Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Memorial Rites Held at Brighton — -MemorMal services were held here Sunday afternoon at the American Legion home. Mr?. Pauline Barcua Rlnaker of Car llnvllle gave the address. The program was opened by Commander .John L. Ash. Postmaster A. A. Moehle was master of ceremonies. The Invocation was given by the Rev. A. L. Sohleler, who also pronounced benediction at the cemetery. Musical numbers on the program were a solo by Nancy Bergfeld, accompanied by Mrs. Roland Ingham, and a solo by Belle Cairns, accompanied by Kalhryn McAfee. Following the program, members of the American Legion and Auxiliary, Cub and Boy Scouts of Troop No. 39 marched lo the Brighton cemetery where Legionnaire William Thyer read the honor roll and tribute was paid to veterans of all wars, who are buried In Brighton and surrounding cemeteries. Ward Harris of Carllnvllle was In charge of the firing squad and Robert Towse sounded taps. Many scientists believe (hat the human race originated some place in Central Asia about a million years ago and spread from there to other parts of the world. NOTTOLI VARIETY and DRY GOODS 1106 Milton Road D!nl 3-9715 • OPEN • Friday and Saturday Nights TILL NINE! Shfpman SHIPMAN. - Mr. and Mrs. Ar Ihur Welsh of Shipman were guests over the weekend of their son Ralph Welsh and family. Mrs. Oscar Smith and Ruth Ann of St. Louis were weekend guest of her father, A. M. Scott, and her brothers. Albert and Holland Scot and families. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lister am Dicky, were weekend guests o Misses Nellie and Elsie Dell o Pittsfield. Mrs. Lawrence Marks, Judy ant Barbara, of Peorla; Holland Frit? and sons of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs Marvin Cook of Decatur, and Mrs Jennie Fritz of Springfield, visltet Sunday with Mrs. Lydia Eddlng ton. Mrs. Rollo Cameron returnef home Sunday from the Macoupit Hospital in Carllnville, where she was a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen am family have moved to the James Alvvard farm south of Shipman. Mrs. Maude Brown and Virginia left Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs Louis Richardson, jr., at Spring field. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kahl werr Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Gene Kahl and sons of Taylorvillo Opal Jean Winson of Allon was ;i weekend guesl of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Winson. Sharon Christopher returnee Sunday from a visit with her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Strunk of Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burgoyne and Mary Beth Halliday of Alton; Edward Taylor of Plainview; and Vlr. and Mrs. G, E. Travers and Leo were winner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson of East St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harding of East Alton, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Shanks. ECONOMY 559 East Broadway Al the foot or Henry St., Allan. Open Friday Night Till 9 P. M. -DIAL 2-9411- AND RUG CO. ! Several Carloads Of Asphalt TILE Just Arrived! AND IT'S YOURS AT,,, ARMSTRONGS and Others! Colors: TOKAY—AGATE—EBONY—CEDAR ANTIQUE—RUST—BEIGE—TAN—NO LIMITl 1f\c EACH JLU TILE Colors: SURF GREEN, EMERALD, CORAL GREY, PALOMINO, IVORY 12-Ft. Wide LINOLEUM Ic Yd And Up Reg. $1.29 1 GALLON ASPHALT WATERPROOF EMULSION PASTE Wllh Kvery Order Mcftdtm brook MEADOWBROOK - Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kledel and sons visited Mrs. Kiedel's mother, Mrs. Nellie Cra{g, of Alton, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee tttxon spent the weekend with Mrs. Dixon's mother, Mrs. Wilson Stout, at Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Moss spent Saturday evening in fiunkw Mill with thelf 5o»Mft»law «nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Emery and Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rickman and daughter, Darlene, spent the weekend with Mrs. Rickman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Gibbons, Harrlsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Levert Hughes and family, and Mrs. Hughes' mother, Mrs. Ruth Travelslead, visited Mn. Travelstead's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert firaden and son, Mrs. Now Ntieman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greeney, at Harrisburg over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Glassmeyer and family attended the Hoff family reunion at DesLoge, Mo., over the weekend. Principal and Mrs. Verle Carrol, and Mrs. Althea Rose, teacher, accompanied the patrol boys and girls to Hannibal, Mo. Saturday to visit the Mark Twain cave, Those making the trip were Sandra Bar ko, Wihrtft Jean Eaker, Ronald Schoeneweis, Eugene Kledel, Raymond Benton, Donald Webster and Glen Glassmeyer. Mrs. Kathleen Tosh and Mrs. Lola Lawrence of Edwardsvllle spent the weekend with Mrs. Laverne Frillman. Mr. and Mrs. 3, F. Rickman of St. Louis, Mo., are spending this week with tFfelr son add family, Mr. flfld Mrs. Edwin P, Rldrnian and daughter, Darlene, Mrs. Pearl Brown and son, Denny, are spending several weeks In Provincetown, Mass., vlsttlrii Mrs. Brown's son-in-law and daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. William Scoggins. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goebel had as guests Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Frillman and chil- dren of Midway, Bftd Mf/iM MM, Cecil Sauls. Mr% tntf Mr*, _. ftfra children, Joey, and Mary Lou, accbmt Albert Talik, jr., ofidi left Thursday for LaPdrft, IfML te visit Mr. and Mrs, Rud end Mr, and Mfg. Ffaftf Telegraph W«rt« Xds SAVE UP TO 40% NOW on PLUMBING NEEDS Sensational Low Prico on This ,.• > Cast Iron 3-pc. Bath Outfit 88 REG. 159.95 SAVE 31.07 4 DAYS ONLY! 128 NO DOWN PAYMENT Up to 36 Months to Pay Under FHA Plan CABINET SINKS REDUCED! 4 DAYS ONLY! You jwrt hoot to drivt the new Chrysler to Mitt* ibat w> much (urging power could »ver he built into a single car. But power*i only part of the story. The new Chrysler's 180 HP FirePower is also the most efficient, most economical automotive engine ever made. Put yourself behind the wheel of • new Chrysler this very day ... and find out what it feels like to drive the car that outperforms ail others. Regularly 129.50 Homart STEEL CABINET SINK SAVE 29,51 >99 99 54-IN. SIZE No Money Down Under FHA 54-inch deluxe model! Exclusive modern styling! Porcelain enameled sink! Big double drainboards, chrome swing spout, aerator, rinser spray! 4 roomy drawers, 3 huge compartments! Exclusive toe- room base! Hurry! Last chance to save a big 79.51! 42-IH. STEEL CABINET SINK On sale 4 days only! You save 20.07, A COIDIAl INVITATION FIOM YOUI REXROAT MOTORS, Inc. 162* E. BROADWAY, Al/TQN STUART MOTOR CO. your kitchen » joy to be In, a joy to work in. Chrome swivel faucet and hardware. Modernize your Wtcheu now. A big, beautiful buy! Porcelain enamel tub is acid resistant! Entire outfit cleans quickly with a damp cloth! Put this dream bathroom in your home today. Save a big 31.07 during this sale! Vitreous China Lavatory less chrome legs. 4-Day Only Sale You Save 16.51 EXTRA! EXTRA! Just in Time for Summer Enjoyment 20-GAL. GAS WATER HEATER 69 99 Prices Slashed on this 20-IN. Homart WINDOW FAN Never Before Offered at So Low a Price! Reg. 39.95 $3 Down and 6 mo. to pay ON SALE 4 DAYS ONLY! 29 88 Drives out hot, stale air—takes in a cool, comfortable change of air once every minute in an average room. Moves 2200 cubic feet of air a minute at high speed. Two speeds for quick cooling or continual running. Extension panels fit windows from 27 to 34 inches wide. LAVATORY FAUCET SAVE 80c No Money Down. Up (o 86 Months to Pay Under FH/V Now have heaps of hotter, cleaner water . . .always on tap! This full/ guaranteed heater is designed for years of worry-free service . . . priced to save -you a big 16.51 during this sale! Only a few. Hurry! if Guaranteed 10 years if Fully automatic if Has convenient thermostat if Glass lined p 1 99 Butt retliUot br»n body li rlcbly (iuUhtiJ with cbronu pl*t«. J-oojer, ••* btady ipaiii. Cgmplct* wHb (til- Offsets to 100 Feet! Lifti Water 22 Feet! HOMART JET PUMP Rig, 99.50 SAVE 24.92 59 M yvat&t&utoiyw* /ntftey fat' SEARS ALTON 7488 4 DAYS ONLY I Capacitor-type '/4-H.P. motor delivers 250 to 350 galloni of water per hour. Has only one moving part for a minimum of noise and maintenance. Also available in 350-600 gal. ii«, y i f \ .^ -j

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