Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 8
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r.PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH •THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1656 3,000 Gallons of Ariel Full Inlo River PURANC.O, Colo. MV-A trailer truck carrying 3.000 gallons of sulphuric ncitl missed a turn and broke llmmph the railing of a bridge soulli of Durango Wodnos- flay night, dumping flip acid into Hie Animas Hivci. Northern Now Mexico towns which IISP flic river's water were notified of the danger. Only the trailer tank section of the truck (ell ..into the river. The driver was not hurt. At Farmington, N.M., about. 50 miles downstream, inlets to the city reservoir were closer). Axtec shut off all wafer lines from tlir river. Diversion canals for irrigation water south of Durango also were closed. A sinRle-fipan bridge across the Volta River, Hearing completion in the Gold Coast, will he one of the largest of its type in all Africa, Accra reports. Read Telegraph Want. Ads Daily AGAIN WE HAVE ROSES 75c Dozen and Up ftexroat Flower Market 2601 K. Bdwj. Dial 2-7439 Open Evenings Till 9 NEARS COMPLETION—-New city Rarnjje nt ilin foot of Onfral nvemir 1ms its final shape, outside, but much remains lo bn done on ilio interior.—Slnff Pliolo. Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Forrest J. Bailey, 2812 Grandview .lames Ray, East Alton Andrew Thompson, 332 Dry Mrs. Bernadette E. Waters, 1222 Brown Mrs. Bertha Bregenzer, Route 2, Godfrey Mrs. Margaret Haley. 1315 State Everett Tolbert, 119 W. Penning, WoodTtiver William Hair, 709 Third. Fast Alton SUKdlC'AL Roy Sttlart, 417 East Seventh Miss Vicki L. Kessel. 23 Dude St.. Miss Esther F. Rodgers, 29 Maurice Glen A. Nichols, 2619 Yager St. ' Miss Marilyn Owens, .100 E. Jennings, Wood River DISMISSALS Mrs. Opal Nobbe, 731 East Fourth St. Thomas Henson, Route 1, Batchtown Angelo L. Mormino, 325 Bender, East Alton Miss Marilyn Bruns, 2629 Sidney Mike Cummuigs. 1126 East Fifth Robert E. Whyers, 905 Liberty Michael Corbin, 1121 State Samuel Talkington, Route 1, Bethalto Mrs. Emily Kleinschnittger, Route 1. Godfrey Robert Springman, 925 Douglas St. Richard Springman, 925 Douglas St. Mrs. Rita Hammond, 1133 Harrison Mrs. Dolores Hauser, Cottage Hills Mrs. Erma Elledge, 841 Madison, Wood River Miss Debra Ann Moore, 2200 Holland Dominic Panepinto, 2310 Edmond Mrs. Delia Weule, 1113 Logan Andrew-.Wiser, 501 W. St. Louis, East Alton Earl McCoy, 712 5th St., East Alton Mrs. Eileen Zippridi, 35 Last Delmar Edward Williams, 1818 Ervay Mrs. Flora Modrovsky, Route 1, Bethalto. Alton memorial MEDICAL Kevin Schwartz, 227 HyVista Charles E. Nagel, Godfrey David Gleason, 1118 Seller Donald Waggoner, Wood River SURGICAL ..Arthur Keller, Bunker Hill Mrs. Wanda Schenato, 246 Ladd .Miss Belle Bergmann, Route 2 Plainview ' Mrs. Sue Cloningcr, Wood River Charles Overall!, 409 Sanborne lx;e Rich. 3401 Oakwood Mrs. Maxine Newnom, Wood Riv- DISM1SSALS David Ixauis Moody. Grafton Renea Lynn Dilback, 3004 Wala- lee • Mrs. Edna Taylor, 3620 Coronado Mrs. Helen Gorman, S40S Hillcrest Mrs Alice Spickennan, Bunker ' Hill Curtis Summers. Hartford Dr. Ray Ward, 1G04 State Carl Berlin, YMCA, Alton Richard Mo.Kee, S28 Logan Mrs. Bernice Long, Carrollton. tage Hills Airs. Christine Fr.\miro, Hartford Diiinii Lynn Greenetxxl, TiilS Lincoln. East Alton C. Alfred .lohnsnn. Wood River Avenue. Cottage Hills Bonnie Lre Entry, Parnassus Station, New Kensington. Pa. Mrs. Josephine Breitweiser, 515 Brookslde, Alton Virlice N. Via, 415 Monroe, East Alton. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•I^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H You Need Never Have a Cold! I "Cold Shots" used to be terribly expensive . . . only the very rich could I afford to be Inoculated against colds. But now a world's leading vacrine I manufacturer has found the way to get these "cold shots" Into tiny, Inex- I pensive tablets . . . you need no hypodermics (and you don't have to be a I millionaire, either) to take them. I Just follow the simple directions printed on the label of VACAGEN I tablets, and you will go through the whole winter without a cold. Because leach VACAGEN tablet contains 60 billion killed cold micro-organisms that (immunize the body against colds, just as vaccination immunizes you 1 against I smallpox I Just think how wonderful It's going to be to go through the whole I winter without it cold! Just think of the money you ipent on cold land cough medicines lust winter, and the dayi you missed from I work . . and figure out thnt Irss than 3ca day invested in VACAGEN I (Ablet* will immunize an adult for the entire winter. Bottle of 20 Tablets 3 Months' Supply ... Bottle of 100 Tablets Family Size GET YOURS NOW! Jersey MEDICAL Mr*. Clara Fischer, Hamburg Ronald Reisner, Jerseyville Catherine Sprang, Hardin Mrs. Abbie Darr, Jerseyville Mrs. Ronald Legate, Alton Mrs Martin Coughlin, Batchtown Mr*. Minnie Schindlcr, .lersey- ville SUHC.ICAL Charles Sconce Jr., Hamburg William Herring, Jerseyvillc DISMISSALS Mrs. Fred Baker, Medora Wood River Township MKOK'AL Mrs*. Geneva M. Stanford, Cottage Hills Mrs, Faye Price, d'.Va EdwardV ville road Whayne E. Byasaee, -07 East Main, East Alton Mrs. Jam- ft. Che.snul, 3M;i Brushy Grove .Mrb. Barbara Goldman, 4G1 Ka*,l Mailer, Ens) Alton Robert K., 99 U'hitelaw. East Alton Edwin F. Uohlling, 29 Victory, lioute 2 Godfrey HIH<-K AL Mrs. Eva I. KHhuni, ,'J03 South Twelfth I'aul K. Van Meter. linhylto Charles W. IWo, 209 Uorris, Alton Mrs. Gniep I,. Heii/ruan, 2G14 - Denny, Alton DISMISSALS Robert K. Ke.s.sins;er, South Roxana. Mrs. Mildred Ma> Rhodes, Forest Homes, Route 1, Bethalto Mrs. Edith H. Uhnrich, 728 llurn-1 boldt Court, Alton I Charles W. A. Millf-r. 406 While- \ Jaw i Mrs. Dorothy J. Voile*. 3410 Col-! lege, Alton ! Mrs. Drucllla OtUu'II, :i20 Main, I Alton I Mm. Ida R, Smith, iffi Norwood, East Alton Cathy Ann Osborn, IW l<ia, Alton Kenneth Kugejie Wallace, Cot- END OF THE MONTH Clearance of "Odds and Ends" Nationally-Known APPLIANCES! NORGE ELECTRIC DRYER $ 129' Regular $69.95 W / cstinghouse CANISTER VACUUM Complete with attachments. 6-,yi!nr guurnntce. Regular $469.95 Westinghouse I2|-FT, "FROST FREE" REFRIGERATOR $ 339 95 Ask About Our BUDGET PLAN Very small down payment, balance in L-O-N-G terms! Regular $199.95 Westinghousp. ELECTRIC RANGE 149 88 Regular $21.95 Westinghouse AUTOMATIC TOASTER Regular $229,95 Westinghouse LAUNDROMAT Automatic Washer 179 Regular $22.95 Westinghouse AUTOMATIC FRY PAN $ 16' Regular $249.95 Norge GAS DRYER $ 169 ( Regular $149.95 \ 40-GALLON ELECTRIC WATER HEATER S10095 109 Open Monday and Friday Nites Till NINE STANDARD Home Furnishers Easiest Terms In Town! 500 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 5-5013 A BIG EVENT FOR THE WOMEN OF ALTON i SAVE FAMOUS NAMES AT A FRACTION OF THEIR ORIGINAL COST!! SAVE 45% Breoi«'Put Type Burner Automatic Draft Control Thermostat Control Available Heat Up to 3 Rooms Comfortably! Radiant Circulating KENMORE OIL HEATERS 49.95 Value • 37,600 B.T.U. input • Heats up to 3 rooms This attractive and efficient home heater has the constant-level fuel valve which pro^ides both efficiency and economy. It is (finished in copper-toned"baked-on•'enamel. 5-gal. fuel tank optional. ONLY $3 DOWN KENMORE 78,000 BTU OIL HEATERS DOWN! Save when you buy it, save when you use it! Burns No. 1, No. 2 or diesel oil efficiently. Equipped with a built-in humidifier. ALTOH 'Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" " Read Telegrapli Want Ads STORK Mon. 4 Frl. » to »J Other Uaj'n 9 to 8. Want Ads "CLICK" S097 To 3 SPORTS The finest »ho*s of the *en- KOII . . . hrandn known for comfort and high styling. Buy the slice* you love at big savings! DRESS SHOES Take a look at the famous labels ... be convinced of the wonderful values! To $097 ( 3 Thn season's finest m o » t popular stylo*! Siii'dcii, culfskins, biniirt ti'\(iiri<il IcuUirrs ... the rulorii .VIMI \vnnt, • Hi JiecU • Mid lleel> • SlitiKs • I'lllllllH • Hurcliuukh • llulliTk f A sheer riot of low prices! Brands you've worn * • and loved ... in all the newest, fashionable styles! Savings galore... come in, buy several pairs of these fabulous buys! All sizes ... from 4 to 12. Make Craft's your headquarters for fine shoes from now on! / ^^^^ ; _ i FACTORY OUTLET High-fashion flats with a young flair . . . shoes thai void nt a much higher price. Buy govern! palra at these tuivliij;*. , 123 W. THIRD ST. ,'A

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