Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Greene Teachers Exam Set June 13 CAKROLLTON - The regular quarterly teacher's examination will be Riven, Friday, ,Tune 13 In the office of G. W. Lowe, county superintendent of school*. Teachers who wish to take this examination must contact the eounty superintendents office al' once In order that the questions might be secured. Accepts New Position CAnROLTON-Ray Ballard, son of Mrs. C. W. Ballard of this cily has resigned his position In the personnel department in the Macon County Hospital in Decatur to accept a position in the C1PS office in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ballard are now making their home In Springfield. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! TNI Mrs. W, Gilbert Rites Held at CarroUton CARROLLTON - Funeral Services for Mr«. William Gilbert. 7-1. who died Thursday at Boyd Memorial Hospital were held .Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Mehl funeral home. Services were conducted by the Rev. Morris Eames pastor of he local Christian Church. The <ololst was Everett Mehl with Mrs. Lawrence Thlen playing the organ accompaniment. Burial was in the ity cemetery. Pallbearers were Clyde Biishnel), Bushnell, Roy Bushnell, Wil- Contract Let for Greene Aid Road vas left to Laura Cooper, wife of he testator. The remainder of the personal property is divided as ollows: one third each to two sons, .ynn Cooper and G. Cooper; a nirith to another son, Ralph, and a ninth each to two grandsons. for WALLS... WOODWORK... ItCAUSE IT'S SCftUftABlf/ NOW you can use the same can of paint lor woodwork as you do for the walls) ... you can have the same color, texture and sheen on each surface. Yet your woodwork will be absolutely •crubable with soap and water or even your favorite cleaning powder with the •nuuinf newOdorleu SCRU.tA.UI PLAT Easily applied, adheres to any surface, leave* a uniform texture, contains no water, does not streak ... 13 lovely colors with matching shades in Celoid Semi- Gloss and Tudor Interior Gloss. All ttij-smootliintt . Sold Exclusively At KUTTER BROS, Cottage Hills — Dinl 4-»i38 ROXANA HARDWARE 101N. Central, Roxana, Dial 4-8592 LOWERY BROS. HARDWARE J5 E. Ferguson, Wood River, 4-5132 ST, PETERS' ELEC. & HDW, 2503 State — Dial 3-8931 iam Bartlctt, Joyd Weller. Paul March anil Will of Edgar Cooper, Greenfield, Probated make their home. Mohlman who has been manager of the Lacrosse Lumber Co. here for the past fr\v ! years has been transferred to i Havana. j VftnAnulftto Rltr* ' CAUROLLTON — Funeral services for Mrs .Krnest VanArsdnle. ; 87, former loral resident, who diwl *riY^. nun UK in c^M i ui~ rm o * iiir»i ^ . . . -_ .ontrftcls had hcon let in Spring In Sweetwator, TP.X., were held Sal- field to construct a pavemrnf from ; urday at 2 p. m. In the Mehl the north line ot the village of ; funeral home. The services were Rockbrldxe south to Mrdorn anri; condut-tod by the Rev. Lyle D. from Route 108 south to thp same '• stone of Kampsville and burial was CARROf.f.TON — fnul Fonlty, ,-ounty superintendent of high- *vays, announced Tupsrlny thnt Jr., White Hall, was granted « divorce Friday by Judge Clem Smith when his wife Anna Buc.han- an Day, White Hull, was found Ruilty of bigamy. The Days' were married Oct. 8, 1949 in Winchester and the court found that at the lime Mrs. Day was lawfully mnr- ricd to .Tnmrs Filch then living and not. divorced. Mrs. Day and Filch of Glasgow were married Oct. 9, .1930. Cnrrollton CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Slebermann and daughter, Belly Ann, of the city, and SRI. P. J. Fuller of Clinton, Ind., ipent Tnrsdny afternoon and evening In VnndflliA «t the home of Mr. and Mm. Robert Meldrum. Mr. and Mrs. Berkley Neavllle will spend ihc Memorial Day holiday in Mt. Vernon with their parenti, Mr. and MM, Owif* Nenville and Mr. and MM. A, R. Caldwell. Mrs. Arthur nebley, Jf., o! 8t. Louis, Mrs. Alan field ana ehil* dren, and Mri f A. A. Srhmlt* of PAGt 2LKVBN MJg|MMiK this city, Drttt i* to WnmttH Ufa day to spend a f«w da^f ielftt home of the latter'* mm-in-law fend daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jw Mlta- belli. 1 In the village of Rockhrldgc. The rontrnct wfls let to Bushman Const met Inn Co. of Kflnsns City. Mo,, approximate rosf to be 1,00n. Mo., approximate cost to he $1,000,100. The money used will be fed- em! and slate aid money and Iho route will he known ' ns Federal Aid Road 16-1. Cnnlrncla will be let In Sprlnp- 1 Meld .Tune ft for (wo more Federal in (lie White Hfill cemetery. Orftan music was played during (he service by Mrs. Lawrence Thien Pallbearers were Edward Roodhouse, Henry Roodhouse, Russell Roodhouse, Ernest Roodhouse, V\'. D. Edwards and Ennls Tunnison, all of White Hall. Three tJeen*e» (irmtfrd CARROLLTON -- Three mar- CARROLLTON-.-Tho will oftlm! ,|d ronds, one tho rMurfnHn* of , licenses were grunted over ale Edgar Cooper was admlllof! Ithc blacktop north of Kldrprl «' 1(1 ,| le weekend by County Clerk ,o probate Monday and ordered re corded. The will provides for tho paying of all debts and funeral ex- )enses. The residence property in and stock in the Green- Farmer's Grain Company i "^ werVVm'oTv'ed.'Thir'dBtV for ; CPi Dwifiht Coonrod. Two granted Sal- he other H serlinn from 'muse west to route 106. , ... ,, ... ,, ,, All blrls on the 21'•, miles of lurday were to W. H. Abbott. Kane, rond In (lie county to bo construe-j and Mrs. Hazel Louise Adnms, ted under the recent bond issue jjerseyville, and to Dean Daniel, were rejected here Friday. Seven i Winchester, and Miss JoAnn Fish- larold Glenn Cooper, and Gary lalph Cooper. The farm land was left to the wife during her lifetime and at her leath the farm is to be converted nto cash and divided in the same manner as above stated in the mater of personal property. Lynn Cooper was appointed exe- iutor by the court giving bond in he sum of $20,000. The will was made Oct. 25, 1947 and witnessed by Claude Sousley and Julian Htchens. Twin* to Return to State* CARROLLTON — Sfc Jerome Steinacher and his twin brother. gt. Joseph Steinacher who have been stationed at Kassel, Germany since Feb. 14, 1951 expect to leave there for the states Thursday according to word received here Monday by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steinacher. A third son of Mr. and Mrs. Steinacher, Cpl. John Steinacher, is stationed in Rhine Main, Germany, and will be there for several months. Entertains tlugbandff CARROLLTON- Members of the Beebe Bowling team entertained their husbands at dinner Sunday evening at MacCauley's in Ramps- ville. Mrs. Donald Greaves, Mrs. Joseph Alfeld, Mrs. Everett Mehl, Mrs. Mabel Ridings, Mrs. Walter Lippmann, Mrs. Robert Logan and Mrs. Ivan Beebe are members of the team. Pegram's Sell Home CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Pegram have sold their ranch type home on Maple avenue to Mr. and Mrs. James Schramm. Mr. and Mrs. Pegram will move June 15. School Election Set CARROLLTON — An election will be held at the Hillview High School June 14 to name a seven member board of education for the newly organized Community Consolidated School District No. 111. AH persons who are candidates for this office must have their petitions filed with G. W. Lowe, county superintendent of schools, by Tuesday. another letting on the same roads will be announced soon. Scholurnhln Examination* CARROLLTON — All students in Greene county who are applicants for a scholarship which must be secured through examination, must report to the office of G. W. Lowe, county superintendent of schools Saturday, June 7 at 9 a.m. The same type of examination will be given to all students regardless of the type of scholarship they desire. Mohlman'K To Move CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mohlman and family plan to move June 4 to Havana to White Hall. Another was granted Monday to Carl Cope, Carlinville, and Miss Ruby C, Costello, Greenfield. Divorce Granted CARROLLTON — Russell Day The Hoot Evangelistic Party Kvantellnts, Sinters, Musicians Revival Services Now In Progress Thru June 1 7:30 Each Evening HILLCREST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE [8S16 Hlllcrent Are., Alton, 111. WM. B. KELLV, Pantor *»*ei»iee«* •»«•«••**•* *•****•*••« *••***•»**• «••«•*••«*•• «*•**••«*•* ••••t«**ei* • * I *•«••••* * •» tt •*• ***> *if »* V •*' **li iV* Read Telegraph Want Adi Daily! OLDSMOBILE'S NEW AITIIIK EYE'! NEW SAFETY FOR NIQHT DRIVERS! •OpNonol •! ««tt« MM "•IMS" TOUt LIOMTt WHIN ANOTHII CAI "••I«H1»" ACAIN AFTII IT Mill* IT — All AUJOMAJICALLYI -III YOU* NIAtllt OlBIMOIIll ••Aill WALZ MOTOR CO. 1000 E. BROADWAY, ALTON, ILL. RAY MOTOR CO. EDWARDSWLE RD. AT WHITELAW, WOOD RIVER, ILL. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY No Trade Necessary 1952 DeSoto 4-Door 6 Cylind«r 1952 DeSoto 4-Door Flrtdomt • Cylindtr $400 Discount True Broicn Still Gives the Best Deal! JOHN T. BROWN DIAL 3-3535 16)0 EAST (ROADWAY DIAL 3-3534 MaUi ptctti fit Hk« ntw for w«Vi wirtt ON! APPLICATION. Stop tUpplne), iltdbtf. CM* and «n- ioy oil fo*«it> (U!ta* your plat« at horn* with DEN- TUR-EZE. Not a potto or powdtr but a ntw cvihion n'oiffc (hot (ait* for w««ki, TNouiandi dollohted. 60c and $1.00 tubti. At otl flood drug count or f. ; TRY it—oik for nationally advortliod DENTUR-EZE. : DENTUREZEV MONEY-IACK GUARANTEI DISCOUNT DAYS! THURSDAY and SATURDAY ONLY MAY 2»lh and 31st OKLf For Just 2 da.vs only we will (tive any person benrinif thin coupon the cash tll»eount!i listed below on the purrhnse of any item or itrim In our entire nlock of fine quality furniture and furnishing!!. j rift* rorro.v AnnrrKn i\ TII\HK AS FOLLOWS — 9 ff.OO off nny piirrhii»f« of 9 or more 9IO.OO off nny nnri?hni*e of 9 fMI.AO or mnr* 9I5.OO off liny pnrchmtft of 91-lfKSO or mor* 92O.OO off «nr psirchniM* of 9IOB.5O or mor* 92.1.OO off nn.r pnrchitae of 9'-Mf».»O or mor* t'anirnet Merchnnrilfle Kxi*eplcd SCHWARTZ FURNITURE CO. OPEN THUKS. N1TE Till 9 P.M. Clout* Frldur 22 W. FERGUSON WOOD 111 VEK, ILLINOIS ? r£>^ • e • no light §o open to breczei you can even SEE how much COOLER you'll ht ARAZEPHYR SHIRTS 8 by Arrow Light . . . but with body enough to stay sharp ALL day! 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