Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 26, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
Page 9
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.WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Jersey v Hie JEftSEYVlLLE ~ Mr. and-Mr*, Marcus Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Edwards attended the Installation of officer* of Calvary Shrine No. 24 Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem at the Scottish Rite Temple In East St. Louis. Monday night, Mrs. Ryan Is a member of Cnl vary Shrine and was the second person from Jersey county to lotn the White Shrine which Is the highest defiree possible for women. The first woman from here to affiliate was the late Mrs. Julln Jones. A chnmpter was later organized In Alton nnd a number from this vicinity .have joined thnt group but Mrs. Rynn has maintained membership In Calvary Shrine In East St. Louis. Cafeteria Supper Thursday JERSKYVILLE. - The Delhi Community Club Is sponsoring n cafeteria supper at the Delhi School Thursday. Servjn* will begin at 5 o'clock and' the public Is invited to attend. Proceeds will be used for the benegit of the hot lunch program of the school. A calory Is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree Centigrade. On The farm Front 1600 Farmers in County to Co-operate With Ag Program Cottage Hills Ymilli to I-fenil Studrni Council Elclred son of Mr. and ^'rs. George Mead. nnd grandson of Mr. nnd Mrs, j Louis If. Dorr, w recently elected president of the s'tident council of EDWARDSVILLfi, March 28.- Plans have been dompleted on To date, 203 farmers are taking j [•""' $", 0 "' IWo0fl RKcr Commiinl '. v ^vantage of the special sod wai- \ 1 "*'" hchool< Madison owner* or operators Indicating their intentions of cooperating with the Agriculture Conservation Program, Earl P. Reid, chairman of the county PMA committee announced today. Two special are offered this.year, "constructing sod Improve Farmers to signing farm 1, 1952 will plans glble to participate In the program. Some sign-up meetings \vere held In the townships some distance from the county office hut no additional meetings will bo held prior to the closing 'dale, waterways" and "pasture Imprtwe- therefore any farm owner or oner- ment" along w»;h the regular prac- ntor wlsninR to coopernte, 'must ,, omo , 0 thp county offlcc before 1953. ' STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS 118 WEST 3rd ST. (Ices such as, Initial contour seeding of Intertilled and close sown crops, contour strip cropping, con- structlng standard terraces, diversion terraces, water channel flu men and too wall outlets, dams for livestock ponds, new permanent, drainage ditches, tile drainage, tree planting, plowing down green manure, Increase seeding of biennial and perennial legumes and grassei. j .IERSEYV1LLE. - Mrs. Louis applying limestone, rock phosphate ' Holder was in charge of the pro- and applying commorolal fertlllz- j gram of the Woman's Society of WSCS Group in Meet at Jersey i KLDRKD -. Mr. and Mrs. Kr'.fh COTTAGK 1III.LS Dnna Mead. Zutmvnlf and family have moved from llnypress to a farm tienr Plllsflrkl. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wilhelmv moved from near Eldrort to the Chaunrey Kid red place vacated by the Xumwalts, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton PegrHm and son, Calvin, and Mr. and Mrs, Donald Pogram and daughter, Hetty, were dinner guests .Sunday In the home nf Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Hushnell, at Hlllvlr-w. Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Clendenrn hnve taken \ip residence In the Lynns Homier property east of Kldred which was vacated rerrr:t- and Mrs. Rayrvoml C'nrmody an'l Mr. nnd Mrs. .lames Carmody and daughter, all of Carrollton. One o( four ruididntes, Dunn received more than fiOO votes out o( a sludetit body enrollment of 900. Mend will take office next September. Ho will attend a ptnte-wi °c mooting of student council officers, together wit 1 , retiring officers, al Peoria .he lasl week in April. C.'. A.'s ' Keleet COTTACK HlLLS-~Mombers of Hie Christ Ambassador group ot the Assembly of God Church are requested to bo present at their regular weekly meeting Thursday evening at 7:.'10 . m. nt the church for an election of officers. K\oehtl«(. lloiml to Meet COTTA(-K HlLLS-Mombers of I ho Parent-Teachers executive board will n,eel Thursday evening at. 7:30 p. m. : the >ome of Mrs, Howard Oliver. Attends CoMiH'toloRlM Mcrllnx COTTAC5K HILLS Airs. Elho.l Rnell, accompanied by Mrs. ers on legumes or pastures. The practices offered this year are designed to cover almost any conservation problem that we have on our farms. Roid says, that a' small accomplishment on each farm "adds up to an extremely large total on a national basis. Production from American farms. Christian Service of the Methodistp'orest Boekhn 11, Alton, attended Church al Its meeting Monday evening at the church. Her subject WHS "Workers Together With Cod." Mrs. W. O. Donhiim, president, presided at the meeting. Thirty- five members were in attendance. The social -0011111111100 for (he the annual convention Sunday of the Missouri Co.-melologist Association in St. Louis, Margaret Ruck, nationally known I.nlr stylist presented n demonstrntion. ('ultimo Hills Notes COTTAr.K HILLS-Mr. and Mrs. evening included Mrs. Kenneth i Roland Klopmoier and family at- which can through conservation measures. may play an Important part In bringing a lasting peace to the world. pnrtw ' »« r «?- Sundtty nt thc . , l .Josephine Sahl. Miss home o Mrs. Klopmoier's pnrenls, CH I Kllzabeth Stahl, Mrs. Eileen Nim-i crick, Mrs. Lillian Simms, Mrs. Vclma Pcllikan, Mrs. Esther Linn, nnd Mrs. Lottie Jcwshury. Thn next meeting will be on April 28 al the church. Don't Sufftr 4nothrr Mfnitl* No nailer how miny rtm«ll«i TOO h«t» Irinl for Itrhlng of trrtnm, p«nfi««i«. Infrctlonn, nlhlrlf'l fool or wh»l»r»r Tour ikln trotlhlt mar h»—«nrlhlnir tram hfml to fool—WONDKR SALVE ind WONDRR MfdkiUd SOAP run Wlp TOB. Om<f>/i>p^d /»r tHf boyt in tht 4rmj now for vn» falttt nt Ai>m« WONI1KR SAI.VR U •fhll». cr»**l*M, • nllirptic. No Mflr ipprnmncr. a>f« for rhlldr«n. n»l WO>fl)ER SAI.VK tnd WONDKR SOAP _ mult* .r m«nr; rrfnndfd. Tralr w»nn>rfol pr»p«rntl<)n», Sold In Alton hj Sundcri. Fnrd-Hopklni, n A W. Thrltly, and Deftenhardt Drill Slore«; or Tour home town druf(l«l. IAdv.1 Pint a meal of TURF BUILDER th« complete food for gran. Then a light sowing of SCOTTS, the all perennial grass seed . . . soon a fresh new world of sparkling green Is at your door TURF BUfLDfft — one pound does better feeding job than three of ordinary fertilizer. 25 Ibs feeds 2500 iq ft-$2.50; 10,000 sq ft - $7.85 <££& LAWN SEED—Top quol- Ity blend 99.91% weed free . . . the deluxe lawn In sun or shade. 1 lb-$1.50 5 Ibs-$7.35 <££& "SPECIAL" Seed grows fast so good for new lawns, thrives in sun or shade. 1 lb-$1.25 5 lbs-$6.15 YOLTON'S • Paints • Hiinhvnrc • Plumbing • Kloc. Appllnncos Delmnr at Stnto • North Alton Dial 2-S»l« Elsah Grade Students Enjoy Swimming Parly T'LSAH- Eugene Hicks nnd Miss Ruth Hooper of The Pincipia College, who arc physical education instructors here in the school, and Miss Dawn Leonard, Prin student. chnpei'fTned a group of school children to St. Louis, Saturday afternoon where they enjoyed a swimming party al thc lower .school of The Principia The pupils who went were: Dale Lowcnstcin, .Terry Warren, rtonny Crcsswcll, David Smith, Walter Reeves. Tammy Swell. Patsy Warren, Dorothy Leonard Hazel Cresswell and Lenoro Smith, Correction ELSAII--Mrs. Howard Davis of Alton, is thn former Miss Betty Cresswell, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cresswell, Elsah, instead of Miss Marie Cresswell, as stated in an item in Saturdays paper. Mrs. Davis was honored nt a party givr i at the home ot Mrs. Robert Lawder, Elsah, last Tuesday evening. New Kesltlents ELSAH — Mr. and Mrs. Klbcrt 1 Williams their son, Roy, Williams j and his four daughters, Janet. ; Judy, and twins, Gloria Jean nnd j Lindel, moved here from Alton.! last weekend. j Elbert Williams and Roy, will '. commute by automobile dully to j Alton whore they are employed, j Air. and Mrs. Elbcrl. Lev! in Wood River. Additional guests were Mr. ly hy thn Roy f!onns family. | Mr. nnd Mrs. fVmnlrl Hryanl ; niul family have moved to the ' residence of the Into Fanny Hen- j :iOO H. C. ner on Kim sired. The Kldrcd Household Srlenre Club will meet In nn nil-day s»:»- sinn, Thursday nt the home o[ Mrs. Men Hlwk, A pot luck dinner will be served at ntM)n. The mnngel is considered a de-1 Nearly fif) diseases are fttWWft ' t srendnnt of (he (hard, which !'••? | attack soybeans :n the Ufllted cireeks used as a vegetable In gi n | PS WIT *MUCATIOH fttUtftl ITCHY SXJK Promptly rttltvn e«u|fil tf Z*mo — ft owrfirn hlfbl? untlnrptlc— promptly r«ll«vM Itah »nd Hid* honlinj nf «urf««« nklfl »ndic»lplrflUtloM.«— > MUSTEROIE • Free Estimates • Guaranteed Work • Fast Service To Vour iltnl Add .*.v.'.vi;.:...x.:.:^:^; : ; ; ^ : .;. : .;.:.;.:.x.v.'.'.'^'' • •" ~ •*• -?w r- ••*'••• • '•••ivv..y.<?f. f s.'." —.•.•.-.•.•.•.•.•>••• • • • •.v.v-.w"^'.v.w.v#'9j!j Fence it Right* Fence it Tight WIRE FENCING Heavily galvanized to resist rust. Deep-crimp for taut stretch with no sag. Uniformly gauged wire. liu. n. lin. ft. 1" mesh 1" mesh 2" mesh 24" high 36" high 48" high POULTRY NETTING Made from full gauge fencing steel wire, thoroughly galvanized against rust. Top and bottom wires are doubled and twisted to add strength and keep netting straight. Uniformly shaped meshes; rolls out flat without bulges for easy stretching. \v^^^Z ORNAMENTAL * WIRE FENCING Vertical pickets every 3". Horizontal cable 6" apart. 9 ] 2 and 13 gauge galvanized steel wire. DOUBLE SCROLL 3fi" Z4C lin. ft. 4!" ZBC lin.fl. 4H" 31 C lin. It. LUMBER COMPANY 110 N HAU.KK — WOOD KIVKK Pial 4-J36S OTHER SPECIALS Red Picket Fence, 4' high, " r p $9,50 Clear Fir Pickets, 1x3-42" . each 28c • 48" . each 3lc Gape Cod Border White, 36" each 59c White Flower Guard, 19", 25' roll $4.72 You can fence your entire farm on the Budget Plan. Studded Tee STEEL FENCE POSTS Tough, resilient, rail - carbon steel. It springs and gives in fence line under shock, but never gives way. AN JjjH ^^ BRUCE waxes without scrubbing! New HOME PFRMANFMT with FrencWyle curler,,, needs NO NEUTRAUZER NO RINSE ... NO RESETTING! WAVES AND NEUTRALIZES IN ONE APPLICATION! Mon.y back GUARANTEE by th« maker* of LUX TOILET SOAP I !• Roll curl* on eniiy I'Vench-ntyle curls™. 2» Apply Shnrlow Wave, No timing—Just lot dry. 3« Rrunh into springy, last Inn curl*. 2(9 Citmplllt kit will tita Frineh-ilylt lurlirt an Iftoum. (plui MzJ NEW Shadow Wave in SURE TOTAKf! NIW '"$8* CURLIRS 119 WEST THIRD. ST. ALTON BOTTLED GAS RANGES MODERN-FAST-ECONOMICAL COOKING Rot tied fjus IK ffimou.v for l»riiif/hif/ fti.vtii'f/ «if mo(f(*rn /it-iiif/ to i'offc* ic/io flt*e out the C»«s .jlfniti«. A Special Purchase of These Fine Ranges Go on Sale Tomorrow at a Terrific Discount PLUS Free Installation. MODERN COOKING with BOTTLED GAS Installation one or llun't misi ,111111(11- AclllrU'llli'liI Mouse :it Kdiisrvi'lt Schncil ), April 1, 7 to « I'. "Autocrat" Divided-Top Bottled GAS RANGE A full size, porcelain Bottled Gnu itaiiK' 1 . . • the divided burner couking top provides ampin top work Npuci*. lurge (utl-Hize in- siiliiti-d oven, drop-door broiler slides on roller beiiriiiKS, ample drmver and storuKi' space, oven heal rcgulutor and many other out«(aiidlii|{ FREE INSTALLATION Ue will Inotall tins hcuuliriil Kanxe in \oiir home full) equipped for liottlr gas at no p\lra charge dining Ihii Salr. HUN .Novt mid Save! DENNIS BROS 300 EAST BROADWAY-ALTON, ILL. 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY! <V/aif or Phone Order j Open Friday! till 9 P. M, V

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