in New London, Conn., aboard ship as a cook and baker. He has been on cruise In the Panama Canal zone, and lately engaged In Convex III exercise, a training maneuver in control and protection of shipping, with submarines. Whileslde, will return to his base at Key West, March 2!). Prior to entering naval service, the seaman attended Blackburn College. 130 View Styles For Tots at YW One hundred thirty were served luncheon Thursday at the Young Women's Christian Association and they viewed styles for children from toddlers to pre-teens shown during the meal by youngsters. Clothes were furnished by Lytton's store, and Mrs. Courrlani F. Carrier gave the commentary. The children's fashion show was shown in connection with the Ladies' Day Out program each Thursday at the Y. Mrs. Carrier and Mrs. C. D. McLain were in charge of arrangements, and Mrs. James Hull and Mrs. Harry Mantz served lunch to the children. Royal Neighbors Meet at Grafton Read Telegraph Want Ads LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE: COLOR OF BALLOTS" Announcement U hereby made that the Color* of the Primary Ballots to be lined «t the Primary Election to be held In the County of Madison and'State of Illlnol;, on the 8th day of April. A. D. 1032. by the respective parties will be ai follows: DEMOCRATIC PARTY REPUBLICAN PARTY PINK BLUE And It li also announced that the hflltot* to be used In the Election of a County Board of School Trustees to be held on the aame date will be WHITE. Dated the 1052. 12th day of March. A.D. EULALIA HOTZ, County Clerk March 17. IB, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1992 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice U hereby given to all persons that First Monday In May, 1952, Is the Claim Date In the estate of Leslie M. Purnell. Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and thnt claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said dnte without Issuance of summons. Dated this 10th day of March, 1952. LEWIS J. PURNELL, Administrator. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. JACOBY, PATTON & MANNS, Attorneys." (F. L. MANNS) March 14, 21, 28 ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMORIAM The afternoon proeram also featured Mrs. Amy Baker, pianist; Cheryl Johnson, who «ave a reading on "Rum and Ruin"; temperance readings by Mrs. Carl Johnson; and a vocal solo by Joan Jenkins, accompanied by pianist Paul Mitchell. During the white ribbon dedication services, Mrs. Eva Paris. vice-president, tied white ribbons on the wrists,of Chervl and Danny Johnson, children of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, of Highland avenue: and Phillip Masten, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Masten of Seminary street. "When He Cometh to Make Up His Jewels" was played during the ceremony. The closing song was "Blest Re Those attending Sully Albright. Itcvonrln Ar- C'loo Bain, Barbara Kast, liomiH 1sti-rl. Carolyn SteHiuun nnd Karen Sullivan. I'lm-nts \.-nr Tonuuln ItOXANA Mayor and Mrs. Charles K. Welch and i-hildn-n of Central avenue, motored to Kann- liiKlon. Mo., Wednesday to visit Welch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Welch. The tornado struck only a half a mile from their farm home. be no evening service. ftlenclowbrook MKADOWBROOK.- The Missionary Society from Ihe liam Weidner who was at ihe home of her son. O. C. Weidner. while GRAFTON—Golden Rod Camp, No. 995, Royal Neighbors of America, held its semi-monthly meeting in Ihe RNA Hall, Tuesday evening, Prior to the business session at 6:30 o'clock a potluck suriper was served. Members whose birthdays are in March were honored at the supper. Nineteeen members attended. OES To Meet GRAFTON--The Order of Eastern Star, will observe "Family Night" in ihe Masonic Temple this evening. Cards and other games will be the diversion for the evening. A noon potluck luncheon preceded the business session. Card Party GRAFTON — One-hundred and fifty persons attended the annual St. Patrick's card party sponsored by men of St. Patrick's Church at the City Hall, Monday night. Homemade cake and coffee were served. Benefits derived from the event will be applied to the church i treasury. ft raft on GRAFTON -The Rev. Harry Mason Fish .r.. has announced that the quarterly conference of the j IN" LOVING MEMORY ('•ration Charge will be held in the Kimbro, who passed Cirafton Methodist Church March .'iO, at .'! p. m. The Grafton Charge includes Grafton, Salem and Rosedale. Warren Mille.. son of Mr. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that First Monday In April) 1952, la the Claim Date in the estate of Harry Williams, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance: of summons. Dated this 29th day of February, 1952. HARRIET D. MANION. Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, P-obale Clerk. ROSS ARMBRUSTER, Attorney. March 7.J4. 21. THE VILLAGE OF EAST~ALTON will receive bids for the collection and disposal of trash and rubbish within the corporate limits of the village. Bids to be opened at 7:30 p. m. March 31, 1932. Bidder must furnish truck, equipped with cover and must furnish his own dumping grounds. Bidding blanks may be secured from the village clerk at 214 Smith Avenue. East Alton, III. Village reserves the right to reject any and all bids. LAWRENCE DARR. Village Clerk. THE VILLAGE OF EAST ALTON will receive bids for the collection and disposal of garbage within the corporate limits of the village. Bids to be opened nt 7:30 p. m. March 31. 1952. Bidder must furnish truck with leak-proof bed and equipped with a cover and must furnish his own dumping grounds. Bidding blanks and specifications may be secured from the village clerk at 214 Smith Avenue, East Alton. Illinois. The village reserves the right to reject any and all bids. LAWRENCE DARR. Village Clerk. ~WANT~A D'TNFO R M AiToN~ 12 Words— 1 time 42 12 Words— 3 times $1.13 12 Words— 8 times $2.02 12 Words—24 times $5.76 ADJUSTMENTS Errors not the fault of the advertiser which clearly lessen the value of the advertisement should be corrected the first day when one extra corrected Insertion will be made without charge. The Telegraph assumes no responsibility for error after the first Insertion. Want Ads are accepted until 11:00 A. M, for publication same day. PHONE 3-6641 In Uuttiiic«* at HO LINCOLN. HI., .v Being son of Mr. and Mrs. Weidner was m California, • Mrs ' Rohcrt Miller, left Thursday relumed to SI. Louis Wednesday. ! for t ' ort Len »»rd Wood, Mo., wherr Mr. and Mrs. ti. w. Uehrens. Church of ; jr., and son were Thursday evening held an election of officers • dinner KUC.-.IS of Mr. and Mrs. I lie u ill be stationed. j John Ixigan. coach and ph.vsieal Wednesday afternoon. Those elect- Robert .lohnsione. Ml. Oli\i. ed were: Mrs. Mue Voyles. pres-' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fensterident: Mrs. Cora Whitesel, vice-j man arrived home Thursday alt- president; Mrs. Edna Curran, I ernoon alter being in Florida since stewardship; Mrs. Una Mae | the middle of January. Beckham, child director; Mrs. i The Order of the Eastern Slat Pearl Brown and Mrs. Delia Reed, membership; Mrs. Ruth Nation, 90 historian: Mrs. Alice Hodge, mis- years of age and having to get jsionary educational literature, and about on crutches hasn't stopped Mrs. Minnie Voyles. youth direc- Mrs. Klla Jones She cares for lor. Mrs. Hale and the RiH'. Lydia a li fei . 8ht " r ° 0m l T l ' dil ' g '«H'sP.|Long of Kast Alton were guests. , _ .„.. .-,- . Iwll|rt .. „„« »»,. r,u.... i-.u.m..«-. .-.on. j cooks her own meals and fires her | Mr. and Mrs. Kno Voyles spent |min Cobin. 25. is the fourth of sev- al 9 a. m. a Jerseyville deniisi will own jurnace. She s the widow nf Wednesday evening with their son en brothers to break his back in : be at the school to give the dental will entertain master masons and their families with a potluck supper at the Masonic Hall Saturday evening at 6:!!0. ' I)ucfc-Hrt*uUu( Brothers HARRISBURU. 111.. .<p - Ben.ja- education instructor at the Cirafton school, accompanied members of Ihe basketball team to the state basketball tournament at Champaign Wednesday. Twenty-five pre-school children took their physical examinations for entering school noxt fall at the annual Summer-Round-up sponsored by the local Parent-Teacher Association in Dr. .V. V. Hempel's office, Tuesday morning. Assisting the doctor were Mrs. Art Wilson and Mi's. Kdith Plummet-. April 3, IN LOVING MEMORY—Of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bates, who died 11 years afjo March 21: Deep In our hearts you are fondly remembered. Sweet, happy memories cling 'round your name. True hearts that loved you with deepest affection, Always will love you in death just the same. Sadly missed by Husband. Children, Sisters and Brothers. IN LOVING" M~EMdSY-"-"Of"~Fr'ed f. Frederick, who passed away March 21st. 1947: Today we recall sad memories, Of a loved one called to rest: And those who think of him today Are the ones who loved him besl. A happy home we once enjoyed, How sweet the memory still: But death has left a vacant place- This world can never fill. Sadly missed by Sister, Mia. Reka Herzog, and all \vhft loved him. 67 William "E" away 2 years •BO today: There's an open gale at the end of Ihe road. Through which fach must go alone; There's n light we cannot see Our Father claims His own: Be\ond the gate our loved one finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort in the thought That a loving God knows best. Sadlv missed by Wife. Lorene, and Son Uill.v (jene WOTRJtt ATTKNtlONl BASEBALL FANS! - rot tlckttn, tciton «rtd »p*et«l t»mf», con- Met Mr. F. J. Schlueler »t Ml»«. »«• Loulu Brown* S«le«5«Preii«riU<iv«j MOTICIS—from thta d*y forwtrd I will na lonftr be r**{wfnrtbl« lor •«? ***<* contr«ct«l for by «n» other than my- nelf. Slgntd this I«th day of M«rclj. IOS8. O«c«r N, Ow*n«. R. H. 1, EO- w«rd)ivlll«, tit. j _ NOW is THE "TIME"TO LANDSCAPE YOUR HOME Stark Bro«. NurseriM offer tor, discount on flowering, inrub» *nd /run lr«M thli month. L*nd*c»p« pl*n drawn without obligation. LELAND B. SIMMS, Salesman and Landscape Advisor. Phon* ^-8lW4. _ „ . LICENSE & NOTARY SERVICE KARL W. MANNS 2530 SUt*. North Alton Phone 2-77Ja_or_:WB.19 bP/fcM" SEVEN DAYS - Home cook«d food. Owned ind operated by fid ind P*ul» Nurup. T*y»t«* RMUUMnt, 314 P!***, acroin from 9e«ra. STAtt? LlCENSr" Auto, Chiufffur'i, Drivers, Etc, CHARLIE CLARK. 1804 B. Broadway STATION WAGONS VARNISHED— R«i- jipnable Dial a-58«7. SLAY SOIL—Sifve toll" with Flna Foam rug and upholitery cleaner. Buck'« Paint Store. 655 g.JjJroadwgy. WOULD THE PERSON—Who" borrowed my cross-cut saw pleane return, or call 2-1BM? TREE SPECIALIST Trim, Top and Removing. Fully Insured M. C. LOVE — 4-7922 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT — Curb service. Open 10:30 a. m. to 2 a. m. Starting March 24th. The Dinner Bell. Prop., C. R. Wilson. «30 Wood Hl««r Avenue, Wood River. III. IIA RIDRRS RIDE WANTED — From E. Alton to Jerseyvllle, Hpurs 8 to S. 4-3438. RIDERS WANTED — From Wood River to 4300 Goodfellow, St. Louis. 4-8446, after 9:30 EDUCATIONAL I2A INSTRUCTION PREPARE YOURSELF — For advancement to a better Job with more money. Study at home In your tpare time. Over 400 courses to choose from. Free International Correspondence School*. J. E. Clark. District representative, 2511 Davbi street. Phone 3-6955. MIIRIC, DANCING, DBAMA ACCORDION INSTRUCTION — Modern Interesting leisons taught by qualified Instructors. Beginners' Instruments rented. We specialize In accordion and •niltar. 3.5342, Royal School of Music. Phone MUSICAL INSTRUCTION In 111 iBltruBlent: Gould Alto*. and voice and baton twirling. Muilc Co.. 831 t. Broadway EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED—MALE DRAFTSMEN—Structural, lor reinforced concrete and steel construction. Some experience preferred. Excellent opportunity. Apply personnel office, Gran- Ite City Steel Co.. Granite City, 111. WANTED-^Drlver and helper for retail furniture truck. Good salary and work- Ing conditions. Our employes know of this ad. State age and qualifications. All replies strictly confidential. 1170. care Telegraph. Box MEN WANTED—By old line legal reserve life Insurance company; man to collect premium, sell life Insurance and hospltalizatlon on already established territory In Alton. Experience helpful but not necessary, as we train you. Box 1180, care Telegraph. WANTED—Pin" boys, part or full time Must be 18 or over. 4-9231. WANTED — East Alton high school boy for part-time work. Apply in person. .125 Shamrock, East Alton. HELP WANTED—FKMALE LADIES—WI«L nice voice for telephone saleswork for local organization. Full or part time. Pleasant working conditions. Give phone number. Write Box 1080. care Alton Telegraph. LADY WANTED—To care for children white parents worK. Stay. Dial 2-4283. M1DDLEAGED WOMAN — For housework and cnre of . one chUd: experienced. 611 8th street. Wood River. PREFER MIDDLEAGED — Or elderly woman and capable of caring for children and help with housework. 6 days, stay. If out of town, call collect. 4-0096. STENO - CLERK—Light shorthand, accurate typing, some public contact. For appointment call AAA, 309 E. Bdwy. Phone 2-0277. STENOGRAPHER - RECEPTIONIST — Age 10-25. Apply in person. Y. M. C. A.. Friday. 2-5 p. m.. Sat.. 13-2 p. m. STENOGRAPHERS — B e g 1 an e~r s or experienced, married or single. 40-hour week. Monday through Friday. Paid vacations nnd holidays and other liberal benefit plans: excellent starting salary; air conditioned offices. Pleasant surroundings. Local industry. State ase, education, experience, address Si phone number. Write Box 1040, care Telegraph_ WANTED—WMle~lioi^keeper~tro~heTp with sick person, recuperating from illness, in home with 2 other adults. Stay ort place. Ca]l 2-2nfi!ljifter_7_p. m. WANTED — Housekeeper to Tnaniage home in Cottage Hills for man and :i small children. Stay. Dial 4-300;i. ^—MALE * FEMALE EXPERIENCED CO"OK " WANTED -Steady position, top wages. Hours: 4;,10 p. m. to 12:30 a. m. Apply in person. Rusty's Restaurant, 1201 Main. Edwardsville, 111. MAN or~WOMA~N—With"~car""'"or~ boy with bicycle for delivery work. Fuji or part time. Give phone number. Write Box 'OSO._care Alton Telegraph. NATIONAL COMPANY"--! aational 'S2 line, China Plastic; time shown. Unusual earnings. 1120. care Telegraph. new sen- first Box CURTAINS WAittiD - And Wretched. Called for and detiwM. Dm 2-78S8. WASHINGS A iRONmOS-DUl »-47(M. BUSINESS SERVICE ANftOUH BA8KMENf»-0u» from und*f hOUMf. Dl*l 'MOM. CESS POOLS And septic urn** pump»d and repaired. Ol«l «-3«jI or 4-9850. TERMrW! it PBST CONTROL —For Inspection and idvt'e* phon* 152 Edw«rtl»vllt*, Owner and Manlier rr*d_?««n». _ FOR STARTMS & CENttATORS Se* CheiWf TholtiM _ PHI . GUTTERING Spouting, me id I chimney ear«f< tru estimate*. While's Tin Shop. 2-1484. HAND AND POWER MOWERS _ gK»r»- rned by machine. Repaired. 440 B. 3rd St. Ph. Z-5S97. LAWN MOWERS — Machine thtrpcned and repaired. A. Sttipperlch. 3108 Alby. 2*4260. "lib & WHITE SANITARY" SERVICE Cess pools, septic tanks, and outside vaults cleaned, Day or nlfht. Call Wood River. 4-8062 or 4-346S. ROWLAND REFRIGERATION^ SERVICE 217 Person Sweet. Dlil 2-g»4a " TREE SPECIALIST Trim Topi. Take Down ft Haul Awiy Insured, fttt Estimate*. EP KHAOTL -r .Phone 4-9348 BPUiDlflO' COMTBACTOKI CONTRACT CEMENT WORK—Of in kinds. Union work. Free eaUmatei LYNN WOOD. 3603 Franor, Phone 3-0293 or 4-71BO. HENDERSON & WORKMAN — General contracting, block laying, brick, laying concrete work, tuck pointing. 2-9454 or 2-64911. CONTRACTING — Porch ^Closer. JaT- O-See Windows, aluminum awnings, remodeling, screen*. Call 4-4B76. TRENCH1NO " Digs trenchea 6" to 20" wide. Use for— • Drainage Til* • Foundations • Sewer Lines • Oil * Ga» Lines • Water Mains • Underground cable • Farm Improvements • Whenever trenches must be dug For detailed Information nee or call McGaughey Bros., Ph. Bethalto 5634-- 6B94. DECORATING CONTRACTING — Paln«n« and"papeT- injr. Interior and .exterior. Morris Parkins. 2-3248. Union. INTERIOR — And exterior painting and decorating. 2-3141. PAINTING—Decorating, removing waif- paper, plastering, patch plastering. Free .estimates. Dial 3-8172, 3-8684. WANTED ,— Plaster patching. Work guaranteed. Ph. 2-1444. .. WANTED—Paper hanging, good wo'rk at reasonable prices. Phone 3-9967 or 2610 Yaeger street. WALLPAPER REMOVED—And wallpa" per cleaned; walla washed. Call 2-282,1. IS ELECTRIC — RADIOS HOOVER VACUUM,CLEANERS SALES — DENNIS BROS. -. SERVICE For Demonstration Call ROBERT.WILLIS. Phone 3-7761 RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 E. BROADWAY — $-9411 EIGHT MEN TO SlfRVE YOU ROBERSON RADIO & TELEVISION" ' SERVICE Guaranteed Service Phone 2-4213. 2011 State. Alton. STORAOE—MuVING FOR QUICK MOVING Phone 3-7630 2-8210 2-7454 PRES BELCHER MOVERS AGENTS FOR VON-DER-AHE Van LINES ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES Also Quick moving of itoves: refrigerators, planox. trunk*, boxes or what have you? Also (torage. H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STHJfcT Oil ACROSS THE CONTINENT LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 1B28 WASHINGTON AVE. DIAL 2-2663 McCOY TRANSFER CO. FREIGHT LEASING MOVING CAL ™ 3 ' 779 Ji FOR THE ANSWER TO YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEMS — AFTER g P.M. 3-7480—3-1248 SMITH BROS. — MOVING LOCAL _ LONG DISTANCE DIAL 4-656J ,,,, 19 w - Ferguson — Wood River USED FURNITURE BOUGHT and SOLD RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS SLEEPING ATTRACTIVE SLEEPING ROOM-For girl on Milton bus route. Call YWCA, "~"' privileges, decorated. or for gentleman. Newly _ FOR RENT _ sie7pTnF"roon«rTvTfh"~or wnhout kitchen privileges. Double or _twin beda. n-8093. _ LARCE COMFORTABLE ROOM~^~Fnr gentleman. Adjoins bath. Garage available. Dial 2-S479. LA R G E A TT R A CT fv E~~ R'OOM^I n T V P • per Alton, close to bus and restaurants. Garage available. No olher room- _eni._2-44S7^_ SLEEPING ROOM-^For fentT 299 ""Lore n » to SALESMEN SALESMAN . COLLECTOR—For "established route, Alton and area. Good car necessary, able to furnish bond. Box 1130, Care Telegraph. Jtlyer. 4-BB73._ ____ SLEEPING ROOM— with'kifcTien" "privileges. Dial 2-S102. SALESMAN WANTED To sell popular make new car and used cars. Good opportunity for right parly. Write Box 1100. care Telegraph, giving past experience and references. NATIONAL SALES ORGANIZATION^Needs 2 men In St. Louis area as specialty sales managers; must he capable of earning SI2.000 up per year None others need apply. Write ' Box 11 in. care Allan Telegraph. .._ SLEEPING ROOM—Near Ridce Dial 2-4378. SLEEPING "SoOMS^-LaTge,"" close in . - ... _ ___ _ MODERN" SLEEPING ROOM— rirst floor near_ downtown. 2-85(10. ONE NfCE~SLEEPiNcr""n60M^r~A~pply fij 4_Alby 1 ______ SLEEPING R<30M^FoT~ 7~o7 "aTm I !e : men; modern home, good location Di«l 2-8460. NICE ~ leges. .VD252 block from bus. 844 Danforth. PRIVATE HOME close in. a-363f). Garage, front room. ROOM—In beautiful home near town on Washington-State bus line: f»>' floor. Private entrance, privileges. Dial 2*7938. O1RL housewoi , . refined home. Garage available. Phona WANTS BABY SITTING — "br I 2 - |3 !*-__ work^Phone 2-8:117. SLEEPING ROOMS-"-For~gen"fiemen. M„.„,, . „ _-_»_-— j 0 i n i ng hath. 142 Tenjh.j-5j9:^ SLEEPING ROOMS — For rent, hy dm- or week. Formerly Hartford Apts. Now turner's Hotel. Inquire Turner's Caf« WILL CARE FOR "ONE up and deliver. Dial 3-B308. FINANCIAL -2-9097. '*_ __ PyjMjHKgg OrPOKTUNITUg CONFECTfONEBY rdsTsALE^T Good business. Selling because of ill health or _4-8B81. 2 SLEEPUMG~ROOMS~6ne~~\vlth twin hedB. HOP Washington. 2-8171. '» jtOQM anil "BOARD equipped f« r _ __.._ FOR SALE — Restaurant, doing 4-70()9_or_4-7120. good PERSONALS t WELCOME STRANGER — If you have lusi moved lo Alton or knofe of * ntw family in Alton will you call 4-S171 «o our nontesa can contact them? Welcomt Strangers Service t Kt'MMAQE AND PA8TBV SALE RUMMAGE SALif — Given by Bethalto Eastern Stars at 604 Bell* street. Al- II L08T-8TKATEP-HT01.BM a former mayor of this central j and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ;four years. All lived. He fell at examinations Illinois town named by and for | Roy Voyles in Alton. work on a Joppa. 111., power plant. (Jeorge. -10. and Roy. 32. suffered Abraham Lincoln. Sword duels now are passed by;broken bai-k.s in separale pr*y*r «, . . — - --«• •— ..»-.. «. ~ ( «.*.i.*«. *» uj . .ji vi»v i* «j«v rv.-> ut atrjLjai cti t,? I'Uclt 1111.110 , Kra " , s , of l ' nrle Tom's ! Belsian censors "e.xprept for por-: accidents. Brother Oscar 28 fell ma(ie '"'o 40'tions in which the sword appears ! 119 feet at work in Hammond, Ind., different languages. to enter the body." 'to break his back. An aircraft kno\\n as the S.l.P.A. 200- -weighing only 870 pounds empty and 1600 pounds fully laden -made its first flight at an airfield near Paris. LOST or STRAYED—Black and white female setter bird dog, in vicinity of Jiast Alton 4-782:t. LOST or STOLEN 2 fox hound pups Both wearing collars. 1 brown and nhite. i lemon and white Answers to "Trigger" and "Dult«." Anyone with information call 4-7884 or write Ciscero Cox.Jila George. East Alton LOST—" iilw'heeT haa<T truck "with rubber lire*, painted whit*: r«w»rd. Gripette Homing ca.. Alton. 3-aeai _ LOST— Baby's green blouse on Main ureet. Alton. Dial 2-6072. __ LOST - Billfold at Kates' T»vern. s«t. urda.v night Please return billfold and papers to H L. Hut/toe*. 716 Htiwy. Jeraayville. Ill Phone 847W. ___ LOST — Bowlinji rin«. Name inside U William Pace. Reward. 2-9301 or 3-8881, 1 LARGE RObM—-fully light_housekeeping._4-88»fl _ PENSIONERS - Men~or "women W. give nursing care, meals family si:l« or tray. 2-B065. ROOM & BOARD—For 2 gentlemen *l^' Prospect. Wood River B-ropni 2-family house. Write "or call ^°°M i B6AHD^For~l~or"2~mm m __ FULLY EQUIPPED LlJNCH~ROOM~Fo r iS!^^:!! 1 2 -"n« between 5 & 7 p. m --Will sell sparate if necessary louse Co., Grafton, 111 Grafton Lumber Phone_ 6055 I WANT Tb"~BUY" "kans'ar producing and non-producing oil royalty for joii on a commission basis and take "my commission in royalty. Write ^71-7 North Mainjitrect. Hutchmson. Kansas TAVERN—~Near~MarqueUe Park.""" Well established business. Excellent location. Exceptional opportunity. Priced for quick sal*. John Berigan Agency—4-6614 Evenings: 2-4278__ modern home, a blocks from bus hue Phone :i-9439 after 4:30 p^_m. ROOM & BOARD—$12.50 weekly and up Working men. family ttyle meaU. lunches packed. Shift workers welcome. STAHL HOTEL. 3rd »nd Henrj street. 602 Past 3rd. _^ _ 11 HOUSTKEEPINO BOOMS 1 LARGE ROOM—On first" t'looi. furnished for light housekeeping. No "»- lections to small children. No drinkers need apply. 310 Mill itreet. Phone TAVPRM inY^lMN WANTED— Young girl between age and 21 to share room. 57 Ohio stie Located in gond river town. Brick and Phone 4-7382. frame building. Living rooms in rear. ; FURNISHED" FO~R~UGHT~HOVsEKFr-p- ING— 4-room apt. Lights, wairr heat. Sis. washing facilities. 1121 West Hih hall on second floor. Very large basement, automatic oil heat. Good season now open. John Berigan Agency—4-6614 Evenings: 2-4276 PERSONAL SERVICE COVERED BUTTON - Belt* aiwf but- tonbolcu 24-hour ««rvica Central Sew- u}< Suoplj Co.. 18 W Brea4w»y Ula,i SLIP COVEBS 4 baAPEBIES^Ejipertly made. Fre» «stuii»tei and jsn.ples. __ .. BEAUTIFUL 4-ROOM- Unfurnished "•" modern apt., garage. Air conditioned 1110 per month. Exclutive location. By jppojntm*nt onJy. Dial 3-5426. __ FOR KENT — 2 room furnished or nn- furni»h«d. LJ«hts, beat, gu and water _ MODERN— Ou^oom~iinc"iencFTnd «" room unfurnUhed »pt.: »utom»tic heat. hardwood «oor» and Venetian blindi ' n '""-t Apt. 7 Acton APU.737 Ea.t Acton, Wood Biver.

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