Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
Page 8
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1982 ClawtceBrownAppointcd BfCffltnty Board •JEftSfeWltLfc, rfune 4.-Claf. wee Brown was Appointed justice of foe peace of Ruyle township at t specie! session of the Jersey County Board of Supervisors. Mis term will expire in April, 1953. No justice was elected in Ruyle township at the last regular election which reduced the town board to one member, that of town clerk. The death of Supervisor Chester W. Auyle made it necessary for the, board to appoint his successor i«d a justice was named by the supervisors In order to complete the, board for this purpose. JoMMsyvllle Noted JEftSEY'tftLLE.'-Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Molladay and family and Mrs. Zetta JBJish left Wednesday for Austin, Tex., to attend a re• unlon of the Holladay family. They will be away a week. Miss Cuma Lee Frost, member of the faculty of the Tiigh school will leave Sunday for Laramie. Wyo., to attend the university this summer. She is working toward her master's degree. Miss Betty Stanley, public health nurse for School District Unit 100 and Miss Jean Heye of the high school faculty, left today for a FROM ORANGE CRATE TO CANOE — Charles Laun, 1212 Hazel drive, is an ambitious lad. He found plans for a canoe in a boys' magazine, and the main ingredient, besides elbow grease, was, of all things, orange crates. So, Charles, being as we said, an ambitious lad decided to build 'same' Here is the finished product, before the covering is applied. He found plans for the covering in another magazine, and it consists of paper and cloth with waterproof glue in layers between Laun(ching) pun intended, will take place soon.—Staff photo. ! NeedoLttotive NMStEW]fli|lltf DR.EDWARDS'tftfff. fishing trip at Pastigo, Wis. Miss Mary Margaret Quinn of Wood River and her sister, Mrs. Charles R. Hugentugler of Narberth, Pa., were guests over the weekend of their aunt, Miss Margaret Maloney, Mrs. Thomas Allen' and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen. The outlook for a large crop of blackberries is reported a good one in most areas of Jersey county. Plenty of rainfall is necessary for the crop. Mr. and Mrs. John Suddes have i; I £ •"YES" PROMPTLY to 4 OUt of 5 men and women—married or single. Cash loans for worthy purposes. Phone for 1-visit loan . . . write ... or come in today! $1§ •• $SOO lv«n $ fWM §22 $30 "CASH VOO "Git 1 ISMos. $266.35 369.10 18 MM. $309.90 432.87 Above poymenti cover everything! Chorgei ore 3% on unpaid mo. bal. la 1150, 2% mo. on bol. from 1150 to $300. 1 % ma. on bol. over $300 to $500. (HI.) r'lMr UKM •• Mr rit- FINANCE CO. I 9ml tl. • (Over Sally Ann Shop) 301 Illll ST., ALTON, lit. Phon«) I-93I1 • Kenneth A. Kloet, YES MANegtr OPEN SATURDAYS tV WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 1 P.M. LIMI mttt t* rtiHwIi *l sll nrronnf'ini IIWM purchased the residence property owned by the late Justina Culver on North State street. They plan home Fred Thompson Home Air Force Pfc. Fred Thompson, on moving from their present home on South Washington street to the ne'v site in July. Macoupin Review Board Organizes CARLINVILLE — The Macoupin county board of review was organized Monday with County Clerk Denby R. Boring in charge. Matt Katich of Wilsonville will serve as chairman by virtue of his chairmanship of the board of supervisors. , Other members are Herman F. Dubblede, Bunker Hill, the holdover member, and Joseph Buehling, Staunton, the new member appointed by County Judge Francis Bergen. The board elected Gilbert Redfern, Palmyra, as clerk. Honorary Pallbearers CARLINVILLE — Members of the Macoupin county board of supervisors served as honorary pallbearers at the funeral services for one of their board, Willard Graham, which were held at 2:30 p.m. today at the Berry funeral home in Virden; t Read Telegraph Want Ads visiting his until July 5, is mother, Mrs. Luella COME AND SEE IT! THE MARVELOUS NEW .RONER EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT Thompson, 822& East Broadway. Pfc. Thompson was inducted into service Oct. 15, 1951, and has been training in remote control turret gunnery (in a bombing plane). On conclusion of his leave, he will go to Randolph Field, Tex., for combat and crew training. Moro MOftO - Mrs, Lena West spent Sunday it tfct home ef he? serMn- law and daughter, Mr. and Mt*., Paul Wolmers near Bethalte. She 1 also attended the christening of n' great'grandson William Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. William WelmeM. The ceremony took place during the morning worship service. at Zlon Lutheran Church, the Rev. W, 0. Bruegmafl: officiating. A dinner was served afterwards »' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weimers. There were four genev ' atlons present. i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schuetti of Southgate, Calif., have been! guests of his brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schuette aitfl bther relatives and friends her* slnte Friday. Mr. and. Mrs. Schuette formerly lived here and operated the Lowenstein grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holbeck spenl Memorial holidays with Mr. and Mrs. George Russo in Chicago. WEDDING OR GRADUATION Open Friday Night Till Nine. Orvln, 3\m and Judy Stewart of Springfield are spending several veeks at the Maurice Dorsey nome. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Nolle and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Enke l« Bun» kef Mill. . Air Prance, the government air* line, carried 962.WW passengers last year, a gottd gain. 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Our biggest Ironrite boosters are the ladies who have bought and used Iron- rites through the years. Now, you'll see this built-in Ironrite quality, along with new, amazing and modern Ironrite improvements! * Well, it's Junetime—-and the top is down —and his heart is filled with memories . . . and where do you think he's going? He's going halfway up the hill, to a spot where a lane strays into the wildwood and he can glimpse the top of a fieldstone chimney above the trees. That's his lane —and he's going /tome! It has been a well-guarded secret. Only two people have known about it all these months—himself and his Cadillac dealer. And just to make doubly sure, he has hinted at almost everything under the sun as a fitting tribute to this wedding anniversary— except a Cadillac car! Well, it won't be long now. He's getting closer and closer. And now the stones in the driveway crunch under the wheels . . . he gives the familiar three "toots" on the horn . . . and then she sees him, with his cap in his hand, bowing and pointing to the driver's seat. Surprised ? Never so much in all her life. And never more thrilled—for it's the "car of cars" for the "day of days"! And is he happy! Maybe it has taken him ten years— maybe fifteen—maybe even twenty . , . to make his dream come true. But during all this time he never wavered in what he wanted. He wanted to make one anniversary mean something special above all the rest ... by the sift of a Cadillac. Perhaps, as you read this, you are looking forward to some very special anniversary of yoar ov-u. If you are—and you're planning on giving the gift of gifts—then you'd better come in and see us soon. We've kept many and many a secret, for many and many a man—so you may trust us not to tell! We'd be delighted to see you ... at any time you find convenient. 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