Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
Page 19
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1932 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOB NtNffIf» Brighton Home Bureau JPlaiw Party Monday BRIGHTON. - Th* local home tofirwfa unit tWU stage an "Inter- matirti P«fty" Meftftoy at i :4S p.m. at the home of Mr*. William D. Bates. Plant had been made to have this meetlrtg at the home of the unit chairman, Mrs. Delmar Unvettatt, tot m icwunt of the illneu 6f her mother, It will be held at the Bate*' home. An invitation is extended to anyone interested in learning more •VII Li In Ei 1C End-of-Month SALE QUALITY Aluminum Paint Por ExtoHot or Interior Aluminum Painting Value* MM! quality In a known brand. Ift.Bft Sollax Cleaner For Wall Washing, Faint Cleaning, and general u»e—Fill your house cleaning needs IT* at this price. 28c value llw Patch Plaster and Trowtl Just adi water to this handy material for all plMterlng lobs—Free Trowel and 80 Ibs. ~~ material—Both for SHAPLEIGITS QUALITY Screen Enamel For Wire and'Frames—Renew your screens for suummer now. Worth 8Sc-*-qt> 49c GIANT PACKAGE BURPEE'S Flower Seeds All tils popular flower varieties In a super-size b»f value package of the kind I A* thai teally »rown§ I IMS NO. 9 GALVANIZED Clothesline Be»» made Galvanized Clothesline now for outdoor clothes drying. Regular S1.19. 100 ft. Hickory Charcoal Boy BOW for tummer out-door cooking. up at thli bargain price. Regular 89c, 10 poundi Stock Patent temper, patent ground Hand Saw. Excellent for home and handy man use. f 1.68 ,. I $6" Hand Saws temper, pat w hdjn* an Buy at thin price . , Glass Mall Box AH with alun ld«d beauty I home. Regular $2.2S Sturdy glass with aluminum hardware—Practical and an added beauty touch to your $ | ,88 I Junior Tricycles and Scooters Kid* love 'em—take your choice or buy both at each 81IAPLEIOHVS Lawn Mower Need a new Lawnmower this year—Buy n good one. Ball bearing, 16-Inch cut, $|Q.OS standard brand ShnplolRh. Special at .. IO CLOSE OUT Tvern Brand Quality Waxes, PolUhes, Clcnners, ect. Good House Keeping tested 1 famous Tavern Product* at.... ? SURE GROW LAWN Grass Seed We've sold thousands of pound* at Me—Proved 49e by customer acceptance*— Now at, pound Electric Razor 97.50 Trade-In Allowance On Remington "60" Vour old Electric Razor 1* worth $7.50 on the "World'* Beat" Famous "flO" Remington 9*11.50 Electric Razor. This Sale Only •••• '27 WE PAY YOUR PARKING AT S25 BELLE ST. MILLER' (Miller Lime & Cement Co.) v 519-21 BELLE ST. PHONE 2-1231 Special Values for Friday, Saturday and Monday about home burr/Au work to attend thin meeting. Plan Benefit Cage Game Friday At Graflon GRAFTON. - A benefit basketball game will be played In the school gymnasium Friday evening at 7 o'clock for the purpose of raising funds to purchase a scoreboard for Ihe school. The first game will b* grades five, six, and seven against the eighth grade, and the final game will he the hlfc'h school against the faculty, Ticket* Cln Sale GRAFTON. - The ticket committee for a child welfare program to be held April 19 in (he American Legion Hall at Jerseyvllle. an- nolmnes tickets are now ready for sale. The child welfare program is being sponsored by Jersey county Voiture 40 and 8. Jersey GOP Women's Club In Meet At Grafton GRAFTON — The Jersey County Women's Republican Club met here nt the "Drop Inn" Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. President of the club, Mrs. Txnilsp Parker of Jerseyville, Introduced Pauline B. Rinnker, Cnrlinville, Republican candidate for the house of representatives from Hie 381 h senatorial district, who spoke on "Economy and Morality in the Government." Others present: were: Opal Miller, Nell Nugent;, Edythe Campbell, Bonita Watson, Curnl, Dunlope, Margie Seik, Sally Marshall, Ellis Foster, Lillian Purdy and Dollle Wahl. Plan Square Dance For PTA At Grafton GRAFTON — The local Patent- Teacher Association will spensor a square dance for benefit of the PTA treasury, at the school gymnasium, April 19, beginning at 8 p.m. A string orchestra will provide Ihe dance music and the callers will be Ray Groppel of Nutwood, and Frank Hooper, Grafton. There will be a practice square dance in the gym Saturday night. Ray Groppel will be the instructor. Curd Party a SucceM GRAFTON. — A total of $140 was netted at the annual St. Patrick's card party, sponsored by the men of St. Patrick's Church. The men turned the money over to the Altar SAVE AT BIEDERMANS WITH OUR EASY CREDIT TERMS! NOW WAY T HONOC AND AT THE PRICE OF TV ALONE! you get a complete entertainment unit. . •BIG, CRYSTAL-CLEAR 17-INCH TELEVISION PHONO AUTOMATICALLY PLAYS ALL 3 SPEEDS! RICH, POWERFUL RADIO PLAYS WITHOUT THE TV! NEAREST COMPARABLE SET WOULD BE $379! 249 114 MONTH after down payment compact cabinet takes little space! AT THE FEATURES! black glass rectangular picture tube! 1 year guarantee on all parts! adaptable to UHFI Jbuilf-in aerial! phono intermixes 10" and 12" records! We're offering you 3 television combination with all the features you'd want if price were no object. . . and we're offering it to you for $130 less than you'd pay for any comparable set! And Biedermans can save you even more, because we're the store that gives those big TV trade-ins! Come in!. See this quality-make TV-radio-phonograph combination, yours for the price of a television set alone. A magnificent buy! 2OO MILES HitE DfcLlVERY get our exclusive PURCHASERS PROTECTIVE PLAN at no extra cost/ BROADWAY AND PI ASA Explorer Post of Brighton Elects Eugene St. Tin N n m e d Senior Ocw Leader BRIOHTON — KuRene St. Cln v«s Heeled senior crew loader of Explorer Post No, 39 at a mer-l- r\R of the post Tuesdny evening at he hotnp of John K. .tones, Other officers elected were Bill Oertel, deputy crew lender; Donald Grain m and Hol> Towse, crew lenders; icolt Wellerer, secretary, and Loqls .Stamper, treasurer. A program for the next three months was discussed and out- Ined to include such activities as swimming, bowling, camping and insketball. After the meeting rc- 'reshmenls were served. A staff for the troop flag has icen made and presented to the Boy Scouts and Explorers by Carson Oberlander. Scouts In IMny BRIGHTON ~ Boy Scouts and Explorers will piny basketball April 9 at the hiRli school gym. They will oppose Milton Heights Scout .josl and Iroop teams. Home On Lenvfl BRIGHTON Pvl. Sidney Ansell, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.esler Ansell sr., who has been slHlioned at Indlnnlown Gup, Pa., arrived here last week fo spend! a 20-dny leave ,vlth his parents, his svife and olh- er relatives. He will report to a Society to be used for benefit of the church. New JtfHlilenlft GRAFTON. — New residents in Grafton are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mossman and family, who moved here from Brighton over the weekend, Fire Protection to Be Debated at Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD — A meeting will be held here Friday at 7:30 p. m. In the grade school to did- cuss fire protection for the community. I Toward Leach Is general chairman and the following" were named on a committee to Investigate the purchase of fire engines: Tom Chlsm, Harold Wallner, Clarence Dowland. EdwaM Kallal and William Woods. Every one In the community Is Invited to attend this meeting. Opens Oil Station CHESTERFlELD-Wllllanl Randolph of Palmyra.- has taken over the Shell OH Station here which was recently opperated by Amel Dowland. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph will move to Chesterfield as soon as they ran rent a home. camp In New' Jersey and from there he will be sent to Austria. R«b«kah todg« Meeting BRIGHTON — Kebekfth Lodge will observe "Jolly Dollar" night at their meeting Friday night at 7:30 p. m. Mortey reqelved Is tot I he benefit of the Rebekah Tfome fund. ttrlglitnn Notes RRTGHTON~Mr. and Mrs. Carson Oberlander and daughter, Ju dlth, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon P. Bofl and daughter, Carolyn, nl- (ended Ihe wedding Saturday eve ning of Miss JoAnn Webber anr H. Andrews Jr., a I: the Cherry Street. Baptist Church, and the re ceptlon at the YWCA. Sgt. Jack Grosham and his mother of Hardln, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Gresham's brother, Les ter Aitsell sr., and family.' Sgt: Greshnm has just, returned from ,two years service In Korea, Head Telegraph Want Ads Medora MEDORA— Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sowker and wn, Wrights, spent Sunday with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs, Truman Bowker. Mrs, Lawrenee Thurm Is a pa* I lent nl St. Joseph's Hospital, Alon. Mr*, L. E, Wilton was In Greenfield Tuesday. S. M. Snrglnson. Mrs. Vernon Snrglnson, Mrs. Elmer Well and Mrs. Earl Tungett spent Tuesday In St. Louis. Mr, and Mrs. Russell Reno and son, ShlpnSan township, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns. Mrs. Wayne Chlsm attended a potluck dinner Tuesday at I he home of Mrs, Geno McCrellls, Alton, which was n reunion of former schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs. If. E. Warner spent Tuesday In Jerseyvlllf. 1 and called on relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Claxton and daughter Norma, Alton, were guests Saturday at the home of her mother, Mrs, Claudia HayneH. J. W. Robinson spent Wednesday In Springfield visiting his brothers, J. T. Robinson and William Robinson, Miss May Tober had as guest? Tuesday, Mrs. B. Klrbaek and daughter, Jo Ann, Mrs. Josephine Fitzgerald, Godfrey, and Mrs. Joe Klrsch. Mrs. W. D. Gllworth spent Wed nesday in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klrchncr and family were guests Tucsda.v evening of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Truman Bowker. Mftimoona Sultana, Jn India's recent elections, has become the first woman legislator elected In Bhopnl and the first Moslem woman elected to any legislature GODFREY -4 Harold Republican candidate tof Mitt representative from ths 4?tft dto* rict, *pok(? before the eottiWtM Marine arid St. Jacob* Wom«ft'l Republican Clubs in Marina WH* nesday afternoon. tforaley said he favored legtili* tion requiring men elected td 6f« flee to file statement* oJ thilr irtt worth and liabilities both upfln entering and leavtftg dfflce, Penalties for false atatementt should be made stiff enough to discourage them. Acfdtoftfci Women's Ctttt» At Mlftt* Chocolate Bunnies Match NEW YORK, ff - The Eflltet Parade really gets started before Christmas, That's when leading enndy manufacturers start production lines for the millions of crktoo- lalc bunnies that youngsters see the morning of April 13. SPECIAL PROGRAM Listen in . . WOKZ* Tomorrow... Friday, March 28 5:00 to 5:30 P.M. Hear Louise Interview IMPORTANT . BUSINESS MEN Sponsored by A JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT 4 Alton - Wood Rtv«r AM* DRUGS SAVE WITH SAFETY AT FORD HOPKINS LUX TOILET SOAP 10 PAPER NAPKINS 3 *« 19* ««• 2r~2lj NOXSEMA SKIN CREAM CANDY GUARANTEED FRESH .,'-... TASTY WE WILL NOT BE UNDER. SOLD! WE MEET ALL ADVERTISED PRICES 49c CHOCOLATE COVERED CORDIAL CHERRIES IN CKEAM M & M'« 1C O N V K C T 1 O N I Not J««l Clioonlnlc, Not Ijuit t'«ndy, but k <lt- 1 MRlOU* Illftlll. BEER QOBLETS HOLLOW NTKM BHIQ. IK-*i. israt. iioiiii » full bolilt K ' lui rrttmy cm). Hollow item keep* drink btibblf. •«KT or B |I.«H 3 TOP NOTCH VALUES IOM«INCH NCAVV OAUOt A\\\ I ' AUIMINUM FRY PAN ^<fti QUICK IVIN HUT •OTTOM. HIAVT MlVltlO HI AT MOO* HANDLK. $2,30 VAIUI ARISTOCRAT STURDY POCKET WATCH HMd. 1*4*1 D»nM« Ml*k*l CM* U«b»«* I, ClMr Whit* !«.•.! •4 M*l*l DUI, 8*«M4 VALUES If TO %tM POCKET KNIVES! All type* faoei the •mall pocket tcnlie 'to the Urge ttih«i- nuns type 59c| 2 For f 1 CLEANING & MOTH PREPARATIONS SHOPPERS BARGAINS & HOME NEEDS JOHNSONS I O'ciDAR HAROCLOSSI DRI-GLO CLO-COAT I POLISH tot •Ij'llooti I « 3O« SPdNGt ': IVALON MIRACLE SPONGE 75« VAtUI APEX MOTH CAKES KILLS MOTHS or. WINDEX GLASS CLEANER f CLEANS WITH- .OUT WATER lao-ox. i •OTN Iron 981 59' h~, 25' SUPER RENUZIT Cleani Cloth Rugt, Uphol- it*ry Easily 32 01. 39' LARVEX WITH SPRAYER EASY WAT TO MOTHPHOOr 11x18 INCHI GENUINE CHAMOIS Wlndowt UNTAINTED WOODEN STEP STOOL iSACID MAT 11.30 VAl 59< TEK DtLUXE TOOTH BRUSH SAVI 491 j PUSTK STfllON , |KEFMIGEMTOR| JAR coven j* y/itu« 20 INCH] coco DOOR MAT STRONG - STUBDY 2 ft. SIWID 79'B 2 ro . 69' 7-COIL SPRING CLIP CLOTHCS PIHS Whit* Ht,<i-<x>4 TURN CUFF STYLEl RUBBER GLOVES •WOHTBD sizu 39' WALDORF TISSUE •80 SHUT BOLLS 2 FOK LIMIT 4 AIR.WICI CHLOROPHYLL . KILLS KITCHIN ODORS. xim AH HUSH Il0o Value FAI* 5% Ot. 59'! GADABOUT TRAIN CASE WITH MIRROR SPRINGTIME is PLAYTIME Look $149 ROLLER Mid* by Ih. Mik.ii o( PEPSODENT, GREEN TOOTHPASTE CONTAINS MIRACLE CHLOROPHYLL Nat lor nlnul«i, b qlvM you • ol**a, l moutb •)! Hiy [omg 69' PILES Hurt Likt Sin! 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All C*ll> Slip Slip lole >»i Ska* PAIR SKATES I FOR >JUNM>R| PAIR HEAVY STURDY JUMP ROPE STOPETTE 9' 7BALL NEW iCNICK-INJECTDR GOLD PACK BLADES. wiuou •UY THIM HfRfl THE ORIGINAL SPRAY DEODORANT HouUii lo ikli • ad olatkii: t~ m,, A Wtm, ONLY KREML HAIR TONIC oivis rou "ONf-fWO' ACTION 1-GROOMS HAIil 2-CONDITIONS HAIR VENTILATED ALL METAL WORKMAN'S KIT WITH MNT VACUUM MTTII N»» Imfiaitd Utok $2.75 VALUf OAGGETT I RAMSDai GOLDEN CLEANSING CREAM For ConpUl* Skit, C... AEG. |2.50 FALSE TEETH «•«<. unu NOW ONir 57c. m - RI||»M we* ipok ai (*a4*i *MM I! du« »IU Oniofl dMnut*. H«lp« fO» *- WM» and (Mem* ooculoMd |» o»" ptaiM EnabU* r°» •> cto* loccU yo« bad ttaublt to** (MM*. If Afo> a fam^r. Nor • AM*. A Month i Supply Only b(k umi toww l-oz. BOHLE 93< TON I HOME PERMANENT REFILL MIW M$ri« THAN IVfl MOCfSS N.w TONI CRIMI WAfWQ LOTION, WHITI HAIH LOT1CM SHAMPOO. 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