PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON fiVfiNWO TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 27, Trend ts Turning Tight Races Predicted in 36th Senatorial District * HARMN An the date of the primary approaches, candldntex for legislative post* from the 36!h senatorial'district are intensifying their campaign and doing their best to see as mnny voters ns possible. The district comprises the counties of Arlnms, Pike, Scott, and Crithonn. Ailiim* county, with a population exceeding .that of the other three counties, consistently sends more men to the legislature than any other county. Democratic Incumbent senntor, Russell A. Walters of Adams coun- ly, has no primary opposition in his bid for n second term. How- Uver, the Republicans have thrw candidates for the posj and nil tire making a determined campaign. They are: Lllllnn COUPON Worth . . . of Qulncy. Paul Flndley of Pittsfield, nnd Charles M. Hagen of Brussels. In the primary election each pnrty will nornlnnlc two men for ntnle representative nnd each pnrty has three r:«ndidntnS, The Democratic ballot Is headed by Incumbent Roy Donohoo of Pittsfield. who will be opposed by Riis- sell M. riunn and Frcrl L. Goodwin. both of Adnms county./ On the Republican ballot will nppenr the names of IncumBent If, B. Ihnen of Adams, Georfie Wilson of Haylls, and Russel Bugby of Pittsfleld, The last assembly had two Republicans from the district nnd one Democrat. Republican W. J. Thornton of Nebo, died cnrlv In his second term and Sale of Jersey Schools Approved JERSEYVFLU? — The propwH* tlon for *a1e of 18 iichool propartlP* In Jorsey county Community Unit Dlslrlrt No. 100 carried at the election held Saturday. Kl(?hleen w0arnt.e firopw"!'"^* were submitted to the votm aid carried In each Inainnce, A very srmill vtfe was cast. Proposition 5, tvhlrh wn* for the xslf of Ornnf School site, had »he not replnred. tintII the pnst few yearn thr- 36th dlHlrirt was strongly Demo- rrnllr nnd the Rermblirarm ran only one candidate for the House of HepresentMllves. However, the trend has turned gradually and both partlen have been placing two candidates for the last neveral primaries. Close race* are pre- WM dieted on both ticket*. narrowest margin for "Y*>s" on the ballot, the vote being 143 for and 120 agaltlst. The fact that the voters favored the sale will now be certified to the trustees of schools of the townships and th*y will, within 80 dayn, tet the date of sale. The first 18%roj»sltlon were for the sale of both the school sites and buildings of Buena Vista, Centennial, Douglas. Franklin, Grant, Henderson, McKlnley, Paradlie, Grove, Pleasant Hill Shakerag, Washington (East). Washington (West), White Rose, Mberty and Tren$ School. Proposition 17 was for the stile of thcthf site formerly known as Blnck Jack School, and Proposition 18 was for the xalo of the school buildings formerly known as Fremont School. «.lrtm.-.. I.IWMM Highly priced books made for the early kings and popes were so expensive that they actually cost their weight In gold. Teleeraoh Want Ads "CLICK" ftatltitlto BCTHALTO.-Dr. .and Mrs. W. J. Reuter, owners of the Jagmer Kennels here, took two of their prize dogs to Indianapolis to the Hoosler Kennel Club Show Fast week-end and came home with four ribbons and a cup. On April 5-6 the dogs will be entered in the St. Louis snow. Trailer from Bethalto Eastern Star* attending the associate party In Highland Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Yeck, Mrs. Gordon Dnrr, Mrs. Rosco* Sltze, and Mrs. G. A. Ellspermann. Mrs. Irene Ycck spent Tuesday In Greenville with her parents. Her father, who has been 111, is Improved, Mrs. Vernellc McGaughey attended the luncheon In Alton toda/ for Republican committee women. Pfo. Jim Zlmmermann Is here on furlough at the home of his parent«, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Zim- mermanh. He will leave for Port Benning, Ga., April S. Church Services At Greenfield Flothlifllit & Ctfe 79* With I £v (Mo coupon : Premium Quality VH**w«fNOTOIOU N* Better QU At Any »|.S» Price. 2-Oal. 0«h ... . • Inc. tax Keg. 410.10 90.00 O Sate, »pcedy Easy rolling. ;\ J1 ,«fM«f City Lcogu* •ASIIALL 89o .Horschlde, reg ilxe. sun COUPON Worth . . . 21' ton purchase WHISK BROOM Reg. with 1 coupon LIMIT ONI FIPWWWWW^WWWWWWWWWWW Week-End Bargains . bu Can't Afford To Miss Buy New at EXTRA Savings-Most Hems still 10% Dewil 4TH AND STATE DIAL 2-7231 Wfcy Piy Tt $40 IbtwWrtT $A| 95 Country Club PREMIUM MASTIC Co«hAM*i Coupe »13.45 famous, fftdtproaf "SUM- plaiUe with,.gum«d vinyl trim MI*. iUK-Ukt rayon •jclrtiiu. AlTth* color/of tht rainbow from *hleh to chooM. Actually rtyltd Ilk* coveri cottlni up r to |60t Country Club Deluxe Fiber Covers. Coaches and sedans only, N6101-76...$12.50 Coupe $7.45 Tru«ton« $9 1 .OB Only •«• Wnlnut, Pins- tic. ,D2.l(W Mnrocm, siuul, Ivory. $11.80 D2109 I I License FRAMI ""*• AQc nse O5IC Chrom* Adjustable tun* iJttll R«tr $!.«» «1.»ft I ICI CUII TlUY Pull-up handle. Lou Boudrcou FUlfer't •!•«! Keg. $4-29 M.7» *• Top cowhid*. on ir«i«». COUPON Worth . . . 110' Swinging •^MnFnlHB • 36c Amusing antics when car is moving, cami CNMtl Universal Auto ASH TRAY Only OOC Mount with vacuum cup, clip or pin. "New-Engine") Your Car I With A I Wixard-ixed Engine H link '16 f *r a« llttl* at oo DOWN f, Plymouth, fentiat, Mercury, Dodge, Oldt., ChrytUr, D* Solo, Stud*bati*r HAND GARDEN TOOLS 3ror57C 18-i«uge iteel. Strong, durably XI414.7».I» Sealed Beam NU0LAMK $1.29 Also types for. fog, spot, driv- ingl AUTO NEEDS AT LOWEST PRICES DRESS UP ... FIX UP YOUR CAR! COUPON Worth . . . on ourchosc of Oortm lii« t Re*. $1.36 with |1.72 I coupon . LIMIT ONt GREENFIELD, March 27.^ George F. McCowan has announced the sermon topic for thfr 16:40 a. m. service Sunday at the First Baptist Church will be: "Accepting the Challenge." Arc Informal fellowship service will be held at 7:30 p. m. The Youth Pellowihlp will meet at 8 o'clock, tyembers of the choir for the Easter services will have a rehearsal at 7 p. m. Wednesday at the church. The Rev. George Mayo will conduct morning worship service Sunday at the Rockbrldge Methodist | Church at 9 o'clock and at the reenfleld church at 10:40. The Youth Fellowship will meet at 6 m. Twelve candidates have enrolled In the church membership classes and the group will meet at 2 p. m. Saturday at the church, e Rev. Mayo Is conducting the classes. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD.~Pfc. C. Coonrod Ir., who recently completed ft course in high speed radio opera- or service, has left for Seattle, Wnsh.. after spending a furlough Guaranteed 5 Years! NEOPRENE GARDEN HOSE 25 SQ.90 Ft V 50 Ft. 2x1108 $7.15 Rayon cord reinforced. 5XM14 Tough flexible Rubber WIZARD GARDEN HOSE Cotton braid reinforced. Full flow brass couplings ^" dlatn. 25 ft. 50 Ft. 2x1125 15.85 i; $3.25 COUPON Worth . . . 60' Rubber Imk-Typt Door Mot Reg. $1-05 with $1.65 I coupon. * LIMIT TWO Mcadowhrook MEAOOWBROOK.-Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Crockett of Alton, parents of Mr«. Juanita Slmonln, vUlied Tuesday with Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd SImonin and children. Mm. May Gibbons and son, Donny of Arizona, who are *n mrt* to New York, left Tuesday to continue their trip after visiting * few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rlckmann ' and daughter, Darlene. Mrs. Gibbons and Donny will sail Tuesday for Welsbaden, Germany, to Join their husband and falher, Sgt. J. B. Gibbons. , Mr. and Mrs. Levert Hughes and daughter, Carol, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. CJetu* Budde and daughters, Barbara and Patty at Hartford, Saturday. Chain-link fences are being erected at Rulsllp, England, to keep horses out of gardens. Read Telegraph Want Ads with his parents. Mrs. Robert Burroughs and daughters, Susan and Sally, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs. Mrs. Burroughs is residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Brown In Licking, Mo., while Lt. Burroughs is overseas. Gladiolus Society to Meet at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE, Mftfeh 21— The local chapter of Illinois Glad- lolus Society has slated its «pring meeting at f :30 tonight In tht «onv munity room of the fidwardsvluil bank building. Color slides have been obtained from George Lalch* nationally* prominent flower showman and grower of New Albany, tfid., and these will be shown. Plans are to be discussed for the seventh annual southern Illinois gladiolus show,,jat Edwardsvlllo July 20. Tonight's meeting Is open to anyone Interested In growing or showing gladiolus. t Trawler to Be Factory Scotland's first floating factory, n trawler, now Is being built on the east coast, Lelth reports. The vessel will produce fish meal, liver oil and preserved fish skins. Catches, too, will be quick frozen lilleted and packed In cellophane, ready for the market. The holds are lined with non-toxic aluminum plates to prevent contamination of the /ish and the trawler's upper structure will be made of aluminum so as to increase her speed. FOR LINOLEUM OF QUALITY SEE ECONOMY WAY BELOW PRE-WAR 1939 PRICES ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED! SPECIALS GOOD MARCH 28 APRIL 3 FOOT WIDE Just Think Folks, a Room 12x15 Costs $9.36 SEE FOR YOURSELF! 12 WIDE LINOLEUM OPEN FRI. EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. 9x12 Borderless LINOLEUMS Reg. $7,95 Value . . . FREE LINOLEUM KNIFE OR PASTE SPREADER? GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF ANY FLOOR OR WALL TILE. RUG BORDERS 24 29 C Wide . 36" Wide . 39 yd, yd, 39 Sq. Yd. Bring- your room measurements RANDOM TILES for Porch or Playroom 12 91.00 Will Wear for for I A Long Time RUBBER BLOCKS 8x6—'/s" Gauge SPECIAL PURCHASE Buy One — Buy 1000 INLAID TILE Standard Gauge Q-,17 EXCITING OX/ COLORS Wi(h Herringbone Effect. ATTENTION HOME OWNERS! Marbleized Inlaid LINOLEUM Beautiful 'Pastel Colors. Reg. $ 1.69 92.29 I sq. FREE I Quart $1,20 Valui ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM WAX With Any Purchase of Armstrong 1 Linoleum. ASPHALT TILE Light Colors Only! "C" COLORS ECONOMY 559 EAST BROADWAY, at the End of Henry Street. LINOLEUM AND RUG COMPANY Dial 2-9411 ALTON I IPRE-EASTER 7 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE VALUES — BE WELL DRESSED FOR EASTER!' ALTERATIONS FREE! WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS SHOP! 2 BIG STORES Alton and Wood River • 816 Belle St., Alton, 111. Dial -J-471? • 36 K. Ferguson, Wood River Dial 4-8433 • Both Stores Open Until 9 P. M. Friday MEN'S NEW EASTER SUITS Gabardines Sharkskins • Worsteds Regularly S45-550 Values e One-button, two-button, single breasteds e One-button, two-button, double breasteds All sizes in many colors and patterns. Others $29.75 to $60.00 SPECIAL GROUP OF MEN'S PANTS • Gabardines • Sharkskins • Worsteds • Many Others Values to $8.9$ Choose i variety of trousers to wear with your sport coat, jackets and sweaters. Alteration^ Free. Others $9.85 to $16.50 Men! You'll Be Well Dressed in One of These FAMOUS Nationally Known Makes • Adam •Champ • LaSalle • Wyncwood • Barrister Choice of many colors and brim styles. All fine quality.
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