Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Member 6f The Asiociated Press, ic Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 4, 19S2 fitlblUHtd Jtfftft^ MMMiMiMWMHilli^Htti Jersey Hate Set at $2,32 •JERSEWlLLfi, June 4.-A ten- tativr county wieat loan rate of $2.32 .per bushel en this year's crop Has been announced by John to. Quirk, chairman of the Jersey county PMA committee. Quirk stated that the final rate, which is to be determined on the basis of 90 percent of parity as ot July 1, 1952, could be a little higher, but in any event it will not be lower than the rate of $2.32 per bushel as announced. Jersey Home Bureau Units Plan District Meetings JEKSEYVILLE, June 4.-The various units of the Jersey Coun ty Home BUreau will be combined into districts for their June meet ings, according to the calcnda of- events published by the office ot liome Adviser,Mrs. Paul Erb All time used is daylight saving. the northeast district meets ft Kemper Mail at 32:30 Thursday Buy with Confidence Ba Bur N»llnn»llf rieir $ QUALITY MEN'S WEAR smart -—•"• , hirfs For balking in th* hot lummtr sun . . . thtrt'i nothing fln«r than Ihct* cool, c-e-o-l, baiqut shirts styled by faihcus Brtnlwood. Tok*your pick of patterns, colors and color combinations in both bat qu« shirt. and collar •tylos. Tfioy're all knitted of flno cotton yarns so they'll wear and wear. $1.95 to $3.50 Made of rayon gabardine marked TEBILIZED FOR TESTED CREASE-RESISTANCE For nil around wsefulnes* tuid comfort- there'* nothing to equal these popular Hobby Jeans by famous Brentwood. Matte of fine quality rayon gabardine they're Tebili/ed for tested crease resistance which tats tbe lifetime of thft fabric. Dad will live in them for •port*, for puttering about the house or car or just for relaying. Elastic waist (no belt needed) and big roomy pockete "fore and aft". In choice of •mart colors and washable. Denim $5.00 Gabardine ..... $6.00 Greater Alton's. Quality Store for M*n and Young Men. This grtstrp includes Bethel, Pi delity, Kemper, Panhandle units. The western district meets at Fieldon Masonic Hall at 2 p. m. June'10 and is composed of Calhoun, Fleldori, Marquette, Otter- vllle and West Prairie. The meeting of central districl takes place at Boushka Memorial Center hi Delhi at 2 p. fn., June 12. In this district are Delhi Elsah, Jerseyvllle "A" and "B" North Mississippi and Southeast Jersey units. Mrs. Earl Birkenmeyer will be hostess at the membership party of Panhandle unit at 2 p. m., June 10 at her home. Southeast Jersey membership picnic will be held at Miller's Club house on June 18. Members are to meet at the Farm Bureau building at 10:30 a. m. Future events include meeting of financial committee at the Farm Bureau office Friday; citizenship conference on Bradley campus, in Peoria, June 17-20; local leader training school by Margueritte Briggs at 1 p. m, June 26 in Farm Bureau basement; pre-camp meeting June 19-20; rural youth camp, Jacksonville, June 21-22, and Jersey county 4-H'ers at camp June 23-28. Poster Winners Listed at Jersey Kay Schneider, and Joan Bock Win First JERSEYVlLLE, June 4.—Mrs. Dorothy Russell, poppy chairman of Worthey Post American Legion Auxiliary, has announced the winners of the poppy poster contest. First prize went to Kay Schneider and Joan Rock. Second place, Selma.Wiener and Betty McAdams, and third, Lenore Smith and Connie Reed, First place winners will be sent to the state contest, and prizes will be given by the local auxiliary. Judges for the event were Mrs. G. Olin Morgan and Mrs. John Suddes. Legion Aivards Presented to Two \ Jersey Graduates JERSEYVILLE, June 4.—American Legion awards were presented to Mary Ellen Landon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, .Harold Landon, and Wayne Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hopper, at the promotion exercises exercises of the local grade school Monday in the scjiool auditorium. John Self, chairman, of the awards committee of Worthey Post American Legion, made the presentation. Diplomas were awarded to 98 eighth grade graduates during the evening. Russell J. Bell, president of the board of education of the district, made the presentation, and the commencement address was given by ;he Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Nelson Miller is student council president. Officers of the eighth ?rade groups are: 8-1, Larry Voolsey, president; James File, vice president; Barbara King, secretary-treasurer; Gary Holmes, council representative; Mary Elen Landon, reporter; Siegfried 3ietz, sponsor. Division 8-2, Reta Britt, presi- lent; Roger Kranich, vice presi- lent; Marilyn Thomas, secretary; Sally Hughes, treasurer; Sylvia fruse and Martha Arnold, reporters; Bob Downey, representa- ive and Miss Josephine Stahl, ponsor. •» For 8-3 officers are: Richard Vitt, president; Nelson Miller, vice resident; Idann Whitlock, secre- ary; Lester Weller, treasurer; uanita Walker, reporter; Nelson filler, representative, and Miss Margaret Archer, sponsor. t A big, 121 *q. io. >Mtcl Cannon we cloth. ift your» today) FOR THIS BIG I2'x20 (FOUNTAIN AUTO IMUtH WitN Alomtmmt Handle soft blend horse hftlr brush one of brushes 8ARAQE WITH FIRE RESISTANT ASBESTOS SHINGLE SIDINQ! Yen! thin Mil garage ha* wootf sheathing covered with asbestos cement fire resistant •hinglen. All the other features Including metal roof and plywood door are exactly the •ante an the other garage. , PAY ONLY 38c A DAY 2 POPULAR STYLES IN $5,00 METAL LAWN CHAIRS NOTE THESE DETAILS • With Overhead Door* of Fir, Plywood THEY'RE fASY TO ACCFMBI r • With Sturdily Built Frame TMtTKl tAST 10 ASSEMBLE ivd*k (Com* IB SecHoM*) tf$id*A! • With Klin Dried Fir Drop -.,;,. «l|2f|l Sldlni! / »IV™ • With Heavy Metal Roofing! 4 .,< PAY ONLY 3«c A DAY! Aluminum FI n ish Metal Closet Poles 2 different styles! Both generous in sice...and unus- ally COMFORTABLE! Beautiful red and green baked-on enamel 1 finish. Conies knocked down. AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATERS 30-GALLON HEATERS »49 7f SO-GALLON HBATERS $ 59 88 Thermostatic controlled hot water heaters that have improved Bunsen burner with safety pilot control! • Full Fibcrglas Invitation • Safety Pilot • AGA Approved • Fa.it Recovery • Fully Guaranteed AMD TOUCAN . •UY ANYTHING ON CMBITI NOTHING OOWNI UP TO 3* MONTH! LAWN CHAIRS $2.88 They'r* made with ; linedjr Tarnished htrd- wood (rimei and heavy itrlped c»nv«s coven! 89e "APEX" MOTH VAPORIZER 66c Just hang it up'by its silk tassel in closet or locker and GOODBYE MOTHS! Contains 14 ounces of 1'Apex" moth nuggets! Container has unusually large number of openings (a great asset) and is easily refillable! COMPLETE LINE OF "APEX" MOTH PREVENIATIVES! $5 WHITE TOILET SEATS $4.49 Sparkling white toilet seat with new pattern chrume hinge that fits any bow). Sale price $4.49. • CLOSE-OUTI ALL "DUROBOND" PORCH and FLOOR ENAMEL Regularly |4.75 Gallon NOW— >95 Gallon WHILE IT LASTS . GENUINE HARD MASONITE Xhe hard board .that makes long lasting permanent walls or ceilings ... ideal for cabinets, too] FOR INTERIORS— it 4'x8' SHEETS ^THREE-SIXTEENTHS |A.se it Each if 4'.\8' SHEET&s "^ '* QUARTER-INCH m Each' p FOR EXTERIORS— , if 4'.\8' SHEETS EIGHTH-INCH .88 Each tr 4'x8' SHEETS THREE-SIXTEENTHS 14.6* Ertch if V\V SHEETS ' QUARTER-INCH Each DOUGLAS PLYWOOD Quarter-Inch Fir Plywood J t .-.-- ThrM-Eiihths Fir Plywood $6^45 Half-Inch Fir .Plywood ,:,.,......,...: $«.50 tlvo-olghflis Fir Plywood $9.60 f hno-quartor TFIrl Plywood $11 95 k& .'*>***• , 4'x8' SHEETS i-INCH PLASTER BOARD $8.95 PEARL-WICK STEEL-RIBBED Hampers $6.88 The hamper that hat everything! Self • venli- lallnr «tecl rih» th»l arc woven In illtn meUI fr»mr« . , , oolor- (ill nuro-l'laslln laps! Sale Price. Ifl.BB. ULTRA-FINE MOTHER-OF-PEARL TOILET SEATS $8.66 They're extremely smart! They're durable, too! And they come in many colors to match the color scheme of your bathroom! OUHO-HONI) SUPERIOR HOUSE PAINT The house paint that covers so solidly, that a gallon goes farther! Gallon LOWER PRICES ON ORNAMENTAL WIRE LAWN FENCE— nils i» the hoavlly galvanized wire fencing that li 10 popular — 10 attractive — 10 easy to put up! 3 different sizes! Prices listed are 100-foot rolls , , cut piecei are lc higher Per Font In lOO-foot Kollii Single Bottom— 36-INCH I3v 43-INCH ...>. Ific 4U-IXCH ..." ...17c Double Bottom— 36-INCH Jlto 43-INCM ,.,,. «lc 48-INCH 36c YES! ONLY $124.77 COMPLETE! THK S-FOOT 1'ORCEhAIN KNAiVIELED STEEL BATH TUB is durable and strong yet light In weight making it easier to install and handle. Comes complete with over-rim filler, waste and overflow. THE UNIT .TVPK TOILJ5T OUTFIT is of stain proof vitreoui China . . . comes with white enameled seat. THE 19"xt7" STEEL LAVATORY is covered with coats of porcelain enamel baked cm under Intense heat ,. , comes with chrome center faucets . . . P.Q, plug.and P trap. tiff" 36-INCH •-FOOT WOOD FENCE SECTIONS GALVANIZED SCREEN WIRE £_ Square V* Foot (IN FULL KOLLS) BRONZE SCREEN WIRE |«_ Square ICV Foot (IN FULL ROLLS) The ideal way to fence I hat yard or garden! Just nail to cedar posts and paint! Each section contains 17 pickets and 2 d"x4") horizontal pieces. •UY ON THRIFT'S E'Z PAY PUN! GUAIUXTEED GREEN LAWN HOSE 26 FEET $2.76 N FEET MM 3-VEAfl GUAKAOTiC >L*CK UWN HOSE 25 FEET $3.29 N FEET $6.11 DIA1 )•*»*• 500 BELLE ST ALTON'S MOST POPULAR HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPAN 1 • \ •«-i- . •*~-\

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