WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 51,1956 Obituary Rev. R, F. Judson ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Jr., of Lincoln, Nehr.; a brother, G. W. Scott, Amariilo, Tex., and a grandchild. Frank Rnckmatt Word hns boon received of the death of the Rev. Russell F. Judson, former pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church, and former trustee of Shurtleff College. He died this week at a health institution in Paradise, Oilif., where he hnd bpen sprv- iiifj ns chnfiiuin. The Rev. Judson had been nt the institution five years. was pastor of Chrrry He Steot April, Baptist Church from 1938, until 1911, when hf was appointed director of promotion for Illinois Baptist Convention. While at Cherry SiiTft he celebrated the 25th anniversary of his ordination, on Jan. IS. 1939. In 1941 the Rev. Judson re- reived an honorary degree from Shurtleff College, at its IMth commencement. < Born in Fairfax, Mo., the religious educator was awarded «n A.B. degree at William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo., completed three years graduate work at the University of Chi- raijo, and received an M.A. de- Funeral services Frank Ruckman, 77, former river boat pilot and "ngineer, who died Tuesday at ]2:30 p.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital, will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel, by the Rev. William R. Kimbrough, pastor of Elm Street Presbyterian Chuivh. Interment will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may rail at | the- funeral chapel after 2 p.m t(Xiay ' ! EDWARDSVILLE — C. H. Deck- Mr. Ruckman, who resided , er , president of the Madison Coun- w.th a daughter, Mrs. Millie R. ty Tuberculosis Association, an- AT LONG LAST, THE KEY—Three members of St. Mary's grade school football squad, who \vore their football uniforms home Tuesday night — and back to school this morning—after finding themselves locked out of the locker room, pose with the team's first string quarterback, Mike Rasar, who had possession of the key, Rasar is at right. Others, from left, are Mike Leighty, Mike Tueth and John Moran- vSlle.—Staff Phofo. 50th Annual TB Christmas Hartford Club Seal Sale Begins Nov. 14 Women to Fete Frank Howard Funeral Services The body of Frank Howard was interred in St.. Joseph's Cemetery following rites at 9 a. m. today in St, Mary's Church. The Rev. Father August Sperl was celebrant of the | mass, and the Rev. Father James Suddes had the committal rites. Six sons served as pallbearers. They are Richard, Leroy, David, Fred, Carl and Earl Howard. ANNOUNCEMENTS II NOTICES WE BUY OLD GOLD-WATCH CRYSTALS FITTED WHILE YOU WAIT HARRINGTON JEWELRY EAST ALTON PICTURE fRAMINO - Choos* from samples BLANTV 4ftT SHOP 3025 Collet tlrst house emit of Shurtleff tern la court* 3-371.1. EMPLOYMENT «_gttUAtlOK» WTP.- FEMALE COLORED WOMAN want* houM- worlt by the week, 3-8489. WOMAN WANTS WOftK~Ph. 2-1313. LEO At NOTICES NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the fltst Monday in December, 1958, Is the Claim Date in the estate of MARVIN PETERSON, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the (mid estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 2+th day of October, 1B56. PAULINE BHUCE. Administratrix. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. RALPH T, SMITH, Attorney. Oct. 31. Nov. 7,14 COLOR FILM Developed and orinted PHOTO Am SHOP US N Wood River Avt Ph. 4-6923. Rent a Sewing Machine CENTRAL SEWING MACHINE Co. 14 W Broadway Phon* 2-S214 Scribnor on Oakwood road, previous to entering the hospital, 11 days HRO, had been in failing health for the past six years. He was born at West Alton, Mo., Jan. 30, 18T9. a son of the late Lemuel Thomas and Belle Ruckman. Stella Gi His wife, the i prececl- j ed him in death in 1W5. During his early life Mr. Ruckman worked with his father Km- in religious ediirntion and j n operating a Terry boat which plyed the river from West Alton, Mo., to Alton, and also had worked as a pilot and engineer on steamboats on the Mississippi, and for Blaske Lines, Inc. He also had worked on construction of Alton darn. P, D, in practical theology. He served as area director of emor- ppncy peace campaign in St. Louis, and for a brief time was finance officer at Shurtleff. He also was named moderator of the Alton Baptist Association, and elected presidents of Alton Baptist Council, and Alton Ministerial Association, during his notmced today that the opening j date for the 50th anntiai Tuberculosis Christmas Seal sale will be; Wednesday. Nov. 14, when seals j will.be mailed to residents in the : county. Money received from the ^als, Decker said, "is urgently needed" to continue the program of health education and to provide five chest X-ray service to the adult population of Madison County. The association president said that in on? 3G day period this year a total of 26.100 individuals received free X-rays and that 12 new, active cases of tuberculosis was found among those X-rayed. He reported that from the fiscal !-. i , . n ! Hospital Vets Ldwardsville HA * _ WM ,„ _ HARTFORD — Plans to entertain patients at Alton State Hospital on the second Tuesday afternoon in February were made by members of the Junior Women's Club at their October meeting Monday evening. j The meeting which was held j at the New Elementary School EDWARDSVILLE. — Rain or< was conducted by Mrs. Joe Parade Set For 8 P.M. shine, the annual Halloween costume parade sponsored by Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce gets under way at 8 p. Backensio in the absence of the president, Mrs. Ned Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Marlin Ferguson, club treasurer, announced that the m. today. j annual dues of S3 should be paid Cash awards and merchandise! to her on or before Nov. 1. gifts will be provided by local i After the meeting a Halloween merchants. 1 party was held and games were Albert H. Pauli, the chamber's' P )aved - Refreshments were serv- NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) tss. COUNTY OF MADISON j IN THE CITY COURT OF ALTON, ILLINOIS HELEN M. EATON. ) Plaintiff, ) Vs. ) HENRY K. EATON, I Defendant. > IN CHANCERY NO. 7212 The requisite affidavit for publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to you, HENRY K. EATON, that a suit has been filed i in the CITY COURT of ALTON. MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, BY THE plaintiff against you, for divorce and for other relief; that summons duly issued against you as provided by law, and which suit is still pending Now, therefore, unless you, HENRY K. EATON, file your answer to the complaint in said suit or otherwise mahe your appearance therein, in the said CITY COURT of ALTON. MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, held In the City Hall In the CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS on or before 26th day of November, 1956, default may be entered aguinst you at any time after that day, and a decree entered In accordance with the prayer of said complaint. FELIX T. BOSCHERT. Clerk of City Court of. Alton, Illinois. HAROLD O. GWILLIM, Attorney for Plaintiff. Oct. 24, 31. Nov. 7 YOUR LICENSE - Passport ohotois. PHO'lO AR1 SHOP 118 Wood River Aye., Wood River, STATE LICENSE SERVICF" Auto - Truck . Drivers - Chauffeur*. etc. • Complete Notary Se/vlce • EARL MANNS CITY SCALES OFFICE 1504 E. Broadway — - Alton . R ?j?^5 8 WANT R1DE~ fo~Mc~Donncll from _Godfrey _on_8-4:30 shift. Call 3-7509. WILL'HA'FL'R'ID'ERS" to'Riass'^'orks frnm So. Hnxana, Uoxnnn, East Alton, all shifts. Cull 4-30.'iI lifter 5. EDUCATIONAL ISA INSTRUCTIONS DIESEL IK going places. Come along! PrSpnre for this good pay trade now. We will personally Interview mechanically inclined men 18-55. Write for Free Book, "Earning Power In Diesel" and free sample lesson. Utilities Diesel Training. Bcix fiflO, c/o Telegraph. pastorate here, of the Illinois As a member Baptist State committee on mlipotis leadership training, he conceived the plan for such training in this area, and immediately set to work to organize sponsorship of Christian leadership training schools, which is an annual program among the Protestant churches in Alton. As a student in Kansas for eight years, at Gallatin and Kinc City, he saw erection of n new church tn the latter city under his pastorate. Following his ordination fn the Baptist Church at Clarksdale, Mo.. Jan. 18. 1914, he served in various rhurcne*. one of which was UK- First Baptist Church in Cedar Rapids for several years. The Rev. Judson was called to Cherry Street as successor of the Rev. Samuel M. MrKenney. B-ho was minister there for mor* than a quarter of a century. His sons. After retiring from river work, j - war ' beginning-April 1. 1S55 to j executive secretary, said Police ; ed b - v the hostesses Mrs. J. D. be operated a, garage at Hardin ! March 3l > 19r)6 the National Tu-j Chief Jack Hartung will be par-i Evans - Mrs - Dona'd Cummings, _ 1 t • » ._•_,- t _ . - _ n**r4^ T«*» Tl * . for 15 years and his last place of employment had been at Alton Slate Hospital where he berculosis Association announced! ade marshal and parade chair- that approximately 70.000 new cases of tuberculosis was discovered. worked as an attendant for 15 ! The fr ee chest X-ray sen-ice is a valuable test to determine whe- years. He was a member of Modem Woodman Lodge. Surviving in addition to his daughter, Mrs. Scribner, are an- oiher daughter, Mrs. Charles (Helen) Pilfer of Rosewood Heights, and a son, Lemuel Thomas Ruckman of Ottrwa. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. ther a person has TB and the local county association has been providing those X-rays since 19-47, he said. Money raised during the Christmas seal campaign is the only source of income for'the agency. Decker said. Seals will be available to individuals who do not re- George Alderman, Mesa, Ariz., i ceive them through the mail by contacting the association office in the Lux Theatre building in Ed- wardsvilln. and Mrs. Bessie Edwards. Alton: six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. James Kennedy and Mrs. Marlin Ferguson. Members in attendance were: over. Led by Hartung, the procession will begin at Second and College, go east on College to Main, south on Main to Vandalia and then west on Vandalia to the terminating point at the Butler Chevrolet Building. Costume judges will be Mrs. William Kovarik, Mrs. John Broderick and Mrs. Quinten Ei- . Joe Backensto. Mrs. J. Evans, Mrs. Donald Cummings, Mrs. Ma'.iin Ferguson, men are C. R. Brooks and Robert Simon. Window painting con- j ^ test winners, who were announc- j £ ed Monday, will also receive their awards after the parade is JIrs - Charles Spann, Mrs. Kelly Saragusa, Mrs. Harold Hard Jr. Mrs. Bob Waterman, Mrs. J. D. McBride and Mrs. Lester Varble. The next meeting will be the ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OF THANKS JAMES JOSEPH KELLY — We wish to express our sincere thanks ami appreciation to all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement Especially Rev, Francis Goi'- man, Jacoby Bros, funeral home, Jerseyille. American Legion Pott 462. pallbearers, those who sent cards, flowers and assisted In any and every way. MRS. MYRTLE KELLY, brother, father, mother and family. fourth Monday in November. Class Entertained HARTFORD - Mrs. Phillip Hendricks and Mrs. Eugene Porter, teachers of two of the primary Sunday School classes survivors include two Robert of Washington, pita!, one Edwardsville area resi- James (Budi Kennedy, 58. of: dent was admitted and Uvo pa- 2229 Wyckoff St., Alton, died a! hausen. There will be a dance j and Mrs.. Alonzo Oldham, teach- Hospital Notes in the Butler Building afier the ' ^ of the Junior Girls of the As- EDWARDSVILLE — One birth j parade ends, with music provid- semb) . v of God Church, entertain\vas recorded at St. Joseph's Hos-: ed by the King's Men Dance pd the "^ young people with a 2:30 p. m. Tuesday of an apparent heart attack as he was working on the foundation of a lionts were dismissed. Air. and Mrs. George Krb of Lee Drive are the parems of a eight pound eight ounce baby boy house at 181 S. Oak St., Cottage; born at 12:48 p.m. Tuesday. D. C., who is with the Navy Department, and Allen, in the research department of the Chi- rago Sun Times, find a brother in Paradise, Calif. Daniel A. Scott JERSEYV1LLK — Daniel Albert Scott, 85. a native of New York State, died Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at his home in Klsah. | Private funeral rites will be | conducted Thursday at 3:30 p. j m. at his late residence. j Surviving are his widow; P i daughter, Mrs. W. J. Hooper < •< I The Pirncipia College campus Llsah; a son, Daniel A. Scott Hills. With a companion, Fred Munson of Alton, Mr, Kennedy was working under the house, digging Admitted was Alvin T^iTi Taylor Av°. Dismissed were Emmeti Moore of 312 Wolf St.. and Mis. Carolvn Greenfield Youth as they lay on their stomachs, j Strader of 749 Voge Ave. According to Munson, Mr. Kennedy groaned and slumped. Mr, Kennedy was taken by ambulance to Alton Memorial Killed ill Crash Hospital where he was pronounc- j ed dead on arrival. ! COULTERVILLE, m. #—Jer- Munson said later that Mr. r >' Myron Largent, 18, of Green- Kennedy, after he returned at i v il' e - was killed today in an midday from Alton with his lunch a « to mishap on State Rt. 13, Band, Clifton Hill Air Beacon Put Out After 26 Years GODFREY — A beacon atop ihe bluff at Clifton Ten-ace which guided airplanes lor 26 years has been taken out of service. George A. Clements, of Florissant, St. Louis County, threw ALTON Main and Edwards Sis. JAMES W. (Bud) KENNEDY Fri 2:00 P. M. Main Street Methodist Church had complained of a pain in his chest. The two men were repairing the house which is in Ihe Eok- hanlt estate. Mr. Kennedy's widow, Elinore, is a sister of the late Fred Fx:khardt. Officials who investigated at the scene included Clyde Tisdel, police Musso, chief deputy sheriff of Madison County. East Alton Police were notified immediately and other area police were notified, Mr. Kennedy was born at Quincy, the son of the late Edsvard and Lillian Kennedy. His early childhood was spent at Grafton. He had resided in Alton and vicinity for the past 40 years. He was a machinist for Illinois Terminal Railroad for 33 years. He had been an active member of the East Alton Methodist Church and recently transferred his membership to the Main Street Church. Beside his widow, Mr, Kennedy is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Herbert (Dolores) Wiegand, Alton and Mrs. Paul (Cle- the switch which power this month. cut off the It was sig. FRANK RUCKMAN Services 2:00 P- M, Thursday at the Chapel, Rev. William Kimbrough officiating. Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery In state at the Chapel . wiener roast and social at South j Roxana Tuesday evening. | The social was held at the home i of Mrs. John Fearno, a member : 01 the local church. HalloHPPn Party HARTFORD - Janice Kay i Norton entertained friends at a Halloween party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Norton, E. Third St. Monday evening. During the evening games were played and prizes given to Peggy Mouser, Glen Jerman and Janet Guntrum. Serving the guests refreshments following the party were Mrs. John Norton, assisted by Mrs. Finis Brigman. Friends who attended the parry were: Lana Brown. Glen Jerman, Betty Dworzynski, Sandra Pogue, Glenda Doyle. Sharon CONNORS. THOMAS P. — We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbors and all who assisted in any way during the Illness and death ol our loved one, especially Warner Funeral Home, Father Charles Englum and Father Francis O'Hara, singers and organist, pallbearers, those who sent cards and flowers, and assisted Jn any way. Mrs. Nellie Connors and family. PERSONALS VIVIAN _ WHAT SAY WE GO SEE THE NEW 1957 DESOTO AND PLYMOUTH TONIGHT. THEY ARE ON DISPLAY AT HOBERTS MOTORS, INC., 200 W. FERGUSON AVE.. WOOD RIVER.— BILL. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Writt P O Bo* 197 Alton. Ul. or call 2-0333. PASTEL PORTRAITS—Full color, life size. Satisfaction guaranteed, $35. Call 2-3803. DIESEL HEAVY EQUIPMENT WE AHE SEEKING men In this area to train for Diesel and Heavy Eauipment. High Pny and future security are the benefits of a trained and qualified Diesel man. If you have mechanical aptitude, write to u? for free Informaton without obligation as to how you may become a part of this rapidly expanding in- duMry. TRACTOR TRAINING SERVICE, INC. W RI^ BOX 580 % Telegraph If you are NOT high school graduate, write for free information on ho* to get your diploma at home. No time wasted, no job Interference. Write for catalog, 5 Wayne School, Box 680, c/o Telegraph. ACCORDIAN Hawaiian or Spanish Guitar Instruction. Beginneri instruments loaned. Royal School of Music. 5-3342. 14 MUSIC. DANCING DRAMA A rRUE STORY - Your child can learn music easily and quickly the Sunny Shields Way ISA East Bdwy. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED MALE SALESMAN interested In selling automobiles or learning the car business. Must be willing to work. Downtown Motors, 9UO Belle St. CREDIT and Office Manager with accounting background. Thoroughly experienced in time payment field. Age 25 to 40. Excellent employment condi- Hons. Salary commensurate with ability. GIBSON FURNITURE 41 7 E. Broadway PLANT ENGINEER — Electrician, chemist, draftsman, accountant, journeyman, machinist, lathe-milling machine operator. Assistant manager trainee. Others Co S473 mo. American Employment, 205 Piasa. MAN WITH CAR to distribute Fuller Products. Willing to move afier training. Ph. 582-WX, Edwardsville. NATIONALLY ADVERTliED company has opening for man, 25-43 to service customers in Madison- County. Car and references. Start right man at S108 weekly. See Mr. Fred, Alton State Employment Office, Thursday, 11 a.m. to 12 noon. SALESMAN over 30 with ear7at once. Permanent year around. Large earnings. Complete field training. Write Mike Murray, Koosevelt Hotel. St. Louis, Mo. YOUNG MAN—25 - 45. Car. Reference. Established Sales route. $135 to $150 weekly. Write Box 660, care Telegraph. WILL CARE for children while parents work. By day or week. 2-4231 JACK AND JILL NURSERY Godfrey, will ear* for children while Barents work. 2-1B14. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GROCERY BUSINESS AND FIXTURES CLOSE TO ALTON, highway location, well established and doing a good business $7000 DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER LOCATION Large brick building, good condition, new roof, 2 truck drive-in doors, plnte glass front, at prckent In a well established plumbing business. Will sell hulldlng and business together or separately. Building Is Ideplly located for restaurant, any business, warehouse or recreational center. Call office for particulars. LIVE CHEAP GROCERY STORE and ell equipment. Immediate possession. Building includes 4 room living quarters; also good garage. Large lot. All for $8500 CLIFFORD B. McGAUGHEY Real Estate Agency Call Office Anytime. Wood River 4-0321 or Bethalto DUdley 4-6331 SERVICE STATION for lease. Independent, gond Ballonage. on busy highway, Rood opportunity for right Individual. Small cash de posit required. Write Box 710, c/o Telegraph. SERVICE STATION lor lease. Gulf Oil Corp. Good location In Wood River. Apply or call 2120 Locust, St Louis. Garfleld J-851B. TAVERN for safe. Good business. All modern equipment. Roy Reid, Bunker mil. Phone Juniper 5-4890. CONFECTIONERY for sale. Terms to the right party. Phone 5-3363. GOOD "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY in fast growing Milton Area, owner receiving stock at Inventory. Fixtures at giveaway price. Bulking lor rent or sell on contract. Has 6 rooms, all modern In living quarters. Building is equipped for niont any kind of business and Milton area is the place for it. For further information Inquire at BOO Milton Road. FRIENDLY TAVEHN for sal*. Hsrdln, HI. Phone 136. M. 84 INVESTMENTS — STOCKS S3200 FIRST DEED OF TRUST—6% interest. A-l. Quick sale for only $2500. Call 2-9795. PERSONAL SERVICE 30 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING ALTERATIONS — Repairs and mending. Experienced. 714'/i E. 5th. 2-3642. ALTERATIONS - Dressmaking-Coats rciined Diapes. 960 Lorena, Wood River. 4-G758. CUSTOM . MADE SLIP COVERS — Work guaranteed. Mr«. Hale. Phone 4-6908. Ill LAUNDERING WHITE LADY wants Ironings. Reat. omible prices. Phone 4-8480. IRONINGS WANTED— 1209 Union, upstairs. WASHINGS AND IRONINGS. Reasonable. Experienced. 245 Jennings Wood River. 4-5570. IRONINGS WANTED — By basket, reasonable. 1-day service. Phone 2-0743 or 2-9890. BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS SHARPENING SERVICE •— Wood River-East Alton tool and rental 167 N. Shamrock, East Alton, fh 4-1511. Service by Roy Jenkins. LANDERS DETECTIVE AGENCY Confidential investigations. All types, anywhere. Licensed and bonded. Call day or night. Granite ."ty, m. Ph. , Triangle 7-3530. i AIRLINE BOYS TO $300 Will train for airport management, air freight or city sales. '•. I. air- force accredited, high schood graduates only. For information CALL ALTON 2-75B3 SEWER TROUBLE Dial 4-8921 or 4-3181 JIM'S SEWER SERVICE 52 West Penning, Wood River Alton Area Also. 24-hour service. Work guaranteed. Sinit drains, toilet stools cleaned. In- j stallatlon of septic tanks & sewers, "SlcPHERSON TV. GUARANTEED SERVICE. ALL MAKES TV & RADIO. CAR RADIOS & APPLIANCES OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8 O'CLOCK. PH. 4-2247. COTTAGE HILLS. about two miles east of Coulter-! ni f icant because Clements was ville. | 'he man who turned the power _ State police said Largent, a I on when the ''Sht was put into I Jackson, Joyce Schnie'der"! studenl nt Southern Illinois Uni- i sen-ice in October, 1930. j da and Joann Porter, Denise He is an airway technician Blankenship, Mark Thomas Cald- versity at Carbondale, apparently lost control of his car on a curve. The vehicle left the road and struck a tree. Stores Stop Sign M. P. Bertier, grocer at Seventh street and Central avenue, found a stop sign had been pulled down at the store corner Tuesday evening. Fearing the pre-Halloween frolicking, he put with the Civil Aeronautics Authority and it has been one of his jobs to maintain the beacon. Electronics finally made the beacon unnecessary. It operated every night and was a welcome signpost for thousands of pilots. It was considered the primary ?"""? I beacon on the St, Louis-Chicago airway. It was this airline where it could be had, A. Lindbergh in the 1920's. ma) Lauck of Wood River; and Congregation one brother, Joseph and a sister, er, osep an a sster, m TT T» 01 Mae McManus, both of Alton. To Have Rummage Sale His body is at Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7:30 tonight. Funeral services will be at 2 p. m. Friday from the Main' Streev Methodist Church, with the Rev. Paul Brown officiating. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. GODFREY — A rummage sale will be held by the Rebecca Society of the Godfrey Congregational Church, Nov. 7. Event will be a« 517 Belle Street. Those donating rummage are asked to have it at the parish house by Monday evening. ! Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Forkeyville Named in Fisticuff Victim's Suit EDWARDSVILLE. --An Alton man filed a $10,000 dramshop suit in circuit court here late Tuesday over injuries allegedly received when set upon by a patron of Forkeyville Night Club, east of Alton, last Aug. 11. Plaintiff in the suit was James H. Sauerwein, who named as defendants Roy A. Mitchell and Reba B. Mitchell as joint owners of the tavern building and premises. In his complaint, Sauerwein alleged that a patron of the tavern. George Reithmaji,. had been sold or given intoxicants by Ray A. Mitchell or his em- ployes last Aug. 11, and about 3:30 a.m. Reitliman allegedly struck Sauerwein with his fists, inflicting a fracture of the nose, sprained right thumb and other injuries which caused a loss of earnings as a refinery worker. well, Janet Guntrum, Peggy and Susan Mouser, Donna Timpe, Karen and Kathy Martin and Kenny Brigman. Brownies Begin Project HARTFORD — The Brownies of Troop 106, Parol 2, started their project of making dolls for the Festival of Giving at their weekly meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of the leader, Mrs. James England. After the work session, the girls sang songs and were served refrehments by Mrs. England, assisted by Mrs, Dale Sclineider. Brownies who answered roll call were: Vickie Grigg, Pam Schnieder, Linda Bodei Glenda Doyle, Karen Shank, Gwen England, Cynthia Wroughton. Sherry Sproull, Virginia Miller and Starla Graver. Edwardsville Kiwanians Hear Ag Economist EDWARDSVILLE - Clifton Lut- treul. agricultural economist of the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis was guest speaker at the Tuesday evening dinner meeting of the Edwardsville Kiwanis Club at the Immanuel Methodist Church. Lultreul, gave various points on farming as farmers night was observed Tuesday evening with Truman May, Madison County farm advisor also present. President Vic Drexicilus presided at the meeting arid group sing, ing was held with Dolores Carter as pianist. ;ead Telegraph Wa^Ads iDally ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS! Newcomer Group 75 Lindenwood Drive East Alton, III. Phone 2-0880 t RUMMAGE & PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE — Given by Humboldt PTA at Humboldt School, 6th and Central, in basement, starting 9 a. m., Saturday morning. RUMMAGE^SAL&lFrTday, 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 4th and Alby. given by Janet Watson Auxiliary. AREA SALES TO $400 No experience needed. Will teach art of salesmen with $10,000 potential. CALL ALTON 2-7583 GUTTER SERVICE — CLEANING, coating and removal of leaves. Ph. 3-2416. WANTED — Young man for insid* sales work. Good salary plus commission. Must be neat and aggressive. Apply Greater Alton Employment Service, 205 West Third. SOCIETIES — LODGES I WOOD RIVEH LODGE — No. 10B2. Special meeting Wednesday, Oct 31, 6:3o o'clock. M. M. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. D. Fred Richardson, W. M. 10 LOSTj-8TEA YKD — STOLEN LOST—Froin Cottage Hills7~fcmale Siamese cat; answers to "Toy." 210 West McArthur Dr. Phone 4-3996. LOST—Gold bracelet. Phone 3-3264. LOST — Survey rod; Government property. If found contact T07 South 6th St.. St. Charles, Mo. FOUND — Child's pedal tractor. 2-3567. LOST — Black and white Cocker. Name "Pudgie"- on collar, Reward, 3-3429 after 4. LOST—Beagle hound, vicinity of west of North Alton city limits, Greenwood Meadows subdivision. Lut seen Saturday afternoon. Family pet. Reward to finder or information pertaining -o finding came. 3-3333. LOST —• Green and yellow parakeet near Silver Ridge Market. Named Pretty Boy. Leg band identification. No. M-557. Ph. 4-6332. $10 reward. II NOTICBft FATHER'S lounge chair a bit clingy? Clear) it with the new Blue Lustre. Young Dry Goods Co. CHRISTMAS CARDS for tale. 3-8347 - Ph. MAKE THE TEST-You'll like It best. Get Glaxo asphalt tile coating at _ NOTICE— French'sT'andy merly Venardos) row open Homemade candies 520 Belle 3-3840 RENTAL SERVICE Having a Ball or a "Brunch"T We have a complete line of entertaining • nerds: Punch BOW|K, Ladles & • Cups, all types and sizes of Glass, ware, Stemwar*. Chinaware, Chafing Dliheji, Coffeemskers. st«inle«» St*«l Tableware and other necessary Items Phone H-5S03 CROWN FIXTURE tc SUPPLY CO, inc. HAY RIDES — for your groups' next planned activity liav« a hay rido. 4-6526 GOOSE HUNTERS N8EDKD —"Have (arm leaked near Horseshoe Lake near Olive Branch, ill. Need a few more members. Cheap hunting entire year. Contact me Immediately JEWEL TEA CO., INC. has opening for route salesman in Alton area. Salary plus commission. Paid vacation, family hospitalization, compensation retirement Plan. Must be in good health, married, between age of 23 to 40. Salesmen in this area averaging $80- S110 per week. See G. B. GRIFFITH, Mineral Springs Hotel, 6 to B p. m.. Mon.. Tues.. Wed. FIRST CLASS experienced baker, able to take complete charge of bake shop. Good pay. Bill's Bakery and Market, 1819 Central, Alton. II HELP WANTED - FEMALE EXPERIENCED WAITRESS wanted. Skaggs Steak House. Phone 4-701 2 . WHITE WOMAN to do light house^ work, cook and be companion for older lady. Stay on premises. Write Box 730. care Telegraph. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for "welT educated lady. Immediate opening, Alton or vicinity. Car necessary. No canvassing or collecting. Write Box "670" care Telegraph. lOO'ERIENCED STE~NOGRAPrrKH~ clerk typist, comptometer operator. cook, waitnress, nurse* aide, laundry help. Sales. Others to $350. American Employment __ WAITRESS WANTED-Fu7l~or~'Sart- time work. Ray Reid's Tavern, Bunker Hill, Hi. SALESLADIES—Real Estate. Mu«t be abl« to work at least 6 hours per day. Thompson Real Estate. 5-U13. Office open till 9. WHITE LADY for housework, care of two school age children and one pre-school age, while parents work, $50 month, room and board. 3-3735, ! ! ! AIRLINE GIRLS ! ! $250 Raise To $300 Wanted by world wide airways lor ground passenger service, as re»er- vatlonist. airport and city ticket agents, etc. You work in smart uniforms and enjoy free flying, from top teens to 30 O. K Must be SINGLE WIDOWED, or DIVORCED. Training class forming (or November now. CALL AL7 JN 3-7383 IBM Keypunch »1rl. Can start to SS70. Off at 4:30. Another free BONDED job Hnndy lo Brown but Jine Call ALTON 2-7583. TYPlST~M60 Will teach graphic art work. Another bonded tree BONDED fob ol Brown but.line. Call ALTON 2-75D3. '•iv SALESMEN SALKSMAN-Real Estate. Full time. Thompson Real Estate. 5-1413. Office open till e. SITUATION MIDDLBAGBD FAMILY" MAN permanent employment. Long experience in Ijurm Wd dairy work. Reference*. Call fi-lSW. 3413 California, ii-2316. •|«J WANT8D — Baby •Uting in my home. Ajay «g«. Phone 4-1W8. BART & PHIL'S TREE SERVICE Removed, Topped or Trimmed. Reasonable rates. Fully insured. Phone 3-8100 or 4-6539. TONY'S TAILORING Suite made to order, Double breasted made into single breasted. Expert alteration work for men and women. 116 E. Seventh. Phone 2-161G. WALL AND FLOOR TILE expertly laid. Reasonable. Free estimates. Satisfaction assured- Call 4-3325. GUTTERING Spouting. Furnace Repairs. Free Estl_ m _ at 5 E - WHITE'S TIN SHOP. 2-1424. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES repaired. Reasonable. 3 Rosa street. Ph. 2-5338 ALTON AREA Sewer and Septic Tank Cleaning Service Call STAMP'S SEWER SERVICE 2-4420. 824 Henry Modern electric and vacuum equipment for cleaning clogged sewers and septic tank. Fully insured. TUCKPOINTING—Chlmneyj, porches, foundations, buildings, caulking, basements waterproofed. Guaranteed workmanship. Financed with nn down payment. Call Alton Waterproofing, 5-5622 for free estimate, insured union men. WATER WELLS DRILLED - Experienced service. Pumps Installed. Financing arranged. John E. Reynold!. Phone Alton 2-2016. SEWER TROUBLE Dial 4-8921 or 4-3181 JIM'S SEWER SERVICE S2 West Penning, Wood River Alton Area Also, 24-hour service, Work guaranteed. Sink drains^ toilet •tools cleaned In jitallation of septic tank* & sewert. SEWERS CLOGGED? CALL HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE; 2-9727 OR 4-0613. MODERN EQUIPMENT, 24. HOUR SERVICE. FULLY INSURED. WORK GUARANTEED, NO JOB TOO BUi OR TOO SMALL CAIJ LO MAC. 2-6487- Free landscape drawing! by experienced nurserymen. FtQOR SANDING and flnUMng Old and new. Call ft. C. and Floor Co. Refer to Telephone Directory 9-8813 FLAGSTONE Building rock (or walk. GillonwaUr, 3*8308, WEAVERS TREE SERVICE TOPPED (rimmed and removed Free estimate*. Cully Insured. Phono 4-0484. THEE SEH'ICI - Trew removed trimmed or topped- Cre* Mtinntei. Fireplace wood «nd klndllaf lor •ale. Light hauling. Pbeo* 9-081) or 3-8487 TAILORING iuitt mid* ta order OcuWt. br*»rt»d m*df into liorIt urtuMd. tnari •Iteration work (or men and women. 410 £«*! Soveotfl. fboM BUSINESS SERVICE »« BlUl.DINH — COXTRAOTmO FOB CONCRETE POBCWSS, small repair jobs. etc. FWS Wtl- mates Call 2-7821 V. BUCHANAN CONSTRUCTION CO. Cement work of all kinds. IYW Mil- mates. 4-isM C\LI. LO MAC—Hom« II contractor 2-6437 F>e* Mtlmet*. Three 5-gar* to p«y. CARPENTRY—(tanerM Repair! «f Ml kinds; «l«o norch enclonures, f*ino<l- ellns, oalntlnu. kitchen c8blfl«'.». storm windows »nd »cre«n». PLANNING SERVICE. No Job too KAMI. References, r. LtNKOOEL. 4-4878. CARPENTER REPAISS — R O (111, Oorches. remodeling, ildlng. p»tch plastering, painting. fr*e Mtimate. Phone 2-2HOJ CEMENT WORK-Of nil kinds. Union fork Free estimates. BOB WOOD. _V57W CONCRETETWORK - Of all kind*. Union -vorfc. Free estimate*. LINE- BAUGKR A SON 3-2!h)4 .11 OliCORATINO INTERIOR"* EXTERIOR decorating. PlaBterlnK. natch olastcrlnR, removing wallpappr. Free estimates.2-8664 PAPER "HANGIXG and oaTnTing. Save rnoncv. Call PAUL McGUIGGAN 3-B7ti4 or 2-5477 __ _ __ _ _ PAINTING OF" ALL KINDS— Exterior and Interior. 5-1814 °A V I LLE . G . ILLELANP INTERIOR nnd EXTERIOR decornt^" ing. Plastering, patch plastering, removing wallpaper. Free estimates. 2-0664. NEW"~Fi7ooRS" SANDED— Old noor* mnde like new. Experienced operet^ ors. Phone 4-3(576. FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN1SHING—For free estimates ahone EMIL WETSTEINT, 5-1934. GREY'S - Wall washing, painting. Interior or exterior. Free estimate No obligation. 1118 E 4th. 2-1)727. RAY^S^pTlNTING _ Interior »nd exterior. Plastering, patch plaster- Ing. roofing Phone 2-9727. INTERIOR fi EXTERIOR PAINTINO —Wallpaner cleaned, steamed. Fre« estimate. 2-0071 or 2-3141. rtAIHO — TV REPAIR ARCHER RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE — Evenings or weekends. Service on all makes. Dial 4-3457. 122 Bender, East Alton. TV - HOME~AUTb"^~RAblO. Fait dependable service. MURRAY TV. RADIO SERVICE East Delmar Road. Phone 2-7303 FIJRNITI'RE WORK HORNSEY REFINISHmG CO. — AH types furnltun repaired and refln- Ishcd. 3305 Ohio, 2-2737 S7 ItEATI.VO 4- PLUMBING MISERLY WITH FUEL BUT bENEROUS WITH COMFORT That best describes the G. E. Gag Furnace with the exclusive Pin- Polnt Heat Saver when Installed with the G. E. Air Wall Duct syutern. Let us show you In your home how the G. E. Heating System can best serve your comfort needs. Phone 2-B751 ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO. Godfrey Road Across from Ranch House "We Sell Comfort" REPAIRING — ROOFING CAKPENTER REPAIR WORK and patch plastering. Chimney repair work. Phone 2-5429. 4» STORAGE — MOVTNO H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE COUNTRY LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE 162B Wasliir.gton Ave. Dial 2-0653 PRES~BELCHER MOVERS 1018 ELLIOTT ST. LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE W? Sell Borreli and Cartons lor Packing Dial 3-7630 or 2-8240 RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS _ SLEEPING ROOM for working lady or girl: cooking privileges. 4-3603 after 3:30. SLEEP ING ROOM for gentleman.^ Private entrance. Milton area. S8.00 per week. Phone 3-8086, MODERN, clean— 2 sleeping rooms. Good location. Ph. 5-1871. 804 Henry. SLEEPING ROOM in rei'ined homil Phone 2-8227. 1700 State. EAST ALTON—Conveniently located. Nice clean room. Men only. 4-5798 or 4-8614. NICE LARGE sleepng room, twin ts.'ls. Private entrance. Near downtown. Gentleman preferred. 2-9473. UPPER ALTON—Sleeping rooms at 868 Washington. Clean. Refurnished. Fhone 2-235L SLEEpfNG ROOM — Private enT trance. Apply 401 Wood River Avenue, Wood River. WOOD RIVER—Sleeping room. Private entrance. Bath. One block downtown. 4-684f. FLEAJiANT ROOM—Half block from bus Prlvati entrai.te, 844 Oanforth. 5-02S2. « ROOM AND BOARD ROOM i~BOARD~for elderly peopleV In country. H. A. Voyles, Rt. 1, Dow. Phone Jerseyville 2941-W2. «3 HOt'SllKEEl'ING ROOMS ONE LARGE, clean completely furnished room, near Western and Alton City bus, near town. Private. One person. $7 weekly. 3-3239 or 2-1742. 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS 3 ROOMS, partly furnished, first floor. 645 E. Fifth. APARTMENT — Near Alby and Ninth Sts. Four rooms and bath. Oil heat. Adults only, $47.50. Dial 5-9026 or 3-8422. UNFURNISHED upstairs apt. — 3 large rooms with private bath and entrance, heat furnished. Near Roosevelt School. $00 month. 440 E. Sixth. Call 3-7338. FOUR ROOMS and bath upstairs, 435 East Eighth. Automatic fumac* and water heater. No utilities furnished. 3-7136. UNFURNISHED a!] modern 4 room apt. Private, downtown Alton, suitable for sleeping room, s-8633. ~~" Stove and refrigerator. Private entrance. Adults only. Call 3-7951 after 5. THREE-KOOM MODERN APT. -, Large rooms. Gas heat. All utilities furnished. Good Middletown location. $65. Dial 3-9797. 4 ROOMS AND BATH — All mod; ern. Heat, water, lights furnished,. Private entrance. Call after 4 o'clock 4-0180. Hartford. 111. MODERN GROUND FLOOR APT.-— Private entrance, bath, laundry. Near school bus. shopping. Automatic gas heat, water. f'M one mo. 3421 Gillhnm. 3 ROOM APT. — 143 Tenth ttfeet. Wood River. 4-5483, 4-7215. 4 ROOM unfurnished apt., Eut A1 T __-__ » KOXANA— 3 rooms and bath, unfurnished basement apt. /dultf. 4-8338, S ROOM unfurnished apt. Oa* hf«t, automatic water heatwr. BMcnwnt, 1110 McKlnley. Call 6 to 9 PJn. 3-6344. 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS — ClOM In. Light* and water tumlihed, 128 mo. Aclulta. »-9264. LARGE, modern basement apartment in new hom*t Utilities. 318 Mill St., B«. halfo. ••'.'• 3 LARGE HQOMS~N»wIy 'dccoritSST sun porch, utility room, »tool. •hav- er, lareie. tio montb. OU h«»t «nd automat.-; hot water <jv»tt«W«i 2-mo, • • * p •" UPPER ALTON ~ TRACTIVE AFJP.
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