Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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Sutfflf cane fields cover four-fifths Food spoilage is caused by bac Of the island of Barbados. i tcria. •"YES" PROMPTLY to '4 out of S Wen and women—married of tingle. Cash loans for worthy purpo«s. Phone for 1-visit loan or come in iodayl Chatati or* 3% on unpaid mo to <\SO, J% mo. on bol. from $150 to $300, 1% n mo. on bol. or»f $300 Umi $« •• $»<X» ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 19S2 Carrolltott Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Brannan went lo Chicago Tuesday fo spend (he remainder of the week visiting rclntivcs. Mr. and Mrs. Hersohel Hack- Icy and Mrs. Arthur Kobley, sr., will spend the weekend in Louisville, Ky., at the of Hackley's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robley Hackley. The Rev. and Mrs. Morris Elliott and son, John, of Kansas City, were guests last week of their uncle and aunt, the Rev. and Wood River Merchants THURSDAY EVENING H. • <0».r NHf *«« ***P) 301 •"« «•' AITON ' PhM*. J-MI1 • «•""•«. A. KlMi, YES MANag.r OPEN SATURDAYS «, WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 1 P.M. Umi mtti li tnldenli »l til iim»uiUln| 'ewm DAY UNTIL 9 P. M. "DAY'— r »t>\oUK SHOPPING THURSDAY EVENING Mrs. Elmer L. Setterlund. They were en route homo from the Southern Haptist Convention at Miami, Fin. The Rev. Elliott is the pastor of the Baptist Center in Kansas City. Alr-wavo television allocations made in (he United Stales in 1!>">2 are; expected to mnke television possible for more than half the people of the country. ^^ Kill* germs that cause /Minis FOOT helps heal and clear It! Zcmo - a doctor's highly me<»<*tcd antiseptic —promptly relieves itchy soreness of cracked, peelitiff toes. Zcmo also kills on contact Rcrm* that most commonly cause athlete's footjtneliw prevent reinfection, henlsnnd clears this condition. —— [cte's foot. It helps ZEMO ALTON'S LARGEST CREDIT JEWELERS CARSON JEWELERS A ONE WEEK ONLY FEATURE GREAT VALUES AND FAVORITES FOR GRADUATION!! FATHER'S DAY!! OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9:00 P. CARSON JEWELERS ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS >*»T YOU'D THINK WE WERE FROM THE WAY PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT IN THIS RING SALE. WE'VE TAKEN MANUFACTURERS' OVERSTOCK. SALESMAN'S SAMPLES, AND OTHER SPECIAL PURCHASES -PUT THEM ALL IN ONE LOT -ALL AT ONE PRICE - $19.52 VALUES TO $59 AND MORI! EVERY RING DN THE STORE... PRICED TO GET ACTION _ - -- 'BUT X /"TIAi » i ^ *C Wtfl LADIES'& WEN'S Rings of every description—for, Men and Women — for young and old ...all stylos, all sixes, all kinds. All are solid 10 kt GOLD, too ... NOT gold plated or gold washed, but gold through and through. And' the workmanship is a quality that you usually find only fo rings selling for two or even three times this special price. • . A trcmendo'u ictceticm at (hit SPECIAL price. Many oth?«, Dioitiohtlii all m NO MONEY DOWN! Pay Only 1.00 Weekly! w^W^ i^^V IWWf^^W* Y^^J^P.-/ T'/< Come eipectinq sensational values. You won't be disappointed! i \\ i\V Because here in one smashing event are ringi of all different j'j typei—all at the one price —and all tuch values you'll be amazed. ;V, Designs are Traditionally periect, reflecting that perfection in }V ^t workmanship that's to important in a gold ring. Stones are either <V--j *^j genuine or synthetic; no imitations. ALL are pure 10 kt GOLD — 'V! iu»* *he correct karat designation to give you the utmost in both ,[ beauty and long wear. fi 0 RINGS FOR MSN AND WOMEN-ALL AOtS. GIFT RINGS, HAT(RNAlV>- .' RINGS, BIRTHSTONE RINGS, FRIENDSHIP RINGS, ANNIVIRSARY RINGS, V* MQPfRN DISIGNS. TRADITIONAL STYLES. EVERYTHING! W HlittUitiwts w* bsw rtajs is «s wh. • Man/ ore one of o fund 1 And becaute we ve grouped the enl^e /' lot at ONf P/?/Cf, many show greoler individuol ' X ' «oving» So we urge you lo COWf EARLY FOR B6ST CHOICE I ? H£K£ Akl JUST A FEW OF THE 1&&&M$ MAtjY «/N6S FEATURED IN THIS ^aMUj^«ia. DRAMATIC SALE! :^^ : ^ ; ^ Ouubii Head 1 igci E re Didiiiund and Aqui UtdiiiunU linn IcinjIilD DIJIIIUMI] mil Uuyi J.'llJ Uc^icc MJIUIIII Sapphlie <nd UldinuilO ftubr J»J Diamond Onyi UuinOlill & Initial i jdlci 1 Men l Genuine Ul^luulil) Hlliji fulciiUl; b^ncli (jciidlin UMJI Nc/iulHci /licuiii Wpptillei li^ci t/ci Eailcin Mm Hubici YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT TO TAKE AOVANIASE Of W SENSATIONAL VALUES IN THIS SALE Of RINGS. CARSON JEWELERS 215 W. THIRD ST, ALTON, III. PHONE 2-3912 IE CANNOT ACCEPT PHONE OR Mill QIOERS IT THIS SPECIAL PRICE. WE WILL, HOWEVER, (IVEIAYIWIY TERMS Medora Rainbow Officers Seated Miss t.ois Waggoner New Worthy Adviser I MEDORA. — Newly-elorted of ficcrs of (ho local Assomhly, Order of Hainhow for Girls, were seated Monday evening, at special ceremonies held at the high school arious cemeteries of the commun- ty. They will go lo the Medora cemetery first, then Summerville, hen back to Maple Lawn and rom there to the Kemper ceme- ery. SfnfPN To Close MEDORA -- Stores here •lose Decoration Day at 9:30 a.m. ind remain closed for the remainder of the day. Jacoby Brothers ambulance. Walter Twoomoy was removed to Alton memorial Hospital Monday afternoon by Jacoby Brothers ambulance. Twoomey was stricken at his place of business on South Slate street early Monday after- will noon. Miss Mary Kathryn Warner was installing officer; Miss Hazel Harrison, installing chaplain; Miss Carol Fensterman, installing musician; Miss Thelma Young, in stalling marshal; Miss Shirley Gross, insta'ling recorder; Mis? Mary Jane Stevens, soloist, anc Candy Coleman, flowe. girl. Miss Lois Ann Waggoner, daugh ler of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wag goner, of Piasa, was installed a.« worthy adviser, succeeding Miss Mary Kathryn Warner. Other officers installed were Jo Ann Stevens, worthy associate adviser; Virginia Chism, charity; Carolyn Bolt, hope; Evelyn Rhoads, faith; Carol Fensterman. chaplain; Connie Meyers, drill | leader; Alice Jean Hunt, love; I Vera Young, religion; Barbara I Harlan, nature; Rebecca Hunt, Nancy Masterson, patriotism; Shir ley Krause, service; Gloria Rhine, confidential observer; L o r e 11 a Rilchoy, outer observer; Barbara Harrison, choir director; Mary Ellen Garret!, musician, and Phyllis Mod ford, soloist. Miss Waggoner was crowned by Miss Helen Warner, retiring worthy adviser. Miss Warner was presented a past worthy adviser's pin by Miss Carolyn Bolt. Past worthy advisers of the Medora Assembly, worthy matron and patron of Medora City Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, and the worshipful master of the Fidelity Lodge, AF & AM., were introduced by Miss Waggoner. She also introduced all her relatives in'attend- ance and Miss Warner introduced her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Warner and her sisters TVIiss Waggoner and Miss Warner both gave talks. Mrs. Rose Orth, mother adviser, also gave a lalU when she presented merit badges to 23 of the Rainbow girls for out-.; standing work and services rendered. Miss Virginia Chism was the outstanding merit girl for the past term. Refreshments were served by the past worthy advisers to the 125 guests present. Memorial Services MEDORA — Members of the local post of the American Legion will meet at Bowker's Restaurant Friday morning and will leave from there at 8 p.m. to visit the Jormoyvlllo Hospital Not on JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Mary Garner was removed from her home in this city Friday evening by Gtibser ambulance to the Alton Memorial Hospital. She was brought home Monday. Stephen Thurston was removed from his homo here Monday afternoon to the Alton Memorial Hospital by Gubser ambulance. James Moreland was taken to (he Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton Monday afternoon by The American Bible Society distributes Bibles in 50 nations. r H'lVakiniilPs' \ i N - "' ' "•' ' "' , HIiilcsMolorsi « Mil I> MOTOHS Big Buy For Small Fry POPOVER SHIRTS Just POP-it's on! The new gay style for kiddies in washable woven cotton, pre-shrunk to keep its size and fit forever, and trimmed with combed cotton ribbed-knit neckband and bottom. They're colorful, cool, and so inexpensive you can buy several! UfT Snap fasteners «t shoulder. S*izes 1,2, 3 UGHT Sizes 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8....- S 1 THE CHILDREN'S SHOP 112 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL. "UNCLE" DICK SLACK'S ALTON STORE Has patented PADLOK inner fasteners as shown below. They eliminate annoying lufts and buttons. Deep inside where you can't feel them, they lock upholstery layers to the coils so they can't shift into lumps and hollows THIS TIME get a mattress that will stay comfortable a LONG TIME. No otht-r mattress is made the patented Triple Cushion way. The comfort is built in, then LOCKED in; guarded against getting lumpy; protected against wearing into hollows; made for e*tra years of wonderful, wonderful sleep, You'll get new-mattress luxury for all the years you own it 1 MATTRESS or BOX SPRING '59 .SO NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGE FOR CONVENIENT TERMS! It's an Extra Saving. FREE DELIVERY TO 200 MILES 203 W, Third St. ALTON. ILL. OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P. M.

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