Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 26, 1952 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1952 WAKE UP! To These Spring Housecleaning Needs-AT SPECIAL PRICES! NEW SLIP COVERS! VSJ&. LJ •ar— IIOUIAI MOOIIM JUMIO New Spring Patterns! Fit Is assured with tht adjust- abli features of these slip covers, Buy the style designed for your type furniture — we have all the newest spring patterns, cum CHAIR flMI.MODHM DOWN WEEKLY COMPLETE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM! Y-CUfMIOM lOUMOf Available in All These Davenports and Chair Style* to Match New/ BISSELL SWEEPERS "VANITY" M>« hM Oar*! R*d MM GrMfl Hxxiy Mack $9,75 The BUi«n "APARTMENT- HOW ini Sprue* Gr«en Poppy Red Marigold Yollow MI Bi«. $7,45 H's actually fun to clean-up with a new bright-colored Bissell Sweeper! Just glide — it gets the dirt in a jiffyl Bright idea for a shower o» wedding gift! All Wool—Glamorug 9x12 WHAT-A-BARGAIN-IN-BEAUTY Reg. $44.95 Vnii'l ho gliid to know that such b e a u t i f 111 rugs urn well within your price reiioh — we have a e v o r n I new shades to choose from! EASY TERMS NOW!^ You Can Have an Actual RECONSTRUCTED TRIPLE ACTION "HOOVER" VACUUM to 195 195 YOU PAY $eoo PER MONTH Includes 1-Year Factory Warranty Discontinued Patterns ARMSTRONG & GOLD SEAL BASE RUGS OFF! 6-ft. • 9-ft. and 12-ft. SIZES! I REFRIGERATORS - RANGES (Gas or Electric) Westinghouse TRADE-IN-SALE STILL IN FULL SWING! WE'RE Diving Unbelievable Trade-in Allowances! 500 K, BROADWAY PHONE 3-5013 Officers Elected By DMA Croups KDVVARDSVILI.E, Mnrch 26.- Offififirs wore fleeter! at annual i rnoptinRS hore Monday night of two j Madison County Dniry Herd Improvement Assorlatlons. I Elected for (ho ensuing year were: Milton Illtz, Highland, president; Oliver Spitze, Edwnrds- vltle, secretary-treasurer; Loo A. Stelner, Pocahonliis, and H. W. | Meyer, Moro, directors. Testers ! ;ire Hnyrnond Hess and Arnold i Althoff. I-eo Fryman, extension dairyman of the University of Illinois, discussed dairy cattle management, stressing importance of production tests, disease control, feed- and good hreedlng. The aver- ge yearly milk production per ow In Madison county, Fryman aid, Is 615fi pounds a year, while 10 average cow in the Madison Jounty Dairy Herd Improvement Associations produced 9!)09 pounds f milk last year. Honor roll certificates from the National Purebred DairJ Cattle Association were presented by 'arm Advisor Truman W. May to he following" 11 Madison county airymen whose herds averaged 50 or more pounds of hultorfat ier cow during a year of testing; Albert G. Ernst, Alharnbra; Kl- tier Klcnka, New Douglas; Milton litz, Highland, Henry F. Klenkr>, Mhambra; Earl Gansmann, St. acob; Harold Klenke, Troy; Lrs- er Schoeck, St. Jacob; Walter W. Cnebel, Highland; Clyde Lebegno, liKhland; Waldo Keilbach, Hish- and, and Walter E. Sievers, Staun- on. Mr. and Mrs. Olln Stead. John Connole of this clt.y, underwent emergency surgery Monday in Boyd Memorial Hospital, Connole Is being cared for by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Warren Connole, R. N. of Springfield. Venion Johnson entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday for examination and treatment. Sentimental Note. DECATUR. 111. R - M. R. Carroll, president of the Decatur Bottling Co. which is on the site of the old brewery, found an old bottle of beer In the company vault. A note attached to it said: "Last bottle of beer bottled by Decatur Brewing Co., Aug. 17, 1916." R*«d Telegraph Want Adt Carrolltoii Carrollton Notes CARHOI.LTON - Mr. and Mrs. >aul Fenlly of White Hall, arc pending a vacation in Palmetto. Ha.; and vvill be accompanied lome by Mrs. Fcnity's father, W. Williams and her sister, Miss Beula Williams of Kane, who have pent the winter there. Fenity is he Greene county superintendent f highways. Mrs. O. T. Purl left Tuesday for Alton where she will join her son incl daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ceith Purl, on a vacation trip to Florida. En route they will visit he Bellingrath Gardens at Mo- )ile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weber ol (Niton, spent Sunday here with U'chpr's parents, Mr. and Mrs lenry Weber. They were accompanied home by their son, Michael Eugcno Weber, who had been guest, since Thursday of his randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hcnrj Weber. Mrs. John Burkhardt and hei niece, Gay Sharon of Chicago, arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. Burk- hnrdt's bother, Mrs. A. J. Sharon und her brother-in-law and sister Make mealtime refreshment time Wherever you go, ice-cold Coke is almost always at your elbow. It belongs beside your plate, too. Enjoy it right from the frosty bottle. • OTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTON, ILL "Cokt" It a rtglttind lradinnark. 1952, THE COCA-COIA COMPANY SPECIAL 100°° ALLOWANCE! TO PURCHASERS OF NEW 1952 48" JETrTOWER DISHWASHER WITH HYDRO-ELECTRIC CONTROL Toinlroilueclhcnew 1952 Yonngslown Kitohrns 4S* Jet-Tower Dishwjishcr with Hydro-Electric Control, we are making the above olTcr to purchaser^ who will promise to show ami explain it to live friends, neighbors, or relatives. No other method washes dishes so clean, so fast! In less llian ten minutes, dishes . . . even pots and pans . . . are washed, flushed and rinsed in water hotter than your hands could stand. 58 jets of booster-heated water brush-scrub dishes from top to bottom . . . hy- gienieally clean, sparkling bright! Hurry! Take advantage of this ofTer todayf Kll'ective from March 15 to May 111, 1952. •>75,00 ollowanci on th« 27" modtl. YOUNG5TOWN KITCHENS 48" ELECTRIC SINK Retail price $429 95 Specio/ allowance 100°° You pay only $329 93 EASY TERMS 105* Voungslown Kitchens Electric Sink, 48* wide. Jet-Tower Dishwashing, full sink facilities. Food Waste Disposer and rinse spray available at extra coil. Voungstnwn Kitchens new 1952 Jet-Tower Dishwasher-compact 37" wide. FREE Monthly Payments on Labor and Materials. Plan an Added Room, New Roof, Sidewalks - Any Remodeling or Improvement. GINTER-WARDEIN CO. 450 FRONT ST. DIAL 3-3588

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