Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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-PAOITEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1M2 EXPERT SERVICE! TELEVISION or RADIO • Our Phllco trained technician* can fit any Television or Radio get in a jiffy! U'e MM proud of our scrv- \tt record! DIAL 2*2623 FOR QUICK SERVICE HOWARD ft WELLS Appliance Mart 107 W. FOURTH ST. PHONE 2-2H28 Dedicate Roxana Park Equipment ROXANA- Dedication of the new playground equipment at 1ho Dads' Club Park and the annual fish fry j wns hold Sunday at the park grounds. Mayor William Stoneham of Wood River gave the principal address. Russell Bell, secretary of the Wood River Chamber of Commerce was master of ceremonies and introduced Mrs. John Kleeman, counselor of the Girls Club, A bicycle from the club was pre- lUSAD TEL80HAPH WANT ADS Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" -GET OUT OF DEBT- Let BUDGET PLAN get .you out of debt on payments you can afford, regardless of how many you owe. No security or endorsers, not ft loan company — one place to pay. 3 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU THE BUDGET PLAN ST. LOUIS 316 N. 7th St. 2nd Floor MA. 3035 ALTON 201 West 3rd 2nd Floor ALTON 2-9911 K. ST. LOUIS 245 Colllnsvlllf 2nd Floor Bit. flOtO Footnotes FOR THE sented to the mother of Norman Stearns, a polio victim. Miss Mary I,ou McDonough made the presentation. At first the rluh derided to buy a wheel chair hut changed their decision upon advice of the physician. Others introduced hy Bell were Sharron Stagnor. president of the Girls' Club, and several members of the newly organized Boys' Club, Mrs. Agnes Holliday. chairman of the Tiny Tots committee, and Mrs. Marie Wesloe, vice president of the Girls Club Auxiliary. Winners of prizes offered by I he Dads' Club were Mrs. Sam Sanders, first prize of a television set, and Mrs. Violet Watts of Norlh oxana. a glass rod and reel and her fishing equipment and an utomatic .22 rifle. Playground Schedule ROXANA — The playground at he Dads' Club Park will open aft- r school closes. Various organ- ;ations will assist in (he organ- ed play. Monday and Friday, the Girls' lub and their sponsors, the Girls' lub Auxiliary, will conduct the ay periods; Tuesday, the Baptist hurch will be responsible under direction of Mrs. Veda Pruelt nd Mrs. Wilfred Ma.ior; Wednes- ay. the Dads' Club Auxiliary •>aded by Mrs. Joim Aikin, will -• in rliarRiy. Thursday, the Moth- list Church with Mrs. J. Fred ongshore as chairman will be re- ponsible and the Dads' Club lembers will supervise play Sat- rday and Sunday with Lindcll ohnson as chairman. note Wide Open Spoces/ / WpNDEftFUt WEDGES r in mm SMOOTH IFATHfft at *• coolest pric* in town) If Doesn't Cost Much to Hov« fvn in WHITE BUCKLE CASUALS $499 You eon hovt tht»e frisky little flatties, any ««lor you want...and could you hop* for a mort ••rufbl* prlctl Also in white leather. The ruins of Jarmo in Iraq, un- ovcrcd recently by archaeologists, re remains of a village believed to ave thrived between 5000 and 6000 .C. JcrscyCOPWomcn Name Delegates JERSEYVILLE. — The Republican committeewomen of Jersey county chose Mrs. Carl Keehner as delegate and Mrs. Lee Nail, alternate to the Republican stale convention to be hold in Springfield, June 23. at a meeting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Nelson. Mrs. Edith Calhour of Grafton. I committee chairwoman, presided ! at (lie meeting. Mrs. Calhoun was ire-elected committee chairwoman of Jersey county and Mrs. Leo Nail, secretary-treasurer, following the meeting. Mrs. Nelson serv ed refreshments. Loaves for Alaska j JERSEYVILLE. — Robert Bow] man. nephew of Mrs. Howard K. i Parker, who has been attending : the Missouri School of Mines in JRolla, Mo., left Tuesday for Alas- j ka, where be will work with his father during Che summer months. Former Resident Here, JERSEYVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell of San Francisco, , Calif., arrived Saturday for a visit 'with the latter's nephews, Paul and Stewart Sweeney, and other i relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. j Mitchell was formerly Mrs. Agnes Brown of Jerseyville. Diseases Prevalent In Western ; Jersey ' JERSEYVILLE. — An outbreak I of measles was. reported in the Richwoods Township area this week. Mumps have also been prevalent in the locality. Here in the city there are many cases of mumps among children of pre-sehool age. Spends Weekend With Mother JERSEYVILLE. -Harold Beach, Park Ridge, III., formerly of Jerseyville, spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Wilma Beach, and with other relatives and friends. After Full JERSEYVILLE. — Mrs. Elizabeth Piggolt, who has been a patient at Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carroll ton, was brought to her fracture* Hip SHIPMAN. — Miss Abbie Dorlson, 80, fell at her home Friday evening and was taken by ambulance Saturday to the Macoupln Hospital in Carllnville. Examination disclosed a fracture of the left hip. _ home Sunday by Gubser ambulance. Mrs. Piggott sustained injuries recent^ during a fall at her home. (or All Occasions MARTIN HARTMANN -JEWELER- J. J. NEWBERRY CO. MEN'S WHITE "NAVY" SHORTS Regular 89c Values While They Lust Open Friday Xlftht Till 5HM OPEN THURSDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY IT No Trade Necessary 1952 DeSoto 4-Door 6 Cylinder 1952 DeSoto 4-Door Firedome 8 Cylinder $400 Discount Yes! It's True Broun Still Gives the Best Deal! JOHN T. BROWN DIAL 3-3535 1610 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-3534 Most congenial little flats you •ver introduced to your Summer and vacation • bound feet 1... at tuck pleasing little pnc«sl White leather. Here's a real buy in smart footwear for fun and play White Leather Flat Sandals FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSE denier 89C pair 9 Fairs $2.50 OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P, M. Closed AH Day Decoration Day 123 WEST THIRD NOW AIR-CONDITIONED for your shopping com/on To the DOCTORS of ALTON (I.) Wired-together tprings in ordinary mattretiet tag together, (r.) 837 Beautyrest coils or* separate—act independently. (top) Ordinary mattresses sag. Result curved spine, poor rest, (bot.) Beautyrest coils support Result, straight spine, right rest Gentlemen; We are pleased to offer a new product by Simmons, which you may have read about in your professional literature. The new Extra-Firm Beautyrest mattress by Simmons is the product ol innumerable tests which have determined that it is especially suitable for those of your patients who require a firmer mattress support. You are also aware that the average "firm" mattress does not give the degree of support required. Simmons developed and constructed this new mat- tresson the findings of radiologists, laboratory engineers, and allied research experts Further, special equipment was designed by the United States Testing Co. (an independent research organization) to measure the comparative firmness of a large group of mattresses. In this test, the new Extra-Firm Beautyrest was firmer than all the other mattresses lested. Second in firmness was the Standard Beautyrest. The "posture-right' support attributed to this new mattress was demonstrated graphically in laboratory experiments Simmons patented individual coil construction offers firmness witliuui rigidity, perfect support without inflexibility You can confidently recommend the new Beautyrest Extra-Firm mattress by name. Your patients may also be pleased to learn that we offer this unusual new mattress on our usual convenient payment terms. OPEN THURSDAY EVENING TIL 9 P.M. OPEN AN EASY PAYMENT ACCOUNT Simmons mokes Beautyrest In two models. The Extra-Firm and Stand- ord (Normal-Firm). Same construction, quality, price. Each $69.50 f! STOBfi THAT QVAUTV WIMT. 417 |. BROADWAY AIT0N PHONE 3-5541

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