Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 39
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 39

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f AGE THIRTY-NIN1 BO WLING ACME ALLEVS 9:15 League American Legion won 3 from Sportsman. Russell-Miller won 3 from Metcalfe-Miller, Chiles won 2 from State Market. Budweiser won 2 from Carter Bros. Bolt Welding won 2 from Joe-Mel. Post Office won 2 from Luken. Ind. high game—E. Bott 223. Ind. high series—E. Bott 578. Team high game—State Market 892. Team hi&ii series—Bott Welding 2519. 200 howlers—Applegate 200, Ooss 214, Huber-208, Nekola 208, Bury 219, Stamrn 206, E. Bott 233207, G. Bott 218. Wednesday Women Try Finer won 3 from Stock. Owlettes won 2 from Lou's Service. ZBrothers won 2 from Al-Theds. Ind. high game—Manns 197. Ind. high series—Taylor 503. Team high game—Tryfiner 827. Team high series—Try Finer 2342. Eagles 254 Bearcats won 3 from Fireballs. Gas House Gang won 2 from Crips. Bald Eagles won 2 from Hawks. Stinkers won 2 from Wildcats. Patron Eagles won 2 from Foots. Beavers won 2 from Crows. Ind. high game—D. Hays 234, Ind. high series—Netzhammer 589. Team high game—Foots 939. Team high series—Foots 2655. 200 bowlers—D. Hays 234, Netzhammer 211-209, Conway 200, J. Hays 205, Fischer 217. Eaton 207, Wrest 220202, Rodl 201, W. F. Gillespie 200. 1:30 Women Tumble Weeds won 3 from Hit & Miss. Fern's won 2 from Pep- perettes. Split Pickers won 2 from Easy Pickins: Ind. high game—Bohart 247. Ind. high series—Bohart 569. Team high game—Pepperettes 767. Team high series—Split Pickers 2161. 200 bowlers—Bohart 247, Bowman 206, Williamson 220. Wednesday Night Merchants Franks won 3 from Beder Grotto. Owls Club won 3 from Russel. Nolls won 3 from Oltimer. Brown Motor won 3 from Alton State Hospital. Schlitz won 2 from Alton Box. Gissler won 2 from Alton Seat Cover. Mississippi Lime won 2 from Suncrest. Ind. high game—Rosenberg 230. Ind. high series—Carr 560. Team high game—Brown Motor 900. Team high series—Gissler 2447. 200 bowlers—Tenison 206, W. Taylor 208, Rosenberg 230, Haycraft 224, Braun 206, Bohn 200, Walkington 210, Carr 218. BOWL INN Sinclair P. F. Helpers won 3 from Pipe- fitters. Operators won 2 from Electricians. Insulators won 3 from Foreman. Pumphouse won 2 from Payroll. Laboratory won 3 from Office. Stillman won 2 from Gems. Ind. high game—Sly 206. Ind. high series—Brazier 544- Team high game—Electricians 821. Team high series—Payroll 2287. 200 bowlers—Sly 206, Pile 201. Metropolitan Greisedieck won 3 from Alamo. Hyde Park won 2 from Playmor. Buck's won 2 from Reese. Bowl Inn won 2 from Goldfarbs.. Ind. high game—Rives 198. Wolff 198. Ind. high series—Miessner 531. Team high game—Buck's 835. Team high series—Greisedieck 2547. • Shell X-100 Engineer Inspection No. 2 won 2 from Bulk Depot. Expr. Lab. won 2 from Teck. Dept. Cat Crackers won 2 from Welders. Cracker Box won 3 from Disp. Office. Ind. high game—C. Martin 202. Ind. high series—C. Martin 581, Team high game—Cracker Box 848. Team high series—Cracker Box 2451. 200 bowlers—C. Martin 202, Stooker 201. Premium Sliell Gas Dept. No. 1 won 2 from Lube Vacuum. Elect. & Mach. won 2 from Alkylation. Cokers won ? from Reformers. Engr. Insp. No. 1 won 3 from Extraction. Ind. high game—Farley 238. Tnd. high series—Thompson 612. Team high game—Gas Dept. No. 1. 943. Team high series -Gas Dept. No. 1. 2560. 200 howlers-Farley 23R. Niepert 213. Fletcher 200-205, Thompson 209-203-200. Boyd 204, Clem Lnbine Comes Up With Sore Arm BRADENTON'. Fia., March 27 — JP — Righthander Clem Labine, counted on by the Brooklyn Dodgers to take up gome of the slack caused by Don Newcombe's induction into th« Army, has a sore arm. The youngster has a knot on the ipnerside of the right elbow. Archibald 209, McConnetl 221. WOOI) KIVKR HOWL Wednesday Ladles Matts won 3 from Connors. Garre! ts won 3 from Harrietts. Donna Ray won 2 from Alamo. VFW Aux won 2 from Wells Schmidt. Costanzo won 2 from Phoebes. Charlies won 2 from Italian Lodge. Individual high game: Langreder 208. Individual high series: Stanich 531. Team high game: Alamo 753. Team high series: Garretts 2052. 200 Bowlers: Langralor 208, Stanich 200, Boedekcr 201. Senior Merchant* Moose won 3 from Stuart. Lashley Mohme won 2 from 204 Seniors. Skaggs won 2 from VFW Post. Odd Fellows won 2 from Hofgren. Kellys won 2 from Weavers. Charlies won 2 from 9th St, Grocery. Individual high game: Kochan 243. Individual high scries: Kochan 591. Team high game: Lashley Mohme 924. Team high series: Lashley Mohme,2691. 200 Bowlers: Kochan 243, Luckert 219, Grove 213, V. Barnhart 203, Kladar 207, Moore 201, Hofgren 208, Broadway 202, Nelson 203. Carrol I ton Ping Pong Meet Won By Methodisls CARROLLTON — The singles inter-church ping pong tournament for persons over 20 years of age, was held Monday evening in the basement of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Dale Clough and Robert Driver of the Methodist Church, were winners in the women's and men's divisions. Mrs. Henry Wagner of the Christian Church won second place in the women's division and Gerald Garratt of the Christian Church was second and Robert Blackstone of the Presbyterian Church third in the men's tournament. The Methodist Church is leading in both the adult and the youth groups in points. The doubles table tennis tournament for the adult group will be held Monday night, April 21, at the Presbyterian Church. Former Friends Meet The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer L. Setterlund of the Presbyterian Church were surprised by a visit Friday to their home of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Robbins of MacMurray College, Jacksonville. Dr. and Mrs. Robbins and the Rev. Setterh'.nd was formerly members of the faculty of Hastings Shlpman SHIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl entertained at dinner Tuesday evening in observance of (he sixth birthday of their son, Franklin. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fife, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Christopher nnd Mrs. Anne Kahl. Mrs. Maud Shultz and Helen accompanied hy Miss Florence Mathle of Alton, left Tuesday for a vacation In Florida. Mrs. Holland Scott attended the Mississippi Valley beauty and fashion show at the Jefferson hotel in St. Loni* Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Myrtle Lynch returned Monday from a visit with her) daiiKhler. Mrs. Billy Heyen andj family. I)orchester. ! Hill Sht'lfon and Calvin Krlwnrds were weekend guests of Dean Bunt of Mnrphysboro. The Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Stokes left Monday for several days visit at Bridgeport, 111. Mrs. Earl Dry, Mrs. Marshall Halliclay. and Mrs. William Cromwell were in Alton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs and sons were guests Sunday of Mrs. Skaggs parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Thomas of Alton, honoring the birthday of the host. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Carl Lueking and family. oT Bunker Hill. ' Mrs. Lydia Kddington and children. Freda and George, were dinner gtioKls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Montgomery. W. K. Breitwiser nnd son, August, and Mrs. Anne Knhl were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Christopher, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore, Bobby Moore, and Mrs. Geneva Hembrow of Fidelity, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Moore Sunday. Mrs. L. M. Reltz, Miss Elizabeth Belt/, and Mrs. Archie Cunningham of St. Louis, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. \V. Miller. Robert Burnett and son, Harold, attended the Texaco banquet at While Hall Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Barnes of Nilwood: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Albert and son of Girard; Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Eppell, Mrs. Ixella Paddock and Miss Quindara Paddock of Alton, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Albert. Mr. and Mrs. Will Blotna and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Myers and daughters of Bunker Hill, were guests Sunday of Mr. Blotnn's mother, Mrs. Nella Werts, of Fnsterburg, Mrs. Daisy Williamson of Gillo- sple, is n guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. V. Blumsteln. Mr. and Mrs, L. O. Hohlmeyer visited Sunday In the home of their son, Arnold, near Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. George Blotrw nnd family were Sunday evening guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Blotna. Orlle Bouillon, Lester McCormick, and Raymond Haworlh visit- e dLawrence Albert, Monday. flock Slide Blocks I.T. Bluff Line Tracks A rock slide onto the bluff line motorcar tracks of the Illinois Terminal, about a mile and a half downstream from Clifton Terrace, blocked the tracks at 3:35 p.m. Wednesday. Alton police received notice of the slide from a telephone call by Wilbur Wonnacott, Police notified Francis (Buster) Thurer, chief clerk to the I.T. superintendent, and also called Bert Rlchey, Godfrey township supervisor. Thurer said today B Terminal employe Investigated the slide nnd, with the help of A passerby, was able to remove the boulders blocking the track so the motorcar that left Alton for Grafton nt -1:10 p.m. was not delayed. This morning a Terminal track crew completed the job of removing the slide debris. Police Cnr Mistaken for Tn*l OKLAHOMA CITY /!• - Officer Bill Krtieger wishes the Police Department would change the signs on his official car. Painted above I ho department emblem on both sides Is Iho word, "Taxicab." The bottom word of bis title-".Inspector" is simply ignored. College at Hastings, Neb., and had not seen one another since the Rev. Scttbrlund left the college in December,, 1939, to accept a pastorate in Colorado. h Its BIGGER... 8, in Power, Performance, Economy!" * <i __ j "/tmeefs MORE of my needs MOKE of the time/" ' the FAR MORE POWERFUL When these farmers saw the Ferguson "30" walk away with three big bottoms in tough nod, they wondered where all thie power came from. The •ecret, of course, in the great new Ferguson engine ... * mighty engine, with enortnoue lugging power . . . working as an integral unit with the on* nnd only Ferguson Sy«te,m. Atk ut for a -SHOWDOWN" DEMONSTRATION •• y*ur form I FARMERS TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO. BETHALTO ROAD DIAL 4-3837 EAST ALTON 1-150-51 FERGUSON TRACTOR AND 63 FERGUSON SYSTEM IMPLEMENTS TIME FOR Here's what we ivill do,.. Distributor CLEAN and ADJUST Spark Plug* CUKCK and TIGHTEN All Connections CLEAN and ADJUST Carburetor CHECK Voltage Regulator and TIGHTEN Wire Connections DRAIN and Radiator BROTHERS INC, Your Friendly Ford l)«»<ilc»r 1400 EAST BROAIWAV—AI.1ON Dial 3-5531 A SPRIM, TUNE-UP For O/i ly S 13'" Is Today! WHY PAY $49.95! *».M Wee*/? »<" •' it" tilt • New opalescent colors! • Complete with chain sruard, side kick stand! AMAZING FREE TUBE OIFER! Offer Ends Saturday! Tire And Tube 6.50-16 $19 19 #801 TIRI AND TUBE! BOTN FOR Tire And Tube 6.50-15 5 H.P. OUTBOARD Oe/uxe Twin" 1JIOOO $2.50 Weeli/y |A§Q • Forward! Neutral! Reverse! Automatic recoil etarterl Flashing speed! 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A»*r*v 57« Mixes wilh other brake llui'UI Won't corrodel 4" Eajy fo Inifallt Why pay lut price! Save I C«*r 1.58 COMBINATION CeelMf r Car Nu Cnr- PUlf. Chrorr.a Cleaner 1 Save 1 99' Radiator clean' er, water purnp lubricant NEW 1952 PLASTIC COVERS! 25" $1 IS • New striped patterns! New colors! • Fade-proof Saran Plastic — outlasts any 2 sets of ordinary coversl • Luxurious rayon triml Vinyl piping! GLASS ROD J JO Volu.1 A • Guaranteed not to break! • Ring lock rt-el seat! Anti-Backlash Reel. 4. 98 VISIT COMPLETE AUTO PARTS DEPARTMENT! 400 Belle St Alton, III, Phone 2-9261 AT THIS NEW LOW PRICE 12 95 t>*p»ndobli MARATHON nut TAX AND YOU* 010 TIKI en popular 6.00 11 16 tit* Now, with dependable Marothoni prleirf 10 low thert'i no longer any fl«*d to rlik riding on worn, oniaft llrel. Com* In 10- day and get ntw, taf«r Ooodytar TlfM at thli budgel.ioiy price. OMiY 1.13 A WIIK 1UY» A »AHI RESOLUTE BATTERY » • Packed with Power and Value! • Outporfftrms many Higher Priced Battoriosl • Your best buy in the low price field I • No Charge (or Installationl IXCHANGI GROUP 1 SIZC NOW! a power mower at a price anyone can pay! Buy It on EASY TERMS Cosy to operate — a boy can run It. 18-INCH "WORCESTER" POWER-MASTER tt This summer you won't have to pass up those golf games, fishing jaunts or other recreation you've had to give the "go-hy" so you could cut the lawn! This easily afforded, fast "Power-Master" saves hours of time and leaves you feeling fresh after you've gotten your grass cutting, chore out of the way. What « buy it is — look at these features! • 4 eyile, I HP Brlggi and ftranm tflfliM • Pmltive itartinf artle* • free flooring handle that kti yeo ear* H lit 1/1 the MVdl IfMM • i^ncti reel with I «y««l«l eteel Maeta • H" to IK" ratting helol* • Conveniently locoferf <iutih end Ifcrotflo <•**•)• Come in and look It over. ELECTRIC MOWERS $76.95 to $104.70 16" WoriMtw Moifer LAWN MOWER • Mv«HlghCorbon lladu , . , Iwpcr thorp for K««p» • On«-PI*c* Cuttor lor Knlfo ... of Trialod and Rollod Sltol • Ton Inch toml-*n*a- matlt Tirol on Colt Whoolt • Throo-Soctlonal Mord- wood loll • All Stool Handle wrth Comfortable lubber Orlpi Superb Quality at a Prlcal A mod.rn, good looking mowtr with eat*-of- action built-in . . , glldti thru Iho grau with •ffortUit action ... you hardly realist you're puihing It. And thoio five, carvlng-knlfe-iharp faladei don't mlu a thing .,, not even the tall, tklnny italki you gen.roily go after with a hand clipper. See It NOW and you'll b« tore ANOTHER GOODYIAR VALUI Others As Low As $18.10 Spread it on THICK ;;.or thin with this new 3 Position Adjustable 16" SPREADER $7-48 4NOTHII oooomi VAIUI Spreodf lawn H*d Of fertilizer tvtnly thereby eliminating watl* and loving ftne and money. Gr««n enamel finiih with red rubber lire*. Easily adjutted (9 any one of three lood-po»ilion» by convenient handle on hopper. WELLS TIRE COMPANY 833 K. Broadway I'hoae 3-3131 Alton Wells-Schmidt Tin Saltt 101 K. Ferguson - Phoue 1-3828 - Wood

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